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    THERE'S a magic working blush on the market that changes color when you apply it to your skin. Content creator Roxi has tried the product, which is green straight out of the bottle, and was wowed by the results. 3A content creator has tried the viral green color-changing blush from TikTokCredit: YOUTUBE/Roxxsaurus 3She was impressed by the resultsCredit: YOUTUBE/Roxxsaurus "I don't know if I'm living under a rock, but I'm pretty sure this has been viral for a while now," Roxi said in a YouTube video. "It's a color-changing blush." She unpackaged the Byo Blush ($36) from the beauty brand Youthforia. "And this is called the chemical reaction color-changing blush oil. So it's actually an oil and it's green. Never have I ever seen a green blush. This is kind of crazy. "Essentially what happens is when this oil comes into contact with your cheek, it pretty much changes to your perfect blush color. I mean we've seen that with lipsticks and stuff, but I've never seen it on a blush. So this is really cool." Read more...
    A WOMAN has claimed she's so pretty, other women hate her for being better-looking than them. In a world that seems to be preoccupied with looks and perfection, being beautiful is not as easy as it might seem... 4According to the young Dane, being this pretty is no easy taskCredit: tiktok/@pernillemarkhaldborg 4Pernille claimed that her beauty is the only reason other women hate herCredit: tiktok/@pernillemarkhaldborg At least, this is what Pernille Mark Haldborg, from Denmark, thinks, claiming that other women continuously envy her stunning looks. The Danish ginger took it to TikTok to reveal what life really is like when you're as ''pretty'' as her - and it's not all roses. According to Pernille, whose videos have amassed more than 106,000 likes on social media, being the ''pretty'' girl is not always ''fun''. ''Other girls hate you,'' she said in a video, adding that fellow females can't stand her ''only for that reason''. read more beauty storiesCOULDN'T MAKE IT UP I hated my wonky hairline so plucked it then filled it in with make-up Sat in a black hoodie and...
    A woman has sparked an online debate about 'pretty privilege' after asking whether attractive women know their 'ugly' counterparts are treated differently. The anonymous woman took to UK-based parenting forum Mumsnet to garner different opinions on the topic after her conventionally beautiful friend insisted any woman could go into a bar and be chatted up by a man.  The poster insisted this is an example of 'pretty privilege' because it is something only experienced by attractive people.  A number of people responded to say there are clear examples of pretty privilege, from 'easier' job interviews to finding partners online.   However, others felt that good looks come with their own problems, including a lot of unwanted attention, with one person describing beauty as a 'poisoned chalice'. Mumsnet users have debated whether beautiful women are treated differently to others - and whether 'pretty privilege' is an advantage or a burden (stock image) An anonymous woman posted on Mumsnet, asking people whether beautiful women realise their 'ugly' counterparts are treated differently The original post said: 'My friend (who is very beautiful) got into a relationship not...
    New York Times correspondent and CNN analyst Maggie Haberman said the January 6 hearings have made a “pretty astonishing” case against former President Donald Trump, even if its ability to change anyone’s mind is “an open question.” Haberman was among the millions who were transfixed by Thursday night’s primetime hearing of the January 6 committee, as witnesses and video clips told the harrowing, outrageous, and occasionally comical tale of the 187 minutes between the start of the riot and Trump’s tepid effort at calling it off — and beyond. On Friday morning’s edition of CNN’s New Day, Haberman joined co-anchors John Berman and Kaitlan Collins to give her analysis of the hearings thus far. Collins noted that committee Vice-Chair Liz Cheney stressed that Trump “is not someone who has gone away from political life. He is the frontrunner for the Republican Party for 2024.” Haberman agreed, and detailed “warning signs” she’d seen, such as Trump’s effort to promote the idea he would be “reinstated” in 2021: I reported last year that Donald Trump was telling people that he expected to be reinstated in...
