[Photograph: Yunhee Kim] During the wintertime, my salads are usually little more than pre-washed boxed salad greens and a little oil and vinegar; I struggle to find inspiration in the root vegetables
Oven-roasted, lightly charred carrots benefit from a blast of vinegar, lemon and salty, crumbled feta. [Photograph: Jennifer Olvera] Oven-roasted carrots get their caramelized sweetness from honey, balanced
Garlicky, oven-roasted bean salad is finished with blue cheese and hazelnuts. [Photograph: Jennifer Olvera] Roasted green beans transition easily to this room temperature salad, maintaining their crunch
Oven-roasted tomatoes get sweetness and depth from maple syrup and balsamic vinegar before they're tossed with mozzarella and basil. [Photograph: Jennifer Olvera] It's hard to find fault with a caprese
The year was 2011. Barneys was peddling a pair of boots that every girl on earth wanted. They had a little heel. The area right above the heel was blinged out in sparkly gold glitter. And they had a price
Ah, winter. For our skin, it can only mean one thing: chaos. Yep, it’s that time of year when the weather wreaks havoc on our skin… dryness, irritation, breakouts. If ever our skin needs a little extra
How much money have you shelled out on facial masks, bubble bath, trips to the spa, and “miracle skin rejuvenation” products? Too much? It’s okay, we’re here to curb that spending habit and help you ramp
It’s time to step up your beauty game for winter, so naturally, the first thing you should do to prep is…raid your pantry! No joke—pantry essentials like oils and sugar are key to natural exfoliating.