Our picks in skin care, makeup, hair, fragrance, body and tools.
Including deep discounts on makeup by Rihanna and by Pat McGrath, plus a whole slew of skin-care favorites.
Fashionista's beauty director combed through hundreds of discounted items to bring you her top picks.
Including picks for every hair type and texture.
Out of 284 skin, hair, makeup and fragrance items on sale, these are the stand-outs, hand-selected by our beauty editor.
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Editors and makeup artists are treated to unlimited samples, but these are the formulas that are worth the splurge.
Plus, the story behind that topless shoot with her hair stylist.
And some American Apparel executives are none too pleased with Dov Charney's firing.
... without all your hair falling out.
Just in time for the season of planes, trains and automobiles, we tracked down the most convenient, multi-tasking and -- more importantly, easily portable -- beauty products.
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When you walk into Sephora or your local drugstore and are confronted with all the new seasonal beauty launches, it can be overwhelming to try to figure out what's really new and different. What's worth spending some of that hard-earned paycheck on? Lucky for you, we have spent hours swiping, patting, and spritzing in order to bring you our picks for the best launches of the season.
I've never really paid much attention to what shampoo I use, as I've always assumed conditioner was more important anyway for my thick, naturally curly and frizzy hair. Pretty much anything without the words "thickening" or "volumizing" (or "sodium" once I started getting Brazilian Keratin treatments) seemed fine. But, I'm starting to think the opposite is true.
It used to be that when an actress's career stalled or she got a bit past her prime, she'd turn to the theater to re-establish herself as a "serious" actress. Now it seems like Hollywood leading ladies are running to the beauty industry to up their cred and leave a legacy. There's a whole generation of waning '90s TV and movie sweethearts (see: Drew Barrymore, Katie Holmes, Jennifer Aniston) who are getting serious in the beauty business. And not just as spokesmodels. But why?
First of all, I would just like to say that I discovered cult hair care brand Living Proof wayyyyy before Jennifer Aniston did. (She was recently named the face of the brand and is even a stakeholder in the company.) But I'm happy that the brand is getting more exposure, because their products are fantastic. My favorite is the Restore Mask Treatment.
Jennifer Aniston, who debuted her enormous engagement rock earlier this week, just landed another pretty big gem. She's just been announced as the spokesperson for niche hair care company Living Proof. Only Living Proof is not your typical celeb-endorsed brand--and Aniston's actually got a business stake in it.
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