Comfort doesn't need to be costly.Originally Appeared on GQ
Here's what to expect with gatherings and activities over the colder months of the coronavirus pandemic.
WWD Beauty Inc asked four students their thoughts on quarantine beauty, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how brand values parlay into their spending habits.
We found one on Amazon for less than $50, with 1000+ five-star ratings. From Prevention
Because there's no worse feeling than ruining your shoes in bad weather.From Esquire
It's officially the season of self-care.
Send my apologies to your wallet.From Cosmopolitan
The beauty retailer is prioritizing its U.S. business.
Expect to see these shades all over Instagram.
Beauty = power for these Hispanic women.
This winter veggie is packed with nutrients, sweet as can be, and easy to cook with.From Country Living
We finally know its name.
A glow-up guide for thriving in your 40s, 50s, and 60s.
Prep for the season with a look back at our favorite calendars from last year.From Town & Country
The popular 21 Days of Beauty event may sadly be behind us now, but there's no way Ulta Beauty would just leave us hanging like that. To help prep your skin for fall, they've got a can't-miss Fall Haul savings event going on now through October 3rd. You can save up to 50% off a […]
While winter boots need to keep your feet toasty and dry, they don't need to cost a small fortune.
"Makeup is more of an act of self-expression, a creative outlet, making you feel good, an extension of self-esteem and who you are," said Juv's Juan José Amaya.
We're here to give you pumpkin to giggle about.From Country Living
It’s time to wake up. On Global Day of Climate Action, VICE Media Group is solely telling stories about our current climate crisis. Click here to meet young climate leaders from around the globe and learn how you can take action. In New Zealand, the quality of life is high, the health care is universal, and the best-selling beauty brands are environmentally conscious by default. The country's track record on climate change isn't perfect — research shows that precious few of its top 30 corporations report their contributions to or efforts to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions — but initiatives to change that are underway, beginning with the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Act announced in 2019. One look at Piha Beach or Aoraki/Mount Cook, and it's not hard to see why New Zealanders take such pride in its abundant natural resources — and want to keep it that way. "Protection of the environment and our native plants is high on our government’s agenda," says Elizabeth Barbalich, CEO and founder of cult-favorite skin-care brand Antipodes. "[New Zealand] is extremely lush, biodiverse, and rich in supply of exciting ingredients. We're therefore immersed in living and breathing a clean, green approach to nature and life." Finding inspiration in the North Island's rolling hills and the South Island's snow-capped mountains is easy. It's committing to sustainability in all aspects — like harnessing the beauty benefits of those natural resources without exploiting them, and using packaging that won't end up part of a different kind of mountain in a landfill — that's a challenge, especially with the very definition of "sustainability" as ill-defined as "clean" or "natural." Ahead, these five companies prove it's possible to build a beauty brand without contributing to the climate crisis. All it takes is a little innovation — and a lot less plastic. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Note: The author of this piece attended a press trip held by Snowberry in March 2020.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
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