The E.U. has prohibited some pigments, deeming them potentially hazardous to humans. Artists and manufacturers around the world are struggling to find replacements.
“The idea of wellness has permeated how we think about every aspect of our lives now.” Here are two so-called clean makeup brands on the looks that are trending now.
The octogenarian is the new face of skin care on TikTok.
The actress has a challenge if you’re thinking about learning to meditate.
The latest generation of strips is easier on the eyes, and designed for an effect that’s subtle and startlingly realistic.
What happens when a beauty brand’s collaborators become too controversial, makeup trends change, and Gen Zers flock to TikTok?
Meticulous in building relationships, she helped open new markets for the cosmetics company, notably in the Soviet Union, as head of its international operations.
She turned a cactus-derived face mask into a multimillion-dollar beauty business. Her husband, the actor Ernest Borgnine, gave it a surprise assist.
The sixth episode of the Hulu series presents Pam as she delivers a testimony in a look carefully considered by show’s the costume, makeup and hair teams.
People have coated their faces in Vaseline for decades, but a TikTok trend with a catchy name (“slugging,” anyone?) has introduced the skin-protecting petroleum jelly to new users, baffling some longtime devotees.
After toiling in the beauty industry for years, Diarrha N’Diaye-Mbaye decided to create the products she desperately sought but could not find.
A lot of women who once avoided contouring because of its unnatural, made-for-Instagram effect, are now gravitating toward it.
A-list singers, actors and influencers are dropping makeup and skin care lines at breakneck speed — Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, Chiara Ferragni and Addison Rae are among the latest — but does anyone want them anymore?
From decorating to beauty projects to canine costumes, these how-to guides may inspire you to take matters into your own hands.
Following lockdowns, makeup is colorful, expressive, imperfect and meant to be seen. It’s “girl gaze” makeup.
Some social media users are not feeling the Christmas spirit — or this box of mini lipsticks and branded stickers.
The young South Korean women who wear them say they are not only functional, but also a sign of shifting ideas about beauty and a reflection of the country’s generational divide.
The skin blemishes can affect people in their 30s, 40s and beyond and lead to depression, anxiety and social isolation.
Things might never return to “normal.” So what does that look like in ways big, small … and blotted?
Hormone-disrupting phthalates can be found in everything from plastics and household goods to personal care products. Studies have shown they may be harmful to women’s reproductive systems.
Emphatically no, say experts — but there are things you can do to make your skin look better.
Much of the marketing suggests that they’re safer than more traditional underarm products, but that hype is not based on science.
The pioneering pop singer on her beauty and wellness journey.
The current popularity of the tools prompted one writer to learn more about how they’re assembled.
How effective is it? What SPF is best? Is it safe to wear every day?
Now that the masks are coming off, here are some easy approaches you can take to dress up your face.
Sought-out spots for picking up finely milled soaps, hand-sculpted makeup brushes, exquisite scents and more.
Though they’ve been prized since the dawn of civilization around the world, these natural elixirs have now taken on an almost religious aura for wellness types.
Now that people of all genders have embraced the rituals of beauty, once seemingly reserved only for women, what does it mean to adorn our faces?
Lines like Tracee Ellis Ross’s Pattern Beauty and Flawless by Gabrielle Union are offering customers more choices than ever — and helping to remake the industry at large.
The actress, mom and co-founder of Onda Beauty talks about the skin-care products she’s excited about now and why she’s so invested in her skin.
With a little know-how, aspects of shinrin-yoku, the calming Japanese practice of spending time among trees, can be approximated indoors.
On the grounds of his colorful Los Angeles home, Flamingo Estate, Richard Christiansen found both guidance and ingredients for his latest venture.
How social media stars like Addison Rae gave the cosmetics industry a makeover.
Beauty professionals are back to work and implementing strategies to stay safe while on a different pandemic frontline.
The skier, who is competing in the World Cup in Aspen, has some beauty and fitness tips, too.
When it comes to clean beauty, “natural” isn’t always best. Here’s what’s safe and beneficial, and what’s best to avoid.
Unilever, which owns brands like Dove and Sunsilk, said a study had found that the word “normal” makes most people feel excluded. A spokeswoman said it would remove it from more than 200 products.
C.O. Bigelow in Greenwich Village has helped heal Manhattan’s ailing for generations, thanks in large part to the work of a single family.
The beauty industry is now all about “wellness.” What does that mean for men?
Blush has become the unlikely makeup hero of the masked generation. Here’s the new way to wear it.
A trend overtaking TikTok and Instagram has creators not only uncovering their under-eye bags, but accentuating them.
“I just don’t feel gray,” the fashion designer said. “I feel this”
Here’s what his grooming and wellness routine looks like.
A new group of small-batch beauty companies is continuing the region’s storied tradition of organic growing and local sourcing.
The year home became not just an office, but a salon and spa.
With her latest venture, the Bliss founder Marcia Kilgore is selling high-end beauty products at prices closer to what the factories charge. Will consumers want a slice of Beauty Pie?
At the end of a socially distanced year, simply having the excuse to put on some makeup, like lip color, feels like a cause for celebration.
A federal lawsuit says that Moda Latina BZ, a Los Angeles County company, deceived consumers into thinking they could make up to $500 a week selling perfume, makeup and other items.
The singer-songwriter talks about finding her rituals (and learning how to deal with carbs).