Your cosmetics could be slowly killing you. A successful Hollywood makeup artist and leading authority on green beauty explains what you should avoid and what you should look for in safe cosmetics.
Joyce Carpati is fashionable, vibrant and most importantly, proud to embrace her age. Find out how the 82-year-old is spreading the message that the right attitude, not a lot of anti-aging products, is all you need to look and feel fabulous.
Why do we tell women they need a lot of makeup and beauty products to look younger? Makeup minimalist, pro-aging sensation and 50+ supermodel Cindy Joseph explains why she’s trying to convince more women to EMBRACE and celebrate their age.
Talia Joy Castellano touched the lives of everyone she came into contact with, from her millions of YouTube fans to some of the biggest rock stars in the world. We look back on her remarkable legacy and explain how you can keep her dreams alive.
Talia Castellano in an Internet sensation and the unofficial face of childhood cancer worldwide. Will her message of hope, inspiration and possibility be enough to help save her own life and the lives of the 13,000 children diagnosed every year?
As the former beauty and fashion editor for More magazine, Lois Joy Johnson has worked with everyone from Christie Brinkley to Elizabeth Hurley. Along the way, she’s learned a lot about what works (and what doesn’t work) for women over 40.
From an early age, Reggie Wells knew he was different. He was born in the 1940s, grew up black in a mostly white town, and realized from an early age that he was gay. Today, he’s a make-up artist to the stars and credits his struggles with his success.
Think you need good genes or a good surgeon to age well? Think again. Oleda Baker is a former supermodel who still dazzles at 76 and she says it’s all about the way you treat your mind and body. Get her tips for breaking the age barrier.
Blueberries for beauty? A pill to make your gray hair come back to color? America’s Most Trusted Pharmacist Suzy Cohen is back some with some great tips to make you look better and feel great — and you might only have to go as far as your pantry!
For many women, aging means being less attractive. But for the “Makeover Guy,” getting older means becoming more beautiful. Author Christopher Hopkins says that as more candles get put on the cake, women should feel more attractive.