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Consumers being misled by labelling on ‘organic’ beauty products, report shows – The Guardian

The makers of many “organic” beauty products have been accused of confusing and meaningless labelling, according to a new survey in which 76% of consumers admitted they felt misled. According to the Soil Association’s recent market report, sales of organic health and beauty products swelled by more than 20% in 2016, with the market now worth about £61.2m in the UK. But the industry has put money into marketing products…

Posted: Monday, April 24, 2017

Makeup Artist Val Garland Is Rebelling Against the "Boring Perfection You See on Instagram" – W Magazine

Makeup artist Val Garland isn’t afraid of daring color. Or bold trends. In W‘s May 2017 issue, Garland combined the two in a fashion forward look. “Make-out mouth, or, as we say in England, snogged lips” is how she describes the cherry pout she painted on model He Cong. “It’s fresh, young, irreverent, and feels quite rebellious.” It’s also a backlash against all the “boring perfection you see on Instagram…

Posted: Monday, April 24, 2017

Ellen DeGeneres Gave A 12-Year-Old Makeup Artist An Amazing Surprise – Refinery29

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Posted: Monday, April 24, 2017

Saida’s Soap Museum: A Place to Discover 3000-Year-Old Secrets of Soap-Making – Sputnik International

Inside the museum, visitors can take a closer look at the ancient equipment used for creating handmade soap: stone vats for the preparation of soap solution, a platform for the formation and drying of layers and tools for cutting them into separate blocks. Among the showcased items, there are antique utensils exhibited in glass cases that were in use in centuries past. In addition, museum guests can watch a video about the history of the development of soap-making in Lebanon. To share all the details…

Posted: Monday, April 24, 2017

Florida teen dons Black Lives Matter prom dress – Fox News

A Florida teenager’s prom dress stood out from the rest Friday for its Black Lives Matter message. Milan Morris, 17, donned a floor-length gown that featured the images of young black people whose high-profile deaths led to nationwide protests, Essence.com reported. The dress, created by Florida-based designer Terrance Torrence, included images of Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland and Michael Brown, among others. Morris, from Palm Beach, is a senior…

Posted: Monday, April 24, 2017

Saida’s Soap Museum: A Place to Discover 3000-Year-Old Secrets of Soap-Making – Sputnik International

Inside the museum, visitors can take a closer look at the ancient equipment used for creating handmade soap: stone vats for the preparation of soap solution, a platform for the formation and drying of layers and tools for cutting them into separate blocks. Among the showcased items, there are antique utensils exhibited in glass cases that were in use in centuries past. In addition, museum guests can watch a video about the history of the development of soap-making in Lebanon. To share all the details…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Teen wears prom dress honoring Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, – Chron.com

Caption Close Seventeen-year-old Milan Morris in her prom dress. Seventeen-year-old Milan Morris in her prom dress. Photo: Instagram Milan Morris Milan Morris Photo: Instagram A Florida teen is proving that prom style can make a social statement. Last Saturday, Seventeen-year-old Milan Morris posted on Instagram a photo of her wearing a dress featuring black and white images of Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, Michael Brown, and others, who have died in…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Six facts about body hair that will surprise you – Lincoln Journal Star

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Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Rag & Bone “Hair” Screening After Party – Vogue.com

As one of New York’s leading fashion brands, Rag & Bone consistently leads the way on what’s cool and what’s now. And despite wearing many, many hats—womenswear, menswear, denim, irresistible basics, those covetable booties—the brand can now add filmmaking to its wheelhouse. On Friday night, Marcus Wainwright threw a private dinner party at Locanda Verde to celebrate the new short film Hair, not only as part of the brand’s latest…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Celebrity makeup secrets revealed – The Standard (press release)

ALSO READ: Formula for flawless foundation Ever wondered how celebrities manage to achieve sheer perfection with their makeup on the red carpet? Well, you are not alone. One thing is for sure, a lot of preparation goes into the individual looks. The good news is you too can achieve this level of perfection. Here’s a look at the tips and tricks stars employ to get red carpet ready. Quench your…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Saida’s Soap Museum: A Place to Discover 3000-Year-Old Secrets of Soap-Making – Sputnik International

