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Singer, Rapper, + Songwriter R.A.E. Takes the Youth Questionnaire

At just the beginning of a promising career, R.A.E. is carving a lane all her own with music that easily blends hip-hop, R&B, ‘90s nostalgia, youth, and excitement. And her name is just as uplifting as her music—the abbreviation R.A.E. is a reminder to herself and fans that they are Rising Above Everything. 

How Leo Chaparro Preps Skin for Makeup

As far as makeup artist Leo Chaparro is concerned, ample hydration is the most important factor when it comes to setting the scene for an attention-drawing look. Here, find Chaparro’s personal cheatsheet on how to best prep the skin for a full glam look.

How Janice Daoud Preps Skin for Makeup

Janice Daoud, the makeup artist behind Miley Cyrus’s most iconic looks, is self-taught, but there’s nothing nonchalant about her approach to a perfectly calibrated face of foundation, a statement eye, or an immaculately drawn lip.

[VIDEO] In Honor of National Kale Day

Found in many of your favorite YTTP formulas, kale is full of antioxidants, which work by scavenging for free radicals, which they neutralize before they can oxidize and damage other cells.

Can I Use Retinol and Mandelic Acid Together?

It’s all about paying attention to your skin and seeing how it reacts to determine your mandelic acid and retinol schedule, especially those who are new to retinol. 

Soy Negra y Orgullosa: How Black Latinas Learned To Love The Skin They’re In

From a young age, many Black Latinx people have been taught that beauty is determined by a person’s proximity to whiteness. Latin America’s complex racial history—stemming from colonization, assimilation, and aggressive attempts to erase its Black roots and preserve whiteness—has played a key role in this twisted mentality.