"I look for brands with simple ingredient lists and formulations that I can trust. I also look to see who the founder is and what their values are — that means a lot to me, knowing who's behind the products I'm using."
These are the TikTok and Instagram beauty myths, tips and misconceptions the experts wish we'd all ignore.
Plus, they make products like moisturizers and self-tanners more effective.
Few things are quite as satisfying as melting away a day's worth of lip stain, eyeliner and mascara with a moisturizing, cushiony balm cleanser.
Don't neglect your hands.
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.
Because being constantly told you look tired is just the worst.
Makeup artists, dermatologists and more cut through the noise to help determine what is — and maybe isn't — worth trying.
...Which is exactly how often we should all be wearing sunscreen.
They also work wonders for tidying up makeup smudges or wobbly eyeliner.
Including vegetarian and vegan options that may help to support skin, hair and nail health.
The Vintner's Daughter founder shares how she finds and tests new products, why she keeps her beauty routine simple and how growing up in the world of winemaking impacted her appreciation for natural scents over artificial perfumes.
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.
The 'New York Magazine' beauty writer offers the same accessibility, accuracy and wit for which she's known in her new book.
After years of rejection (that included a stint as a Lyft driver to make ends meet), founder Lesley Thornton pushed through the difficulties of 2020 to find major success.
Scientists are replicating endangered botanicals to produce renewable versions of rare active ingredients.
With everything from a chemical exfoliant to a hand cream, the brand seems to have a formula for everyone — but is it worth the hype?
Plus, Athleta launches extended sizing.
"There are a lot of different beauties that exist in this world that deserve attention and that are buying your product, so you should acknowledge them."
A beauty product — and a celebrity brand — for every taste.
It might not surprise you to learn that many were looking for face masks, disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer.
These face and body gadgets will let your loved ones buff, sculpt, exfoliate, brighten, smooth and treat their skin with plenty of TLC.
Get a first glimpse at the debut products, including pricing.