One celebrity is starting off the new year with something to look forward to: Actress America Ferrera is expecting her first child with husband Ryan Piers Williams. The announcement came in the form coordinated Instagram posts, in which the two of them wore festive 2018 glasses while Ferrera held up a little gray baby onesie
TL;DR: A chocolate brown gel eyeliner pencil that is soft enough to blend into a shadowy smoke When Rodial’s Smokey Eye Pen in Brown showed up at my desk (my friend Monica, our digital producer, snuck it onto my seat — these are things that just happen daily when you work at a beauty magazine),
TL;DR: It’s like a S.A.D lamp for my skin — brightening and winter-proofing (tonally-speaking). Vitamin C serums are a dime a dozen. There are a handful of types of vitamin C and they all have way too many letters in their names and why do there need to be so many? I just want nice glowing
TL;DR: A styling spray gives you bombshell volume and a windswept texture. I have the kind of fine hair that’s almost always meh at the roots, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing — I’m not used to seeing myself with tons of volume, so I honestly like the way my hair dries on its own.
TL;DR: A soft, pink liquid lipstick that dries matte. I am a creature of habit, so if you’ve ever sorted through my extensive collection of lipsticks, you might see a trend. I usually gravitate towards wearing a nude lip (though I do enjoy an electric blue or fuchsia every once in a while). Think warm
Skin 100 Years of Skincare Take a look back at the last century of skincare. From Coco Chanel sparking a 1920s tanning oil fad, to cleansing with a cold cream in the 1950s, to the Korean sheet masks and snail creams of the 2010s, find out how skincare has evolved over the last 100 years.