Thank Us Later: Benefit Erase Paste Is A Little Jar Of Miracles

Claire Hannum / May 21, 2015

It’s not just concealer, it’s a MAGIC ELIXIR. More »

Cities That Surprise: Detroit, Michigan

Claire Hannum / May 20, 2015

You can take the girl out of Michigan, but I’m not so sure you can ever take the Michigan out of the girl. I never thought this would be the case when I first left home, but the deeper I delve into building a life here on the East Coast, the harder I stubbornly cling to my… More »

Beauty IRL: The Hair Down There

Megan Reynolds / May 20, 2015

The last time I was home, my mother gave me a “personal groomer.” She was organizing the hall closet by my old bedroom, a magical place full of beauty products she bought and doesn’t use, and a frequent stop on my home visits. I pillage it every time, coming up for air clutching brightening lotio… More »

Frisky Eats: 10 Awesome Acai Bowl Recipes

Claire Hannum / May 20, 2015

Acai bowls: they’re healthy, delicious, and fun to Instagram! Better yet, they’re versatile! Click through for 10 takes on whipping up a flavorful, satisfying acai bowl of your choosing. More »

PSA: 10 Reasons We Cannot Allow Low-Rise Jeans To Make A Comeback

So Vogue has declared that low-rise jeans  — those tight, hip-slung, crack-exposing disasters we all were stupid enough to wear back in the mid-’90s — are back. “We are in the midst of a denim renaissance!” Kelly Connor declares with grating enthusiasm. “The short zipper, the three-button fly, the nonexistent waistband . . . these low-rise jeans demand confidence, strategy—and… More »

Mouthfeel Is Food Porn For The Anti-Foodie Set

Megan Reynolds / May 19, 2015

Food magazines these days are pretty much the same thing, over and over again: an Instagram-ready table setting of chipped plates and avocado toast, set on a rustic farm table in golden light. It’s a nice fantasy, Pinterest-ready and aspirational, but as the dominant visual narrative, it’s boring. Mouthfeel is here to change all that. Mac Malikowski,… More »

Check Your Vibes: 11 Reasons Aging Just Might Be The Key To Happiness

Claire Hannum / May 18, 2015

After assessing the lives and habits of 262,000 people, a recent study conducted by polling company CivicScience found that as far as statistics go, Americans are pretty damn happy. Shocker, right? If anecdotal evidence and oft-cited bits of pseudo-science are any indication, I’ve been under the impression that Americans are some of the least happy people on the planet, despite… More »

Compassionate Fashion: Stock Up On Cool Basics At Everlane

Over the last, oh, six months or so, I’ve pretty much stopped buying fashion magazines and have all but quit paying attention to trends, aside from noticing those which are impossible to miss (seriously, are we really trying to make high-fashion Tevas a thing and can we NOT?). I did a major purge of my closet before… More »

This App Enables You To Buy Dumb-Ass Shit When You’re Drunk

Megan Reynolds / May 15, 2015

I am too concerned with the state of my bank account to actually pull the trigger on any online purchases, drunk or not, but this app might make me reconsider things. Drunk Shopping is an app by Chris Baker, the quiet genius behind which replaces all baby pictures on Facebook with pictures of cats,… More »

Kill It With Fire: Kate Bosworth’s Hideously Expensive Flatform Sandals

Not to mention every other high-fashion Teva (HAHAHAHAHAHAHA) being shoved down our throats this time of year. More »

Absolute Beginners: 5 Things I Learned Doing Aerial Fitness

I’ve been out on medical for the last two weeks, which means two things: First, that I haven’t been going to the gym much, and second, that Absolute Beginners took a two-week hiatus with me. Of course, me being an all-in sort of gal, I scheduled an aerial fitness class for the very first day… More »

Salads, Ranked.

Megan Reynolds / May 15, 2015

Women love salad.  … More »

Rihanna’s Dior Campaign Is Here And It Is Stunning

Megan Reynolds / May 14, 2015

Shut. It. Down. More »

Can The Dead Visit You In Dreams?

Claire Hannum / May 14, 2015

Whenever the subject of death comes up in conversation, people from all different walks of life tell me a host of what are essentially the exact same stories. They see some kind of image of their lost loved one and suddenly feel a sense of peace. They come across some reminder of the deceased that is just… More »

Etsy Spotlight: Emily McDowell’s Greeting Cards Are A Welcome Slice Of Honesty

Claire Hannum / May 14, 2015

Do you ever feel empty inside as you troll the Hallmark aisle at the drugstore, searching for something, anything that is actually applicable to the person you’re buying it for? I always feel a need to write some kind of gushy side note inside greeting cards to prove I actually care about the person I’m buying it for,… More »

Frisky Eats: 12 Almost-Summer Cocktails To Summon The Sunshine

Claire Hannum / May 14, 2015

Summer is so close, we can practically taste it! Sip these warm-weather cocktails on your back patio as you mentally will the temperatures to move from spring into full-on summer…… More »

Beauty IRL: It’s Okay To Feel Bad About Your Manicures

Megan Reynolds / May 13, 2015

Luxury is never cheap. … More »

Frisky Rant: Why Do All The Trends For Dudes Involve Them Getting To Be Lazier?

Robyn Pennacchia / May 13, 2015

We get waist-training, they get DADBODS?! More »

Soon You Will Be Able To Order Domino’s With The Pizza Emoji

Megan Reynolds / May 13, 2015

This feels close to a dream come true. … More »

Frisky Reads: The Fangirl’s Guide To The Galaxy By Sam Maggs

I guess you know you’re a fangirl, no matter how reluctant, when you read someone saying that “with ‘Doctor Who,’ you can start with the 2005 reboot pilot ‘Rose’, or you can skip directly to 2011 and go with Matt Smith’s first episode ‘The Eleventh Hour’,” and you think to yourself, What?! NO! Ditto that… More »

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