Leah is a beauty columnist for Refinery29 Canada, the I Tried It columnist for The Kit and has written beauty stories for The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, Best Health, Elle and FASHION.
Here’s How to Make Your Lips Look Younger
In the I Tried It series, I test-drive the latest and buzziest cosmetic procedures. This time around, I seeks to rejuvenate my lips—without looking like an aquatic bird.
March’s Buzziest Beauty Launches You Need to Know About
From skincare-infused foundation to a long-lasting luxury lipliner, here are our favourite new beauty products we can’t keep secret.
The Best Products For Pumping Up Your Weak-Ass Fine Hair
“Her super-fine locks of hair hang limply, holding pretty much no style ever as they droop past her sad little ears. Her hair is so stoopid, she kind of looks like a baby.”
My teen queens
The shared girlhood obsessions and intense friendships that form while you’re discovering makeup are unlike any other.
See spot run
I spent my childhood obsessed with the horror that was my freckles. I was convinced they were the key to my (imagined) hideousness, and I pressed every grownup about when, exactly, they would go away.
In our I Tried It series, columnist Leah Rumack test-drives the latest and buzziest cosmetic procedures. This time around, she battles the bulge sans surgery.
Halloween Beauty Ideas For When You Can’t Even With A Costume
If you’re the type who just can’t be bothered with being super extra when it comes to dressing up for Halloween parties (it me!) these Halloween-themed beauty goodies will at least make it seem like you tried.
In living colour
I dabble in pinks and oranges, I have a box full of berries and I own eyeliners of every shade. But my—may I say iconic?—look is caked-on red lipstick and enough mascara to make Tammy Faye weep.
A new in-office treatment promises to dissolve chin fat without the downtime of surgery. Writer Leah Rumack sticks her neck out for a beauty adventure.
After years of running a serious sleep deficit, Leah Rumack tries a new tack.
Are you muff enough?
A Brazilian backlash is blooming. In the name of research, Leah Rumack prepares to let her grass grow.