Including deeply discounted gift sets to treat your loved ones (or self!) with, luxurious lip colors and more.
Including new candles and perfumes that became instant favorites.
These were the buzziest, most impactful (and most controversial) brand and product debuts of the year.
This month, we were all about mood-boosting finds.
Our picks in skin care, makeup, hair, fragrance, body and tools.
We will continue to update as more companies step forward.
Including mood-boosting makeup finds, hair helpers we swear by and beauty tools that'll make your routine so much easier.
We spoke to SuperOrdinary's Julian Reis, who has worked with brands like Supergoop and Drunk Elephant to expand into China.
Including brands like Augustinus Bader, Byredo, Nars and Benefit.
Even if you're not going outside much while isolating, it's important not to neglect your skin.
Including a face mask that gives us "angel" skin and a makeup brush that's the next best thing to having legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath herself on hand.
Including a mask that rehabbed seriously damaged hair, a beloved mascara with an under-$20 price tag and oh, so much more.
As any dermatologist will attest, the SPF is the best anti-ager out there.
Out of 284 skin, hair, makeup and fragrance items on sale, these are the stand-outs, hand-selected by our beauty editor.
Including spray-on sunscreen, a Rihanna-approved lip scrub, a palo santo-spiked moisturizer, CBD gummies that support a noble cause and more.
Four former editors who now work on the brand side of the industry share their insights and advice in part two of our two-part series.
It's the most refreshing way to keep up with my SPF routine.
According to the Environmental Working Group's 2019 rankings.
Including the prettiest lip balm we've ever seen, one editor's dream fragrance, supplements that saved our skin and a face oil that fully lives up to the hype.
Including skin-saving gadgets, glow-enhancing highlighters, curly-hair miracle workers and more.
It's both pretty *and* functional.