Month: January 2020

We already know that a number of our favorite Navarro College cheer squad members, documented on Netflix’s Cheer, have come back for another year of pom-poms and pyramids. Flyer Morgan Simianer, tumbler Lexi Brumback, stunter Jerry “Mat Talk” Harris, and stumbler La’Darius Marshall have all announced their returns — mainly because they missed home (and
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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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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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If you’ve been exploring intuitive eating and body positivity, it’s hard not to come across the acronym HAES. Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN, an antidiet registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and host of the Food Psych podcast, explained to POPSUGAR that HAES stands for Health at Every Size, trademarked by its founders, the
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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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A general rule of thumb when it comes to black hair is to never—I mean, never—touch another woman’s hair. So you can imagine the audible gasp a quaint SoHo pop-up space filled with beauty editors let out when a few fiending, curious hands plunged into Taraji P Henson’s honey-blonde-tinged curls at her Hair Dare University
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As someone who hasn’t worn skinny jeans since 2016, my firstborn child belongs to vintage denim. I want a pair of no-stretch straight jeans that would make Kaia Gerber proud (and my gynecologist cringe). Sitting down should be a daily struggle, and the leg opening better not touch my ankles. Once again, Everlane answered my
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Skincare routines can get confusing. First, you have to research the appropriate ingredients for your specific skin concerns, then comes factoring in the price of each ingredient and time you have to dedicate to the process. But as it turns out, having an arsenal of acne-fighting, brightening, and calming cleansers, serums, moisturizers, and masks at
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As a proud member of the Uncoordinated Klutz Club, I am constantly in awe of dancers — especially at the competitive level. Take the University of Minnesota’s impressive team, for instance. The athletes recently competed in the College Dance Team National Championship, and their routine was nothing short of hypnotizing. Between the slightly-creepy spoken audio
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Ali Oshinsky, @KaliKennedy Eye makeup is so boring. Isn’t it? Case in point: if you own a palette, you’ve probably hit pan on the brown, the lighter, taupier brown, and nothing else. There’s also, of course, the issue of use. Disregarding the fact that a pressed powder in the beige family very rarely inspires the
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