Is there a woman in the world who doesn't love stripes? If so, we'd like to meet her. They've been spotted on everyone from Audrey Hepburn and Jean Seberg to current stars like Michelle Williams and Nicky Hilton. Stripes add bold, sporty, and crisp appeal to any outfit, look fabulous with everything from a sequin skirt to jeans and sandals, and they don't have to be an investment — unless you're lusting after Jil Sander's Spring collection like we are. We found a bounty of crisp, classic striped pieces, from dresses to tops, all under $100. Just click our widget to shop.
Most of you prefer heavier eyebrows, but just like hairstyles, makeup shades, and clothing fashions, different shapes and textures of eyebrows go in and out of style over time. In the the '20s and '30s, it was all about thin, dramatic brows with lots of curves. In the '80s, it was all about a bigger-the-better attitude. And then there were the '90s, when brows were so thin, tweezers never got a break. So let's take a peek at some of the most memorable eyebrow styles over decades past. Which era stands out most for you?
Welcome back to our newest BellaSugar feature, Bella Donna, where I'll pay tribute to beauty icons through the ages. A Bella Donna could be an actress, a model, or another prominent historical or modern figure. The only requirement is that she have a distinct and influential look. That can certainly be said of this week's Bella Donna, actress Jean Seberg.
During her early career, Seberg's films were largely flops—but then came her leading role in the French New Wave classic Breathless, which transformed her into an international star. Known for her beauty as much as her acting abilities, she stood out from a sea of other starlets by sporting a blonde pixie cut. To see a gallery of photos, read more