Corein Carter, Freelance Writer
Corein Carter, Freelance Writer

Corein Carter

Corein is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
While both prevent water loss in the skin, one contains specific properties that make it a true hydrator.
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This popular styling tool combines a hair dryer with a brush, promising to give you the perfect blowout—but only if you use it correctly.
You can use this U-shaped tool to create a classic bun or chignon—here's how.
Dermatologists reveal how to keep your skin hydrated while you stay cool this summer.
Nutrient-dense foods are the key to strong nail growth, according to a registered dietitian and nail pros.
These new-age devices, which emit red light to allegedly stimulate hair growth, are gaining in popularity—but are they truly effective?
Knowing the right hair products and brushing techniques will help you maintain strong, healthy hair.
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We asked several experts to weigh in to determine—once and for all—if these scrutinized agents do more harm than good.
It's surprisingly easy to get a variety of hairstyles, from soft waves to voluminous coils, without worrying about damage from a curling iron or rollers.
Knowing the right hair products and brushing techniques will help you maintain strong, healthy hair.
We asked several experts to weigh in to determine—once and for all—if these scrutinized agents do more harm than good.
It's surprisingly easy to get a variety of hairstyles, from soft waves to voluminous coils, without worrying about damage from a curling iron or rollers.
One thing to avoid? Brushing your hair while it is dry, note our experts.
It's important to start low and go slow, note our dermatologists.
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Those with either virgin or processed hair can benefit from this salon add-on.
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Their first objective? To create highly-pigmented rouge that would show up on melanated skin.
The social media guru turned entrepreneur shares her brand's ethos and origin story.
These devices supposedly supply an at-home electrical facial with lasting benefits.
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