The drugstore chain will no longer “materially alter” photos—so now models in ads will look a little more like you and me. Finally!
Hands that have loved and worked and played for decades have profound beauty, as these women who create with their hands show us.
Is it so bad that I sometimes don’t like the way age looks on me? Is it so bad that I want to fight it? Artificially?
On European beaches, women’s stomachs aren’t always flat. Their legs may be dimpled. But they have a secret when it comes to wearing a bathing suit.
With bracing honesty and humor, Sheila Nevins, a famed television producer, tells you what you never hear about cosmetic surgery: the truth.
My aging body felt like a barren landscape—until my friend trained his camera on it.
How are you supposed to react when the dermatologist essentially says, “Damn, woman, that flabby chin makes you look ancient”?
My mirror complex: The frenemy in the bathroom
Do you notice that some people are aging well and others not? NextTribe contributor Jeannie Ralston shares the key non-surgical adjustment that makes all the difference for women hitting midlife.
Katie Couric doesn’t know it, but we’ve nominated her as the mascot of The Honey Hair Club for Women.