Valencia Street just got a little bit prettier with the addition of theBalm Cosmetics' flagship store. theBalm's founder Marissa Shipman launched her unique line in 2004 with a focus on paraben and cruelty-free products. Now, – thanks in part to her clever packaging and overall message of women empowerment – theBalm products are sold worldwide in nearly 60 countries to date.
This SF-based dynamic duo is taking the nail industry by storm. Floss Gloss, a nail polish company that started out as college friends having after school “nail time,” is now an ever expanding business that can now be found in the likes of Urban Outfitters, Birchbox, and over 50 stores worldwide.
Need ideas for the beauty in your life? Look no further.
Sugaring, an ancient form of hair removal, has been brought back to life right in the heart of San Francisco.
Tucked away in an unassuming Pacific Heights cottage lays a solar-powered beauty oasis that is home to hand crafted organic beauty treatments and skincare products created just for you.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Wednesdays don’t seem to be the only days we wear pink this month.
Step in to the world of The Plum Organic Beauty, a salon that's managed to set itself apart from your typical gossip-filled rag magazine atmosphere. It creates a truly ethereal experience for all who choose to enter, “where your truest beauty is encouraged from within and treated organically from without.”
This weekend marks the 40th Anniversary of Harvey Milk’s production of the Castro Street Fair. San Francisco based Kryolan Cosmetic’s Director of Education and makeup guru, Dominic Cruz, shares with us his list of five unique items that will turn up your flair for the fair.
Stuck in a hair rut? I spoke to three of the hottest, most talented, and avant-garde hairstylists in the City to get their take on the top looks for the season. Their philosophies and overall message prove that there’s more to great hairstyle than just your hair.
Essential SF knowledge in your inbox
Sign up for our email newsletters to keep up on events, restaurants and SF haps.