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18 Famous Redheads Who Will Have You Calling Your Colorist ASAP

Natural redheads might only make up 2% of the population, but that hasn't stopped a whole spectrum of red shades from dominating salons, and gracing the heads of stars who may or may not have been born with it. From New York to L.A., trendseekers have been requesting everything from red-velvet transformations to auburn highlights.If you haven't found enough inspiration yet while bingeing Riverdale or Game of Thrones — seriously, those shows are filled to the brim with the burnished color — we'v...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, Rihanna, New York Times, Alicia Keys, Emma Stone, John, Jackson, Amy Adams, Anderson, Dana Scully, Adams, Howard


Connie Britton On Dirty John & The "Messy Prospect" Of Finding Your Own Happiness

When Connie Britton is not working, she’s spending time with her seven-year-old son, Eyob. When she’s not doing either of those things, she’s “usually fast asleep.” Britton pauses as she tells me this over the phone from Los Angeles, before she laughs and delivers her punchline: “Because Mommy’s tired!” It’s a line you could imagine both Tami Taylor ( Friday Night Lights) or Rayna James ( Nashville) delivering in their signature southern drawls, but Britton isn’t playing a part, she’s just tryi...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Los Angeles, Julia Roberts, Netflix, John, Jason Bateman, Taylor, James, Landry, Kyle, Britton, Jesse Plemons, Eric Taylor, Debra, Connie Britton


Books to read at the cricket? The Price of Fish by Ian Harris and Michael Mainelli

Ged Ladd writes: Disclosure: One of The Price Of Fish’s authors, Ian Harris, is my nom d’actualité. I had been invited by the London School of Economics for a video interview around some of the subject matter in the award-winning book, The Price of Fish, A New Approach to Wicked Economics and Better Decisions, available through all good book outlets – possibly even through bad outlets. Needing to mug up a bit, seven or eight years after writing the thing, I took the book with me to Lord’s o...
Tags: Sex, John, London School Of Economics, Extras, John White, Ian Harris, Ged Ladd, Books to read at the cricket, Michael Mainelli, Better Decisions, Pseuds Corner, John Kennedy Toole Books


5 Smart Foundation Hacks For A Flawless Base Every Time

Shopping for foundation is no mean feat. First, there's deciding which formula and finish is best for you: matte or dewy? Full-coverage or sheer? From there, it's down to deciphering your skin's undertone (yes, it matters when hunting down the perfect shade match) and arming yourself with the best tools for application, from brushes and sponges to just your own fingertips. It's almost like you need the help of a professional just to figure it out — which is why we called on Nicole Faulkner to s...
Tags: Fashion, Music, John, Foundation, Riley, FAULKNER, Morphe, Val Garland, Smart Foundation Hacks, Nicole Faulkner, Right Way To Test Foundation


The Importance of Fitting In

One of the most persistent mistakes people make is not fitting in with their work environments. Fitting in enables you to both get and keep a job. In terms of what it takes to succeed in the long term, fitting in may actually be more important than your skill level. This little-known observation is lost on many people, and overlooking this can result in unhappy and unfulfilled careers. Conversely, being aware of this often results in very happy and fulfilling careers. The problem is that it is...
Tags: New York, Featured, California, Kentucky, Careers, Los Angeles, Job Market, Ceo, Palo Alto, United States, Job Search, John, Career Advice, Law School, Grateful Dead, Bay Area


Podcast #480: Hiking With Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche is one of the most polarizing and misunderstood of modern philosophers. Dismissed by some and misinterpreted by others, the real philosophy of Nietzsche in fact holds some incredibly life-affirming truths for everyone, regardless of belief or age.  My guest today has spent much of both his personal and professional life tracking down those insights. At the age of 19 and then again at age 37, he traveled to the Swiss town where Nietzsche wrote his famous work, Thus Spoke Za...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Switzerland, Philosophy, John, Albert Camus, Basel Switzerland, Friedrich Nietzsche, Nietzsche, John Kaag, Podcast Sponsors Kendra Scott Jewelry Affordable, Greater Self Reliance Ubermensch Listen


Sir John is Coming to Chicago! Major Pro Makeup Class Alert!

