Glossier rep Devin McGhee started an Instagram account to help people with deeper skin tones see how the products look on people of color.
In the four years since Glossier first launched, the company quickly proved itself as the brand for millennials. Aesthetically-pleasing packaging, effervescent highlighters, and skin-care products that exude "cool" — what's not to love? But for its most recent product, Glossier is putting a modern spin on an old classic you have probably only associated with your grandma: the solid perfume.
Celebrities also made a statement at the Grammys with beauty looks that didn't require having unlimited funds or a black American Express card.
Glossier just launched a brand-new skin-care product, Glossier Solution, which is a liquid exfoliator to help clear up and prevent acne breakouts.
“I cried 3 times before this shoot,” Paloma Elsesser shared of the photo shoot. However, proof is in the pictures, and she prevailed beautifully.
The duo includes the Daily Oil Wash ($18) and the Daily Perfecting Cream ($22), which are available separately, but you can save $5 if you grab them as a duo package. The Daily Oil Wash is formulated with a blend of seven oils, including sunflower seed oil to help the skin retain moisture, grapeseed oil for antioxidant benefits like skin-brightening vitamin C, plus others that are known to be wildly efficient moisturizers for softer skin, such as coconut, olive, and soybean oils. Unlike typical drugstore body washes, which can leave your skin feeling dry, you won’t find any soap or water (0 percent) in these formulations.
We all know that sunscreen is the most important part of your beauty routine, but it’s safe to say that nobody actually likes wearing it.
Glossier has an answer to your dull-skin woes: an $18 cream-gel blush in four universal shades, served up in paint-like tubes.
Ahead of a town-hall-style beauty conversation they co-hosted on Into the Gloss (and streamed on Facebook Live), the two sat down with the Cut to discuss how they met, the beauty products they could never part with, and how their brands are carving out a new space in the beauty landscape for Gen Y.
Apart from the very welcome influx of warmer weather, one thing we really love about spring is the barrage of new beauty products waiting to be tested.
This weekend at the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2016 show in Milan, models walked down the runway taking selfies with the attendees. “Be part of this unique fashion moment!” the announcement over the runway read. From high fashion to Hollywood, selfies are longer just for tweens and Kardashians.