"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.
Keke Palmer knows how to tell it like it is. Keke Palmer deserves a hearty round of applause for three reasons right now. Last, but certainly not least, Palmer vented, shut down a hater-friend, and delivered a message all in one casual sitting on the pressures of always looking perfect, which many women can probably relate to.
Let me give you a little background on Dr. Colbert: He studied at the Faculté Libre de Médicine de Lille in France, got his degree from New York Medical College, and completed his dermatology residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital in New York. Dr. Colbert is in Paris performing his new “runway facial” on the models. According to Dr. Colbert, the Runway Facial is unique in using more techniques and cutting-edge technology than you would usually encounter in a face-pampering session.
Celebrity groomer Christine Nelli moisturized the “Starboy’s” lips with a $60 tube of RéVive Intensite Moisturizing Lip Balm Luxe Conditioner — yep, $60.
Follow our guide to help keep your face from looking like a wicked witch prank that went way too far into the next morning.
While we already knew for a fact that Viola Davis was many things — strong, well-spoken, a humanitarian, Emmy award-winning, trail-blazing — we had no idea she was also a closeted beauty junkie.
From sheet masks to fermented ingredients, DIY beauty hacks to LED light therapy, there’s a lot to be gained from Korean beauty care. We’ve even consulted beauty guru, Michelle Phan, about her go-to products and treatments, which we’ve divulged below. Phan notes she’s been using Korean beauty products for years and “swears by their skin care products.” Scroll through the slideshow above to see some of our favourite Korean beauty products, and let us know which ones you’d try by tweeting @YahooStyleCA
At some point in your life, you’ve probably dealt with dark circles under your eyes. Others include consuming too much sodium, lack of sleep, allergies, irritation from makeup removal and some even suggest sleeping on your stomach can increase the puffiness and dark circles around your eyes. For those wishing to remedy the situation, here are some products and simple tricks to aid in the combat against dark eye circles and bags. Keep in mind that you don’t need to cover up dark circles, these examples are just for those who are on the hunt for options.
BB, CC and DD creams are the latest skincare/make up hybrid to take the beauty world by storm. BB Creams are a staple in Korean skin care but have only recently become super popular over the last few years. A BB cream is a ‘beauty balm’ that acts as a do it all base with skin care benefits.
We love summer. Heading to the beach, lounging by the pool or just spending endless hours basking in the warm breeze. After a long Canadian winter, summer is all about spending time outside. But all of that fresh air (and sun) can often lead to sunburns.
A must-have for many professional makeup artists, Bioderma Sensibio H2O is a non-detergent, non-foaming micellar water with neutral pH that is perfect for removing makeup even on the most sensitive skin. The packaging, as well as the formula, is incredibly similar to Bioderma’s Micellar Solution and as a little bonus, it also comes in a waterproof version capable of removing even stubborn water-resistant makeup. Physicians Formula Argan Oil has the same rich, conditioning benefits and is just as great at multitasking.
This affordable option from Rimmel glides onto the skin, immediately blurring over shiny patches in the T-zone, and creates a fantastic base for foundation to adhere to. If you regularly notice that your foundation sticks to dry patches, this primer is the one for you.
In recent years, skincare brands have launched a face mask in virtually every texture and formula under the sun. To spare you the confusion, we’ve compiled a list of fabulous face masks, ranging from powders, to gels, and even ones in handy sheet form, so you can find the perfect treatment to get your skin glowing.
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.
Charlotte Cho, founder of Soko Glam, has released a guide to Korean beauty. Charlotte Cho, founder of online Korean beauty destination Soko Glam, is releasing her first book and it’s officially the new K-Beauty bible. In The Little Book of Skin Care ($15), Cho talks about the journey that led her to launch Soko Glam in 2012, from her do-nothing attitude about skin care as a teen in California (“I was determined to blaze my own trail, and going to sleep without moisturizing my face — or even (gasp!) washing it — was my forte.”) to diving deep into the world of K-beauty after moving to Seoul after college.
Rob Lowe may be the 51-year-old star of “The Grinder,” but in our minds he’ll forever remain the handsome Brat Pack star of the ‘80s. How is it possible that this guy doesn’t age? Lowe’s complex grooming regimen may have something to do with it. While in Yahoo Beauty’s Hot Seat, the actor revealed his obsession with eye masks (“[it’s] a little bit like crack for the eyes”) and his own brand Profile’s Revive Eye Rescue Serum (he recently tweeted that the product is #1 for all sales of Nordstrom online).