Drugstore red lipstick is nothing to shake a stick at. Drugstore reds can deliver with beautiful, highly pigmented color and smooth texture pay off comparable to or exceeding what some department store brands offer. Despite the fact that they come shrink wrapped or taped to high heaven (we’ve all had that: Is this a CD or tube of lipstick, because I can’t tell right now, moment), they are worthy of your time and and that extra few minutes trying to get them open without breaking a nail. READ MORE

In Part 2 of our Best Drugstore Foundations series, we’re hoping to help change how you search for and find the best drugstore foundation for your skin. We’ve broken your drugstore foundation options down by brand, skin tone, undertone and skin type matching and based on how they hold up all day on skin to help you find your best match. READ MORE

This cream works to relive that winter and dry air tightness we've all experienced. It also calms flakiness, especially around your mouth and nose with emollients that make your face feel soft and smooth.

There’s no time like the present to finally own a full matching, quality set of makeup brushes. But we realize, price dilemma. We’ve all been there, pinning and cyber shopping brush options only to chicken out right before we hit the purchase button. One brush for $16 or so we can justify. Maybe even that amazing foundation brush that’s a little more than double that, but a whole set of brushes that will put us back a pair of shoes, a weeks worth of Starbucks and maybe having to skip paying the light bill for a month? Um no, and our TV financial evangelist, Suze Orman, would not approve of such financial foolishness. Balling on a budget is always a good idea until one can afford a splurge which is why you’ll be happy to know that this Premium Synthetic Kabuki Makeup Brush Set–the entire set, the whole kit and kaboodle–costs only…drum roll please. READ MORE

For beauty’s sake. Listen, Mother Nature isn’t kind to many of us. I still consider myself a spring motherfreakin’ chicken, but gravity is doing its best to drag me down. So instead of surgery, I’m opting for this face mask.

If you’ve been on the fence about trying nail art, maybe you’ll want to start rethinking that and work on stepping up your manicure game after hearing us out. Nail art has come a long way even in the last few years. It has been remixed and long gone are the days of gaudy, over-the-top nails that are not only impractical but super high maintenance. Coupled with gel coats that last for two weeks, nail art has been redefined. Anyone can appreciate a beautiful, glossy and classic Lincoln Park After Dark or Ballet Slippers set of nails, there is no denying that. But allow us, or at least Hannah, to persuade you to step outside of the box if only for one of your next nail appointments. READ MORE

Talk about taking “If I Were A Boy” to an entirely new level. Dermaplaning, the official, clinical name for women shaving their faces without actually “shaving their faces”, seems like a new thing but it is actually not new.

At first glace, in the tube, blue lipstick is easily ignored. Easily labeled gothic or “for crazy millennial kids who still shop at Hot Topic.” It’s not something a girl who fancies her classic reds and pinks and perfectly hued nudes who normally fall for. But we think blue lipstick is one of the bad boys of lip color. Not a true gothic color like black and not exactly safe enough like purple hues, blue is unforgiving in its aesthetic and calls for attention unrelentingly which is why blue lipstick on dark skin is a must. Let us explain why. READ MORE

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