Sephora Can buying a beauty product solve all your problems? Maybe not-but we know full well how powerful a brand-new lipstick (or perfume, or serum) can make us feel. В With that in mind, we present to you our new Shop series-a carefully curated collection of all the buzziest beauty products to feast your eyes on, maybe lighten your wallet with, and definitely feel great about.
It's no secret we crave smooth, supple, radiant skin. In fact, we write about the products that will get us there on most days. But since summer is just around the corner, it feels even more vital to get our routine in tip-top, skin-smoothing shape. I called on a few skincare experts, the lovely Byrdie editors, and customers on some of our most trusted e-commerce sites (Sephora, Nordstrom, and Amazon) to offer their absolute favorites for the purpose of exfoliation, hydration, retexturizing, and skin-evening.
Of course, a great looking pompadour starts with a great cut. You may have a bit of trouble finding a barber who can do one well, so call around and ask. The hair is clipped very short on the sides and back (I love to take them nearly skin tight on the sides and back so there's a nice contrast with the long top).
When it comes to beauty,В ASOS has seriously upped its game, having recently rebranded its beauty section Face + Body and giving it a total overhaul. It seems like each week more and more of the most coveted beauty brands are dropping onto the site. With so much choice, it can get confusing, so I've pulled together a list of 15 brands worth seeking out.
We're constantly searching the internet for different new beauty offerings to supplementВ our ever-expanding collection, but often we forget to look in the most obvious of places, like Amazon. The online retailer has long been a top-notch place to buy books, records, and tech accessories, but it's also an incredible place to discover beauty products.
For most women I've discussed it with, going makeup-free is a complicated issue. Why wouldn't it be? We've been raised to believe covering our "flaws" is not only preferred but a necessity each time we cross the front door. It's been deeply ingrained in our minds and souls that things like blemishes, discoloration, and shine are to be banished from our faces-that showing our natural skin is something to fear .