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From the transformative, acne-covering makeup tutorial to leopard eyeshadow, see which beauty videos have garnered the most eyes.
While some might have been too taken with her Jean Paul Gaultier couture gown to notice, Rihanna made a major beauty statement with her wrap-around hairstyle last night at the 2013 American Music Awards.
It’s (finally) our birthdays and we’ll explain astrology how we want to.
It’s also worth noting that Alan Cumming goes nuts for nuts.
Eyes are often named as the first thing one notices on a person, but it seems boring old irises just aren’t doing the trick for millennials.
The model/illustrator makes a strong case for not wearing your hair out all holiday season.
For those unschooled in food-related hairstyles or antipodean savory pastry snacks, the ‘mince and cheese’ was a look popularized at the tail end of the ‘90s, with brown on top and blonde underneath.
It’s officially our favorite time of the year to experiment with beauty, because if ever there were a time to paint on purple eyeshadow and siren red lipstick, it’s for one of the many sumptuous holiday fêtes.
It’s long been our belief that if it’s too good to be try, it probably is — especially in domains of fashion and beauty. So imagine our skepticism upon learning that there’s a pill that can weatherproof our skin.
Watch out Chloe Nørgaard, you’re about to have a lot more competition in the harlequin hair department.
We can’t think of a better time to experiment with unconventional lip colors than a snow day, particularly when you might still have some Halloween leftovers that certainly shouldn’t go to waste.
What’s worse: Falling for weight loss supplement claims, or employing the same bogus tricks they use for their before and after photos on your own?
Prada‘s younger, cuter sister recently signed a fragrance deal with Coty, and until its 2015 launch date rolls around, we’ve got free rein to mentally concoct the scent of our polka-dotted, swan-printed dreams. (We’re available for hire, Miuccia.)
Okay, it’s All Hallows Eve. You don’t yet have a costume. All the ones at Ricky’s are now 30 to 50% off, but you’d rather just pay the full $64.99 + tax than get in a physical altercation with a 16-year-old over the last Sexy Aviator outfit. But fear not! If you’d rather keep you pants on tomorrow, you can do absolutely paralyzingly terrifying things using only makeup and your own face.
In all the excitement about Halloween, you could be forgiven for forgetting about National Cat Day. But you couldn’t be forgiven for choosing not to celebrate it, because furry baby animals! Cat ears on grown women! Also, cat manicures!
This week we’re grabbing our figurative shovels and heading to the digital graveyard of Spring 2014 fashion month to bring the season’s most outré looks back to life.
Halloween has many things in common with fashion week — the crazy outfits, the obsessive Instagramming, the alcohol and sugary snack foods that usurp the role of nutritious meals. They’re also both great times to experiment with unconventional beauty trends.
We might be exhibiting the textbook symptoms of psychological projection, but it makes us feel a little less alone if we pretend the undisclosed locations everyone else is working from don’t have heat and smell like burnt toast too.
If I’ve learned anything over the last hour or so it’s that there’s nothing more frightening than a combination of glitter, skulls, orange and poor coordination. As such, the Halloween manicure is dangerous territory for people who want to look Mean Girls scary rather than scary scary.
Guys, maybe Kate Winslet wasn’t Photoshopped on her Vogue cover. Maybe it was just makeup, because holy shit, that is some powerful stuff. Just check out this photo posted by makeup artist Melissa Murphy on Reddit that demonstrates the incredible transforming power of cosmetics.