Style :: Grooming
As if the message wasn’t already clear, the arrival of Kiehl’s to the trendy neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen in New York City solidifies the enclave as the new gay mecca.
Gift yourself (or someone else) some high quality grooming products to get through party season with a fresh-scrubbed glow that will have you ringing in 2014 as if you hadn’t aged a day all year.
Origins is voluntarily recalling one of its face creams after finding mold in it. The beauty products company said Monday that it found mold in several products from one batch of its Dr. Andrew Weil for Origins Mega Mushroom Soothing Face Cream.
The model/actress tells CBSNews.com about what quality she finds most attractive in a guy and why she’s encouraging men to grow mustaches.
A new way to grow hair may be on its way. The procedure has only been tested on mice, but so far, the results have been promising. Discussing the study’s findings is Angela Christiano, professor at Columbia University Medical Center.
It’s time to bare all and discuss our skin. When was the last time you really took a close look at yours and examined all of its beauty marks, spots, moles and dimples? If it’s been more than a month it’s been too long.
If you have a high school reunion coming up, here’s a medical development that you may want to keep an eye on. Federal regulators for the first time have approved Botox injections to treat crow’s feet.
Michael Kors can’t really be called just a fashion designer anymore. He’s a full-fledged lifestyle brand, and that lifestyle is about to add color cosmetics and several new fragrances.
Revlon is buying Colomer Group, which sells hair dye and other products to beauty salons, for about $660 million, saying the deal will help it reach new salon customers.
Bird poop for beauty? That’s what goes into facials at a luxury spa where the traditional Japanese treatment using imported Asian nightingale excrement mixed with rice bran goes for $180 a pop.