- How to tackle antiaging based on your ethnicity — Allure
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- Josie Maran's beauty tips all women should know — The Fashion Spot
- How long women wait to go bare-faced in front of their boyfriends — The Cut
- What you need to know to keep your hair color at its best — Real Simple
- How to wear jewel-tone makeup this season — Daily Makeover
- A honey deep-conditioning treatment to revive your curls — Naturally Curly
- 5 tips for a better manicure from Madonna's manicurist — E! Online
- The right way to wear glitter on your eyes — The Beauty Department
- Chloé's latest fragrance ad will mesmerize you — Styleite
Contouring and highlighting your face is the perfect way to accentuate your best features — and it can help diminish those things you'd like to mask. But the hardest part isn't how to apply the products, but rather knowing which ones to use. Learn what the must-have products are and what to avoid, so you can highlight and contour like a pro. On Kirbie: Rebecca Taylor.
Neutrogena's Transparent Facial Bar ($3) has been the brand's star item since the bar launched back in the 1950s. After many years of its absence from my shower caddy, I recently decided to give the old classic another whirl. I was not disappointed.
With its distinctive amber color and clean scent, you'll likely get a sensory memory explosion of sorts (hello, junior high!). What makes the old-school bar so great is that it leaves behind no residue or tightness. If you have flaky or parched skin, however, this soap might not be the right match due to the high-cleanse formulation. And unlike many creamy cleansers, this solid gel-like bar really does rinse away very easily. Considering the price, results, scent, and the fact that glowy-skinned Jennifer Aniston counts it as one of her favorites, I'll be reserving a spot for this one in my shower once again.
See How Bloggers and Fellow Shoppers Are Gifting on a Shoestring — and Show Us Your Favorite Picks Under $20
It’s easy to get caught up in the generous spirit of the season, but that doesn’t mean you need to start the New Year in the poorhouse. The secret to great gifting is heart and soul, not dollars and cents — so think about who you’re buying for, get creative, and have fun!
For this week’s holiday shopping mission, we’re inviting readers and bloggers to hit their local T.J.Maxx, Marshalls, or HomeGoods stores in search of the best holiday gifts for under $20. Challenge yourself to stretch every cent by scouting out a creatively affordable gift combo, like a colorful cookie jar with biscottis and specialty tea hidden inside or a spa lover’s basket containing a soap, lotion, and candle. With something for everyone on your list at up to 60 percent off department store prices every single day, these stores are your one-stop resource for gifts that are low on price but high on creativity and style.
Be sure to show or tell us about your under-$20 choice by sharing a photo or tweet using the hashtag #TheGifter. You will automatically be entered for a chance to win a $500 gift card and be featured on #TheGifter holiday gifting hub!
Click here now to visit #TheGifter holiday gifting hub, and find out how top bloggers and readers just like you are Outgifting For Under $20 this week.
What to wear, where to get it, how to style it . . . Navigating the Fall fashion landscape can be tricky, which is why we're as obsessed with this latest series of shoppable videos from Amazon Fashion as we are with Amazon itself!
Each video is like a mini fashion show spotlighting a different trend with expert insight on how to style it. Even better, the video is shoppable — simply click on items you like (printed dress, belted coat, structured bag), and you'll be instantly directed to a shoppable link on Amazon.com/Fashion. With a wide selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories, plus convenient perks like free returns, it's the ultimate destination for all your Fall fashion needs.
Watch the first video now for a stylish briefing on must-have outerwear looks like a basic blazer, an unstructured jacket, and a bold coat. Like what you see? Instead of lugging it to the mall and squeezing yourself into some poorly lit dressing room, click right through to Amazon.com/Fashion, where you can shop what you want — and easily return what you don't!
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- A truly awesome Cleopatra makeup tutorial — Beauty
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- The highs and lows of being a mom on Halloween — Moms
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- What Harry Potter can teach you about love — Love & Sex
- Kate Moss is living the good life on her latest getaway — Celebrity & News
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- Visit some of the most haunted sites in the US — Smart Living
- Whose Pink Party look do you like best? — Fashion
When you want to go for a glamorous Halloween costume, Cleopatra is an iconic beauty look that's all about the makeup. Taking inspiration from Elizabeth Taylor's turn as the Egyptian pharaoh, MAC senior artist Luc Bouchard showed us how to create a stunning eye look for any Cleopatra costume. Click on to see how to get this gorgeous palette yourself.
Celebrities were the topic of conversation this week on our social media sites. Lauren Conrad and Taylor Swift both motivated you to comment and click on Google+. But on Pinterest, it was nail art and quotes from Coco Chanel that got the most likes. Discover the most-shared stories from the week that was and please be sure that you're following POPSUGAR Beauty on social, too!
Even the most prepared bride can encounter beauty mishaps on her wedding day. But you've spent so much time getting ready; it would be a shame to not be prepared in case something goes awry. So consider arranging a bridal survival kit to pack with you for the ceremony and reception. It should contain everything you need for wedding day minidisasters, from preaisle jitters to runny mascara and stained dresses. Spread the items among your bridesmaids so you'll never be without your tools in a clutch. To see what to have on hand to be prepared for every outcome, just keep reading.