    A WOMAN who got an intricate fine line tattoo has revealed how it heals after a few years - and it's not good. Saara, was left disappointed to say the least when her detailed cathedral tattoo eventually healed. 3Saara loved her fine line tattoo when she first got itCredit: TikTok/@forsberglol 3But a year on - it did not heal the way she wanted it toCredit: TikTok/@forsberglol Responding to a TikTok video asking to see how fine line tattoos look after a few years - she shared her experience. The original video asked: "I keep seeing all of these fine line, incredibly detailed minuscule tattoos on my For You Page. "They're so pretty, do not get me wrong but I just want to see one of those a year out, fully healed. "I want to see it all jumbled together and mushed up and faded together, I want to see." READ MORE BAD TATTOO STORIESTAT'S AWKS I wanted a VERY simple date tattoo…it’s terribleTATT'S AWKS I got a tattoo of my hero but it was such a fail, people never know...
    FAT is a word that many of us will refrain from using.  Especially when describing others, it’s seen as not a very nice word to use. 2Victoria Birchard describes herself as "fat" and "sexy"Credit: TikTok/ victoria.0153 2Victoria wants to encourage others to feel confident in their own skinCredit: TikTok/ victoria.0153 However, one woman doesn’t hold back from using the term and describes herself as “fat” and “sexy”. Victoria Birchard took to TikTok to upload a body confident clip - revealing that she loves her body regardless of size.  Victoria has 14.7k followers and wants to encourage others to love their bodies too.  The body confident babe recently uploaded a video with the caption ‘I’m fat but I’m sexy’. In the video she a wore a cropped Victoria Secret PINK jumper and a pair of matching bottoms. The babe’s belly was slightly on show as she posed for the camera in a garden. Victoria placed her hands on her hips and lip synced to a sound, miming: “Some girls may have issues with their bodies, but maybe they are not as...
    IT'S no surprise that settling on a tattoo design can be months or even years in the making. After all, it's a big decision to make seeing as it'll be inked on your body for life. 3Tiffany Ann, who is from the US, took to TikTok and explained how she went to a tattoo parlour and showed the artist several photos of the flower design she was after (pictured)Credit: tiktok.com/@tiffanyann111 3However, the tattoo artist's interpretation of the images what something very different to what Tiffany Ann could ever have imaginedCredit: tiktok.com/@tiffanyann111 Tiffany Ann, who is from the US, took to TikTok and shared a series of photos that she sent her tattoo artist to give him an idea of what she wanted. However, what she ended up with was something very different. In a second clip posted on social media, she explained: "I get I probably should’ve said something." "I get that it’s my body, my life, and it’s stuck on me." READ MORE ON BAD TATTOOS CONFETTI EVERYWHERE I'm a tattoo artist & gave my client RAINBOW freckles MISS...
    IT can be difficult to make friends in the school playground - for mums as well as children. And one mum has taken to TikTok to complain after repeatedly being excluded by the other parents at her child's school. 3Steph took to TikTok to express her frustrations at being excluded by other school mumsCredit: Tik Tok/stephthecoolmom 3When people said it was because she's pretty, Steph insisted she's "not pretty enough to be intimidating"Credit: Tik Tok/stephthecoolmom "No one has ever talked to me at my kids games. I’m not included in these mom groups," Steph wrote over a clip of herself smiling and then looking upset. She captioned the clip: "I'm friendly.. I think" and added the hashtag #teenmomproblems. She was a teenager when she had her daughter, who is now 16, and welcomed a baby son last September. Steph also added in a pinned comment: "Just FYI - it's always been this way, and yes.. I have made attempts. I'm very outgoing but..." 3Steph added that she's tried to interact with the other mums, without...
