For fashion, perfume, and pharmacies packed with killer beauty buys, France really does have the crème de la crème. If anyone knows how to navigate its cobblestone streets and cavernous beauty aisles, it’s the fashion and beauty editors who spend every Paris Fashion Week discovering its secrets. Here's some accumulated wisdom.
In honor of Bastille Day, Yahoo Style and Yahoo Beauty are examining what it means to be a “French girl” — the myths, fantasies, and realities that all help define that certain je ne sais quoi.
She's arguably one of the most prominent models of the moment. You may recognize her from the video Christian Louboutin uploaded to Instagram last December.
From the land that brought us beauty icons like Brigitte Bardot and Catherine Deneuve, here are the latest must-have brands atop every Belle de Jour’s list.
We’re told there’s no woman like the French woman. The French woman is chic. The French woman is understated. And, above all, the French woman is effortless. But what happens when the French woman is fat?
When you think about a French manicure, you probably picture ultra-white tips, and maybe even a squared-off shape. What we typically consider to be a “French” mani was actually invented in 1975 by an American man called Jeff Pink — who founded Orly nail polish. As Pink explained in 2014, the clean, two-toned nail resulted from a movie director asking him to solve the issue of an actress who had to switch out her manicure to match each wardrobe change.