The white photographer who created Shudu, a virtual avatar, is being accused of "racial plagiarism."
Also new: A "Fairy Bomb," or a makeup pouf stuffed with highlighter that can be dusted just about anywhere.
Plus, Fenty Beauty sales on track to beat both Kardashian cosmetic lines.
These are the ideas, tech and trends that are shaking up the cosmetics business now.
Meet MatteMoiselle, a range of matte lip colors in a stunning array of hues.
Being a thoughtful gift-giver doesn't have to mean emptying your wallet on the fanciest, bougiest finds that money can buy.
Plus, is streetwear losing its cool?
Calling all Fenty Beauty fans.
It all has to do with YouTubers, the Kardashians and (of course) Rihanna's Fenty Beauty.
The pop star-turned-fashion and beauty mogul sat down with editor Hamish Bowles for 25 glorious minutes of honesty at "Vogue"'s Forces of Fashion conference.
See the full collection.
Plus, how fashion can move beyond cultural appropriation.
We are so lucky to be alive at the same time as her.
As runway beauty (and the makeup used to create it) becomes more broad and inclusive, why are lip colors being streamlined?
Plus, Dapper Dan and Gucci join forces.
She made me feel hopeful about the future of the beauty industry — the future in general! — at a time when that's no small feat.
Click through to see what an actually inclusive makeup line looks like. (Other beauty brands, take notes.)
The singer's makeup line will hit stores Sept. 8.