Beauty

Beauty Brands Inc. is a salon and spa superstore developed and founded by the advertising company, Bernstein-Rein. The company headquarters is located in Kansas City, Missouri. The company was purchased in November 2013 by a private California-based company replacing Bob Bernstein and David Bernstein with Lyn Kirby as the CEO and Rich Bos as President respectively.
  • Yield Growth Announces Launch of Urban Juve in the United States and Silver Sponsorship of ipsy Live in New York in October 2019
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    Yield Growth Announces Launch of Urban Juve in the United States and Silver Sponsorship of ipsy Live in New York in October 2019

    Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - August 21, 2019) - The Yield Growth Corp. (CSE: BOSS) (OTCQB: BOSQF) (FSE: YG3) announces that it will launch its hemp skin care line Urban Juve in the United States at the upcoming ipsy Live event to be held at Center 415 in Midtown Manhattan, New York, on October 11th - 13th, 2019. Figure 1. Urban Juve's line of hemp-infused skincare products will be featured at the upcoming ...

  • Good Housekeeping

    Nigella Lawson's go-to mascara costs just £3.30 and "doesn't smudge or flake"

    Nigella Lawson always looks flawless, and now we know exactly how to emulate her beauty look, as the TV chef has just revealed her ultimate makeup must-haves. Chatting through her top three "essential products" in Style magazine on Sunday (18 August), Nigella revealed that she relies on a mascara that costs just £3.30 from Wilko. Revealing that she has finally found the perfect mascara, the 59-year-old explained that, while the Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara "is not subtle", it gives you "long, long lashes and seemingly, many more of them". As well as her favourite mascara, Nigella revealed that her other two makeup must-haves are a £29 concealer by Charlotte Tilbury and a £31 CC cream by IT Cosmetics.

  • What to Know About Dry Shampoo If You Have Textured Hair
    STYLECASTER

    What to Know About Dry Shampoo If You Have Textured Hair

    Plus, the best product options.

  • 10 Beauty Subscriptions That You'll Actually Look Forward To Every Month
    Refinery29

