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- Beauty products that do double-duty — Allure
- Fake a postbeach glow with these products — Real Simple
- Nail Taylor Swift's electric Summer eye look — The Fashion Spot
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- Get your SPF coverage with these beauty buys — Real Beauty
- The final word on stopping frizzy hair for good — Naturally Curly
June is Blonde Appreciation Month, and it comes at a good time. Blondes are having a serious moment in Hollywood, with celebrities like Anne Hathaway and Demi Lovato trying the hue. But they aren't the first ones who have taken the plunge with a color change. Click through to see some stars you may have forgotten, who have experimented with lightened locks.
You want longer, healthier hair? Then perhaps you should look into how well you're treating your scalp. Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy Celebrity Dermatologist Francesca Fusco breaks down how getting gorgeous hair has so much to do with the root of your hair. Plus, she reveals some of her professional secrets to getting the lustrous strands you desire.
Home fragrances like candles are one of beauty's more luxurious products, and for good reason. There's nothing better than striking a match, lighting a candle, and settling down for some beauty rest after a long day . . . especially if you've got a candle like Aerin's Sky Flower Candle ($58). Part of Aerin's Home Fragrance Collection, which was created in conjunction with Nest Fragrances, Sky Flower evokes the scent of a lush garden bouquet. Notes of gardenia, tuberose, jasmine, and magnolia mesh playfully with hints of bergamot and bourbon vanilla, making this candle the ultimate buy for floral lovers. And as if that weren't enough, Sky Flower is packaged in a gorgeous box that's more keepsake than clutter. And once the wax is gone, you can use the frosted blue glass holder to house its own floral bouquet, making this a candle that comes full circle.
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Coconut oil is comparable to the MacGyver of beauty ingredients. It can salvage dry cuticles, control split ends and frizz, smooth stretch marks, hydrate flaky skin, and also be used as a healthy cooking oil. We've seen it show up in so many different beauty products that we decided to show off our favorite coconut-infused cosmetics, skin care, and hair products. On Kirbie: Everly dress, ShopLately necklace.
No matter how old you are, acne can be a pesky problem that seems to never go away. Products that claim to clear away blemishes can cost a pretty penny, but never fear. The drugstore is filled with products that can help you get clearer, more enviable skin. So in honor of National Acne Awareness Month, here are 10 of the best for you right here.
Last night at the Monsters University premiere in LA, Beth Behrs did a new take on a favorite Summer style. While we're used to seeing the classic milkmaid braid, Beth added even more texture by pinning up two fishtail braids instead. Her stylist Aviva Perea curled her hair in one-inch sections wrapping each piece in opposite directions. Then she used Dove Invigorating Dry Shampoo ($5) all over her hair to help add texture. Perea made four braids, two behind each ear. The braids were half fishtail with the ends being regular three-strand braids. She pinned up the braids to frame Beth's blunt bangs and left tendrils around her face to draw attention to the colorful eye makeup.
Her makeup artist, Jamie Greenberg, created the colorful eye makeup with a mix of pink, purple, and burgundy eye shadows to make her blue eyes pop. She started by applying a primer to lids for staying power. The pink shade on Beth's crease is Mark i-Mark Eye Shadow in Luvstruck ($7) mixed with a darker burgundy shade on the outer corners. Greenberg then used a purple hue to line the eyes. Finally, she layered black mascara with YSL Volume Effect Faux Cils Mascara in Burgundy ($30). Even though Beth wore this look on the red carpet, it's easily translatable to any Summer soiree this season.
With all the various brands, launches, and new innovations, a girl could really go crazy shopping for makeup. But in honor of National Splurge Day, we're helping you create your ideal makeup bag with all the products you should consider buying straight from the department store. To find out the breakdown on where you should invest your makeup dollars, read more.