It’s March. I’ve moved highlights to later in the month, as one does, I hope that feels okay! My treatment program ended at the start of the month, and I’m feeling a little weird about it.
Adwoa Aboa’s Revlon collab is so cute and cheery-looking, and there’s a really nostalgic vibe with the bright, colour-coded kits.
Courtesy of beautiful brilliant angel Hannah, how to reapply sunscreen like a genius.
Colour liners are really having a moment, and this Japanese brand is right on the money with their range. So glad that they’re doing an international launch! (Weird side note – on the asian blogs I’ve seen, the product is called UZU, not UZ – why the name change?)
Lupita Nyong’o has been doing some really avant garde beauty looks on her Us press tour – I’d describe it as 1930s Grace Jones makeup.
Prepare to salivate: The most beautiful bento box I’ve seen.
Sephora has revamped their in-house skincare, and it looks so 80s!
Ultraluxury brand Hermès is launching beauty products next year. I’m intrigued. Their fragrances have been fabulous.
You know I’m obsessed with Jia Tolentino, and her piece on a buzzy activewear brand you may have heard of is SO REAL.
According to Vogue, Gibson Girl-esque hairstyles are happening. I’m excited. I love that shit. I don’t love that these are referred to as “Victorian”, though. They’re Edwardian. Thank you.
Paul & Joe is big in Japan, so it makes sense that they’re doing a Doraemon collab. Ordinarily I’d talk shit about something like this but I really like Doraemon.
Hypebeasts are Kondo-ing their collections, and it’s hilarious.
Lizzo’s on the cover of Allure, AS SHE SHOULD.
Millennial pink may be cute, but how many restaurants with pink decor can we take?
Pat McGrath is now a billion-dollar brand, thank you, what of it?
I already mentioned Revlon, but I’m doing it again – this crystal-inspired collection is kinda cute!
The tiny Jacquemus handbag that went viral is a dream. I want a cluster of them, like a bunch of grapes. In each, a single activated almond.
Bio-engineered silk’s applications are many, and include beauty products!
And on the topic of beauty tech, here’s how that data is used against you.
Spinning off of that: on the mask in fashion and beauty, and what they say about the surveillance state.
Real women, schmeal women.
Cult Beauty did a very special campaign for Women’s Day, and I’m glad to see more people than me are ambivalent about it.
Bar soap is having a renaissance – I don’t know if I’m loving it, I mean, bar soap kind of scares me… but it’s chic…