Month: August 2019

What I love most about a trip to the nail salon is it’s basically an oasis of endless possibilities. That being said, most trips to the salon still begin with me staring down the “services” menu trying to figure out if I’ll stick to a regular manicure or treat myself to something more creative like
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Alongside PSLs and leggings, a fleece jacket used to be a key part of the Basic Student starter pack. Now, the fashion industry is claiming it as its own. Indie designer Sandy Liang was the first to adopt the look back in 2015 with her Insta-famous outerwear, but the trend is peaking. Philip Lim, Fendi,
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You know the drill—it’s been a long week, you’re suffering from a hormonal breakout, etc.—and the only plausible solution is to spend money on what I believe my grandmother refers to as an “impulse purchase.” What Granny doesn’t know is that there’s a difference between an impulse and a I-need-this-to-feel-good purchase…and what Grandma doesn’t know,
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The best part of the changing seasons? Arguably, it’s the food. Comforting foods don’t have to be unhealthy, either! Roasted sweet potatoes, cinnamon pumpkin seeds, and savory roasted brussels sprouts all have something in common: they’re Fall’s best superfoods for weight loss. Indulging in some of the best flavors of the season doesn’t have to
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With the rise of clothing rental services and super fast digital shopping sites, several brands are feeling the heat, including beloved mall brand Forever 21. According to a report from Bloomberg, Forever 21 could potentially file for bankruptcy due to a decline in cash flow and failed attempts at its turnaround plans. Sources explained to
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Benoît Peverelli When it comes to putting on eyeliner, I’m as nervous and shaky as one can get. Eyeliners are basically the MVP of eye makeup, and one wrong move can result in a slew of black marks ruining the flawless mug you spent nearly two hours creating. As the star of your makeup bag,
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I like to grind. Work-wise, dance-wise—let’s grind it out. But there’s an area I don’t appreciate grinding, and that’s my mouth. I remember when I first realized I was mercilessly grinding my teeth at night: I was on a shoot, getting ready to interview celebrity cosmetic dentist Bill Dorfman about teeth whitening. Before filming, he
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In this series for Harper’s Bazaar, I will be “outfit dissecting” women who work behind the scenes in the fashion industry. The women you will meet in these profiles work for some of your favorite brands, and whether they’re designing the pieces you love or answering your DM questions, they are also quietly cultivating trends.
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5. Matte “A matte finish makes any old nail color look contemporary. An ultimate color shifter, it makes cream polishes look chalky, metallic shades look like steel, and pearl shades look suede,” Remark says. “But if you tend to have dry or peeling cuticles, stick to shiny topcoats. Matte manicures can shine an unwanted light
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There is a scene in Knock Down the House, the award-winning documentary that tracks four women running for Congress in 2018, in which Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is sitting on the couch in her living room, breathing deeply. In only a few hours, the then 28-year-old bartender from the Bronx—and complete newcomer to politics—must go on live
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In an era when women are fighting, once again, for our hard-won access to choice, it might seem counterintuitive that the suit—in its most masculine, tailored, gray flannel incarnation—is making a comeback. But come back it did, on female dandies in bow ties at Dolce & Gabbana, girls with cravats at Burberry, twenty-first-century Katharine Hepburns
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