Over 230 commonly used cosmetics contain high levels of a toxic chemical linked to several health issues. This is according to a new study by …
Tulsa, national fashion takes center stage this week, makeup tips for that red carpet look and a tailgate party at Donna's.
Main Street gets a new boutique and markup artists tell how they achieve celebrity looks.
Plus beauty tips - How to use concealer to put your best face forward.
Dillard's celebrates a grand opening for Laura Mercier and mascara tip from popsugar.com.
Pro tips include using powder for volume, saline for reviving product and paper towels to prevent clumping.
What woman doesn't dream of looking as fresh at the end as she did when she looked in the mirror that morning, with perfect hair and makeup especially on your wedding day? Invariably, however, by the end of the day, hair goes flat, mascara smudges and manicures chip.
We gave some women black eyes -- except
for one, who wanted brown/brown.
can intimidate even the most
daring beauty buff. You worry
about encountering pushy
sales staff who will insist your
life is simply incomplete without that 25-shade eye-shadow
palette. Or you fear that fellow
shoppers will hover nearby,
sneaking peeks at your fluorescent-lit face while silently
rejoicing that they're not the
ones getting the clown treatment.
“Men and mascara always run,” according to Julie Roberts. But she’s drying her eyes and getting Happy for a special trip to Tulsa.
New carry-on regulations have left fliers in a cosmetics conundrum. USA Today's Colleen Clark went in search of liquid-free alternatives. A sampling:
The living may very well be easy, but figuring out how to manage your changing makeup needs in the hot days of summer isn't always.
You see them saunter down the red carpet in designer gowns, bedecked in jewels and flawless makeup. The eyes are huge and never flinch despite…
Makeup experts give shelf life of common cosmetics
Eyelash architecture enters the skyscraper period
MIAMI, Fla. -- These days, star watchers want way more than Bette Davis Eyes, they want Nicole Kidman's impossibly long legs, Lindsay Lohan's …
This cosmetics company isn't in Milan. It's in a Tulsa back yard.
NEW YORK -- Women once stuffed sacks full of antelope hair into their shirts to make their breasts seem bigger, were blinded by mascara and si…
NEW YORK -- There is a product out there to suit just about every imaginable beauty need.