Beauty Tips from Aussie Celebs

Beauty Tips from Aussie Celebs

Aussie celebs are among the most beautiful in the world, but you are not only born with beauty. You also have to look after yourself. Here are some tips from the most beautiful Aussie celebs:

Ruby Rose: A beauty product has to be gentle so it feels good on the skin. It also needs to inspire you a little. I do Bikram yoga and I don't drink alcohol or soft drink. I do, however, drink coffee, water, coconut water, green tea and peppermint tea.

Kylie Minogue: I'm pretty obsessive about sunblock and, at night, I use a really good moisturiser. I can't remember the last time I went to bed without doing my routine but I keep things pretty simple.

Margot Robbie: Queenslander Margot Robbie is a huge fan of Australian-made organic skin care products. She uses products for her face that include sea buckthorn oil and jojoba oil.

Asher Keddie: Asher Keddie's beauty secret is to eat whatever she wants in moderation. Her diet includes good red wine at dinner. However, she eats clean, unprocessed goods, drink plenty of water and gets her hands dirty on her farm in Victoria.

Nicole Kidman: I wear sunscreen, I don't smoke and I take care of myself, and I am proud to say that. Kidman also swims 30 minutes every day but she makes sure her fair skin is covered up.

Shanina Shaik: "If you want to apply foundation or cover-up, mix it with your moisturiser first — don't just use the foundation alone. I find it goes into your skin and gives it a more natural look, so you don't get what I call 'the mask.' Nobody wants that over-makeup look."

Natalie Roser: "My biggest beauty secret would be skin preparation. A good primer and moisturiser are so important and help me ensure that my makeup stays flawless all day.

Elyse Knowles: "Prepping the skin is very important . . . make all the red blood cells come to the surface by massaging the face whilst moisturising."

Kelly Gale: "Every time I wash my hair, I put it into two plaits and go to sleep like that. It makes my hair nice and wavy. I have a natural wave, but this makes it more controlled and less frizzy."

Jesinta Campbell: "The chop was the best thing I ever did. My hair is so easy to do! I can literally get out of the shower, let it dry naturally and then just flip it over to one side."

Lilla Conradsen: "My biggest beauty secret would have to be the salt water from the ocean. I tend to swim as much as possible, even throughout Winter."

Elouise Morris: "I love texturised hair as mine is super straight, I usually spritz sea salt spray or dry shampoo to give it body and that sexy beach hair look!"

Ashley Hart: "I have been travelling a lot . . . so being healthy and looking after myself is key. I meditate twice a day and always try to fit in a yoga class so I keep my beauty routine fairly simple. Cleansing and hydrating is super important."

Elyse Taylor: "Beauty means being natural and letting your personality come through."

Lucy Markovic: "Mixing nutmeg, honey and lemon juice together creates a fantastic DIY face mask. It smells amazing as well!"

Miranda Kerr: "In the Summer, I always carry my Kora Organics Citrus Energising Mist ($39.95) with me, that's really good for Summer. I'll put that in the refrigerator; I'll have one at home because it's so invigorating. It's not like a regular face mist, it's a really rejuvenating face mist which really helps balance the skin and rejuvenate the skin, it's got lots of antioxidants in there, it holds the moisture in the skin as well."

Wanderlust 108

Wanderlust 108

Wanderlust 108, the world's only mindful triathlon, is a field day for your mind, body and soul. Instead of a trophy, the prizes are a vibrant community, self-awareness and inner peace. Instead of a competition, it's all about the community.

The run is 5 kilometres long. You don't have to sweat it, just do it at your own pace. Either run, walk, prance or skip, stroll or strut, you can choose how you get there, as long as you make it to the finish line.

There couldn't be a wanderlust event without Yoga. If you like stretching, this is the place for you with 75 minutes of yoga flow underscored by a DJ. Whether it's your first or 500th time on your math, you can find your own beat. From Aerial to AcroYoga, you can reach new heights.

The festival also features a 30-minute guided meditation to clear your mind, relax your body and complete the mindful triathlon.

Also, during the event, you can relax in the Kula Market, which is jam packed with funky local crafts and delicious organic foods. You can also sign up for one bonus activity, such as AiReal yoga, acroyoga, hooping, slacklining, or tribal marking. Always make sure you sign up in advance since the bonus activities tend to fill up really quickly.

Tasty treats and local threads at the Kula Market which features locally made crafts, jewelry, yoga gear, snacks and a boochgarten - the kombucha biergarten. The Melbourne leg of this widespread, international event is held at the Catani Gardens, which is boarded by Jacka Boulevard, Beaconsfield Parade & Pier Road, St Kilda.