If you ask any professional makeup artist or informed makeup enthusiast for a list of the top celebrity makeup artists, his name would be at the top of the list. Sir John Barnett has earned the title with an international reputation for creating the most beautiful, artistic signature looks. His client list is a who’s... Read More The post Sir John is Coming to Chicago! Major Pro Makeup Class Alert! appeared first on Afrobella.
Tags: Events, Chicago, Beauty, John, Celebrity Makeup, MUA, Celebrity Makeup Artist, John Barnett, Sir John, Makeup Class


12 Ways To Eat For Free In 2019 — No Food Holiday Required

If your New Year's resolution was to stick to a budget and actually save some money in 2019, but when you woke up on January 1, your obsession with eating out had not miraculously disappeared, don't worry. All hope is not lost. There are plenty of ways for you to save money without giving up dining out. In fact, there are actually several ways to dine out without spending any money at all. The secret lies with rewards programs and apps.Ahead, we've compiled a list of the restaurant chains that ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, John, Anne, Arby, Julius, Wetzel, CPK, Bruegger, California Pizza Kitchen, Auntie Anne, Krispy Kreme Rewards, Del Taco s Raving Fan E Club, Julius League, Reuben Auntie Anne


‘Eight Dates’ could save your marriage, or prevent a bad one

In their new book, relationship experts John and Julie Gottman offer tips for keeping marriages alive and healthy.
Tags: Wellness, Books, News, Life, Lifestyle, John, Julie Gottman


Books So Good I’ve Read Them 2X (Or More!)

Given the fact that there are over 130 million books in existence, it’s easy to despair of ever having the chance to read even the smallest fraction of them. And given how little headway you’ll ultimately make on that number, even if you’re a regular reader and live to a ripe old age, it can be hard to justify reading the same book, not just once, but twice (and even multiple times!). But I think there are several good reasons to do so. The first is that each time you read the same book, ...
Tags: Books, Montana, Life, Wikipedia, Travel & leisure, Rome, John, Aristotle, Cormac Mccarthy, Tulsa, Achilles, Gus, Scott Fitzgerald, Rio Grande, Barton, Fitzgerald


11 Ways To Eat For Free In 2019 — No Food Holiday Required

If your New Year's resolution was to stick to a budget and actually save some money in 2019, but when you woke up on January 1, your obsession with eating out had not miraculously disappeared, don't worry. All hope is not lost. There are plenty of ways for you to save money without giving up dining out. In fact, there are actually several ways to dine out without spending any money at all. The secret lies with rewards programs and apps.Ahead, we've compiled a list of the restaurant chains that ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, John, Taco Bell, Anne, Arby, Julius, Wetzel, CPK, Bruegger, California Pizza Kitchen, Auntie Anne, Krispy Kreme Rewards, Del Taco s Raving Fan E Club, Julius League, Reuben Auntie Anne


A Week In Grand Rapids, MI, On A $74,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Are you a furloughed federal employee? We'd love to read your Money Diary. Submit here.Today: a tax analyst working in manufacturing who makes $74,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on Bloody Marys.Occupation: Tax AnalystIndustry: Manufactur...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Netflix, Pandora, John, Costco, Virgo, Bloody Mary, Paris France, Arby, Turbotax, HSA, Lisa Lewis, Federal State Taxes, Volleyball League Gym Rental


The 6 Biggest Bridal Makeup Trends — According To Pinterest

Whether it's a simple signing at city hall, in a sprawling field with flowers in your hair, or at a big banquet hall with a cathedral veil and a pipe organ, chances are if you want to get married at some point, you've thought about what your dream day would look like. Because even if you're nowhere close to legally binding yourself to someone else, there's no harm in curating the perfect wedding Pinterest board filled with crafty centerpieces you'll probably never actually glue together.And sin...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Pinterest, Selena Gomez, John, Olivia Wilde, Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, Collins, Tessa Thompson, Aimee, Sephora, Gigi Hadid, Charlotte Tilbury, Bella Hadid, Joan Smalls


10 Ways To Eat For Free In 2019 — No Food Holiday Required

If your New Year's resolution was to stick to a budge t and actually save some money in 2019, but when you woke up on January 1, your obsession with eating out had not miraculously disappeared, don't worry. All hope is not lost. There are plenty of ways for you to save money without giving up dining out. In fact, there are actually several ways to dine out without spending any money at all. The secret lies with rewards programs and apps.Ahead, we've compiled a list of the restaurant chains that...
Tags: Fashion, Music, John, Anne, Arby, Golden Globe, Julius, Wetzel, Bruegger, Auntie Anne, Krispy Kreme Rewards, Del Taco s Raving Fan E Club, Julius League, Reuben Auntie Anne


Which of Australia’s three banned ball-tamperers is being the most annoying (and which of them is being the least annoying)?

