Quantcast

Style

Say it in style with this artist’s jewelry collection! From earrings featuring tampons dipped in dark red glitter to a necklace that reads chubby pussy, L.A.-based artist Corinne Loperfido has perfected a balance between the weird and the inspirational. The bulk of her jewelry collection is plexiglass pieces she digitally designs and laser cuts; colorful earrings ($15–$42) and thick-chained necklaces ($42–$62) featuring graphic slogans—witchy shit, lick my clit, and booty not booze are just a few—meant to defy the “formality” of days past. “Everyone thinks that...
Photo via Instagram Covergirl is leading the charge for more diversity in the makeup world. After featuring their first male ambassador, they have now added Muslim beauty vlogger Nura Afia to their So Lashy! campaign. Photo via Instagram At 22-years-old, the YouTuber and makeup artist has been making videos for 5 years. However, it wasn't always so glamorous. As she explained in an interview with Refinery29: "In the beginning, the community [on YouTube] was very negative. [An agency once told me] that I couldn’t be booked because of my...

As many of you may know, it is illegal to wear apparel that references a specific political candidate at polling centers. While that means that we will be relieved from seeing “Make America Great Again” hats, in return Hillary supporters won’t be able to visually indicate that they will be voting for Madame President. Supporters of Hillary, however, may not be able to wear buttons or shirts that say #imwithher, #hillyes, or #lovetrumpshate—there are ways to skirt around this rule and show support in an...
It's boots season! Here are some tips to keep your footwear fresh. 1. Spray boots all over with a waterproof shoe spray as soon as you get them. Re-spray every couple of months. 2. Clean salt off with BootRescue Wipes ($6.99 for 15 wipes, bootrescue.com) or combine equal parts white vinegar and water and wipe down with a soft cloth. 3. Dry waterlogged shoes by stuffing them with paper bags. 4. If ya kicks stink, replace the insoles and spray the boots down with an anti-bacterial cleaner, or put...
 Self-Portrait by Marie-Gabrielle Capet, 1783 (National Museum of Western Art) Circassian Bloom — also marketed as “Bloom of Circassia” — is perhaps the most well-known brand of cheek rouge from the 18th and 19th centuries. Along with such luxurious-sounding beauty products as Peach Blossom Cream and Alabaster Liquid, it was featured regularly in Victorian era newspaper advertisements. It was also frequently mentioned in 18th- and 19th-century fiction, including short stories in magazines and popular comic verses. Perhaps the most quoted of these verses is by the...

  Halloween is a day of Pinterest-worthy costumes, buckets of candy, and pumpkin spiced liquor. Also known as Witches' Christmas (okay, not officially), this holiday is a great excuse to dress up in your scariest costume and party the night away under the full moon. In honor of this spooky day of celebration, we've compiled a list of some our favorite, creepy items from our newest online obsession: Witchsy. This curated marketplace features some great Internet artists and it's an awesome place to get some weird...
Winter is coming! Jillian Hervey & Lucas Goodman of the band Lion Babe show us the best in winter fashion, photographed by Tawni Bannister, styled by Courtney Raniszewski, with makeup by Colleen Runne @ Kate Ryan and hair by Linh Nguyen @ Kate Ryan. ON JILLIAN: Topshop army green jumpsuit and ribbed bodysuit; ON LUCAS: Phillip Lim pink and green button-up jacket with knit collar ASOS eggplant velvet gown Sandro black and maroon off-the-shoulder top Topshop blue patchwork denim jacket and jeans; & Other Stories black stretch leather boots Christina...
Get witching-hour ready with Kat Von D’s bat-liner tutorial! A cat eye may be the cosmetic gold standard, but a bat eye will really get you in the mood for fall. Makeup maven and tattoo artist extraordinaire Kat Von D has your Halloween season look on lockdown with this super simple tutorial. Dark at heart? Rock this spooky style all year round. Just follow the step-by-step photos below, and you'll be vamping in no time! “For this look I kept it pretty simple. I used my Shade...
Although the fashion industry influences what we wear, controls seasonal trends, and revolutionizes the way we see clothing and design, it's anything but progressive. The world of modeling is especially narrow and restrictive — putting skinny cis-gendered white women always at the forefront of what's "cool" and "trendy" (even when these companies' clothing lines derive designs from non-white cultures). In fact, a recent runway report from The Fashion Spot shows that only 25% of models this past Fashion Week were models of color — and...

PAMPERING PRODUCTS FOR THE SPOOKIEST SEASON 1. The Hex FilesEvery witch worth her black salt should keep this 
potion—a face tonic crafted with rose water under the new moon and available in three scents (woodsy Timber, citrusy Cypress, and lavender)—on her vanity.Rose and Cross Revival Tonic, $6, occulux.etsy.com 2. Pool of BloodTurn your bath into a murder scene by dropping one of these blood orange and coconut milk bombs—with coconut oil and mineral-rich clay—into the water, because even vampires like to vamp.Blood and Milk Bath Bomb, $6.50,...
Facebook_websiteTwitter_websitePinterest_websiteRSS_websiteTumblr_websiteIG_website

Search