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Here's how to keep you wardrobe clean and disinfected.
Spa beauty technicians share tips for at-home treatments.
Some may call it bronde.
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These polishes will last for days on end without chipping!
They're pretty stylish too!
George Northwood confirmed some details about his very famous royal client.
Fake Bake? More like faux glow!
The affordable drugstore finds your beauty routine needs.
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Men are skipping shaving and choosing to grow quarantine beards while at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Oscar winner grabbed fans' attention with a photo of herself "literally first thing in the morning."
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Skin care experts share top tips for people stuck at home during coronavirus.
We think he looks great!
It's actually not the first time this husband has cut his wife's hair during the couple's 66-year marriage.
The superstar had plenty of fun teasing his youngest child while she did his nails and applied makeup.
"Get a load a dis," the singer captioned a pic of herself showing her naturally wavy mane.
Lingerie searches are up 9% from last week, according to fashion search platform Lyst.
Sandra Lee, aka Dr. Pimple Popper, gives TODAY's Natalie Morales a tour of her home — complete with Botox art!
The "American Idol" judge is looking fresh-faced during her downtime at home.
Hanes, Gap and more plan to manufacture personal protective equipment.
Locklear noted she had something in common with her old character Amanda Woodward.
With these expert tips, you'll feel competely ready for your next video call.