Whether out of boredom or necessity, now is a great time to try some DIY projects at home. Mix up a creative cocktail or replenish your hairspray without a trip to the store—these projects are fun, easy, and practical. Try one with your kids, or plan to do one via a virtual happy hour with ...
Sometimes the best facial treatments come from your very own kitchen. Consider turmeric—an anti-inflammatory spice we’ve been known to put in both tea lattes and DIY beauty recipes.
From Dawson Leery to Kim Kardashian, everyone has their own “ugly cry” face.
Hello, heatwave. Goodbye, makeup routine.
If fireworks are still going off in your brain after a whole day (and night) of July 4th drinking, you’re probably going to need this.
“Treat. Yo. Self.” Aside from Tom Haverford and Donna Meagle on a shopping spree on “Parks and Recreation,” what does the phrase bring to mind?
At 13, my face was a warzone. The friendly dermatologist swore to me that the chocolate-acne connection was purely a myth—and that the food we eat does not cause breakouts. Yet, with that “wisdom” in mind, plus endless treatments ranging from prescription pills to over-the-counter cleansers and creams, my pimples persisted for almost 20 years.
The best way to be kind to your skin, save money, and have a ton of fun in the process? Whip up your own DIY face scrubs and masks with items already in the kitchen!
Finally—baby’s asleep. As soon as those little eyes close, the inner dialogue starts: Time to fold the laundry, do the dishes, pay the bills, walk the dog, and did I remember to shower today? Whoa. Take a breath, mom.
Take a look at the #kbeauty hashtag on Instagram, and what do you see? A collage of clean, glowing faces, interspersed with pictures of colorful packets covered with beauty buzzwords like “moisture”, “pore-refining”, and “collagen”, along with a slew of characters from the Korean alphabet.
My skin has been looking seriously dull and dry as of late. I don’t want to use products that have a bunch of chemicals, and prefer to go with all-natural, organic stuff—but I do want whatever I’m using to actually work! Are there any products that can brighten and tone skin without lab-formulated chemicals? —Sam ...
There’s a reason why Toula let her dad spray Windex all over her face in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.” After waking up with a huge zit on her wedding day, she was desperate enough that she’d try just about anything to get rid of it.
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