11 Deep-Cleansing — But Gentle — Face Washes for Oily Skin
Blotting sheets who?
Blotting sheets who?
And why he wants to open his own salon.
Four experts share their all-time favorite formulas for fine, curly, wavy, damaged and color-treated hair.
Plus, how Supreme became a global fashion cult — with the help of a secret partner.
Plus, Dove just launched the first video from its Shonda Rhimes-fronted in-house studio.
Treating your scalp like it's, you know, *skin* could make all the difference.
A full rundown for inquiring, beauty-obsessed minds.
And Oscar de la Renta found itself in the middle of a PETA scuffle after a website falsely claimed its shoes were made of elephant skin.
And LVMH continues to see growth across all categories.
And Naomi Campbell responds to rumors that she was caught catfighting with Cara Delevingne.
It might be time to go back to the drawing board.
The character's name is "Jerry Donovan"...
There's a lot to love about summer--longer days, warmer weather, weekend getaways--but there's a lot to loathe too.
This post was underwritten by Dove. Whether you're lost and you need to take out your smartphone to find directions, or you have to put on hand saniti
This post was underwritten by Dove. Taking a bath seems pretty straightforward. Turn on the water, soap up, scrub, rinse off, and you're done. Simple
This post was underwritten by by Dove. We all know skin care is important, but sometimes the enormous selection of beauty products can be a little dau
Do you love your armpits? Chances are that most women will answer "no" to this question. In fact, Dove interviewed 534 women between the ages of 18-64 and a whopping 93% think their pits are the pits. Not shocking. The next question: would you use a product that claims to make them prettier? Today Dove is launching Dove Ultimate Go Sleeveless deodorant/anti-perspirant, which supposedly provides 24 hours of wetness protection while also giving your underarms a dose of vitamins, a humectant, and moisturizers. In five days, Dove says you’ll have softer, smoother underarms. The deodorant is also formulated to minimize telltale white deodorant marks on your clothes. (If only it could get rid of annoying stubble and flabby biceps, too.) Jessica Szohr, of Gossip Girl fame, teamed up with Dove to promote Go Sleeveless, and we got to chat with her during New York Fashion Week this past February at Milk Studios where she was doing a photo shoot with Dove. She was wearing cut off denim shorts and ass-kicking Dsquared pointy wingtip oxfords; she also has enviably thick hair and seriously amazing skin.
Mark Townsend has styled the locks of Maggie Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams, the Olsens, January Jones, Jessica Biel, and Cate Blanchett, to name just a few. So he knows red carpet hair. Last night for the Golden Globes he styled Lea Michele (Glee) and Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone). I spoke to him shortly after his ladies walked the red carpet in an attempt to pry some secrets out of him.
As if it’s not enough that I am constantly scanning my face for those little signs of wear and tear, now the beauty industry is telling me that my hair is making me look old. Anti-aging hair care products have flooded the market in the last few years. A few weeks ago WWD reported that Ken Paves (BFF of Jessica Simpson and QVC regular), Redken, and Zoto were all entering this market. Frederic Fekkai, L’Oreal, and Dove, already have products in this category. The prices range from $6 for drugstore options to $95 for fancier potions. Signs of aging hair include the obvious--graying--as well as dryness, thinning, and dullness. Graying can start in your 20s (!!) although with the recent trend of young ingenues going gray, perhaps this is no longer a stigma. The other symptoms can start anytime, depending on your diet, health, and how frequently you torture your locks with heat treatments. Every hair on your head is a strand of protein. Each strand falls out every four to five years and is replaced. These strands get smaller and more mousy looking the older you get. The basic premise for most anti-aging hair products is that they give your hair moisture without compromising volume. (Usually volumizing products can cause dryness and moisturizing products can be heavy and cause limpness.) After a quick scan of some of the anti-aging offerings, I’ve discovered that companies really like to use trademarked pseudo-scientific sounding ingredients like “Intra-Cylane” or very posh “natural” additives (caviar, truffle oil). I spoke to Misty Miller, a hairdresser with 20 years of experience in the industry, and NYC dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Hale to get their take on these products.