The pandemic forced designers around the world to present their collections mostly virtually last year. For Spring 2022, fashion weeks across the globe were back in full force with tons of in-person shows.
With almost 10 million followers on Facebook and 2.5 million on Instagram, Emily Skye is one of the most influential fitness personalities in the world. And she's used that influence to do a whole lot of good.
We've personally experienced awesome results from Aveda's Invati shampoo and conditioner in the past. (Our post-baby hair turned noticeably thicker.) So we're super excited about the line's new Invati Brow Thickening Serum, $75, which promises fuller, more nourished arches starting after around a month of use.
New York Fashion Week is back in a big way. The Spring 2022 presentations signaled a return to glamour thanks to a solid offering of in-person fashion shows. Not to mention major inspo when it comes to makeup, hair and even nails.
The Cinderella star was in a playful mood with cotton candy pink nails and a coordinating makeup look created by celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta. He used L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Creamy Matte Lipstick in Aromatte-ic Rose, $9.99, on her pout plus L'Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Liquid Lipstick in Red Affair, $9.99, and Framboise Frenzy, $5.45, to make the graphic dots highlighting her eyes. The sleek ponytail courtesy of celebrity hairstylist Dimitris Giannetos was totally on trend.
When she's not modeling for names like Christian Dior and Boss, you'll find Brazilian beauty Marianne Fonseca appearing on the covers of international editions of ELLE, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue or Cosmopolitan. When she's not posing for the aforementioned covers, she's most likely getting a tan at the beach or working out. (Or at least taking videos and selfies decked out in athleisure gear.)
Thanks to its Instagram-worthy pink bottle, Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia Eau de Parfum, $108, basically had us at "hello." But luckily the fragrance inside is equally stunning. We're talking a sweet, fruity floral that mixes white gardenia and jasmine with pear and brown sugar.
With 6.6 million followers on Instagram, Negin Mirsalehi is one of the world's leading lifestyle influencers. Named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 list, she's also the founder of hair care brand Gisou. The honey-infused line was inspired by Mirsalehi's father, a beekeeper, and mother, a hairdresser. All of the products are made using propolis from her family's sixth generation bee farm. Gisou's signature product is a hair oil, but Mirsalehi, who is passionate about bee conservation, has a love for oils that goes well beyond just hair.
Fashion is famously cyclical so everything truly does come around again. For the last few years, early 2000s style has been popping back up on the runways and on celebrities. Albeit in small doses. Beauty isn't being left out of the renaissance, either. We're once again falling hard for high-shine glosses, butterflies and glitter like it's 2000.
After 2020 forced us to forgo salon visits, we say we deserve something extra special for our nails. Don't you think? Well, here's just the thing to treat yourself. Gucci Vernis à Ongles Nail Polish, $30, is perhaps the chicest polish line we've ever seen with vintage-inspired bottles and a gorgeous selection of shades. Our favorite? This melon coral that's oh so pretty on fingers or toes.
Most of us don't consider beauty supplements as exciting as, say, a new lipstick or bottle of nail polish. Even if said supplements are very effective. But brands are making new gummies and powders that are as playful as they are functional.
If you're a millennial, you probably know Lauren "Lo" Bosworth from her years on Laguna Beach and The Hills. But these days she's a major boss babe sitting at the helm of a fast-growing brand of personal care products called Love Wellness stocked at Ulta Beauty and Target. Today a whole new generation of women look up to Bosworth for her business savvy and covetable line of supplements, wipes and detox products.
Mix a few squirts of Drunk Elephant's O-Bloos Rosi Drops, $36, with your favorite moisturizer or apply it alone. Either way, it adds a healthy I-just-worked-out-but-somehow-still-look-gorgeous flush while also treating skin to a cocktail of luscious ingredients, including omega fatty acids, white tea extract and peptides.
It's that time of year again. Amazon Prime Day is here. The deals are spread across two days (today and tomorrow) putting all those Black Friday and Cyber Monday discounts to shame. We're talking 20 percent, 30 percent or even 40 percent off and all you have to do is click "add to cart." No pushing, shoving or waiting in line required.
Dylan Lauren, founder of Dylan's Candy Bar and the daughter of famed fashion designer Ralph Lauren, debunks the myth that sugar leads to blemishes. Despite a sweet tooth, which she's turned into a candy empire, she has a year-round tan and glowing skin.
With a thick, bushy brush and a long-wearing, volumizing formula, Maybelline New York Volum' Express Colossal Up to 36 Hour Waterproof Mascara, $6.99, gives you crazy-thick lashes that will have everyone asking where you got your extensions done.
Overnight face masks and hair masks aren't the only eight-hour beauty treatments. Silk pillowcases are another nighttime product that can help both your skin and your tresses. After all, we spend a third of our lives in bed. So what we sleep on is important.
It's a new season and just like we're ready to swap our sweaters for T-shirts, we need to switch up our beauty regimens. Those heavy moisturizers and serums simply won't work in warmer weather. So we're favoring more season-appropriate options.