Beauty

Tristan Fewings Collagen is a protein that gives your skin its structure, elasticity, and strength; and according to board-certified dermatologist and founder of Avant Dermatology & Aesthetics, Sheila Farhang, M.D., we “lose approximately one percent of our skin’s collagen each year starting at the age of 20.” (Scary, we know.) This can manifest as sagging
0 Comments
If you were looking for a sign—a beauty bat signal, of sorts—that makeup was back and better than ever, allow us to introduce you to Zara Beauty. Announced today and launching May 12, fashion giant Zara is launching lipsticks, glosses, nail polishes, bronzers, and more in over 130 shades designed in collaboration with legendary makeup
0 Comments
My road to a Crohn’s diagnosis started when I was 13. I had always wanted to model, but I was sick so often—experiencing chronic loose stool and using the bathroom often—that I didn’t think it was a possibility for me. My pediatrician immediately referred me to a gastroenterologist, and because my symptoms were so severe,
0 Comments
Kevin Mazur While many musicians and celebrities opted to stay home this year for the Grammy awards, many still brought their A-game to tonight’s red carpet in looks that they’ve probably been dying to show off since the start of the pandemic. From graphic nails with intricate designs to perfectly primped hair to sparkles everywhere,
0 Comments
As Rihanna’s fans beg her to release her highly anticipated album, the singer turned mogul has other plans. The Badgal is adding more business endeavors to the Fenty brand. Her company, Roraj Trade, LLC, recently filed legal documents targeted towards hair care products and tools. On March 3, Rihanna trademarked “Fenty Hair,” a line that
0 Comments
2021’s smoothest, shiniest collaboration is coming to you straight from the drugstore beauty aisle. Dove’s Hair Therapy collection is teaming up with Brother Vellies and Fifteen Percent Pledge founder Aurora James for a limited-edition three-piece accessory collection. “Dove was one of the first brands I saw use women with different body shapes in their campaigns
0 Comments
I first heard the siren call 26 days into quarantine. During a 3 a.m. insomnia-induced Instagram scroll, I fixated on Bella Hadid’s 2019 blonde transformation, DM-ing it to ELLE’s beauty and health director with the succinct “Should I?” Apparently, I wasn’t the only one desiring change while in our Groundhog Day–esque shelter-in-place: Rosalía, Emily Ratajkowski,
0 Comments
Exactly one week before the 2020 presidential election, Lizzo wanted everyone to know that the last time we were on such a precipice, in 2016, a good portion of America’s eligible voting population did not cast a ballot. The message was particularly clear because the statistic sat atop her head: the numeral 40 and a
0 Comments
It’s no secret that the beauty industry is reliant on the wallets of women, but for a very long time the vast majority of product lines were founded by men—men who dictated standards of beauty, trends, and spending habits. But female beauty entrepreneurs have slowly gained ground—carving out space in an arena that’s supposed to
0 Comments
After 33 years, we’re heading back to the fictional nation of Zamunda with Prince Ackeem (Eddie Murphy) and Semmi (Arsenio Hall). To celebrate the Coming 2 America sequel hitting virtual theaters—Amazon Video—this Friday, Uoma Beauty collaborated with the film to launch an exclusive makeup collection highlighting the beauty of real African countries and pioneering figures.
0 Comments
First Glossier made our complexions dewier, then they made our shelfies more aesthetically pleasing. Now, the cult-loved beauty brand is coming to make our lives more organized—or our makeup situations at least. Unveiled this morning, Glossier has launched their first-ever makeup bag. The new beauty bag isn’t replacing the brand’s famous pink bubblewrap pouches (these
0 Comments