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#Nomakeup: Lieblingsprodukte & Hacks für den perfekten Ungeschminkt-Look

Zugegeben, ich liebe diese fancy Make-up-Looks auf Instagram, in denen Models ein Full Face mit einem Set falscher Wimpern, knalligem Lidschatten und blutroten Lippen bekommen – daran kann ich mich gar nicht satt sehen! Wenn es dann aber um mein tägliches Make-up geht, sieht die Sache ganz anders aus: Am liebsten habe ich es schnell und einfach, sprich: Der No-Make-up-Look ist schon eher mein Favorit.Doch, wie alles in der Beautywelt, erfordert auch dieser Look Übung und ein gewisses Vorwissen, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Tipps, Floyd, Mitte, Weise, Mascara, Jillian Dempsey, Wangen, Dabei, Lippen, Profis, Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer, Schimmer, Pflege, Fenty Beauty Pro Filt


Süß & simpel: 14 Nailart-Ideen für den Valentinstag

Rote Nägel sind immer eine gute Idee, denn sie verpassen jedem Outfit eine selbstbewusste, verführerische und gleichzeitig elegante Note. Doch an manchen Tagen ist das noch nicht genug. Manchmal willst du einfach noch eine Schippe drauflegen und deine Nägel so richtig schön in Szene setzen. An deinem Geburtstag zum Beispiel. Oder zu Silvester. Oder aber – und du kannst dir sicher denken, was jetzt kommt – am Valentinstag.Rot ist die Farbe der Liebe und allein deswegen schon bestens für die perf...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mitte, Wie, Tagen, Dann, Hause, Nagel, Lippen, Szene, Beispiel Oder, Silvester Oder, Farbe der Liebe, Klarlack, Hauch Abwechslung, Bonuspunkte Ein Statement Nagel pro Hand


Mit diesen Glitzer-Ombré-Nails bringst du mehr Glamour in deinen Alltag

Jetzt, da Silvester schon hinter uns liegt, verschwindet alles, was auch nur ansatzweise glitzert wieder von der Bildfläche. Die silbernen Party-Heels sind ganz unten im Schuhschrank verstaut. In den Läden gibt es die Funkelkleider nur noch im Sale-Bereich. Und der Nagellack mit Holo-Glitzer, den du dir extra im Dezember gekauft hast, lebt jetzt ein trauriges Leben neben dem merkwürdig riechenden Billiglack, den du im letzten Urlaub auf einem Basar gefunden hast, aber nie benutzt, weil er deine ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mitte, Instagram Post, Hause, Nagel, Basar, Glitzer, Ganze, Sternchen, Jetzt da Silvester, Holo Glitzer, Glitzerlack, Lauf Eine, Ein Glitzerstreifen


Bittersweet Berlin goodbye as Clärchens Ballhaus faces uncertain future

The legendary club and ballroom joins a growing list of iconic city venues under threat due to lease renewal issuesBy the time the brass band came out blaring Bella, Ciao, the wooden floor was heaving under the weight of hundreds of revellers. Last Friday night, the rowdiest party in Berlin was at a century-old ballroom in the gentrified Mitte neighbourhood. Unlike at the city’s techno clubs, the guests queuing for Clärchens Ballhaus ran the gamut from grade-schoolers to retirees.“I’ve been comi...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Berlin, Bars, World news, Clubbing, Europe Holidays, Germany Holidays, Berlin Holidays, Mitte, Clärchens Ballhaus, Pubs And Clubs, Matthias Kühne


Ist mein Aussehen Schuld an meinem Singledasein?

Ich mache mir nicht viele Gedanken über mein Aussehen – okay, das war gelogen. Mein Aussehen ist mir schon wichtig, aber ich habe mir noch nie darüber Gedanken gemacht, ob mein Singledasein damit zusammenhängen könnte. Dass ich mir den Pony jeden Morgen glätte und ohne meine getönte Tagescreme eigentlich nicht das Haus verlasse, zeigt schon, wie wichtig mir ein gepflegtes Erscheinungsbild ist. Aber ich tue das nicht, um für potenzielle Partner attraktiver zu sein. Ich mache das alles in erster L...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Thailand, Bob, Mitte, Ganz, Viel, Ding, Aber, Kopf, Kosten, Gedanken, Skala, Grunde, Haar, Infinity Pool


Best Berlin Christmas Markets: The Ultimate Guide [Updated 2019]

