How Selena Gomez Made the Hair Scrunchie Cool Again


How Selena Gomez Made the Hair Scrunchie Cool Again

Scrunchies are so ‘90s…which explains why they’re coming back.

Like the crop tops and slip dresses made famous by a young Kate Moss, the oversized, fabric-wrapped hair bands made popular by the likes of Michelle Tanner and Lisa Turtle live on—whether you like it or not.

It’s true—they look dated, lacking the clean lines or indiscreet material to modernize your hairstyle. But they are a throwback—like an oversized denim jacket or mom jeans—and, therefore, have re-emerged as trendy once again. The way you style them, however, makes all the difference.

For inspiration, we turned to celebs like Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lopez and Bella Hadid, who fearlessly wore the trend with ease. Of course, we don’t have glam squads on hand to help us with our hair. So, we re-imagined their looks for the individual with little time, money and, well, skill. Because we all deserve to look celeb status…even when wearing a scrunchie!

Published at Thu, 10 Aug 2017 21:21:41 +0000

Why Foundation Sticks Are Better Than Regular Coverup

If you’re someone who wears foundation regularly, you’re going to want to know about foundation sticks.

Have you heard of ’em? They’re basically a hybrid between your handy concealer and your go-to liquid foundation. Think of it as a chubbier tube, perfect for everything from full-face coverage to quick touch-ups. Seriously, a few swipes of this stuff and any sign of redness or acne virtually disappears.

To use, simply apply the product in circular motions to your cheeks, forehead and chin. Then to blend, use your fingers to blend outward.

Even better: Most all of these are formulated to be extra-moisturizing, so in addition to giving you that dewy finish, blending it in is a breeze.

Did we mention these magic little sticks are buildable and long-wearing? Swoon. 

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Published at Thu, 10 Aug 2017 20:57:45 +0000