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Marie Claire

Marie Claire

Summer 2021

Marie Claire is today's magazine for the fashion minded woman. It reflects all areas of the reader's life, providing the time-pressed woman with a mix of information. Marie Claire remains unsurpassed as the best source for beauty advice.

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
Frequency:
One-off
$8.57

in this issue

3 min
all set for summer

There’s no better way to prep for summer than by waxing. For Katharine, enjoying wax services at European Wax Center is an essential and convenient part of her summer self-care routine. “I feel more confident when my skin feels smooth, silky, and fresh. And I’m always ready to hit the beach or sit by a pool instead of needing to use a razor at the last minute.” Get Bikini–Ready Katharine’s favorite summer European Wax Center services are bikini and underarm waxing. “I love that my skin looks and feels smooth after waxing, but even more importantly, it makes me feel great. And to be honest, waxing at European Wax Center doesn’t hurt a bit— even on my bikini area.” YOUR EASY SUMMER ROUTINE BY EUROPEAN WAX CENTER 1. BIKINI WAX Whether you do just your…

1 min
lighten up

We’ve grown accustomed to the comforts of sweats and timeworn tees, but this season we’re peeling off the layers. Liberating ourselves via clothes, author and lingerie expert Cora Harrington explains, is a convention steeped in history. Following the darkness of World War I, sultry skin-baring silhouettes demonstrated a lighthearted ethos. “The 1920s were an era when people were exploring themselves, exploring sensuality and kind of this new spirit of the world,” says Harrington. A century later, as we get ready to let loose once again, our wardrobes will follow suit. Ditch your sleepy hibernation clothes for a handful of free-spirited pieces: a slight standalone silk camisole that’s surprisingly easy to hand-wash (see page 24), a roomy pair of khakis, and a radiant pendant necklace that will brighten the mood. MODEL: VIDA…

1 min
the beauty shop

Presenting your three-pronged approach to achieve healthier, more youthful looking lashes, brows, and hair: First up, line your lashes with RevitaLash Cosmetics RevitaLash Advanced to protect against breakage and fortify your lashes with strengthening peptides for a more dramatic look. Next, swipe on the brand’s conditioning RevitaBrow Advanced, developed by a physician, for brows that look fuller, bolder, and more defined. Finally, top it off with RevitaLash Cosmetics Volume Enhancing Foam; work it into your roots to help beat brittleness and build volume. Hair goals, achieved. REVITALASH COSMETICS RevitaBrow Advanced Eyebrow Conditioner, $110, RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner, $150, Volume Enhancing Foam, $149.50, revitalash.com (RevitaLash Advanced not available in California) RevitaLash Cosmetics gives back to the breast cancer community, all year long.…

1 min
beauty & wellness

THE IN NOVATION A NEW SK-II In the skincare world, there’s perhaps no essence with a more dedicated following than SK-II. That’s thanks to Pitera, the Japanese brand’s proprietary bio-ingredient that mimics skin’s natural functions. Now, that signature ingredient has been infused into a plumping cream moisturizer with extracts of calla lily, dokudami, and peony for pampered mornings and evenings, leading to a hydrated, bouncy visage. A star is born. THE CAUSE A More Sustainable Shower When it comes to beauty waste, too much H20 is partially to blame; 42.1 billion bottles are used to ship the industry’s products in the U.S. annually, and many of these formulas are more than 70 percent water. That’s why the founders of acne-care brand Starface have launched Plus, a new body-care label that employs entirely compostable outer packaging…

3 min
seeds of growth

“My husband and I started Rahua as environmentalists more than anything else,” says Anna Ayers, cofounder of the hair-care brand named for one of the Amazon rain forest’s most secluded resources. The adventure began with her husband, Fabian Lliguin, a New York City hairstylist, returning to his home country of Ecuador to explore and soul search post-9/11. On his travels, he encountered the Indigenous people living in the rain forest along the Peruvian border. After gaining their trust (and finding record of his own ancestry there), he decided to dedicate his time to supporting their communities and land. He founded a nonprofit called Ecoagents and supplied the families living there with technology, machetes, and salt for curing meat. During this time, he noticed the Indigenous women’s flowing knee-length hair. Their secret:…

2 min
shopping directory

COVERS On newsstand cover: JW Anderson top; jwanderson.com. Khiry ring, $365; khiry.com. Walters Faith rings, $1,850 each; waltersfaith.com. On subscriber cover: Chanel coat; (800) 550-0005. Cartier earrings, $39,600; cartier.com READY TO WEAR 15, ON LEFT: Chanel jacket, top, $1,650, skirt, $2,600, leggings, $800, choker, $2,550, middle necklace, $750, long necklace, $3,775, bag, $9,600, and shoes, $2,700. ON MIDDLE: Chanel cardigan, $4,900, jumpsuit, $6,150, skirt, $4,450, leather belt, $1,050, chain belt, $3,925, necklace, $875, bag, $4,700, and shoes, $1,025. ON RIGHT: Chanel top, $4,250, pants, belt, $1,350, choker, $975, rectangular necklace, $2,025, long necklace, $2,950, cuff bracelet, $1,725, bracelet, $1,250, and boots, $2,125. All, (800) 550-0005. JOIE DE TRACEE 67: Collina Strada bodysuit and gloves, collinastrada.com. 69: Hanifa blouse and pants set, hanifa.co. Balenciaga earrings, (212) 328-1671. 70–71: JW Anderson top and pants,…