Recently, we've seen tons of celebs all rocking long, glossy "mermaid" waves that somehow merge casual beach vibes with the spirit of the seventies. "2018 will be the year of texture," celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan tells us. "Expect to see a lot more fun looks with waves, curls, and natural hair this year!" And Hollywood's already gotten a head start.
As one fan shared, "Anything you do with your hair old, new or prehistoric you're just totally beautiful and forever will be."
The $5 contour stick that rivals Kim Kardashian's, the $9 foundation that'll cover just about anything — millions of makeup lovers flock to magazines, YouTube, Reddit, and the like in search of those few products that make a beauty shopping problem a little easier on the wallet. Maybelline, Nyx Cosmetics, and E.L.F., to name just a few, have seriously upped the ante on their formulas and color ranges, creating quality products that give their much pricier counterparts a run for their money.
An impressive résumé, unwavering dedication, and bold ideas are often required to earn your dream job, but there's more to thriving at your 9-5 than that. If an idyllic young professional's starter pack existed, we'd guess it would also include evening yoga classes (to manage stress), comfortable sneakers (to slip on while hauling ass to a meeting across town), and an extra-special self-care product (for a major confidence boost when needed). Milani Cosmetics has blessed us with the presence of a does-it-all palette deserving of the name Bold Obsessions.
"Most Expensivist“ host 2 Chainz was a wary guinea pig when he got a small tat using ink made from motorcycle exhaust. Doctors say he was right to be skeptical.
One person pointed out, "It cost how much per ounce to send something up in the shuttle and they prioritized makeup?" Another joked, "unthinkable to orbit the earth without lipstick."
Nobody's turning the globe's harsh winter weather into a trend quite like some Russian women who have been posting remarkable selfies.
A good cleanser that successfully washes the day away is good; a good cleanser that some of the hottest TV stars swear by for removing that notoriously heavy on-camera makeup after hours of filming is decidedly even better.According to E!, there's one skin care standby that Angie Wells and Patty Bunch, makeup department heads for Black-ish and Will & Grace respectively, vouch for to keep the casts' skin fresh and "removing all the makeup": iS Clinical Cleansing Complex ($42).You May Also Like: A Top Dermatologist Shares 5 Next-Level ...
News broke of Sephora and Peter Thomas Roth being sued after New York resident Rolando Grullon claimed a popular eye serum burned its way through his skin, creating a hole that has not healed.
Small and delicate tattoos are all the rage right now, and they're especially perfect for anyone looking to get some ink without getting too much attention. White tattoos are practically invisible, which is why it may come as a surprise to learn that a ton of It girls, like Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne, and Shay Mitchell, have them. Ahead, we've rounded up our favorite celebrity white tattoos (plus a few examples from those without a "k" or "m" next to their Instagram follower count) that'll make even the most body art-averse maybe, just maybe, start to change their tune...
The business claims it has lost 11 clients as a result of Amanda Coats's Facebook post — at a cost of $5,600 — and the tattooist has been subject to ridicule.
Prince William stepped out sporting a newly buzzed head at a royal engagement on Thursday and people have a whole lot of thoughts.
Mixologist and co-founder of Liquid Lab NYC Parker Boase breaks down his Midnight Detox cocktail, which uses activated charcoal, turmeric, and other healthy ingredients.
Around this time of year (read: the absolute dead of winter), you might surprise yourself by longing for the days of yore (read: any moment of last summer), when your T-zone was a straight-up oil slick.
A stylish maternity brand just launched a beauty collection to help moms get through all the weird body stuff that comes along…