In December
we shared that Madonna’s eponymous beauty line, MDNA Skin, would be coming to America.  Now we have a specific date:  September 26th!  “I’m tired of hearing people complain here that they can’t get it in America,” Madonna explained in an interview with WWD, “It’s a line I can use every day. Some things I use when I don’t wear makeup and am not doing shows, and others are specifically good for having to apply makeup and be on stage under lights.…I developed it for me specifically, but it also feels universal. I mean, my children use it, my friends use it.”  Madonna collaborated with Japanese parent company, MTG, on the line, which was previously only available in Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

“I use the eye masks, I throw them in the freezer so they are icy cold. I sleep on my face so when I wake up my eyes are always puffy so I really need them. I put them on for a couple of minutes before I get out of bed. As they thaw out on your face, the ice aspect reduces inflammation and the serum has the hyaluronic acid in it. These are simple things. You can get on with your day and use them all,” said Madonna.

Products coming to America include the infamous Rejuvenator Set ($600), which includes a Chrome Clay Mask with a removal and penetration device (something resembling a magnet).  Less pricey items include The Eye Mask ($50 to $120), The Face Wash ($50), and Mask Remover Sheets ($12).  Initially, the line will only be available in-store at Barney’s New York in Beverly Hills and on Madison Avenue, but it will also be found on and


The women of the 2017 Teen Choice Awards kept it cool and classy with beautiful, girly looks.  Yara Shahidi, Paris Jackson, Zendaya, Vanessa Hudgens, and Millie Bobby Brown (pictured left to right), were red carpet standouts, each demonstrating a sense of confidence and relaxed glamour.  We especially loved Paris Hilton’s make-under, and Zendaya’s perfect balance of relaxed curls and defined lips.  Viewers were shocked by the volume of “no-shows” (Miley Cyrus pulled out at the last moment, while Beyoncé, Zac Efron, Ariana Grande were simply absent) and video acceptance speeches from Bruno Mars and Gal Gadot.


We first fell in love with YouCam’s Perfect Photo & Selfie Editor, but now we discovered its latest diagnostic tool, a Skin Diary.  Relying on Augmented Reality (AR) facial recognition technology and Artificial Intelligence (AI), the app evaluates the skin’s condition in real-time via the user’s smartphone camera.  The new feature scores four signs of skin health: wrinkles, spots, skin texture, and dark circles. After the skin is scanned, a detailed skin health report is shown, highlighting the user’s skin age and relative skin scores as compared to the same demographic of other users.  Users can also track their daily results in the Skin Diary section, which allows them to the check the efficacy of their skincare regimen over time.