At-home gatherings involving clients sloshed on booze and needles? They're around if you know where to look.
The age-old saying 'Black don't crack' feels less relevant to a new generation embracing cosmetic procedures.
A public health campaign won't cut it – we need laws to regulate rogue practitioners.
We spoke to the people getting botox in their twenties and thirties to ward off the threat of future wrinkles.
“The younger generation understands what you see online is not real. But they’re more willing to look not-real because that’s what they’ve grown up with.”
With Instagram advertising and little to no regulation in the UK, teens and young people are taking a big risk putting their face under the needle.
Few women in Baghdad are without a freshly tattooed pair of thick old brows.
Hanging out with a Kim Kardashian lookalike, the “Butt King of New York”, a tequila-selling Mafia wife and the girl who got kicked off Jersey Shore for being too unstable.