Skin-whitening, child marriage, a curtailed education: Vietnamese model and literacy campaigner H’Hen Nie has defied traditional expectations laid on her — and is now determined to show the next generation a different way.
China’s domestic donkey population has already halved in the last century, while the world’s total is facing extinction by the next decade. But what is the reason behind China’s strange appetite for the beloved beast-of-labor?
The exact date of the release of this high-end luxury face mask is not announced yet.
Luxury fashion pioneer Burberry has teamed up with Tencent’s WeChat to cope with the pandemic. The brand has combined their physical and social media elements in a way no fashion house has ever done before.
Collagen has been trending in the skincare industry for years now, more than thousands of beauty drinks and products claim that it contains collagen that will do wonders for your skin. If you are looking for the best kind of collagen to take, take a look at marine collagen.
The beauty and skincare industry is worst hit not just by the Covid-19 pandemic but also by the aftermath of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Global beauty brands scrambled to reposition themselves to align with the “movements”.
When Chandana Hiran was a child, strangers would urge her to lighten her skin. Today the Indian student is leading a campaign against whitening creams as global anti-racism protests highlight the obsession with fair complexions for many in Asia.
With more than 1,500 branches worldwide, there’s no denying Tan Mujiang is pushing for the next frontier in the haircare world. The luxury brand for Chinese hairbrushes is here to stay.
A Malaysian beauty queen has apologized after her comments that black people should “relax” in response to raging US protests against police racism sparked an online outcry, including condemnation from “Crazy Rich Asians” actor Henry Golding.
The COVID-19 has caused a shortage of surgical and n-95 masks. Although worldwide health authorities are discouraging the masses to get these masks and reserve them for health workers, it hasn’t stopped fashionable people from making their own.
If you love beauty products, chances are, you’ve probably heard a thing or two about CBD-based face serums, oils and cosmetics. But what does it do for you?
Beauty Expos to be held in Asia plans to draw the global beauty community. The events are not only limited to exhibitions but also includes the celebration of all things beauty.
Korean beauty products are truly taking over the scene, and there’s one product that stands out among the rest – LED masks. Leading health and beauty brand Cellreturn is leading the pack with its convenient and ultra-effective products you can use at home.
The best and fastest way to learn makeup trends is through YouTube. Asian beauty vloggers on the platform are on the rise, here are some of the favorites to check out.
The award-winning exfoliator skincare has changed lives around the world, letting people achieve their ultimate skin goals