Starting at 8.30am the Wanderlust 108 festival runs all day until 4pm, and you can register as an individual for $40, or gather together a few of your friends, come up with a team name and register as a group.

You must try this triathlon as it is unlike any other. No competition and stress-free. It is not only good for your mind but it is also good for your body. You get to do a pre-run stretch. It is great to feel part of a community as it is a peaceful and friendly race.

The event is not only good for your mind and body but it is also environmentally responsible as it encourages people to recycle. You can find zero waste compost and recycling stations throughout Wanderlust 108.

Some Wanderlust 108 events feature live performances. Depending on the area, you might find some bands entertaining the crowd with tunes that will make you want to dance. And there is music all day long, there might even be a DJ around.

There are also fascinating yard activities - Acroyoga, slacklining, retro yard games and other activities.

There is a mindful market featuring clean and organic bites.

You can enjoy yoga all day. From pre-race to sunset, you get to take various yoga styles from world renowned instructors. more info on

Rose Byrne welcomes newborn

Rose Byrne welcomes newborn

The Sydney-born actress, who welcomed baby Rocco with partner Bobby Cannavale recently, stepped out at a screening of her latest film the Meddler.

I feel just sleep-deprived, and still in the tunnel, Byrne, 36, revealed of her foray into motherhood. It's has been a challenge, the first three months. It's intense. My brain's really fried.

Her husband Cannavale broke the news of the birth of his son on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert confirming Byrne had popped on February 1. Cannavale didn't give out many details except for that the baby was beautiful and was named Rocco.

I had a baby on Monday, yes, the Vinyl star said. You know, I didn't do anything. We (men) don't do anything and I'm so tired. I think I've gained 28 pounds (12kg) since Monday.

I mean, I'm not kidding you. Like, this jacket fit so well, like, last Thursday. But I've been eating so much.

Rocco is Rose's first-born but Bobby has a 20-year-old son named Jake from ex-wife Jenny Lumet.

The doting duo have been dating since 2012, and have since worked together in the 2014's Annie and Adult Beginners as well as 2015's Spy.

The Meddler is a comedy-drama that tells the story of an ageing mother who moves to Los Angeles to be closer to her daughter. There she sparks a relationship with a police officer. Susan Sarandon, J.K. Simmons and Jerrod Carmichael also feature on the film.

Kylie Minogue hairstyle

Kylie Minogue hairstyle

Kylie Minogue travelled 30 years back in time and looked like she had stepped straight out of the 80s when hit the town of London wearing her spiral perm. The 47-year-old superstar appeared with her spiral perm during an outing with her fiance Joshua Sasse, 28. Her hairstyle gave fans a flashback of the perm she sported during her time playing Charlene on Neighbours back in the 80s. Photo is from Queens bday in 2018.

Kylie stepped out with Sasse for dinner at the Wolseley restaurant after performing at a wedding in London.

The pop star wore her bleach blonde hair in tight curls and looked as if she has barely aged a day since she was wearing the same hairstyle 30 years ago.

Along with her wild hair, she wore a chic black top and trousers, as well as a pair of high-heels.

Back in the 80s, Kylie's curly hair became her trademark after she launched her career in Neighbours and then set out to take the world of pop music by storm.

For fans worldwide, it looks like she might have revived her initial look, but the makeover might go unnoticed on her young lover, Sasse, who was born the same month Kylie released her first single, I Should Be So Lucky, in December 1987.

During the romantic dinner, people could spot the sparkling engagement ring which she accepted from Joshua earlier this year.

Kylie met the young actor while filming TV show Galavant in September, and she confirmed the romance two months later.

They announced their engagement in February when they confirmed the nuptials in a newspaper announcement.

The statement read: The engagement is announced between Joshua, son of the late Dominic Sasse and of Mary Heale (nee Macauley), of Herefordshire, and Kylie, eldest daughter of Ronald and Carol Minogue, of Melbourne, Australia.

The singer has previously shrugged off the nearly two decades gap between the couple, telling a radio station in her native Australia: I think the general consensus is, we kind of look right together. So even though on paper it might not look right, it just is right. He is an absolutely brilliant, brilliant guy. And even if I try and act cool and natural, it's written all over my face that I am very happy.

She has also been particularly effusive about the happiness she has found with Sasse, confessing that she had a love in my life, which is just a beautiful thing, and even letting drop that she might want to start a family. If that were to happen that would be incredible.