The unofficial law of working out states that when you exercise consistently and correctly, you see results in the form of a leaner, tighter, stronger body. Why else would we shell out money for expensive gym memberships or take crazy classes that leave us in a puddle of sweat and tears? Science (and Instagram's #beforeafter hashtag) has proven that exercise can transform our bodies, so what if we told you it could also change your skin?
It's no secret that a having a fresh mani can instantly make you feel better. But it turns out that the specific color and design of your nail art can impact yourВ emotional state too.В Studies have shown thatВ different colors have different impacts on our mood. According toВ experts, having certain colors in certain spaces of your house canВ affect the way that you feel in the space.
With glam teams atВ their finger tips and hordes of red carpets to attend, celebrities have the opportunity to experiment with more hairstyles than most. They can alter their look on a dime (often in the back of aВ car or minutes before their scheduled arrival), as well as plan them weeks in advance. Their hairstylists dream up these looks, taking inspiration from just about anything, and execute them with precision and an unbelievable amount of skill.
After a long, hard day on your feet, there is nothing better than an at-home pedicure. It's a wonderful way to relax and take a break from life's stresses. If you're someone who gets regular professional pedicures, it also helps prolong the time between visits and saves you money. So the next time you need a little pampering, turn on your favorite Netflix show and give yourself an indulgent pedicure.
For those who binged Lifetime's soapy thriller series You in an overnight Netflix fury (just me?), you know that things didn't turn out particularly well for ingenue Elizabeth Lail. Actual spoiler alert: Her innocent, literature-loving character Guinevere Beck meets a tragic fate at the hands of her stalker-murderer boyfriend Joe Goldberg, played by the so-scary-it's-almost-hot (or so-hot-it's-almost-scary?
In our new monthly series, Self-Directed , we invite influencers in the world of beauty and fashion to direct their own editorial story and create the looks they love with the glam teams they trust. You'll learn about their best-kept beauty secrets, favorite products, and more. вЂњThe first time I was paid to do anything was makeup, and I was 12,вЂќ said Nikki Reed on the set of her Byrdie shoot.