Month: August 2020

If quarantine has you sick of sweatpants and oversized t-shirts, it’s time to invest in the next best thing that’s equally as comfortable and reliable: silk pajamas. Don’t sleep on the power of a good pair of pjs. Proper sleepwear not only helps you sleep peacefully, but slipping into a soft, color-coordinated outfit makes you
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The antidiet, body-positive movement is flooding TikTok, and we love @beautifuleatsandthings‘ account! Andy Mathis is a body-positive registered dietitian and a food blogger, and her posts discuss topics including body image, fatphobia, nutrition myths, and diet culture. Mathis told POPSUGAR that in the past, she and food have had a love-hate relationship. She loved the
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Hailey Bieber is breaking up a fight. “I don’t know if you can hear, but my dog and my cat are playing next to me, and they’re growling at each other,” she tells ELLE.com over the phone. “No!” she scolds, before giving up. “I’ll just go in the other room.” She is, of course, referring
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Rosalía is officially entering the beauty game. After conquering the music world earlier this year at the Grammy’s, the singer and ELLE summer cover star is MAC’s newest VIVA GLAM Ambassador. “The Barcelona-born singer, songwriter and record producer embodies passion, courage and originality that inspires us and her fans across the world,” MAC announced in
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Jeff Kravitz/MTV VMAs 2020Getty Images Of course Keke Palmer went big. To prepare for hosting the MTV Video Music Awards this year, Palmer took more than 10 precautionary COVID-19 tests to ensure she’d be in top form for the big night. Given her devotion to making sure she’s healthy onstage, we knew she had something
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Rich Fury/MTV VMAs 2020Getty Images Tonight in New York City, the first-ever major award show red carpet during the coronavirus pandemic is happening for the MTV VMAs. While this isn’t at all like traditional years, a few celebrities did pose in their ensembles (and for some, their masks, as it’s safety first) ahead of the
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GABRIEL BOUYSGetty Images Jil Sander has rekindled her relationship with Uniqlo. This October, the celebrated German designer will release a new collection for men and women under +J, a line that the Japan-based retailer produced from 2009 to 2011. Indeed, it has been a little less than a decade since Sander lent her talents to
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Back in January, or a full lifetime ago in the year 2020, the Black girl coalition at ELLE.com—Nerisha Penrose, Angel Lenise, and I—came together to create an editorial package centering the joy and beauty of our communities. The brief was simple: How can we use our platform to spotlight the beauty of Blackness in all
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There are hair rites of passage in Black women’s lives: the first salon appointment, the first treatment, the first blow out, the big chop, the natural transition, the weave, and the braid up. And then, of course, there’s the first moment of isolation and feeling of other from those who don’t understand the history, the
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The Tyler Twins Since its inception, the hair care industry in America has been rooted in the idea that Black hair, in its natural state, is unacceptable. Our great-grandfather Garret A. Morgan, an inventor known as “the Black Edison,” was one of the first people to discover chemical relaxers. His company, G.A. Morgan’s Hair Refiner,
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IMAXTREE.COM Don’t you feel more in control of your life when your nails look amazing? I know I do. Nail lacquer is a great way to create a polished appearance. But if you fail to invest in the proper products to keep them healthy, you’ll ultimately stunt their growth, make them brittle, and cause them
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