Medical innovators have developed a coating made of DNA that improves its ability to protect skin from harmful UV light the longer it’s exposed to the sun.
In this edition of #CopyThat, makeup artist Tedrick LaMar of the Butterfly Studio Salon gives Yahoo Talent Acquisition intern Denise Frutos the "Fetish" glow.
Kim Kardashian West's contouring kit sold out in hours during its initial release. These beauty vloggers put the hype to the test.
Christie Brinkley, 63, jetted to Florida for a three-show appearance on HSN and appeared live from 2 to 3 a.m., looking flawless in the process.
Watch two real-life sisters complete intimacy challenges, including giving each other compliments, staring into each other eyes and hugging for four minutes straight.
New research finds that healthy behaviors like not smoking, avoiding obesity, and keeping our alcohol intake within reason pay off bigtime.
A new study shows that people tend to look at the different parts of the body, depending on whether they're interested in romance or friendship.
While Miranda Kerr’s custom Dior gown was an awe-inspiring ode to her inspiration, Grace Kelly, her wedding day beauty was fit for a princess, too. Here, the supermodel shares the tricks behind her supernaturally rosy glow.
Ivanka Trump shared a photo of hot dogs and marshmallows on skewers, a traditional Filipino birthday dish, served at her daughter's sixth-birthday celebration.
Want that your-skin-but-better-glow? Watch this tutorial to see exactly how makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes re-creates Bella's no makeup-makeup look.
Selena Gomez's makeup artist Hung Vanngo reveals the beauty products he used for her no-makeup makeup look for the "Fetish" video.
Watch Kérastase consulting hairstylist Matt Fugate give Yahoo Style and Beauty news writer Kerry Justich a lesson on Khaleesi braids.
From a cleansing oil and toner combo to quality human-hair false eyelashes for under seven bucks, it's time you get real familiar with these game-changing beauty brands.
Gigi Hadid is just one of the celebs who have led us to think they’ve made a major cut when they actually had just donned a wig.
JFK was not as healthy as history made him out to be. John F. Kennedy’s image as the picture of boyish youth and health is one that endures even today, 54 years after he was gunned down. Now a new essay published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, from two neurosurgeons who review case notes written by doctors caring for the late president, delves more deeply into his back problems, exposing even more excruciating details.