BEAUTY CLINIC: Adaptive make-up for summer skin

BEAUTY CLINIC: Adaptive make-up for summer skin By Jo Fairley and Sarah Stacey for the Daily Mail Published: 00:01 GMT, 24 March 2019 | Updated: 10:42 GMT, 28 March 2019 Jo and Sarah answer real questions from readers: to put your query, go to beautybible.com Q I’m trying to find a tinted moisturiser for summer … Read more

The UK Heritage Awards reveals Britain’s finest historic houses, hotels, gardens and museum

From the best family day out to the most wonderful places to stay, the UK Heritage Awards 2019 has honoured Britain’s finest heritage experiences. This year’s UK Heritage Awards winners are crowned across 12 categories, which also include hidden gems, best festival, best wedding venue and outstanding customer service. The gongs have been allocated by … Read more

Universal Studios reveals details of new attraction Jurassic World – The Ride

Universal Studios reveals that brand new Jurassic World ride will feature animatronic dinosaurs and a thrilling 84ft ‘waterfall’ drop to ‘escape’ a huge Tyrannosaurus Rex The Hollywood park is replacing the original 22-year-old Jurassic Park attraction  The new ride will open in the summer and be called Jurassic World – The Ride Guests will ride the … Read more

Japan, Singapore and South Korea have the joint most powerful passports in the world

Japan is now sharing the accolade of the world’s most powerful passport with Singapore and South Korea, a new global ranking has revealed. The Singaporean and South Korean passports have moved up the list from joint second. Citizens of these countries can visit 189 countries around the world visa-free – the same as Japan.  In second … Read more

Stunning photos reveal America’s incredible contrasting landscapes

America – it’s time for your close up. And it has to be said, you’re looking particularly dramatic, charming, epic and beautiful. These images, put together by MailOnline Travel, show the jaw-dropping diversity of the country. There are hot springs, bewitching oaks, rugged islands, cobbled streets and picturesque train journeys. We’ve included pictures of the … Read more

Stay in Bologna for under £100 a night

There’s something addictive about Bologna, with its long porticoed streets, sun-baked squares, cavernous churches and labyrinthine lanes dotted with bars and cafes.  It is home to the western world’s oldest university (dating from the 11th century) and there are tremendous towers that make the mind boggle.  The capital of the Emilia-Romagna region retains a delightfully … Read more