• Demi Lovato ditches her makeup for empowering Vogue shoot
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    Krista Thurrott

    Demi Lovato ditches her makeup for empowering Vogue shoot

    Demi Lovato was recently featured on Vogue’s Instagram account in a video that shows the 25-year-old peeling away the layers of her makeup face to reveal her her bare, freckled skin. Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) shares everything with her fans, from drug and alcohol addiction to her eating disorder. “I think society tells us we need makeovers, but why can’t we embrace the beauty that we naturally have?” says Lovato.

  • Mary J. Blige opens up about ditching her wigs and stripping down to her natural hair for 'Mudbound'
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    Leah Prinzivalli

    Mary J. Blige opens up about ditching her wigs and stripping down to her natural hair for 'Mudbound'

    Since the '90s, Blige has been slaying red carpets, music videos, and performances with curated outfits that evoke a signature style. But for her Oscar-nominated role as a sharecropper's wife, Blige was asked to let that all go.

  • Paris Jackson rocks bohemian dress in rare appearance with brother Prince
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    Nisean Lorde

    Paris Jackson rocks bohemian dress in rare appearance with brother Prince

    The 19-year-old stunned in an off-the-shoulder floral print while her brother opted for jeans.

  • Gen Natural: These side-by-side comparisons prove that women don't need makeup to be beautiful
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    Yahoo Canada Style

    Gen Natural: These side-by-side comparisons prove that women don't need makeup to be beautiful

    “In a world dominated by perfection, you’d be mistaken for thinking we are on a mission to continually better ourselves – and always look our best, no matter what.”

  • Ashley Graham looks more beautiful than ever in makeup-free selfie
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    Nisean Lorde

    Ashley Graham looks more beautiful than ever in makeup-free selfie

    Leave it to Ashley Graham to look even more flawless sans makeup. Lily Collins also recently showed off her natural beauty in a make-up free selfie on Instagram, proving that she doesn’t need a tube of lipstick or a slather of foundation to pull-off a glowing complexion.

  • 8 ways I switched up my beauty routine after finding out I was pregnant
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    Simone Olivero

    8 ways I switched up my beauty routine after finding out I was pregnant

    When you find out you’re pregnant, a lot of emotions go through your head – in fact, you pretty much turn into a ball of emotions. Click through the gallery above to see which beauty products I swapped out.

  • Natural Beauty Products to Give This Holiday
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    Alexandra Perron

    Natural Beauty Products to Give This Holiday

    There is a good chance there is someone on your holiday shopping list that has gone all natural in the beauty department. To help make gift giving a little bit easier, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite natural and clean beauty products, from red lipstick to nourishing face oil. These beauty gifts will deliver great results (and props to the mindful shopper) without a lengthy ingredient list. Related: Holiday Gift Guide: Unexpected and Understated Blue Gifts The HBFIT Holiday Gift Guide

  • Why I’ll Always Turn Down Free Botox
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    Joanna Douglas

    Why I’ll Always Turn Down Free Botox

    True beauty comes from within. (Photo: Trunk Archive / Stephanie Rausser)

  • The 14 Best Bee Beauty Products
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    Noël Duan

    The 14 Best Bee Beauty Products

    While it’s true that bee populations, including those of honeybees, are being systematically diminished by almost 50 percent by climate change, human invasion, and, yes, even stress (according to New York Magazine), beauty products made out of beeswax, honey, and Royal Jelly aren’t culpable for the seemingly imminent extinction. “The proportion of wax and honey used in cosmetics is a very small amount,” Norman Carreck, Science Director of the International Bee Research Association, tells Yahoo Beauty. Beeswax is a much more sustainable product than paraffin wax, made from petroleum, and honey is a much more sustainable product than sugar, made from sugar beet.” Through cross-pollination, the honeybee contributes to many industries that have contributions in the beauty industry. For example, in the January 8, 2010 issue of Science, Carreck notes, “The California almond industry alone is worth $2 billion annually and relies on over 1 million honey bee hives for cross-pollination.” In the United States alone, the number of hives has decreased from six million after the Second World War to only 2.4 million nowadays.

  • Spa Insider: San Francisco’s Skin Remedy
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    Noël Duan

    Spa Insider: San Francisco’s Skin Remedy

    Tucked behind a gated alleyway in Presidio Heights, San Francisco, where affluent resident neighbors compost their single-origin coffee grinds in their multi-million dollar mansions. The entrance to Skin Remedy, located behind an alleyway in Presidio Heights. The Vermont native started her career in Los Angeles in 2004, but moved to San Francisco after realizing the Northern Californian emphasis on healthy living instead of aesthetics was better suited for herself.

  • Teen Beauty Moguls on Balancing School and Work
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    Noël Duan

    Teen Beauty Moguls on Balancing School and Work

    Six teen beauty brand founders of Willa, Beauteque, Emi-Jay, Nudestix, and Man Cans tell us about going back to school.

  • Burt’s Bees Co-Founder Burt Shavitz Dies at 80
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    Joanna Douglas

    Burt’s Bees Co-Founder Burt Shavitz Dies at 80

    The company released the following statement on its website and social media late last night: “It is with broken hearts that we must convey the saddest news: Burt Shavitz, our co-founder and namesake, has left for greener fields and wilder woods."

  • Smart & Easy Advice on Natural Beauty, Health & Wellness
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    Sara Bliss

    Smart & Easy Advice on Natural Beauty, Health & Wellness

    “This book is not meant to change you in a weekend.” That is how The New Health Rules by Integrative Doctor Frank Lipman and writer Danielle Claro begins. I am always hearing conflicting advice.