Beauty

In the poetic words of Kimberly “Sweet Brown” Wilkins, “Ain’t nobody got time for that.” We all don’t have enough time. This is just a fact. Before critics of my time management skills start citing “How I Hacked Time” articles and “I’m a Mom of 17 Who Meal Preps, Works Out, and Travels in the
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When it comes to monochromatic eye makeup looks, more of the same isn’t just more of the same. Going all in with shadow or liner the same shade as your eyes creates an arresting look that reads well for big-ticket events or average days. Expand the possibilities by switching up your eye color with AIR
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Getty Images Rather than succumb to winter-induced hair hibernation, why not spring forward with a fresh look? A look that’s simultaneously brand new and a blast from the past? Clayton Hawkins, celebrity hairstylist to cool girls Awkwafina, Laura Harrier, and Elizabeth Olsen, played fortune teller for ELLE.com and predicted the biggest hair trends for spring.
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STEAL: DR BRONNER’S PURE-CASTILE LIQUID SOAP PEPPERMINT Dr. Bronner’s amazon.com $15.01 I recently bought the big daddy bottle of this product and it’s literally lasted me a year! Dr. Bronner’s uses all natural ingredients—organic hemp, olive, coconut oil, and peppermint oil—to create the pure castile soap, so no synthetic detergents or preservatives in this product! Note: Because its so natural
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Some days you’re the glamorous Princess of Genovia. Other days, frizz makes you feel like a pre-makeover Mia Thermopolis. Blame humidity or DNA (shoutout to my fellow curly-haired queens), but whatever the source, the frizz requires management skills. Los Angeles-based hairstylists Michael Dueñas and Caile Noble shared some of the best tips, tricks, and products
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There’s something almost mythical about red lipstick. Here, five writers attempt to unpack its power to shield, embolden, and transform. For Freedom Vivek ShrayaMusician, poet, and author of I’m Afraid of Men A common stereotype about trans people is that they suffer from “special snowflake syndrome,” but I am actually quite content to be a
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