    10 Beauty Subscriptions That You'll Actually Look Forward To Every Month

    File this under the stuff no one tells you about being a grown-up: Getting mail isn't fun, it's just bills and credit card offers and random furniture store flyers. And for that reason, we'll gladly pay to make the experience a little less dreadful. It's something oodles of start-ups have banked on with subscription beauty boxes, curated packages of beauty samples and full-size product that arrive on our doorstep like clockwork.Thankfully, a handful of players have followed suit in the wake of OG power players like Birchbox and created subscription boxes for every budget, personality, and more. For example, after getting into the subscription box game this fall, Sunday Riley began sending quarterly mailers stuffed with the kinds of things we'd pick out of the world's coolest gift shop. There's even a box for clean beauty devotees and luxury fragrances at a non-luxury price point.Now, splurging on a subscription for ourselves doesn't just mean looking forward for the USPS truck every afternoon. They make some of the best gifts that keep on giving, not to mention they're content fodder for excellent unboxing videos on Instagram, too. Here, we take a closer look at the top ten boxes worth your monthly investment.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. FabfitfunFor: The Woman Who'd Rather Pick Her Own GiftWith quarterly mailings offering 8-10 full-size products at a savings of 75% and control over what's inside, FabFitFun may have perfected the subscription box art form. Beauty-centric collections include skin care, hair care, makeup and nail care from brands like Klorane, Dr. Brandt and Deborah Lippmann. Subscribers can select exactly what they want or opt to keep contents a total surprise. Add in an accessory or two (such as scarves, jewelry, or clutches), and you've got a substantial gift that feels like you're being treated to a shopping spree.Photo: Courtesy of Fabfitfun Target Beauty BoxFor: The Drugstore Beauty WhispererDid you know Target even made beauty subscription boxes? Well, you do now. Each month, the retailer curates an adorably designed box of samples for $5-$7, in addition to themed boxes like "So Fresh, So Clean" (not sponsored by Outkast, for the record) and "Bloom Into Beauty" for the floral obsessive in your life. GlossyboxFor: The Makeup MavenIf you have a thing for the fancy stuff, Glossybox's luxe assortment of deluxe and full-size products is for you. Sign up for a commitment-free monthly subscription, or choose from a three, six, or 12 month plans.Photo: Instagram/@glossybox Beautyfix By DermstoreFor: The Skin-Care GuruIf your love for all things retinol, vitamin C, and AHA knows no depth, then Dermstore's beauty box is going to be the best thing to hit your doorstep. You can either subscribe to box for $24.95 a month, or buy 'em à la carte for $34.95 each. Sephora Play! BoxFor: VIB Rouges in RecoveryWhen's the last time you walked into Sephora and bought what you came for — and not a single item more? Let's see... never? That's why we're giving the store's monthly subscription box to our sisters who are resolving to step down their impulse beauty purchases in 2019. Each month the Play box facilitates that need for new beauty discoveries with five deluxe samples housed in a little makeup pouch. And if they're compelled to re-up on a full-size purchase? Sephora offers 50 bonus insider points for doing so. Sephora PLAY! by Sephora Monthly Subscription Box, $10, available at Sephora Sunday Riley Subscription BoxFor: The Cool GirlWhen Sunday Riley got into the subscription box game this year, it could have thrown a selection of their beloved skin-care products in a mailer and had a hit on its hands. Instead, the company opted to create something even more lust-worthy: a quarterly subscription box stuffed with some of the most desirable — and useful — gear out there. The current box features a full-size Tidal Water Cream (plus travel-friendly sizes of Good Genes and the A+ High-Dose Retinoid Serum), plus full-sizes of products by Coola, Tan-Luxe and R&Co; — not a throwaway item in sight. BirchboxFor: The Beauty Editor-In-TrainingThe OG of subscription boxes is as solid as ever, thanks to a deep bench of editor and fan-favorites for hair, skin, scent, and complexion. After receiving the first installment of a three, six, or 12-month subscription, you're able to customize the contents of boxes by setting personal preferences and choosing specific deluxe-sized samples from brands like Oribe, Sand & Sky, Stila, and Ouai. Birchbox Birchbox Monthly Subscription, $10, available at Birchbox The Detox BoxFor: The Clean Beauty FiendIn the Venn diagram of those who love clean beauty but hate environmental waste, overlap abounds. The folks at The Detox Market know this, so they created a monthly subscription box that showcases the very best in clean beauty, loading mailers with more than $90 in picks from a single brand that you'll actually use. Full-size products from Tammy Fender, Pai, Odacité, Innersense, Osea, and Skin Owl have been featured in months past. The assortment gives recipients a true taste of what these brands have to offer without any unwanted filler items that eventually find their way to the waste bin. No wonder these editions sell out on the regular. The Detox Market The Detox Box, $55, available at The Detox Market ScentbirdFor: The Soul Searching For A Signature ScentWe've found soul mates in less time than a signature scent. If one of your loved ones is still searching for the one that will bring joy with every deep inhale, embody one's true spirit, and feel like home no matter what time of year — yes, we're talking about fragrance here — then why not play matchmaker with a fragrance subscription? Each month, the recipient can choose from more than 450 scents (including options from Glossier, Tom Ford, and Juliette Has a Gun) before receiving a 30-day supply to fall in love (or like) with before trying another option next month. ScentBird Scentbird Subscription, $14.95, available at ScentBird Love GoodlyFor: The Devout VeganWe fully support our vegan friends, but still manage to order the occasional shared appetizer made with a hidden animal fat. Oops. This bimonthly box ensures the same thing doesn't happen with their holiday gift. Each edition is cruelty-free, vegan, nontoxic, and certified palm oil-free, through and through. It's not just the brands inside that are socially conscious: Each Love Goodly box purchased supports a like-minded organization, such as L.A.'s Farm Sanctuary, the country's first shelter for farm animals. Love Goodly Essential Bi-Monthly Subscription Box, $34.95, available at Love GoodlyLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?A Comprehensive Guide To Demi Lovato's Huge Tattoo CollectionThese Are The Best Places To Shop Beauty OnlineJulianne Hough Just Took Her Hair Platinum Blonde

  • Meghan Markle Turned to Pinterest for Inspiration for Her Wedding Makeup
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    Meghan Markle Turned to Pinterest for Inspiration for Her Wedding Makeup

    Pinterest is an incredible resource for anyone in need of some visual inspiration, but there's no denying it can be especially beneficial for brides who want a creative outlet to help them plan for the big day. Turns out, even Meghan Markle herself relied on the image-sharing site for inspo ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry — a fun fact her longtime makeup artist Daniel Martin disclosed on a recent episode of the beauty podcast, @Gloss_Angeles. On the podcast, which is hosted by former Popsugar beauty editor Kirbie Johnson and Sara Tan, Martin said he and Markle "exchanged a few Pinterest pictures over text" and offered that he thinks it's an excellent tool to use as a reference when it comes

  • Dr. Pimple Popper Just Popped A Blackhead So Juicy She Shared An Instant Replay
    Women's Health

    Dr. Pimple Popper Just Popped A Blackhead So Juicy She Shared An Instant Replay

    "There's a worm at the bottom of the garden."

