Including shimmering metallics, unexpected brights, versatile neutrals and perfectly matched monochromes.
Featuring lots of fancy headscarves.
Including glitters, glosses and amped-up neutrals.
Including the ultimate LFW beauty staple: neon hair color.
The old adage about art imitating life was clearly at play backstage at New York Fashion Week.
Plenty of the inspiring hair, makeup and nail looks we've been craving during this past year-plus of doom and gloom.
Peppy, electric brights in striking, anything-but-subtle shapes are about to have a major moment.
The look she created for Anna Sui's latest runway show is like the Going Out Top of makeup.
Actor KiKi Layne serves as the face of the reimagined makeup line.
Whether matte, metallic, pigmented or sheer, a few quick swipes is all it takes.
These formulas build lots of fluttery, dramatic length — without clumping.
They're like an IRL Instagram filter for your tiredness.
Founder and CEO Diarrha N'Diaye — a L'Oréal and Glossier alum — talks about how she tapped into big-name investors and what she thinks the industry is missing when it comes to the narrative of Black beauty.
Pull Up for Change founder Sharon Chuter is changing the conversation around 'clean' beauty and making shopping Black-owned accessible via her latest venture with Walmart.
The multi-tasking, complexion-boosting formulas we love.
"Valentino beauty is for the dreamers."
Also known as the easiest DIY nail art you'll ever do.
Plus, the 2021 CFDA/"Vogue" Fashion Fund recipients share their vision for fashion's future.
She's not just an American treasure — she's also a beauty icon for the ages.
Including sapphire blues, amethyst purples, punchy pinks and even a handful of neons, pastels and metallics.
The actor paired a candy-apple-red lip with a canary-yellow gown with now-iconic results.