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Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020 02:06
On Tuesday, a colossal explosion shook the Lebanese capital of Beirut severely damaging and demolishing the city’s port. For up to six miles away from the blast, parts of the city saw a jarring and overwhelming impact from the blast. By the next morning, more than 100 people were declared dead, over 4,000 people injured, and hundreds reported missing. Videos began circulating the internet shortly after the explosion which happened in the evening local time. Footage of the mushroom cloud, a second explosion, and resulting shock wave went viral and have been viewed by millions worldwide. Meanwhile, officials are still searching for answers about what happened. Abbas Ibrahim, the chief of Lebanese general security, said the blast might have be.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020 02:00
Alicia Keys’ naturally glowy complexion has always made us wonder what beauty products the singer-songwriter has in rotation, even before she first committed to going without makeup in 2016. Now, Keys’ dedication to the beauty revolution is going one step further with the upcoming launch of a lifestyle beauty brand, announced today in conjunction with e.l.f. Beauty.Not to be mistaken for a collaboration, Keys will be launching her very own brand under the e.l.f. Beauty portfolio, which acquired W3LL People earlier this year. The company dropped the news today, revealing that the line is expected to launch in 2021. “We are beyond thrilled to leverage our strengths to help realise Alicia’s vision, as it not only aligns with our mission to mak.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020 01:58
Venus, the planet of love, social awareness, and money, is finally exiting its extended four-month stay in Gemini. Its next stop is emotional Cancer on August 7, where it will stay until September 5, says Narayana Montúfar, senior astrologer at Astrology.com. “During the time Venus was retrograde in intellectual Gemini, we experienced an overload of information regarding our society’s overall value system, as well as many of the injustices that have been taking place for way too long,” Montúfar reminds Refinery29. And she’s right — for the past few months, the U.S. has been reckoning with our history of racial oppression and injustice, police brutality, and disparities in healthcare made apparent by the coronavirus pandemic. Now it’s time f.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020 01:55
The first time I was introduced to tea leaf readings was through Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban at the ripe age of 8. And I’ll be honest — Professor Trelawney’s reaction to finding out that Harry had “the grim” in his teacup (an omen of death) was a pretty scary scene for me at the time. But reading tea leaves isn’t just a spooky part of your favourite fantasy franchise — it’s a real practice, and a divination tool that’s not just used by fictional wizards at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.Sandra Mariah Wright and Leanne Marrama, two Salem-based witches and authors of Reading the Leaves: An Intuitive Guide to the Ancient Art and Modern Magic of Tea Leaf Divination, believe that anyone who wants to can use this divinati.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020 01:50
There's something wonderfully satisfying about seeing how some of our most beloved music is made. Even if the process is messy or fraught with drama — as these things often go in the music world — it can be fascinating to see the seed of an idea or a burst creative inspiration grow into to a beautifully packaged product that stands the test of time. One of the newest peeks behind the curtain comes in the form of the Showtime documentary The Go-Go's. The film, directed by Alison Ellwood, shows the meteoric rise to fame of the legendary '80s all-female band and their eventual dissolution, all the way to the present, in which they're making new music together for the first time in almost two decades. The Go-Go's joins a pantheon of a what is c.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020
There’s no denying the transformative power of moisturiser. Without it, skin can often appear dull and dry or feel uncomfortably tight and rough to the touch. Staple ingredients in lots of moisturisers on the market almost always include hyaluronic acid for deep hydration, vitamin C for brightening skin and protecting against pollution, and sunscreen for shielding skin from UV rays. But there’s one skincare ingredient everyone’s googling right now, and it’s a little more under the radar than the aforementioned beauty buzzwords. Enter: glycerin. What are the skincare benefits of glycerin?Okay, glycerin doesn’t exactly sound sexy, especially if you know it as an old remedy for coughs and sore throats. But in skincare, it has the ability to ma.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020
Recipes shared in home kitchens and passed between generations inform the way we eat just as much as the recipes we follow online. To celebrate this, we’re interviewing the chefs, home cooks and food writers we love, where we’ll be talking about how the food we make intermingles with ideas of tradition and cultural heritage.This week, we speak with MiMi Aye, the food writer behind Noodle! 100 Amazing Authentic Recipes and Mandalay: Recipes & Tales From A Burmese Kitchen.I’m not someone to whom writing recipes comes very naturally. I am in the great tradition of people that don’t like measuring things and find it quite arduous. When I was writing both my books, having to sit down and weigh things was genuinely quite painful. But I like being.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020
When most people think of TikTok, they imagine a bunch of Gen Zs posting dance routines, making whipped coffee tutorials and doing silly viral challenges but for many queer Muslims across the world, the digital platform has become a unique space where they can express themselves wholly and embrace all aspects of their identity.As you scroll through this corner of the internet, you’ll find one video which shows a young Muslim woman lip-synching "mama said that it was okay" to a caption that reads "being hijabi lesbian".
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/06/2020
In the wake of 2020’s Black Lives Matter movement, many fashion brands expressed solidarity with the Black community, posting vague BLM-adjacent sentiments, blacked out squares and regurgitated hashtags on their social media platforms. Yet these are the same brands which have exploited BIPOC (Black, indigenous and people of colour) while expecting the very same communities to buy their products. These empty displays of support are particularly deceptive in the sustainable fashion sector, which projects an image of harmony and equality when the story is in fact far more complex. By now it is no secret that the fashion industry, particularly fast fashion, is built on the oppression of Black and brown bodies. From damaging labour practices to
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/05/2020 12:27
Guilherme dos Santos was 36 when he first noticed clumps of his brown hair falling out in the shower. His father had gone bald in his thirties, and a panicky dos Santos became convinced he would meet the same fate. After some gentle encouragement from his wife, he began stocking up on hair-thickening shampoos and, when they failed, he took to Google and came across a clinic in Turkey advertising “miracle” hair transplants. They even offered to pick patients up from Istanbul airport, plus a night of recovery in a five-star hotel, all for £2,000 – significantly less than the £6,000 to £13,000 charged for similar procedures at UK clinics. “It was so cheap, it stunned me,” remembers dos Santos, a taxi driver who lives in Bracknell, Berkshire, w.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/05/2020 10:45
I am not available for sex. Unbelievably these are words I had to write on my LinkedIn profile this week. Like many freelancers I am used to being out of work for periods, so when lockdown came I thought “I’ve got this”. Working in PR & events my industry was totally shut down due to Covid - and is only just starting to show shoots of recovery now. I expected this. What I did not expect was to be sat in floods of tears after a potential work message left me feeling shaken and violated, with two tear-dampened basset hounds refusing to leave my side. The cause was a What’s App message I received, asking if I was still looking for work. As most of my jobs start this way I felt hopeful. Maybe at last things were returning to normal? I excitedly.
Yahoo Style (UK) 08/05/2020 05:36
British holidaymakers told to quarantine on their return to the UK have told Telegraph Travel that the Government is failing to enforce the rules, with some saying they have not been contacted at all since arriving home. We spoke to a clutch of travellers about their experience of arriving at UK airports in recent weeks, with some returning from Portugal and Spain – both countries where the 14-day quarantine rule applies. Of those required to self-isolate for two weeks, only two have been contacted by the authorities to ensure they were staying home. Many more were not even asked to fill in the appropriate track-and-trace form at the airport. Under the rules introduced in June, Britons returning to the UK from countries not on the ‘travel c.

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