By now, you’ve probably heard about #hairgate, which has people chattering about an unintended problem with the iPhone 6. According to a forum post on 9to5Mac, Apple’s latest phone traps hair in the seam between the glass and aluminum. “When you try to free it out, it hurts,” the poster laments. More »Is the iPhone 6 Really Pulling Out Your Hair?
Most people focus on training the muscles they see in the mirror (or in a selfie). More »The One Move You Can Do to Strengthen Your Core
As London Fashion Week takes over the capital, Hanna Ibraheem went back through time to look at fashion’s most iconic muses and their favourite beauty looks. More »Fashion's Most Iconic Muses and their Signature Beauty Looks
Recently a girl in my 9-year-old son’s class said to me, “I really like your nail polish!” It was hot pink with an accent nail covered in silver glitter, and would easily have been at home on Barbie’s tiny, perfect fingernails. But I am not Barbie, nor am I a third grader. I’m a 43-year-old mom of two with a mortgage. It was the first time I thought, “Am I not age appropriate?” More »Pink Hair: A Sign of Mid-Life Confidence
If you are lucky enough to have freckles, you probably know that the standard makeup rules don’t apply. Take foundation. Do you match the shade to your skin tone, to your freckles, or somewhere in between? More »Don’t Cover Up Your Freckles! 7 Great Makeup Tips
What does it mean if you wake up at 30 with dark circles under your eyes? Dermatologist Dr. Vermen Verallo-Rowell says, “The good news is, they aren’t the inherited kind, nor are they due to the shape of your eyeball socket.” More »Help! I Suddenly Have Dark Circles
“Lotions and potions” used to refer to rich night creams and luxurious hair oils. Eventually, it included $10 green juice. Now, there’s a slew of concoctions promising to make your skin glow and hair shine with a single shot—tossed back like your favorite tequila. And we’re not talking garden-variety edibles. The latest brews are, well, unusual. More »Drink Up: The New Ingestibles
You think a 20-minute face mask is a lot of work? What about an overnight one? A string of brands are releasing formulas they suggest you wear from dusk to dawn, slathering creams onto clean skin and waking up to a well-rested glow, regardless of how much you tossed and turned. How? Think of them like super-hydrators. More »Is it Worth Wearing A Facemask Overnight?
Did we call it or what? Along with dirtying up Mother Earth and stifling your lungs, pollution is bad news for your skin. Now, as The Wall Street Journal reports, the beauty industry is addressing the issue with a host of pollution-targeting products. More »Anti-Pollution Products: Definitely Worth It
Look alive, folks: the season of no sleep is almost upon us. A quick review of the calendar reveals Oktoberfest is up next, followed by Thanksgiving, and a gauntlet of holiday parties that means no sleep ‘til New Year’s Day. Moms with kids, students with exams, and overworked everyone else know it’s only a matter of time before you run out of time to spend on face masks, eye plumping creams, and actually doing your hair. More »10 Tricks to Faking A Good Night’s Sleep
Crimped hair is one of those beauty trends like scrunchies and frosted lips: every time it angles for a comeback you cringe and cross your fingers that it won’t catch on. More »Crimped Hair Makes a Comeback at Stella McCartney
Need evidence that beauty indeed begins from within? Look no further than Jodie Patterson. The Brooklyn-based entrepreneur and mother of five brims with positive energy; she’s savvy, ambitious, and stylish. The former PR director at Zac Posen, she’s now the co-founder of DooBop, an e-shop that keeps women with brown skin and textured hair front of mind. More »“Beauty Gladiator” Jodie Patterson is on A Mission
I’ve known Michael Strahan for over 15 years and I think it’s fair to say I’m in awe of my friend. It’s not just that he played his entire NFL career for one team (the New York Giants) and won a Superbowl in his final 2007 season as team captain. More »Michael Strahan Talks Football and Face Masks
Leave it to Paris to buck the no makeup trend sweeping fashion month. Artists aren’t just layering on the glitter and mascara, they’re taking it one step further, turning makeup into jewelry for your face. More »From Paris Fashion Week: Makeup as Jewelry
Maybelline Great Lash Mascara is the best-selling mascara in America, but there’s always room for improvement. More »Maybelline Improves Their Best-Selling Great Lash Mascara
Always an early riser, I loved lying next to my husband, tracing my finger from his forehead to his chin. While he slept, I would study the topography of his face, memorizing the constellation of freckles there, the lumpy scar from rugby, the indentation where his brother hit him with a chisel. Each of these little defects had a story. And in loving him, I had learned them all. More »Beauty is Not in the Eye
There’s a reason they’re called artists: the brilliant men and women who paint the faces of models and actresses in magazines and on red carpets think outside the box—way outside the box. More »8 New Ways to Use Your Favorite Products
"Ladies don’t sweat," my father always said. "They glow." He usually made this joke whenever my mother, after pushing a sputtering mower across our sloped front yard, would come in panting and dripping with sweat. More »The Natural Deodorant Challenge: Do They Work?