This season, the beauty department is anything but lacking when it comes to these small wonders, and we've rounded up the best of the best.
You won't want to miss out on the markdowns of several best-selling brands, including Too Faced, Stila and bareMinerals.
Dermatologists and cosmetic chemists weigh in on the issue — and how to detect the ingredient in your products.
Not only will you be inspired to ditch your blowout routine, but you'll also feel the immediate need to chop your hair to your collarbone, adopt a British accent, and set out to find your own Jim Halpert. Ten years ago, I'd show up with my tools dismantled because I didn't like curling hair with the [clamp].
Luckily, we've consulted a few nail pros who've broken down the eight nail colors that are already on track to be huge this winter. L.A. nail-salon mogul Sarah Gibson Tuttle — the brain behind Olive & June — tells us that she's been loving glossy dark-purple polish this season.
Dandruff is one of those common issues many of us struggle with, yet shy away from speaking about. Having white flakes fall on your black turtleneck has been portrayed in beauty campaigns and commercials as a nightmare, but the reality is that dandruff is super common and doesn't have to prevent you from feeling fabulous in black — or in general. Stephen Pullan, a trichologist at the Philip Kingsley Trichological Clinic in New York, tells Refinery29 that all dandruff doesn't look the same."It can be thought of as dead skin cells shedding off the top layer of the scalp, [which] happens all over the body," he points out.
The Environmental Working Group's seal of approval will be seen on two sulfate-free shampoos launching in January 2019.
You know who we're talking about — Angela Bassett, Salma Hayek, Gabrielle Union, Jane Fonda. It's like these women have found the Fountain of Youth Ponce de León was supposedly searching for in Florida and are sipping the waters from champagne glasses.
The first lady has lighter locks, and the internet is having a field day comparing her look to President Trump's.
Imagine, for a second, that you've just stepped through the door of a swanky holiday party. You're wearing a variation of your dream outfit — a velvet jumpsuit, heels, earrings that look like Hermès but are actually H&M — when someone hands you a skinny crystal champagne flute, like a scene out of a movie. You smile, eagerly stretch your fingers towards the stem, and, at that precise moment, remember the one detail you forgot: to schedule a manicure.
You obviously know to tip, but how much to give, who to give it to, and most important—where that money is actually going—is still largely a mystery. In Glamour 's guide to tipping, we break down that confusion.
Think about all the times you unlocked your phone to ask Google a question this year: When does Crazy Rich Asians release in theaters? How old is Noah Centineo? Where is the nearest bar? Those were just a few generic things we typed into the search bar this year, but Google is also our favorite know-it-all when it comes to specific beauty questions, like "how to re-create Ariana Grande's ponytail " or "how to grow longer, healthier nails."
Sure, you can confidently buy your mom her 10th bottle of Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue without pause, but when you want to introduce a seasoned fragrance fanatic to a new scent, you've got your work cut out for you. Perfume, after all, is personal — but the challenge of finding someone something they'll actually want to wear is better than buying someone a porcelain doll for their overflowing, creepy-as-fuck collection, don't you think? Ahead, a compilation of fragrances and gift sets that acknowledge and account for the idiosyncrasies of the people you care about — and show them how much you love them anyway.