• Sephora Mar 13

    Sephora, Ulta Put In-Store Beauty Services on Hold as Coronavirus Spreads

    Two of the biggest names in beauty are taking steps to keep customers safe as the coronavirus continues to spread across the United States.

  • Sephora Jan 6

    Gwyneth Paltrow's Wellness Brand Goop Is Coming to Sephora

    Gwyneth Paltrow’s famous lifestyle brand Goop is about to hit Sephora stores, marking the first time it has partnered with another retailer to sell items like its vitamin chews and body scrubs. Up until now, Goop was only available at its own stores, on and at some independent beauty shops. Starting Tuesday, Goop’s wellness products — like its “Why Am...

  • actress Jul 29, 2019

    Lori Loughlin's Daughters Bella and Olivia Jade Break Instagram Silence

    There may be peace at last in Lori Loughlin’s home.
    After months of complete radio silence on social media, the actress’ daughters Isabella Rose Giannulli, 20, and Olivia Jade Giannulli, 19, returned to Instagram for a special occasion: Their mom’s 55th birthday.

  • VMS Jun 14, 2019

    CT LIVE!: Transition Your Makeup Bag to Summer

    Allyssa DiGiovancarlo, owner of Flawlyss Artistry, showed us what makeup products we need for summer.

  • NBC Jun 5, 2019

    Leslie Jones Blasts Sephora Over Alleged Mistreatment on Eve of its Inclusion Training

    Comedian Leslie Jones said her makeup artist called her “in tears” after allegedly being mistreated at a Sephora store. Her complaint Tuesday on Twitter came on the eve of the company’s “inclusivity” training for staff at its more than 400 stores nationwide. Jones had asked her makeup artist to take her best friend’s wife to a Sephora store in New...

  • United States Jun 5, 2019

    Sephora Closes US Stores for Diversity Training

    Sephora is closing its U.S. stores for an hour Wednesday morning to host “inclusion workshops” for its 16,000 employees, just over a month after R&B star SZA said she had security called on her while shopping at a store in California. The beauty retailer said the training had been in development months before SZA’s experience, which undermined the company’s efforts...

  • attorney Apr 11, 2019

    How Lori Loughlin Is Coping With Her New Normal

    Whatever happened to the woman who once declared her family wasn’t interesting enough for prime-time TV? “We’ve been asked to do a reality show a couple times,” Lori Loughlin revealed during an interview on E!’s Daily Pop last year, adding they had turned each one down flat because “we’re not that exciting.”

  • New York Apr 9, 2019

    Huffman, 13 Others to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

    Actress Felicity Huffman has agreed to plead guilty in the sweeping college admissions cheating scam that has ensnared wealthy parents and athletic coaches at some of the nation’s most selective universities, federal authorities said Monday. The “Desperate Housewives” star and 12 other prominent parents will admit to charges in the scheme, which authorities say involved rigging standardized test scores and...

  • Eric Hinton Dec 12, 2018

    Gift Ideas for The Women in Your Life: Holiday Presents for Moms, Sisters and More

    Wondering what to get for the most important women in your life? We’re here to help! We found fun, cozy, cool and affordable gift ideas for women so you can impress your moms, sisters, significant others, best friends and pretty much any other women this holiday season.

  • NBC May 27, 2018

    Sephora to Offer Free Makeup Classes for Transgender Community

    Sephora announced earlier this week that it will begin offering makeup classes geared toward transgender and gender-nonbinary individuals at its locations across the United States, NBC News reported. The beauty retailer is calling the complimentary classes, which are set to start in June, “Bold Beauty for the Transgender Community.” The classes will be 90-minute sessions featuring personalized skincare advice, application...

  • Instagram Sep 26, 2017

    To Women of Color, Rihanna's Cosmetics Launch is Personal

    Worokya Duncan is the director of inclusion for a private school in Manhattan, so her embrace of diversity is a no-brainer. She’s also a big makeup person frustrated over the years by cosmetics companies that don’t seem to get how important it is for women of color like her to be serviced, too.

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