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Change Your Hair Gene, Kate Upton’s Personal Trainer Shares His Favorite Moves, and More
Will science find a way to change the gene that determines hair type and texture? Find out here. [New York Times]

Kate Upton’s personal trainer demonstrate’s his top three workout moves. [Glamour]


Make sure your strands are ready for summer with this ultimate hair guide. [Beauty High]


Get ready for a night out in 60 seconds with this superquick smoky eye tutorial. [BellaSugar]


Find the best toner for your skin that promises to deliver some even results. [Well + Good NYC]


—Charisse

We love Vine! Check out this awesome video one of our subscribers made of opening her May box.
 
(Photo: Victoria Roberts)

Change Your Hair Gene, Kate Upton’s Personal Trainer Shares His Favorite Moves, and More

—Charisse

(Photo: Victoria Roberts)
Kate Upton Covers Vogue, Benefit’s Surprise Makeovers, and More
Perhaps in a ploy to get more male readers, Kate Upton graces the cover of Vogue for June. [Huffington Post]
Nikki Reed partners with 7 For All Mankind on a jewelry line. [SheFinds]
Lipstick Queen’s new Endless Summer collection has the editors over at Beauty High drooling. [Beauty High]
Jennifer Aniston gets on camera for Living Proof to talk candidly about “The Rachel” cut with the hairstylist that made her coif so famous. [Living Proof]
One woman tried Gwyneth Paltrow’s strict diet for 10 days and did not cut corners. Here’s how she fared. [The Cut]
Looks like Seth Meyers will take over Late Night when Jimmy Fallon moves over to host the Tonight Show. [New York Times]
Refinery29 test drives YSL’s new Tie & Dye nail polish topcoat. [Refinery29]
Benefit lures unsuspecting U.K. residents in to surprise makeovers with a pink ringing telephone booth. And then has them perform karaoke in front of a live audience! [YouTube]
—Charisse
Get perfectly soft curls with this how-to hairstyle tutorial and Miss Jessie’s Jelly Soft Curls.

(Photo: Vogue)

Kate Upton Covers Vogue, Benefit’s Surprise Makeovers, and More

—Charisse

(Photo: Vogue)
Beyonce’s Life Is But a Dream Premieres, Time Inc. Reportedly Selling off InStyle, and More
Beyonce stuns the red carpet once again at the premiere of her directorial debut, Life is But A Dream. [NY Daily News]
Trouble on the magazine front—Time Inc. is reportedly selling off InStyle and other major publications. [New York Times, Media Decoder]
Kate Upton is leading the way for curvier women in modeling campaigns. [Shoptiques]
Ever have an “I have nothing to wear!” kind of day? Yep, us too. Here are nine items to complete any look. [Huffington Post]
Refinery 29’s beauty director reveals her top two products from Urban Decay for a natural, flawless finish. [Refinery29]
From seashell pinks to aqua eyes, we’re loving this spring’s bold and bright makeup trends. [Allure.com]
—Charisse
Look forward to spring with beachy waves courtesy of celebrity stylist Mitch Stone’s Desert Island Hair Kit.
(Photo: Larry Busacca for Getty Images)

Beyonce’s Life Is But a Dream Premieres, Time Inc. Reportedly Selling off InStyle, and More

—Charisse

Look forward to spring with beachy waves courtesy of celebrity stylist Mitch Stone’s Desert Island Hair Kit.

(Photo: Larry Busacca for Getty Images)

Plus-Size Bloggers Are The Fashion Industry’s Newest Stars

Nicolette Mason, a fashion blogger and Marie Claire columnist, shows off a self-styled outfit. (Photo: Nicolette Mason)

In the world of high-end fashion, a plus-size model is pretty much any woman who shows the slightest hint of curves—hence why Kate Upton has occasionally been classified in this category. Glossy lady mags and other mainstream media outlets have a bad reputation for over-featuring particularly thin women. If you wear anything above a size 2 (the average American woman is a size 12-14), it can sometimes feel impossible to find a model who shares your body type. 

Now a new breed of bloggers are increasing the visibility of plus-size women in fashion. The New York Times reports that independent plus-size fashion bloggers are gaining a following by showcasing their ability to dress in on-trend outfits that show off (rather than hide) their bodies. 

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