The Bolsheviks were deep believers in equality between the sexes, and so widely available cosmetics, as a symbol of liberated womanhood and new proletarian prosperity, were absolutely necessary.
I have Jane Pratt wrapped around my little finger...nail.
It may not be the latest trend, but it's timeless, and worth mastering.
My only prior experience with store-bought fake nails was the embarrassment of having them fall off in public. How mortifying is it to look down at your plate and see that your nails are now chilling in your salad like some cheap plastic nail-shaped croutons? Hell no, and no ma'am.
I took the time to apply Etude House's Play 101 pencils before heading to the hospital, and I regret nothing.
The unusually affordable LORAC Blushing Beauty Collection takes the guesswork out of ridiculously pretty makeup.
In honor of the college football season starting, I'm using Urban Decay’s new Electric Eye Palette to create the coolest makeup looks at the tailgate party, even though I don't really care.
what makes you feel beautiful
It might be a harder question to answer than you think. At least it was for me and some of my friends.
It's moisturizing, antibacterial, and can be used head-to-toe.
This is not the Wet N Wild of my childhood.
My childhood evenings were not complete without an Ann M. Martin The Baby-Sitters Club book by my bedside table and dreams of Kristy and the gang in my head.
For some reason, SOs think I can be trusted with dyeing their hair.
cosmetics for women of color
Looking for good products for women of color is akin to searching for a single bronze needle in an ivory haystack.