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The clean beauty revolution is coming to a store near you.
Lazy-girl style made chic.
There's a burnout-beauty connection—but doctors say it's reversible.
You might just have it in your kitchen.
Plucking, threading, waxing—which technique is right for you?
It's especially amazing for fine, dirty, or got-to-get-to-work-in-10 minutes hair.
All you need are your hands (and sweat is totally okay).
Turns out the actress' glow is from non-toxic skin care.
It turns out your favorite products could be damaging your locks. Here's how to get truly healthy hair.
Think Blair Waldorf at barre class.
Just another reason why she's a badass.
Like its namesake stone, the "tiger eye" trend is practically guaranteed to attract good vibes.
According to one expert, your skin, hair, and nails might benefit from a reset—no green juice necessary.
This is *so* necessary.
Get gorgeous hair the healthy way—in these five steps.
After nutritionally dense foods become darlings of the New York City food scene, they're often adopted by the beauty cognoscenti, like acai and kombucha. Now it's stinging nettles' turn.
The Australian essential oil does so much more than just fight breakouts.
Next-day hair is a major win this season.
No showers at your go-to studio? No problem.
You can make this hair treatment in your kitchen.
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