Style :: Grooming
Winter’s edge hasn’t quite worn off yet, but hope has been reborn in a contrasting, hard and soft, transitional style that is reigning on spring 2013’s runways.
Wojciech Inglot, a Polish chemist and businessman who founded and ran a cosmetics company, Inglot, that grew into an international success with nearly 400 stores in 50 countries, has died. He was 57.
Looking good has always been serious business in Brazil. Now it’s big business, too. A flush new middle class is dropping major cash on designer shampoos, lotions and cosmetics, rapidly turning this country into a beauty industry powerhouse.
Dermatologist Dr. Rebecca Baxt sets the record straight (and that’s about all she’s setting straight) for those of you who think you are doomed to having bad skin. She also identifies actions that may actually be sabotaging your complexion.
Smooth or hairy? Here are the latest results of an informal survey indicating that fur is in.
The Elements Showcase introduced the latest trends in the perfume industry ranging from classic floral notes from the Italian countryside to modern scents inspired by blood type.
Looking for a pick-me-up that doesn’t involve a Botox-filled syringe that will leave you as expressionless as Cher? Turn back time with EDGE’s top choices for maintaining that delicate skin surrounding the windows to your soul.
In the make-up chair since she was 6-years-old, Drew Barrymore is capitalizing on her life in Hollywood by launching Flower Beauty Cosmetics, a new cosmetics brand exclusively sold at Walmart.
Mark Johnson and Maurice Peterson met at the YMCA, but their love for each other and for life’s indulgences resulted in the Berkshires’ premier day spa: SEVEN salon.spa, in Stockbridge, Mass.
Tweeze, pluck and trim your way to the best looking brows that will help shape your face from caveman to A-lister.