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“Even with the rise in popularity of on-demand beauty apps and [styling salons like] Drybar, women of color and multiracial backgrounds still have a hard time finding trusted stylists who know how to work with their hair.”
The Westside Provisions District is known for its variety of local boutiques and specialty shops (custom paper, preserves), and its two latest retail announcements—the locally based Little Barn Apothecary and a bridal shop, Fabulous Frocks—hit both of those marks.
With all the haircare products out there, how do you know which ones are best for you? Thanks to Candace Mitchell and Chanel Martin, who studied at Georgia Tech, there’s an app for that.
Whether you’re a seasoned artist, an amateur dabbler, or just want some discounted cosmetics, here are four reasons to hit up the Makeup Show Atlanta Pop-Up Shop this weekend.
Kiehl’s, which reopened in a new-and-improved space at Lenox Square this spring, brings back old favorites and experiments with new ingredients this season. The biggest trend we noticed? So-called superfoods that aren’t for eating, but rather for dabbing on your face.
Ponce City Market gets a little bit prettier today with the opening of Sephora. Five things to expect, including exclusive debuts, the Sephora Beauty Studio, high-tech beauty, and more.
Nars Cosmetics, now open at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta, recently launched its new Tahiti Bronze collection. We asked James Boehmer, Nars’s director of global artistry, for tips on achieving a sun-kissed look that says “French Polynesia” (where founder François Nars owns an island)
Would you pay $125 for a beauty product that comes in a bottle the size of a shot glass? I wouldn’t have pegged myself as the type, but after testing the new facial serum from HiQ Cosmetics, I handed over my credit card.