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23 Jun

The Hoop Trend Is Doubling Up

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We don't always talk about layering in the context of jewelry — except maybe when it comes to necklaces or bracelets. While we're big fans of piling on tons of clothing, mixing and matching to create eye-catching looks (as long as it's not 90 degrees outside), piling on different pairs of earrings just isn't something most consider. But, the latest trend in hoops, which have been trending hard for months now, is wearing multiples at once — more specifically, doubling (or tripling!) up. And, it totally makes sense why: Seen on just about every celebrity, influencer, and at every price point, hoops are everywhere. This styling tip, however, is the next iteration of the look: Whether it's wearing one big hoop...
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23 Jun

The Coolest Health And Wellness Social-Media Stars Share Their Secrets To Conquering Life

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The Mindfulness Guru: Millana Snow

SUMNER DILWORTH/ COURTESY OF THE SUBJECT
SUMNER DILWORTH/ COURTESY OF THE SUBJECT
Follow her: @millanasnow Her 9-to-5: Cofounder, Serene Book. Rethink Your Alarm Clock: "I wake to 'Caught a Long Wind,' by Feist, at 7 a.m. Then I see where I am—emotionally, physically, and mentally—to set a vibrational tone for the day." Find Your Zen: "I meditate three times a day. The first is 22 minutes of Kundalini kriya meditation, then 10 minutes of silence to check in to my chakras, and finally a breathing exercise where I breathe in for 10 seconds, hold it for 10, and exhale for 10." Consult the Experts: "If I'm feeling stressed, I go to Reiki healers, who help with my energy, and I recently started visiting Michelle Harper at Metaphysica...
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16 Jun

12 Kids Who Are Already Pro Fashion Bloggers

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These mini fashion-bloggers-to-be may not be dressing themselves, but they know exactly how to work their looks. From babies in beanies to toddlers in tiny boots, here are 12 fashionable kids to follow on Instagram. Related: Fashion Bloggers You Should Know

1 Elle

Elle & her mom Linda(@babyellestyle)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 6월 9 오후 7:43 PDT

This stylish tot already has her blogger pose down pat—and a fun-filled wardrobe to back it up.

2 Alonso Mateo

Luisa Fernanda Espinosa(@luisafere)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 3월 23 오전 12:42 PDT

Alonso's mom, Luisa Fernanda Espinosa, has shown off her son's impeccable style since he was a toddler. Coming into his own now, the dapper young boy rocks Gucci and loafers like you've never seen before.

3 Scout

Sai De...
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15 Jun

The Beginner’s Guide To Shopping On Instagram

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These days, Instagram is everything. It's a place to post photos of your dog, brunch, and envy-inducing vacation — but it's also a place for storytelling, activism, self-expression, and, of course, our favorite pastime: shopping. Thanks to the social media platform, our ability to score the clothing and accessories of our dreams is infinite — and that's because tons of indie shops, makers, and designers have tapped the community as a place to flourish, sell their goods, and emphasize their missions. Here, nothing is off-limits; from rare vintage finds to international luxury labels and handmade pieces, Instagram has become the place to discover new brands and get your hands on the items no one else will have. Shopping on Instagram also has...
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14 Jun

Girl Recreates Cara Delevingne’s Disco Head After Losing Her Hair To Chemo

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We've all been living for Cara Delevingne's chrome dome ever since it sparkled down the Met Gala red carpet. She decided to go bald for her new movie Life in a Year, where she plays a dying teen.

The more we embrace who we are as people and rely less on our physical attributes, the more empowered we become. Beauty shouldn't be so easily defined. It is limitless.
Cara Delevingne(@caradelevingne)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 5월 3 오전 8:38 PDT

Now an 8-year-old queen-in-the-making has taken on the look, basically proving to one and all that bald girls do it better. As reported by Refinery29, Brooklyn Hutchinson, who lost her hair after chemotherapy treatments, got her first-ever makeover and chose to accentuate her beautifully bald head...
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29 May

This Is The Polka-dot Blouse You’re Seeing All Over Instagram

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Even if you haven't heard of the French fashion brand Jacquemus, you're probably more aware of it than you think; it's one of the go-to designers for some of the most photographed members of the street-style set and also counts Emily Ratajkowski and Kendall Jenner as fans.
The very cool brand – which was founded and is run by the Rei Kawakubo protégé Simon Porte Jacquemus – is known for its directional clothing, which often features exaggerated sleeves and over-the-top detail.
You're likely to recognise one piece more than any other – a polka-dot blouse with exaggerated ruching and puffy sleeves that has been all over our Instagram feeds. It also comes in a wrap-top design that has proven equally popular.

Here's my...
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29 May

5 Easy Fishtail Braid Tutorials From Our Favorite Hairstylists

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Whether you're a fishtail braid newbie or looking for something a little more advanced, check out five of our favorite tutorials for nailing the easy summer hairstyle.

1 The Beauty Department

Hairstylist Kristin Ess and Lauren Conrad teamed-up to create this fishtail101 crash-course video for beginners. Watch this a few times before graduating to one of the more advanced tutorials, below.

2 Mimi Ikonn/Luxy Hair

Now that you've got the basics down, it's time to try and fishtail the back of your head. It's not as hard as it sounds. Watch blogger Mimi Ikonn demo the French fishtail braid.

3 Adir Abergel

Celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel walks us through a tutorial for a beautiful, wispy crown braid created by weaving two...
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22 May

“Hygge” Is Taking Over Summer Makeup Trends, Too

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Fuzzy socks, crackling fires, piping hot cocoa, soft sweaters — what do all these things have in common? They all fit snuggly into the Danish concept of "hygge," (pronounced hoo-guh), which translates to coziness, comfort, and general conviviality. And they're probably the last thing you want near you when the temperatures rise above 80 degrees. But you can have Hygge in the summer too, says Ole Henriksen, the Denmark-born founder of the synonymous skin-care line. "You sit on your terrace or balcony and create the same environment," he says. For us, we're holding on to Hygge in our beauty routines. First it was with our hair (which is still going strong) and now our makeup is decidedly moving toward the warmer...
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22 May

Learn How To Do a Smoky Cat Eye From Top Beauty Bloggers

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If all your best attempts at smoky eyes left you looking like more like a panda than a person—remain calm. Grab your makeup and a mirror, and press play on one of these six tutorials from top beauty bloggers. Above all, remember: blending is key.

Jaclyn Hill
Hill calls this tutorial a "smoky cat eye for dummies," which means even beginners can nail the look. Pro tip: you'll need a lot of translucent powder to catch any shadow fall-out.

Lisa Eldridge
Eldridge relies on an arsenal of super-luxe Armani and Chanel beauty products for this tutorial, but you can get the same result with drugstore dupes.

Huda Kattan Kattan used a Too Faced palette of shimmery brows and vanilla shades—plus black...
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12 May

Brow Carving Is The Newest Form Of Arch Art Taking Over Instagram

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Over the past few weeks, our newsfeeds have been dominated by arch art, from barbed wire brows to dragon brows. The latest trend? That would be brow "carving," which is less about the styling of the brow hairs and more about creating intricate designs around the edges of the arches. Texas-based makeup artist Alexa Link, the originator of the carved brow, has been posting different variations of the look on her Instagram since April. Now, other MUAs are trying their hand at it too. After studying Link's designs closely, we believe she first traces eyeliner along the brow bone (and beyond), then uses a shadow to blend it out for a gradient effect. In each instance, color on the lid is minimal...
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