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Period pain is the worst. Period. More than half of women in the U.S. report they suffer from dysmenorrhea, pain associated with menstrual cramps, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. While science works overtime to find a cure for making sure erections last longer, we asked Courtenay Poucher, M.D. FACOG and Board-Certified
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Getty ImagesBG017/Bauer-Griffin Kim Kardashian, who pretty regularly switches up her look with the help or wigs and/or extensions, stepped out last night in Miami with neon green hair. Splash News Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Splash News InStyle compared the look to Nickelodeon’s slime, which isn’t too far off. Rest assured, it’s not a real
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In this week’s episode of No Filter, five Rihanna fans try the Badgal’s latest shimmery goodness: Fenty Beauty Killawatt Highlighter in Diamond Ball-Out. (It’s the silver sister to Trophy Wife!) Killawatt Highlighter in Diamond Ball-Out is limited-edition and different from the other product drops from the beauty mogul (and singer, actress, model, fashion designer, goddess,
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If we’re being real, jogging on a treadmill that faces a cinderblock wall is a quick way to bore yourself into hating exercise. That’s why fitness retreats—weekend wellness trips in exotic destinations—are changing the fitness game. (Yoga mat, meet margarita. Margarita, meet yoga mat.) ClassPass—the popular fitness membership that gives users access to workout classes
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Oftentimes in the beauty world it feels like a new miracle product pops every couple of months—one that’s finally going to clear up your skin and make you look like a baby again. Recently, collagen is being touted as one of those “miracle solutions in a bottle.” You’ve probably heard of the beauty ingredient that
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@alicatnails / @nailsbymimi As much as I enjoy getting manicures, I’m not the best at maintaining them. I’m too lazy to get them regularly, yet can’t stand walking around with them chipped—an inevitability just days after getting them painted. If I go the gel route, I’m too lazy to get them refilled and get some
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Hair loss is more common than you think and it can happen to anyone. According to Michele J Farber, MD of Schweiger Dermatology Group in NYC, causes range from, “androgenetic or hormone-related hair loss, stress related-hair loss, also called telogen effluvium, and dandruff. Medications, vitamin deficiencies, thyroid disorders, excess styling, and autoimmune disorders can also
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Aug 14, 2018 Getty/ Courtesy Between her glowy skin and signature nude-pink pout, the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex is already a beauty icon in her own right. As such, we’ve been keeping track of the products she’s talked about using over the years—and one of her favorites just so happens to be on sale this
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Nails That Kill Just a few murderers casually chilling on your nail beds. Dedicate each nail to the famous horror movie villain of your choice. You can leave the pinkies bright red to draw even more attention to the infamous stars. Design by @fingerbangportland Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Blood
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Nearly all of Sunday Riley’s offerings have their own cult followings, but Good Genes is on another level. With over 1,500 five-star reviews, the lactic acid treatment remains one of the most universally lauded serums in the skincare world. And it now has a rare discount thanks to Dermstore’s current anniversary sale, running through August
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When Becca Cosmetics launched their Skin Love collection last week, the beauty world was psyched for their new skincare-meets-makeup products including a serum, highlighter, and foundation, all promising to achieve that fresh, trademark Becca glow. But after releasing a questionable campaign image, the glowy excitement quickly turned into an all-too-familiar worry and concern over diversity
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Stretch marks: nearly everyone gets them. Lately their visibility has become more widely embraced (thank you, Chrissy Teigen). For those of you who want to reduce their appearance, however, we’ve reached out to dermatologists for expert advice. The first step is understanding why they happen. “Stretch marks are essentially due to dermal collagen tears,” board
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Sometimes it seems as though many beauty products aren’t created with deeper skintones in mind. See: every beige-pink lipstick called a “nude,” foundation ranges that fail to go beyond tan, and highlighters that look like grey dust when applied on melanin-rich skin. Eyeshadow, as it turns out, is one of the trickiest things to get
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I am constantly on a quest to quell my oily skin. The sebaceous glands on my forehead, nose, and chin just don’t quit. And while I’m grateful that means I’ll be slow to show aging, presently my grease is out of control. Gross, I know. It’s especially worse during the summer in New York City,
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Brow trends come in cycles. One moment, everyone wants Cara Delevingne-level thickness, the next people are shaving their entire arches off because of Rihanna’s Edith Piaf moment. No matter which look you prefer, a good tweezer is a necessity. But, what exactly makes a “good” tweezer? A sharp edge? A strong grip? A cushioned hold?
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A good moisturizer is the key to any beauty routine, but the wrong one can spell disaster for those with oily skin. Too much moisture will clog pores and possibly increase your skin’s oil production, which leads to dreaded breakouts. So to avoid a catastrophic skin event, we went to an expert. We asked Audrey
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When it comes to cleansing brushes, there are a lot of imitators out there but nothing comes close to the original Clarisonic. First introduced in 2004 when sonic cleansing wasn’t A Thing just yet, the brush has since become the holy grail of beauty devices and expanded to include attachments for makeup, facial massage, and