Some are loving the representation, others wish the new emoji was having a better hair day.
She used to spend hours every day trying to look more like her blonde friends, until she finally let go of society's standard of beauty.
"This acne belongs to me, not them." 🙌🙌🙌🙌
Don't make these mistakes!
Trying to tame your new texture?
Meet Pantone's Color Of The Year 2018.
"Complex and contemplative, Ultra Violet suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now." Sign us up for some of that in the New Year! 🔮
Thank you, TIME — and thank you to every brave person who spoke up and spoke out, and to every ally in this movement.
She's using her hair to make a statement on everything from sexual assault to gun violence.
Lauren Wasser not only found a whole new perspective on life, but a new life purpose.
She's inspiring others to love themselves "flaws" and all.
"The idea that how you wear your hair somehow relates to your character, your intelligence, or your wokeness is bull$*%t."
Should the fact that Meghan Markle is biracial even matter?
For something "effortless", it sure takes a lot of work!
Just like makeup, skin care has changed A LOT over the last 100 years.
FentyBeauty shares the 2017 title with some pretty big innovations!
Amber Heard may appear to meet society's beauty standards, but that doesn't make her immune to sexism in Hollywood.
Viola Davis wants her daughter to feel like a superhero even before she puts on a cape.
The app claims to show users "the real you", but many are finding its "Removal" feature problematic.
Is it time to end the stigma and secrecy surrounding injectables?
Watch Solange share her inspiring and motivating definition of living fearlessly at Glamour WOTY 2017.
This is HUGE!
"It’s been the best journey ever..."
Would love to see a follow-up video titled "100 Years Of Awkwardly Growing Out Your Bangs":
This common mistake could be the difference between finding the perfect foundation match and one that's just okay:
Issa Rae is us anytime we're asked to go clubbing.
"We’re not saying lipstick is going to change the world. What we’re saying is, this is a small way to stand up for yourself and a small way to join the resistance." 💋✊
"I just wish brands would give all sexes a choice, instead of solely targeting women, because they are missing a huge demographic."
At almost 40, Liya Kebede refuses to feel held back by age.
Everyone who worked on this Allure shoot — from the photographer to the hair stylist — is of East Asian decent.
Issa Rae finally convinced her mom to start watching her show Insecure — with a little help from Michelle Obama, of course.
We couldn't agree more!
After all that Halloween makeup, *treat* your skin right with this pumpkin face mask.
"What’s interesting are all the times where cultural appropriation isn’t reported; it’s just accepted."
Does your highlighter look chalky or overly sparkly? It was probably made for fairer complexions.
No need to go into Halloween costume panic-mode this year. 🎃😱
Jackie Aina saw things needed to change, and used her voice to make that happen.
"...it's the only face you have honey."
"It made me never want to leave the house with my natural hair."
Does your brain need a break from the current woes of the world? Just remind yourself Halloween is only 2 weeks away. Here's how to pull off this a-DOE-able costume!
Spoiler alert: Self-love wins in the end. (It always does!)
We hope COVERGIRL's new slogan is a sign of things to come in the beauty industry.
Show of hands, how many "Older Millennials" wish YouTube makeup tutorials were around when you were in high school?
Why Maggie Gyllenhaal brings lipstick with her everywhere — even to the Women's March.
In the midst of all the plucking, waxing and shaving, have you ever stopped to ask yourself, "Why am I doing this?"