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Louis Vuitton Les Colognes: California Dream

Les Colognes Louis Vuitton is a line in the Les Parfums Louis Vuitton collection that contains fresh cologne-like scents but in an EDP concentration, inspired by L.A. and a sense of freedom. The first three editions of the line Sun Song, Cactus Garden and Afternoon Swim were launched in the spring of 2019, and a year later they are joined by a new launch - California Dream. The perfumes of... Read full article: Louis Vuitton Les Colognes: California Dream from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes...
Tags: Fashion, California, EDP, Fragrantica Perfumes, Les Parfums Louis Vuitton, Louis Vuitton Les Colognes, Les Colognes Louis Vuitton

Need to Remove Your Hair Extensions While You're Stuck at Home? Follow This Simple Guide

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kat Lewis | MasterExtensionist (@katpee_12) on Mar 29, 2020 at 4:33pm PDT Ideally, the first thing most of us do when we're in need of a trim, a color touch-up, or any other beauty maintenance service is head to the salon, but sometimes when the ease of making a hair appointment isn't really an option, we have to make do with what we have and put our own DIY skills to...
Tags: California, Beauty, Hair, Don, Lewis, Beauty Trends, Bellami, Hair extensions, Kat Lewis, Mane Loft

California needs nurses. So why is the state about to give up 10,000 prospects?

California regulations may prevent thousands of nursing students from graduating, despite frantic effort to boost numbers of healthcare workers amid the pandemic.
Tags: California, Sex

What It’s Like For An ER Doc During The Coronavirus Outbreak

As the novel coronavirus continues to spread, more and more people are being directly affected by the disease. At least 412,500 people across 168 countries have contracted the virus, and roughly 18,482 have died. But the pandemic impacts more than our health. Our careers, our social lives, and the global economy have been upended since people diagnosed with the virus began falling ill in China last December. And on the front lines of it all sits healthcare professionals, like Jill Lauren, MD, a ...
Tags: California, Cdc, Sex, China, Italy, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Santa Cruz California, Lauren, Jill Lauren, Palo Alto Medical Foundation Urgent Care, Jill LaurenWhat, CoronavirusCan Kylie Jenner

KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics Temporarily Shut Down Over Coronavirus Concerns

KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics have both temporarily stopped shipping due to coronavirus concerns. The companies, owned by siblings Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, respectively, posted special messages to their websites this week to share the news with customers, revealing that they'll still be taking new orders, though the orders won't be shipped at this time. "Due to current health orders in California, our fulfillment center is temporarily closing," a statement on the KKW Beauty website re...
Tags: Kim Kardashian, California, Beauty, Kylie Jenner, Beauty News, Beauty Brands, Celebrity Beauty, Kylie Cosmetics, KKW Beauty, KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics

It took a gay man to make the ultimate ’80s kid fantasy. Todd Holland on the magic of ‘The Wizard’

Todd Holland with Fred Savage, Jenny Lewis & Luke Edwards on the set of ‘The Wizard’ Who’d have thought it would take a gay man to make the ultimate ’80s child fantasy? The man in question is Todd Holland, and the fantasy is the cult movie The Wizard. Though it scored mediocre reviews and died a quick death at the box office in 1989, the movie found a second life on home video and television. The film stars Fred Savage–the child actor of the moment thanks to his work on The Wonder Years–as Co...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Hollywood, Entertainment, Abc, California, Washington, Lifestyle, Pennsylvania, Nintendo, Holland, Tina Fey, Tobey Maguire, Steven Spielberg, Jenny Lewis, Universal Studios

In the midst of a pandemic, will the FDA finally lift the gay blood ban?

(Image: Center for Disease Control) As the COVID-19 crisis rages on and U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams begs citizens to donate blood to alleviate a growing need, LGBTQ activists have once again called on the FDA to lift a years-old ban on gay men from donating. In the midst of the calls for more blood donors, GLAAD spokesperson Sarah Kate Ellis took the community’s frustration to Twitter, saying “The antiquated ban that still prevents gay and bisexual men, and men who have sex with men fro...
Tags: Twitter, Feature, UK, California, Life, Lifestyle, Red Cross, Fda, Lgbtq, Ad Friendly, Ellis, Ryan White, Wiener, GLAAD, Jerome Adams, Scott Weiner

The Elephant and the Virus

With respect to the coronavirus pandemic, I am concerned about India. Given their population density and more than 1.3 billion residents, the virus situation there could soon make what’s happening in Italy and Spain look tame. Earlier this week India was reporting only 129 infections and 2 deaths. Today it’s at 249 cases and 5 deaths. While those numbers may seem ridiculously low relative to India’s population, they appear to be starting out much the same as any other country. While mathem...
Tags: Health, Usa, California, India, Careers, Spain, Italy, Portugal, National Security Council, Nevada, Kennedy, Steve, Ramanan Laxminarayan, Center for Disease Dynamics Economics, Austria Denmark Norway Malaysia

