Month: January 2019

[ad_1] In the poetic words of Kimberly “Sweet Brown” Wilkins, “Ain’t nobody got time for that.” We all don’t have enough time. This is just a fact. Before critics of my time management skills start citing “How I Hacked Time” articles and “I’m a Mom of 17 Who Meal Preps, Works Out, and Travels in
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[ad_1] If the word “effortless” was to manifest itself as a hairstyle, it would be wavy hair. The texture—a happy medium between voluminous curls and straight hair—evokes ease and nonchalance from whoever wears it. Strands look shiny and sleek but have a bend to add some movement: You’ve done something but nobody can quite put
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[ad_1] Getty Images The side braid is the ultimate effortless look. Whether you’re going for just an accent or a full glamazon jumbo braid, chances are wearing one will make you look and feel very pulled together. Instead of searching through thousands upon thousands of YouTube hair tutorials, we compiled the seven best side braid
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[ad_1] There’s a lot to love about Glossier, from the brand’s glossy, millennial pink-drenched Instagram feed to its minimalist beauty products that leave your skin feeling (and looking) like skin. But while the brand has the formula for dewy skin down pat, not all complexions were represented in the brand’s cult-favorite products, especially the Perfecting
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[ad_1] Remember those white hotel slippers Justin Bieber was seen bopping across New York City in last August? Turns out he wasn’t just a huge fan of the comfy (yet too-small) slippers, he actually designed a whole line of them and debuted his newest experiment when he launched his own fashion label, Drew, last December.
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[ad_1] For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a manicure maximalist. I love nail art and bright colors; Fire engine red has practically become a neutral for me. Lately, however, I’ve been drawn to more muted tones. Maybe it’s the season, which makes me bundle up in all black and be moody across
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[ad_1] Achieving defined and moisturized curls doesn’t take rocket science. All it takes is a ride-or-die curl enhancing cream that has enough power to morph your frizzy, unruly crown into a shiny, hydrated mane. Ask any curly-haired girl you know with a beauty arsenal brimming with as many hair products as your local beauty supply
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[ad_1] Getty Images Rather than succumb to winter-induced hair hibernation, why not spring forward with a fresh look? A look that’s simultaneously brand new and a blast from the past? Clayton Hawkins, celebrity hairstylist to cool girls Awkwafina, Laura Harrier, and Elizabeth Olsen, played fortune teller for ELLE.com and predicted the biggest hair trends for
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[ad_1] Dermstore Après Beach Wave and Shine Spray Oribe dermstore.com Without mincing words, my hair is kind of my thing. I’m fully aware 95 percent of it is out of my control—it’s the hair I was given (thanks, genes!)—but the small amount I can take credit for comes down to avoiding the dryer and mass-ordering
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[ad_1] Getty ImagesMarc Piasecki Please hold all other news for the next 24 hours, because Celine Dion just rendered half the internet incapable of moving after debuting her latest Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week look. While arriving at the Folies Bergere Music Hall in Paris, Dion channeled her inner chic flight attendant with Alexandre Vauthier
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[ad_1] ELLE Editorial: City Beach Photographed by Chris Colls and Styled by Ilona Halmer Jan 25, 2019 CHRIS COLLS The urbanist’s approach to going coastal? A neutral color palette punctuated by animal prints and carefree leather fringe. Gown, knit brief, choker, all, Dior. CHRIS COLLS Leather vest, Coach 1941, $2,000. Bikini bottom, Melissa Odabash, $123.
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[ad_1] Jan 25, 2019 Getty Images This Valentine’s Day, find your one true pairing: A hairstyle that really works for you. Don’t settle for basic waves—instead let Bella Hadid, Gemma Chan, Rihanna, and Millie Bobby Brown inspire a more creative date night hair look. Ahead, 17 celebs with romantic hairstyles to love. Advertisement – Continue
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[ad_1] . Some dates good; most dates bad. In ELLE.com’s Dates of Wrath column, anonymous daters share true stories of their very worst rendezvous. This week: FOUR locations, three girls, two friends, and one strip club. It was one of my first Tinder dates, so I wasn’t as hardened as I am now. Also, I
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[ad_1] Dear E. Jean: What’s the best way to move past rejection, whether it’s job rejection or romantic rejection? The conventional wisdom is to remain resolute and “try, try again,” but I’ve been doing that with no luck. What should I do?—Human Repellent Human, My Heliotrope: I know more about rejection than any advice columnist
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[ad_1] It’s the first snowfall of the season, and class is about to begin in the low-lit lounge of the Nomo hotel in SoHo. Women in their twenties mill about, nervously chatting each other up between hors d’oeuvres and sips of white wine. Diverse and attractive, some are turned out for date night with Kardashian
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[ad_1] Some days you’re the glamorous Princess of Genovia. Other days, frizz makes you feel like a pre-makeover Mia Thermopolis. Blame humidity or DNA (shoutout to my fellow curly-haired queens), but whatever the source, the frizz requires management skills. Los Angeles-based hairstylists Michael Dueñas and Caile Noble shared some of the best tips, tricks, and
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[ad_1] It’s the day after my appearance in Lagos, Nigeria, at the Aké Arts & Book Festival. I scroll through my Instagram feed, still too tired to do anything other than relive the moment online. “Love the dress!” says one response. “You look gorgeous!” says another. “Simply stunning!” Though the event was well attended and
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