It’s what every woman wants. But for many, a glamorous A­-list look is just a dream. Of course, we want skin like Jennifer Aniston, or Anne Hathaway’s glossy mane, but few of us have a fortune to splash out on plush health farm weekends, expensive hair salons and luxurious facials. However, all is not lost.Here’s a list of invaluable beauty tips that will bring you from drab to fab in minutes…

Double Duty: For a polished, tonal lip and cheek, dab excess lipstick with your index finger (not a tissue) and blend over your cheeks

Peach Baby: Switch pinky blush for a peach tone and apply to the apples of your cheeks for a youthful glow

Get Lippy: For a plumper top lip without using filler, blend an illuminator along the curve of your cupid’s bow

Blitz Those Zits: Cameron Diaz has had llher fair share of bad skin days, but is said to be a devotee of natural remedies to aid her lifelong battle against spots. The star uses powdered milk, as a gentle but effective exfoliant on her acne­-prone skin.

DIY: To make your own natural face mask use two egg yolks, a cup of olive oil and a large banana.

For Glowing Skin: Drink water -­ lots of it. It helps to flush out toxins and also keeps you hydrated. Spruce it up with lemon or ginger if you don’t like drinking plain water.

Perfect Fingernails: Julia Roberts soaks her fingernails in olive oil for a few minutes once a week. Olive oil moisturises your nails without making them weak. It will also soften your cuticles and helps to prevent hangnails.

Set Your Style: When using any heated hair tool, remember when the hair is hot it is moldable and when it’s cold it fixes in place,­ so when you’ve achieved your perfect look, blast cold air onto the root area in circular motion, to secure your style and add impressive volume.

Healthy locks: To tame flyaway hair, rub your usual hand cream on the palms of your hands and lightly smooth over your hair. Alternatively, take a Bounce laundry sheet and smooth over your hair to prevent static.

Use Concealer Sparingly: Dab it on with your finger (never rub) and avoid the temptation to keep adding to it, or you’ll simply turn a small spot into a mountain of concealer.

Go Easy On the Blush: Red cheeks can look healthy and defined or, at worst, drag queen-like. To get them right, dip in the brush, blow off excess powder and then sweep across the cheekbones, moving upwards.