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Including hydrating sheet masks, lightweight sunscreens, brightening eye creams and deeply pampering body butters.
Without actually having to be Zoë Kravitz.
Including a biodegradable body wash, the perfect fall nail polish, the candles we can't get enough of and the lip colors we're loving.
The self-styled singer-songwriter turned to the '70s — by way of big-name labels and indie darlings — to outfit her "Ur So Beautiful" tour.
Featuring a calming perfume oil, a CBD-spiked cream that's the stuff of relaxation dreams and more.
Expert recommendations to the rescue.
It was created by a former beauty editor who couldn't find a brand that was clean, effective, affordable and well-designed.
Get your glow on.
Soak them all up.
And oily, combination and acne-prone types, too.
She's been working her ass off for more than a decade — and in more than one country.
Plus, Lindsey Wixson has a message for Uber.
Plus, Gap Inc.'s comparable sales decrease by six percent in May.
The beauty brand-and-blogger partnership is reportedly "one of the largest to date."
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Look how chic it is!
There's a lot to love about summer--longer days, warmer weather, weekend getaways--but there's a lot to loathe too.
Run-of-the-mill red carpets usually feature a lot of smoky eyes, nude lips, and artfully highlighted brow bones. But throw a punk theme in there, and suddenly you have January Jones looking like she escaped from a Gareth Pugh runway. Yes, there were plenty of safe, gorgeous makeup looks at the Met Gala last night, but a handful of celebs really had fun with their eye makeup, either breaking out the color or the arty graphic eyeliner.