What are the best Christmas markets in Berlin? Whether you're looking for a traditional German Christmas market or something a bit more offbeat, I offer here my handy Berlin Christmas Market guide based on our experience living in Berlin for seven years and being avid Christmas market fans. It has all the information you need to know, including dates and schedules of Berlin Christmas markets and notes on how to visit my authentic and local favorites — ones that will make your visit to Berlin dur...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Berlin, Unesco, Estonia, Karl Marx, Beginners Guides, Dan, Potsdam, Grunewald, Spree River, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Clayallee, Klunkerkranich, Neukölln


4 superleckere indische Rezepte mit 7 Zutaten

Für das ungeschulte Auge kann die Indische Küche ziemlich kompliziert sein: Endlose Zutatenlisten, lange Kochzeiten und ziemlich viele Töpfe, die gleichzeitig überwacht werden müssen, können auf Hobbyköch*innen schnell einschüchternd wirken. Deswegen trauen sich manche gar nicht, Zuhause indisch zu kochen. Doch wie Monisha Bharadwaj in der Einleitung ihres neuen Buches Indian in 7 sagt: „Es ist ein Mythos, dass jedes indische Rezept viele Zutaten erfordert und die Vor- und Zubereitung Stunden da...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Zucker, Mitte, Weil, Wasser, Buch, Bei, Wurfel, Dann, GIB, Salz, Topf, Mehl, Sammlung, Backen


Berlin: Avoid these 7 first-time tourist mistakes when visiting

These days, Berlin is by far one of Europe’s hottest cities. Tourists and expats alike flock to the metropolis for its vibrant nightlife, flourishing arts scene and hip vibe. Compared to other major European cities, Berlin is also very affordable (at least for now). Like many visitors that came before, you may find yourself smitten and end up staying here far longer than you planned. Related: 12 Easy ways to save on a trip to Berlin But when you arrive in Germany’s capital, make sure and avoid t...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Berlin Wall, Berlin, US, Chicago, Munich, Venice, Bavaria, Dailycheapo, Planning For Berlin, Berlin Budget Tips, Kreuzberg, Don, Berlin Attractions


Berlin bans performers posing as US soldiers at Checkpoint Charlie

Public order office accuses actors of exploiting tourists by charging for passport stamps and photosBerlin authorities have banned a group of actors from posing as US army soldiers at Checkpoint Charlie, the infamous former cold war border post.The public order office in the central district of Mitte has accused the actors of exploiting tourists by demanding fixed fees in return for passport stamps and posing for photographs with them next to the wooden hut of the Checkpoint Charlie crossing poi...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Berlin Wall, Berlin, US, Cold War, UK News, World news, Charlie, Mitte


Welche Pasta ist die richtige für deine Soße?

Heutzutage gibt es so viele verschiedene Pasta-Arten in den Supermärkten, da weißt du manchmal einfach gar nicht, welche für die jeweilige Soße nun die beste Wahl ist. Passen Spaghetti besser zu Tomaten- oder Sahnesoße? Und für welche Soßen wurden eigentlich Penne gemacht? Diese Fragen kann meine liebe Freundin Colu Henry wohl am besten beantworten. Denn wie es der Zufall so will, hat sie bereits ein ganzes Buch mit einfachen Nudelrezepten veröffentlicht. Ihr Kochbuch Back Pocket Pa...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Lange, Mitte, Essen, Buch, Denn, Wahl, Kürze, Passen Spaghetti, Sahnesoße, Tomatengrundlage Kräftige Soßen, Tagliatelle Fusilli Lunghi, Gemüse Fleisch


Das 1×1 des Concealen: So deckst du jedes Hautproblem ab

Einmal aufgetragen, ist dein Teint makellos! Concealer sind unsere kleinen Alltagshelden: Sie verstecken all die kleinen unschönen Stellen in deinem Gesicht, die du am liebsten vor der ganzen Welt verborgen halten willst. Und ihre Arbeit ist dabei ganz klar, das Abdecken. Aber wie du vielleicht schon selbst vor dem Spiegel bemerkt hast, ist das nicht immer so einfach. Manchmal wehrt sich ein hartnäckiger Pickel nun einmal unter der Concealer-Schicht zu verschwinden. Du siehst, jedes lästige Haut...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Tipps, Technik, Foundation, Toner, Mitte, Sonne, Bobbi Brown, Weise, Hilfe, Bei, Dann, Menge, Farbe


Handlesen für Anfänger*innen: Was bedeuten die Linien?

