You'll probably be shocked by how many of your favorites can be refilled and re-used.
Including deep discounts on makeup by Rihanna and by Pat McGrath, plus a whole slew of skin-care favorites.
From a versatile slip dress to a subtle shimmery sweater.
Our favorite skin, hair and makeup picks.
The cosmetics industry is beginning to examine its environmental impact — and enact real change.
"We're not doing this to be one small store in the West Village. We really want to enact a shift in how people take care of themselves."
Ignore the haters, trust your gut and never let anyone tell you "no."
Kjaer Weis is a global, future forward woman owned cosmetics business. We’re committed to no longer having to choose between makeup that’s chemical-free, makeup that works well, or makeup that comes in a pretty package
First and foremost, reading labels is a pain.
Organic color makeup still sort of has a crunchy reputation. (Think nondescript packaging and weird-smelling ingredients.) Luckily, more and more companies and beauty entrepreneurs are offering increasingly luxe organic lines. And Kirsten Kjaer, creator of Kjaer Weis cosmetics, just significantly upped the ante. Kirsten is a Danish-born, New York based makeup artist with almost 20 years of experience in the industry. Kirsten saw a lot of bad skin while doing makeup for models--rashes, break-outs, eye irritation--and she started getting complaints that certain products were causing “allergic” reactions. After about seven years in development, Kjaer Weis is the fruit of what is obviously a labor of love. Passionately dedicated to creating a green product, Kirsten’s line is made in Italy and is 95% organic, earning her the CCPB organic certification (which is quite a big deal if you’re an organic brand--organic standards are very high in Europe).