The beauty guru with over 5 million Youtube subscribers talks about how her makeup channel became a lot more personal.
Stacy Lee wants you to remember that appearances can be deceiving, and she’s using her Instagram feed to make the point.
Seeing bodies that have imperfections helps to dispel the notion that an ideal body actually exists.
Although fans have followed Kylie Jenner's lip-enhancement journey to a tee, experts say it might take them a while to catch up to her new natural look.
"Just because you want to work out or fix something does not mean that you’re not body positive; it just means that you are evolving," says Woods.
YouTuber Gabbie Hanna has been stuck in an on-and-off, abusive, toxic relationship with herself for about 20 years. And when she went through her "break-up," she got the haircut to match.
Inspired by her own journey to self-love, model Iskra Lawrence has created a makeover show to help others with "crippling insecurities" by addressing the things that make them view themselves in harmful ways.
Jenn August says that seeing celebrities on Instagram be "unapologetically themselves" gave her the courage to embrace her hemangioma birthmark.
Ariel Winter — who has portrayed the lovable Alex Dunphy on "Modern Family" since she was only 11 — is a great person to look to for some fitspo. And Yahoo Lifestyle has the inside scoop.
The husband of influencer Allison Kimmey is speaking out on her platform to share his side of the journey, as he's stuck by her side, regardless of her shape or size.
The singer is stripping back and breaking out from who she's been during her hiatus — and her makeup has a lot to do with it.
In before-and-after photos, the 39-year-old TV personality posed in the same dress at her previous weight and after her gain. She looks gorgeous in both, but she feels better now, on a new eating and training program.
Denise Chamberlain is now showing off the heart-shaped patch that frames her face after a lifetime of covering her skin with heavy makeup.
The model, who works out regularly with a personal trainer, says she exercises to stay healthy, get rid of jet lag, and clear her head.
This weekend, Lena Dunham was a panelist at South by Southwest in Austin, TX. As she discussed the idea of being authentic and what that means with Glamour’s new editor-in-chief Samantha Barry, Dunham admitted that she believes it varies depending on the person. “I think authenticity comes in many forms, and it doesn’t just have to be that you didn’t just do your hair right,” she said, referring to her disheveled topknot.
Jonathan Van Ness of "Queer Eye" took to Instagram to share an insecurity that he's overcoming.
The founder of Project WomanKIND launched a photo-video series, #ShowMeYourScar, to encourage 'people to look past the forced idea of perfection and to more of a celebration of their own unique beauty.'
Not everyone can pull off the bold hue, but the model rocks red, which experts say is the color of confidence.
Noor discusses her viral video about self-love and how she's working to provide more representation for women, Muslims, and plus-size people in the beauty industry.
The body-positive movement is not just for women. Meet a model who is breaking male stereotypes.
For Eleanor Curry, the things at the top of her list are, of course, her children and her job, in addition to traveling and spending time with the friends who empower and inspire her — six of whom she invited on a trip to Los Angeles for a totally boss photoshoot.
Jay Davis has a genetic eye condition that causes his irises to have multiple colors, but he embraces the condition and calls it beautiful.