“You know that scene where Mulan takes off her makeup? This is probably what she used.”
To help you successfully achieve your hair goals, we’ve rounded up a list of user-friendly styling tools to help tackle your hair routine with ease.
"I have tried/owned at a minimum of 5-10 different straighteners, both inexpensive and high end and this is the BEST.”
According to MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee, 680 tons of the tiny plastic balls are used in the UK each year and just one shower can wash up to 100,000 microbeads down the plughole and into the world’s seas. The problem is that because the beads are so small they are not filtered out by water treatment centres, which means they escape into the sea where they can be eaten by wildlife, and then enter the food chain.
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.
What is your red of choice? You want something that evokes this season’s statement trend, but also works to best complement your skin tone. Here are our expert's suggestions.
While our fascination with contouring may have waned—due to its over-saturation by various celebrities and YouTube tutorials, not to mention our overall boredom—our interest in razor-sharp cheekbones is still going strong.
Can using dry shampoo damage your scalp and cause hair loss? It may have happened to this young woman.
A trio of components compose Pat McGrath's latest makeup product, Skin Fetish (which comes in two shades): creamy highlighter, balm, and powdery pigment.
All thanks to a casserole dish! It was a Le Creuset pan that sparked Tara Button’s business idea. The brains behind the blurb is entrepreneur Tara Button. Inspired by her long-lasting Le Creuset casserole dish, Tara started to believe there must be more products out there with a lifetime guarantee, or at the very least some sort of promise from the manufacturer that they are designed to stand the test of time.
This sensitive skin cream lists all 10 easy-to-pronounce ingredients right on the back. (photo: Chanel) This year, out of nowhere, my sensitive skin got a whole lot more reactionary as I started experiencing allergic reactions with no rhyme or reason. I’m taking eyes swollen shut, rashes, hives, and trouble breathing kind of reactions. Multiple specialist and tests later, I now know I’m allergic to stone fruit (sayonara to my beloved peaches and cherries) and a few random nuts (which are frustratingly lurking in everything from smoothies to salads to skin cream).