A digital detox is just what it sounds like: breaking free from electronic devices for a period of time. It’s an opportunity to reduce stress and focus not only on the world around us, but on personal self-care and reconnection. And a great place to start is the beauty cabinet.
My personal relationship with beauty will always be complex and imperfect. I cannot ignore the commercial aspect of applying eyeshadow and buying that new blush. But with my makeup on, I feel like a person who is capable, whose highlighted and powdered face indicates that I actually like myself. At 42, this is a magical feeling.
Sold by Los Angeles- and Vancouver-based online boutique Twenty One Tonnes—a trove of quality handcrafted goods from artists located around the world—these pieces are a lovely complement to laid-back West Coast tastes.
When toxic masculinity threatened both her identity and her career, Whitney Wolfe Herd set out to flip the script for women everywhere. What she created—a little app called Bumble—is buzzing in big ways.