Bergdorf was recently fired by L’Oreal over a Facebook post about white supremacy.
Heather Hogan can conquer the world with the right routine; find out what it looks like!
How do you do mornings without caffeine? Allow Faith to demonstrate.
Here’s how to dry it before running out the door.
Welcome to AM/PM, where Autostraddle team members share our morning and evening rituals. This is how Erin starts her day!
Pixies and side shaves and short bangs, oh my!
My nails may contribute to the erasure of my queer identity, but they represent a departure from following other people’s rules — and instead listening to my own voice.
Charlie Craggs shares simple at-home remedies for brittle nails, dry hands, fungus, and more.
I hope you’re good with your fingers.
Find out how Carrie likes her eggs in the morning!
At Friar Tuck’s, Kylee wants to help everyone who walks in the door — and all genders are welcome — become the most authentic version of themselves. It’s rad as heck to see a major beauty company with a huge advertising budget like Dove honoring that.
“I take my coffee either black, or chock full of sugar and half and half. Today was definitely a light and sweet day.”
I like to think my morning routine screams “I’M A WRITER” but it probably mostly just screams “I DON’T TAKE GOOD ENOUGH CARE OF MY BODY.”
Welcome to AM/PM, where Autostraddle team members share our morning and evening rituals. Let’s see how Carolyn starts her day!
Growing out your body hair can be exciting, liberating, and nerve-wracking. Here’s what I learned from growing out my leg hair.
With these tips, you’ll be turning heads (off people’s necks) in no time. BadabaDOOK.
If you live in the NYC area, I WANT YOU to play hair model for a future Autostraddle post!
I did my own research, aka I texted a bunch of my queer and trans friends to ask them about their body hair. What do you do with your pit hair? How does that choice connect with your gender, your other identities, cultural or family expectations?
This look will make people think: I can’t believe it’s makeup (and not just naturally good skin)!
I think you could style your hair like Dolly Parton and people on Kentucky front porches and in Kentucky truck beds would still call you a dyke in that horrible ugly tone that only bigots can growl with.