Month: May 2020

Many occasions don’t warrant a full bikini-zone shave—and for all of those times, consider a bikini trimmer your new best friend. Simply put, these electric trimmers work to clean things up a bit without requiring the effort (or potential for razor bumps and burn) of a full-on shave. A good bikini trimmer is quick, safe,
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Despite how much time we’re spending inside, dermatologists recommend applying sunscreen daily, so you should always have a bottle (or three) saved underneath your bathroom sink. Fortunately, Supergoop is taking 20 percent off sitewide with the promo code “SUNSALE” right now, which is pretty rare. If you haven’t tried Supergoop yet, the brand offers lightweight,
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There’s nothing more unsightly or uncomfortable than flaky, sandpaper lips. Sure, you can tap on your trusty lip balm and be on your way, but once it fades, you’re back to square one. And if you’re wearing lipstick, that uneven texture can be even more noticeable. That’s where lips scrubs come in, which sloth off
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Watermelons have always been versatile. People with no ingenuity may consider their best case to be as a cooling summer snack. Zoe Kravitz argues they work best as a yonic symbol (Diddy agrees), Animal Crossing players see them as material for furniture, and two bank robbers in Virginia thought the melons would make perfect masks.
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Finding the perfect foundation, BB cream, CC cream, lipstick, and every beauty product in between can be tricky. It all comes down to color. What’s your skin tone, but more importantly, what’s your undertone? “Undertone is the shade within your skin color,” explains Robert Sesnek, a celebrity makeup artist for Catrice Cosmetics who works with
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For Melissa, a 29 year old resident of Tampa, happy hours look much different now: They’re more frequent, start earlier, and she’s often alone. While she rarely drank at home without company before the coronavirus pandemic, now she reasons that “desperate times call for desperate measures.” And in that sense, Melissa is far from alone.
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“The biggest day on the internet ever,” at least according to Jumperoo62, a commenter on the British gossip forum Tattle.life, took place last November. The rabbit hole of a site where 53,000-plus members dissect the lives of influencers with the meticulous, if selective, attention of Renaissance cartographers was consistently critical and often cruel. The Tattle
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They weren’t even going to take the cruise—they were too busy. But at the last minute, Katherine Codekas and her husband Matthew Smith decided since they had already bought the tickets, they’d make the time. So on January 13, they flew to Tokyo and boarded the Diamond Princess, a two-week cruise that embarked from Yokohama,
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