Inside the museum, visitors can take a closer look at the ancient equipment used for creating handmade soap: stone vats for the preparation of soap solution, a platform for the formation and drying of layers and tools for cutting them into separate blocks. Among the showcased items, there are antique utensils exhibited in glass cases that were in use in centuries past. In addition, museum guests can watch a video about the history of the development of soap-making in Lebanon. To share all the details…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

GAME DAY: USA Meets Finland in U18 Gold Medal Game – USA Hockey

Finishing Against Finland Finland, the number one seed from Group A and defending tournament champion, went undefeated in preliminary round play and advanced to the gold-medal game with a pair of overtime victories in its quarterfinal matchup with the Czech Republic (5-4, OT) on Thursday (April 20) and its semifinal matchup with Russia (2-1, OT) on Saturday (April 22).  Forward Kristian Vesalainen (6-7-13) and defensemen Miro…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Ellen DeGeneres Interviews 12-Year-Old Makeup Artist | Teen Vogue – TeenVogue.com

Ellen DeGeneres is definitely known for her kind heart and generosity, and more evidence of that came this week when she bonded with Reuben de Maid, a 12-year-old boy who loves music and makeup. Reuben, who is from Llandaff, Wales, appeared on the talk show where he performed a crowd-pleasing rendition of the power ballad, “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going.” And on top of his impressive pipes,…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Saida’s Soap Museum: A Place to Discover 3000-Year-Old Secrets of Soap-Making – Sputnik International

Inside the museum, visitors can take a closer look at the ancient equipment used for creating handmade soap: stone vats for the preparation of soap solution, a platform for the formation and drying of layers and tools for cutting them into separate blocks. Among the showcased items, there are antique utensils exhibited in glass cases that were in use in centuries past. In addition, museum guests can watch a video about the history of the development of soap-making in Lebanon. To share all the details…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Rag & Bone “Hair” Screening After Party – Vogue – Vogue.com

As one of New York’s leading fashion brands, Rag & Bone consistently leads the way on what’s cool and what’s now. And despite wearing many, many hats—womenswear, menswear, denim, irresistible basics, those covetable booties—the brand can now add filmmaking to its wheelhouse. On Friday night, Marcus Wainwright threw a private dinner party at Locanda Verde to celebrate the new short film Hair, not only as part of the brand’s latest…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Saida’s Soap Museum: A Place to Discover 3000-Year-Old Secrets of Soap-Making – Sputnik International

Inside the museum, visitors can take a closer look at the ancient equipment used for creating handmade soap: stone vats for the preparation of soap solution, a platform for the formation and drying of layers and tools for cutting them into separate blocks. Among the showcased items, there are antique utensils exhibited in glass cases that were in use in centuries past. In addition, museum guests can watch a video about the history of the development of soap-making in Lebanon. To share all the details…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Rostraver in finals for Hockeyville USA – Tribune-Review

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Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Saida’s Soap Museum: A Place to Discover 3000-Year-Old Secrets of Soap-Making – Sputnik International

Inside the museum, visitors can take a closer look at the ancient equipment used for creating handmade soap: stone vats for the preparation of soap solution, a platform for the formation and drying of layers and tools for cutting them into separate blocks. Among the showcased items, there are antique utensils exhibited in glass cases that were in use in centuries past. In addition, museum guests can watch a video about the history of the development of soap-making in Lebanon. To share all the details…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Teen Wears Prom Dress Honoring Trayvon Martin, Black Lives Matter Movement – Essence.com

It’s prom season! And as one Florida teen showed, great style can also have a great message. Seventeen-year-old Milan Morris’ prom dress is gorgeous. But her outfit is getting particular attention because of the Black Lives Matter message it conveyed. RELATED: Teens Get Prom Dreams Answered With Designer Dress Fittting Morris’ floor-length gown, designed by Florida-based Terrance Torrence, featured black and white images of Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, Michael Brown, and…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Rostraver in finals for Hockeyville USA | TribLIVE – Tribune-Review

You are solely responsible for your comments and by using TribLive.com you agree to our Terms of Service. We moderate comments. Our goal is to provide substantive commentary for a general readership. By screening submissions, we provide a space where readers can share intelligent and informed commentary that enhances the quality of our news and information. While most comments will be posted if they are on-topic and…

Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017