Coming for your quarentine fabulousness: Digital Drag Fest 2020

Alaska Thunderf*ck Never count a drag queen down. With all of California under lockdown–like most of the country–the Producer Entertainment Group has announced a partnership with the webcasting site Stageit to bring some of drag’s biggest name to the web for a digital drag festival. Alaska Thunderf*ck, Divina De Campo, Ginger Minj, Jackie Beat, Jiggly Caliente, Jinkx Monsoon, Jujubee, Manila Luzon, Miz Cracker, Monét X Change, Nina West, Peppermint, Sharon Needles, Sherry Vine, and Trinity Th...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, California, Lifestyle, Alaska, Peppermint, Ad Friendly, Dragaholic, Drag, Manila Luzon, Divina De Campo, Sherry Vine, Charpentier, Sharon Needles, Jiggly Caliente, Jujubee

West Hollywood Mayor tests positive for COVID-19

The mayor of West Hollywood, John D’Amico, has tested positive for COVID-19. D’Amico did not attend a City Council meeting on Monday due to feeling ill, and informed City Manager Paul Arevalo that he’d tested positive, reports WeHoVille. Arevalo then informed all staff members to leave work and shut city buildings to the public and all non-essential staff. A full sterilization of facilities will happen soon. AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div-gpt-ad-inarticle1"); }); Related:...
Tags: California, Lifestyle, Long Beach, Miami, City Council, Ad Friendly, Queerty, West Hollywood, Los Angeles County, John D'amico, D'Amico, Coronavirus, Paul Arevalo, WeHoVille Arevalo

A bunch of antigay senators sold off millions of stocks prior to coronavirus outbreak

At least three antigay Republican senators and one Democrat sold millions of dollars worth of stock shortly after receiving closed-door briefings about the impending coronavirus crisis. Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina, Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia, and Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma have all been accused of violating the STOCK Act, a law that bars members of Congress from making financial trades using nonpublic information. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California is also implicated. Burr is ...
Tags: Politics, Congress, James Inhofe, California, Senate, Lifestyle, Georgia, New York Times, Npr, HRC, Oklahoma, Dianne Feinstein, Senate Intelligence Committee, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Feinstein

The California agent navigating the new normal as the realities of the coronavirus pandemic kick in

Drew Nelson of The Nelson Brothers Team in San Diego navigates the new normal in the days leading up to March 19, when California issued a statewide order to stay at home.
Tags: Agent, Lifestyle, Markets & Economy, Select, Technology, Drew Nelson, Inman Diaries, Nelson Brothers Team, Willis Allen Real Estate

Tyra Banks Postpones ModelLand Theme Park Opening

Tyra Banks has put smizing on hold. The “America’s Next Top Model” host is postponing the opening of ModelLand, a theme park opening in Santa Monica, Calif. A new launch date has not been announced. “In light of the recommendations of the CDC, WHO, and California Governor Gavin Newsom, we have decided to postpone the […]
Tags: Fashion, News, California, America, Tyra Banks, Gavin Newsom, Santa Monica Calif, America's Next Top Model, Modelland, Coronavirus, CDC WHO

This controversial website uses AI to create fake nudes of women

These Nudes Do Not Exist hopes to revolutionize online porn by selling AI-generated nude images of women for a dollar per photo. The site uses Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) algorithmic technology to generate the nude AI content using a database containing lots of nude images of real women. It's extremely common for pornographic imagery of women found online to have been stolen from sex workers, so it's very difficult for machine learning engineers to find ethically sourced datasets of nu...
Tags: California, Sex, Women, Data, Computers, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Algorithm, Ai, Samantha, Gan, Human body

LGBTQ people blamed for coronavirus. Typical.

Four years after he blamed a pair of murders on Pride parades, Rabbi Meir Mazuz is now claiming the LGBTQ+ celebrations are the reason behind the worldwide coronavirus outbreak. Related: Crazed pastor says coronavirus is God’s revenge for gays Speaking at the Kisse Rahamim yeshiva in Bnei Brak, Israel, on Saturday, March 7, Mazuz said that a Pride parade is “a parade against nature, and whoever acts against nature, He who created nature will avenge him,” according to Israel Hayom. “When you do ...
Tags: Usa, California, Life, Israel, Lifestyle, Iran, Kyle Orton, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Anti Defamation League, Bnei Brak Israel, The Times of Israel, Meir Mazuz, PinkNews, USA Christian Church, Israel Hayom

