Tiffany & Co. Is Launching a Brand-New Line of Fragrances

by Erendira Roman

Dark circles are a nightmare to cover up, and with so many options out there, it can be hard to pick out the right product. Enter color correctors. These new It products balance purple undertones, remove all traces of the night before, and give you a (faux) refreshed look. [InStyle]

Tiffany & Co., the jewelry brand of teal-box fame, is following in Beyoncé’s footsteps by signing a fragrance deal with Coty. The largest fragrance maker in the world and the accessories powerhouse plan to revamp the latter’s current scent collection. [Forbes]

Think all hairbrushes are created equal? Think again. We were surprised to learn that our hair type decides what brush we should use. Let the good hair days begin! [SheFinds]

Mascara is a staple in every woman’s routine. The color of choice? Black, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. But what if we told you there’s a way to wear colored mascara and not look bizarre? Well, there is. [Makeup.com]

Sticking to your goals can sometimes be hard, but having a #goalsquad (not to be confused with #squadgoals) to support you makes the whole thing a lot easier. Allow Huffington Post to explain. [Huffington Post]

We like to think we know a thing or two about our skin. It is something we take care of every day, after all. And yet, there are certain skin myths we’re still surprised to find out aren’t true. Spoiler: You can’t actually shrink your pores. Sigh. [PureWow]

Getting fit isn’t the only reason you should be hitting the gym. There are other benefits, like improving your memory, that give us even more motivation to work out. [Huffington Post]

Want a piece of outer space on your skin? A new anti-aging cream from French brand Filorga uses meteorite dust to give you wrinkle-free skin. Out of this world. [PureWow]

Meteorites aren’t the only otherworldly skincare ingredients on our radar. Find out why gemstone-infused skincare is now a thing.

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