We're constantly barraged with new products to help our skin glow or fade past blemishes -- but there are easy ways to either cut back on these products or help them work harder for you. These unexpected beauty hacks take creams out of the equation with straightforward, start-today tips to put you on the path to perfectly luminous skin.See More
It's not your imagination. Your once lush lashes might actually be thinner these days -- a byproduct of aging and sometimes too much wear and tear. Fortunately, there are ways to thicken up your fine fringe instantly: makeup and over-time solutions that can promote new lash growth.View Slideshow
Fun, colorful nail art doesn't have to be just for teenagers and celebrities. We asked some of our favorite bloggers and go-to industry pros to tell all when it comes to nailing the latest trends in nail art. With just a few simple tips and tricks, we know everyone -- including your friends and your teenage daughter -- will be coming to you for style advice!View Slideshow
It's a common beauty complaint: In the a.m., your eyeliner and mascara look flawless, but by 3 p.m. it looks like you've slept in your makeup. Since you're probably not snoozing on the job, the source of your smudges is most likely liner or mascara that mixes with oil and sweat and migrates down to your undereyes. Here, easy tricks to clean up your act and prevent your next eye makeup meltdown.View Slideshow
If you like the look of a deep tan or even just a subtle, sun-kissed glow, sunless tanner is the only way to go (no skin-damaging UV rays!). But we all know application can be tricky. One false move and you can be left with an obvious streak that lasts for days. Fortunately, the latest crop of glow getters makes a faux tan faux pas free.View Slideshow
We're all for having fun and experimenting, but by the time you hit the big 3-0, you should be able to commit to a few reliable, no-fail beauty products. We asked top hair, makeup, and skin pros to reveal the stuff they think should be in every 30-something's bathroom.View Slideshow
For those brave enough to make the cut, short haircuts are some of the most coveted crops. Here's a roundup of celebrity short styles that really stand out.
Charlize Theron proves that minimal makeup, a crisp white dress, and a great haircut are all you need to rule the red carpet.
Ginnifer Goodwin's tightly cropped version of the pixie takes confidence -- but makes the actress look effortlessly elegant.
Halle Berry is a pixie veteran. Here she mixes things up with dramatic layers, windswept texture, and caramel highlights.
Worried the pixie that looks amazing on Halle Berry will leave you looking too masculine? Learn which type of short haircut will work best on your face!
If anyone could add a bit of edge to the pixie, it’s Jennifer Lawrence. A dollop of pomade combed through strands with your fingers helps create this cool, slightly disheveled texture.
Long or short hair, we can always count on Julianne Hough to bring the glamour. This blonde bob flawlessly frames her face and makes her bright blue eyes pop.
Model Karlie Kloss inspired women everywhere to break out the scissors. Her longer take on the bob and sweet sideswept bangs are a way to tiptoe into a shorter cut without losing all your length.
Kristin Chenoweth shows off her strong features with her playful blonde crop. Leaving bangs longer in the front makes this pixie feel more feminine.
Actress Michelle Dockery proves that the bob is a timeless look. Cut slightly below the jawline, this style emphasizes her cheekbones.