- See and make some of the Obamas' favorite meals
- Cute finds for kids with more than one mom or dad
- How to shampoo natural hair
- Kate Middleton repeats outfits for tea with the queen
- See how stars wear their stylish Summer flats
- Which HGTV Design Star contestants have the biggest chance of winning?
- Charities that support our troops
- How real mad men used women to sell cars in the '60s
- Dealing with common Summer workout woes
- Get a sneak peek at Snow White and the Huntsman
- Gift ideas for a geeky groom
- Shop the latest onscreen style from HBO's Girls
- David Beckham makes magazine history
Posts for May 29th 2012
This year's Cannes Film Festival has wrapped up, but we're still amazed by the beauty looks — and much of those glamorous looks were created by a trio of the world's most in-demand hair and makeup artists. Colorist Christophe Robin, hairstylist John Nollet (pictured), and makeup artist Billy B, all L'Oréal ambassadors, tended to stars such as Marion Cotillard and Freida Pinto. Here, they share their advice on how you can achieve a bit of Croisette-level glamour in your everyday life. Read more.
Join us as we set out to inspire health food cravings by talking Taste with people whose lives have been shaped by it. In the first episode of our video series, we spend a day with the acclaimed Chef Jonathan Justus who provides us a little more “texture” on the topic of taste.
The 65th annual Cannes Film Festival has come to a close, and the stars graced red carpets galore in their finest frocks and most glamorous updos. See the hottest looks up close now, and get tips for re-creating some of the stars' captivating coiffures and magnificent maquillage, too.
The long Memorial Day weekend has come to a close, but we can still reminiscence on our days in the sun with these beauty shots from our latest Instagram challenge. From neon nail polish and lips to bountiful waves and braids too, thank you for sharing your vacation with us.
- Embrace your graying hair with these chic styling (and dying) tips — Refinery 29
- Copy the barefoot style of these celebrities as they yacht in Cannes — The Cut
- Saudi Arabian woman speaks out on nail polish persecution — HuffPost Style
- Find out how to correct your biggest eyeliner missteps — Styleite
- Learn the ingredient your shampoo and dish detergent have in common — Stylelist
- See Brit-loving beauty products inspired by the Diamond Jubilee — Racked
- Everything you need to pull off an at-home manicure — Real Simple
- Try a gilded hair accessory inspired by the stars — InStyle
- Steal sexy Summer leg advice from a Sports Illustrated model — Beauty Sweet Spot
- Consider frizz obliterated thanks to these seven strand-smoothers — The Fashion Spot
- Covet these new lip releases from gloss to stain — Real Beauty
Kinky hair should come with an advisory: fragile when wet (and dry). Getting in the shower can be overwhelming when caring for thick hair, but it is also a crucial point that will determine how well your style turns out, because curls are at their bounciest and longest when wet. Celebrity hairstylist Diane Bailey shares her tips for achieving the perfect wash, no matter your hair type. Read more for the simple steps.
YouTube star and beauty guru Michelle Phan always has a new tip or two for making life easier. This week, Michelle tells us how we can ward off breakouts by cleaning a major bacteria culprit: your cell phone:
These days, our phones go everywhere with us — the bedroom, the bathroom, the classroom, the nightclub, the grocery store, the gym, and just about everywhere else. Think about all those places for a minute . . . and then think about how these phones aren't just attached to our wrists; they're attached to our faces. Shudder.
Because of all of the environments and germs that they are exposed to, our phones accumulate a lot of germs. Add in the fact that we use our hands to operate them, and it's one big, nasty germfest. Now think about how every time you talk on one of them, you're pressing these substances against your beautiful, delicate skin. Unless you're using an earpiece or speaker, you've basically just applied a film of filth on your face. Yuck!
It's obvious, then, that phones can pose a very real problem for your skin. This isn't news to anyone, but it's a really good reminder. Our parents and grandparents probably never thought to associate phone care with skin care! Now, though, you gotta. Here are some tips on how to wipe that baby down and help reduce breakouts on your face:
Take a good look at the skin around your nose and cheeks. If you see any bumps, uneven areas or even tiny holes, then you have enlarged pores. Not so thrilled? We feel your pain, so we've tracked down three pore-minimizing primers. Each one also stops shine in seconds by smoothing your skin and keeping your makeup intact for hours. Look for added benefits that will keep your skin and makeup looking good long after you applied them, too. Watch now to get the scoop.