Cameron Bancroft hand-down-pants shot via Sky Sports The Tamperer was an Italian dance music act. They had a number one with Feel It. The most memorable element of Feel It was that the bridge section (there wasn’t really a chorus) went: “What’s she gonna look like with a chimney on her?” There you go. There’s a nice reminder for you. Feel free to have that play in your mind’s ear every time you see an interview with Cameron Bancroft, Steve Smith or David Warner. (There’s even a...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Uncategorized, Dave, Vodafone, John, Sky Sports, Warner, Smith, Phil Hughes, David Warner, Steve Smith, Bancroft, Ravindra Jadeja, Cameron Bancroft


What most terrifies the US President? Take the Donald Trump quiz of the year

With whom did the president claim to have fallen in love? Whom did he describe as the US’s biggest foe? And what did he say to Putin?On 27 October, Donald Trump told a rally in Indianapolis that perhaps he should have cancelled that campaign stop. Why?Out of respect for the 11 victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre who had been gunned down while at prayer earlier that dayBecause his appearance in the city clashed with a visit by Barack ObamaBecause he was having “a bad hair day”Because the...
Tags: Putin, Vladimir Putin, Germany, Russia, US, Barack Obama, Life and style, World news, US news, Syria, Indianapolis, United States, Theresa May, Arizona, Cbs, Secret Service


What Ever Happened To The Stars Of Love Actually?

It's that time of year: The holidays are here. Along with good tidings and cheer comes a list of must-haves. On that list — for most people — is a required viewing of Love Actually. Whether you love it or hate it, you know it's true.Love Actually came out in 2003 — that's 13 years ago — and in the time since, the movie has come to be associated with everything warm, fuzzy, and British. Who doesn't love watching Hugh Grant dance to "Jump For My Love"? Doesn't everyone love it when that little gi...
Tags: Facebook, Old school, Fashion, Music, Hbo, England, New York, Hollywood, Keira Knightley, France, Matt Damon, Brit, Norah Jones, America, Bbc, Nicole Kidman


I Rewatched Love Actually 15 Years Later & It's Still The Worst

Love Actually turned 15 this year, so while I appreciate this review is a little tardy, I was curious to see if it had aged better than I have.On occasion, rewatching a 'classic' with fresh eyes can be elucidating (although my advice is to leave the DVDs of Pretty Woman and The Notebook to languish in the bargain bin at WH Smith along with Davina’s Toned in 10). In this case, the second viewing (alone in bed with a bowl of tiramisu and the electric blanket cranked up to 'gates of hell') was mos...
Tags: Fashion, Music, England, Hollywood, Keira Knightley, America, Karen, Heathrow, Julia Davis, Liam Neeson, Harry, Brussels, John, Emma Thompson, Bill Nighy, Mia


Culture You Can Heft

In 2004, the way I interacted with culture fundamentally changed. That’s the year I got my first iPod. Before my iPod, if I wanted to listen to music, I’d have to pop a CD into my car’s 5-disc changer or bring along my Discman. When one CD was over and I wanted to listen to another, I’d have to put in another disc. If I wanted to buy a new CD, I’d mosey on down to a music store. I’d often go looking for an album from one band, but after talking to the store clerk, walk away with one fro...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Books, Music, Instagram, Life, Netflix, Silicon Valley, John, Kate, Bonds, Hulu, Aristotle, Terms Of Service, Tulsa, Gus


27 Eyeliners That Won't Smear — No Matter What

Eyeliner can be the saving grace of the time-strapped. A quick swipe and you've got a statement makeup look that takes no time to create. But liner is also notoriously finicky — who hasn't accidentally wiped their eye only to smudge that practiced flick? Suddenly, your perfectly defined gaze is looking more raccoon than ravishing.Fortunately, there is a fix for this problem: long-wear liner. These stay-put pens, pots, and pencils grab tight to your lid and hold on for dear life. They're so good...
Tags: Amazon, Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Walmart, John, Chanel, Marc Jacobs, Sephora, Maybelline, Bella Hadid, Bobbi Brown, Pat McGrath, Ulta, Natasha Denona, Urban Decay


Chrissy Teigen had a ‘no feet’ clause in her SI contract

"John always says if I die ...instead of lifting up the sheet on the face — he'll just do it the other way..."
Tags: Fashion, John, Chrissy Teigen


