At the forefront of the most gruesome ones is Dr. Sandra Lee (also known as Dr. Pimple Popper), who posts intimate excavation videos of blackheads so big and cysts so goopy, they have to be seen to be believed. With more than 1.8 million extraction videos on YouTube, Dr. Lee’s clips are in fine company. Here's a hint: It involves two epidermoid cysts that look eerily similar to the shallots you'd find at the grocery store.
Naya Rivera isn't afraid to tell it like it is. "It’s funny because I’ll show people pictures of me in the delivery room right after giving birth, and I’m like, who is this person?, " Rivera tells us exclusively.
Not only did the British actress recently spill the beans about the time President Donald Trump asked her out in a rather creepy way, but she's also exposed a film producer who body-shamed one of her costars. The British drama, in which Thompson played Lady Marchmain, also starred Hayley Atwell, Matthew Goode, Ben Whishaw, Felicity Jones, and Greta Scacchi. "There was a wonderful actress in a film I did called Brideshead Revisited,” Thompson, currently starring in Beauty and the Beast, shared.
Earlier this morning, many of us sat in disgust while Fox News’ Bill O'Reilly, an alleged professional adult, made ugly remarks about U.S. Representative Maxine Waters. During a segment on Fox & Friends, a clip of Waters giving an impassioned speech addressing Trump voters was shown. Then, to further dispel the notion that maybe what audiences just heard was a mistake, he continued by asking the producers to pull up an image of James Brown.
Well, it appears The Daily Mail has finally outdone itself. After reporting rumours that First Lady Melania Trump used to be a sex worker (and getting hit with a whopping lawsuit in response), the British tabloid's latest cover reduces the leaders of the U.K. to...a headline about their legs? The cover features British Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon alongside the headline "Nevermind Brexit, who won Legs-it!" This is a headline that, aside from being astoundingly sexist and objectifying and generally in poor taste both politically and journalistically, is also a question.
As we attempt to survive a Trump presidency while maintaining a shred of sanity, at least there’s the solace of TV shows that mercilessly poke fun at our Tweeter-in-Chief. The pilot’s opening scene depicts Diane (Christine Baranski) somberly watching Donald Trump’s inauguration while dressed in an all-black “funereal” suit from Lawson’s fashion line, 35·DL.
Social media is one of the most major tools, joys, and evils of our time. @nakedwithanxiety, hit Instagram with a pair of side-by-side photos that show just how much reality those filters can obscure — and how damaging that can be for folks who feel they need to hide their mental health issues on social media (and throughout their lives, for that matter). Both images were taken at the end of a very rough day for Endi, mental-health-wise, but only one conveys what she's feeling on the inside.
As far as shapewear is concerned, our chief concerns revolve around: A) how magical and shape-shifting the ultra-stretchy garments will prove to be and B) if we'll still be able to breathe comfortably, if at all, while wearing said garments. Spanx is changing that with its first-ever bridal pieces. The brand has long offered more than just the skintone bodysuits and glorified bike shorts that are most traditionally synonymous with shapewear, like its wondrously rip-proof opaque black tights or celeb-vetted leggings.
"To be honest, I never really thought I had a place in the world of fashion," Halima Aden says. Social media went into a frenzy, similar to, say, the response H&M received for its size- (Ashley Graham), age- (Pat Cleveland, Amber Valetta), and gender- (Hari Nef, Andreja Pejic) inclusive presentation for fall 2016.
Victoria Baldwin and her husband may have gone their separate ways, but she still makes an effort to include him in her life — even if they may not always even like each other. In a set of photos that Baldwin submitted to the Love What Matters Facebook page, she wrote about why she and her ex-husband, Adam, still participate in loving family photoshoots together. "We remember that neither of our roles as parents take precedence over the other - neither one of us are any more important to the life of our son," she wrote.
To say that 13-year-old Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown has had a busy year would be an understatement. Ever since her breakout performance as Eleven made Brown a household name, she’s maintained a hectic schedule of filming, press events, interviews, and her very first fashion campaign. Instead of compromising her health, I’m so glad to hear that Brown has decided to take a much-deserved break.
Behold: A liquid liner we can't stop talking about. Eyeko Eye Do Liquid Eyeliner, $22, available at Eyeko. Marc Jacobs Beauty has managed to fuse the precision of a gel and the ease a a pencil into one user-friendly product that doesn't budge once it sets.
