Today, the New York Times published an absolutely beautiful op-ed by Angelina Jolie regarding her private, recent decision to have a preventative double mastectomy. Believe us, it’s worth a read. More
A minor uproar has arisen over the latest cover of T, The New York Times‘ style magazine. Apparently, it has offended the delicate sensibilities of NYT readers from Westport to Park Slope because it features a thin, young-looking model wearing vaguely bondage-inspired things. That’s right: they are mad at a fashion magazine for printing photos of a fashion model. Who is wearing fashion. More
If World War Z’s insertion into my highly detailed and potentially prophetic dreams is any indication, there will be a zombie apocalypse in the near future. In it, Zach Galifianakis and I will fall in love, we will be stuck in a supermarket for a great deal of the situation and my ability to drift cars away from close calls will be innate. But most importantly: I will smell delightful and will help the entire town smell delightful. More
Jurlique has spent over 25 years unearthing potent organic and biodynamic ingredients and developing unique Bio-Intrinsic™ process to create the purest, most powerful skin care possible. They strive to simply give you healthy, more beautiful skin. And they are pretty … More
Chris McMillan insists he was totally high when he cut Jennifer Aniston’s hair in 1994. More
Rather than looking cute and doll-like, as freckles are often associated with, you will look like your face was bizarrely stained by lumpy, uneven mud. Actually, playing in the mud is quite youthful, so perhaps there is some truth behind this technique! More
Apparently, women lose about $400 worth of products each year. The easiest way to combat that: getting some sweet makeup cases to prevent this loss. Lots of them are quite ugly and boring, though, so we have found several that you might just love. Hopefully, this will make you more likely to actually use an organizer, but at the very least, they’ll be adorable accessories for your room! More
Wanna be a writer? Check out these tips! -Sadie
Seven days, seven celebrity fragrances: an experiment. -MySpace
How to get Gatsby-esque finger waves this weekend. -The Frisky
The Teen Mom porn: a rare adult film targeted at young women. -Double X
The guide to being a 1920s hipster. -Nerve
10 natural alternatives to expensive beauty products. -Money Crashers
How to politely operate a remote controlled sex device. -Betty Confidential
Ooo la la, a guide to getting romantic abroad. -Your Tango
10 least appealing foods eaten by a travel writer. -The Hairpin
This cicada situation is making me anxious. -The Stir
TV is suddenly obsessed with virgins. -ET Online
“Be a ‘Creature Unlike Any Other’” and other horrific advice from dating books. -Ladyish
Our own Ashley Cardiff talks about her upcoming book in Relapse! -Relapse
Last week, we brought you the fun, grungy, hot makeup of the early nineties. Today, we are bringing something much, much worse to the table: multiple ugly trends from the 90s.
I’m talking Pamela Anderson lipliner, Baby Spice hair, metallic frosted shadow up to harsh-lined brows, unknowingly bad foundation lines, too much stick liner, so much bronzer and much, much more. Trying to figure out how to look like the worst version of your middle school self? Here it is, guys. There will be blood. Or, at the very least, glitter.
Internet, please don’t bring these back up when I run for city council, mmk? More
Think you already love Alison Brie? Trust me, you’re about to dig her a whole lot more. More
TheGloss has recently partnered up with Prada to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a set of Prada Amber his-and-hers fragrances!
The winner will receive two gifts sets: one for Amber, an amber-based perfume of “classic femininity and modern sensibility” and one for Amber Pour Homme, an amber-based cologne that is “subtly woven with the clean smell of barber’s soap.” Perfect for you and your manfriend, your regular friends, your brother, or your dad! More
Like thousands upon thousands of other people, I have been wearing Ruby Woo by MAC for several years. I have worn it to parties, to school, to work, to interviews, to sets, to the gym (yes, I am one of those people who wears makeup to the gym, and I know — blah blah what’s the point blah blah).
I love wearing red lipstick out, but I have always been somewhat cautious of doing so when out with somebody. You know, romantically. Red lipstick on a first date feels weird. More