Lipsticks, mascaras and other cosmetics can potentially carry COVID-19, and are a gateway to your respiratory tract and eyes.
The billionaire beauty guru's "harsh" walnut scrub and $10 face wipes are generating backlash.
Teflon is in a class of fluorinated chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), which have been linked to cancer, thyroid disease, and reduced effectiveness of childhood vaccines.
Rihanna has been teasing Fenty Beauty's next product launch on Instagram and you probably haven't even noticed. The singer has shared that her makeup brand is coming out with Mattemoiselle matte lipsticks, available in 16 shades. See all of the available colors, along with which ones Rihanna has been wearing right here.
f you’re one of many falling for the lovable characters and sweet story of "Atypical," there might be one character in particular with whom you feel a familiar connection: Paige, played by Jenna Boyd. The girl who played a tearjerker role in "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" is all grown up now.
A potential investor once doubted that women would buy beauty products from Jamie Kern Lima. He doesn’t doubt her now.
Vitamin D is often thought of as a natural source of energy and happiness, with most people even taking a supplement if they feel they aren’t exposed to the sun often enough. While the sun’s happy effects can brighten our moods and even cause an entire continent to take time out of their day to look up, what is this burning ball of fire doing to our favourite beauty products and treatments?Click through the gallery above to see how the sun is damaging your favourite beauty products, and let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.
A federal ban of triclosan will follow the Minnesota state ban in 2017. Minnesota has officially become the first state to ban soaps containing triclosan, a once widely used antibacterial chemical that has been proved to “disrupt sex and thyroid hormones and other bodily functions” and which scientists believe can lead to strains of resistant bacteria, according to CBS News. It turns out triclosan is not just unhealthy for our bodies, but it’s also poisonous to the environment, as researchers at the University of Minnesota found.
While we’re used to seeing celebrities all glammed up on the red carpet, a number of them are choosing to go au-naturel, embracing their natural features instead. Kim Kardashian was the latest celeb to jump on the #nomakeup movement by showing up bare-faced to Balenciaga’s 2017 spring show in Paris yesterday. So we took a look at a few other celebrities who’ve also gone makeup-free and still look amazing! Click through the gallery to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
BB, CC and DD creams are the latest skincare/make up hybrid to take the beauty world by storm. BB Creams are a staple in Korean skin care but have only recently become super popular over the last few years. A BB cream is a ‘beauty balm’ that acts as a do it all base with skin care benefits.
Finding a beauty product that is an instant wonder can take a lot of trial and error (not to mention $$$). The formula includes aloe vera extract to help preserve the skins softness while giving your complexion a healthy-looking glow.
The world is still mourning after this past weekend’s mass shooting at Pulse, a gay Orlando nightclub, that left 49 dead and 53 injured - the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.People flooded social media with posts and pictures tagged with #PrayForOrlando, many of them featuring the colours of the rainbow, a symbol of the LGBTQ community. Amongst them, beauty bloggers created their own colourful tributes, incorporating rainbow colours into their routines. Click through the gallery to see some of their beauty looks and let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
A new study shows that wearing makeup affects how men and women perceive a woman's social status, but in different ways.
How many times have you reached your travel destination only to unpack your checked-in luggage to find that your foundation has leaked, or the precious serum you spent $$$ on is now all over your clothes, or that the your favourite eye shadow or blush has completely shattered. Yup, I’ve been there, makeup and heart both shattered into a million pieces. Don’t rely on that “fragile” tag on your bag, here are four packing tips so you’ll never have to find another broken beauty product.
A great nude lipstick is the cornerstone of most makeup collections but for many women with darker skin it can be a minefield finding the right one. Classically nude products are usually associated with pink or salmon tones and whilst these soft pink hues work great for lighter skin they can be less flattering on darker skintones.
I’m one of those people who get in the shower and go rogue with the conditioner – we’re talking a palm-sized portion if my hair is extra tangled.