Makeup

How to Fake Fresh, Dewy Skin

Want to wake up dull, tired-looking skin without applying a face full of makeup? New York City-based makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes shares her secrets for creating a fresh, dewy look in just a few simple steps. You’ll look natural, glowing, and bright—like you got a full night’s sleep (even when you didn’t).

Crayola Crayon-Inspired Lipstick Is Now a Thing

The colors are modeled after some of your childhood favorites, too.  

The Best Beauty Gift Sets for the Holidays

Whether she’s a nail art addict or just loves to experiment with new products, these packages make last-minute shopping a no-brainer.

7 Beauty Resolutions You Can Make (And Keep!) This Year

These piece-of-cake beauty moves guarantee you will look and feel better all year long. 

Makeup That Doubles as Skincare

Who says your skincare routine has to stop once you put makeup on? These five products work overtime to treat your skin, too. 

How to Do the Perfect Cat Eye

As a beauty editor, I consider myself fairly skilled when it comes to makeup. A smoky eye? I nail it. I can even contour. But when it comes to creating a cat eye, I’m clueless. I’m nervous I won’t get the line straight and the flicks even, and I end up skipping top eyeliner altogether. So we called makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes, who has mastered the cat eye, and asked her to share all of her secrets.

You’ve Been Applying Your Perfume Wrong for Years

We’ve spelled out how to get the most out of your signature scent.

The Red Lipstick That Truly Flatters Every Skin Tone

The struggle to find the perfect red lipstick is real. Yes, there are so many options on the market, but finding the one shade that isn’t too bright, too dark, or too orangey—plus one that makes you feel glamorous and not like a clown—can take some serious work (and, in turn, require a lot of money and time).

7 Beauty Products That Are Worth Splurging On (And 5 That Aren’t)

Admit it: The exotic list of ingredients and the promise of supermodel shine are tempting. But then you hear a little voice in your head (hey, is that you, Mom?) saying, “It’s hype! You’re paying for a pretty box.” Some products are worth every dime; some not so much. How to tell the difference.