Do Something New: The Science Of Embarrassment

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 1, 2015

I like to try new things. My comfort zone is pretty large. This is why, when I was first brainstorming a column to write for my job, I decided to do one that involved trying new fitness activities in the hopes that giving them a shot myself would encourage other people to try new kind… More »

The “Blonde” Myth

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 1, 2015

Can we please stop boiling women down to their hair color? More »

Creepy Fashion Tips From The Duggars’ Homeschool Curriculum

By: Katrin Higher / May 31, 2015

Caution: read only if you do not have a round face, because if you do have a round face you are AN INSTRUMENT OF SATAN, according to this totally creepy fashion guide provided for homeschoolers of the fundamentalist Christian sect “ATI.”

Also, I read the entire guide and still I do not quite… More »

Now You Can Live Out Your Fantasy Of Sniffing The Panties Of Hitler’s GF

By: Katrin Higher / May 30, 2015

Somehow the (probably) panties of Hitler’s mistress and then wife, Eva Braun, ended up in a tiny vintage store in northern Ohio. Also, Probably Panties is the name of my new 1960s style French ‘Ya-Ya’ band.

Anyway, the price ticket for these lady Nazi underthings is a whopping $7,500. I have to say… More »

This Chick’s Color-Changing Mane Will Make You Want To Jump On The Pastel Hair Trend

By: Claire Hannum / May 29, 2015

Like #TheDress, but with hair. More »

All The Fake Body Parts The Media Wants You To Hate And Why You Shouldn’t Care

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / May 29, 2015

Everything about your body is FINE. More »

The New York Times Style Section Wants You To Worry About (And Spend Money On) Your Arms

By: Megan Reynolds / May 28, 2015

Do you have arms? This one’s for you. … More »

Beauty IRL: Give Up, It’s Summer, It’s Fine, Just Go With It

By: Megan Reynolds / May 28, 2015

The thing about summer is that everyone looks hot as hell. That is because they are literally hot as hell, all sweaty and humid and shiny, slowly oozing their way through the thick, soupy air. The weather is sultry, even when it’s daytime, and that haze that shines through your dirty bedroom window is heavy. It’s okay. More »

10 Mantras To Get You Through Your Summer Struggles

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / May 28, 2015

The summer struggle is real. More »

10 Inspirational (But Not Corny) Wall Hangings

By: Claire Hannum / May 27, 2015

I’m always looking for motivational words to get me through the day, but I’ll be damned if I’m told one more time by some feel-good sign to “Live, Laugh, Love,” because what does that even mean? Click through for a few not-so-corny (well, somewhat less corny anyway) inspirational fodder for your home. More »

10 Reasons I’d Rather Be In Texas

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / May 26, 2015

HELP ME, TEXAS! The post-Texas blues struggle is real. I’m ill, and the only cure is more Texas. I spent Memorial Day weekend in Austin, it rained every single day, I got sick, and I still had probably the best vacation of my life.

To be completely fair, part of this is because… More »

Beauty Test Drive: The Marilyn New Yorker Boar Bristle Brush

By: Claire Hannum / May 24, 2015

Baby’s first boar bristle! More »

Sasha & Malia Obama’s 16 Greatest Style Moments

By: Claire Hannum / May 24, 2015

Their mother gets a lot of credit for her excellent taste, but Sasha and Malia Obama make just as iconic style choices as the First Lady. At the very least, I certainly wouldn’t hate having them go through my closet. Click through for 16 of the Obama girls ladies’ most legendary style moments…

[Images via Getty]… More »

This Hoodie Has A Creepy Cat-Snuggling Pouch To Make Your Pets Hate You

By: Claire Hannum / May 24, 2015

I no longer have cats of my own, but I am extreme BFFs with the bodega cat who lives down the street from my apartment. If I were allowed to borrow her for an afternoon and take her home with me, I’d buy one of these fancy feline hoodies for the sole purpose of cuddling with her. More »

Artist Richard Prince Sells Other People’s Instagram Photos For $100,000, Without Permission

By: College Candy / May 22, 2015

Apparently Richard Prince is notorious in the art world for stealing other people’s work and selling them them off to make massive amounts of dough. (Wth, man). And I mean massive. Like $100k worth. Either this guy is the biggest douche in the world or the world’s greatest genius. Well, maybe a bit of both. Read moreMore »

Absolute Beginners: SoulCycle And What “Community” Means

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / May 22, 2015

There’s a SoulCycle-licensed tank top you can buy that describes the phenomenon thusly: “Pack, tribe, crew, posse, cult, gang, community, SoulCycle.” I was told, specifically, that it would be a cult, and I’m glad that the company is itself embracing that term, because there is something at least a little bit cult-like about sweating your… More »

20 Questions I Have For Tiny House People

By: Claire Hannum / May 21, 2015

It seems like every time I turn on HGTV, I’m greeted by another grinning couple on the screen showing off their 250-square foot house that they cram themselves and their three small children into, proudly declaring they are part of the “small house movement.” Despite their tiny digs, these people are always, always, very financially comfortable. Rich, even. More »

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

By: Claire Hannum / May 21, 2015

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

Cities That Surprise: Detroit, Michigan

By: 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

By: 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 »

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