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Find the Best Hair Color for Your Skin Tone

Thanks to our comprehensive hair color guide, choosing your next shade has never been easier.

How to Perfectly Arch Your Eyebrows

Perfectly arched eyebrows can do amazing things for your face. Whatever look you're going for, we've got you covered with a simple guide on how to arch eyebrows.

How to Figure Out Where to Part Your Hair

Where do you part your hair? Chances are, it's in the middle, or off to the side—the early '00s zig-zag part isn't exacly applicable in the present day. Switching up your part is the easiest, quickest way to make your hairstyle look brand-new, not to mention, hide roots in dire need of a shampoo (Fun fact, your hair tends to get oiliest where you part it first). During a late-night YouTube binge, we came across hair colorist Silvia Reis's wildly popular Ellebangs account, and after studying her nose contouring technique, we got lost in her Are You Parting Your Hair the Right Way? video. To break things down a little further, we reached out to Reis, who helped us determine whether to go with a center part, or throw our layers to the side. "I think it's good to try different parts out—it's easy to put back if you don't like it, and you can have a lot of fun with your look without much risk," she tells us. "Just be sure to keep in mind how it flatters your face, and how it calls attention to your features. It's a simple thing that takes two seconds, but it can completely change your hairstyle." Here, Reis gives us the lowdown on what to consider when going for a center, side, or off-center part.

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The Best Foundations for Mature Skin

As we age, our skin's needs change. The acne-fighting cleanser you swore by in your 20's probably is of no use to you in your 50's. Just like how we alter what products we use in our skincare routines, the same goes for our makeup, too.  "Mature skin has many dynamics ranging from creasing, dryness, discoloration, pigmentations (i.e. sun damage) sensitivity, dullness, and lack of vibrancy and healthy tones," says New York-based makeup and hair artist Lindsey Williams. "It’s a lot to consider, but it takes patience and many tries with various formulas and brands to find what suits your needs best." RELATED: 8 Anti-Aging Moisturizers That Are Worth Your Money When it comes to finding the right foundation for mature skin, Williams suggests silicone-based formulas because "they can help with diffusing the appearance of various textures and help in longevity through the day." A good skincare routine will also aid in combating common skin issues that mature complexions struggle with. "Silicones and hydrating moisturizing properties like CC Creams are mature skin’s best friend giving a diffused blur to large pores and softening the appearance of creases," she explains. "Look for foundations with glow and light reflecting particles to them to add back what mature skin lacks." Here, we've rounded up our favorite foundation formulas for mature skin.