The rising Sudanese-Australian beauty shares the bulletproof nighttime skin-care regimen that keeps her supernatural skin healthy and glowing.
Actually, that's easy: Now that the clean beauty movement has spread far beyond the Whole Foods aisle (which is looking pretty great lately, by the way) and well into the prestige realm, replacing your most beloved high-end products of sadly dubious safety with greener, more natural solutions of equal extravagance, like the ones ahead, is just a matter of typing in your Amex security code. In addition to making some of the best clean lipsticks on the market (or maybe just best lipsticks, period), the California-based brand recently launched a well-curated lineup of blush-and-highlighter duos in both cream and pressed formulas.
Christie Brinkley is calling the coverage of her beauty routine “divisive” and unsupportive for the use of words like “secrets” and “reveals.”
“I always sleep with a satin pillowcase and I have done it for like 20 years,” Kardashian explains, adding that her makeup routine only takes about five minutes (contouring included).
We caught up with the multi-talented star who spilled about the show, religiously taking off her makeup, and her favorite social media apps and accounts.
We caught up with Bowden to get her summer beauty tips, the scoop on her buzzy new show, and insight on her own low-key beauty routine.
Her film Tumbledown is set for February release, and she stars alongside big names like Jason Sudeikis, Joe Manganiello and Blythe Danner. Life after Glee is treating the 29-year-old pretty well.
K-pop, or Korean Pop, originated in South Korea and has become a global hit. Characterized by groups of singers and visual effects, the genre has become a veritable subculture, complete with fan faves, idol worship, and yes—beauty routines that will change your life.
What do Kristen Bell, Sophia Bush, and Elizabeth Olsen have in common (besides being ridiculously talented, gorgeous actresses)? Natural beauty routines.
By Sarah Walter, InStyle.com Every week SoulCycle instructors put their bodies to the test, leading workouts for packs of cyclists—often multiple times a day. And while a full face of makeup is a no-go when breaking a sweat, it’s nice to have some go-to beauty products that can endure intense cardio without melting or smearing. SoulCycle instructors know how to keep their pre-ride beauty routines to a minimum—here’s what some of them take along for the ride! Karyn Nesbit , Brooklyn, N.Y.
The first day of filming Selma began with an impromptu prayer circle. “Everybody came together to celebrate what we were about to embark on,” recalls actress Carmen Ejogo, who plays Coretta Scott King, wife of Martin Luther King Jr., in the acclaimed civil-rights drama. “There was this deep-seated desire to get it right, to honor the memory of what had happened.”
Come take a peek inside Carolyn Murphy’s closet. Foundation: CHANEL Vitalumiere Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup Foundation-phobes, take note: CHANEL is here to shake things up—as they’re wont to do. This formulation is somehow all at once perfectly sheer, but leaves you with the kind of airbrushed complexion that will have you shimmying your way into group selfies no matter the lighting.
Read on for our full Q&A with the star, then scroll down to shop the six beauty products she can’t live without! InStyle: How has motherhood affected your beauty routine? Jessica Simpson: I no longer have time to wash and moisturize my face both morning and night. RELATED: Jessica Simpson’s Unique Bridesmaid Dresses: Watch the Video! You looked—and still look—amazing. Thank you.
When Harper’s Bazaar Executive Editor Laura Brown travels to her hometown in Australia, the last thing she wants to do is shop. Instead, she’d prefer be around wildlife. “The highlight of my last trip was going to the Melbourne Zoo and seeing quokkas!” she explains, showing us images of her being approached by the furry creatures (which look like cat-size wallabies with teddy bear ears).
Getty A pregnant Alicia Keys performed yesterday in New York City’s Central Park alongside artists like Sting and Beyoncé as part of the Global Citizen Festival. She also stripped (save for a peace sign painted across her stomach) in honor of the campaign and social media movement she launched this month: #WeAreHere. Like, “You know what?