Dating Diaries Of A 50-Something Divorcée

This week on Refinery29, we’re filling your screens and consciousness with inspiring women over 50. Why? Because living in a culture obsessed with youth is exhausting for everyone. Ageing is a privilege, not something to dread. Welcome to Life Begins At...I knew my 28-year marriage was over one night after a knock at the door. I felt I’d been at best rejected, at worst complicit in my husband’s philandering. Bruised and defeated, I filed for divorce and retreated into the loving support of fami...
Tags: Apple, Fashion, Music, Britain, John, Times, Moose, Jeff, Anne Bancroft, Farrah Fawcett, Cuba Libres, Madame Macron, Erin Aniker


Podcast #450: How to Make Time for What Really Matters Every Day

Do your days seem like a continuous blur of busyness, and yet you don’t seem to get much done, nor remember much about how you spent your time? As a former employee of Google, my guest today worked on the very apps and technology that can often suck away our time. Today, he’s dedicated to figuring out how to push back against these forces to help people take control of their time and attention. His name is John Zeratsky and he’s the co-author of the book Make Time: How to Focus on What Matter...
Tags: Google, Podcast, Life, John, Tim Wu, David Allen, Steven Kotler, John John, Charles Duhigg, John Zeratsky, Adam Alter, Winston Churchill School of Adulthood My, Twitter Time Dorks Newsletter MakeTimeBook


“Crocodile Rock” Family Halloween Costume

GAAAAHHHHH! I’m so excited to show you this little family costume I’ve been dreaming of for months! It all started earlier this year when Oui Fresh came out with their toddler daisy sunnies and I got a bunch of pairs for Lola. Not only does Lola look adorable in them, but my other first thought was that with her strawberry gold hair color she kind of looked like a Baby Elton John and it made me laugh so hard. A few months later when I started costume planning, I realized that I already had the ...
Tags: D.I.Y. Project, Halloween, Fashion, Diy, Style, Kiddo, John, Celebrate, Lola, Todd, Laura Gummerman, Baby Elton John


The Latinx Community's Complicated Relationship With The N-Word

Today, there are roughly 55 million Latinxs living in the U.S. — each one of us with unique cultural experiences. In our new series #SomosLatinx, R29's Latinx staffers explore the parallels and contrasts that make our community so rich. Stay tuned as we celebrate our diversity during Latinx Heritage Month from September 15-October 15.I don’t use the N-word, yet for most of my life in this country, hearing it has been a part of my American experience.I was born in the Dominican Republic and arri...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Texas, California, New York City, America, Spain, University, Brooklyn, Queens, John, Kim, Bronx, Seattle, North Carolina, Latin America


Remembering John Iversen, tireless AIDS activist who never gave up the fight

"If you have HIV and are surviving, if you are queer and care about social justice, you are standing, in part, on John's shoulders."
Tags: Lifestyle, John, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Hiv/aids, John Iversen


Remembering John Iverson, tireless AIDS activist who never gave up the fight

"If you have HIV and are surviving, if you are queer and care about social justice, you are standing, in part, on John's shoulders."
Tags: Lifestyle, John, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Hiv/aids, John Iverson


Podcast #447: On Grand Strategy

The ancient Greek poet Archilochus said, “A fox knows many things, but a hedgehog one important thing.” The original meaning of the quote has been lost to the mists of time, but my guest today argues that it’s a great metaphor for classifying two types of leadership strategies. His name is John Lewis Gaddis and he’s a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, an expert on the Cold War, and a professor of military history at Yale University. Today, Professor Gaddis and I talk about his book, On Grand Str...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Fox, Lincoln, John, Boyd, Robert Coram, Gaddis, Carl von Clausewitz, Archilochus, John Lewis Gaddis, Yale University Today, Tom Gibbons, Isaiah Berlin Herodotus, Thucydides Sun Tzu, John Boyd The Tao


28 Things I Bought On Amazon And Would Buy 100 Times Again

28 products I can personally vouch for. The Uncle John's Bathroom Reader book series has basically made me a trivia master.
Tags: Amazon, Life, John


The Surprising Way Chrissy Teigen's New Cookbook Differs From Her First

Over two years after the launch of her first cookbook, Chrissy Teigen is ready to wow us, and our taste buds, all over again. Cravings is back and, this time, it's a little bit more "grown up."In the intro of her second cookbook, Cravings: Hungry For More, Teigen explains that she was as surprised as anyone to find that the sequel differed from the style of her first book. She expected it to be "more of the same," but as Cravings 2 came together, that turned out not to be the case. "I got to tr...
Tags: Google, Fashion, Music, John, Chrissy Teigen, Clarkson, Luna, Tom, Chrissy, Teigen, Tom Yum, Aubrie Pick, Penguin Random House LLC, Cravings Teigen, Everything Bagel Cream, Garlicky Cauliflower Rice



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