The "Riverdale" star proved you don't have to break the bank to look like a million bucks.
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"I feel like I have embraced my acne by not hiding it anymore, and [now I] just kind of be real with myself and real with other people."
Glitter-emblazoned bums, eyeball-inspired lip art and regal brows have dominated our social media feeds this year.And just as we’d begun to understand the hype surrounding one bizarre beauty trend, another started to rack up the hearts on Instagram.Though it’s hardly surprising, as 2017 has been one of the most experimental years to date with make-up artists and beauty junkies far and wide desperate to out-do each other with the most obscure challenges.And as we approach the New Year, we deemed it the perfect opportunity to reflect on the most ridiculous beauty trends of 2017.Here’s hoping they won’t make a comeback in 2018…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: You can decorate your brows as well as your tree this ChristmasFeather brows are taking Instagram by stormWoman applies make-up using leftover food, as you do
We love it when celebrities go makeup-free. It’s a #filterfree look into today’s unrealistic beauty standards and gives us a much-needed reminder that no one is perfect.And if you’ve ever wanted to see what your favourite celebs look like underneath all that makeup, well, there’s an app for that.MakeApp allows you to “remove” and “add” makeup to any photo or video. Click through the gallery above to see what some celebs might look like sans makeup and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
Steal Her Job is our brand new video series where we interview some of the coolest women in the country about the highs and lows of their careers as well as finding out how you can follow in their footsteps. First up is Benefit's head make-up artist and brow expert, Lisa Potter-Dixon. She gives us the lowdown on what make-up artists really earn, just how manic London Fashion Week is and what it really takes to beat the stiff competition in the beauty industry. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Dr Pimple Popper talks spot popping, viral fame and the pressures of YouTube Marguerite is the women-only club breaking barriers in the art world Meet Rain Dove: the firefighter turned model who embraces being genderless
A Kansas makeup artist says she was disqualified after winning a Kat Von D Instagram contest because she supports Donald Trump.
London Fashion Week Men’s isn’t all about the fashion – there’s a whole lot of beauty trends that emerge, too. Big brows? That came from Fashion Week. Slicked back hair? Also, Fashion Week.But there are always some hair and make-up looks that we probably won’t be recreating anytime soon.This season, we’ve seen painted-on mouths (thanks, Liam Hodges. We’ll be having nightmares for a good few weeks), wet-look fringes and glitter hair for men courtesy of TOPMAN Design. In addition to plenty more.So, without further ado, here are the beauty and grooming trends we probably won’t be working in the foreseeable future…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Glitter hair for guys is a thing now, according to TopmanCuddly but not cute at Liam Hodges’ SS18 showNigel Cabourn took military style to the next level at LFWM
Emily Jones, an aspiring makeup artist from London, is making waves on social media thanks to her glittering looks and fierce spirit.
Alicia Keys' #nomakeup movement has sparked a whole host of envy from those of us without flawless skin. After appearing on several red carpets and performing on The X Factor last night – sans make-up, of course – everyone is wondering: how does she look so good?Luckily, Alicia's make-up artist has spoken out on just how to get the 35-year-old's natural glow. Aside from eating healthily and getting regular facials, here's everything you need to know.10 products you should never put on your skinDemi Lovato and 26 more celebs who look better with no make-up
We’ve just checked the celebrity forecast and discovered there’s zero percent chance of chill, as Lindsay Lohan recently decided to comment snide remarks on Ariana Grande’s Instagram post.
Be honest when was the last time you cleaned your make-up brushes? Anthea Page has decided to call out professionals in the fashion and beauty industry after she got an eye infection from make-up brushes used backstage at a show. The model, who’s featured in Harpers Bazaar and Cosmo Bride, contracted a strain of staphylococcus aureus, and claims the infection lead to her being forced to cancel her modelling commitments and take strong antibiotics to rid her of the bacterial infection.
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.