News flash! Contrary to what you may have read at the nail salon or in the checkout line, celebrities are not just like us. Last time we checked, we didn't have a private chef, driver, or trainer — although we're totally open to all three — nor do we live in a gated community or vacation on yachts. (Again, we wouldn't mind...) But one way celebrities — even the richest, the most famous, the most successful, and the most otherworldly — actually do seem relatable? They love cheapie beauty scores that actually work.
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 of a pencil into one user-friendly product that doesn't budge once it sets.
Most of the time, the stars of Keeping Up With the Kardashians exist in a glitzy, isolated realm that’s a joy to look at, but difficult to relate to. The episode focuses on the question of whether Kim can carry another baby, following complications during her pregnancies with North and Saint West.
"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.
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.
Getting everything you want all the time would be nice, but unless your name is Veruca Salt (and even she paid the price eventually), life is a series of trade-offs.
To make sense of it all, we decided to poll our favorite makeup artists to see what they love and use most — and then, we divided the tools and cosmetics into easy-to-understand categories.
News flash! Contrary to what you may have read at the nail salon or in the checkout line, celebrities are not just like us.
This past week, Caudalíe has unveiled the newest piece to the puzzle: A soft cream that feels as luxurious as ones much higher in price that harnesses the power of the science it’s named for.
To state the obvious: People are obsessed with Harry Styles’ hair. Back in May, the Internet collectively freaked when he chopped off his long locks for charity. We, along with every tween, swooned hard over pictures of his new cut for weeks on end. (We may or may not have made him our computer desktop background.) Who is Harry Styles without his hair?, we wondered. Do we even know him anymore?
When we first laid eyes on this cute blending sponge, we were both stoked (look how adorable!) and nervous (if a blending sponge shaped like an egg rings in at $20 a pop, how much would a diamond-shaped one cost?). But it turns out it’s our lucky day, because this marbled cutie only looks expensive.
Who can forget Sex and the City’s Aidan insisting on hoarding five separate Speed Sticks? Much like foundation and SPF, the deodorant is a mysterious creature.
Two months ago, if you’d asked me if I’d be in the office of dermatologist Whitney Bowe, MD, getting fillers with one of my best friends, I’d have told you not a chance in hell.
Like booster supplements in smoothies and freshly pressed green-drink orders, the use of serums in skin care can at first seem like a superfluous, if not costly indulgence.