“I gravitate toward companies that make me feel good about what’s on my face.”
Protecting your skin from UV rays is an important step in any skin-care routine all year long, but in the summer months - when sitting in the sun for hours at a time isn't out of the norm - it's vital to apply (and reapply) your sunscreen - especially on tattooed skin. Without proper protection, the sun can dull a tattoo's colors and cause it to fade much quicker over time, effectively ruining the tat you likely spent a pretty penny on. To ensure that your tattoo is protected from the sun, all you need is a safe lotion or spray sunscreen that, spoiler alert, you can use on the rest of your body.
Extend the life of these summertime essentials with our laundering tips.
These bags all weigh under two pounds, which is important when you're carrying it on your shoulder.
It feels like I'm wearing nothing at all.
As much as we want the breezy connotations of a beach trip to ring true, in reality, the whole excursion is a production. Whether you're taking a summer day-trip from city to coast or partaking in a weekend Airbnb situation, these seasonal affairs can go from chic straw hats and soft Turkish towels to forgotten sunscreen and third-degree burns real quick. Plus, with social distancing rules imposing responsibility on these usually carefree months, it's even more essential to be as prepared as pos
TikTok has found an interesting use for all those extra bag clips laying around. The "Chip clip" TikTok trend has people slapping bag clips on anything they can't finish. Traditionally bag clips are used to reseal bags of chips or other unfinished pantry items to maintain freshness. TikTok has taken things to the next level by using the bag clip to symbolize any so-called incompleted task. On May 28, the TikTok user @1finn7 started the trend with one hilariously random video. "Who TF (the f***) can't finish a Starbust?" @1finn7 said in a video caption. Then the camera panned to a single red Starburst with a giant black bag clip on it. Since then other TiKTokers have turned the video into a meme by placing bag clips where they don't usually belong. "Who TF can't finish petting a dog?" @mattqew asked as he shook his head in disbelief. Then he cut to a shot of his dog with a bag clip on its head. The hilarious meme racked up over 5.7 million views on TikTok
These bags are a travel must-have.
From fringed umbrellas to wicker baskets, 18 fabulous essentials to complement that fabulous outfit.
Shannon Purser, known for her roles on "Stranger Things" and "Riverdale," goes shopping at What Goes Around Comes Around in Beverly Hills and walks away with designer bags for herself — and her mom!
The Australian brand sells more than 100 pieces of apparel, accessories and sunscreens to battle against skin cancer.
Before you plan your next trip, get inspired to watch the tide come in at these stunning beaches. According to a survey by PredictHQ, 75% of respondents say they plan to travel in the next 3-6 months. After a slow summer of 2020, beach towns along the coasts are looking to welcome visitors back this year. Don’t forget to stock up on your summer essentials, this list of beach chairs, beach umbrellas and beach bags are a great place to start.
Backpacks and lunch boxes are back in season!
The Coach Tabby Crossbody was deemed the "bag of the year," and this version is practically made for summer.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson is sharing an important reminder about skin health after getting "a bit of skin cancer" removed from his neck.
Gov. David Ige says that when 60% of Hawaii residents have their shots, vaccinated mainlanders won't need a test.
Nestled between the historic Pitons in St. Lucia, Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort, is a pristine escape in the tropics.
Enjoy the musical escape.
Countless celebrities have come forward to encourage their followers to get the COVID-19 vaccine. An expert weighs in on the benefits and risks of putting nonexperts at the forefront.
Simone Biles just cannot be stopped! On Wednesday, the 24-year-old Olympic athlete shared a picture of her new Health magazine cover where she gracefully leaped into the air while wearing a orange crop tank and black biker shorts from clothing brand Athleta, with a colorful top draping from her arms.