DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - The world’s biggest cosmetics companies have been selling a fairy tale that often goes something like this: If your husband’s lost interest in you, if your colleagues dismiss you at work, if your talents are ignored, whiten your skin to turn your love life around, boost your career and command centre stage.
It’s an invisible fashion accessory that wordlessly announces your presence.
Montreal-born Samira Nasr is the new editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar. Hearst Magazines says Nasr is the first Black editor-in-chief in the history of the 153-year-old fashion publication.
What started as a humble daisy rendering to accent one nail, or some faux jewels inset into the polish, has jettisoned far beyond.
Bridal beauty for 2020 is all about exuding a natural radiance.