After an initial wave of beauty boys influencers on social media broke through, is there a new wave of even younger boys who are making names for themselves?
Mario Dedivanovic is one of the busiest professionals in the beauty industry — and he spoke with Yahoo Lifestyle about how he manages to keep it together and look good while doing so.
Heavy contour, dramatic brows, highlighter you can see from space — these on-trend makeup looks may seem like they originated with Kim K. or YouTube's OG beauty vloggers, but that couldn't be further from the truth. A light dusting of reality for us all: There was a subset that made glam makeup a part of the zeitgeist decades before KUWTK, and YouTube has nothing on their tried-and-true tips and tricks. Look to drag queens, in all their chiseled, strobed, glammed-up glory, if you want the more accurate origin story of so-called "Instagram makeup" today — and rest assured 2017's reigning queens are still coming up with the most inventive techniques around.
A little girl who suffers from alopecia and lost all her hair got the chance to celebrate “Crazy Hair Day” at school — with a twist.
Beauty queen Victoria Graham, who has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, proudly shows her surgery scars. Victoria Graham is much more than just a pretty face. The 22-year-old Maryland college student, who was crowned Miss Frostburg in October (a local title associated with the Miss America Organization), is on a mission to raise awareness about Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) — a rarely diagnosed genetic condition that affects connective tissue in the skin, joints, and blood vessels.
An Egyptian woman, Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty, weighs about 1,100 pounds and is believed to be the world’s heaviest woman. She had not left her house in 25 years before a trip to Mumbai, India, for bariatric surgery.
Let’s face it. You probably lost count of how many times you sipped on your friend’s “extra special” mixed New Year’s Eve punch. We’ve all been there. But just because you indulged a little more than intended the night before, that doesn’t mean you have to look like it. To keep you from appearing like a hot hung-over mess, we’ve rounded up nine beauty hacks that’ll help you put your best face forward the morning after.
I only get Brazilian bikini waxes. This is technically true since the only bikini wax I’ve ever had was a full Brazilian wax.
Michelle Icard was at Starbucks when she heard three teen girls trash-talking a girl they knew. So she wrote them a note and revealed the incident on her blog.
Please don’t call Williams cute. Games of Thrones star Maisie Williams recently told the UK’s The Telegraph that she’s fed up with it. “When someone calls me cute, I take it as a compliment,” said Olivia, one woman I polled for this story.
Gwyneth Paltrow is the picture of beauty, health and fitness, but she admits that wasn't always the case.
Serbian tennis star Ana Ivanovic is entering the US Open today with confidence. “Obviously, there is a little bit of nerves involved, but I really feel like I’ve been playing well the last few weeks,” she tells Yahoo Beauty. Currently ranked No. 7, the 27-year-old already has a French Open win and previous No. 1 ranking under her belt, and is psyched to take on Serena Williams this week. At just five years old Ivanovic already knew she wanted to be a tennis star, but she didn’t anticipate being pushed into the spotlight.
26-year-old South Sudanese model Nykhor Paul went viral last week with her bold Instagram post calling out professional makeup artists at fashion shows for not having makeup that matched her skin color. “A good makeup artist would come prepare and do their research before coming to work because oftentimes you know what to expect especially at a show!” With 10 years of modeling under her belt, Paul is using social media and modeling as platforms to get the message out about discrimination in the fashion industry. After years of dealing with that, you get tired,” she tells Yahoo Beauty, noting that her lips are naturally pitch black and don’t require lipstick — just a touch of gloss.