"When I was growing up if I'd seen someone doing what I'm trying to do now, It would have made me feel a lot less alone."
Denise Chamberlain is now showing off the heart-shaped patch that frames her face after a lifetime of covering her skin with heavy makeup.
Everyone loved the powerful ad. The only problem is, people were confused about who the commercial was for. Many took to Twitter to mistakenly give Dove the credit for ... a Twitter ad.
Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
Scientists long believed that “Cheddar Man,” Britain’s oldest complete skeleton, was fair-haired and light-skinned.
"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."
Models might seem like untouchable superhumans who never feel the need to awkwardly rearrange the bridal party order so they can have their "good side" in photos, but as it turns out, they, too, have pores that release sebum. Which means that sometimes, they wind up with acne. And unlike us, when they wake up with a pimple, there's a good chance they'll have to answer for it — to makeup artists, designers, photographers, and casting agents.
Yulianna Yussef has amassed a large following on Instagram, thanks to her unique birthmarks. While she projects confidence, she says, she nevertheless struggles with her skin condition.
Digital collage artist Sara Shakeel wants to shine a new, positive light on stretch marks. So, she’s turning them into glitter marks.
To raise awareness of what it’s like to live with lupus, a young woman from Atlanta regularly posts selfies and details about the disorder on Instagram.
When Mandy Moore reaches out for help, she gets it. “Shower door handle- 1, Mandy- 0,” the This is Us star wrote under a photo of the side of her face, with visible bruising and stitches above her eye. Of course, fans have jumped in to save the day, offering their own at-home remedies to help Moore, who’s been filming her NBC show this summer.
"Double-cleansing allows the initial grime, makeup, pollution, and dirt from your day to be effectively and gently cleansed," says board-certified dermatologist Whitney Bowe.
"A touch of highlighter gives you such natural radiance, you hardly need any other makeup," says Mally Roncal. "Once women try it, they never want to go without it." Her technique is beyond easy and supersubtle. From Redbook
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