Beauty

Miss A is a website that sells cruelty-free dollar cosmetics. High-end makeup is often marketed as worth its high price point, so we tried Miss A’s most popular products to see if they actually work. See more from Miss A: https://www.shopmissa.com/ INSIDER beauty believes everyone should shine from hair to makeup and everything in between.
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We all know and love the Beautyblender, and it’s used by everyone from makeup artists to everyday makeup wearers, but at $20 a sponge, it’s an expensive tool to keep replacing every few months. We decided to test out beauty sponges from L’Oréal, Morphe, EcoTools, Japonesque, Shop Miss A, Real Techniques, and Revlon against the
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Insider’s Caroline Aghajanian visited Nails Paradise in Los Angeles to learn about some of the different nail techniques they offer and picked four of the most popular to try. She wore sculptured acrylic nail forms with gel extensions for three weeks, and then a gel manicure with dipping powder for three weeks. She determined which
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Box braids will always be the crown jewel of protective styles, but with new techniques being birthed at light-speed, the black girl staple is quickly fading to the background while buzzier new styles take the throne. Last summer, knotless braids—a more modern iteration of classic box braids but with less tension at the root—held the
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Your social schedule is packed. You’ve got a Zoom meeting with your boss at noon, a happy hour with your friends at six, and a possible virtual dinner date on Friday and Saturday night. While we all work and live from home indefinitely, video calls are becoming the norm for any and all human interaction.
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“I almost feel like the people who are the most confident probably don’t need a following,” Huda Kattan, a beauty mogul with 42 million Instagram followers and nearly 4 million YouTube subscribers, admits. “They’re probably really quiet, simple people.” Kattan’s life as a beauty blogger and makeup artist isn’t much of either. She’s unafraid to
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Francesco Luigi Scotti “So you really want to know [what I’ve had done]?” says Huda Kattan through a shy smile. I do—and I’m guessing her 43 million Instagram followers and 3.8 million YouTube subscribers are also curious. We’re sitting in the bathroom of Huda Beauty’s Dubai headquarters, which often doubles as the setting for the
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Saweetie might just be the beauty vlogger we never knew we needed. Earlier this week the rapper, while cooped up in her Los Angeles home during quarantine due to the outbreak of coronavirus, went live on Instagram to demo her new makeup collaboration with Morphe called Backstage With Saweetie. While in Saweetie’s words she, “failed
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Featured Advertisement When it comes to your health, feeling comfortable and confident on the outside can be just as important as how you feel inside. And for a lot of women, having short or thin eyelashes can negatively affect their self-confidence. With the right medication, enhancing your eyelashes is possible. Latisse (bimatoprost) is the only
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Maybe it’s the warm weather talking, but summer manicures just hit different. Whether it’s a vacation getaway or hanging out poolside, this fun-loving season makes us divert from our regular manicures for something splashier. The nail trends this summer are no different, taking a cue from 2020’s experimental beauty by playing with shapes and color.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, beauty and wellness businesses have suspended services and in-person shopping for consumers across the globe. Retailers like Glossier and Sephora are taking cautionary measures to prevent the spread of the disease, with both releasing statements this week on their plans moving forward. Glossier Glossier announced today that it will
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Since taking the creative helm of Gucci in 2015, Alessandro Michele has created a singular visual identity for the house. One that’s exuberantly twisted, where disembodied heads make runway appearances, gender is fluid (See: Harry Styles in pearls), and the soundtrack is often Lana Del Rey. It’s in this bizarro dimension that Thomas De Kluyver
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