Going low-waste just got a whole lot easier.
All I have to say is Paula's Choice. IYKYK.
Yes, I try a lot of products.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star announced in May she's engaged to Simon Guobadia—the ex of her RHOA costar, Falynn Guobadia—after a month of dating. “Our relationship began a month ago—yes we are crazy in love,” she wrote on Instagram. People confirms that Frankel is engaged to film producer and real estate developer Paul Bernon after finalizing her divorce from Jason Hoppy.
The accidental skinfluencer and Dieux co-founder drops her routine, her beauty philosophy and her criteria for the products she uses herself (and recommends to her fans).
Style influencer Britany Xavier shares her curated clean beauty favorites.
The program, since its inception nine years ago, has raised over $12 million for Cancer and Careers.
Sunburns are never fun. Thankfully, you can find some relief at your local drugstore.
As we go on, we remember… Originally Appeared on Glamour
My skincare process consists of the same series of morning and evening steps, with an occasional treat, like a new mask thrown in on days when I really need it. This is exactly why I got excited when I learned about Faace Skincare, a U.K.-based brand that promises to streamline beauty with its straightforward branding and no-fuss products. You may have already seen Faace’s masks popping up on your social media feeds.
This sunblock from Drunk Elephant checks all the boxes: It's lightweight, doesn't leave a cast, and is moisturizing without feeling greasy. It's clean, cruelty-free, and fragrance-free, and has SPF 30 for daily protection. It also has sunflower-shoot extract, algae extract, and raspberry seed oil to help fight environmental damages and free radicals, and comes in a tinted version as well for deeper skin tones.
Because you definitely need more products in your life.
Fool-proof ideas ahead. Originally Appeared on Glamour
"My pores were visibly gone."
Want some extra coverage at the beach? We got you. Originally Appeared on Glamour
Mentally, we're in Capri. Originally Appeared on Glamour
The French footwear brand produces 2 million sneakers per year and has a celebrity following that includes Meghan Markle, Emma Watson, Jennifer Garner, and so many more. Get it now! Converse high- and low-tops are synonymous with “white sneakers” at this point, and they're one of the few styles that get consistent love from celebs off-duty and on the red carpet. Get it now! Adidas has a range of popular white sneakers, from the classic three-stripe Superstar to the modern and sporty NMDs—but you can’t go wrong with a pair of Stan Smiths.
While we're still pining for the days when we can travel freely, House Beautiful Style Director Robert Rufino has pulled together a list of beautifully crafted products from all over the world. Perfect for any kind of storage, the colors of these baskets will lift the mood in any space!
When it comes to products that claim to “fade,” “brighten,” or reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and acne scars, I can’t help but remain a skeptic. As a beauty writer who’s dealt with acne for over a decade, I’ve seen and slathered it all; from OTC topicals at the drugstore to very expensive peels from fancy brands, advanced dermatologist treatments, and even a famous 3-step system backed by a celeb who shall remain anonymous. You name it, I’ve tried it on my quest for clearer skin. While I’ve finally gotten a handle on my complexion, one primary issue I’m currently dealing with is the hyperpigmentation left from breakouts past. After hearing about Murad’s new Rapid Dark Spot Correcting Serum boasting everything from very impressive clinical to customer reviewers and staggering before & after photos, you could say my interest was more than piqued. Join me below as I test and chronicle everything there is to know about Murad’s new product — including why the $72 serum ultimately earned a permanent spot in my skincare routine. DashDividers_1_500x100 Murad Rapid Dark Spot Correcting Serum, $72 First Impressions A common issue with brightening serums is that they can be a little, well, intense. Murad’s serum is packed with ingredients like tranexamic and glycolic acids, but you wouldn’t know it by how gentle it feels. It dispenses as a clear gel and doesn’t have a noticeable scent. Best of all, it felt like a skin-loving treat – no tingling or burning whatsoever. For these reasons, I started using it before bed and then worked my way up to both morning and night use. Ok I am 51 and have developed a age (sun) spot on my forehead. I hate it and it’s all I can see in pictures. The dermatologist said he could take it off but it would be white. Started on this a month ago and it is GONE!!! Unbelievable!Murad Reviewer I used a different product for almost a full year. Murad Rapid Dark Spot Correcting Serum has made more of a difference in 1 month than the other product made in a year. I’m very happy.Murad Reviewer The Results After a month, I’m already — and this is not an #ad — blown away from the results. In addition to generally waking up my skin, the darkest bits of hyperpigmentation are now (by my standards) pretty much NBD. On the left pic, I’m wearing some makeup but my skin is still on display; on the right, I’m barefaced – and my darkest marks have faded quite a bit. (Apparently, I only take selfies with my pup now.) While I couldn’t be happier with my skin after finishing one bottle of the wonder potion, here’s the not-so-amazing scoop: it retails for $72, but hear me out – through all my acne ups and downs, I’ve only seen results like this with significantly pricier treatments like lasers and professional facials. Plus, it lasted me about two months with twice-daily use. I’ve only seen results like this with significantly pricier treatments like lasers and professional facials.Karina Hoshikawa, R29 Beauty & Wellness Writer While this has become a beloved addition to my skin-care arsenal — and a worthy investment, IMO — I’ll absolutely continue my hunt for (preferably more affordable) products that help kindly show acne the door. Watch this space! It definitely works, skin has much improved. My face is softer, brighter, more even… worth buying after trying so many other products that show no results.Murad Reviewer DashDividers_1_500x100 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. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
Halston is the legendary fashion designer at the center of this new miniseries. Mahoney was an American businessman, author, and philanthropist who passed away in 2000 from heart failure. Elsa Peretti was a fashion model in the 1970s, who, along with Karen Bjornson, Anjelica Huston, Alva Chinn, Pat Cleveland, and Pat Ast, became known as Halstonettes—designer Halston's favorite group of models.