Courtesy of Derma E Pores don't open and close like doors. Chocolate won't make you break out. Sunscreen isn't optional on cloudy days. These are all widely known to be myths. But is it normal to break out after a facial? Does your sleep position cause wrinkles? Is it really necessary to wash your face in the morning?
Ready for some unpleasant news? Summer ends officially in less than two weeks. Cue the wistful sigh. But here's an idea-rather than mourn the end of salt-sprayed hair and sun-kissed skin, why not look forward to the fresh slate that fall brings us? At least, that's what our guest editor Mandy Moore is doing when it comes to her beauty routine-and we think she's got the right idea.
Billy Farrell Agency Sure, most models have genetics on their side. But they're also human (ish), and when the snack-o'clock cravings strike, the pros know what healthy treats to reach for to keep both their sanity and their bods in check. From noni juice to dark chocolate, click through the gallery below to see the noshes of choice for Karlie, Gigi, Kendall, and more-and bookmark your favorites for the next time you're feeling hangry.
We've all been there. Makeup applied, (relatively) confident in our appearance-whenВ a FaceTime request comes through, shattering everything. Suddenly, we're looking at angles we didn't know existed and wondering if we should step foot in public ever again. Sound familiar?В Seriously though, unless you're a supermodel, FaceTime can feel more like looking into a fishbowl or funhouse mirror than at your real-life reflection.
You know those women you can't help but be inspired by? That's Ayesha Curry. This mom, wife, chef, entrepreneur, and businesswoman manages it all, and makes it look easy. I sat down with this superwoman over the celebration of CoverGirl's latest Peacock Flare Mascara ($7), and the moment I walked into the sunlit hotel room, she greeted me with a hug.
If Sephora and Ulta are the older and middle sisters, respectively, of beauty retail, then Riley Rose is their younger, funkier, pink-obsessed sibling. It's the brainchild of Forever21, a fact made almost immediately apparent as soon as you set foot in the store. Geared toward millennials and Gen Z with price points accessible to both age groups, the cotton candy-colored aisles are filled with products that'll enchant them: unicorn hair masks, roll-on stardust, and enough highlighter choices to glow in the dark, as well as top-quality beauty brands.