Get a step-by-step guide on how to recreate this season's hottest hair style, find out how to do a smoky eye, how to achieve long, voluminous lashes, how to get rid of dry, scaly legs, how to do a DIY pedicure like a pro, or get home hair colouring tips from the experts. No matter which hair or make-up style or beauty technique you need to master, you'll find the How-to here…


Racy lady

22 Oct 2008 18:25 PM | Posted by Editor

Whether you’re a fascinator fan, hat head or rocking clip chic, we’ve got the hairstyles for you …read on



How do I fake a fresh face?

28 Jul 2008 | Posted by Editor

Whatever the reason for the occasional sleepless night, it is possible to disguise tired eyes and look lively …read more



Runway to reality

23 Jun 2008 | Posted by bh'sLeanne

Discover how to take the coolest catwalk hairstyles and make them streetwise …here's the how-to



Hollywood hotties

16 Jun 2008 | Posted by bh'sLeanne

Hollywood glamour just ain’t what it used to be. So Bh has stepped back in time to gather inspiration from six of the most glamorous screen sirens …get the look



Sexy in the city

07 Jun 2008 | Posted by Editor

You've watched the entire series, rented the box set and seen the movie, so now it's time to get serious. See your way to a hot new SATC inspired hair do …get the how-to now!



Tissue + hairspray = zero flyaways

06 Jun 2008 | Posted by Editor

Hairdresser Barney Martin loves hairspray. Loves it. And he's certainlyno slouch when it comes to using his favourite product to achieve a sleek, shiny finish. His favourite styling secret: After blow-drying, spritz a little of your hairspray onto a foldedtissue and use it to smooth away frizz and flyaways. Martin swears itwill keep locks in check and static-free all day long. Easy!



Achieving a smoky eye: make it a cinch

15 Mar 2008 | Posted by bh'sLeanne

Professional make-up artist Cassandra Rae Ferguson explains that the first step to perfecting a smoky eye is choosing the right tools more



Finding the silver lining

04 Feb 2008 | Posted by Editor

Well, it appears that a grey, soaking weekend in Sydney is not the ideal time to try and book a spot in your favourite spa. Or, I guess, it's the very best – so you've got to beat every other girl in town to the punch. And this is a really speedy city.

Having left it a touch too last-second to sneak into any of my usual haunts, my suffering lower back was left literally aching for a massage on Saturday. So, being a silver lining kind of girl, I took it as a sign to skill up in the DIY department

Literal silver lining credit: M.A.C.



Jems of genius

24 Jan 2008 | Posted by Editor

Last week it was English aristoglam Jemma Kidd; this week, home-grown make-up queen Jemma Gawned. In Sydney on a speedy business trip, Melbourne's glossiest girl swung by yesterday to say hi to the Bh team. At last.  

We've been in touch for ages. Jemma's a longtime Bh member and I'm a slave to her lip and cheek tint (won't check the letterbox without it). And, of course, we've all seen her on tele. But, in beach-haired and gleamy-lipped person, she was a surprise

Image courtesy



How to camouflage facial scars

11 Jan 2008 | Posted by Editor

Q) I have acne scars all over my face and, no matter how much foundation and concealer I use, I can never cover them all up. What can I use/do to get better cover? – Sam, QLD

Make-up trainer Andrew Christie offers his scar-concealing expertise… read more