‘I always keep a pair of Ray-Bans handy. And sometimes I put a little gold eye shadow in the inner corners of my eyes – it’s more subtle than white, but it still makes you look more awake.’
Kate first stole our hearts as Penny Lane in Almost Famous, made us crack up as advice columnist Andie Anderson in How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days and made us kinda like control freak Liv Lerner in Bride Wars.
At the young age of 30, Jessie has more than a few labels under her belt: wife to footballer Eric Decker, mother of two, singer, fashion designer, TV personality and beauty guru.
Hilarious, talented and drop-dead gorgeous, Sarah is TV’s sitcom sweetheart. Her down-to-earth attitude is obvious with her honest outlook on dealing with Hollywood’s impossibly high beauty standards: “I wish I was taller or curvier, but I’m happy with the way I look.”
The history of sushi began with paddy fields in Asia, where fish was fermented with salt and rice, after which the rice was discarded. The dish is today known as narezushi, and was introduced to Japan around the Yayoi period. In the Muromachi period, people began to eat the rice as well as the fish.
Exotic looks? Check. Killer body? Check. Down-to-earth personality? Check. Victoria’s Secret Angel Shanina Shaik checks every box. She exudes effortless elegance and there are a few beauty tips we want to steal from the luxurious lingerie modelling brunette. Like how she keeps her complexion so dewy, glowy and natural. And how she beats the occasional pimple.
Ingredients 4 Slices of bread 8 Teaspoons of cottage cheese (or butter or hummus) 6 Teaspoons of finely grated carrot 6 Teaspoons of finely shredded purple cabbage 8 Cucumber sticks Method Roll each piece of bread very flat with a rolling pin, and spread with cottage cheese (or butter or hummus). Top one end of […]
A dish fit for a king! Succulent, jumbo sized prawns are left to marinate in a delicate blend of the finest and freshest herbs, spices and natural yoghurt
The princess of pop is known for her killer curves, yet still manages to keep a down-to-earth attitude about body types.
Butternut purée with whole grain linguine