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The beauty world has gone pretty New Age on us as of recent, and we’re one hundred percent here for it. Take, for example, crystals—suspended in serums, incorporated into facials, and even in Glossier's
Blink and you might miss the new film “My Cousin Rachel”; the Daphne du Maurier adaptation will be buried unceremoniously between blockbusters this summer, that period when studios scuttle smaller movies
Sure, you can spell “exfoliation”—in Korean. You can cite the RPM of the Dyson hair-dryer. And when someone says she likes her Fetish with a touch of Orgasm? You know the statement is entirely PG. But
Prepare yourself to see devices for nearly everything you do in your home. Love aroma therapy? There's now a device and app for it. Enjoy brewing beer? Take it to the next level and make cider instead.
Do you get incredibly nervous in job interviews? Does the thought of talking in front of a group of people freak you out? Maybe you just want to believe in yourself more than you do right now. No matter
If you're looking to lose weight, celebrity trainer Joel Harper recommends serving up soup for dinner. "Liquids are already broken down," he says, which means your body has to do less work when it comes
While smartphones make it easier than ever before to dial 911, and smartwatches include features like SOS, sometimes you just want the people in your life to know where you are before something bad happens.
Hadid, Bella This time sans Gigi, Hadid's again stealing the show for Fendi spring 2017 as the face of the house's new, Karl Lagerfeld-lensed campaign. Herrera, Carolina Somehow generating even more buzz
Hello 2017! I am so psyched for this year to start. Not because 2016 was so horrible, but because I am so sick of people saying it was. Not that 2016 wasn’t awful. There was a lot of loss: our nation’s
Winter wreaks havoc on all sorts of things: our skin, our hair, our commitment to starting a new exercise regimen, even our mental state and emotional well-being. But let's forget most of those things
You may have noticed them at the register of your local bookseller — very small, handsome paperback books of irregular trim, with plain covers in bold colors. Often stopping short at a breezy 150 pages,
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The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. This list represents books reviewed since Dec. 6, 2015, when we published our previous Notables
Delaware, Ohio (CNN) — Donald Trump said Thursday he will accept the results of next month's election if he wins, a caveat that threatens to cast unprecedented doubt on the legitimacy of the electoral