The products are unbelievable. In the imagination of the American beauty hound, France has its effortless, tousled-hair It girls and Korea has its effortful, snail-powered, bazillion-step skincare routine.
Audits are standard in both personal and business finance, but in many ways, life audits are much more crucial. That's because life audits evaluate well-being not just in one area but in basically everything.
It's not Christmas yet, but it is the annual Nordstrom anniversary sale, so it's basically the same thing since customers can get some of their favorite brands at an extreme discount—clothes, accessories,
Believe the hype. When it comes to Instagram beauty trends, everyone loves a spectacle. The latest comes from South Korean brand Hanacure (and yes, they ship worldwide), a gel mask that pulls so tightly
For women entrepreneurs, the no makeup trend represents a potentially intriguing shift in workplace culture. Recording superstar Alicia Keys jumped on board many months ago saying, in essence, that it
With a packed social calendar and plenty of reasons to jetset this month, it’s easy to skimp on a few hours of sleep. And while that morning coffee (or two) will help get even the ultimate snooze-button
(CNN) — Meals from the sunny Mediterranean have been linked to stronger bones, a healthier heart and longer life, along with a reduced risk for diabetes and high blood pressure. Now you can add lowering
It's no secret that when it comes to effortlessly chic makeup and naturally tousled waves, French girls just do it better. And Estée Lauder's new Global Beauty Director, French makeup artist Violette,
I’ve stood in front of the nail polish aisle and played the guessing game countless times. You know the one: ogling at shades, putting polishes near your hand as a barometer, only to eventually be disappointed
A critical molecule in the neurodegenerative disease has finally been mapped. A new study published this month in Nature marks a key milestone in Alzheimer's research. It demonstrates the first complete
We don't need to tell you that fidget spinners have become a thing. They've infiltrated every gas station, classroom, hell—even our sex toy drawers. And now, ICYMI, fidget spinners are heading to Sephora.
But there’s still a long way to go. What if curing cancer was as easy as getting an injection? That’s just what a pair of studies published this week in Nature tried to figure out. The two teams of researchers