Don't get another haircut until you read this!
It's not that there's anything wrong with "You're pretty." It's just you're so much MORE than that.
As if we needed another reason to love Black Panther.
Apply your bronzer like you're going for the gold. 🥇
Hot and steamy can spell disaster for Valentine’s Day date makeup — not with these hookup-friendly products: http://bit.ly/2BvIFcv
Flip it and reverse it! New York Fashion Week 2018 is all about the upside-down liner. Wanna give this trend a try? Celeb makeup artist Kim Do recommends using MAC Cosmetics eye kohl liners (especially the blues).
Notice anything different about this model? She's 100% CGI. Considering that more and more beauty brands are going Photoshop-free, what are your thoughts on a model that's completely fake?
"The ultimate goal is a shift in social attitudes that would enable all women (and men) to live confidently in the bodies they come in, at all ages." Agree?
A little heart-shaped braid-spiration, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Um, how am I supposed to test this at the makeup counter?
Cute, creative and an amazing example of self-acceptance.
A perfect match for every skin tone — and budget.
"...true beauty is being okay with who *you* are."
Ashley Graham shares powerful life lessons she wished she had learned way earlier to a crowd of teenage girls.
Looking back at "Nipplegate" through the lens of the Time's Up movement, do you feel the incident was handled fairly?
Social media isn't just shaping how we view others, it's shaping how we see ourselves.
Can you guess why this cover of Vogue Italia made history? Gisele Bündchen became the first model to pose for the magazine with zero makeup or hairstyling (while in her sweats!). What are your thoughts on going makeup-free?
"I don't use makeup to hide behind anything — I use it to make me feel powerful." — Aja L Evans, U.S. Olympic bobsledder
It's been said to help with everything from acne to anxiety. Have you given CBD oil a try?
You will never look at your gray hair, the first sign of wrinkles or any perceived imperfection the same way again.
Kesha's brave and moving performance brought the Time's Up movement to the Grammy Awards stage.
Kesha's Grammy performance was an incredible example of what happens when women stand up, and fight along side one another.
When you're ready to take self-care to the next level.
(Also, brb booking a back facial appointment!)
Watch — and wait for Jackie Aina's big reveal:
BABOR's new campaign aims to be more "inspiration" than "aspiration".
One more step towards inclusive beauty!
"The whole point of me posting is to help empower other people."
Have you tried monomakeup yet?
One small idea, became a global Women's March. And a single march, became a movement. What's next?
You can still feel smokin' hot, even when it's below freezing.
Together, we march for equality, justice and a brighter future. #womensmarch2018
🎨: @Libby VanderPloeg
As we remember Martin Luther King, Jr. today, we find ourselves thinking of this quote by his wife, amazing civil rights leader Coretta Scott King which seems to resonate now more than ever:
"I am convinced that the women of the world, united without any regard for national or racial dimensions, can become a most powerful force for international peace and brotherhood."
A sunscreen compatible with every skin tone? We're listening...
Rule #1: Embrace the frizz.
British Vogue invites us to "Meet The New Suffragettes", but some are still feeling excluded from the inclusion movement.
"When this exclusion happens often, it eventually finds a place inside of you: a shameful message that you’re not quite like other women." Read more from Frances Ryan's Op-Ed in The Guardian: http://bit.ly/2FtE0aR
What is your greatest hope for 2018?
"Brow powder is your best friend when you have a beard!"
Is there a feature you wish you'd accepted instead of trying to change it?
Did you find the L'Oréal Paris ad pitch perfect or tone deaf?
"For too long women have not been heard or believed, if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men. But their time is up!" — Oprah Winfrey accepting the Cecil B. de Mille Award, just one of the many inspiring and powerful moments from Golden Globes 2018.
This company is giving 50% of proceeds to anti-sexual assault organizations.
"Reminder that acne doesn't make you ugly 💖 a heart full of hate does."
More body hair, inclusive beauty, skin care as makeup — what's one 2017 trend you want to see more of in 2018?
The *time* has finally come. (Times Up Now)
Desmond is Amazing is giving us all the hope for 2018.