Why Women Shave Their Faces: Our Favorite Stories of the Week
The details of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' wedding, why women shave their faces, how soda can make you gain weight, and more.
Bare Minerals founder Leslie Blodgett hopes that one day someone will invent technology that tells you when you're crinkling your face. Less crinkle means less wrinkle! (Allure)
Everyone's favorite couple, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, tied the knot over the weekend at the Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Park, CA. They might start a new wedding trend with their "glamping" theme--there were bonfires and outdoorsy games like cornhole. Is it possible that we could love them even more? (People)
Shaving your face is the hot new thing to add to your beauty routine--it's an easy way to de-fuzz and exfoliate, and we have it on good authority that your hair won't grow back thicker. Celebrity aesthetician and many of her famous clients all do it, so we're very tempted to hop on the bandwagon. (well+GOOD)
Here's a fun fact that will make you put down the soda: fructose, the sweetener in most sodas, is processed by the liver (unlike glucose) and turned into fat. (Hello Healthy)
Have you heard of micellar water? Well, you might want to use it instead of your regular cleanser after watching the video below.