- Yahoo Life
If you were born in 1990, you have twice the risk of colon cancer and four times the risk of rectal cancer compared to someone born around 1950, according to a study.
Did we mention they're super affordable, too?
Kim Kardashian West posted a throwback image that featured butterfly clips—and a set of thinly-plucked eyebrows.
- Teen Vogue
Has anyone seen my scrunchie?
In fact, the revival of one of the most popular hairstyles of the '90s — the blunt bob — has been a long time coming, a twinkle in the eye of Hollywood A-listers, social-media influencers, and beauty editors everywhere. It's not even the only '90s hair trend to be back in style right this second: Banana clips, velvet headbands, and scrunchies are all seeing a runway comeback. Selena Gomez, Margot Robbie, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, and Rowan Blanchard are only a few of the famous faces who've sported the nostalgic trend recently, proving that the choppy, angled bob is officially back — and most likely here to stay.
- Yahoo Life
Fan makes Britney Spears crack up at her concert when he asks 'who is it?' before her hit 'Gimme More'
Britney Spears and her backup dancers couldn't help but laugh at the fan.
The Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story documentary hones in on the many different facets of the late makeup legend.
The spaghetti-strap tank top has a barely there reputation, but that’s why we love it.
- Yahoo Lifestyle
Hair brands drew inspiration from the Spring 2017 Alexander Wang runway, the Fall 2018 Fendi couture catwalk, and professional stylists to reimagine this classic tool.
The '90s are back in full force, and we're loving the nostalgic walk down memory lane. Take a look at these nine style trends from the decade that are making a big comeback.
- Yahoo Life
Jelly shoes from the '90s are making a major comeback.
- Yahoo Life
Nostalgia has fueled sales for all things ’90s for a few years now, which inspired our Yahoo Style + Beauty editors to reflect on our own favorite back-to-school outfits (though many are pre-Kimmy Gibbler-esque, to be sure).Some choices — no doubt the doing of an overly autonomous tyke — are relegated to the archives (see: mom’s photo album) in perpetuity. Others inspire their own modern takes, replete with a handful of retro jean jackets and a Gucci backpack or two.Speaking of backpacks, a young Bianca Stratford, of 10 Things I Hate About You fame, may have put it best: “There’s a difference between like and love. Because I like my Skechers, but I love my Prada backpack.”If you’re in need of your own back-to-school shopping inspiration, check out what we’d wear today if we could do it all over again.
Here's a hint: "I like my Skechers, but I <em>love</em> my ___________."
- Yahoo Life
As anyone who lived through the ’90s (or came to know them in later years) can attest, the decade was filled with movies that gave us iconic beauty looks. From Demi Moore‘s boyish pixie cut in Ghost to the brick-red lipstick Jennifer Lopez rocked in Selena, the ’90s had hair and makeup for everyone.We’ve rounded up some of our favorite beauty moments for a #ThrowbackThursday filled with ’90s beauty looks we’re still obsessed with today. Tell us your favorite in the comments section below.Read more from Yahoo Style & Beauty:• 13 Iconic Beauty Looks From Women Who Changed the World • Lady Gaga’s Most Iconic Beauty Looks • Sienna Miller Is Giving Us ’90s Flashbacks With Her BarretteFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
- Hello Giggles
If you were a young person in the ’90s, you likely fell into one of two camps: you either had a pair of Steve…
- Vanity Fair
By Erika Harwood. Photos: Getty Images.The past few years have seen a renaissance in 90s trends, thanks to the new group of It-girls like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. Chokers, mini-skirts, slip dresses, platforms, and more have experienced a revival both on and off the runway. Lest we forget the pioneers who got them trending in the first place, however, enjoy this inspiration from a group of the decade’s icons wearing its boldest trends.This story originally appeared on Vanity Fair.More from Vanity Fair:The People v. OJ Simpson Cast and Their Real-Life CounterpartsRemembering Princess Diana's Glamorous Style Pics of Royals Skiing Through the YearsRihanna’s Sexy Cuban Photo ShootOver-the-Top Celebrity Weddings
- Yahoo Life
After white models wore pastel faux dreadlocks at Marc Jacobs show last season, we weren’t sure what to expect at the designer’s fall 2017 show on Thursday. “Some girls have mascara with gloss on the lid.
- Yahoo Life
Her maroon lipstick, spaghetti straps, and big flouncy flower ornament completed the look, which was very Kirsten Dunst circa "Get Over It."
