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With summer fast approaching, we are getting ready to embark on many weekend trips. This said, we often find ourselves in a bit of a packing predicament as we only have so much room in our weekender bags. Through trial and error, we’ve discovered that a great way to conserve space is by editing down our beauty stash.
Back in the day, your mom used a bar of soap for everything—washing hands, body, and face. And once gals started catching on—that maybe there was more to moisture than just a bar of soap—well then came the 3-step process. Here’s a breakdown of what that middle step is all about.
We’ve rounded up some helpful products for prepping dry winter lips for action, be it kissing, drinking, or crying, “Slainté!“
Raiding a guy’s beauty stash has never been easier! Jemma Kidd explains the best products “For Him” to steal in a pinch.
If you’re a fashion designer, launching a full cosmetics collection is a big undertaking — especially if you run a relatively new brand. But Tom Ford says he’s excited about the new beauty products he’s working on, and that might be because he already uses a little makeup on himself here and there.
Yes, I was an 11-year-old makeup addict. And when I was a tween, lip products were like crack. Lip gloss, lipstick, lip tint — I probably had a minimum of three tubes of lip something on me at all times.
In Seattle, an eight-year-old was kicked out of her class for using a hair product that her teacher claims to be allergic to.
A few days ago, an angry QVC customer posted a complaint on the company’s website that would turn any mother’s stomach sour. Someone at QVC, the commenter claims, doesn’t care much for seals or for the fact that customers might not want to purchase a pre-used product.
The snooze button is my best friend, I’m lucky if I’m out of bed by 9:30am, and I only wash my hair two or three times per week, avoiding the elbow grease it takes to properly blow-out and style my frizz-prone waves. As for makeup? Two minutes and bam! I’m done. Over the years, I’ve learned countless tricks to cut down on my beauty routine. Here are the lazy girl essentials I couldn’t survive without.
For most people we know, a trip to Sephora can get ugly fast. A lash-enhancing serum here, a gold-infused facial cream there — and before you know it, the rent has gone down the drain right along with that delicious sea-salt infused body scrub. So, take it from a fellow product whore, the drugstore is your friend. And from our experience, one with some serious benefits.
Your alarm goes off…or, even worse, hasn’t. Either way, you’re faced with one-of-life’s-worst-moments: that terrifying realization, after convincing yourself it’s the weekend, that you have 30 minutes to make an important meeting. And you look like absolute s—t. Don’t panic. We’ve compiled the experts and products to get you looking (though probably not feeling) fresh.