Kim Kardashian West is backtracking after initially defending makeup artist Jeffree Star despite his...
Some argue that a no-tears stamp signifies a gentle formula that won’t sting a child’s eyes; others insist it means the product detangles hair, leaving it less prone to breakage.
Francesca Eastwood may be the daughter of a famous Hollywood legend, but the 24-year-old beauty is making quite the name for herself on Instagram.
The model is getting back to her roots, showing a major grow-out of her formerly blonde tresses. Makeup artist Jo Baker detailed how she created Jackson’s soft look on Instagram, starting with a burnt orange smoky eye, and finishing the look with Chanel‘s Rouge Allure nude lipstick.
"I walked into my wedding reception wearing grandmother’s white cotton saree with zero makeup and no jewelry. Many asked me why. So here is my reason."
Former British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman has gained praise from fans after posting an unretouched bikini selfie. Shulman, who recently stepped down from the fashion bible after 25 years as editor-in-chief, is currently on holiday in Greece. Posting a selfie clad in just a bikini, the 59-year-old fashion maven was swiftly thanked by her thousands of followers. “Great post and pretty brave too,” commented one woman after seeing the esteemed journalist in a £20 Boden bikini. “Love that you did this for all of us women out there who want to give confidence to others to do the same,” said another. One woman said she was fed up of ‘Love Island’ bodies being touted as the golden standard, writing: “Good on you as we all need to see a real woman in her swim gear. It’s something the majority of women don’t enjoy doing but let’s make it about real women’s bodies and less Love Island. You look true and fab.” Some, however, said that the body positivity is too little, too late, writing that it would have been nice to see such images on the pages of British Vogue . “Wish you have done this when it was needed and seen by millions of Vogue readers and young girls, not now, as an effort to increase sales of your book,” commented one critic. Another said: “But why now?? I have given up Vogue as it has no reference to the life I lead or the clothes I wear. When will the fashion world really cater to the middle-aged who haven’t given up hope!!!!” Shulman joins the likes of 61-year-old Kris Jenner and 59-year-old Sharon Stone in posting a realistic unedited bikini selfie. A recent survey revealed that women over the age of 65 are in fact the most body confident. Primarily because they have better things to worry about than some cellulite. Take a look at the other well-known, 50- and 60-something women who have been praised for their bravery. Follow us on Instag r am and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Swimwear that’ll leave you feeling body confident Women over 65 are the most body confident because they have ‘better things to worry about’ Celebrities in bikinis: Swimwear inspiration courtesy of your favourite A-listers
When you think of "princess hair," the first thing that comes to mind is probably the Duchess of Cambridge's effortlessly chic blow drys. Turns out there's another kind of princess hair out there - and it comes straight from a fairy tale. It all started 14 years ago, when Russia-based Daria Gubanova had a friend who bet her that she couldn't grow out her hair.
Morgan Carnish is fighting cancer and on her way to recovery. The teen posed for her HS senior photos proudly rocking her baldness. The internet loves it.
When Holliday shared her take on a man whose Instagram post celebrating the curvy body of his wife went viral on July 31, Kang didn’t hold back.
A model who goes by MeccaThaModel on Instagram partnered with photographer Ricky Codio to do a stunning pregnancy photo shoot with body paint.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood didn't consider chemotherapy for lung cancer treatment because of its potential side effect: hair loss.
At 21, Sophie Turner hasn’t been in Hollywood for long, but she’s already learned some of the pitfalls of her industry. For a cover story in Porter magazine, the "Game of Thrones" star opened up about being asked to lose weight for a role.
"When I'm body-shamed, all I see is that that individual still buys into the lies we are taught and believe about bodies … it isn't based in any truth.”
“As a teenager, I was often teased by my friends for my attraction to girls on the thicker side, ones who were shorter and curvier."