At the age of seven I started compulsively pulling out my eyelashes and eyebrows. I was later diagnosed with trichotillomania, a hair-pulling disorder.
Among the trends in the world of unbelievable beauty hacks are the surprising frequency of alternate uses for beauty products.
One of the things I have done for myself in adulthood as part of my healing process is make a strong claim to fatness femininity.
By applying your hair masque, or rubbing cocoa butter on your shins, you’re at least subconsciously admitting that there is going to be another day.
Aside from knitting and prescribed medications, beauty products are the thing that helps me out the most during a bout of depression. Sound crazy? Read on.
Why does his makeup look better than mine EVER HAS IN MY LIFE?
Say what you will, but the unicorn fashion trend is mfing magical. Pastels and brights create a bit of softness and whimsy in a world that feels anything but, allowing those who love to style to create beautifully feminine escapism through fashion.
What if we just all decided that we’d let ourselves get old without trying to snail-trail-Dragon’s-Blood-Complex-10 Step-Korean-Skincare our way out of it?
During such trying times, there is one trusty frenemy whose shadowy presence always sneaks back into my life. Benzoyl peroxide, I wish I knew how to quit you.
Check out these 12 plus-size babes rocking spring makeup!
While cherishing the planet that you call home should be a daily pract