I'm usually first in line to try a trend. I am addicted to at-home peels, have made contouring a permanent step in my makeup routine, and even own more than one blue lipstick.
"A touch of highlighter gives you such natural radiance, you hardly need any other makeup," says Mally Roncal. "Once women try it, they never want to go without it." Her technique is beyond easy and supersubtle. From Redbook
No matter how much you love summer, mosquito bites are annoying to deal with. We turned to a top dermatologist to find out what you can do in your skincare routine to help minimize itchiness and swelling from bites.
From sticking to a strict skincare routine to taking an oral contraceptive, here are ways that could help put an end to your hormonal breakouts around your period.
In the U.S. skin care industry, the "brightening" category is a major one. It seems like everyone has a desire to get rid of dullness and discoloration, and as a result, there's been a huge boost in these products on the market. Everything from serums and creams to supplements and laser treatments are touted as "skin brighteners," but in other parts of the world, particularly Asia, there's even more. In regard to Asian beauty trends, we're familiar with the 10-step skin ...
Brow experts swear by brow exfoliation for helping prevent ingrown hairs, promoting hair growth, and creating a smooth canvas for brow products.
From ancient Ayurvedic practices traced back to the beginning of recorded history to a starring role in Le Labo’s cult-favorite, cool girl-approved Santal 33 perfume today, sandalwood has been trending for roughly 6,000 years. Prized both for its warm, distinctive fragrance and healing benefits, the oil from the aromatic wood has made countless appearances in both storied beauty rituals and modern skin-care formulas — and for good reason. “Sandalwood oil has significant anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties,” explains dermatologist Francesca Fusco, MD, of Wexler Dermatology.
This latest viral extraction video, which was recently shared by Allure, features two sizeable blackheads being removed from the inside of someone's ear. Assuming our initial reaction is the same: yes, you can get blackheads in your ear! The video was posted on a pimple popping subreddit by TychaBrahe.
This morning, Lace Morris (former Season 20 contestant on The Bachelor as well as Bachelor in Paradise) posted a makeup-free Instagram shot with a surprisingly raw caption that expressed how crippling the bumps were to her self esteem.
Whether you realize it or not, your 40s are the tipping point for change. Similar to when you were in your teens, your entire body—especially your skin—goes through a transformation during this decade. First, cell turnover sneakily starts to slow down, then fine lines etch themselves into your face, and finally your body just feels different once you turn 40. So, we tapped a top plastic surgeon for a preview of the major changes your skin will experience in your fourth decade so you'll be thoroughly ...
Psst, this is the dermatologist-approved secret to Victoria Beckham’s unblemished skin! Posh Spice hit the jackpot with her career success, unbearably gorgeous family, and flawless frame. “I see a dermatologist in LA, called Dr. Harold Lancer, who is incredible.
Makeup drops, as in the liquid that comes in droppers and is meant to be mixed with your existing products, have taken many forms lately, from foundation to highlighter to primer. When summer hit, I found myself itching for an SPF version of my beloved CoverFX Highlighter Drops and it just so happens that I found two — Dermalogica Solar Defense Booster and Dr. Barbara Sturm Sun Drops — both of which are ideal for both the lazy and diligent alike. "In order for the booster to be effective, you must use enough of it," says Joshua Zeichner, MD, Director of Cosmetic and Clinical Research at The Mount Sinai Hospital.