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Being pregnant does not have to mean you are a fashion mishap. Dressing your bump is fun! We put together a must-have list of essentials for your pregnancy wardrobe.
Having just recovered from childbirth, you now notice that your hair is falling out in big clumps! Don't panic! It's perfectly normal to experience some hair loss during the postpartum period. Find out how to cope with it.
Looking create a fashionable maternity wardrobe? Maternity Exchange has been catering to pregnant mums since 2005 and is the one-stop-shop for all your fashion-related pregnancy needs...
Shopping for clothes when pregnant is easy with our guide to the best maternity stores in Singapore. Stay fashionable ladies and feel good inside and out!
Hair rebonding is a popular beauty choice for many of us for its sleeky shiny results. Is it safe to do while you are pregnant?
We've compiled a list of 10 easy hairstyles for pregnancy, without the tongs and curlers and hairspray. Simple and sassy hair styles for your pregnancy.
Celebrities are using a little help to get that body back after giving birth. We look at the latest craze to hit Hollywood, which promises to banish that cellulite and wave bye-bye to wrinkles.
Many beauty treatments are packed with chemicals that can be potentially harmful to your unborn baby. You might need to make a few adjustments to your beauty during pregnancy routine. Here are some quick tips.
When you are pregnant, you'll be more concerned about exposing your baby to toxic ingredients. Most beauty products and cosmetics contain such ingredients. These include hair treatments like a perm. Although you may be tempted to get nice curls, a perm during pregnancy may not be a good idea.
Preggie-friendly footwear will go a long way to ease some of your aches and can even smooth out your posture. And contrary to popular belief, maternity shoes need not be boring or dull-looking. Podiatrists generally advise against wearing heels high enough to induce nose bleeds, even during your first trimester before your body goes through most of its changes.