Festival season is officially upon us and Glastonbury 2017 is just days away.What can essentially be described as the world’s muddiest fashion show will see hoards of celebrities, bloggers and style-conscious campers parade around Knebworth hoping to be papped by street style photographers. Of course, there’s a jam-packed line up to look forward to too, with Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, Radiohead and Foo Fighters set to take the stage.Whether you’re in the midst of packing, last-minute shopping, or looking for future festival inspiration, we’ve rounded up the fashion, beauty and tech buys you might have missed.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Festival guide 2017: The best wellness weekends the UK has to offerThe best 2017 London music festivals – without the campingThe world’s 10 most gruelling festivals
Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon‘s ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ outfits received a whopping 683 complaints during three episodes this season, with Amanda at the centre of an online debate about whether she was dressed like a “stripper”. Seriously guys, it’s 2017.Despite the uproar, Ofcom revealed yesterday that it won’t be investigating the show. While it recognised Amanda’s plunging gown at the semi-finals “had potential to offend some viewers during what is a family show,” it felt the programme was “appropriately scheduled” – starting at 7.30pm.The broadcast regulator also stated that Amanda’s outfit “would not have exceeded most viewers’ expectations”, as the presenter is known to be a fan of uber-glamorous gowns.We’re with Ofcom on this one – it’s not the dresses that are ‘inappropriate’, but people’s reaction. Because fashion is fun, and grown women starring on an evening TV show should be able to wear whatever the hell they want.So to celebrate Amanda and Alesha’s stunning ‘BGT’ style, we’ve rounded up their most complained-about looks from the show. Haters, eat your heart out.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Amanda Holden’s ‘stripper’ dress on BGT given the green light by OfcomAmanda Holden shamed for ‘dressing like a stripper’ at Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalLittle Mix slammed for ‘provocative’ outfits again
The words ‘Britain’ and ‘heatwave’ don’t often go together, but when they do the whole nation has a habit of going into meltdown – along with our Magnums.With temperatures set to soar to 34 degrees this week, the chances of experiencing swollen feet, swollen ankles and, well, swollen everything are high. But don’t panic.Swelling and puffiness of the skin in hot weather is incredibly common. Known as ‘heat oedema’, it’s caused by a build up of fluid in the body.Blood vessels near the surface of your skin automatically widen as temperatures rise, as a way of keeping your body cool. This increased blood flow can cause clear fluid from your lymph system to leak into the surrounding tissues, causing the swelling.Some people naturally have more leaky capillaries than others, and most people will find this leakiness tends to increase with age.While it’s perfectly normal to have some swelling in the heat, especially in your legs or feet at the end of a long day, a large amount of fluid build-up or swelling for no reason could be a symptom of an underlying health condition – so always check with your doctor.Visit the NHS website for more information, and scroll through the above slideshow for five ways to fit into your sandals again.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Why it’s normal to feel grumpy in the heatHeatwave essentials: 9 products you need to survive the sun11 things to do in London during a heatwave
As if we needed another reason to crack open the gin this summer, allergy experts reckon it could be the best alcohol for hay fever sufferers to drink.
Love rainbows so much you wish you could live inside one? An artist in California has done exactly that.Amina Mucciolo completely transformed her Los Angeles loft apartment into a unicorn paradise. Or, as she calls it, ‘Cloudland’.Mucciolo, who runs interior decor brand Studio Mucci, customised almost every single part of the 650-square-foot home; creating rainbow splatter walls, colourful cabinets and a floral wall mural.The 34-year-old lives in the stunning space with her husband Salvatore, who she says loves the technicolour decoration as much as her.Over 160,000 people follow Mucciolo on Instagram to get a glimpse into her rainbow life – which also includes rainbow food, rainbow hair, and rainbow clothing – and we can totally see why.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Unicorn hot chocolate is the next Insta-perfect beverage we have to tryThere is now a unicorn café and it’s magicalHidden rainbow hair is here and we are all obsessed
Taking selfies could cause epileptic seizure responses for some people, a new study has revealed. Doctors at Dalhousie University in Canada were conducting a routine assessment of epilepsy in young people when they discovered two sudden bursts of brain activity in one teenage girl. The activity happened at the exact moments the teenager took selfies on her smartphone, and were the type of brain responses doctors would expect to see during epileptic seizures.
“They were removed surgically when she was young due to a medical condition that made her nails go ingrown constantly,” tattooer Tim Beck wrote on Instagram. Beck revealed that he tattooed the first flower around four or five years ago, and that she came back at the start of June this year to get a matching one on her other toe.
If you don’t have an Instagram filled with perfectly posed bikini shots in uber-luxe locations, are you even a celebrity?The rise of sharing-all on social media seems to have fuelled a new obsession among famous folk: ‘Candid’ photos on off-duty days, with a lavish serving of designer swimwear.No supermodel, reality star, or Hollywood actress seems immune from the trend – whether they’re partying on a yacht in Cannes, enjoying the tropical surroundings post-photoshoot, or simply enjoying a much-deserved holiday.From Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell’s iconic 90s throwback snap, to 2017’s reigning queen of the bikini selfie Kim Kardashian, we’ve rounded up the 31 best celebrity swimwear photos to give you Instagram inspo this summer.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:What celebrities and models wear to the beachEmily Ratajkowski’s 17 best bikinis, in honour of her birthdayProof that women over the age of 50 look insanely good in swimwear