    A WOMAN, with missing front teeth, announced that she 'wins at catfishing' after showing pre and post glow-up footage. Influencer and model Lilyy Mango frequently shares videos of herself before she's put her false teeth in, in order to highlight the difference. 2Lilyy Mango regularly shares content without her teeth on TikTokCredit: /@lilyymagno/Tiktok 2The TikToker announced that she 'wins at catfishing'Credit: @lilyymagno/Tiktok In a recent TikTok video she lip-synced into the camera without her front teeth in and then showed a shot of herself all glammed up. She uploaded the video with the caption: "We all win #embracethegap." The 25-year-old TikToker regularly shares videos showing what she looks like without her false teeth in place. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Fans were quick to comment on the brave and honest videos. One said: "Wow you are so gorgeous you are not even close to a catfish." Another said: "You so pretty I think ur pretty ether way!!" Most read in LifestyleOH MY POD! Joe Rogan SAVAGES Meghan, calling her a 'hussy' who 'ruined'...
    Attractive women have revealed how they have been given cash, free concert tickets and even better healthcare thanks to 'pretty privilege'.  Women from around the world have taken to TikTok in recent months to swap stories of the perks they've enjoyed simply because they are conventionally good looking, from free drinks to kinder treatment from strangers.  'Pretty privilege is about how people who are thought to be more attractive, according to society's norms, tend to receive more affirmation, validation,' pyschotherapist Lucy Beresford explained to FEMAIL. 'Or they might receive actual tangible benefits such as fame, fortune or romance.' TikTok user Anjola Fagbemi, who lives in Chicago, shared a TikTok recounting everything she had a received in a single summer as a result of her 'pretty privilege'. She claims she received concert tickets, free taxi rides, meals out and rounds of cocktails, solely because of her looks.  However other TikTok users who admitted to benefitting from 'pretty privilege' argued there are downsides, with some posters claiming they are more likely to be victims of sexual assault or harassment, struggle to make...
    A few years ago I started on antidepressants. I dithered for many years about taking meds—for a variety of reasons. I was suspicious of Big Pharma. I was convinced the drugs wouldn’t do much for my mental and emotional health—after all, nothing ever had before. And somewhere, in the back of my mind, going on antidepressants seemed like a copout. Shouldn’t I be able to power through to optimal mental health by dint of my preternaturally stiff Upper Midwestern lip? Fortunately, thanks to the gentle wheedling of a compassionate (non-Midwestern) therapist, I eventually relented, and she referred me to a psychiatrist who could hook me up. I cried during my first psychiatric appointment when the doctor said she’d seen plenty of people whose lives had been completely transformed by meds. Up until that point, nothing had been able to clear the black—or, at the very least, gray—cloud that had followed me around for as long as I could remember. My official diagnosis was dysthymia—aka persistent depressive disorder. It’s a dry technical term that, for me, translated into a perduring, unshakable feeling that life simply wasn’t...
    It was uglier than it needed to be for most of the afternoon against a New York Jets defense that entered last in the NFL in total and scoring defense, No. 31 in pass defense and 29 in rush defense — and was starting a 36-year-old quarterback that had barely played all season. But nonetheless, it was enough for the Miami Dolphins to go into MetLife Stadium and earn a road win in the AFC East, 24-17, over the Jets on Sunday. “It’s always good to win,” Dolphins coach Brian Flores said. “Our guys played hard for 60 minutes. We knew it would be a tough game and a tough environment against a tough team, and that’s what we got. We were able to make a few more plays than they made.” Miami (4-7) won a third consecutive game after victories over the Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens, expanding on midseason momentum that truly came to fruition with the Thursday night upset of Baltimore on Nov. 11. In their first of two against the Jets (2-8),...
    ONE party girl says that she makes a living off going out because wealthy men enjoy having such a good looking guest at their party. 24-year-old Erica North, from Oregon USA, was an unemployed student when she got scouted as an 'atmosphere model' which means that it is her job to make groups of people look more attractive at parties. 3Erica is hired for her beautiful looks 3The model loves to party on "someone else's dime." As she doesn't live in the bigger cities such as New York or Los Angeles, Erica is what is known as a "fly-in" model. This means that she is flown in from Oregon to attend corporate events, private parties or venues where she makes sure the guests are happy and a good atmosphere is created, Erica expenses such as flights, hotel, drinks, food and transportation are all covered by the client who books her. “Atmosphere modelling is really a fun way to do the things I already want to do just on someone else's dime,” Erica tells the Daily Star. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A...
