Month: January 2020

Christian VierigGetty Images New year…new shoes? Okay, maybe that’s not a thing, but considering that we just entered a whole new decade, it’s fully justifiable to treat yourself to a pair of shoes. The dawn of 2020 brought us a fresh set of footwear trends, so we talked to the experts at Bloomingdales and Net-A-Porter
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If you think the only way to lose weight is to spend hours in the gym every day, think again. Being physically active allows your body to burn more calories (both during exercise and at rest), while also protecting you against conditions like heart disease and diabetes. This includes walking, which experts agree can help
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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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Fenty Beauty I have the most combination skin alive — the rice pudding of epidermises. It’s a little oily and it’s a bit dry, so it’s hard to find the right products. When it comes to foundation, I’m always struggling with needing a bit of hydration with a sprinkle of oil-fighting properties. In my quest
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Louis Vuitton/Stephane Muratet If you’re a fan of the finer things in life, there’s a whole new way to combine your love for designer items and delicious food…but you’ll have to book a flight. The first-ever Louis Vuitton café and restaurant is opening in Japan. The new luxe dining options will be a part of
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There’s a lot of jargon in tennis, from break points to a player’s advantage. You might also hear the official call out “let,” a term that can be used for a few reasons, all of which have to do with an interruption in play. A let is most commonly called when a player is serving.
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There’s nothing quite like a maddening math problem, mind-bending optical illusion, or twisty logic puzzle to halt all productivity in the office. We’re curious people by nature, but we also collectively share a stubborn insistence that we’re right, dammit, and so we tend to throw work by the wayside whenever we come upon a problem
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Super Bowl Sunday may typically be about drinking beer, eating a lot of game-day food, and generally not giving a sh*t about your health. Well, we’re here to make your Super Bowl party on Feb. 3 a little more interesting, regardless of which team you’re rooting for: the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City
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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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Michael StewartGetty Images Forget the standard baby shoes shot. Ciara posted a peak Instagram vacation photo for her third pregnancy announcement, sharing a shot of herself in a bikini, taking in paradise. “Number 3,” she captioned the photo of herself, tagging her husband Russell Wilson. This is Ciara’s second child with Wilson; they also share
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Cheer-lovers, if you’ve ever wondered what Jerry’s favorite food was or how La’Darius felt when his brother watched him compete in Daytona, the athletes from the Navarro College cheer squad are here to answer. On Wednesday, Gabi Butler, Jerry Harris, La’Darius Marshall, and Coach Monica Aldama sat down to answer some questions from their Twitter
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