Anyone can get a strong, lush eyebrow look—if you know the secret-weapon tools and tips. Here, beauty expert Hillary Quinn provides the ultimate cheat sheet for midlife women.
We all have them, but usually don’t think about them. NextTribe’s Jeannie Ralston talked to five women about how they got their scars—and the surprising lessons they hold
There’s a lot of conflicting advice about how to use makeup as you get older. But here we distill it all down to one important lesson.
For decades, Barbara Peck colored her hair. But then she read a newspaper article and vowed to let nature take its course. Here she tells why letting her hair go gray has liberated her.
She didn’t step in front of the camera until her early 50s, but now Gillean McLeod is one of a growing number of “older” models. Here she offers inspiration in bathing suit season.
It didn’t cure her crepey-ness completely, but Nina Malkin is happy to report that her skin looks noticeably less reptilian than before.
For years, I was afraid to use oils, especially my face, but I have to admit that the Tin Man was onto something. Maybe face oil IS the secret to smoother skin.
Emily Vickers was asked to pose au naturel for a classroom full of students. Here’s what happened when she said yes.
Thinning hair? See-through strands? Hillary Quinn has gone to great lengths to get fuller hair. Here’s her report.
With her cool-girl-style jeans, platform shoes and fabulous glasses, Linda Rodin shows us how it’s done.
In Thailand, Anne Bayin went spa-hopping and discovered that feeling good could actually do good.
Give your complexion a midlife boost: Try some (or all) of these clever beauty hacks from Hillary Quinn to love the skin you’re in even more
What are your cues of womanhood—high heels, bright red lips? Edra Ziesk explains her midlife mindset and why refusing to wear lipstick is about much more than color.
If you’ve got a noticeable mark, you know the drill: Own it. Cover it with goopy concealer. Talk to derms about your options. Here, writer Aimee Lee Ball shares her story, and the path she took to being happy again about putting her best face forward
Hollywood insider Merle Ginsberg has had it with over-the-top plastic surgery that’s turning women over 50 into some kind of Stepford wives. Here, she tells why a new softer, more realistic face of aging is gaining popularity.
There comes a pivotal point in most every woman’s life when the way she feels inside doesn’t match up with the way she looks. Lisa Marsh is there. Here she explains how to handle it with grace and moxie and reap the benefits–yes there are benefits.
You know what we’re talking about. Those rogue and then more regular hairs that creep onto our chins, upper lips and onward as we age. Writer Stephanie Dolgoff reveals how she and other women do battle.
Entrepreneur Cindy Joseph has revolutionized the way we think about beauty. Here we learn how her cosmetics business BOOM! has exploded and what advice she gives to would-be entrepreneurs.
If your makeup routine is strictly same-old, same-old, let Hillary Quinn show you how to interpret the latest trends through a confident, sophisticated midlife lens.