    Containers are stacked on the deck of cargo ship Seamax New Haven as it is under way in New York Harbor in New York City, U.S. October 13, 2021.Brendan McDermid | Reuters The U.S. economic recovery slowed sharply in the previous three months, as products remained stranded at normally bustling ports, employers struggled to find workers and consumers battled with rising prices. When the Commerce Department releases its first estimate Thursday for third-quarter annualized gross domestic product growth, it likely will show an increase of just 2.8%, according to Dow Jones estimates. While that kind of number would have seemed perfectly fine in pre-Covid times, it actually would be the slowest pace since the recovery began in April 2020 off the shortest but steepest recession in U.S. history. Moreover, there's a chance that the economy didn't grow at all in the quarter – the Atlanta Fed's GDPNow tracker lowered its estimate to 0.2%, with the most recent downgrade the result of a lowered outlook for government spending and real net exports.VIDEO3:4803:48CNBC Rapid Update shows better Q4 GDP growth forecastsSquawk BoxEconomists,...
    ONE woman is extremely upset with her friend as she says she wants to name herself after the woman's late sister. After telling her friend that this choice made her uncomfortable, she has been accused of being transphobic. 1The woman has explained to her that she find this choice 'disrespectful'Credit: Getty The woman explained that her friend is currently in the process of transitioning into a woman, and no longer uses her former name. Although her friend is still trying out new female names, she is quite set on the name of the woman's sister, who passed away in 2017. Overall, the woman says she has been very supportive of her friend during her transition, yet this name decision has caused a rift between the two. She said that she found it strange as her sister had an authentic Korean name, and felt it would be strange for her friend who is not Asian to pick it, adding that she has "rubbed her up the wrong way." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Taking to...
    Photo via Tampa Bay BucsIt wasn’t always pretty, but the Bucs left Philadelphia 5-1 following a 28-22 victory over the Eagles Thursday night. TB12 played fine, throwing a pair of TD’s and an interception. He also had an egregious and inexplicable error in the fourth quarter when the Bucs went for it on fourth and two, overthrowing Antonio Brown on a deep route instead of simply checking it down to scat back Gio Bernard for an easy conversion that would’ve milked the clock.  The Eagles, of course, then took it down the field and made it a one possession game and converted the two-point conversion.  But, Brady got a little help from his friends, the referees, as they called another one of those silly taunting calls on Eagles linebacker Genard Avery, costing Philly 15 yards and a first down on the Bucs’ game-ending drive in the fourth quarter.  The Bucs’ defense played very well, doing a great job of containing quarterback Jalen Hurts and making him uncomfortable. They only had a pair of sacks and 7 quarterback hits, but they...
    As Sturgis rally clears, COVID cases, hospitalizations rise 5 ways to turn your old iPad into a kid-friendly smart home gadget © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Vikings coach Mike Zimmer is optimistic. Despite generating an 0-3 record in the preseason with an offense that most of the time seemed downright offensive, Zimmer has high hopes for his team. “I feel like we’re going to be pretty good, but we still have to go out and prove it,” Zimmer told reporters. He nevertheless acknowledged the Friday night’s loss to the Chiefs was “sloppy,” but he noted that most of his key players still aren’t on the field. They held out plenty of key offensive and defensive players again in Kansas City. One potential starter — cornerback Bashaud Breeland — got torched for a 35-yard touchdown by Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill. Asked whether miscommunication among the safeties contributed to the play, Zimmer was characteristically blunt. “He didn’t cover the guy,” Zimmer said of Breeland. Zimmer has a well-earned reputation for speaking...
