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It seems the change is for a movie—she Snapchatted a shot of her new hue with the director of her new, postapocalyptic film, Break My Heart 1,000 Times. And it could be a wig, but knowing Thorne, we think it's highly possible she took the plunge here and dyed her real hair. After all, this natural blond has been everything from red to brown to "poison ivy" (that would
On my cheeks: I need a little warmth because my skin is so light, so I decided to try the pigment as a highlighter-blush combo. And to see how it looks as a complete look, I added some lipstick. I concentrated the cream blush on the apples of my cheeks and then blended it up onto my cheekbones. (Warning: If you apply it too far under your eyes, it looks like a bruise.)
Fashion month never fails to bring us some serious hair inspo. And this season was especially good in taking fun, inventive ideas to the forefront, from playing with multiple textures to new incarnations of just plain old pretty looks. Think: classic buns and braided updos with subtle tweaks to feel more modern. The best part, though, is that there's a style that works
Hair accessories haven't always gotten the best rap. Butterfly clips. Bows. Scrunchies. (We all know how Carrie Bradshaw felt about them.) That's why the designs landing in stores this spring are going to smash your expectations—and then some. It's in great part thanks to Jen Atkin, hair master to the Kardashians and collaborator with the undeniably cool accessory line
As for World of Dance, if you're curious, here's what we know: It's a competition show in which dancers compete for a $1 million prize, hosted by Jenna Dewan-Tatum and judged by Lopez (who is also an executive producer), Derek Hough, and Ne-Yo. And that means we'll get another chance to see the ex–American Idol host back in a judging chair, but this time no one is in
After penning a moving letter on the racism she and her family have experienced throughout their lives, Suits star Meghan Markle is speaking out on the topic even further. In the April issue of Allure, which features stories about diversity, inclusion, and the politics of skin color in beauty from 41 women of color, Markle opened up about the assumptions and inequality
Not to state the obvious, but there are many reasons to love watching Olympic athletes. Their superhuman strength and speed, their dedication to smashing records and making history, their uplifting attitudes, and—no matter what tone-deaf men or Internet trolls might say—catching glimpses of their impressive makeup. And now you can also add tattoo envy to that list.
All in all, I landed where I knew I would on the issue: I love ridiculously long hair so much. I feel weirdly protected by it, kind of like a long, strange security blanket that I have to put in a braid at night and brush all the time otherwise it gets tangled. I’m sure the protection aspect comes from this idea that we’re all supposed to be long-haired princesses,
Maybe it's just us, but whenever we get paid, part of our paycheck goes to taxes, some to our retirement fund, and the rest? Too Faced. While we may be exaggerating a little, there's no denying that Too Faced is on a roll with its must-have staples—the launch of its Sweet Peach collection basically broke the Internet—and collabs with beauty heavyweights like Kat Von
When curly hair does show up at awards show, on your Insta feed, or somewhere else in pop culture, it turns into a punchline. (See: Halle Berry's corkscrew afro at the 2017 Oscars.) No wonder we're so conditioned to see straight hair as normal and anything else—curly, natural, etc.—as not. Only recently has that begun to change. "I looked in the mirror and my hair
And then around age eight, I started noticing that there was this girl, this blond girl, with two superlong blond ponytails, and everyone was, like, gagging over these ponytails. I wanted that attention. I wanted to be seen too. I associated it with the hair, and I definitely didn’t have that hair. My mom thought I was too young for relaxers, but I wore her down and
Plenty of crazy beauty products cross my desk in any given week, so it takes something truly mind-blowing to stop me in my tracks. But that's exactly what the latest mascara tool from Hourglass Cosmetics, the Curator, did. Comprising three parts—a brushless wand (I know), a primer, and a mascara pot—this tool works like nothing you've ever seen. The sleek instrument