It’s true that some of the best performing products in the beauty industry are bargain buys, but there are others, whose outrageously priced items leave you scratching your head wondering if you should try it or pay rent this month. Here, we bring you a carefully curated selection of the best creams in the market that totally live up to their hefty price tags, because CR’s got your back (and face).
If you've had a lob haircut in the last five years, you can thank Kristin Ess. The celebrity hairstylist, who works with clients like Lauren Conrad and Lucy Hale, was one of the major players in the #cleartheshoulders hair movement. But her influence doesn't stop there—and she has the internet to thank for it.
Had SO much fun this morning with the most beautiful kween @marianna_hewitt who’s drive, determination and aesthetic I’ve admired for a very long time. And now watch me brush her hair. 😂🖤👑 KRISTIN ESS HAIR(@kristin_ess)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 10월 23 오후 2:18 PDT
Los Angeles is arguably one of the most fit cities in the world. Yoga, pilates, boxing—there's a boutique workout studio and pop-up class happening on almost every corner of the City of Angels. So we took to the streets to see what the Los Angeleans are really doing to stay in shape.
Watch above to learn the fitness routines and workout secrets of women in LA, and stay tuned for their diet and beauty secrets. In the meantime, watch what the women of Paris had to say their fitness routines below.
From Harper's BAZAAR
The 34-year-old model, mom, and founder of Kora Organics has an in-house spa, is an expert at doing her own eyebrows, and mixes a mean cocktail.
From top, clockwise: Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lips lipstick in Miranda May, $34, shop.nordstrom.com; Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $21, amazon.com; Benefit Gimme Brow Brow-Volumizing Fiber Gel, $24, amazon.com.
Cold weather got you down? Is your skin dry? Sick and tired of using teeth whitening strips that don’t work? There’s a secret ingredient for all these ailments, and it’s charcoal. Yes, you read that right. Charcoal. You know, that lightweight black carbon and ash residue that men use for outside grilling? (Ok, maybe not the kind you buy at Home Depot). This stuff is a true miracle worker, trust us. All you need to do is give it a chance. Here, CR brings you five unexpected ways to incorporate it into your beauty routine.
Hair often feels like an afterthought at the gym—pull it back and go—but if competitive athletes are any indication, workout hair might actually affect your performance. Professional boxers are required to secure hair with "soft and non-abrasive materials" according to the Women's Boxing Association. For gymnasts, hair must be pulled back away from the face so as not to obscure vision. And female Taekwondo competitors are required to wear long hair in a bun or a ponytail to prevent snags. Of course, taking the time to get overly done up for a workout is probably going overboard. These runway styles strike the balance.
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