    WHEN it comes to your child's name, you're never going to please everyone - either you raise eyebrows by picking something really out there or play it totally safe. Well if you find yourself in the former category, then can we offer some advice? Maybe don't share it on TikTok... because chances are, you'll get trolled. 3The mum was trolled for her daughter's baby nameCredit: @thekoscalgirls/Tiktok One person who knows a little something about this is mum-of-two Jordan. Earlier this week, the mum told her 35,900 followers that she took inspiration from the Twilight books when choosing her daughter's name. In the hit series, Bella and Edward merge their mothers' names for their child Renesmee - and Jordan decided to tweak the spelling slightly. "Yes her name is Renesmae," the mum said in a viral video. "Yes, it's from Twilight. "Y'all act like it's not uncommon to get a name from a book/movie." Justifying her unusual choice of name, Jordan captioned the clip: "If you truly think about it, everyone is technically named after someone." It didn't take long for the...
    Customers shop for produce at a supermarket on June 10, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois.Scott Olson | Getty Images Under normal circumstances, the recent spate of high inflation numbers would be cause for high alarm. But in the present Covid-era context, they were confirmation in some quarters that the inflation picture is doing little more than following the script, rising due to one-off bottlenecks and the product of a distorted comparison to a year-ago period that saw much of the U.S. economy in shutdown mode. May saw another significant jump, according to the gauge that Fed officials like to cite most. The personal consumption expenditures core index – excluding food and energy costs – rose 3.4% on a year-over-basis, in line with Wall Street expectations but also the fastest increase since April 1992. Markets took little notice of the Friday PCE reading, pushing stocks mostly higher and government bond yields up only slightly. That was largely because that even while the inflation data has spurred comparisons to the runaway scenario associated with the 1970s, the numbers at least for now are...
    The president of a suburban Philadelphia school board has resigned after telling graduating students that Frederick Douglass had a 'pretty good position' while enslaved and his escape to freedom was 'ridiculously easy.' Joel Fishbein stepped down as president of the Cheltenham School District Board of School Directors on Monday - more than 10 days after he made the controversial remarks at Cheltenham High School's graduation ceremony. The school district in Montgomery County has a majority black student population, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. 'Giving up leadership of the school board is not an easy decision, but it is an important first step to help our community heal from the hurt I caused at the June 3 high school commencement ceremony,' Fishbein wrote in a letter to the community. Joel Fishbein resigned on Monday as president of the Cheltenham School District's board after he gave a controversial graduation speech at Cheltenham High School (left) on June 3  'I am grateful to the administrators, educators, parents, fellow board members and students who have shared their feelings about my words and...
    New York Yankees Recap: Yankees beat the Tigers 4-2, but it wasn’t pretty By: William Parlee March 12, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees took a short bus ride northeast to Lakeland, Florida, to play the Detroit Tigers at Joker Marchant Stadium. The game was played under partly cloudy skies but with a nice 80-degree game-time temperature. The Yankee starter was Jameson Taillon in his second start of the season. He faced Julio Teheran of the Tigers. The Yankees again used their “B” lineup, which uncharacteristically had more lefties than righties. The Yankees won the game 4-2. It was a tedious game to watch as the Yankee pitching was subpar, to say the least. Teheran faced Brett Gardner leading off for the Yankees. Gardner was in my “Spotlight” article for having the Yankee’s highest OPS (on-base percentage + slugging). In his first at-bat today, he gound out. Gary Sanchez struck out, and Jay Bruce singled to left. Clint Frazier finished off the half by striking out. Taillon first faced Robbie Grossman, and he walked....
