They say that Hollywood is a fickle place, and that couldn't be more true when it comes to stars and their hairstyles. Whether they're chopping at their length, opting for fringe, or taking a spin in the colorist's chair, leading ladies of Hollywood are always doing a quick hair changeup. Click through and vote on what you think of these recent style changes!
Need a killer BB cream? We have three new launches just in time for Summer that are guaranteed to work wonders while you're wearing them. Whether you need extra sun protection, need to blur your skin's imperfections, or maybe desire a shade that actually matches and evens out your skin tone, we've got just the ticket. On Kirbie: H&M dress.
In the beauty world, your face shape can determine many things from your next haircut to your makeup tactics. Finding the correct measurement is a simple equation of proportions. While the most common shape is oval, others include round, square, triangle, diamond, and heart. Want to find out what category you fall into? Grab a mirror and follow these simple steps to discover your personal shape when you keep reading.
Ginnifer Goodwin may play the innocent Snow White on Once Upon a Time, but her personal style is far from sweet. Every time Ginnifer hits the red carpet, she pushes the beauty envelope. We've seen her pull off everything from blackout eye makeup to Twiggy lashes.
She also never ceases to amaze with her hair creativity. Ginnifer remixes her pixie for every occasion; the styles have ranged from sleek to sultry. Today the actress turns 35, and we've chronicled her most stunning (and shocking) beauty looks.
- Michelle Obama shows us how to grow out bangs — E! News
- A cautionary ad against applying makeup while driving — HuffPost Style
- Get an inside look at Dior's luxury beauty suite at Cannes — The Cut
- Tricks to fade your self-tanner fast — Real Simple
- Take your emerald eye makeup from day to night — The Fashion Spot
- Six beauty products to test out this week — Allure
- How to ease into the colorful hair trend — Beauty High
- Bridal beauty tips for the big day — Real Beauty
- The easy way to trim your hair at home — Naturally Curly
- Get the right blush hue for your skin tone — YouBeauty
Don't let bruises, blisters, blue veins, and stretch marks keep you from baring your legs this Summer. You can don the shortest shorts, high-cut bikinis, and miniskirts with just a little bit of extra coverage (that is, if you choose, of course.) Read on to discover three ways to hide your tiny imperfections during the warmer months.
When it comes to your makeup bag, drugstore beauty is, well, a beautiful thing. From face wipes to lip balms to frizz serums, we've rounded up our favorite products that won't break the bank. They're all under $10, and they're all right here.
- Body wash
- Frizz serums
- Hair treatments
- Classic glamour
- Bold lips
- Lip glosses
- Manicure must haves
- Lip balms
- Hair oils
- Hair sprays
- Face wipes
- Eye shadow
— Additional reporting by Jessica Cruel and Kaitlyn Dreyling
Weddings are just as big a deal on celluloid as they are in real life. In fact, if you look on IMDB right now, there are over 3,400 nuptial-related titles listed. There's a long Hollywood tradition of gorgeous brides on film, but not all weddings are created equal. We've curated 25 of the most beautiful, memorable brides from the movies, from Princess Amidala to Princess Jasmine.
—Additional reporting by Jessica Cruel
When you think of your destiny, we're guessing that body lotion is the last thing on your mind. But cult-favorite brand TokyoMilk is making us reconsider that with its Dark Destiny Body Soufflé ($40). Infused with midnight jasmine, sweet honeysuckle, and freshly cut ginger, this body butter doubles as a seductive perfume. But that's not to say it skimps on moisturizing. Destiny boasts an impressive array of skin-quenching ingredients, like shea butter and avocado oils, to smooth out even the most stubborn dry skin. The best part is that is doesn't leave behind that greasy residue that some lotions do. Glide the creamy lotion all over your limbs, focusing on your pressure points, and you can just about kiss your perfume goodbye.