Beauty

Cocoa Shea Blissful Body Butter OZNaturals $24.95 I am a huge fan of shea butter for calming down my bouts of eczema, but often the hydrator can be pretty heavy. That’s where this whipped, lightweight formulation comes in. It’s still filled with antioxidant-rich oils (cocoa, avocado, kukui nut) without feeling thick, slippery, or hard to smooth.
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Let me tell you something: luminous dewy skin doesn’t require ten steps to achieve. I’ve tested enough products to know that common denominator in the quest for glowing skin is hydration. “The first step is consistently good skincare, which reduces the likelihood of dryness,” explains Glowbar co-founder and CEO, Rachel Liverman. “On top of that,
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We all know and love ombré, but its low-key sister, balayage, is the trend to try. Instead of a perfect fade, keep some ends a little darker to add dimension to your summer look. This will bode especially well when your hair naturally gains texture from an ocean dip. Here,18 celebs who do the balayage
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(Photo: Getty Images) Lizzo may have debuted the world’s tiniest bag at the American Music Awards last month, but Jeremy Scott is one-upping the Grammy-nominated singer by going the opposite direction with a giant, supersized Moschino backpack. The ridiculously-sized bag was part of Scott’s Moschino pre-fall 2020 show which was held at the New York Transit
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2019 saw the return of several haircuts and hairstyles that we thought we’d locked away in a vault for good. Charlize Theron brought back the bowl cut with the help of celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel, while Little Women stars Florence Pugh and Saoirse Ronan rocked some ultra-aughts poufs, which led The Cut to deep-dive on
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For Your Friend Who Has Their Sh*t Together Tory Burch Deluxe Mini Coffret sephora.com $40.00 Next time you see your bestie (who has scheduled you into their perfectly organized calendar for weeks), surprise them with Tory Burch’s scent trio gift set. The pack contains three signature Burch scents,  with notes of peony, tuberose and grapefruit, and
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ELLE Beauty and Health Director Katie Becker lives and breathes beauty every single day. When it comes to skincare, she’s tried countless products—honing and refining her list of personal favorites over the years—and has her routine down to a science. First, she cleanses, making sure to get every speck of makeup off before she puts
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There are two types of doomsday preppers: Those who embrace practical austerity because the world is ending, and those who binge on useless beauty… because the world is ending. But for beauty maestro Peter Philips, it’s all the same. “Our job is to find the best product for every look,” says the Belgian-born makeup artist,
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Courtesy This past summer, Skittles manicures were all the rage. Now that the weather has dipped well below the fifties, it’s time for more seasonally-appropriate nail designs. Yes, ’tis the season for Fair Isle patterns, glitter, and muted tones. It’s Christmas time, baby, and nothing brings me more joy than ogling my fresh, sparkly festive
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Just because it’s cold outside, baby, doesn’t mean your winter lewk can’t be fire. With style inspiration from five chic celebs, it’s easy to step up your layering game. Read on for inventive ways to layer up so you’re stylishly prepped for when temperatures nose dive. (Photo: Getty) The layering hack: Throw a fuzzy vest
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Retinol might be skincare’s most loved and feared ingredient. (Photo: Getty) Let’s be honest, building a skincare regimen can be intimidating. From the valid financial concerns (which products are worth the splurge, anyway?) to which ingredients should and shouldn’t be mixed, not to mention the entire concept of 10-step routines, there’s a whole world of
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Prepping for, talking about and anticipating winter is a trusted Canadian pastime. For good reason—most of the country experiences extreme dips in temperature for a decent part of the year, we consistently sit at an average of -15 degrees Celsius in the coldest months and in places like Ottawa and Montreal, the dead of winter
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