New Year's resolutions may seem corny to a lot of people. However, why cringe over something that has the potential to motivate us to do better? Even if it's just for a couple of weeks. I try to be realistic when it comes to my New Year's resolutions, so I never include things like "go to the gym 5 times a week" or "cook all meals at home". That makes it just so easy for me to mess up and lose that initial spark that kept me going. But I try to make small steps each year that can help me take better care of my body and soul.
I have said it once and I will say it again — if there is one celebrity that I am more than willing to take beauty advice from, then it’s Zendaya! This woman knows what she is talking about. She
I have to admit it — I spend way too much time scrolling through TikTok. Especially considering that I’m nowhere close to being a Gen-Z member. It’s a great way to distract myself when I feel the need to, and I also learn a lot about what’s trending at the moment. But there is one interesting thing that I have noticed — TikTok trends and skincare shouldn’t be mixed. The risks are much higher than the potential benefits.
Selena Gomez is sadly no stranger to body shaming. Her fluctuating weight has been the topic of discussion on the internet for years now. It seems like everyone has an opinion about what she should, and what she shouldn’t look like.
Spring is coming, and with it comes the desire to do some spring cleaning. There aren’t many things on this earth that can uplift my mood and make me feel like I have my life together as much as a good round of deep cleaning does.
Most of us know Scarlett Johansson from movies such as “Don Jon”, “He’s Just Not That Into You”, or “Lucy”. And in all of these roles, she portrayed the blonde bombshell. So it’s no surprise that this is the picture that comes to everyone’s mind when they hear Scarlett’s name.
Have you noticed how Meghan Markle’s skin always looks so radiant and fresh? It’s this subtle glow-from-within kind of radiance. In case you didn’t know, the former actress and podcast host is known for doing her own makeup most of the time. It’s rumored that she even did her makeup for her wedding with Prince Harry.
TikTok makeup trends have the weirdest names, don’t they? They covered everything: “I’m cold”, “sleepy eyes”, “sunburnt blush”, or the “passport makeup”. But the newest, and possibly weirdest TikTok beauty look is called the “crying girl” makeup look.
I’m all about aging gracefully. However, who says that you can’t age gracefully even with a little bit of botox? It’s 2023, and a little bit of good old Botulinum Toxin can go a very long way. And the rare celebrities that have been refreshingly open about getting botox are the best proof of that.
Adidas finds itself today in a perfect storm. As the new year has come and they prepare to release their first post-Yeezy Yeezy, they are sitting on $500 million of deadstock Yeezys that they have absolutely no idea what to do with.