Including deals on some of our very favorite brands, like Summer Fridays, Biossance, Then I Met You and Pat McGrath Labs.
This haircut verges on mullet — but, like, in a good way?
Including dazzling highlighter palettes, shine-enhancing hair treatments and mood-lifting eye makeup.
Aveda Cares will offer support to the 6,000 businesses that carry the brand's product through six initiatives, which include a $1.5 million fundraising campaign.
Out of 284 skin, hair, makeup and fragrance items on sale, these are the stand-outs, hand-selected by our beauty editor.
Not a hair out of place.
Four hair experts share their favorite products, tips and tricks.
Win for you; win for the environment.
Not that you should ever need permission to look like crap if you want to.
The founder of the Brooklyn-based fragrance studio Joya tells us how he got into the perfume business.
Purple eyeliner is involved.
Hair-care and hair-color brands may be improving their digital presence, but when it comes to leveraging their e-commerce businesses through print and television, they're coming up short.
Dads are sometimes hard to shop for come Father's Day. Mine loves fishing, radio control helicopters, and Agatha Christie--three things I know absolutely nothing about. This is where grooming products come in. Every dad could use a good grooming product but would probably never buy one for himself. With that in mind, we chose products based on their awesomeness for dads as well as their potential attractiveness to daughters who sometimes stay over night. (We're sure your dad will be happy for any motivation to visit him, right?)
The pros and cons to know before you try.
Current hair color trends run the gamut from subtle ombre (yes, still) to shocking red, with a sprinkling of candy colors--like pink and lavender--still going strong among a certain subset of ladies who like to make a statement. But experts say "apricot" is poised to be the next big thing.
Between the news that Kate Middleton and Prince William just jetted off to their honeymoon and the fancy beach party that was Chanel’s cruise collection, you’re probably ready for summer. But if you have colored or highlighted hair, you’ll want to protect your investment while you’re out in the elements. Chlorine, sun, and salt water can all wreak havoc on a dye job, so we looked for advice from our favorite hair expert, stylist Chris Lospalluto from the Sally Hershberger salon here in NYC.
Schedules are finalized, batteries are charged, shoes are chosen. And having a few key beauty items to face the week of chaos is just as important as having my Macbook charger in tow. Faced with crappy weather, a frenzied schedule of shows, and the pressure of day-to-night dressing, you have to be prepared for all eventualities. And really, isn’t this true of anyone’s life? There are tons of new and classic products that are perfect: Hair: Sleek or tousled? If the latter, you must try Bumble and Bumble’s new Texture Hair (Un)Dressing Creme. Run it through damp hair and dry with a diffuser for volume and a perfect messy look. I’ve used it on my hair dry, too. It adds a little weight and texture when things are getting flyaway. Prefer sleek? Aveda’s classic Brilliant Emollient Finishing Gloss with rice bran oil provides a ton of shine and the smell is really calming. And I’m giving Leah a can of Meta Revive Dry Shampoo from celeb hairdresser Serge Normant’s posh new line. Because who has time to wash their hair during Fashion Week?
I’m an organic freak. If anyone dared open my bathroom cabinet they'd be bombarded with Kiehl's, Aveda and bareMinerals. Sure, they’re easier on the