Any news about Pitch Perfect 3 is good news, but these Instagram photos have us scratching our heads. Rebel Wilson shared a photo of herself alongside costars Brittany Snow and Chrissie Fit in outfits we're assuming are connected to the movie. Snow and Fit are sporting striped halter tops — but Wilson's version is a short-sleeved scoop-neck.
Update: In case you blinked, the internet has been buzzing about Kylie Jenner's new blushes like it were 1 am at a club on Saturday. After all, no one (except the POTUS) knows better than the Kardashians that nothing sells quite like a nice mix of sex and controversy.
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.
Next on the retail chopping block appears to be Bebe, which will reportedly close stores in order to pivot towards becoming an online-only brand, Bloomberg has learned. The retailer, which was founded in 1998, announced last month that it would close 25 Bebe and Bebe Outlet stores this year, WWD reported.
Just when we thought there weren't any more everyday decisions we could simply delegate to Amazon, the online retailer is coming after our outfit-planning strategies. The company quietly introduced a feature on its app which allows Amazon Prime customers to have a stylist weigh in between two #OOTDs and choose one for you, TechCruch reports. Unlike your friend who reads your texts but doesn't respond immediately (or, worse: lets their response linger on their keyboard), Amazon's stylist will respond in about a minute, delivering their decision on a "style scale" which has three options: "Definitely Pick This One!," "We like this better," and "It was a close call." According to a spokesperson, users can get a different opinion by by swapping out one item from the original outfits and re-submitting their photos.
Blush was a staple on the spring runways at fashion week — but if you’re underwhelmed by your makeup drawer, don’t despair. Kylie Jenner just announced on Instagram that her makeup line Kylie Cosmetics is launching a blush collection of five matte, pressed, powder blushes. Although there were two shades of blush in Jenner’s ‘Kylie’s Diary’ Valentine’s Day palette, the 19-year-old makeup designer’s latest endeavor marks the first full drop of blushes from Kylie Cosmetics.
Conservative pundit Tomi Lahren has been called a "Kellyanne Conway in training." Over the past few months, she has compared the #BlackLivesMatter movement to the KKK, expressed blatant xenophobia, and still found time to get into an orthography feud with Wale. The commentator explained to the show's hosts that, as a Republican and someone who "loves the Constitution," she supports limited government. "So I can’t sit here and be a hypocrite and say I’m for limited government but I think the government should decide what women do with their bodies.
In the past, we've showed you a guy who matched his makeup perfectly to snacks. We've also showed you people who served serious looks that echoed Pokémon. Now, we're here to tell you to forget all that. It's cancelled. Throw it in the trash.
For example, this lingerie store 's management company told the store owners to take down their ads featuring plus-size models and those with disabilities. Now, the latest "plus-size" conundrum comes courtesy of fashion brand Simply Be and its beautiful, impeccably art-directed, desert-chic "We Are Curves" ad campaign featuring gorgeous "plus-size" models...who happen to hover around a U.S. size 12 or so. Because while the models are lovely and do indeed have curves (perfect yet un-intimidating hourglass curves at that), they visually represent only a small — in more ways than one — fraction of plus-size women.
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.
Many fitness bloggers, in fact, have used the traditional Instagram side-by-side photo to show that an "ideal" body really can just be a trick of an angle or a well-constructed pose. Fitness blogger Amanda Bucci posted a side-by-side photo comparison of herself on Instagram on Saturday, differentiating between her "bad angle" and her "good angle." And now, she's apologizing for it.
The brand has raised eyebrows with its product clones — including Charlotte Tilbury lipstick look-a-likes, as well as blushes that don’t just look like a Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick but are actually called Shimmer Brick — in the past, and has even spoken out on the subject. Von D posted a side-by-side photo comparing her own Shade + Light Eye Contour Palette, which retails at $48, to the Makeup Revolution Ultra Eye Contour Light & Shade Palette, which is a fraction of the price at $15. The case is convincing, and it’s probably safe to say that the drugstore brand drew some inspiration from Von D’s cult-favorite version — including the name, which is really just a scrambled version of the original with the word “Ultra” tacked on at the front.
Remember Taylor Swift's star-studded fourth of July bash? Of course you do. It had all the makings of an epic Hollywood party: fireworks, a guest list packed with celebrities, and matching swimwear — in Rhode Island, no less. Which is why we're especially jealous of the mini spa day Nina Dobrev threw for her friends this weekend.