Girlfriend Collective just gave its entire essentials line a makeover with a brand new lightweight fabric that’s sweat-wicking, compressive, and ultra soft.
First there was baking. Now there's reality setting in that my jeans no longer fit and I may have to get in a swimsuit. From Seventeen
- Who What Wear
Trust me—you won't regret buying these.
The capsule will be sold on their respective web sites and in their freestanding stores.
- Women's Health
It's like Prime Day for activewear.From Women's Health
- Who What Wear
Add these to your stash.
Welcome to the new Look of the Day, where we comb through every celebrity outfit from the past 24 hours and feature the single most conversation-worthy ensemble. Love it, leave it, or shop the whole thing below.
- Meredith Videos
Five grocery store brands face off in the ultimate pimiento showdown. Who will emerge victorious?
- Better Homes & Gardens
Don't waste another night of sleep tossing and turning due to overheating.
- Best Products
Trust us, these socks are a cut above the rest.
Nordstrom Anniversary Sale 2020: All of Meghan Markle’s Favorite Brands Are on Major Discount Right Now
Get the Markle Sparkle for less. Originally Appeared on Glamour
- In The Know
Talk about a glow-up!
"She's been wanting to do something in beauty and wellness for quite some time."
Jennifer Garner just wore a piece from the brand last week.
- Hello Giggles
It's filled with products for textured hair, protective styles, and wigs.
- Men's Health
Save big on all your favorite brands with major discounts. From Men's Health
Alicia Keys’ naturally glowy complexion has always made us wonder what beauty products the singer-songwriter has in rotation, even before she first committed to going without makeup in 2016. Now, Keys’ dedication to the beauty revolution is going one step further with the upcoming launch of a lifestyle beauty brand, announced today in conjunction with e.l.f. Beauty.Not to be mistaken for a collaboration, Keys will be launching her very own brand under the e.l.f. Beauty portfolio, which acquired W3LL People earlier this year. The company dropped the news today, revealing that the line is expected to launch in 2021. “We are beyond thrilled to leverage our strengths to help realize Alicia’s vision, as it not only aligns with our mission to make the best of beauty accessible but infuses it with an even deeper dimension,” said Tarang Amin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, e.l.f. Beauty, in a press statement. While we don’t know the specific categories Keys will be entering or the name of the brand just yet, we do know that the formulations will be dermatologist-developed and cruelty-free, according to the company. The fact that it’s operating under the e.l.f. umbrella might also suggest that the prices will be wallet-friendly, like the company’s two other brands.Keys’ new venture will also have a lifestyle component, as the press release explains: “A culmination of Keys’ personal skincare journey and her passion for bringing light into the world, this new lifestyle beauty brand will enable Alicia to further explore conversations about inner beauty, wellness and connection…. The brand aims to bring new meaning to beauty by honoring ritual in our daily life and practicing intention in every action.” Keys hasn’t officially spoken out about the announcement, but we’re eagerly awaiting product specifics — and following the news closely for more updates in the future.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
- Marie Claire
Here, all the brands the British monarch swears by.From Marie Claire
It's time to get those credit cards out because the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is finally here! But there's a catch: It's only open for Icon cardmembers right now and will open to everyone August 19-30 (you can check your card status online if you don't know). If you aren't a cardmember, you can still preview […]
The brand is taking up to 60% off everything from suits to sweats.From Esquire
Collagen, vitamin C, and CBD are swirled into one wrinkle-fighting formula.
My eczema and acne cleared up since I started using this.
Some of our favorite Costco products are things that seem eerily similar to nearly-identical items made by other brands. There are always rumors that the store's Kirkland products are actually sourced from name-brand manufacturers, but often, it's hard to verify if those are facts or just rumors. But there are some Costco products made by […]
While many of us have basically given up on buying clothing that isn't loungewear for ourselves this year, our kids keep growing, and our teens aren't about to stop caring about their image anytime soon. After a successful launch of a Gap Teen collection for girls this spring, the retailer is back with more options […]
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A purse by Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta might look very familiar — particularly to dog owners.
In a wild year that’s sure to get wilder, these are the books that have stood out.
Don't waste a drop with these hacks for using up leftover wine, straight from a vineyard kitchen.
Dumbbells are about to become your new best friends.
The 9 Best Natural Cleaning Products, According to Experts. Cleaning doesn't always have to mean using chemical-laden products. Here are some cleaning experts' go-to natural choices:. Bon Ami Powder Cleanser ($9 for 2, amazon.com): This powdered cleanser can be used on a number of different surfaces. Dr. Bronner's Castille Liquid Soap ($35 for 2, amazon.com): This is a go-to for nearly every expert for its affordability and versatility. Puracy Green Tea & Lime Natural Multi-Surface Cleaner ($7, target.com): It can be used on over 250 surfaces in your home, according to the brand. Concrobium Mold Control Spray ($10, homedepot.com): Dealing with mold or mildew? Reach for Concrobium. Branch Basics The Concentrate ($49, branchbasics.com): This multitasker can be used on anything from glass and counters to toilets and laundry. Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Vinegar Gel No-Rinse Cleaner ($20 for 3, amazon.com): This vinegar-based gel requires no rinsing after it breaks down build-up. Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi- Surface Cleaner ($5, vitacost.com): The EPA approved this spray for use against coronavirus particles. ECOSNext Liquidless Laundry Detergent Free & Clear ($26 for 2, amazon.com): This laundry detergent is safe and sustainable. Heinz Cleaning Vinegar ($13, amazon.com): This is an extra acidic vinegar that is great for soap scum
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