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The Student Who Drinks 4 Cups Of Tea A Day

And who wears sunscreen every damn day, even in the NetherlandsRead more >

The Top Shelf

Natasha Pickowicz, Pastry Chef

What your beauty routine looks like when you work at two restaurants on opposite ends of ManhattanRead more >

Misc.

The At-Your-Desk Survival Guide: Mini Edition

Because you can't bring it all with you all of the timeRead more >

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Christina Han, Founder, Type Navy

From $70 cleansers to $5 pore strips and everything in betweenRead more >

The Face

Jack McCollough & Lazaro Hernandez, Designers, Proenza Schouler

On their first fragrance, Head & Shoulders, and the best toner for "little breakouts"Read more >

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Anna Stevenett, Editorial Assistant, Into The Gloss

The always matte, never highlighted makeup routine that'll have you looking like Jane Birkin in two swipes of a mascara wandRead more >

The Professional

Jawara Wauchope, Hair Artist

How being his sister's childhood hairstylist won him a career with fashion's biggest namesRead more >

The Professional

Jin Soon, Owner, JINsoon

"Manicurists and their clients can have really special relationships. If you understand the language and have an open mind, you can do it—seriously."Read more >

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Laura Yeh, Designer, Glossier

The mind behind so much of Glossier's packaging on everything from 3D-printing to the best way to get rid of all your poresRead more >

The Professional

Valerie Wickes & Maxine Leonard, Beauty Papers

The founders and publishers of the magazine on how it came to beRead more >

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Pandora Sykes, Writer

On writing, loving her freckles, nightly oil baths, discovering matte-ifier, and everything else she keeps on her top shelfRead more >

The Professional

Val Garland, Makeup Artist

"At school I remember I had the careers talk, and the counselor said that he could help me pass my levels if I was a good girl. And that just incensed me—bit of an Irish temper. I just went, ‘Fuck you, fuck school!’ lifted up the table, and walked out."Read more >

The Face

Jan De Villeneuve, Model

On the beauty secrets she's stuck to for 40+ yearsRead more >

The Face

Christina Tosi, Chef & Founder, Milk Bar

The chef and Milk Bar founder on why "everything in moderation" doesn't apply to ice cream or designer mascaraRead more >

The Top Shelf

Rati Sahi Levesque, Chief Merchant, The RealReal

"In truth, I'm not a huge beauty person—I like shoes instead. I'm building my routines."Read more >

The Professional

How Kathryn Minshew Transformed Her Frustrating Job Search Into A Whole Career

The Co-Founder and CEO of The Muse on how to find a hole in the market, fill it, and build your career from thereRead more >

The Professional

Ezra Petronio, Creative Director and Photographer

"[Self Service] is not trying to be an ego-publication that thinks it reaches more people than it does. So we made it a luxury, and we made it expensive. Our obligation to the reader is to deliver quality every time."Read more >

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Solange Franklin, Stylist

"I don't sleep with a silk scarf on, or anything. I don't like silk pillowcases either! I like my hair in its natural state, and I’m not afraid of frizz—it’s a pejorative [word]. It's me."Read more >

The Top Shelf

Sandy Linter, Makeup Artist

On doing Jackie O's eyeliner, never forgetting eyeshadow primer, and always moving forwardRead more >

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Susan Lyne, President & Managing Partner, BBG Ventures

On how losing your job can be the best career move and why the best skincare is the simplestRead more >

The Professional

Fern Mallis, Consultant

Kicking off New York Fashion Week with the woman who invented the whole thingRead more >

The Professional

Molly Young, Writer

"When I’m writing, I have to get up every 15 minutes or so and do something with myself—I'll get up from my desk and drink a seltzer, or make a snack, or go for a walk, or do like 20 bicep curls with my 10 pound weights—as a result my arms are fairly buff."Read more >

The Professional

How Kate Young Became Hollywood's Most Important Stylist

"At the time I started dressing celebrities, I got those shoots because nobody wanted to do them. Nobody wanted to dress celebrities! I felt like people thought I was a bit less of a fashion editor—and they still do."Read more >