Following in the footsteps of competitors like Tinder and Bumble, OkCupid has announced it will require its users to use their real names — even if it’s just a first name. The decision that has sparked an uproar with many users, especially with women and the LGBTQ+ community. In an announcement titled “An Open Letter
We don’t give foundation enough credit for all the hard work it puts into our makeup routines. It’s what makes our skin look great and our makeup go on better. And the latest generation of foundations are working even harder, clocking in overtime with applicators built into their packaging. They’re an all-in-one situation, cutting out
Welcome to #BestLife, a column on how to embrace aging and the life changes that come with it. In this installment, Donna Freydkin talks about how her best friend got her through one of the most challenging experiences in her life — and emerge from it stronger than ever. Our code word is #commune. You May
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.
We met Whitney Port back when the reality show The Hills debuted on MTV in 2006. However, a lot has changed in her life since then. She was also on a show called The City, she became a fashion designer in her own right, and she also has a lifestyle brand. She’s also gotten married
A few years ago, for the holidays, Chanel sent out adorable navy blue sweatshirts with the brand’s name written out in white lettering across the chest. Some had hoods, some did not, but either way, everyone in the fashion and beauty industry got one: makeup artists, beauty editors, fashion editors, stylists, celebrities (Kristen Stewart was