It may have taken her 20 years, but Ayanna Williams finally did it: She broke the record for the longest fingernails in the world. The Texas native is making headlines for her wild talons, which measure out to be a combined total of 18 feet and 10.9 inches, to be exact. Williams is set to be featured in Guinness World Record's 2018 book.
The best part of Laverne Cox's look was her nails. Why? Because not only was the dazzling manicure show-stopping, but proceeds from sales of her ORLY polish will go toward Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief efforts.
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."
Whether you’re experimenting with color, want a cool mani, or in search of sexy texture, these trends are lazy-girl approved, so you can sleep in and still look amazing!
While the usual trends of bold reds, cool nudes, and high-gloss blacks are prominent, simple (read: one swipe of color) nail art is really taking off.
Between "braided" eyebrows and squiggle lips, you would think we have witnessed enough extreme trends to last a lifetime. But no—there's always room for more absurdity in the world of beauty. Illusion artist Dain Yoon proved that on Sunday when she uploaded an image of her nails—each finger adorned with a little face and, yep, hair. SEE ALSO: 'Braided' eyebrows are the latest absurd beauty trend that truly anyone can try "Many people told me I should delete those [sic] my photos before becoming a new trend," she wrote on Twitter. Many people told me i should delete those my photos before becoming a new trend pic.twitter.com/NZ7FD1dFDM — Dain Yoon (@designdain) September 10, 2017 While they may not have caught on quite yet, they definitely have people talking. Overall, the majority of people have expressed concern over the potential trend, but have acknowledged that regardless of how creepy they are, it's pretty damn creative—not to mention it requires major skills to pull that off. Better without the hair tho! pic.twitter.com/DvDjX877aM — Bad Boy Brazil (@Bad_Boy_Brazil) September 10, 2017 i can't even paint my own nails without getting it on my skin pic.twitter.com/q4YV7hw6FI — billy鹿 (@oraltwjnk) September 10, 2017 Hell nooo...nasty as hell...but cant ignore creativity.... — Marquita Powell (@QueenPowell83) September 10, 2017 Live footage of me right now: pic.twitter.com/gkM4JBfiyU — Vanessa Yanez (@vanessa_yanez_) September 10, 2017 as an artistic design this is really unique but as a trend.. pls no — Madison I. (@wittyusername18) September 10, 2017 Where else can we go from here? Who honestly knows at this point. WATCH: Get club vibes in your tiny apartment with these magnetic speakers
From getting serious about sunscreen to taking a lighter approach to makeup, Yahoo editors have lots of beauty goals and products that we are hoping to keep in heavy rotation this summer.
What if you could go to bed and wake up looking more beautiful than you did when you put your head on your pillow? Orly Argan Oil Hand Crème just might do the trick.
Fashion blogger Nadia Bartel, wife of Australian Football League star Jimmy Bartel, showed off a picture of her freshly-cut hair on Instagram on Wednesday. However, the mother to 6-month-old Aston said in her photo caption, she has been “losing all her hair from feeding.” The remark caused a storm of supportive, been-there comments on Bartel’s snap. “I lost some of mine too while breastfeeding,” one read.
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin support the Polished Man Campaign. (Photo: Instagram) We all know some men love a good mani/pedi, but now men are actually painting their nails in support of Australian non-profit YGAP’s latest campaign, #PolishedMan. The movement aims to “support the 1 in 5 children globally who suffer from violence.” Previously the organization has focused primarily on alleviating poverty around the world.
In recent years, I’ve found my skin becoming more and more sensitive. Rashes, hives—or a bag over my head—became the norm. After multiple rounds of tests, I identified an extensive list of ingredients that my system could no longer handle. Unfortunately, these ingredients also go by four or five different names on product labels, so narrowing down my routine to a super-sensitive collection has been quite a daunting (but ultimately successful) exercise.
From creative product names to revolutionary formulas, these are the cosmetics that have established themselves as must-haves and truly deliver on their promises. Nars Orgasm Blush ($30) The name may have made us blush naturally, but the product is great at faking it. Urban Decay Naked Palette ($54) Adored by makeup artists and product junkies alike, this palette contains a dozen ultra-wearable eye shadows so you’ll never have one shade used up while the others collect dust. Lancome Definicils Mascara ($28) A top-seller since the ‘90s, you can’t go wrong with this classic tube for natural-looking lashes.