Black Beauty Boys Are Broadening the Pathway to Inclusive Beauty

Pharrell Williams appears to have skin carved out of marble, the work of Michelangelohimself. He is blemishless, smooth, and poreless. And for a long time, the unofficial face of the Fountain of Youth was shockingly skincare routine-less. “Skincare was not really a priority” for much of his life, he told ELLE.com. It helps to have […]

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Charles Kelley Thanks Fans For ‘Support And Encouragement’ After Lady A Postpones Tour To Help With His ‘Journey To Sobriety’

By Becca Longmire and Melissa Romualdi. 2 hours ago Charles Kelley, the lead vocalist and guitarist of Lady A, checked in with fans on Friday, one week after the band announced that they are postponing their “Request Line” tour to focus on Kelley’s journey to sobriety. “I want to thank everyone who has shown me so […]

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Tinx’s Mornings with Social Media, an Emotional Support Water Bottle, and Coffee

Spend the morning Waking Up With Tinx as she walks ELLE through her elaborate yet relatable morning routine. Famous for her Rich Mom Walks, she finds time to ward off any negative feelings with daily journaling, sitting in the garden, and spending time with her beloved cat, Ceviche. This content is created and maintained by […]

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Kathy Griffin Talks Suicide Attempt, Dave Chappelle Controversy: ‘I Think Dave Is Just A Transphobic Guy’

By Becca Longmire. 4 mins ago Kathy Griffin spoke candidly about her suicide attempt in a new interview with the New York Times’ “Sway” podcast. Griffin was famously criticized back in 2017 for posing for a photo with a bloodied replica of then-president Donald Trump’s decapitated head. The snap got her fired from her annual […]

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Why Do Shopping Podcasts Sound So Good Right Now?

By now, it’s become abundantly clear that one way people have endured the pandemic has been through retail therapy—whether that meant hoarding toilet paper to soothe fears of scarcity or doubling down on sweatsuits to acquiesce to a new work-from-home, do-every-damn-thing-from-home lifestyle. The supply chain has responded by sputtering and groaning under the weight of […]

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Today in Feminist History: Alice Paul Is Finally Transferred Out of the Psychopathic Ward (November 18, 1917)

Today in Feminist History is our daily recap of the major milestones and minor advancements that shaped women’s history in the U.S.—from suffrage to Shirley Chisholm and beyond. These posts were written by, and are presented in homage to, our late staff historian and archivist, David Dismore. National Woman’s Party leader Alice Paul has finally […]

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