Apparently today is “National Lipstick Day.” “National Lipstick Day” is not a real holiday, but it’s a great excuse to look at some vintage cosmetics. Let’s get inspired.
Color television wasn't widespread until, oh, the late 1960s. But don't think that stopped makeup brands from advertising their wares on black-and-white programming. They just had to get creative. Really creative. Weirdly creative.
A new lawsuit against Revlon filed by a former employee claims not only that he was the target of bias and unwarranted firing, but that CEO/President Lorenzo Delpani made consistent racist comments against Blacks, Jews, and Americans.
This week, Soledad O'Brien announced that her O'Brien Raymond Starfish Foundation would be teaming up with CoverGirl cosmetics to produce a series of documentaries as part of their "Girls Can" movement. For O'Brien, Girls Can is an way to help empower young women. For CoverGirl, it's the perfect way to convince young…
Much unlike many a magazine editor who recommends you buy all sorts of crap that they most likely got for free, your Jezebel staff doesn't get jack shit (other than books, unsolicited). And that's how it should be. But on our own time, in our personal lives, we still buy stuff. So this is Worth It, our daily…
How gorgeous does Revlon's brand ambassador look in this spot for their latest mascara? Directed by Darren Aronofsky, the commercial also stars a sexy Pharrell shooting longing glances at Biel, which we can only assume makes Justin Timberlake feel soooo jealous right now.
So yeah. I watched the Revlon Just Bitten commercial in which Jessica Biel promised me a "light flush of color." And I bought it. That's not what I got.
A 12-year-old girl in England was detained and questioned by police for more than an hour after she put a splash of nail polish on her thumbnail in a drugstore. The girl was "caught" by a security guard who called the police who told the girl she could be forcibly restrained because she was over the age of 10, even…
Maybe it's just me, but I don't pick up Allure anymore unless one of my favorite actresses is on the cover. Seeing that I have few favorite actresses anymore under the age of 40 and with a Conde Nast-approved Body Mass Index of under 20, this means I pick it up, say, once a year.