Ladies, Movember is upon us. And while we can't exactly go with the boys and grow out our mustaches (or, at least, perhaps we wouldn't want to), we can still celebrate with the best of them. The Wet Brush has rolled out its appropriately named Hipster Collection, with the cornerstone being its Mustache Brush ($14). It's the same Wet Brush you know and love, with its flexible bristles for breakage-free brushing on wet hair, but with a little more personality. From big and bushy 'staches to twirly handlebars, this version of The Wet Brush is dotted with a bevy of facial hairstyles. It's a fun way to get into the spirit without succumbing to facial hair; and the best part is they won't scratch at your face or tickle your nose. If only the main man in your life were so considerate.
For colder, drier weather, make night cream an essential in your prebedtime skin care routine. And best of all, these heavy-duty hydrators work double-time while you catch your beauty sleep. Watch to see which three night creams will not only leave your skin moisturized, but also give you flake-free skin the next day. On Kirbie: Club Monaco dress.
Most of us want to hide our acne, but applying heavy foundations and concealers can actually do more harm than good. However, with the following cover-up products, there's no need to worry about causing any unnecessary breakouts; two even fight against acne. See which will keep your skin looking clear in today's Bella Beauty Review. On Kirbie: Anna Catherine sweater, H&M necklace.
The classic hair spray conundrum: which style-setter will work best for my hair without leaving it feeling like a brick? Check out three top options for all textures. Plus, uncover which spray celebrity stylists turn to time and again on the red carpet. On Kirbie: H&M, head piece by ban.do.
Primers pretty much do it all. Not only do they keep your makeup lasting long hours and fill in lines and creases, but, depending on the formulation, they can also clear up acne, mattify oily skin, and smooth out the complexion. Apply under makeup or let it work its magic alone for a natural, flawless look. Take a look at three top multitasking primers now. On Kirbie: Topshop.
At-home lightening sprays have been notorious for turning hair orange in the past, but today's versions promise brass-free strands. John Frieda offers up a Controlled Lightening Spray that claims to give you the beach look sans the unwanted undertones, but does it really work? Find out our results now. On Kirbie: H&M.
Dealing with unruly, frizzy hair is just about as fun as getting a root canal, except the root canal stops when the procedure is finished. The hair? That just seems to get harder to cope with as time goes on. So it's no wonder that keratin-based straightening treatments are a hit at salons around the world since they tame even the wildest of locks for months. The problem is, they can be pricey — ranging from $150 to $300 in some cities. That's why we jumped at the chance to try one of the newest at-home keratin treatments, KeratinPerfect, to see whether it lives up to the salon versions. Watch our video to see!