Beauty

10.9.19

The YouTuber Blending Make-Up Tutorials with Radical Politics

"We want bread – and glowy foundations, too!"

9.28.19

What Happens When Hair Transplants Go Wrong

A worrying number of hair transplant clinics are not registered with the Care Quality Commission. We spoke to some of the victims of their botched procedures.

9.26.19

Botox and Filler 'Parties' Are a Thing – Just Not in the Way You Think

At-home gatherings involving clients sloshed on booze and needles? They're around if you know where to look.

9.25.19

Men Are Going Wild for 'Masculinisation' Fillers

Non-surgical treatments to sculpt the face and jawline have never been more popular.

9.23.19

The Unstoppable Rise of the 'Instagram Face'

Kylie Jenner and other influencers have inspired a new beauty aesthetic and a wave of cheap non-surgical interventions – some riskier than others.

9.22.19

I Swapped My Millennial Make-Up for a Gen Z Beauty Routine

My 15-year-old cousin taught me how to contour.

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8.26.19

Your Beauty Habit Is Destroying the Environment

These makeup artists and influencers want the cosmetics industry to start changing before we're buried in tonnes of plastic.

6.30.19

The Dalai Lama Feels His Female Successor Has to Be Attractive or There’s “Not Much Use”

​He also said that people would not like to see a “dead face” and that women should “spend money on makeup”.

5.4.19

What Your Makeup Bag Says About You

Whether you are All Glossier Everything or Estée Lauder Double Wear, please come to my altar to be roasted.

4.29.19

Preventative Botox in Your Twenties 'Is Just Self-Care'

We spoke to the people getting botox in their twenties and thirties to ward off the threat of future wrinkles.

4.17.19

Making an Appearance at a Conference for Ugly People

At the first annual Ugly Conference, attendees aren't trying to "reclaim" anything. They're just trying to be seen as they are.

3.27.19

Dyeing My Hair Rainbow Colors Will Never Make Me 'Less Asian'

Rather than my race, my hair became what people recognized and distinguished me by. But as my white friends began to accept me, I realized that my acceptance of myself was suffering.

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