I live in a great Brooklyn neighborhood. If you’ve seen HBO’s “Bored to Death,” (“The Gowanus Has Gonorrhea” episode in particular,) or “In Treatment,” and are in the know, you’ve caught many subtle references to my happening hood. It feels like a small town elsewhere and, other than seeing Manhattan friends who still won’t cross <... >
May I take this occasion to come out and say, “bah humbug” in the very first sentence? I am not a holiday person. I don’t like all the red and green, the incessant loop of Muzak that passes for timely tunes, I prefer Wolfords to stockings stuffed with junk I don’t want, and all that <... >
It takes more than lip gloss and mascara to keep her looking fabulous. Underneath it all, it starts with beautiful skin. We’ve got something for everyone on your list! Whether she’s headed to Paris or Hoboken, she’ll love My Comfort Carry On from Caudalie, the French brand all us anti-oxidant lovers love. The kit contains <... >
By adulthood, we expect to outgrow the various intolerable indignities and awkward moments adolescence so generously provides us.
Skin care companies continue their anti-aging research and won’t stop until we all look 10 years younger, without plastic surgery. Three cheers for them!
October is breast cancer awareness month and the beauty industry has once again rallied around initiatives and charities that support cancer survivors and cancer research by coloring our world pink. There is something incredibly fulfilling about supporting good causes, especially ones that affect our fellow females, all the while going about our daily beauty routines. <... >
In Chinese astrology, I’m a snake. In addition to a natural propensity for being content to lie about curled up until the urge to explore strikes, I like to shed my skin.
Magic serum in a bottle? Sign me up! What a wonderful world we’re aging in – we have the benefits of scientific research to help us fight the natural effects of getting older.
There it is! Barely visible, yet thriving nonetheless while stuck under layers of nearly translucent dermis: a tiny black hair.
I have always been one of those girls with delicate flower like complexions. I don’t wear much makeup because I can only use the gentlest products on my face. I dread the sun, because I can never find a sunscreen that doesn’t wreak havoc on my skin. My face has all the issues of sensitive <... >