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Exclusive: The Cover FX Diverse Beauty Campaign That We Love

Cover FX It's all too common for beauty brands to offer foundations that range across 10, maybe 15, different shades. This is a problem because 10 or 15 different shades clearly don't account for everyone's distinct skin tone variations. To make matters worse, the variety of makeup tones aren't distributed equally; usually, it's people with darker skin tones who find themselves with fewer shade options to choose from.
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Skin

If You Aren't Using Emollients in Your Skincare, Are You Even Hydrated?

Imaxtree Prior to chatting with Christine Chang and Sarah Lee, co-founders of Glow Recipe and the authorities on all things dewy skin, I had been layering serums and essences with abandon, wrongly assuming that all this hydration was doing me a world of good. I'd been skipping cream moisturizers altogether after learning that they were responsible for my morning whiteheads and trusting active-packed hyaluronic acid serums and natural viscous essences to do the heavy lifting instead.
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Makeup

The Photogenic Trick Kendall Jenner Uses in Every Picture

It's no secret that Kendall Jenner looks great, well, always. Her style certainly helps-but her subtle yet statement-making photogenic trick also helps her look flawless in front of the camera. If you look closely, you'll notice she often tilts her head slightly to the right to frame her face and elongate her neck.
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Wellness

An Honest Account of My (Short-Lived) Attempt at Oil Pulling

Santiago & Mauricio I first heard about oil pulling a few months back while trying to figure out how to use coconut oil to fix my dry, damaged strands. “You can use it as a hair mask, but I prefer to use it for oil pulling,” one anonymous user wrote in the comments section. Intrigued, I quickly Googled “oil pulling” and spent the next 20 minutes reading about the ancient ayurvedic practice.
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Hair

10 Hairstyles to Ensure You Never Have a Bad Hair Day Again

There seems to be some cruel rule that ensures our hair only ever looks good when we have absolutely zero appointments in our calendar. And on days when we really, really need it to behave, knots, twists, and flips suddenly appear from thin air, and styling it can feel like such a behemoth of a task that we usually give up after five minutes (okay, 30 seconds).
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