Dermatologists Weigh In On Blindness Caused By Facial Fillers

Fillers — those line plumping and wrinkle-reducing injections (usually of hyaluronic acid) —have gotten increasingly popular over the past several years. The quick, in-office procedure can deliver addictively good results without all the scariness that comes with full-blown cosmetic surgeries. B
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Arkansas Women Will Be Required to Get Men’s Consent for Abortions

A newly passed bill in Arkansas may require women seeking an abortion to get permission from the man who impregnated them.Eight years ago, a bill called the Arkansas Final Disposition Rights Act of 2009 passed in the state, asserting that families must agree on what to do with a deceased person
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The Hair Extension Brands Celebrity Hair Stylists Are Using

Thinking back to my high school prom, I was one of the few girls who honestly didn't care where my dress came from (side note — it ended up being a vintage 1920s gown for $45 on eBay). All I wanted was long, thick, Cher-like hair, and I spent hours on the web trying to find the best set of ex
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Neon Peach Hair Is the Brightest Color Trend of the Summer

With multi-colored tie dyed, airbrushed, and sand art hair trends taking over my feed, spotting one all-over color is unusual lately. It's like seeing a race horse in a field of unicorns. Nonetheless, neon peach hair is glowing up on Instagram. And when I say glowing, I mean that literally. I&#
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British Man Says He Was Discriminated Against for Wearing Makeup to Work

News flash: Makeup is not just for women.On Monday, a British man submitted a post to the Facebook group "Spotted Portsmouth" — which compiles anonymous stories from people in and around the English city — about a troubling incident that allegedly recently occurred at his workplace. &q
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People Skimp on Sunscreen on the Eyelids, Research Finds

At this point, we're not sure how many times we can say this without sounding like a broken record (or a nag), but here it goes, one more time for old times' sake: The only realistic way to truly protect your skin from sun damage and potential risk of skin cancer is to apply (and re-apply)
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Muslim Model Halima Aden Is the Face of American Eagle’s “I Can” Campaign

Airbrushing, we hope, is going the way of the trucker hat.American Eagle’s new fall campaign is all about realness, and it features Somali-American IMG model Halima Aden looking happy as she tools around New York with friends. It’s just her, being herself — and yes, we realize it’s a heighte
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Water-Burst Moisturizers Are Great for Oily Skin Types in the Summer

There is only one universal truth in skincare: healthy skin is hydrated skin. Dealing with cystic acne or eczema? Fine lines? A little beach-induced irritation? Skin ailments ranging from overproductive sebaceous glands to flaking chapped skin can be soothed with balancing hydration.Okay, so underst
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Iranian Style Blogger Negin Mirsalehi on Her New Honey-Based Hair-Care

“I was in the last phase of writing my thesis on long-term memory theory.” Not words you typically hear from style bloggers. But Negin Mirsalehi needed a diversion from her graduate business program, and instead of binge-watching Netflix originals, she put together a blog.View on InstagramView o
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Wet n Wild’s Cult-Favorite MegaGlo Highlighter Is Back With 4 New Shades

Mark my words — Wet n Wild is not to be slept on. The drugstore beauty brand not only makes $4 liquid lipstick that's just as awesome as ones in the $20 range and a foundation adored by MannyMUA, it also makes a cult-favorite highlighter. Wet n Wild's MegaGlo Highlighter first launched l
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