8 New Beauty Products to Snatch Up This October

From an addictive new lip balm (pumpkin spice!) to the nail polish that matches your zodiac sign

15 Breast Cancer Awareness Buys You'll Actually Love

Our favorite beauty products that benefit an amazing cause -- and are pink

Which Fall Fragrance Suits Your Personality?

Scent experts weigh in on how to find the perfume that's right for you

You Need These Stylish (and Comfy) Shoes

It's been 10 years since the series finale of Sex and the City and I still dream about Carrie Bradshaw's fictional shoe closet. Girl has her fair share of covetable designer footwear, but it's her collection of slip-on mules that makes me most envious.   read more

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11 All-Black Outfits That Are Anything But Boring

We all knew it would happen sooner or later: Summer is coming to an end. But instead of piling on graphic prints and bright colors in a desperate attempt to hold onto the season, celebs are taking the more mature route and bidding it adieu with all-black ensembles.   read more

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Outrageous High-End Fashion Made From Food

When it comes to fashion you can eat, Ring Pops pretty much top our list. That is, until we saw these insanely fashionable food items. From purse cakes that could be passed off as the real thing to a dress made entirely out of artichokes, these edible pieces make a statement. Besides being an impressive art form (replicating a Chanel purse out of beef jerky is as hard as it sounds) these food-as-fashion finds prevent your blood sugar from getting too low and couldkeep you alive on a deserted island. Fashion has never looked so good.   read more

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The Best Natural Deodorants That Work

As a beauty editor, I'm game to try just about everything. Fish pedicure? Sure. DIY avocado face mask? No problem. In fact, the only beauty product that makes me want to hide under my desk is a natural deodorant.   See deodorants

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9 Best Nail Care Products

Raise your less-than-TV-ready hand if you suffer from dry cuticles, hangnails or constant chips in your freshly lacquered manis. That's what we thought -- you can put your hand down now.   See nail products

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7 Household Plants to Soothe Your Health & Beauty Woes

You may not be a witch doctor or herbalist, but that doesn't mean you've never used a plant to heal your body. In fact, some of the most common modern medicine is plant-based -- aspirin contains salicylic acid, the active component of willow bark, and penicillin was made from fungi. While we're not suggesting you start growing mold cultures in your kitchen, you can benefit from many easy-to-grow, easy-on-the-eyes indoor plants. Some of the prettiest perennials are hiding some of the best health and beauty remedies. Based on scientific studies, we found the healing plants that help you look and feel your best. These indoor plants will turn your home into the pharmacy version of the great outdoors.   read more

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The Crazy Ways I've Learned to Save Water

Maybe it's the routine of having a child and seeing all the waste that results from it -- relax, people, I compost those diapers! -- but I've become really conscious of what I use or destroy throughout my day. One of the things I'm very wary of wasting is water. I mean, I care about water conservation so much that I asked people to contribute to purchasing wells for my 30th birthday. So I've come up with a few tricks.   read more

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5 Things We Ask Everyone: Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne may have once been known as "the daughter of rocker Ozzy Osbourne," but she's earned her Hollywood star status all on her own. The lavender-haired Brit has become a huge fashion and beauty influencer, with a clothing line launching on the Home Shopping Network next month and a limited-edition collection with MAC Cosmetics we can't get enough of.   read more

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Make a Color Connection

How to bring more color into your wardrobe, accessories and makeup routine -- flawlessly   read more

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4 Essential Acne-Fighters for Latina Skin

Getting acne to do a disappearing act is never an easy task, but in Hispanic women, it can be David Blaine-tricky. According to Joshua Zeichner, M.D., director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, acne in Latina skin has to be treated quickly to reduce the risk of dark spots.   read more

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