Edges can be easy!
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.
Before you run out and make a bunch of resolutions, take a moment to celebrate yourself. Whatever 2017 threw your way, you made it through. 🥂 to thriving in 2018! Have a happy and healthy new year.
(Via Words of Women)
Is your hair a reflection of the city you live in, or does your 'do think it resides in a totally different part of the country?
Have you ever tried this traditional Korean manicure?
Are you planning to "never" go gray?
Men will be standing in solidarity by also wearing black to the 2018 Golden Globes, but some feel it's not enough.
FentyBeauty is just one reason.
Brow trends may come and go, but being brow obsessed is (and has always been) here to stay.
She finally found the one treatment that worked for her skin: self acceptance.
Why not mix things up before you "mix and a-mingle" this year?
Just how important is representation? To answer this question we look to Salma Hayek Pinault. We are inspired by the lengths Salma went to get 'Frida' made, even in the face of a "monster". For her unshakeable commitment to the film and her bravery in coming forward with her story, Salma is our #womancrusheveryday
Mislabeling is a bigger deal than you think it is.
"I think we have to work to get beyond that place where white is the default for everything. Make diversity the default, make inclusion the default."
Helpful hints you won't find in your typical YouTube makeup tutorial:
The beauty industry is only just waking up to the fact that all women, regardless of skin tone, want makeup that matches their shade.
"My journey to embracing my freckles was exactly that – a journey."
Some are loving the representation, others wish the new emoji was having a better hair day.
She used to spend hours every day trying to look more like her blonde friends, until she finally let go of society's standard of beauty.
"This acne belongs to me, not them." 🙌🙌🙌🙌
Don't make these mistakes!
Trying to tame your new texture?
Meet Pantone's Color Of The Year 2018.
"Complex and contemplative, Ultra Violet suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now." Sign us up for some of that in the New Year! 🔮
Thank you, TIME — and thank you to every brave person who spoke up and spoke out, and to every ally in this movement.
She's using her hair to make a statement on everything from sexual assault to gun violence.
Lauren Wasser not only found a whole new perspective on life, but a new life purpose.
She's inspiring others to love themselves "flaws" and all.
"The idea that how you wear your hair somehow relates to your character, your intelligence, or your wokeness is bull$*%t."
Should the fact that Meghan Markle is biracial even matter?
For something "effortless", it sure takes a lot of work!
Just like makeup, skin care has changed A LOT over the last 100 years.
FentyBeauty shares the 2017 title with some pretty big innovations!