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How well do you know your makeup brushes?

[viralQuiz id=4] Foundation Brush As the name suggests, this brush is designed for applying liquid foundation. Foundation brushes have tightly packed bristles of varying lengths to help achieve a smooth, non-streaky finish. You can apply foundation to your face and then use the brush to spread and blend or alternatively apply your foundation directly to […]

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Get Out Is the Most Profitable Movie So Far In 2017

Get Out has become 2017’s most profitable movie so far. Jordan Peele — known primarily for his sketch comedy series Key & Peele — made his directorial debut earlier this year with the horror film Get Out, which he also wrote and produced, with Jason Blum and Blumhouse Productions fronting the cost for the movie. […]

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How Many Of These Skin-Care Myths Have You Bought Into?

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iamCheyna Cookbook: Recipe # 1 Haitian Epis Seasoning

Haitian Epis is an essential part of Haitian cuisine; Epis is the base seasoning for majority of Haitian traditional dishes and is, incredibly easy to make. This recipe features fresh parsley, garlic, scallion, hot pepper, red bell pepper, green bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, thyme, cloves, olive oil, salt, maggie and black pepper.

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5 Steps to Making the Transitions From Relaxed to Natural Hair.

This is one of the hardest transitions your hair will ever undergo so you might want to be patient and ready when you’ve reached the decision to go natural. Some people make this decision because they either want natural combing hair or to grow dreadlocks. You have to remember a relaxer is permanent, whatever part […]

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How a much-hyped weight-loss surgery failed to fulfill the hype

How a much-hyped weight-loss surgery failed to fulfill the hype The once-popular lap band surgery is now one of the least performed weight loss procedures—and according to the latest research, it is the least effective, often requiring additional surgeries, Julia Belluz writes for Vox. Details on lap band surgery FDA approved the lap band in […]

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4 ways your job can ruin your health—and a doctor’s prescription for the problem

4 ways your job can ruin your health—and a doctor’s prescription for the problem When Ronesh Sinha, a physician, started observing diabetes and heart disease in younger professionals with healthy lifestyles, he realized that these kinds of diseases didn’t just stem from the traditional variety of risk behaviors—they were related to the “habits and behaviors […]

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Why it’s so hard to admit you’re wrong, according to science

You can chalk up that niggling feeling you get when you’re wrong to cognitive dissonance, Wong writes. According to Wong, cognitive dissonance is “the stress we experience when we hold two contradictory thoughts, beliefs, opinions, or attitudes.” As Carol Tavris, co-author of “Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me),” puts it, “Cognitive dissonance is what […]

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Why you should read restaurant reviews instead of their ratings.

First, before I continue, I want to highlight something… do not get the words grade and rating confused because, in the restaurant industry, a restaurant’s grade is different from a restaurant’s rating. A restaurant grade is what the Department of Health issued to restaurants based on the results of unannounced inspections they perform on them. […]

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What to do when your colleague becomes your boss

Don’t expect favoritism   It can be awkward when your peer becomes your supervisor, but it doesn’t have to be. Stanford University professor Robert Sutton and author Michel Watkins share their tips on how to handle the situation with Harvard Business Review‘s Amy Gallo. Get the tools to inspire your team to do their best work  1. Know […]

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