These are the TikTok and Instagram beauty myths, tips and misconceptions the experts wish we'd all ignore.
The #PillowtalkDerm — as she's known to her fans on Instagram and TikTok — shares how she built a side-hustle around dismantling rampant misinformation and making skin science accessible.
More thought-leaders than tastemakers, "genuinfluencers" are less interested in promoting products than they are in spreading ideas.
The ASA upheld a complaint that argued that Instagram posts shelling for the buy-now-pay-later service encouraged unnecessary spending.
The model published the first professional images of herself that clearly depict her pregnant belly.
The internet-beloved beauty influencer on parabens, sunscreen and democratic socialism.
"A lot of people in fashion don't understand that you can't easily gift a rug or table. It doesn't work the same as it does for a dress or a pair of shoes."
Plus, Johnson & Johnson will stop selling skin-whitening products.
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.
Plus, what happens when the September issues are the only ones left?
Consider it your much-needed escapism.
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Plus, two FIT administrators on leave following "clearly racist" fashion show.
Plus, C-Suite changes at Balmain and Kate Spade New York.
Plus, Haider Ackermann on his relationship with Timothée Chalamet.
As one cultural theorist puts it, "It's almost more of a feeling than it is of a look."
Plus, MAC wants to win back the U.S. market.
Indigenous people share their thoughts on why cultural appropriation and overharvesting more than cancel out the good vibes.
Plus, Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star's makeup collaboration is a social media hit.
Plus, Dior's next cruise show will stay in Europe.