The perfect nail salon should offer more than just a utilitarian, in-and-out service that spares you the stress of knocking over a bottle of OPI onto your hardwood floors (again). Ideally, it should stock a solid array of polishes, play a soothing Zen soundtrack that lulls you to sleep in the pedicure chair, have an excellent selection of recent magazine issues, and be known for paying and treating their highly-trained staff fairly.
Aly Raisman has spoken out about body shaming before, but a recent incident that she aired on Twitter was particularly egregious. On Wednesday, the two-time Olympian shared on social media that TSA staffers made comments about her muscles while making her way through airport security.
She joined Ashley Graham and Teyana Taylor in a photo shoot featuring the iconic red swimsuit from “Baywatch,” now made by Swimsuits For All.
This mom is blowing us away with her newfound physical — and emotional — strength.
The harsh reality, of course, is that the word 'real' — at least in the way Jennifer Lopez uses it — doesn't exactly translate through the lens of social media. In this case, it's beauty blogger Gina Shkeda, and it all started with a selfie she posted to Instagram.
In fact, Bailey Webber was so affected by what that letter did to her friend that she felt compelled to do more than just bring attention to BMI letters — she created a documentary that got picked up by Netflix. Hello Giggles reports that Webber's friend, Maddy Karimi, got a letter sent home after her school tested students for their body mass indexes, or BMIs. Webber found out that Ohio Sen. Eric Kearney, her own representative, was one of the co-authors of the bill that required schools to send Fat Letters home.
When, oh when, will people learn that Paris Jackson is not someone to be trifled with? The daughter of the late pop icon Michael Jackson once again proved that she's not afraid to stick up for herself by shutting down a Twitter user's comment about her body. "Yes you have put on a little weight," the tweeter commented.
Guys. For real. Do we have to say it again? Body hair is beautiful, normal, and most importantly: Other people's body hair is just none of your goddamn business. Okay?
Ashley Graham, everyone's favorite model, America's Next Top Model judge, and body-positivity activist may have just made us love her even more. Delish reports that Jillian Davidson, Glamour magazine's fashion director, posted a clip of Graham sharing her love of bagels and a brand-new way to show her affection for the breakfast staple. While Graham wasn't sharing new breakfast recipes or a brunch order that'll give you (and your followers) a case of food envy, she did fashion a sort of makeshift bra by taking two bagels and holding them to her breasts.
When it comes to looking younger, fresher and more vibrant, it’s no secret that we’ve turned to some wild skincare devices to get the job done. And apparently, we’re not alone. A representative for Ashley Black’s cellulite-fighting body roller FasciaBlaster—which claims to break down fat cells for an even tone and lifted result—confirms there’s a 50,000-person wait list for […]
Our bodies need vitamin D for all kinds of important things, including keeping bones strong, reducing inflammation, and helping cells grow.
One mom is others to "wear TF" out of body-bearing clothes, even if you worry it'll look bad on your "mom bod."