Rimmel London has been forced to pull an apparently “misleading” mascara ad featuring Cara Delevingne and her dangerously beautiful lashes.
Unicorns no longer just have the power to counteract poison. Now, they can make your cheekbones pop.
If you asked me who I’d side with during an argument between Adam Levine and Alicia Keys, I’d probably just slowly step back, shake my head and run off to do something worth my time. So imagine my surprise as I now HEARTILY agree with Adam Levine for pointing out that Alicia Keys’ “no makeup” look does, in fact,…
Over the past few months, you may have seen commercials for a Phantom of the Opera-esque beauty treatment, a plastic mask full of glowing lights that promises clearer skin. Like glycolic acid peels or at-home laser hair removal, it is the latest product to act as a holy grail: something that was once relegated to the…
In Glossier’s relatively short existence, the make-up company has done so brilliant a job at marketing its no-frills, minimalist, unfussy cool-girl aesthetic that it has already become cultural shorthand unto itself. Their advertising tends to depict—and their cultish acolytes tend to be—busy women going for that…
Gabrielle Union is about to break into the lucrative beauty business with a new line of hair care products under Ulta Beauty.
Welcome to Face Cadet, a beauty review column wherein we slather various pigments and tinctures on our facial zones, then let you know if they’re worth it.
To my shock and mild horror, I became a Sephora VIB Rouge member this year—the highest level in Sephora’s rewards program. I qualified after spending $1,000 in a calendar year.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie recently became the face of Boots No7 and promptly began her press tour by gently explaining to various publications why it’s okay to be a renowned feminist writer and wear lipstick.
Famed feminist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie used to hide her high heels and ignore Sephora’s siren song. Now she’s here to tell us that wearing makeup doesn’t actually mean anything, so do what you want with your face.
Is makeup over?
Years ago at Jezebel, we had a regular column called Worth It that we used to recommend products that we actually liked. Advertisers had no involvement—it was simply the online version of a person suggesting their favorite lipstick/humidifier/bike lock to a friend.
Three years ago, I made a trip to Sephora with one specific purpose in mind: to search for the perfect foundation. Surely, some mystical brown shade existed at the elusive nexus of “good” and “right.” Having spent most of my life wearing solely mascara and a resting bitch face, this was my first time hunting for just …
ColourPop Cosmetics’ new lip wand is a little too fuzzy for some people’s tastes.
There is a storm raging in the beauty world, and soon we will all be soaked in the deluge (of response vids).
Cosmetics brand Hard Candy is suing CoverGirl’s parent company over a Katy Perry makeup logo they claim looks a lot like their own.
Tom Brady and Jennifer Garner’s favorite super man, Ben Affleck, has recently been photographed with a slightly modified look, and I’ve gotta say, it’s working for both him and me. Affleck’s sullen eyes have always added an element of mystery to his classic Hollywood handsomeness, and—thanks to a delicate layer of…
While Kylie Jenner continues to dominate Snapchat and the hearts of teens worldwide, she and her company, Kylie Cosmetics, have officially failed to impress the Better Business Bureau. Excuse me, BBB? What happened to “follow for follow back”?
Kylie Jenner has been forced to take a break from dancing in dangerously lit Coachella crowds to do damage control, after a makeup artist complained about her lip kit’s quality on Twitter.