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A Beauty Review: mark. Please Hold Eye Primer

A Beauty Review: mark. Please Hold Eye Primer

mark. Please Hold Eye Primer ($9) Thankfully, I don’t often have problems with my eyeshadow creasing, so trying eye primers was never the first thing on my list.  As a lover of all things beauty, however, I need to know how different products work, so I decided to give primers a try.  Boy, am I glad I […]

A Beauty Review: Stila Positively Pink Set for Breast Cancer Awareness

Stila Positively Pink Set for Breast Cancer Awareness ($18) A set including  a collectible, multi-colored, pressed powder, paired with a lip glaze (in Splendor) to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Can’t get enough of our featured Breast Cancer Awareness beauty products? Check out this pink duo!

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The great thing about Breast Cancer Awareness Month is that you’re probably already aware of it. As soon as you change your calendar page to October, you’ll be seeing pink popping up everywhere: malls, parks, t-shirts. And that’s seriously amazing. Keeping pink visible everywhere not only shows us breast cancer’s prevalence and the cause’s reach, […]

New York Fashion Week Beauty: Backstage at Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2013

We’re predicting that delicate mint green is going to be the “it” color of the Spring 2013 fashion season. This chilly hue is already heating up the beauty world: at least according to what we saw at the Rebecca Minkoff Spring/Summer 2013 runway show. Makeup by Stila Cosmetics and manicures by Essie were popped with […]

Wave Your Magic Wand

Ever wish you could wave your magic wand and have it do everything for you? Mhm, I thought so. The best we can do for you are show off these fun makeup wands that make your morning makeup routine a breeze.

Crayons, Markers, & Pencils: Not Your Back-to-School Supplies

I always hated that Back-to-School shopping already got started while I was still in school. Come on guys, sweaters in July? That sounds like the worst idea ever. Forget about your composition notebooks and have fun with these crayons, markers, and pencils: the kind you’ll probably actually look forward to shopping for.