  • HollywoodLife

    Headbands — Shop The Trendy Style For Less With These 13 Picks

    One of the hottest summer hair trends aside from clips is without a doubt, headbands & some of our fave celebs have been rocking them! We rounded up our top picks so that you can get the look for less. There have been tons of hair trends this summer – from pretty pearl clips to beach waves, messy buns, updos and so much more. One trend that has been popping up everywhere though, is headbands, and it doesn't look like they're going out of style anytime soon. We first saw headbands on the runway during fashion week, or if you want to really go back, we first saw them all over Gossip Girl years ago, but they're officially back and better than ever. Some headbands are seriously expensive though,

  • Reese Witherspoon: "I Was Told After 40 I Wouldn't Be Working Much. Now I'm 43"
    The Oprah Magazine

    Reese Witherspoon: "I Was Told After 40 I Wouldn't Be Working Much. Now I'm 43"

    Her latest project, The Morning Show is set to premiere in the fall.

  • Drew Barrymore 'Fell in Love With Skincare' Because of This Sunday Riley Face Oil—And It's on Sale Right Now
    Health.com

    Drew Barrymore 'Fell in Love With Skincare' Because of This Sunday Riley Face Oil—And It's on Sale Right Now

    And it's on sale for just $29 until Sunday Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. As the founder of Flower Beauty and the mind behind #BeautyJunkieWeek, Drew Barrymore is on a mission to find (and create) the very best in beauty. But if you're wondering why the Hollywood star turned into a skincare fanatic, she revealed the one product that officially made her a convert:  Sunday Riley's Juno Antioxidant + Superfood Face Oil ($29, was $36; dermstore.com).  The Santa Clarita Diet star shared her adoration of the superfood face oil in her final Instagram post for #BeautyJunkieWeek

  • 'The best cushion available' — here's why Giorgio Armani's cushion palette is on our radar
    Yahoo Canada Style

    'The best cushion available' — here's why Giorgio Armani's cushion palette is on our radar

    "It can stay on for 12 hours and my skin still looks perfect."

  • Celine Is Coming Out With 11 Gender-Neutral Fragrances
    InStyle

    Celine Is Coming Out With 11 Gender-Neutral Fragrances

    Celine announced that it's launching 11 gender-neutral fragrances under the direction of the fashion house's creative director Hedi Slimane. Get the details on all of the scents.

  • Bella Hadid's Blonde Hair Keeps Getting Blonder
    Teen Vogue

    Bella Hadid's Blonde Hair Keeps Getting Blonder

    Bella Hadid just keeps getting blonder and blonder. The model showed off her light hair on Instagram this weekend, with a casual selfie while making a kissy face at the camera. In the pic, Bella is seen lounging against a sea of pillows with her long, honey-blond hair falling over her shoulders. The photo was posted sans caption, because sometimes a 'gram just says it all. Fans and celebs alike took to the comments to compliment Bella on her lighter hair. “A blonde girl!!!?” Hailey Bieber exclaimed, while Halsey wrote: “Blonde Bel is my new fav.” Anwar Hadid, Kim Kardashian, and Khloé Kardashian were also among the stars who were clearly wowed by Bella's fresh look. The model's lighter hair color

  • Vogue

    Jorja Smith Shows Off 2019's Most Eye-Catching Beauty Trend

    Halloween may still be a ways off, but one pleasingly hair-raising beauty trend seems to be creeping in already. Jorja Smith took to Instagram today to share a selfie that demanded a double-take, not for its showing of skin, but for its quick-change eye color. Gone was Smith's mahogany gaze, replaced by irises so glacial they were nearly white. For her part, Smith pushed back her curly mane to ensure attention was focused on her trompe l'oeil trick. Luminous skin, a coat of mascara, and a swipe of lip gloss acted as worthy accomplices. Smith's eerily lightened gaze comes months after makeup artist Thomas de Kluyver sent a cadre of models down Gucci's fall runway with cheeks bedecked in prosthetic

  • What's in my cart: This is what I'm stocking up on during Sephora's Summer Bonus event
    Yahoo Canada Style

    What's in my cart: This is what I'm stocking up on during Sephora's Summer Bonus event

    While Sephora Insider Bonus events are the perfect time to branch out and finally try products that have been on your wish list, I like to use these rare sales to stock up my beauty inventory.