Need a fresh idea to refresh your Summer look? Check out all the incredible hairstyles you'll be able to bust out. From beach waves and braids to pixie cuts, there isn't a warm-weather style we don't like. So we've rounded up the best hair trends of the Summer for you to feast your eyes on. Nab some serious inspiration when you click on.
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- Asymmetry: If one half of the mole does not match the other half, then it's asymmetrical and should be checked.
- Border: Look at the border of your mole. Is it ragged, blurred, or irregular? If yes, then go in for a checkup.
- Color: Healthy moles are one consistent color. But moles that have different colors or varying shades of tan, brown, black, blue, white, or red can be dangerous.
- Diameter: Pull out your ruler. If your mole is larger than 6 mm, then make an appointment with your doctor.
- Elevation: Moles that are raised above the skin can be a sign of melanoma and should be checked.
Now, don't be nervous; not all moles that display these signs are linked to melanoma. But it's always a good idea to be safe rather than sorry, as skin cancer is usually fairly easy to treat and cure if it's caught early. Always keep an eye on irregular moles, and if you see a new mole appear, then go in for a check as soon as you can. Not sure where to get screened? Visit the Cancer Council's website to find a free screening centre near you. So heed Hugh's advice, and don't put off that visit to the dermatologist any longer . . . or skimp on the sunscreen.
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What you think is a major breakout could actually be diagnosed as rosacea, a skin condition that affects one in 20 Australians. If you have fair skin, experience a flushed complexion, dry eyes, and feel like you may deal with nodular acne, chances are you've got a case of rosacea. Rosacea flare-ups can happen at any given time, but are exacerbated by hot weather, strenuous workouts, red wine, and spicy foods — things we regularly partake in during the Summer. We break down what to avoid in your beauty routine, along with ways to cover it up without making it worse.
From bright lips and braids to glowing skin and waves, warmer month beauty is always fun and exciting. We've rounded up 50 of our favourite celebrity looks from the season. And because Sring has just arrived, there's plenty of time left to steal these inspiring looks.
Ooh, Summer is so close we can almost feel it! We were thrown into a balmy state of mind this week, with the release of many pretty new pieces that are going to make long days on the sand even better. From the perfect beach-to-bar clutch (not to mention the jewellery) by Megan Park, to Jennifer Hawkins' new tanning range, and a new sunscreen with SPF 50, we've never been more prepped for a heatwave. Off the beach and onto the red carpet, our celebrity and entertainment editor Jess threw a few questions Matt Damon's way — he was in Sydney to promote his new thriller, Elysium — and we can confirm that he is just as charming and handsome as you'd hope. On the fitness front? Steph and Alison did the City2Surf, and there was even a bit of yoga under the sea. What? Read on to find out. . .