I like to grind. Work-wise, dance-wise—let’s grind it out. But there’s an area I don’t appreciate grinding, and that’s my mouth. I remember when I first realized I was mercilessly grinding my teeth at night: I was on a shoot, getting ready to interview celebrity cosmetic dentist Bill Dorfman about teeth whitening. Before filming, he
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In this series for Harper’s Bazaar, I will be “outfit dissecting” women who work behind the scenes in the fashion industry. The women you will meet in these profiles work for some of your favorite brands, and whether they’re designing the pieces you love or answering your DM questions, they are also quietly cultivating trends.
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For the Green Beauty Devotee R.A.W. Texturizing Styling Spray Matrix Biolage ulta.com $19.50 Get results without guilt—this natural spray has no artificial fragrances, colors, nor silicones and parabens. It’s also packaged in recycled plastic. More importantly, the matcha green tea-infused formula gives hair the lift it needs while remaining soft to the touch.
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If summer hair is defined by sun-streaked highlights, shine, and mermaid-y strands—the epitome of strength and health—then winter tresses can feel like the complete opposite: dull and drab. It’s hard to imagine anything else when the weather outside looks as dreary as you feel. But Dominick Serna, hairstylist at Chris McMillian Salon and Unite ambassador,
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Gregg DeGuireGetty Images Brown hair gets a bad rap for being basic and lacking dimension. And, while brunettes can certainly benefit from some added color, caramel highlights and honey-toned balayage aren’t the only way to upgrade your natural shade. If you’re looking to update your brunette with a cooler color option, consider ashy tones—a hue
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Courtesy of Justine Marjan Achieving curls that look lived-in, natural, and (dare I say it?) “effortless” is not easy. The first step to getting it right, however, is to use the proper hot tool: A flatiron. Yes, you can get perfect curls by using a straightener. And, if you get the technique right, you’ll never
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“There was Brenda, LaTisha, Linda, Felicia, Dawn, LeShaun, Ines and Alicia, Teresa, Monica, Sharron…” If you’ve scrolled through Twitter or Instagram recently, you’ve definitely heard the classic DMX song those names originate from featured in countless video montages of black women showing they can literally pull of any hairstyle and color. It’s called the #DMXChallenge.
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“Surfing is how I meditate,” designer Cynthia Rowley tells me at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. We’ve driven out to Montauk for CR Surf Camp, a fledgling event that merges the Insta-posing of a Revolve retreat with the muscle demands of a varsity sport. Behind us, Christina Caradona (aka @TropRouge) is live streaming on
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Rosdiana CiaravoloGetty Images Since its Western debut several years ago, Korean beauty has undoubtedly revolutionized the beauty industry. What started off as a trend has become a major game-changer for the business, spawning countless K-beauty companies and even prompting non-Korean brands to jump on the bandwagon and attempt their own takes on Seoul-inspired skincare. K-beauty’s
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There’s Insta “baddies” with their on-fleek eyebrows, alt “e-girls,” who wear mesh shirts with Sailor Moon skirts, and, more recently, “soft girls,” twirling around in pastel sundresses to Lana Del Rey. But a new tween-girl Internet lifestyle subculture has entered the lexicon—and she comes with a metal straw in tow. Meet “VSCO girl.” Who is
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With the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock comes a new look for flower-child fashion. Here the era’s exaggerated florals and bold tie-dye meet beachside staples for a truly far-out trip. Shirt, jumpsuit, both Versace. Andreas Sjödin Top, pants, both, Etro. Belt, seashell bandanna, all A.N.G.E.L.O. Vintage Archive. Messenger bag, all, Dior. Wedges, Michael Kors Collection. Andreas
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