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Here’s our list of the best things to do, watch, read, and try in June.
Follow this sugar scrub from the factory to our faces.
For this month’s installment of our crowd-sourced feature, we asked our Facebook fans to tell us what they’ve always wanted know about SPF. The questions came rolling in, and we asked three experts to chime in with the answers.
From RiRi-inspired lipstick to tie-dye polish, we’ve tracked down the latest beauty must-haves from our favorite brands.
Look polished and pretty at all those summer weddings and other fancy events. This style looks much more complicated than it is—you can do it yourself in 10 minutes.
Learning how to contour your face is a great way to bring out your cheekbones and define your face shape. Find out how to get a great everyday contour with these tips from Birchbox staffer (and contouring connoisseur) Deepica.
Birchbox staffer Caroline shares her curly hair routine—including her tricks for avoiding frizz and keeping her curls defined. Watch to learn what products she uses day-to-day.
Play matchy-matchy with fragrance and fashion with Joie's debut scent and the perfect summer outfit.
Celebrate Mother’s Day with a makeup tutorial both mothers and daughters can wear. Makeup artist Stefanie Syat shows us a soft purple eye shadow look with just a few adaptations for staffer Kelly and her mom, Karel.
In honor of this month’s theme, Birchbox's fearless leaders share their daily beauty diaries.
See how easy it is to DIY the one accessory you'll want to wear all spring long.
Touted for their skin-firming properties, peptides figure prominently in many skincare products. But what exactly are these ingredients?
We picked one product—the versatile Sumita Color Contrast Eyeliner—and asked four Birchbox staffers to show us how they use it. Even we were impressed.
This month’s Birchbox is a return to the days of childhood diaries, only instead of grade-school gossip we’re asking you to share how you experience your monthly samples.
Here’s our list of the best things to do, watch, read, and try in May.