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What The Pros Are Buying During The Sephora Sale

What The Pros Are Buying During The Sephora Sale

Contains affiliate links.  The 20% off sale starting at Sephora on November 3 for Rouge shoppers is practically a holiday for beauty lovers. With so many glittering, gorgeous pans of pigment to choose from, what you should add to your cart can be a daunting task. I’ve asked fellow bloggers, makeup artists and aficionados what makeup is making their list.    ...

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A 4 Day Suggusted Itinerary

A 4 Day Suggusted Itinerary

Updated: 07/27/2018 | July 27th, 2018 Hong Kong. Its name inspires visions of a chaotic, jam packed city with soaring skyscrapers, thick smog, endless noodle stands, big finance, and wild nights out. It’s one of my top five favorite cities in the world, and I relish any chance to visit. The fast pace creates a sense of permanent change, and ...

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Asian cities are now outranking European and American cities on tourist arrivals | Travel News

Asian cities are now outranking European and American cities on tourist arrivals | Travel News

Asian cities had outnumbered their counterparts in Europe and America in terms of international tourist arrivals in 2017, according to leading data and analytics company a. Asia was represented by seven cities—Bangkok, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur and Shenzhen—while Europe, Middle East and America were limited to one city each—with London, Dubai and New York City respectively. Depreciation ...

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Special feature: The Hayloft, Cumrew, Eden Valley, Cumbria, UK

Special feature: The Hayloft, Cumrew, Eden Valley, Cumbria, UK

By Paul Johnson on Jul 29, 2018 in Accommodation, Attractions, Europe, Family Travel, Featured, Going Out, Leisure Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, United Kingdom, Vacation Rentals, Western Europe Our latest trip was to the Eden Valley on the eastern side of Cumbria. Whilst many visitors to the county head for the Lake District, areas that are peripheral to the UK’s newest ...

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Peloton Is Going Big—or About to Bust

Peloton Is Going Big—or About to Bust

“What’s up, hustlers! I’m Robin, this is DJ John Michael, and welcome to this 45-minute live DJ ride!” Robin Arzon is already pumping her legs on the stationary bike, facing the class dead-on while John Michael bobs in place next to her, queuing up music. “We are gonna bring you so many good vibes, and if you are joining us ...

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3 Summer Trends You Need To Try Now

3 Summer Trends You Need To Try Now

07.30.18 I often watch movies just because of their setting and / or costumes (do you guys too?!), and while Honor napped the other afternoon – it was too boiling to go outside – I got my Italy fix re-watching Under the Tuscan Sun (The Talented Mr Ripley is next!). It gave me so much fashion inspiration, and what a ...

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ICW 2018: Reynu Taandon’s Surprise Return And Rohit Bal’s Continued Reign | Verve Magazine

ICW 2018: Reynu Taandon’s Surprise Return And Rohit Bal’s Continued Reign | Verve Magazine

Fashion When you’ve been seeing fashion shows ever since fashion weeks began in the country, all but the most standout of collections fade from memory very quickly. Designers who create memorable shows consistently become your favourites, and others are dismissed with a flick of the wrist…stylists don’t source from them for glossy magazine shoots, and reputed PR companies are wary ...

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Best & Must-Have Cruelty-Free Makeup Brands

Best & Must-Have Cruelty-Free Makeup Brands

Cruelty-free makeup products are way easier to find than you may think! Going cruelty-free with your beauty routine will not only save animals from harsh experiments but also help you stick to products that are healthier for your body. Many of these brands are also vegan, or have vegan options! Be kind to the planet as well as your body ...

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