Spring is officially here and with the warmer weather comes a new slough of beauty products you won't want to miss out on. For example, Benefit has launched an art-deco inspired collection that consists of three new kinds of eyeshadows including a long wearing powder formula. Then, one of our favourite beauty brands, Becca is finally back and you can buy their best-selling illuminator online again. Check out both of these exciting goodies and more by clicking through this slideshow.
It's wedding season, and with the big finish of the Met Gala on Monday, I've been inspired by so many of the amazing hair accessories on the red carpet that it got me thinking about how to dress up your hair for your big day. Shop a wide variety of Alice bands, hair brooches, pins and barrettes all adorned with crystals and let me know which glittering goodies you fancy most by leaving a comment below.
Sexy skin for warmer weather? Sign us up. Body scrubs are essential during the Spring and Summer seasons, and we have a recipe that will leave skin soft, silky, and toned. The key ingredient is coffee grounds, which not only firm with caffeine, but help slough away rough spots. You'll love the presentation, too. On Kirbie: Bebe top.
Hair and makeup lovers adore beautiful images, so it's no surprise that message boards and social media sites are filled with beauty inspiration, tips, and tutorials. This week on the BellaSugarUS POPSUGAR Beauty Pinterest page, the most repinned posts included looks from the Star Trek premiere circuit, plus two DIY plait tutorials. Check out more of what I'm talking about here!
British nail care brand Ciaté is known for taking the nail-art trend from the streets to the comfort of your own home with its easy DIY kits, like this Very Colourfoil Manicure Set (£14). The end result is a colourful and intricate design that looks far more complicated than it really is. To see how to use this genius kit, just keep reading.
Kate Moss has solidified yet another beauty deal, signing on as the new face — and, erm ... body — of St. Tropez. The British self-tanning brand has been well-known for tanning models before the catwalk and giving celebrities their red carpet glow. Kate has been using the products from the start, so this partnership is an easy fit. "Kate epitomizes St.Tropez's naturally glamorous approach to self-tanning and is a longtime advocate of the brand," Michelle Feeney, CEO of PZ Cussons Beauty, said. "Not only is she beautiful, but she has this amazing attitude. St.Tropez is about confidence." Kate already has a slew of beauty deals, ranging from cosmetics with Rimmel London to her more recent hair contract with Kérastase. Her résumé as a spokeswoman also includes iconic fashion houses like Saint Laurent and Dior, plus her own fragrance. You can't beat that beauty pedigree!
You can get the same tan from the campaign shots using the St. Tropez Bronzing Mousse (£20.50) and (£20.50) to contour the body. So when you do have to bare it all, you can do it in style à la Kate.
Yesterday, Heidi Klum attended a "meet the judges" event in America, as she is now going to be on season eight of the show, America's Got Talent. Wearing a navy leather outfit, with her hair slicked back into a dramatic ponytail, it was however, her eye makeup that had the most impact on her look. Shop the products you'll need by clicking on the images above to re-create her icy blue eye look and leave a comment to let me know what you think of this beauty style on the German model.
Demi Lovato is giving blond hair a whirl. The singer debuted her lighter hue while receiving a special recognition award at the eighth annual National Children's Mental Heath Awareness Day. Demi isn't afraid of a hair change, though. She chopped off her hair earlier this year, joining the swarms of celebrities who are already loving the long bob trend. What do you think of her lighter locks?
Today, we're sharing information about melanomas, the most serious type of skin cancer. Unfortunately, it's the most common cancer among 25- to 29-year-olds. However, melanoma, which can be described as the uncontrolled spread of pigment-producing cells, can be easily cured when detected early enough (find out where to get a free mole screening here). Discover more about this type of cancer and who has a greater risk for developing it when you keep reading.
Still not willing to let go of your ombré locks? Lucky for you, this ever-popular and universally flattering hair colour trend is constantly evolving, and Jada Pinkett Smith showed off a fresh way to rock the highlights that we love. The actress stepped out back in April sporting a toned-down version of the coloured ends, opting for chocolatey highlights that start a couple of inches from her roots. The highlights then slowly meander into full-on colour at her ends.
Jada's ombré isl a great option for two reasons. First, the highlights start higher up on the hair, making them more subtle. Secondly, the less-contrasting colour helps make this look the perfect transitional ombré. So put your anxiety aside; ombré isn't going anywhere.