Month: March 2018

Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com’s weekly roundup where we lay out exactly what you’ll need for the perfect outfit, shopping list, Saturday night, or whatever it may be. Often referred to as the season of rebirth and freshness, spring is the just-right time to clean up your home space. Out with the old, in with
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“Can you take a picture of me?” Those were the words heard most often—in elevators, on street corners, hanging off balconies, on Bourbon Street—at E.L.F.’s New Orleans BeautyScape, or what I’m calling E.L.F. presents Beauty Influencer School, an ultimate beauty getaway of panels, competition, and product trials. E.L.F. had gathered 2o of most promising micro-influencer
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Something’s snapped. After the 2016 presidential election, women nationwide wanted to make a scene. We flooded streets in protest. We filled out ballots. Whispers gave way to battle cries. We didn’t do it for “attention.” We did it for progress. In “Fired Up,” ELLE.com explores women’s rage—and what comes next. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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You’re a company and you want to make florals groundbreaking for spring. What to do? Hire the YouTube star, Snapchat host, Instagram mogul, and overall beauty king Patrick Starrr. You might remember his first glamorous holiday collaboration with M.A.C., but now he’s back with a second collection that’s all about flora. Starrr took time out
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Dear E. Jean: I’m a guy in love with three women. First, there’s my second ex-wife. We had the greatest sex and tons of fun, but we also fought over everything and nothing. She’s living with a guy, but she recently confessed that she’s not happy, that I still do it for her, and that
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Versace Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Versace Dylan Blue Pour Femme Eau de Parfum Spray, $120; macys.com SHOP Part of the appeal of a perfume is not only what’s inside the bottle, but the bottle itself. In our Instagram-fueled world, packaging is everything and I don’t play when it comes to real estate on my
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Instagram.com/makeupbymario Yesterday, Kim Kardashian and her makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic finally revealed their upcoming makeup collaboration to the world and to say we were left shaking is an understatement. Not only does Kim look amazing in the campaign images, but the pigment on that eyeshadow palette left us practically drooling at the mouth. Advertisement –
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Getty ImagesGonzalo Marroquin It’s a known fact that anything Rihanna touches—socks, clothes, sunglasses, and of course, makeup—turns to gold. Now, she’s using her magic to revive an old friend from your tweenage years: body glitter. Remember that sticky, colorful jelly shimmer we’d all slather on ourselves? It’s coming back, this time with the Fenty Beauty
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Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Kim Kardashian West met the makeup artist who’d create her most iconic (and oft-copied) beauty looks, Mario Dedivanovic, 10 years ago during a photoshoot. To commemorate their longstanding friendship and partnership, the duo will be releasing their first-ever makeup collaboration under Kim’s KKW Beauty line. Kim and Mario teased the
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Dear E. Jean: I had an on-and-off boyfriend of two years whom I loved, but I ultimately realized the relationship was not working. I ended it several months ago and moved on. He now lives in Rome but came to New York this week for work. He suggested we catch up over dinner, which I
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While Justin Bieber may be woefully indecisive about his love life (Selena or Baskin??), he is unwavering about his self-confidence. The 24-year-old singer posted a video on Instagram stories yesterday showing his bare face with the declaration, “Pimples are in.” Instagram/@justinbieber Advertisement – Continue Reading Below In the close-up selfie video blasted to his 98.1
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Getty Images Skinny eyebrows ruled the ’90s, but for some reason pencil-thin brows have not enjoyed the same comeback as tracksuits, platform flip-flops, and boy bands from the same era. Until a Hadid or a Jenner decides to over pluck like it’s 1996, full brows will probably continue to reign over runways and red carpets.
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Something’s snapped. After the 2016 presidential election, women nationwide wanted to make a scene. We flooded streets in protest. We filled out ballots. Whispers gave way to battle cries. We didn’t do it for “attention”; we did it for progress. In “Fired Up,” ELLE.com explores women’s rage—and what comes next. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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