Month: January 2020

If 2019 makeup looks were all about experimentation, then 2020 is the year of embracing the drama and acting casual about it. Long gone are the days when sticking rhinestones on your face was solely for Coachella or neon liner was an unapproachable, scary thing. Now’s the time to buy a multicolored palette, or try
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January lasted about 42 days, but at least we had an abundance of tunes to keep us occupied the whole time. From a bittersweet posthumous release to petty breakup bops, here are the best songs 2020 has to offer so far. (Rihanna, there’s still time!) 1 “Boss B*tch” by Doja Cat Doja Cat can make
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If you’re 2020 beauty mood board included glossy skin, Euphoria eyelids and a luscious, bouncy mane, make space in your beauty closet for January’s most exciting drops. From a nourishing body oil to a superfood-packed serum and a multi-purpose concealer, here are the best new-season products worth investing in right now. Skin Welcome to 2020,
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Stan Sunscreen Slathering your skin with SPF is a priority, even if you’re worried your block will make you break out. “Sunscreen formulas made with zinc are generally nongreasy and nonirritating, making them especially good for acne, sensitive skin,” says Colleen Shimamoto, educational adviser for DermaQuest Skin Therapy. “So, opt for physical blocks like zinc
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Samir HusseinGetty Images Drake, A$AP Rocky, and all members of Rihanna’s boyfriend hopefuls club can take a step back. E! reports that the singer is not dating anyone right now; in fact, she doesn’t want to after being in a serious relationship—with billionaire Saudi businessman Hassan Jameel—for three years. Understandable. People are exhausting! A source
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Yuchen LiaoGetty Images Hair loss is more common than you think and can happen to anyone. According to Dr. Eric Schweiger of Schweiger Dermatology Group in NYC, causes range from “’androgenetic’ or hormone-related hair loss, stress related-hair loss, also called ‘telogen effluvium,’ and dandruff. Medications, vitamin deficiencies, thyroid disorders, excess styling, and autoimmune disorders can
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Courtesy Let’s be real, winter can be tough. From snow storms to puffer jackets, most days you’re just trying to get home before it gets dark out at around 4:30pm. Treat yourself to a seasonal manicure with dainty details, flecks of gold, and OTT medieval vibes to warm up those cold hands. Let these 30
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It’s hard to imagine the Super Bowl without the insane costumes its halftime show performers have worn—and Jeremy Scott’s outfit for Katy Perry Sunday is sure to join the mix. But back in ’90s when the first big Hollywood act took the stage—after almost 25 years of marching bands playing halftime—the costumes were tame. Glitz
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