Month: November 2022

The golden rule of skincare has always been to wear SPF, as it’s a godsend product for addressing anti-aging, preventing and reducing dark spots, and offering protection from the sun. Truth is, SPF alone can’t address every skincare woe you may be dealing with, and often, it’s the big guns—targeted serums, gentle cleansers, hydrating moisturizers,
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When it comes to wellness, I’m almost always game to try a new product or experience. Sitting in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber? Sure. Cryotherapy? I’ve dabbled. But the luxury wellness experience that I have been obsessed with since the very first time I tried it in 2017 is infrared sauna. There’s just one small snag:
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Getty + Design Leah Romero Everyone wants to be Emma Chamberlain, or at the very least be her friend. How could you not? She’s effortlessly cool, wildly stylish, and refreshingly low-key. “Low-key” for someone with 16.2 million followers on Instagram, that is. The internet-influencing, coffee-sipping, art-collecting, sweater vest-wearing 21-year-old is, ostensibly, good at everything, which
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Rosdiana Ciaravolo I get it—brown mascara seems kinda… pointless. But then I saw Kylie Jenner use it on her sister, Kim Kardashian, when she was doing her everyday makeup look and I had to reconsider. And here’s the thing: Kardashian calling Jenner’s trick of using brown mascara on the bottom lashes “genius” is legit. Coating
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Christian MacDonald If the last few seasons of fashion shows have taught us anything, it’s that sheer is here. The world of tights can seem intimidating or even old-fashioned, but brands like Wolford and Fogal are making the wardrobe staple anything but. On the runways, Valentino, Nensi Dojaka, and Victoria Beckham are just a few
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Putting aside the burgeoning 2010s twee revival, the word “quirky” gets a bad rap in fashion. But when Alessandro Michele, then largely unknown, came onto the scene seven years ago, he made eccentricity feel cool again after years dominated by tastefully
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Richard BordGetty Images I’m happy to announce that the ’90s blowout trend seems to be sticking around. While I spent most of the early aughts furiously straightening my hair with a flat iron on full blast, it seems like nowadays, bigger is better. Whether you’ve mastered wielding a round brush and blow dryer around your
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