The brand, which is not affiliated with Biden's official campaign, materialized online on Wednesday and aims to "merge beauty and politics."
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I was in such a pained state that I wanted people—even strangers—to stop and pay attention.
The new trend sees young people turning to second-hand products to save money and avoid waste.
Whether you are All Glossier Everything or Estée Lauder Double Wear, please come to my altar to be roasted.
Goths worldwide unite in solidarity of the woman by posting selfies under #ASelfieForTheGuangzhouMetro.
As with all things in life, says Siren Vandoll, sometimes things don't go according to plan—whether it's a liquid eyeliner disaster or a client who doesn't know what they want.
Lately, it's felt like many of the 'feminist' issues brought to light by journalism and publishing are conversations we've already had.
Growing up, 21-year-old Abigail Cherubin felt like she had to pare back her makeup to fit in. But bold makeup helps her reject the stereotypes society places on Black women—even if sometimes it looks like she's crying glitter.
High-end beauty products help 25-year-old Natasha Mwansa feel confident in the workplace. Just don't ask her about the Laura Mercier powder she left in a Starbucks–unless you want her to cry.
Hair, body, FACE.