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Michelle Obama On Her Second Vogue Cover, Allison Williams’ Best Skincare Tips, and More
Dressed in Reed Krakoff, Michelle Obama graces the cover of Vogue for a second time. [Refinery29]
A St. Patrick’s Day makeup look that isn’t too green. [Her Campus]
The 50 most innovative wellness-related startups. [Greatist]
Why processed foods are more dangerous than you think. [Q]
FYI: Oxygen is the hottest beauty industry buzzword right now. [SheFinds]
Five absolutely stunning eye makeup looks to try for spring. [Beauty High]
Allison Williams dishes on her beauty routine and her favorite products to The New York Times. [T Magazine]
—Charisse
Learn how to match your lipstick to your mood with this colorful guide.
(Photo: Vogue)

Michelle Obama On Her Second Vogue Cover, Allison Williams’ Best Skincare Tips, and More

—Charisse

Learn how to match your lipstick to your mood with this colorful guide.

(Photo: Vogue)

A St. Paddy’s Day-Inspired Potato Dish: Birchbox Test Kitchen

You miiiight have noticed by now that Birchbox staffers have an ever-so-slight obsession with food, from colorful (and totally yummy) vegetables to delicious smoothies. Which is why we’ve enlisted our in-house recipe guru Nicole to divulge her kitchen secrets each week, sharing seasonal ingredients, must-have tools, and new cooking methods. 

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In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day this weekend, we’re cooking up the Irish classic colcannon. A delicious, creamy combination of potatoes and cabbage— Ireland’s most ubiquitous and sturdy crops—colcannon comes from a word that translates literally to “white-headed cabbage.” The first known written reference to the recipe was in a Dublin traveler’s diary in 1735, and considering how delicious it is, we can understand why it’s still so popular a couple centuries later. (It has to be pretty stellar if it has a song devoted to it, right?) 

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