Zendaya Just Landed a Major Hair Gig

CHI just revealed its first-ever celebrity ambassador, and it’s a good one—actress, singer, and member of Taylor Swift’s squad Zendaya! Known for her ever-varying hair choices, she has set out on a healthy hair journey in partnership with CHI. Never one to shy away from something new, the singer explained, “Everyone should be able to enjoy experimenting with their hair. Unfortunately, we all run into the same issue—heat damage. I've definitely had my share of problems when it comes to learning how to protect and take care of my hair.” The Zendaya x CHI Campaign will kick off via social media later this month and highlight the must-have CHI products and styling tools used to create this It girl’s favorite looks. [CHI]

Fuller pouts are all the rage these days, and it seems we’re all scrambling for the tricks and products that will fill in what Mother Nature left off. Makeup.com explains a quick trick to getting that plumped-up pout. Make sure you hydrate your lips, then highlight with a liquid-based product, like L’Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Liquid Glow Illuminator ($13), and top your pout off with soft pink or peach lip gloss. The result? A plumper, more pronounced pout. [Makeup.com]

Kim Kardashian, she of airbrushed skin, just revealed her favorite concealer: Bodyography’s Skin Perfecter Concealer ($19). The queen of contour called out the creamy formula on her new website and app when providing fans with a comprehensive guide to her “perfect daytime look.” She suggested using the lightweight product to diminish the appearance of dark circles, while noting that it's “easy to apply and covers beautifully.” [InStyle]

Tyra Beauty, the self-funded cosmetics line run by supermodel and super-CEO Tyra Banks, is about to give Mary Kay a run for its money: She just announced the company’s new direct-to-customer initiative and is calling for all potential sales representatives (or Beautytrainers, in Tyra talk) to apply now. Now, anyone in America who wants a career in the beauty industry has the chance to join the Tyra Beauty crew to do just that and more: turning fierce beauty dreams and life fantasies into reality. [Tyra.com]

Cutting your own bangs never usually ends well. Luckily, there’s a way to get the job done right. You’ll need a fine-toothed comb, like the Diane Metal Tail Comb ($4), and the key to this whole operation: hair shears. Unlike regular scissors, hair shears' blades are thinner and come to a finer point that allows you to soften up the edges of your locks. Watch the video for a full tutorial and never make a bang mistake again! [Huffington Post]

Ladies blessed with naturally curly hair know the struggle all too well—waking up to flat, dry, lifeless curls. Luckily, there are ways to prolong your curls overnight so that you actually wake up looking as gorgeous as you did when you went to bed. You can try sleeping on soft pillows, misting your hair with a spray bottle in the morning and then reapplying products to renew curls, sleeping in loose braids, and a Byrdie editor favorite: switching to satin pillowcases. [SheFinds]

Shaving around the knee area equals cuts and knicks. Luckily, PureWow has cracked the code and broken down the process into three simple steps. Follow along and you’ll sidestep nicks and stray hairs along the way. [PureWow]

With plenty of options for at-home, on-demand beauty, it was only a matter of time until the trend followed in other areas. Enter Heal, basically Uber for doctors, now available in Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Francisco. This game-changing new service brings a licensed doctor to your home or office, so there’s no wasting time in traffic or waiting for an appointment. Heal’s doctors see patients—insured and uninsured—of all ages for a fixed fee of $99 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily, including weekends. Patients can book via the app or online and can see a doctor licensed in family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, and/or emergency medicine. [Heal]

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