This look feels just as wearable in 2020 as it was in 2000.
"We want to be a brand that helps to redefine what 'aspirational' means for textured hair, and that includes normalizing certain styles of hair and building up all kinds of textures of hair as aspirational."
This week's picks include volumizing hair stylers, skin soothers for face and body and a lightweight sunscreen that's perfect for the dog days of summer.
Including dazzling makeup palettes, ritualistic self-care must-haves and a derm-favorite sunscreen.
Accompanied by the tiniest custom Valentino bag for housing 'all of [her] f*cks to give.'
The cosmetics conglomerate will acquire a 20% stake in the KKW Beauty business and help it expand into new categories.
Including protective hair care, an artful eye-makeup palette and one of the prettiest highlighters we've ever seen.
"I'm going to tell my whole damn industry to pull up."
Be it via trippy toadstool motifs or calming adaptogenic blends, fungi are sprouting into our consumer lives.
Including moisturizing hair care, fancy beauty tools and a CBD tincture that brings all the ~chill~ vibes.
The actress and beauty founder also posted a personal message to fans about Pattern's "Phase 2" and the importance of celebrating the beauty of Blackness.
An iconic moment in celebrating natural textured hair.
Including a calming face cream, summer ready lip colors and a multi-tasking oil for hair and body.
Including vivid lipsticks, neon eye makeup, soothing body products and natural hair care — all from Black-owned brands.
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Just a few years after the brand dropped its contract with Bergdorf in response to her social media posts about racism and white supremacy.
One Midwestern salon owner shares his perspective and fears about reopening.
Including a dermatologist-recommended sunscreen, an editor-beloved cleanser and a root touch-up spray we could probably all use right about now.
We sought out products to soothe our stress breakouts, our muscle tension, our frizz and our minds.
"I want to see a person of color at the top," Campbell said of makeup artist and brand founder McGrath.
It's maudlin yet campy, mesmerizing to watch come to life and conveys just the right amount of anguish — but in, like, a fun way.