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21 Stunning Portraits of Beauty Around the World

"It's not a matter of cosmetics, money, race, or social status, but more about being yourself."<p>"Beauty is diversity," says photographer Mihaela Noroc, "and I travel the world to discover it." After quitting her job in Romania two years ago, Noroc decided to begin a photo project while backpacking …

The Best Oscars Red Carpet Moments of All Time

Not all looks are created equal.<p>On Sunday, we will inevitably be reminded that not all Oscars looks are created equal. This isn't to say that it won't be a parade of stunning numbers (duh), but if history is any indication, only a select few will stick with us for years to come. (Because not …

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Shampooed Hair Presented as Abstract Art in Photo Series

In his recent magazine piece, photographer Lo Cheuk Lun turns the common salon scene of shampooed hair into swirling designs of abstract art. Lun snapped pictures of sudsy heads from above, showing off bubbly hair that is swirled and teased in a variety of patterns. Barely recognizable as part of …

Eyebrow tutorial for thin or sparse brows

Eyebrows have been a sore subject of mine since the 9th grade, when my sister tried to teach me how to pluck them. She drew a line around each brow …

'100 Years Of Iranian Beauty' Takes You On A Gorgeous Cultural Journey

Cut's "100 Years of Beauty" series has looked at both black and white American women's beauty transformations throughout the years, and now they're taking it abroad. In the latest installment, they delve into Iranian beauty, beginning with the 1910s.<p>In under a minute-and-a-half, the video takes …

Why Walmart Raised Its Wages

The company's move isn't an act of corporate social responsibility—it’s a response to labor economics that others may soon follow.<p>The CEO of Walmart announced earlier today that all of the company’s employees will, starting in April, be paid at least $9 an hour, nearly $2 more than the federal …