Posts in Beauty
Serum Is Better Than Moisturizer — Don’t @ Me

A lot of skin care is straightforward: Cleansers cleanse, moisturizers moisturize, and so on and so forth. But facial serums have been known to send those unfamiliar with skin-care specifics to Google, where they'll find this horrible (and, for these purposes, inaccurate) definition for the word: "an amber-colored, protein-rich liquid that separates out when blood coagulates," named after the Latin word for "whey," which is the liquid that remains after milk has been curdled and strained during the cheese-making process. 

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5 Spectacular Beauty Trends That Swept the London Runways This Week

Leave it to London to take some of New York Fashion Week’s most arresting beauty moments and imbue them with a welcome bit of grit. The second installment of fashion month saw a whirlwind of general vibrance and inventive styling moves commingling with the collections, unabashed expressions peppering the graying days with flecks of can’t-look-away color—in shade and character alike. 

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NYFW Spring 2019: The Best Hair and Makeup Looks on the Runways This Season

New York City, of all of the four cities that host fashion weeks to debut the spring or fall ready-to-wear collections, has a reputation for being the tamest when it comes to beauty. Fresh-faced makeup and simple hairstyles reign supreme on the New York runways, so much so that, in past seasons, beauty editors would take bets on how many ponytails we'd see in a week.

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The Best Beauty From NYFW S/S '19

For one more season at least, beauty looks were the stars of New York Fashion Week. S/S '19 showcased endless swatches of color with models in cropped pastel haircuts, dramatically long nails, vibrant blush, heads full of living greenery and florals... Tom went, saw, took notes—and lots and lots of photos. Scroll through for your own viewing pleasure and just try to pick a favorite.

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The Bedhead Version Of Lipstick Is Here

If you ask us, most lipsticks looks best long after they've been applied. We're talking about the subtle, cool stain that's left behind after you've been wearing the same shade for a few hours. It's an effortlessly cool, soft, and flattering way to wear color — and hard to fake. Over the years some have called it "lipstick nirvana," but we call it the "blurred lip."

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