Kelly Huang

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The Best Shadows and Liners for Every Eye Color

You’ve heard the age-old saying: The eyes are the windows to our souls. Since this idiom about one of our most dominant features seems to ring true, …

The Complete Guide to Where to Put Your Eye Makeup

Finally, an easy way to decode those complicated tutorials.<p>Eyeliner, eye shadow, blending brushes — oh my! Learning to use eye makeup is no easy task, even for seasoned beauty buffs. If you have a tough time decoding all those tricky makeup tutorials, I have an easy guide to each part of the eye so …

The Unfairness of Bento Boxes, Origins of the Starbucks Lady, and More Long Reads

Tricked and Indebted on Land, Abused or Abandoned at Sea<br>The New York Times<p>No country exports more seafarers than the Philippines, which provides roughly a quarter of them globally. More than 400,000 Filipinos sought work last year as officers, deckhands, fishermen, cargo handlers and cruise …

The Power Of Color and Color Harmonies In Composition

Retouching: Natalia Taffarel ©Javiera Eyzaguirre ESTUDIOFE CHILE 2015<p>About two weeks ago, we hosted a workshop with the amazing Natalia Taffarel. …

10 Things Every Woman Should Have in Her Closet by the Time She Turns 30

By the time you turn 30, there's a whole host of life experiences you've likely had (some you wanted, some you could do without). And while a life-long bucket list has plenty of soul-searching type items to tick off, it's not fair to ignore the importance of your closet. When you enter your fourth …

Clothing

Baby Dinosaurs Hatched Into a World of Danger

In 1985, three years before Littlefoot and gang would set off for The Great Valley, paleontologist Jack Horner, writer James Gorman, and artist Doug Henderson told the story of a different baby dinosaur on a perilous journey. Her name was Maia – short for <i>Maiasaura</i> – and while her adventure was …

Should Human Stem Cells Be Used To Make Partly Human Chimeras?

An intense debate has flared over whether the federal government should fund research that creates partly human creatures using human stem cells.<p>The National Institutes of Health declared a moratorium in late September on funding this kind of research. NIH officials said they needed to assess the …

Forget Manicures—Why Brides Are Opting for Some Unusual Pre-Wedding Activities

Once upon a time, primping and pampering were the main activities for the bride and her bridal party before walking down the aisle. But these days, brides are looking to upgrade the wedding weekend experience by going a different, more unexpected route with their activities.<p>For example, Lindsay …

The Perfect Formula For Brewing Coffee, Down To The Gram

Never drink another bad cup.<p>There's no doubt that coffee culture has reached an unprecedented level of snobbery. But that elitism also happens to produce one fine cup of java. Anyone who loves coffee (and we're pretty sure that's everyone reading this) knows that a perfectly brewed cup of coffee is …

Coffee

Spoiler: 'The Bachelorette' has been ruined and Australia may not recover

WARNING: SPOILER. SPOILER. SPOILER.<p><i><br>UPDATE: Thursday, Oct. 22, 9:35 p.m. AEST: Late on Thursday night, Channel Ten won a court injunction to have the</i> …

The Android smartphone that promises you'll never run out of storage is available to pre-order

Deleting photos, apps and other random downloads you’d forgotten about might be par for the course for smartphone owners (pretty much everyone, then) but Nextbit’s cloud-first ‘Robin’ device is now available to pre-order and promises that deleting your data to free up space is a thing of the …

Android News

Animation shows how a black hole destroys a star

An incredible animation demonstrates how a star would be ripped apart if it got too close to a black hole in space<p>They’re not called black holes for nothing.<p>An artist’s rendering demonstrates new findings about what happens when a star wanders too close to a black hole.<p>“Intense tidal forces rip the …

Meet the Backstage Doll That’s Fueling a Model-Selfie Obsession

This morning, backstage at Chanel Spring 2016, <b>Soo Joo Park</b> posed pretty with an alabaster white, headphone-donning doll—which, like the model, sported metallic blue eyeshadow swiped across its eyes like a visor. A few days before that, the Kewpie-like creature was seen at Elie Saab with bronzed …

Cut-and-paste ‘tattoo’ monitors health 24/7

Engineers have figured out how to mass produce an inexpensive wearable patch that continuously monitors vital signs for health and performance …

Classrooms from around the world

Schools have reopened, with around 2 million pupils heading back to classrooms after a three-month summer break. Nearly three years after Taliban gunmen shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist last week urged world leaders gathered in New York to help millions more children …

MacArthur 'genius' grant winner creates artificial leaves that photosynthesize

It took nature millions of years to figure out how to turn energy from the sun into chemical energy that can be stored for a cloudy day - a process known as photosynthesis.<p>It took Peidong Yang, a chemist at UC Berkeley, about 10 years to accomplish a similar feat with the help of semiconductor …