• The 8 best facial-hair removal products for women, according to reviewers

    The best facial hair-removal tools you can use in the comfort of your home.

  • You’re More Likely to Be Left-Handed if You Have a Slim Jawline

    Individuals with a slender jaw and a convex facial profile are more likely to be left-handed, according to a new study.

  • Hair Loss, Warts, and Scars: Scientists ID the Facial Features Villains Have in Common

    As a whole, movie villains have a certain look: They’re usually not as good-looking as the movie’s hero, and have certain physical features that make them seem more evil than other characters. Scientists say villains have certain facial features in common, such as dark under-eye circles and wrinkles. For the study, researchers took a look at the all-time top 10 film heroes and villains from the American Film Institute’s 100 Greatest Heroes and Villains List.

  • This Is The World’s Most Desirable Face, Apparently

    [Photo: Dr Julian De Silva]

  • How to exfoliate based on your skin type

    Over exfoliating can wreck havoc with your skin making it raw and sensitive. The key is knowing how often you need to exfoliate and finding the right exfoliator for your skin type. If you’re exfoliating with chemicals like Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) and Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHAs), don’t forget the sunscreen! Exfoliating leaves your skin sensitive to the sun so always slather on the SPF before leaving the house to prevent any spots and pigmentation.

  • Should You Ever Pop That Spot?

    “Picking or popping a pimple can lead to the introduction of bacteria into your skin, making the acne worse and possibly leading to infection,” says Dr Murad, dermatologist and founder of Murad skincare. “Virtually everyone with acne picks at their skin but picking blemishes can make them appear worse than they really are,” explains Dr Murad.

  • Turns out you’ve been using face wipes wrong this whole time

    Not a fan of face wipes? It might have something to do with the way you’re using them. 

  • Here’s What Pat McGrath’s New Makeup Looks Like on 3 Different Skin Tones

    A trio of components compose Pat McGrath's latest makeup product, Skin Fetish (which comes in two shades): creamy highlighter, balm, and powdery pigment.

  • How to get a seriously radiant complexion — 7 products that will revive dull skin

    Thankfully, there are some some awesome beauty products that can help revive your skin, leaving you with a naturally radiant complexion. The light refreshing touch of orange oil is an extra wakeup call for tired, dull skin and it has a bright and energizing citrus scent. This express treatment is formulated with water-activated Vitamin C that reduces small skin imperfections and transforms dull-looking skin into a bright, toned and smooth complexion.

  • Everything You Need To Know About Micro-Needling

    The current in-office gold standards —laser treatments, injectables, Thermage — are costly, and even a trip to your aesthetician for something like an acid peel or microdermabrasion can hit your bank account hard.

  • Serums: A guide

    Are you using a serum? Surely you’ve seen these expensive vials wedged between the moisturizers and cleansers at beauty counters, but you’re not alone in struggling to understand what exactly they are – and whether you should be using one.  ALSO SEE: Clear out your cupboards! These are the only skin care products you actually need “Serums are basically concentrated ingredients,” explains Martie Gidon, a Toronto-based dermatologist at Gidon Aesthetics & Medispa.

  • 11 ridiculous beauty trends you probably should skip

    The internet is full of beauty trends. Heck, we’re guilty of posting some of the most outrageous ones here. But when it comes to actually trying these out in the real world, sometimes you have a draw the line.  Here are 11 of the most recent trends that while pretty, might not be worth the effort.

  • Here are the 20 most beautiful faces of 2015

    Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder but that doesn’t stop independent critic TC Chandler from weighing in each year.  Click through the gallery above to see 20 of the most beautiful faces around the world, as voted by the critics. 

  • Beauty store uses your face to determine what language you speak

    Creativity-Online The Asian beauty market is known for its innovation, but the latest technology is taking things next level.  Popular Japanese makeup retailer, Ainz & Tulpe is the largest in the country and has long been a popular destination for shoppers both locally and abroad. Over the last few years there has been growing frustration over the inability to communicate with customers as more and more non Japanese-speaking shoppers make a special trip to Tokyo to visit the store. According to a video published by Creativity-Online, only 3 per cent of Japanese people are able to speak a foreign language, which makes it difficult for staff to cater to the growing number of foreign shoppers. 

  • Your face may hold clues to your health

    Ancient ayurvedic and Chinese medicine practices have long looked to the face for clues on what is happening with the rest of the body. Lips Are you getting enough iron?

  • The Best Sunscreen For Your Face

    While daily SPF is necessary year round, the strong summer rays require a more intense sunscreen protection when spending time outdoors. Many people have the same complaints: Sunscreen clogs pores, feels heavy, rubs off too quickly, stings eyes, or flat our doesn?t work the way it says it will. These nine formulas all pass the test.

  • Paris Fashion Week Was All About That Face

    The clothes were great, the accessories pretty cool, but Paris Fashion Week was all about the face. Designers decorated models' mugs like it was a previously undiscovered entity, dethroning butt, boobs, and legs as the "It" body part of the season. From makeup that looked as if it was applied by a child at Margiela to Goldmember James Bond girls part deux at Rick Owens, a merely touched-up mug was out and overdone in clown paint so in. More from Yahoo Style: The Best Street Style of Fashion Month: New York, London, Milan, and Paris You Can Buy Dolce & Gabbana's Bejeweled Headphones for $7K Would You Wear Face Jewelry

  • One Product That Does Everything—Really

    Being a beauty editor turned me into a product junkie. My powder room’s uninhabitable once the temperature reaches 100, meaning I need one product that does everything. Leonor Grey’s Huile Secret de Beaute ($66) is a lightweight mix of natural vegetable oils that moisturizes my skin, enhances my tan, and bestows a glow on my face, while nourishing and de-frizzing my hair.