Katie Sones, the founder of Lipslut, was moved to find a way to help those Americans affected by President Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy.
When congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sent out a tweet about her lip color, it felt like a new frontier was emerging. Are we finally getting to a place where women on the national stage can be taken seriously while still caring about the way they look?
When Diksha Bijlani's 9-year-old cousin — a fan of painting his nails and wearing lipstick — came to stay for the summer, he became the butt of cruel jokes in a household she describes as "stereotypical alpha male-centric."
In the two-and-a-half months since three adults and 14 students were gunned down at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, another 15 people have lost their lives on school grounds. In the aftermath of these tragedies, it's the kids who have taken it upon themselves to fight back, not with weapons, but with words: on Twitter, on live TV, on posters held high above their heads during the March for Our Lives. "They say it's important to put your money where your mouth is, and this is perhaps the best and most notable example of that," says Kris Brown, co-president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, a non-profit that has advocated tirelessly for gun-control laws for over 40 years.
The heavily-tattooed queen of beauty recently expanded her edgy line to include 40 of the boldest and creamiest lipsticks we've tried so far.
One of the beauty megastore's iconic lip products just got a whopping 58 new shades, and you're going to want literally all of them.
May 19—aka the day I clear my schedule to be disrupted by nothing but the Royal nuptials—is coming. Die-hard English Royal fan or not, it’s no secret that Meghan Markle has been all over the tabloids for putting her own spin on things across the pond—her signature style included. While we don’t know what the soon-to-be royal will be wearing down the aisle, can she’ll be wearing the same dusty rose hue that she’s been sporting in almost every tabloid ...
Kylie Cosmetics just teased its latest lip kit shades on Instagram. The new drop includes an olive-green hue and people aren't quite sure what to think of it.
Probably, yes, but she is a big dog with a big tongue and moves very quickly, so these things do happen. Really, maybe I'm the one who should be more concerned about safety — I'm the one letting a dog that eats sticks off the ground and dust out of corners lick my face. Everyone should have a dog.
Of all the perks of being rich and famous (24/7 assistants, Fast Passes to every line on Earth, the power to shift the economy with a single tweet), the best is by far all the swag. Anyone with over a million Instagram followers snags 12-day trips to Tanzania, jet skis, and bundles of beauty products no amount of Sephora Beauty Insider points could ever get you.
Thanks to the brand's Glitter Flips, us regular folks can now realize our Naomi Campbell dreams. Naturally after the initial launch, Glitter Flips sold out immediately — and they still continue to be a best-selling product for Ciaté.
Instead of the usual autumn hues of oxblood, eggplant, or persimmon, some of our favorite leading ladies are painting their pouts in shades of pink.
Am I asking too much to simply wake up in the morning, apply a matte lipstick, and for it to remain smooth throughout the day? Not according to Pat McGrath.
Pat McGrath is one of the most iconic makeup artists in the game. Not only is she talent behind some of the most artistic makeup moments of all time, A-listers — including everyone from Naomi Campbell to Kim Kardashian— are also mega-fans of Mother McGrath’s work. Now, she has her own namesake line of cosmetics and the visuals she shares on social media, alone, are enough to have you hooked and begging for more.
If you're turning a blind eye to the hair, makeup, and nail looks at NYFW for fear of looking like a hot mess, we’ll be the first to say "not so fast."