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Ye Olde Beauty Before BB cream and lip balm, women in olden times used some, uh, creative products in their beauty routines, including squashed bugs, lead powder, crocodile dung, and arsenic. The cosmetics industry has come a long way, but there are some ingredients from way-back-when that’ve stood the test of time and are still available to slather all over yourself: Donkey’s Milk: Cleopatra bathed in ass’ milk in an attempt to reduce wrinkles, and it’s contained in creams sold across Europe today. Read More
Bring The Boho Vibe This Winter 1. Roam in style with a tan tooled-leather bag, crafted in Uruguay. Jubileo Backpack, $225, SABRINATACH.NET 2. Tell your fortune with a star sign medallion. Capricorn Garnet Zodiac Wheel Necklace, £12, MEANDZENA.COM 3. Crown yourself with a golden garland, handmade in Oregon. Gold Leaf Headband, $45, BLOOMDESIGNSTUDIO.ETSY.COM 4. Lovely lace lingerie from Kiwi brand Lonely. Flora Bra, $80 NZD, LONELYHEARTSLABEL.COM 5. Suede shoes will make you feel ready for adventure. Big City Boots, $100, BCFOOTWEAR.COM 6. Read More
As a kid, Lily Mandelbaum struggled with her weight—and with self-acceptance. But along with her mother, stylist Elisa Goodkind, she’s saying to anyone ready to listen: Enough is enough.  In case you haven’t heard (and if you haven’t, the time has come), this mother-daughter team behind body image acceptance site StyleLikeU recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to turn their viral video project, I Am What’s Underneath, into a feature-length documentary. Read More
Here's a few magical Polaroid outtakes from our astrology-inspired editorial, "I Saw the Sign," in this month's issue of BUST starring (pun intended) Tara Violet Niami and Kate Lyn Sheil. Photos were taken by Amber Mahoney using some instant film wizardry thanks to IMPOSSIBLE.  Looking to shoot some polaroids of your own? Read Amber Mahoney's easy-peasey instant film tutorial here. Read More
The Sundance Institute has collaborated with Todd Oldham on a line of limited-edition merchandise available for pre-order. The products range from t-shirts to dinner plates to stickers and buttons and patches, all designed by well-known, Sundance-friendly artists. Seriously, there is so much good stuff here that narrowing it down to only six products was difficult. Who knew that, on top of being a hilarious and amazingly talented actress, Jenny Slate is also a gifted painter?! And Joan Jett’s rock-and-roll take on the tuxedo shirt is something I think we can all get behind. Read More