- The Zoe Report
Fashion months bring a lot of new trends to the forefront, both on and off the runways and the front row attendees at the Burberry show boasted style icons like Cara Delevingne and Alexa Chung so naturally we were bound to get inspired. While neither disappointed, we couldn’t help but take note of Alexa’s unique hair clip. Earlier in […]
- Dora Fung
As Edina and Patsy Return, We Remember Fashion From 2 Decades Ago, When It Was — Ahem — Absolutely Fabulous!
When I was in school in London, I distinctly remember my best friend Lauren telling me about a TV show she watched on BBC 2 the night before called Absolutely Fabulous. The reason she became a fan was the character Edina Monsoon was a little too similar to her mom — extravagant, outrageous, loved a drink or three, and spent more time in Harvey Nichols department store than anyone we knew! From then on, watching the show every Thursday became a ritual for me, and years later, when I started working in fashion in London, I met so many people who considered Eddy or Patsy role models. Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie opens nationwide today with all the camp and the glitz we’ve missed. To celebrate, I’m looking back at how fashion was when the show first aired in the early 1990s. In short, the ’90s in London was the bollocks! Brit pop was at its height of cool. The Gallagher brothers were constantly brawling with Alex James and Damon Albarn from Blur. But to me, as amazing as the music and the culture was in London at that time, fashion — both in and out of the city — was above it all. Tom Ford for Gucci was the sexiest thing all of us had ever seen. Versace was something out of an acid trip, and Junior Gaultier was somewhat within reach! Homegrown, there was Kate Moss, the Spice Girls, Alexander McQueen, and John Galliano before Dior. Stella McCartney and her little college mate Phoebe Philo were up-and-comers. The list can keep going! Here, we take a look at the fashion moments that shaped the ’90s. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
- Nora Crotty
I won’t lie. As a youth, Geri was my favorite Spice Girl — to be later replaced by Victoria for reasons that I still find far too painful to talk about. (Hint: Geri quit.)But it wasn’t until later that I realized the true star of the best girl group in history: That would be Melanie Brown — aka Mel B, aka Scary Spice. No crop top was too tiny and no platform sneaker was too tall. With her natural, bouncy curls, fearlessly zany style, and rock-hard abs, Mel was a true renegade as far as late-‘90s trends were concerned. In honor of today being her 41st birthday, click through for 15 times she slayed the pop game in her signature “scary” style. (All photos: Getty) Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
- Nora Crotty
It’s been quite a while since Lil’ Kim was the Kim on every trendy girl’s inner mood board — but that’s not stopping her from noting that the fashion world is indebted to her.
- Refinery 29 on Yahoo
Like a living, breathing Calvin Klein campaign, these snaps would have us believe GP spent most of her 20s being a waify goddess partying with Brad Pitt, dressed in a selection of leathers and cashmeres in monochrome or earthy tones, and nothing but a slick of lipstick and a flute of Champagne in hand.
Say it with me now: #NoMoreCatalano.
- Leeann Duggan
Common wisdom has it that Paris is the least trend-driven of the four fashion weeks — because Paris creates the trends, it doesn’t follow them, darling. So it’s a little surprising to see that this season, Parisian designers are incorporating that most mass- and retail-friendly of trends into their designs: the ’90s revival. In some cases, the references are so straightforward and throwback, you have to do a double-take to make sure you’re not actually looking at an X-Girl catalog circa 1995 (looking at you, Courrèges). In the hands of masters like John Galliano or upstart labels like Jacquemus, basic ’90s styles like slipdresses and platform shoes become the template on which some exquisitely weird fashion experimentation occurs. Ahead, the seven ’90s trends Paris is serving up this season. We’ll leave it to you to decide whether it’s a “we’re not worthy” or an “as if.”Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
- Leeann Duggan
1996: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. On one hand, TLC won best R&B album for CrazySexyCool, a record so full of earworms that you’ve probably hummed “Creep” to yourself at least once last month. On the other hand, a young Canadian named Alanis Morissette won album of the year for Jagged Little Pill, a collection of warbled, Glen Ballard-produced megahits mourning Dave Coulier.But hey, at least the fashion was a hoot! On the eve of this Monday’s Grammy Awards, we take a look back at what Grammys fashion looked like in 1996. From Salt n Pepa’s matching pistachio pantsuits, to Celine Dion’s Kendall Jenner-worthy crop top, it was a lot of crazy, a little sexy, and well, not very cool at all (looking at you, forgotten country band The Mavericks).Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.