We’ve previously written on the importance of embracing enduring trends, and fortunately the fall 2015 must haves of the season can fit into your “enduring” wardrobe seamlessly. See below for a roundup of some newer trends for the season, with some continuing trends that we may still see going into spring!
- Animal Rights
- Beauty Supplies
- Body Image
- Book Reviews
- Celebrity Style
- Designers + Brands
- DIY + Tutorial
- DIY Fashion
- Feelgood News
- Feelgood Quickies
- Green Wedding
- Hair + Makeup
- Healthy Habits
- Home Living
- Human Rights
- Make Up
- Natural Beauty
- Natural Body Care
- Natural Hair Care
- Product Reviews
- Skin Smart
- Sponsored Post
- Sustainable Fashion
- The Green Divas Podcast
- Toxic Ingredients
- True Beauty
- Vintage + Classic Style
Fall is right around the corner, which means it’s time to look at nail polish colors for fall 2015! Nail polish colors are one of the easiest ways to embrace fall trends, since they’re one of the more affordable “trendy” items out there!
Get the hottest summer nail polish colors from brands that care about your style and your well-being!
Finding good beauty products is hard- finding good organic beauty products is harder. Over the weekend I picked up some Dr. Bronner’s organic shave gel, and I was pretty impressed!
The fact that plastic microbeads are bad for the environment is nothing new (check out this previous post for more info on that!). But it can be hard to find another, more eco-friendly, exfoliating solution sometimes, especially if you don’t have time to make your own exfoliating cleanser.
Some simple life hacks to help the environment that you can do every day!
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is a watchdog group with a mission to get harmful chemicals out of our cosmetic products. Their new Red Lists are a set of consumer guides to help you shop smarter.
According to new research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, a common ingredient in conventional skin care products – like face cream – may be aging your skin prematurely.
I’m always on the lookout for more mainstream stores offering ethical clothing. A recent article suggesting that Target’s store brand was a good ethical choice really surprised me. Here’s a breakdown of Target’s sustainability record.
We write a lot about ditching your toxic cosmetics in favor of safer alternatives, but how should you dispose of them? Can you just toss them into the trash?
Shopping for safe cosmetics can be dizzying. It’s hard to tell at a glance which products are safe and which contain toxic ingredients. This guide can help!
October is non GMO month. Learn how to spot them in your cosmetics + personal care products.
As if cancer-causing ingredients weren’t enough, a new report looked at antibacterial soap and revealed another cosmetics ingredient that’s a threat to our health: triclocarban.
Which cosmetics ingredients are linked to cancer? A must know.
Metalloestrogens: A class of toxic chemicals even more harmful than parabens. Find out more about these hormone disruptors + how to avoid them.
The price of many organic beauty products can be pretty off-putting, but what’s more off-putting are the potential health impacts of the toxic ingredients in many beauty brands. These are 10 common offenders, how to spot them on the bottle, and some tips on choosing healthier beauty products.
Toluene: what you need to know about safer nail polish.
This homemade body wash uses all natural ingredients to exfoliate your skin without plastic microbeads!
It’s just one little ingredient on the back of the bottle but fragrance or parfum often means toxic chemicals lurking in your beauty products.
The EU has always been more strict when it came to toxic chemicals in beauty products, and they recently banned a chemical linked to eczema and allergic reactions.