ColourPop Super Shock & Creme Gel Liner Duos | Summer 2021 Swatches

For summer, ColourPop released Super Shock Shadow duos and Creme Gel Liner duos to pair with several of their nine-pan palettes! I’ve only swatched the duos that had at least one new shade in it. ColourPop Summer 2021 Duos Gallery Options Products S...
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NABLA Analogue + Midnight Cutie Palette Swatches

There are two new NABLA Cosmetics Cutie Palettes in time for summer! Analogue, which is more of a warm-toned neutral color story, and Midnight, a blue (with a pop of gold) color story. Here are swatches! NABLA Summer 2021 Cutie Palettes Gallery Options Products ...
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What was the last eyeshadow combo you tried and loved?

It was a dirty gold-green, smoky teal, purple, and taupe look using the Sydney Grace On the Horizon palette! — Christine Join Discussion [Author: Christine]
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Lisa Eldridge Venetian Red Enlivening Blush Review & Swatches

Venetian Red Lisa Eldridge Venetian Red Enlivening Blush ($34.00 for 0.5 oz.) is a deeper, more muted red with warm undertones and a semi-matte finish. It allowed the natural finish of my skin to come through but wasn’t dewy. It had more buildable coverage; per the brand, I used a very small amount, and it yielded semi-sheer coverage, and once blended out, sheer, as the formula had a thinner, more spreadable consistency that wanted...
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ColourPop Fine Feathered Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

Fine Feathered ColourPop Fine Feathered 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette ($14.00 for 0.32 oz.) is a pink and berry-hued color story with two shimmer shades and the rest mattes (or nearly matte). For someone looking for a more monochromatic story that is driven by matte finishes, this might be appealing; it could also worked paired with rosier palettes one already has to offer some deeper/richer mattes. Most shades were pigmented, but so...
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Armani Code Eau de Parfum: Back to the Beginning

The first Armani Code, soon followed by multiple flankers, appeared on the market 15 years ago, and the Armani Code line remains popular to this day. Besides their modern olfactory profiles, well-chosen faces for the advertising campaigns contributed to Armani Code's great success. In 2004, at the time of amber fougeres, Armani Code Eau de Toilette was launched and instantly became one of the ... Read full article: Armani Code Eau de Parfum: Back to the Beginning from Fragrantica Perfumes and...
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New WOMO Fragrances: Figue + Neroli and Santal + Coffee

The Italian brand WOMO presents two new creations under their line Ultimate Fragrances, containing two key accords for each composition. The inspiring collection has already offered Incense + Cardamom, Leather + Benzoin, and Vetiver + Chestnut presented in 2017, and Juniper + Salt launched in 2018. Two latest creations were signed and composed by perfumer Luca Maffei: deep woody and gourmand ... Read full article: New WOMO Fragrances: Figue + Neroli and Santal + Coffee from Fragrantica Perfum...
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Survey on Zoroastrians-by-Choice’ and their interactions with ‘Zoroastrians-by-Birth

Our dear friend and PhD. student Ruzbeh Hodiwala is conducting a survey as part of his dissertation. In November 2020, we had published his first pilot survey request, and he has further tweaked that for this final survey. Please take some time and help him get the data he needs. Survey on Zoroastrians-by-Choice’ and their interactions with ‘Zoroastrians-by-Birth This research is part of the doctoral project of Ruzbeh Hodiwala, a Ph.D. student who is conducting an ethnographic study of ‘Zoro...
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Exploitation rules global porn industry

Porn stars and sex workers are badly treated — they should be protected by the law The post Exploitation rules global porn industry appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Jeff Bezos believes multibillion-dollar failures are actually a good thing: 'If the size of your failures isn't growing, you're not going to be inventing at a size that can actually move the needle'

Alex Wong/Getty Images As Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos said he made big bets that sometimes ended as, "multibillion-dollar failures." This view lines up with Bezos' approach to life: Failure is better than never having tried at all. Bezos will step down as Amazon's CEO on Monday, July 5. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. What's the point in making billions if you can't make a multibillion-dollar mistake every now and again?According to Amazon CEO Jeff...
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Entering The Red Door Again

Going back again to the 80's perfume era, which is something I love doing, it's impossible not to stop and revisit Elizabeth Arden's Red Door. Even if I don't have a personal memory attached to it, I think many people do, and that's why I think many older fragrances are so significant. They might not be trendy anymore, but they mean something to many people, and that meaning depends on each pers... Read full article: Entering The Red Door Again from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine....