DA refuses to say why he prosecuted an innocent gay man as a sex offender

Todd Spitzer is the Orange County District Attorney. Last September, he penned an op-ed declaring that hate had “no place” in Orange County, California. Then, three months later, his office tried turning an innocent gay man into a lifelong sex offender after he was targeted by police during a homophobic sting operation. It all started in January 2017. Tri Phan, who until then had no criminal record, stopped into Romantix, an adult bookstore in Garden Grove, California. He went into the bookstor...
Tags: Supreme Court, California, Life, Lifestyle, Playboy, Sex Offender, Homophobia, California Supreme Court, Orange County, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Antigay, DA, Orange County California, Spitzer, Loftin

RuPaul’s DragCon canceled over fears of coronavirus

The mothership of RuPaul‘s DragCon in Los Angeles has officially been called off over growing fears of the spread of COVID-19. The event will not be postponed until later in the year. Rather, Drag Race fans will have to wait until 2021 to attend the event, or attend the New York iteration in September, assuming it goes off as planned. DragCon LA was scheduled to take place May 1-3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div-gpt-ad-inarticle1"); }); ...
Tags: New York, California, Life, La, Lifestyle, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Dragaholic, Rupaul, Santa Clara County, Los Angeles Convention Center, Rupaul's Dragcon, Dragcon

What counts as coronavirus if we don’t have any tests? What counts as self-isolation if we can’t get away from our kids?

Each country reveals so much about itself by its approach to coronavirus. China pretended nothing was happening—the country with the best disinformation system applied it to the virus. South Korea figured out a way to test 400 people a day using a drive-through system—the country with the strongest video game teams applied their team gaming skills to the virus. And the US had trouble sticking to reality—the country with the most fragile sense of identity elected a President who imagined himself...
Tags: South Korea, London, California, China, US, Careers, Management, Thailand, Silicon Valley, Maggie, Trump, Department Of Health, Dulles, DC Department of Health, Maggie McDow

Here’s why you shouldn’t mourn the loss of Mayor Pete

It was the Sunday afternoon slump: the end of a sunny weekend in Los Angeles, where I live, and I was coming to grips with the reality of the work week ahead. Around 4:45 pm PT came the first news that former South Bend Mayor and Democratic nominee hopeful Pete Buttigieg had suspended his incredibly inspiring campaign, as polls showed him lagging badly in Super Tuesday. My heart sank. I had been supporting Mayor Pete from the beginning. I had been monitoring his every TV appearance, donating to ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Politics, Hollywood, Colorado, California, Senate, White House, Virginia, Russia, US, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Iran, Netflix, Wisconsin

I Got Undereye Fillers For the First Time and Fell Back in Love With My Face

I didn't grow up trying on my mom's lipstick or learning passed-down beauty secrets. A California flower child through and through, my mother has always been all about aging naturally, so things like Botox, dermal fillers, plastic surgery, or any other face-altering procedures were, if I'm being honest, scoffed at in my family for the majority of my life, written off as things that only serve to make older people look silly. Of course times have changed, even since I graduated from college near...
Tags: California, Mexico, Beauty, Fda, Steve Buscemi, Skin Care, First Time, Cosmetic Surgery, Beauty Trends, Beauty Interview, Ellen Marmur, Marmur, Personal Essay, Beauty Treatments, Editor Experiments, Aviel Kanter

I Got Undereye Fillers For the First Time, and the Results Are Game-Changing

I didn't grow up trying on my mom's lipstick or learning passed-down beauty secrets. A California flower child through and through, my mother has always been all about aging naturally, so things like Botox, dermal fillers, plastic surgery, or any other face-altering procedures were, if I'm being honest, scoffed at in my family for the majority of my life, written off as things that only serve to make older people look silly. Of course times have changed, even since I graduated from college near...
Tags: California, Mexico, Beauty, Fda, Steve Buscemi, Skin Care, First Time, Cosmetic Surgery, Beauty Trends, Beauty Interview, Ellen Marmur, Marmur, Personal Essay, Beauty Treatments, Editor Experiments, Aviel Kanter

Breathy, gravelly and gruff: A few real estate voice-over actors tell all

Ever wonder about that person talking about "lush valleys" in the flyover video of the home you're trying to sell? Inman went behind the scenes to learn more.
Tags: Florida, California, Marketing, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Hgtv, Aerial Video, Social Media Advertising, Inman, Select, Voiceovers, Luxury Properties, Listing Advertising, Property Videos

How to Fall Asleep in 2 Minutes or Less

With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Friday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in March 2018. Have you ever unexpectedly found yourself with a snatch of time in which to steal a nap? You tried to settle into the chair or nook in which you found yourself, closed your eyes, and then . . . you just sat there, drowsy but awake. Despite feeling quite tired, you...
Tags: Wellness, Sleep, California, Life, Salvador Dalí, Health & Sports, Naval Ensign Bud Winter, Del Monte Naval Pre Flight School

