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The #NoMakeup movement encourages men and women to reveal their unadorned faces, bodies, thoughts and opinions: flaws welcome!
The #NoMakeup movement encourages men and women to reveal their unadorned faces, bodies, thoughts and opinions: flaws welcome!
The only difference between a "jackalope" and "flawless" is that spell check doesn't red squiggle "flawless." Meanwhile, our
While news about the health and education of our children can be daunting and dark at times, let's celebrate these beacons of light and hope for holistic health and prevention.
You wouldn't know it because of the way we talk about mental health in this country -- the way we shame and mock each disorder, each symptom, each call for help. As a society, we have made a serious health condition something that is easier to hide than to address.
1. Applying freshly purchased makeup, even if you're not going out Yes, we like wearing makeup. No, we don't wear it to attract
I sat there for a second, stunned. My menu was open; I had been thinking about eggs and hash browns (it's never too late in the day for those.) But suddenly, rather than eating, I wanted to punch you in the face and get the hell out of there.
10. Zoë Ley's Body-Positive Fitspiration What would you add to this list? Comment below, or Tweet @HuffPostWomen! 9. The
Lena Dunham shared a snap of her just-woke-up look via Instagram on Friday, August 29, and it actually reminds us of what
Beyonce may have walked away from the VMAs with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award and a 16-minute performance under