807 Articles by Alexandra Engler

Alexandra Engler

Why This Beauty Expert No Longer Thinks "Sustainability" Is Enough

Learn about how we can go beyond being "sustainable" and leave the world a better place through regenerative actions in this episode of Clean Beauty...

Alexandra Engler
19 hours ago

Do You Know How Much Collagen Your Skin Will Lose This Year?

Collagen, collagen, collagen. For the beauty-minded among us, we're always thinking about collagen. Here, how much you lose annually. Yikes!

Alexandra Engler
2 days ago

The Top Tips & Best Shampoos For Healthy Graying Locks, From Experts

Gray, silver, platinum, dusted, frosted, icy—whatever you call your white strands, we're here to help you care for them.

Alexandra Engler
5 days ago

The One Mistake This Celeb Makeup Artists Wants You To Stop Making ASAP

Tune in to get Delina Medhin's genius makeup tips (like how to use your look to tell a story), as well as some solid career advice.

This Collagen Powder Is So Good "I'm On My Third Round" Says A Reviewer

If you're looking for a collagen supplement—we understand there are a lot to choose from. But there's a reason folks keep coming back to this formula....

If You Have Frizzy Waves & Flat Roots, You're Going To Want To Read This

If you want lush, springy curls and soft, touchable waves—you need the right shampoo and conditioner combo.

This Juicy Summertime Scent Is An Instant, Lavish Vacation

Ellis Brooklyn's Sun Fruit is a juicy floral that's dreamy and aspirational, like a summer vacation you've waited all year for.

Can Soil Health Change Your Skin? The Connection May Surprise You

On a trip to Costa Rica, I saw regenerative farming in action—as well as the thriving land, crop, and community it produced. Here, what I learned.

Why You Should Care About Ingredient Transparency & Beauty "Shaming"

For a statement that will surprise no one: Ingredient lists on beauty and personal care products are confusing.

A 1-Second Trick To Identify Your Signature Feature (Because Everybody Has One)

Social media has an obsession with self-identification. But sometimes, finding what you love about you is very simple.