CBS News anchor Gayle King is on a serious assignment in Texas, covering the news of migrant families being separated at the United States borders. Gayle King wore a $14.99 dress from Ross Dress for Less on the evening news. From getting her makeup done in an airport, to finishing it up in a car on the way to a shoot, she jokes with people that “TV is glamorous, but this is an important story.” So important, that she had to improvise after finding out that she was staying in Texas another day, and needed another on-air outfit.
We don't need an excuse to sweep highlighter on liberally, but summer always feels like an appropriate time to really glow. The sun's shining, you're spending more time outside, and it goes with every warm weather lewk, from maxi dresses to itty bitty bikinis. Drugstore brands like Black Opal and Maybelline know this, too — which is why there are so many new shimmery luminizers on the market right now. It doesn't matter if you're aiming for a healthy glow or an out-of-this-world gleam... there's one for everyone. ...
Paris may be home to some of the best luxury shopping in the world, but don't discount its thrift and vintage stores. Here is where to shop and save.
Tamar Braxton wore a $40 jumpsuit on Essence Live. After an employee tried to make Tamar Braxton feel “less than” for wearing Forever21, she fired back — quite literally. The singer and television personality took to her Instagram on Monday to share that because of a disagreement regarding her $40 camouflage jumpsuit, she cut ties with her stylist.
You don't have to be an Instagram influencer to boost your 'gram game. Here are some helpful tips for taking better photos.
When beauty giant Estée Lauder launches a new line, you know it’s going to be big. Just how big is a little astounding: The Estée Edit, an 82-piece product line, launching March 15, includes everything from brow pencils and brightening powder to glitter eyeshadow and teeth-whitening gloss. The Estée Edit is millennial-focused and proud of it: The makeup comes packaged in crisp white and poppy blue (all the better for Instagramming your #haul), and fronted by social-media star “guest editors” Kendall Jenner and Irene Kim.
Megan Van Groll is an artist, a travel addict and a social strategist who blogs about independent travel, the pursuit of creativity and digital strategy.
By Laura Begley Bloom A common misperception of Italy is that it’s prohibitively expensive. Of course, there are extravagant palazzos where a glass of orange juice will cost you $20, but the reality is that Italy is home to many small and affordable hotels run by amiable innkeepers who will help unlock the secrets of whatever region you’re in. La Bandita, from a magazine editor-turned-innkeeper. Surrounded by a spectacular infinity pool and a fire pit, La Bandita has low-season rates starting at $269.
Nothing says vacation, relaxation, and “pour me another margarita” like a beach. Here’s a tip: go where the locals go and check out these spots: