The secret to finding the perfect blush for you is selecting one that enhances your skin's natural flush. We've rounded up the 15 best drugstore blush options for five different skin tones to create this guide. After all, you don't have to spend a lot of money to get the perfect blush color; you just have to know what you're looking for.
Mexico's annual festival "Dia de los muertos" or "Day of the Dead" is a multi-day holiday to celebrate those that have come before. But while rooted in tradition, sugar skull makeup is hitting an all-time popularity high, making it the perfect look for Halloween.
Get in the holiday spirit with lipsticks, lip glosses, and lip stains in all shades of red made for the merriest time of the year.
The holidays are fast approaching, and you're going to be glad you watched this smokey eye tutorial, so let's get down to business!
We rounded up the hottest picks in fashion and beauty topping your loved one's wish list this year—making your job that much easier. All that's left to do is click, shop, and save before they're all out of stock.
Women spend billions of dollars per year on makeup, from products they pick up at the local supermarket to those they purchase at swanky department store counters. A department store product may look virtually the same as its drugstore counterpart, yet it can cost several times more, leaving many women wondering exactly what they're paying for.
Bare-faced beauty is all about letting your true radiance shine through, but with a rosier, glowier, and more even-toned version of your natural skin. You can create a fresh and flawless barely there beauty look with these eight products.
Sometimes Grandma knows best, especially when it comes to beauty products! There are some oldies that hold a certain nostalgia for me: the way they smell, the way the packaging feels in your hand, the memories of watching my mother and grandmother apply them. It's a bit of magic. More importantly, some of those throwback products have stood the test of time, beautifying faces for decades. Check out a few of my favorite old-school beauty products.
Sometimes reading the ingredients lists of my favorite beauty products makes me wish I'd paid closer attention in chemistry class. Diazolidinyl urea? Tocopherol? Ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate? Luckily, the very first ingredient in most makeup or skincare products is usually water, so at least I understand something.