New season, new haircut.
New season, new haircut.
"I have loved Basquiat since I was a kid, and always felt inspired by him and drawn to him before I really even could understand why," said the 'Orange is the New Black' actress.
Lookin' like a badass.
Monika Blunder and Dr. Barbara Sturm created your next all-in-one must-have.
"I WASNT READY TILL NOW," wrote the pop star.
Enter "The Polished Gent."
It was all about the morning after for a subtly soft look.
For the month of March, Drybar will donate $1 from every blowout sold in L.A. to CHLA.
Adir Abergel, who also counts Jessica Biel and Kirsten Dunst as clients, has partnered with Lelet NY for a 15-piece range of mixed-metal headbands and rose gold hairpins.
"He doesn't like grooming," says celebrity makeup artist and groomer Barbara Guillaume.
The Oscars presenter stunned in lip-to-hip Tom Ford.
The actress' Oscars beauty started with the skin.
The Best Actress nominee for 'Elle' kept it simple and chic.
From the pre-Raphaelite painter who inspired the makeup palette to the feeling her hairstylist wanted to exude with her 'do, here’s everything you need to know.
Highlighting, contouring and color came into play for the ‘Hidden Figures’ star’s super-glam navy velvet Oscars look.
It started with the jewels for the Best Actress Oscar nominee, who had one of the most ravishing faces on the red carpet.
Ruth Negga, Kirsten Dunst and Taraji P. Henson are a few of the females whose hair and makeup slayed the scarlet carpet.
The Oscars presenter wanted a look that was both "powerful and beautiful" says hairstylist Castillo.
Jewel-bedecked tiaras and headbands for the win.
Too tan, too contoured, too slick—these are the stars who made beauty missteps at the 2017 Oscars.
The Golden Globes and Grammys both had stars flaunting a different kind of cleavage — hello Lady Gaga! Will the trend continue at the Oscars?
Worried cameras will catch that moment of defeat? Meme-proofing cosmetic procedures can head off scowls, sad countenances and other betraying expressions of awards-show disappointment.
One West Hollywood salon owner, whose clientele includes Naomi Watts and Julianne Moore, recommends attendees get two facial therapies on the day of the Oscars.
From Shani Darden's signature facial to Francesca Paige "LOL" (lift, oxygen, lights), these are the must-have treatments before Sunday.
The intravenous injections have become trendy thanks to the likes of Chrissy Teigen and Jane Fonda.
Never mind natural, go big or go home.
Give 'em some lip.
It's all about playing up her natural beauty, says artist Jo Baker.
Since she wasn't performing, her glam squad kept it chill.