Beatrice Hazlehurst

Beauty

How real redheads feel about the latest viral hair trend

Copper tones are everywhere, but for many natural gingers, it meant years of rejection.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
4.28.22
Culture

For Jesse Metcalfe, sex symbol stardom was a cage

The ultimate mid-00s heartthrob and ‘Desperate Housewives’ star reflects on that torrid era of gossip and pressure, and how he bounced back.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
12.20.21
Opinion

The Britney Spears-ification of Lil Nas X

The critical response to the young artist is similar to what Britney experienced in the early2000s.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
10.26.21
Music

Dominic Fike and his brother ALX in conversation

As ALX prepares to release his horny pop debut 'YES', the brothers discuss their childhood and the secret music they don’t want you to hear.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
10.15.21
Culture

Why did Pokémon’s Ash have such a hold over us?

In our new series, Pin-Ups, we unpack the appeal of yesteryear sex symbols who informed our current preferences. 
Beatrice Hazlehurst
9.15.21
Fashion

Dirty Magazine: Downtown New York's horny new fashion publication

"Our content uniquely communicates some key points: suck dick, carry Narcan, download Signal."
Beatrice Hazlehurst
8.25.21
Beauty

Inside the accounts debunking celebrity plastic surgery and filter mishaps

“We’ve always been fascinated with how celebrities look so incredible, and there’s a part of all of us who wants to find out why and how they do it.”
Beatrice Hazlehurst
8.16.21
Fashion

Is Amazon the new Depop? We asked a few TikTok influencers what they think

As the demand for affordable fashion keeps growing, the site's recruited leagues of Gen Z ‘Amazon influencers’ despite concerning ethics.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
6.21.21
Music

How popstar LoveLeo became the internet's new BOYFREN

With an acclaimed debut EP, two TikTok famous singles and a Rico Nasty co-sign, Leo Reilly is ready to soundtrack your summer.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
6.15.21
Music

From 2000s nostalgia to Olivia Rodrigo, the emo revival is officially here

Pop-punk heroine Avril Lavigne, Maggie Lindemann and a new wave of emo artists on Y2K style and what the genre's triumphant return means for music.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
6.3.21
Culture

How transphobia found a home on TikTok

The platform has been heralded as a safer social space for marginalized communities, but trans creators are still attacked — or banned — daily.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
5.5.21
Culture

New York artists on their hopes and fears of returning to 'normal'

The most social city on Earth is resocialising, but why is everyone still so anxious?
Beatrice Hazlehurst
5.4.21
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