Beauty

Matt WinkelmeyerGetty Images Honest Beauty. Goop Beauty. Kylie Skin. Kora Organics. It seems like the list of celebrity-founded beauty brands grows longer and longer each week, and Millie Bobby Brown is joining the squad with her own Gen Z-focused beauty brand Florence by Mills. The name comes from Brown’s great-grandmother. The actress says she “felt
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Rosdiana CiaravoloGetty Images Since its Western debut several years ago, Korean beauty has undoubtedly revolutionized the beauty industry. What started off as a trend has become a major game-changer for the business, spawning countless K-beauty companies and even prompting non-Korean brands to jump on the bandwagon and attempt their own takes on Seoul-inspired skincare. K-beauty’s
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Steve GranitzGetty Images People really hate the word moist—like really hate it, but Ashley Graham doesn’t. I sat on a couch in front of the supermodel in her hotel room on a balmy Saturday afternoon in Chicago, just an hour before she was set to make a grand appearance at Revlon’s Rollerama roller skating experience
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Physicians Formula ulta.com $10.99 Part liner, part lash serum, this affordable liquid liner is a favorite of Taylor, the vlogger behind Thataylaa on YouTube. “It stays on. It’s quick. It applies pretty well over shimmer eyeshadows,” she says in a review. “For a basic, everyday, quick, easy wing this is definitely my favorite liner I’ve found.
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Fornillo stories.com $17.00 “Not going to lie — I love free things. A majority of my beauty cabinet is loaded with freebies, and few join the ranks of products I subscribe to, and will actually buy, IRL. & Other Stories’ Fornillo Body Jelly has joined those ranks. It’s named after a beach along the Amalfi
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Entering the nail salon can feel like stepping onto a battleground. Depending on your nails’ size and shape, it could feel like there are more limitations than possibilities. Whether it’s stressing that your nails are too short for a dark color, or wishing your lifestyle could allow for a stiletto mani á la Cardi B,
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Let’s get one thing out of the way: French manicures have never left. They are, after all, the grandmother of all those trendy negative space nail designs you double tap on Instagram. However, the early 2000s iteration we all wore way back when—square, thick white tip, most likely acrylic—have remained buried right alongside gel pens
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