Ein Partytrick, leeres Geschwätz oder Abzocke der Hokus-Pokus-Esoteriker*innen – oft ist das Handlesen für viele Menschen nicht mehr als das. Tatsächlich ist die Handliniendeutung, so der offizielle Name, eine uralte Form der Wahrsagerei. Eine gründliche Handlesung kann tiefgründiger sein als das Legen von Tarotkarten oder dein Sternzeichen. Sie bringt dein verborgenes Ich zum Vorschein und kann dir sagen, was in Zukunft noch vor dir liegt.Wie jede esoterische Praxis hat auch die Handliniendeut...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Denker, Mitte, Wie, Wellen, Haupt, Zukunft, Egal, Denn, Leser, Sorgen, Eine, Lenihan, Einklang, Abbie Winters


6 Awesome New Bars in Berlin

It’s been a while since we shared a new selection of Berlin bars. But especially for the cold months, being aware of some cozy place that serves nice cocktails and drinks is especially practical. So check out the list below, including recommendations from Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte, and of course Kreuzkölln.   Dream Baby Dream   Dream Baby Dream, which opened just a little over a year ago, is one of our favorites in Prenzlauer Berg. With their handcrafted cocktails,  they reinvented the space t...
Tags: Drinks, Fashion, Berlin, Bars, Cocktails, Nightlife, Kreuzberg, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Neukölln, Lamm, Prenzlauer Berg Mitte, Kreuzkölln Dream Baby Dream Dream Baby Dream, Lamm Wisbyer Straße, Marie Springer Truffle Pig Bar Truffle Pig Bar, Truffle Pig Bar Reuterstraße


A Guide to Yoga & Mindfulness in Berlin Curated by Trusted Yoga Experts

photo: Hendrik Thul.  I am more than happy to notice our society’s new obsession with self-development, mindfulness and general mental hygiene. “Self Care” is not a niche anymore, it has become more of a common need. Even in Berlin, where our generation rather used to give in to pleasure and partying than nurturing thoughts on self-reflection. Now, practicing morning meditation daily with the or going for a healthy breakfast has become a trusted routine for many. Yoga – the mother of physica...
Tags: Wellness, Fashion, Berlin, Mindfulness, Yoga, Nico, Kevin, Caroline, Mitte, Berliner, Vinyasa, Schöneberg, Ditte, Rebecca Randak, Jivamukti Yoga, Hendrik Thul


5 of The Best Coworking Spaces In The World

Work remotely and want to travel the world? It sounds like a dream — and in this digital age it’s more possible than ever before. Our friend in travel, Blaine Omega, traveled the world for two years and along her way she curated golden city guides with information every digital nomad is dying to get their hands on. Explore these 5 digital nomad cities she picked as her favorites! #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; } /* Add y...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Bali, Berlin, Barcelona, Css, Paris, South America, Sagrada Familia, Bangkok, Mailchimp, Buenos Aires, Chiang Mai, Digital Nomad, Berlin Germany, Barcelona Spain


The 5 Best Cultural City Day Trips Close to Berlin

Although we deeply love Berlins every corner, from Wassertumplatz to Grunewald, we sometimes feel the need to get away for a weekend. Especially when the temperatures are as promisingly high, as they will be the upcoming May weekends. When Angry Chicken is no longer an option, clubbing grows redundant and meeting your friends at Holzmarkt really starts to bore you – we are right here for you to get you out of your Berlin blues. We thought about 5 charming cities to visit on the weekend, that are...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, Germany, Berlin, Poland, Dresden, Bauhaus, Leipzig, Weimar, Grunewald, Saxony, Mitte, Friedrich Nietzsche, Schiller, Dessau, Szczecin


The Best Chocolatiers of Berlin

Whether as nourishment for your nerves, a mood-lifter or a loving gift – chocolate is a special indulgence for every occasion. Us Germans truly love chocolate among all the other sweets the most. Per person, we eat about 9 kilos of chocolate each year – preferably full milk! For the sweet-toothed among our readers, we put together a great selection of the best chocolate makers and shops located in Berlin. I hope you have a piece of chocolate near you because, after this, you might be tempted to ...
Tags: Fashion, Berlin, Switzerland, Chocolate, Shops, Sweets, Belize, Kreuzberg, Charlottenburg, Mitte, Berlin Kreuzberg, Prenzlauer Berg, Peru Ecuador, Rausch, Rosenthaler Platz, Bikini Berlin