She's Done It Again: Vanessa Hudgens Just Got Another Tattoo for "Thirsty Thursday"

Vanessa Hudgens just added another tattoo to her collection of tiny ink - the "divine feminine angel," is what she's calling it. The latest edition, an intricate angel on Hudgens's right side, was done by none other than celebrity favorite tattoo artist, Dragon of Bang Bang Tattoo in New York City. The first glimpse we got at the new tattoo was in a photo posted on Hudgens's Instagram. Keeping with the theme of her last tattoo reveal, she playfully hashtagged it #thirstythursday. Shortly after,...
Tags: California, New York City, Beauty, Tattoos, Vanessa Hudgens, Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Tattoos, Tiny Tattoos

Meet Todd Gloria, the man poised to become San Diego’s first out-gay mayor

Todd Gloria has reason to celebrate. The current majority whip in the California State Assembly just scored huge numbers in this week’s primary election to become the Democratic candidate for Mayor of San Diego. Adding to the glory of his win: he’s openly gay. Gloria grew up in San Diego in a Native American/Filipino/Latino mixed-race family. As a politician, he’s built his career on focusing on issues like infrastructure, homelessness and transportation. He finished Tuesday’s primary with more...
Tags: Feature, Politics, California, Lifestyle, Chicago, San Diego, Houston, Jerry Brown, Ad Friendly, State Assembly, Gloria, Lori Lightfoot, Annise Parker, Todd Gloria, Lgbtq Politics, sun Already Gloria

From siestas to saunas: the 10 European wellbeing traditions everyone should try

The health benefits of the Mediterranean diet are well known – but have you considered fangotherapy, uitwaaien and fika?Think of “wellness” and you may well think of Gwyneth Paltrow’s brand, Goop: modern, exclusive, quite possibly rubbish. But a lot of what would fall under that banner dates back centuries and has its roots in Europe, not California.“There is a unique wellness culture in Europe,” says Beth McGroarty, the director of research at the Global Wellness Institute, a US nonprofit group...
Tags: Europe, California, US, Life and style, World news, Health & wellbeing, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mediterranean, Global Wellness Institute, Beth McGroarty

Ashley Benson Just Got a Tattoo Honoring the Other Love of Her Life: French Fries

Ashley Benson's tattoo collection is ever-growing, and her latest one is a nod to the love of her life. OK, not Cara Delevingne, but her other love, french fries. The former Pretty Little Liars star was recently seen on social media showing off a matching tattoo that she got with a close friend that reads "Pomme Frites," because all great friendships blossom over french fries, right? It's a pretty unique way to express your love of your favorite food, but considering that a french fry is always ...
Tags: California, New York City, Beauty, Tattoos, Cara Delevingne, Benson, Justin, Jonboy, Ashley Benson, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Tattoos, Hailey Bieber

Ashley Benson's New Tattoo Is a Subtle Nod to Her Hometown

Ashley Benson has a lot of love for her home state. The Pretty Little Liars alum was recently spotted on social media showing off an all-new tattoo that she got with a close friend of hers. Benson and her friend, who goes by @girleatsworldddd on Instagram, are both from Anaheim and Los Angeles, respectively, so it only made sense that the two of them get matching tattoos saying "California" written in cursive. Both of the tats were drawn in their mid-back areas by famed New York City-based tatto...
Tags: California, New York City, Los Angeles, Beauty, Tattoos, Kendall Jenner, Benson, Anaheim, Jonboy, Ashley Benson, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Tattoos, Justin Bieber Hailey Bieber

Katie Hill’s New Memoir Is Going To Shake Up The Political Patriarchy

Former California Rep. Katie Hill will not be silenced, despite a year of scandal and controversy that ultimately chased her out of Congress. After nude photos of the former California Representative were published online without her consent, Hill was investigated for a relationship with a former campaign aide, eventually resigning from her post. She didn’t go quietly though: Katie Hill’s viral resignation speech called out revenge porn and the sexist double standard faced by women in poli...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Congress, California, Time, Los Angeles, New York Times, Elle, Hill, Katie Hill

Your 2020 Guide On What To Give Up For Lent

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, which will last until Thursday, April 9, 2020. Even if you don’t participate in it, you may have some idea about what it is — kids at school might have talked about giving up chocolate for 40 days, for instance. For many practicing Christians, the season is meant to be a time to commit to your faith by abstaining from something you consider a pleasure or a distraction. People observe Lent in different ways. But despite its reputation, the holi...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Congress, California, Cdc, Earth, Belgium, Los Angeles Times, KU Leuven, Instagram Twitter, Huda Beauty, Huda Kattan, Bastin, Margot Bastin, William E Rushman, New York 's Church of Saint Agnes

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