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The blogger shared her beauty ritual on the magazine's Instagram stories.
It's no secret that Camille Co is an ever-reliable source of style and beauty inspo. Remember when she got back-to-back features for her NYFW looks? Well, this time around, the blogger scored a beauty feature on Allure! No biggie.Camille took over the magazine's Instagram
All in the name of bushy arches!
In today's extreme beauty news, there's a new brow trend taking over Instagram. Dubbed as "brow lamination," this procedure can apparently grant you semi-permanent feathery brows! We're pretty sure you're interested in anything that can help you score bushy, brushed-up arches, so
Follow their path and be inspired.
Between the release of Crazy Rich Asians and Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, the spotlight on Asian women has never shone as bright. Riding on the high of seeing someone just like us on the big screen, we wanted
It's about time we welcome the new age of beauty.
“OMG, you’re 35? But you look so good for your age!”I think it’s obvious by now that statements like this should not be regarded as a compliment. It’s age-shaming. Can’t someone just look good—no matter how old they are? Think about it:
A century of brows on fleek!
If you think our fascination for having a strong brow game started only recently, you are dead wrong. Way before Cara Delevingne made headlines with her bushy, on-fleek brows, women were already obsessed with grooming their arches. Try to picture the 1920s
Beauty meets brawn.
Good news, folks! You can now buy something from BMW at your friendly neighborhood drugstore. The German luxury car manufacturer recently teamed up with cosmetic brand Revlon to design a new range of makeup brushes inspired by the sleek and sexy lines of
Nope, Kylie Jenner did not start the ultra matte lippie trend.
Lipstick has a come a long way since the time of the ancient Mesopotamians, who used pulverized gemstones to paint their lips. In fact, the classic red lip also dates back to the time of Cleopatra who used crushed ants and carmine