Women nowadays are living up their best lives: kicking butts, breaking glass ceilings, and running the world. But while we do all of that, we are inducing stress while sacrificing sleep – two of which are the major contributors to our primary beauty concerns. This hectic lifestyle we modern women have subscribed to might not be physically felt but our skin? Well, our skin don’t lie.
2016 really hammered home the idea of Instagram makeup. You know the look: contouring for days, drawn on brows (darker through the ends, of course), loads of false lashes, sharp winged liner, more highlighter than you thought you could ever use in your life, and last but certainly not least, matte lipstick (preferably in a nude shade).
Chrissy Teigen has many things that we want: an adorable baby, a John Legend, a wicked layer of no-fucks-given confidence, and really, really glowy skin.
When it comes to playing around with hair color trends, there’s nothing that’s off limits in 2017. We’ve seen everything from unicorn hair dye to “lite brite” rainbow hair and now, unsurprisingly, some magical colorists have found a way to make your locks look even more mystical and enchanted than ever.
Ready to shake up your lash-look? Rimmel introduces new Volume Shake Mascara, the freshest mascara on the block that won’t dry out or cause clumps. Shake it up to keep it fresh from start to finish. Rock ultra-smooth, clump-free volume from first to last use. Live the London look.
In this new generation tutorial, featuring Lily-Rose Depp, watch Global Creative Makeup & Color designer Lucia Pica create a modern way to wear a gloss with 24 irresistible colors.
Cult US beauty brand Urban Decay has unveiled its new limited-edition 12-piece collection featuring Ruby Rose and inspired by Brooklyn-born contemporary artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
I don’t know about you, but there are mornings (many mornings) in which I am in absolutely no mood to paint my face. Why bother with mascara and kohl when you are going to rub your eyes until lunch time anyway? What is the point of bronzer if it’s deep winter and everybody at the office knows you didn’t go on holidays?
One of the many reasons we love Kat Von D is because she isn’t afraid to speak her mind, and she recently took to her personal Instagram to do just that. In a split image, she showed off two palettes: her own Shade & Light Eye Contour Palette ($48) and a Makeup Revolution palette ($15). Kat slammed her competitor in the caption, accusing them of knocking off her product.