A Guide to Berlin’s Best Affordable Restaurants

In the last couple of years, Berlin’s gastronomic scene has certainly gained a lot in terms of diversity, originality and also quality. Understandably, this comes at a certain price. When I look at our listings of new restaurants of recent years the price tag for the most hyped new places has continuously risen. While it is probably a blessing for gastronomy entrepreneurs that people are finally spending more money on elaborate restaurant experiences – it also means that especially younger peopl...
Tags: Fashion, Pizza, Restaurants, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Asian, Vietnam, Trattoria, Parma, Hilde, Pino, Angela, Shani, Mitte, Görlitzer Park, Prenzlauer Berg


A Guide to Berlin Arthouse Cinemas

photo: Martin aka Maha / cc.  In a world where streaming services are so widespread that it is possible to watch any movie on laptops, phones, tablets or TVs, going to the cinema continues to be a unique experience. To go out and sit in theatres, especially in cozy and intimate ones, means to elevate the simple movie-watching to the pure pleasure of being dragged into a mix of sounds, colors and feelings that you probably will not get by simply sitting on your couch at home. We prepared a ...
Tags: Fashion, Movies, Germany, Berlin, Cinema, Sputnik, Kreuzberg, Babylon, Martin, Mitte, Kino, Prenzlauer Berg, Neukölln, Schöneberg, Friedrichshain, Film Festival


12 New Berlin Restaurants to Try Out in 2019

photo: CELL.  Not even a year has passed since our last new Berlin restaurants round-up of 2018. But my list of interesting new openings has already surpassed 10 so it’s about time for another one for 2019! The last couple of months have brought us quite an interesting wave of new gastronomic projects. Some hail from already established entrepreneurs while others are complete newbies in the food scene of the city. While recent years showed a slight tendency towards more exquisite places I f...
Tags: Fashion, Japan, New York, China, Restaurants, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Syria, Chinese, Wedding, Japanese, Dinner, Korean, Fine Dining, Isreal, Kreuzberg


How You Can Fight Off Excessively High Rents

Sponsored.  Renting an apartment in Berlin has become outrageously expensive and doesn’t fit the anti-capitalist flair that many residents are here for. In fact, rents in Berlin have almost doubled in the last 5 years. The more often I talk to friends about the situation, the more I get used to it. And that’s even scarier. The other day, a friend who recently moved to Berlin told me that, she pays a staggering 920€ for 35m2 in Sonnenallee. That’s over 25€ per sqm! Allegedly luxuriously renovat...
Tags: Fashion, Real Estate, Protest, Germany, Berlin, Hawaii, Stories, Gentrification, Rents, Apartment, Mitte, Caleb, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain, Jelle van Leest, Mietpreisbremse


The 10 best budget hotels in Berlin for 2019

Berlin has been one of Europe’s hottest budget destinations for years. With great neighborhoods, plenty of history, affordable restaurants, and a fun nightlife scene, what’s not to love for budget travelers? And although prices have kept up in recent years, there are still plenty of good deals — especially when it comes to hotels. We’ve combed through our listings to find the best cheap hotels in Berlin. More tips on Berlin budget travel: • 50 Ways to save on your trip to Germany • Tips for savi...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Berlin, Warhol, Budget Hotels, Hostel, Dailycheapo, Berlin Budget Tips, Berlin Hostel, Cheapos, Spree River, Mitte, Berlin Mitte, Berlin Hotels, Friedrichshain Doubles


O.A.K. – A Café to Fall in Love with in Neukölln

photo: Martina Trovato With all the cool and cozy cafes in Neukölln, O.A.K. definitely stands out as one of the most delightful. It’s not only the ideal place to sip a cup of a well-brewed Italian cappuccino while chatting with your friends, but also a nice spot to get some work done on your laptop and fill your belly with homemade delicacies. O.A.K. Cafè is run by a joyful Italian couple: Giulia and Martino (plus the cute glasses-wearing koala in a Hawaii shirt enjoying a coffee, the symbol o...
Tags: Coffee, Cake, Fashion, Berlin, Breakfast, Hawaii, Cafes, Parma, OAK, Mitte, Martino, Giulia, Prenzlauer Berg, Neukölln, Martina Trovato, Laura Beltran


My Top 11 Hostels in Berlin in 2019

Posted: 1/9/2019 | January 9th, 2019 Berlin is a gigantic city. It stretches over 883 square kilometers and is home to over 3.6 million people. I hated the city when I first visited it. I just couldn’t vibe with the city. But the more I came back, the more I grew to love it. Berlin is cheap (always a plus for me), it’s home to some of the best art, culture, music, festivals, and tech companies on the continent. The food scene has also really blown up in recent years and you’ll find some of th...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Berlin, Hostelworld, Kreuzberg, Don, Brandenburg Gate, Tiergarten, Mitte, East Side Gallery, St Christopher, Sachsenhausen, Prenzlauer Berg, Alexanderplatz, Neukölln, Friedrichshain


