Why Does Your Face Skin Look Oily after Moisturizing Creams?

If your skin glistens and even looks dirty after the moisturizing procedure, it’s time to change the care products. Why can a moisturizer make my skin oily? Sometimes a moisturizer can give a sheen and make the face oily, and this is not normal. Most likely, the jar contains hydrophobic substances, and your skin reacted…

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5 Most Common Mistakes You Make When Using Dry Shampoo

Many do not imagine their life without dry shampoo at all – this is how an express cleanser for the head and volume helps them. But do we all know how to use the product correctly? We completely replace ordinary shampoo with dry shampoo Dry shampoos are absorbent products, so their main task is to…

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Remembering Fashion’s Greatest Love Story at Isabel Toledo’s Memorial

Late Monday afternoon, New York’s creative communities met in Hell’s Kitchen at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. There were writers and dancers, actors and musicians, from uptown and downtown, all drawn together by the memory of one woman: the designer Isabel Toledo, who died in August of breast cancer. She was as close to an artist…

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With Five Children and Eight Grandchildren, the Nest Wasn’t Empty

Conventional wisdom holds that empty nesters don’t need as much space as they did when they were raising children, so it makes sense to downsize. But not everyone finds that to be the case. When Richard and Jennifer Sands moved into a duplex condominium at the Seagate Residences in Delray Beach, Fla., in 2009, it…

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What Do Gen Z Shoppers Want? A Cute, Cheap Outfit That Looks Great on Instagram

For every Greta Thunberg and school-skipping climate change protester, there is another member of Generation Z buying inexpensive clothes on a smartphone. Their purchasing choices — fueled by influencer culture and catered to by a new wave of ultra-fast-fashion retailers such as Fashion Nova, PrettyLittleThing and Missguided (responsible for a £1 bikini that sold out…

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On New Zealand’s Stunning West Coast, the Beauty Doesn’t Stop

The 52 Places Traveler For Stop #47, the 52 Places Traveler reveled in nature unleashed on the new Paparoa Track, where alpine forests and craggy peaks give way to dense rainforest. Dec. 17, 2019 Video transcript Back transcript Trekking Through New Zealand’s South Island Produced by Meg Felling and Sebastian Modak [MUSIC PLAYING] I’m not…

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The Leotard Queen

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — “We’re very self-conscious about our bodies, and we’re fighting that every day.” So said Misa Kuranaga, a principal dancer with the San Francisco Ballet, one day in December by phone. She was in the midst of rehearsing the role of the Sugar Plum Fairy for the annual “Nutcracker” production and ruminating…

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Teaching Teens to See Eating as Part of the Natural World

A cacophony of slapping noises filled the food lab at the High School for Environmental Studies in Manhattan one afternoon in late October. “Think of all the hands that have done this for thousands of years,” said Andrew Margon, an English teacher, as his students energetically pummeled lumps of corn masa into tortillas. The students…

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Letter of Recommendation: Cheap Sushi

For several years in the early 2000s, I made mediocre sushi at a Japanese restaurant in suburban Virginia. I never intended to take up the knife; I never thought I could. I started as a dishwasher, and when I made it into the kitchen, I mostly prepared yakitori and tempura. But then one busy night,…

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Flu during pregnancy: What to know

Influenza (flu) can be dangerous. Although everyone is at risk of contracting the flu, those who are pregnant or have just given birth are much more susceptible to the more severe effects of the illness. Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant during flu season should get their flu shot. The flu shot may…

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