This winter season has been seriously brutal, which is why we want to know: What are your summer swimwear secrets? How many suits you try on before you find the one? Do you slather on sunless tanner before suiting up for the first time of the season? Do you own bathing suits that are too fabulous to swim in? Let us know by voting in the poll below!
The best way to fight winter blues is with a little makeup tell-all. We want to know where you get your beauty inspiration, your favorite go-to skin saviors, the tricky makeup application you’re determined to master, and more. Plus, if your lipstick could talk, what would it say? Let us know by voting in the poll below!
The buzz word on everyone’s lips last night had to be the Grammys, (quickly followed by “surfboard”), and we teamed up with Facebook once again to see what moments dominated the digital conversation. This time we focused on the gorgeous accessories that the stars wore down the red carpet, and while sadly Pharrell’s viral hat did not make the cut, what did was truly was eye-catching.
28% of you couldn’t keep your eyes off the stunning earrings seen on the carpet, more specifically Taylor Swift‘s gorgeous diamond drops and Katy Perry‘s dreamy danglers. Another accessory pairing that had 20% of you gabbing? The red shoes and clutch that Sara Bareilles carried to complement her Blumarine gown. And let’s not forget about how Madonna and Rita Ora adorned their hands! The Queen of Pop channeled her inner Michael Jackson wearing a jeweled glove and 19% couldn’t stop talking about it, while Ora adorned each of her fingers with a different statement ring — trés bold! To see all of these looks, plus many more, up close check out our arrivals gallery.
With spring trends on the brain, we’re dying to know: What’s your color attitude? Where do you take most of your bright color risks? Have you ever gone a little bit overboard? Do you prefer pastel shades or vibrant hues? Let us know by voting in the poll below!
In celebration of Cyber Monday, we’re diving into the latest discussion in the world of online shopping delivery: drones. Amazon.com has just announced they are working on Amazon Prime Air, a revolutionary online delivery option that uses unmanned aerial vehicles—otherwise known as drones—to drop your order to your doorstep (yes, really). Amazon Prime Air would get items you order, weighing under 5 pounds, into your hands in 30 minutes or less. Amazon hopes the service will launch as early as 2015, pending The Federal Aviation Administration’s regulations for unmanned aerial vehicles. Just imagine: one day, seeing Prime Air “vehicles” could be as normal as seeing mail trucks on the road.
We want to know: Would you use Amazon Prime Air to have drones deliver your packages? Vote in the poll below to tell us!
When it comes to trends, we’re always thinking a season ahead, which is why we want to know: Which spring trends will you try? Will you take on texture or try out a sporty vibe? When it comes to extremes are you a minimalist or a maximalist? Which hot handbag style will you invest in? Let us know by voting in the poll below!
With all of the cool apps and tools at your fingertips, we want to know how you click and pick out your faves! Are you constantly in need of a last-minute hair appointment? Do you love reading reviews about products before you make a purchase? Share your thoughts with us in the polls below!
The color-change is subtle, but it’s there! At the Paris premiere of Thor: The Dark World, Natalie Portman hit the red carpet in shorter strands with a light ombre effect for a more low-key take on the caramel highlights she has worn throughout the year. But the ombre trend may have some competition! Recently, colorist Aura Friedman at the Sally Hershberger Salon in New York City unveiled a new highlighting method meant to give off a halo effect, with a horziontal strip of blonde spanning from each ear. Dubbed Splashlights, the look is created by adding bleach to a small section of your mid-lengths, and mimics the appearance of a laser beam hitting your strands. The root area is left dark, and the ends are lightened for a natural feel. Caroline Polachek of indie band Chairlift was one of the first to try out the trend, and now we want to know: Would you rather get ombre highlights, or halo-esque Splashlights? Vote in our poll below to tell us!
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