Philosophy Weiß, Konrad: Der christliche Epimetheus [german]. V1. 4.1.2019

Der christliche Epimetheus ist ein Versuch, die Tagespolitik in der Zeit vor und während Hitlers Machtübernahme im Lichte der Geschichtsphilosophie oder besser Geschichtstheologie von Konrad Weiß zu betrachten, und als solcher eine höchst eigenartige Mischung aus politischem Tagebuch, politischem Essay (unter konservativem Vorzeichen) und geschichtsphilosophischer Spekulation (unter christlichem Vorzeichen). Unter den schwierigen Büchern von Konrad Weiß ist es wahrscheinlich das schwierigste. Ma...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Mitte, Sinn, Kreisen, Weiß Konrad, Konrad Weiß, Vorlesungen, Kunstgeschichte Geschichte, Münchner Neuesten Nachrichten Bei, Bereich Bildende Kunst, Dichterkollegen wie Hofmannsthal Borchardt, Geschichtstheologie von Konrad Weiß, Konzepte, Katholiken, Hindenburg Wahl


My Top 11 Hostels in Berlin

Posted: 12/24/2018 | December 24th, 2018 Berlin is a gigantic city. It stretches over 883 square kilometers and is home to over 3.6 million people. I hated the city when I first visited it. I just couldn’t vibe with the city. But the more I came back, the more I grew to love it. Berlin is cheap (always a plus for me), it’s home to some of the best art, culture, music, festivals, and tech companies on the continent. The food scene has also really blown up in recent years and you’ll find some o...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Berlin, Wombats, Hostelworld, Kreuzberg, Don, Tiergarten, Mitte, East Side Gallery, St Christopher, Sachsenhausen, Prenzlauer Berg, Alexanderplatz, Neukölln, Friedrichshain


8bar do-it-all-road Mitte Steel is real, and ready for any road, cross or gravel adventure

The popular 8bar Mitte convertible all-road bike is back again, now simpler, more versatile, and this time in comfortable & durable Reynolds 520 steel. Developed as the only bike you need before all-road was really a thing, the Mitte is an affordable disc brake road bike that can be set up as an urban commuter, […] The post 8bar do-it-all-road Mitte Steel is real, and ready for any road, cross or gravel adventure appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Commuter, Mitte, Cyclocross, Gravel Bikes, Road Bike, Mitte Steel


Best Berlin Christmas Markets: The Ultimate Guide [Updated 2018]

What are the best Christmas markets in Berlin? Whether you're looking for a traditional German Christmas market or something a bit more offbeat, I offer here my handy Berlin Christmas Market guide based on our experience living in Berlin and being avid Christmas market fans. It has all the information you need to know, including dates and schedules of Berlin Christmas markets and notes on how to visit my authentic and local favorites — ones that will make your visit to Berlin during the Christma...
Tags: Travel, Germany, Berlin, Unesco, Estonia, Karl Marx, Beginners Guides, Dan, Potsdam, Grunewald, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Clayallee, Neukölln, Tegel Airport, Potsdam Winter


Best cities for street art

Every city has some form of graffiti. More often than not, it’s a handful of crude doodles or expletives, but most bigger metropolises around the world display graffiti that truly lives up to the classification of street art. Jaw-dropping, thought-provoking imagery brightens up neighborhoods from Melbourne to Reykjavik, showcasing serious talent, technique, and flair. These nine cities do urban art better than anyone else and attract visitors from far and wide to see what masterpieces their o...
Tags: Travel, Art, Australia, Berlin Wall, Berlin, United States, Poland, Philadelphia, Banksy, Melbourne, Kardashian, Street Art, Montreal, Reykjavik, Lisbon, Harlem


Berlin’s Coolest Boutique Hotels & Holiday Homes

25hours, photo: Stephan Lemke Over the years, we have given you plenty of tips on how to do Berlin on a budget – we’ve even provided you with this handy guide to our city’s most awesome hostels. But Berlin has more to offer than that – and we’ve got you covered when you feel like splashing some cash on your accommodation. Whether it’s your NYC friend asking you for advice on some fancy lodgings, or you’re searching for an apartment that’d be an escape from the city’s hustle and bustle without ...
Tags: Fashion, Berlin, Paris, Gorky, West Berlin, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Sigurd Larsen, Warschauer Straße, Bikini Berlin, Berlin Charlottenburg, Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin Mitte, Linnen, Gekko Group, Berlin Tiergarten