Femail is definitely 'one for the girls' (or one for boys who want to know what to buy for their girls...). It's full of great fashion and beauty ideas plus fascinating columns and features from some of the best writers around:
Lorraine Candy, Editor-in Chief of Elle magazine is a working mum. Her weekly column - I Don't Know How I Do It' - reveals what life is really like with three kids and a high-powered job. As a counterpoint, writer William Leith gives us his 'View From Planet Bloke'.
Fashion maven Liz Jones gives as good as she gets in her Jones Moans column - you wouldn't want to be in her firing line! And Deborah Ross's Mail-O-Meter is a harsh but fair guide to what's hot and what's not. Plus 'Beauty Confidential' in which Elsa McAlonan and her team of experts answer readers' beauty questions and 'What You'd Look Like In...' which takes a current celebrity outfit and transplants it onto 'real' people.
All this, plus a host of real life stories that offer inspiration and advice, make Femail a must-read for our 2.5m female audience.
MyLife reports that 18% (over 900,000) of readers have bought something after seeing beauty advertising in the Daily Mail.
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