Including a beauty editor-beloved vitamin C serum, one of our all-time favorite scented candles and reusable cotton pads that'll make your beauty routine a bit more sustainable.
Beauty brands truly outdid themselves this year when it came to gift-worthy holiday offerings.
They'll help get you through until the next time you can visit your colorist — and will spare you the perils of going the permanent DIY boxed route.
Including a face mask that gives us "angel" skin and a makeup brush that's the next best thing to having legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath herself on hand.
Out of 284 skin, hair, makeup and fragrance items on sale, these are the stand-outs, hand-selected by our beauty editor.
Get outta here, hot tools.
It's all kinds of lovely.
This individual is the first contact for visitors when entering the Bumble and bumble salon and should be professional and courteous.
We are looking for an intern for the Fall 2014 semester. Candidates should have a keen interest in beauty and be willing to work 4 days a week for pay.
KISS: Keep it simple, stupid! (Not that you're stupid, it's just an expression -- oh, you get it.)
Since everyone loves an awards show, I decided to bestow all the most notable looks with completely made up awards. From "Best Neck Makeup" to "Best Giant Cornrow," no detail was left unrewarded. Click through to see the most original and innovative beauty from the spring 2014 shows.
Looking to escape the summer heat in some cool office a/c--but you don't exactly have an office to go to? Check out our careers page for some amazing opportunities!
My long time and much beloved hair stylist, Misty, has put the absolute fear of god in me when it comes to protecting my hair color, which right now is best described as bleachy. I'm especially terrified to put my head in a pool--blonde hair is really porous and can absorb the chlorine, which can leave hair a sickly green color. I discovered this little styling powerhouse and it has been my constant companion in my beach bag ever since.
Give yourself something to really celebrate this holiday season, by starting your dream fashion career with the help of our careers page.
We've got loads going on this week! Bumble and bumble are looking for a PR intern (and it's paid!). S Model Management is hiring account managers. Digital Brand Architects are hiring an account executive with thorough knowledge of social media. Bullet Media is on the hunt for an executive assistant to assist the Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director. Fourth Floor Fashion is looking for a designer to head up their Contemporary Women's knits and woven tops. So take advantage of the long weekend, clean up your resume, and check out our careers page!
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?
This morning, at the ungodly hour of 7:30, the 8th Annual “WWD Beauty Biz Awards" took place at the Four Seasons Restaurant in NYC. Being consummate beauty professionals, everyone in attendance looked refreshed and chic, with lots of Chanel bags and perfectly applied lipstick. Gina Sanders, the president and CEO of Fairchild Fashion Group, started off the presentation by dishing about changes coming to WWD and Style.com (now owned by Fairchild, of course). WWD is getting an overall architecture redesign in 2011, and an eight page section called “WWD Style” will be introduced; it will provide deeper “business insight, analysis, and fun.” The men’s coverage will be increased, with new beefier quarterly sections and more weekly coverage. The Beauty Biz insert will also be overhauled. And finally, an iPad application is coming. Gina was more vague about Style.com-- “Like ladies having work done, we don’t want to reveal too much," she said--but big changes are clearly afoot. She mentioned the potential to reach millions of fanatic fashion and beauty consumers through the site. We will be watching closely. Now onto the awards.