A complete routine will help protect skin before and during the season, writes Gary Kwok.
Vibrant blossoms and precious wood are used to evoke a range of emotions, writes Karen Fong.
Sarah Rotheram takes English fragrance house Penhaligon's on a global journey, writes Tama Lung.
Sizzling nighttime looks from M.A.C, Shiseido and Dior
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Diamonds, rubies, sapphires and more sparkling gems match with vivid make-up for a range of colourful looks.
Host of new eye shadow palettes available as summer gives way to autumn, writes Tama Lung.
Model boss is adamant that if you feel good, it follows that you will also look good.
All-day coverage can be smooth and light rather than thick and cakey, writes Karen Fong.
We turn to Hong Kong’s top spas and skincare brands in hopes of restoring our inner glow.
The future looks bright with the latest must-haves in skincare and make-up, writes Tama Lung.
French skincare brand Caudalie is putting down roots in Hong Kong, opening its first standalone store next month on Central's Gough Street.
Multipronged approach is key to achieving a radiant look, writes Karen Pittar.
Companies support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with the release of limited-edition products.
Hair removal is not the most glamorous - or relaxing - of grooming services, but a new salon may actually change all that. Lavar specialises in waxing (with premium hard and soft waxes to suit...
The latest looks are not for shrinking violets. Get ready to face autumn with high-impact eyes and lips.
Make-up artist keeps things fresh at cover shoot by opting for bold and bright colours.
A drop in humidity calls for a gentle cleanser.
Waking up to great skin with overnight masks.
Put down the pencils and sticks, it's all about crayons.
Metallic accents, wine-stained pouts and creative eye shadow are the season's top make-up trends, writes Tama Lung.
Determined daughter maintains spirit of her mother's sought-after brand, writes Kate O'Brien.
Roses take centre stage with more intense perfumes inspired by past and present, writes Tama Lung.