That iconic little pink-and-green-tube has quite the backstory.
It all has to do with YouTubers, the Kardashians and (of course) Rihanna's Fenty Beauty.
Lauren Conrad's single mascara tear, Annalise Keating's dramatic wig scene — these are the images you can't forget (because pop culture won't let you).
Chances are, you've seen a runway collection or five inspired by one of these chic, classic movies.
The business known for moving fast is taking time to slow down.
Got a lemon of a self-tanner on your hands? It turns out an actual lemon (as in, from the grocery store) can help. Read on for that and other self tanner correction tips we got from the best bronzing experts out there--and never walk outside looking like an Oompa Loompa ever again!
Dying to try out a complicated Game of Thrones Daenerys Targaryen braid or get that flowy Russian spy mane that Keri Russell sports in The Americans? Whether you're a vintage maven like Megan Draper on Mad Men or a modern New Girl, YouTube has you covered.
Blow-dry bars are all the rage in certain cities right now, but there's nothing more convenient than being able to create looks in the privacy of your own home. Still, it's not always an easy thing to do on your own head. Luckily, heat tools (blow dryers, curling irons, flat irons, etc.,) have come a long way from the appliances of yore. There are blow dryers boasting the same motors used in your garden-variety male midlife crisis convertible (seriously, the Ferrari dryer exists). There are curling irons, wave-makers and flat irons that can turn even the frizziest, unruly hair into spun silk, no matter which hair care and styling products are used. And in the last few months in particular, there have been many technological advances in the hair heat tool space.