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For starters: Clean beauty does not have to be expensive.
We love you, Kylie—but who knows what's inside those lip kits?
Ready to step up your #shelfie game?
The Indie Beauty Expo is bringing another round of rockstar beauty brands to New York City, including many you've never heard of yet.
A-list makeup pro Shirley Pinkson explains how to get that not-a-bit-shiny glow.
A huge movement is stirring in the personal care industry.
It's not just designer collabs that the bullseye has on lock.
"When we first met with Gwyneth, she literally gave us her favorite conventional products as a benchmark and said we would have to match or beat them."
This month's launches include multi-tasking products that make getting ready in the heat a breeze.
At last week's summit on natural beauty, the experts discussed all things going on in the clean beauty revolution.
"It's hard when post-workout women are trying to do a full face of makeup in the gym mirror," says Paltrow.
On July 20, Well+Good co-founder Melisse Gelula will be talking about one of our favorite topics with top skin-care pros. And it's free for Well+Good readers!
According to Pilates guru Heather Dorak, it's the perfect apres-Reformer complexion booster.
Got a genius beauty concept? This Shark Tank-style competition can help turn your entrepreneurial dreams into reality.
Make room in your beauty routine for the just-launched mascaras, lip balms, and "de-funking" skin-care mists that we're obsessed with.
SLT's Bethany Meyers calls this her summer happiness hack.
Everything you'll need for glowy, sun-kissed skin and frizz-free hair.
Say hello to Knockout Beauty, a pop-up shop in Bridgehampton.
The co-founder of W3ll People has mastered the art of the a.m. routine.
The new, Sephora-like natural beauty store could mean big things for the clean beauty movement.
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