Striving to achieve a beauty ideal that is unrealistic can have a hugely negative impact on an individual’s self-esteem. On this year’s Love Island, contestant Dr Alex George has stated on multiple occasions that he’s attracted to women who are “natural looking”. While this preference may seem like a refreshing change from the other beauty standards that women frequently feel pressurised to attain, it can be just as damaging, as Adam Cox, a clinical hypnotherapist who specialises in weight loss, explains to The Independent.
Target beauty shoppers, listen up! One of the best-selling products available within the beauty aisles of our favorite mega-retailer just launched its retinol counterpart and it’s one of the more exciting Target announcements to happen in a long time.You May Also Like: This News From Target Will Change Its Beauty Department ForeverThe Pixi by Petra Glow Tonic ($15) has been a staple among beauty aficionados for some time now, which is why the launch of the brand’s new Retinol Tonic ($15) ...
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Growing up in a village in Somerset, I was a frustrated beauty consumer; we had only a Boots nearby. Occasionally we'd go to Bristol, but I felt let down by department stores — it didn't feel like you could play with the products as the sales assistants there were working on commission. I modelled after university, but in 2001, I broke my back and sternum in a car crash. I was in a cast for four months and it was years before my back got better. I couldn't model again, so worked on shoots, ending up in fashion and beauty PR. I saw there was a disconnect between what was recommended to the public, and what was actually being used behind the scenes. This struck me as disingenuous. Then I met Jess
With a new must-have moisturiser entering the market every day, it can be a challenge to decide which one is right for you. So, to make the decision a little easier, Priceline Australia has revealed one of their top-selling winter products - and it's by none other than Australian health supplements company Blackmores. According to Brydie, Priceline sells 1,900 tubes of the brand's $10.99 Natural Vitamin E Cream every week. The formula is packed with natural products including avocado oil, apricot oil and Vitamin E and it contains no artificial colours or fragrance which can be helpful for those with sensitive skin and who suffer irritation. The composition of the cream is also quite thick
Equities analysts expect that Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE:NUS) will post earnings per share of $0.90 for the current quarter, Zacks Investment Research reports. Three analysts have issued estimates for Nu Skin Enterprises' earnings. The highest EPS estimate is $0.92 and the lowest is $0.85. Nu Skin Enterprises reported earnings of $0.77 per share in the same quarter last year, which would indicate a positive year over year growth rate of 16.9%. The firm is scheduled to report its next earnings results after the market closes on Thursday, August 2nd. According to Zacks, analysts expect that Nu Skin Enterprises will report full year earnings of $3.55 per share for the current year, with EPS
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From California to North Carolina, they proudly celebrated their natural hair. "We're going to do whatever we can to ensure that this experience is bigger and better every year," said Tracey Coleman, one of the founders of Curlfest. Meet eight women (and men!) who opened up to "Good Morning America" about why they celebrate their natural hair and how they define black beauty.