Boris Becker: ‘When I was winning at Wimbledon it was no “blitzkrieg”’

The tennis player, 53, on Naomi Osaka and mental health, lion-hearted Andy Murray and defying corny cultural stereotypesI’m mentally consistent. It comes from my upbringing. My mother was a tough cookie; my dad was a hard worker. They were both 10 when the war ended, and those first few years living in Germany were very difficult for them. This mental consistency has helped me navigate the ups and downs of life. It’s also helped me stay grounded when I’ve been winning. I’m never too satisfied or...
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‘I see people ageing - I don’t always see us’: one family, 30 years, 30 photographs

It was a simple idea: one family, photographed at the same time every year. Zed Nelson has traced Sue and Frank’s transition from new parents to grandparents. What’s it like to see your life pass in front of you?In the summer of 1991, photographer Zed Nelson, then 25, invited a couple of new parents he was acquainted with to visit his London studio. Oh, and bring your baby, he said. At the time he had ambitions to be a travelling photojournalist. Within the year, he would fly out on the first of...
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Jeff Bezos says work-life balance is a 'debilitating phrase.' He wants Amazon workers to view their career and lives as a 'circle.'

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Alex Wong/Getty Images Amazon's Jeff Bezos said in 2018 that the term "work-life balance" is a "debilitating phrase." A top piece of advice he offers to staff is not to view the two as a strict trade-off. Instead, he sees his personal and professional pursuits as a "circle" rather than a balancing act. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos isn't a fan of the phrase "work-life balance."At an April 2018 event hosted by I...
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‘They said I don’t exist. But I am here’: one woman’s battle to prove she isn’t dead

Five years ago, Jeanne Pouchain was declared dead by a French court. It was news to her – and just the beginning of a Kafkaesque nightmareThe trouble began in 2016. When Jeanne Pouchain’s passport application was declined, she was annoyed – but assumed she must have forgotten an important piece of paperwork.Several weeks later, at a doctor’s appointment in her town of Saint-Joseph, outside Lyon in south-east France, both Pouchain, then 53, and her GP were perplexed when his computer spat out her...
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The most stylish summer beach bags — and what to put in ‘em

Whether you're headed to the beach, a barbecue or an old-fashioned drive-in this summer, you'll definitely need a carry-all tote stocked with goodies to get you through the day.
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Stephen Dorff: ‘Who would play me in the film of my life? I’m not a big fan of young actors working today’

The actor on being close to Jack Nicholson, missing his brother and his most unappealing habitBorn in Atlanta, Georgia, Stephen Dorff, 47, started acting as child. His films include The Power Of One, Blade and Somewhere. He also co-starred in the third series of True Detective. His latest film, Embattled, is released on 5 July. He lives in Tennessee.When were you happiest?In the 90s. I am pretty happy now, but back then I didn’t have the heavier things that life brings as you get older. Continue...
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Tough Mudder Scotland cancelled at last minute due to Covid

Midlothian council revokes licence for sold-out obstacle race with less than a day’s noticeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageTough Mudder Scotland, which was scheduled for this weekend, has been called off with less than a day’s notice.The obstacle race, in which participants are dunked into an ice bath and wade through a mile of mud, was due to take place in Dalkeith country park in Midlothian on Saturday and Sunday. Continue reading...
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Blind date: ‘Would we have kissed? We shall never know’

Eva, 26, graphic designer, meets Anita, 28, analystWhat were you hoping for?A petite brunette, and a fun evening. Continue reading...
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