Happy 71st birthday, Cher! We’re turning back time with the legendary diva for a look at our favourite glamour moments throughout her six-decade-long career.
Cara Delevingne didn't hesitate to shave her head to play a young girl suffering from cancer in an upcoming film, despite what other people told her.
The young woman, who posts as DisregardThisOrDont, wrote of her journey through addiction to recovery, "I realized the only way to get help is to ask."
Sarah Orrick, an 11-year-old girl in Newcastle, Okla., decided to cut her hair after her little sister Jorgia, 9, came home from school one day feeling upset because the boys in her class were making fun of her for cutting her waist-length hair into a shorter ’do.
Lizzie Velasquez is a well-known motivational speaker, but she never signed up to be the subject of a cruel meme. Velasquez, who was born with a rare, undiagnosed congenital disease that causes the inability to put on body fat, came upon a meme using her picture and poking fun at her frail appearance.
Two types of skin cancer are on the rise. Over a 10-year period, the number of diagnoses of two nonmelanoma skin cancers has increased at an alarming rate.
Natural hair, for more and more celebrities, beauty gurus, and other high-profile women of color — including newly crowned Miss USA Kara McCullough — has become a gorgeous badge of honor. But schools across the country, it seems, have remained behind the curve.
All eyes were on the 63-year-old, who stepped out in a belly-baring crop top that showed off abs that would be impressive at any age.
Kylie Jenner, woman of mystery, doesn't always keep her plump lips sealed. She revealed to Fast Company that the enigmatic arm featured in her Snapchat Lip Kit swatches belongs to a human being who is officially employed as Jenner's housekeeper and not as an arm model. SEE ALSO: According to the preview of Kylie Jenner's show, You! Don't! Know! Kylie! Jenner! When a product drops, Jenner likes to take full advantage of the frenzy by fully immersing herself in the Kylie Cosmetics social media world, like some sort of Lip Kit Clark Kent. "Everyone knows when I’m releasing a product on Snapchat that I will be MIA for the next hour and a half," explains the kosmetics kween. "I’m running around my house, finding the perfect lighting, the perfect swatches." Which one's your #fav? Kimmie or Kiki? (Song: Pull Up Wit Ah Stick - Sahbabii Feat Loso Loaded) A post shared by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on Apr 26, 2017 at 10:08am PDT Her housekeeper, however, does know where to find Jenner, who is likely using her limbs as a coloring book. "My housekeeper, I use her arm for my Snapchats. She has the best arm for swatches. She’s so nice and just sits there and has her arm ready and lets me do my thing. I care a lot about what my products look like when people first see them." A post shared by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on Apr 22, 2017 at 4:00am PDT Jenner, who may or may not have inspired Radiohead's King of Limbs, also says she micromanages the Kylie Cosmetics social profiles, and will only reach out for help from an assistant if she's having extra trouble keeping up with being Kylie. But rest assured, no inferior arm will survive Kylie's ruthless judgement. "Sometimes I delete all her pictures," says Jenner. "I’m like, I don’t like that, it needs to look like this." Thank you for the kwality kontrol, Kylie. WATCH:
Caring for your hair and scalp with a proper shampoo and conditioner regimen can help prevent damaged tresses in the future — thing is, there are so many haircare myths floating around that what’s often meant to revitalize your hair can be counterproductive. For example, prolonging the time between hair washes can have a negative impact on the hair and scalp over time, according to Dr. Rolanda Wilkerson, Principal Scientist at Head & Shoulders. “Just like facial skin, scalp skin needs to be cleansed and cared for as well, especially if you use styling products or leave on treatments which can also deposit on the scalp,” Wilkerson tells Yahoo Canada.
A charter school in Massachusetts is being accused of discrimination because it bans students from wearing braids and hair extensions.
Cherelle Neille is a 26-year-old single mother of one. Cherelle Neille is a 26-year-old shop assistant from Manchester, U.K.. With thick, luscious curly locks, a tall svelte frame and an Angelina Jolie-esque pout — Neille is undeniably gorgeous. The problem is, Neille allegedly claimed she is too good looking to find a boyfriend.
Celebrity airbrushing is causing quite a stir in the age of body-confidence — but actress Monica Bellucci is candidly touting its value. The brunette beauty expressed her gratitude for Photoshop, declaring “Thank heavens for retouching,” in a interview with AFP. Bellucci, who at 50 became the oldest Bond Girl ever, told the French news outlet she had learned to accept “seeing [her] face change,” but wouldn’t say no to a little touch up.
“I’m not a very fashionista type of a person. I like to be comfortable,” says the “Snatched” co-star. “I have so many more important things to do.”
To promote its upcoming Wonder Woman film, Warner Bros. has partnered with the protein-focused nutrition company ThinkThin, and it's causing quite a stir.
Model Maeve Madden is gaining attention for sharing her battle with body acceptance and journey to health on Instagram.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month — and in honour of that, many bloggers are sharing their photos of what mental health or chronic illness really looks like to help break the stigma. Milly Smith (a.k.a. selfloveclubb on Instagram) suffers from chronic illness.
Summer is almost upon us, which means chants of “bikini season” and “find your summer body” grow louder each day. “Why are we so afraid of these bumps and ripples?” she says in a recent Instagram post.
Body positivity activist Milly Smith (a.k.a. selfloveclubb) has taken to Instagram to prove that clothing sizing doesn’t truly matter. To prove it, Smith tried on two different pairs of pants of the same size from the same store — but only one fit perfectly. “Clothes sizing doesn’t define your worth.
According to a new study published in the journal “Psychonomic Bulletin & Review,” people who smile are perceived as two years older than their actual age.