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Everything That’s Upset the Internet This Week

Everything That's Upset the Internet This Week

By Meghan McKenna Date October 14, 2018 icon-facebook icon-twitter What is the web-o-sphere angry about this week? A thin singer playing a fat girl icon, a gun control advocating actress acting with a gun, and a late music icon going on tour as a hologram. Here’s everything you need to know. Lady Gaga could be cast as Ursula THE STORY: Lady ...

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Project Period Member Holly Bantleman Period Poverty Open Letter

Project Period Member Holly Bantleman Period Poverty Open Letter

Project Period is a movement that has grown to maximise awareness around the growing problem of period poverty and bring progressive period policy onto the global agenda. The movement believes that ‘this is our period’ – now is the time to make sure that everyone woman that bleeds, anywhere in the world, has the products she needs. Holly Bantleman is ...

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Chanel No. 5 Rouge Allure Velvet Review & Swatches

Chanel No. 5 Rouge Allure Velvet

Reviews Oct 14, 2018October 14, 2018 No. 5 Chanel No. 5 Rouge Allure Velvet ($37.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a rich red with subtle, cool undertones and a satin finish. It had nearly opaque pigmentation with a smooth, velvety texture that was incredibly lightweight and thin without feeling clingy. The color applied evenly across my lips and never dragged or ...

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The Sustainable Beauty Specialist Who’s Inspired

The Sustainable Beauty Specialist Who's Inspired

The #ITGTopShelfie interview series focuses on the beauty routines of Into The Gloss’ lovely, accomplished, and loyal community of readers. Submit your own on Instagram—post your Top Shelfie (tag us @intothegloss!) and include the hashtag #ITGTopShelfie for a chance to be featured on ITG. “Hi, I’m Chris! (@tophcam) Nice to meet you. I live in Brooklyn, New York, but I’m ...

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The Top 5 Things To See in Prague When You Have Limited Time

The Top 5 Things To See in Prague When You Have Limited Time

Last September 2018 we traveled from Budapest to Prague as part of our great European Trip as I only got a 60-day Schengen Visa. With our tight schedule, we just had one full day to explore Prague. As our time was limited and the beautiful architecture of Prague seemed limitless, we compiled a list with the most important things to ...

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Viewpoints: Traveling as an Indian Woman with Shivya Nath

Viewpoints: Traveling as an Indian Woman with Shivya Nath

A post shared by Shivya Nath (@shivya) on Oct 9, 2018 at 3:35am PDT Welcome back to Viewpoints! This series profiles women travelers whose backgrounds are often overlooked by the general narrative, including traveling with a disability, traveling while overweight, and traveling as a person of color. Today we’re talking with Shivya Nath of The Shooting Star, an inspirational solo ...

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Medical Tourism in the pipeline for Seychelles? | Travel News

Medical Tourism in the pipeline for Seychelles? | Travel News

Seychelles is a country that has been earmarked for Medical Tourism, and this possibility has been raised over and over again.  The idyllic mid-ocean islands wait for a proper facility or an appropriate investor.  The world of niche tourism has confirmed that “Focus on Technology Innovations by Hospital Chains creates new Revenue Streams” for destinations and Seychelles is well placed ...

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Start Your Travel Dream Here – Chris Cruises

Start Your Travel Dream Here – Chris Cruises

Like this post? Share it please! I want this: Not this: American Airlines Flagship First Class Dining promises to deliver gourmet-quality burgers on the way to a stellar first class experience in the air. The New York City Wine & Food Festival (NYCWFF) celebrates the best of the culinary world including American’s very own Flagship Burger.  Flagship First Dining ...

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top Instagrams from September 2018 – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

top Instagrams from September 2018 – Lonely Planet's travel blog

A lone springbok against the harsh landscape of the Skeleton Coast, Namibia © Anywhere We Roam Framing vast, arid landscapes, natural phenomena and intricate architectural designs, our Instagramming Pathfinders sure have been snap-happy this month. From the wild west African coast to inner-city Berlin, here are the shots that made us look twice. Bali, Indonesia ‘Flying a drone sometimes almost ...

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