    Following Oprah's early schedule isn't as easy as it looks. Arielle Tschinkell/Casey Rodgers/Invision for Remy Martin/AP Images Oprah Winfrey's morning routine includes meditation and nature. I tried her morning routine for a week, and it was more challenging than I thought. I struggled to meditate every morning, but it was easy to follow her rule about not setting alarms. Visit Insider's homepage for more. Oprah Winfrey is one of the most powerful women in the world, yet it seems like she starts her day on a pretty zen note.  The billionaire producer, former TV host, author, actor, and philanthropist has been pretty open about her morning routine, which includes plenty of nature and meditation . And, as someone who is naturally quite anxious and could use a bit of peace, I decided to put her calming-sounding routine to the test. Here's what it was like following Oprah's morning routine for a week:
    WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO has hinted he could make a sensational return to the ring - but it would take a whopping £75million payday to lure him out of retirement. The Ukrainian, 44, retired from the sport in August 2017 - three months after suffering an 11th round TKO loss to Anthony Joshua at Wembley. 2Wladimir Klitschko has hinted he could make a return to the ringCredit: Getty 2Wladimir Klitschko retired three months after losing to Anthony JoshuaCredit: PA:Press Association Klitschko has repeatedly teased a comeback over the last few years and recently dropped another hint he could return to the ring in a motivational Instagram post. He said: "I'm sending nothing but positivity and prosperity to all of you, especially those tragically impacted, 2020 punched and humbled all of us to the core. "You know what people love seeing more than anything in the world? A COMEBACK! "I want to see you all comeback strong in 2021!" View this post on Instagram A post shared by Wladimir Klitschko (@klitschko) BETTING OFFER: CLAIM RISK FREE £20 BET WITH PADDY POWER Despite being...
    Lucian K. Truscott IV November 7, 2020 1:00PM (UTC) It's not a perfect comparison, but it's close enough: The way I felt when I went to bed on Tuesday night was almost exactly the way I felt on election night in 1972. Richard Nixon had been president for four long years. Watergate was just the most recent outrage in what had essentially been one long crime spree. Nixon had installed his consigliere, John Mitchell, as attorney general, and Mitchell had proceeded to turn the Department of Justice into Nixon's personal retribution headquarters, empaneling grand juries, investigating political opponents, indicting enemies and jailing antiwar protest leaders. Nixon had ordered the secret carpet-bombing of Cambodia and Laos, killing thousands of civilians over a period of four years. He used the IRS, FBI and CIA against his political enemies, employing illegal wiretaps and mail cover and creating an entire surveillance system, known as COINTELPRO, to illegally investigate, surveil and harass members of the press, political enemies and antiwar activists. And in June 1972, Nixon sent the "Plumbers" into Democratic Party headquarters in...
    Country music star Travis Tritt criticized people who threaten to leave the United States but fail to follow through with the promise, arguing that the U.S. “must be a pretty decent place.” “I’m thinking that the USA must be a pretty decent place when those who obviously hate this country keep threatening to leave, but never do,” Tritt posted on Twitter Saturday morning. I’m thinking that the USA must be a pretty decent place when those who obviously hate this country keep threatening to leave, but never do. ????????— Travis Tritt (@Travistritt) September 26, 2020 Tritt’s comments come the same week singer John Legend said that people might "have to start thinking about going somewhere else" if President Trump wins reelection in November. "At some point, if that project [to destroy democracy] was to be in any way successful, you’d have to think about going somewhere that is a true democracy, that has respect for the rule of law and human rights," Legend said in an interview with Cosmopolitan UK. Legend added, “I strongly believe America is exhausted from...
    There are some things which look great on social media but perhaps aren't so good in real life.   Influencer @Samishome pushed the boundaries on Sunday by posting a video on TikTok in which she was seen making ice cubes with edible flowers in them.  Hong Kong-based Sam then took things a step further by swirling milk and coffee into a glass with the cubes to make a very aesthetically-pleasing iced caffeine hit. The video received more than 2million views and 16,000 comments. While some users were amazed, others rightly pointed out that the flowers wouldn't be so pretty when the ice melted. Influencer @Samishome shared a video on TikTok in which she was seen making ice cubes with edible flowers in them. She then swirled milk and coffee into a glass with the cubes to make a very aesthetically-pleasing iced caffeine hit RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Manchester burger restaurant hits back at customer who gave... Sex positions that don't involve face-to-face contact see a... The Full English Sandwich! Heston Blumenthal...
    A WOMAN got slightly more than she bargained for when she ordered a marble chopping board on Amazon. She opted for a pair of the Lilly’s Kitchen cutting boards priced at $14.99 on the retailer’s website. 2A woman got slightly more than she bargained for when she ordered a chopping board from AmazonCredit: Twitter / @tbcstan However, when they arrived the marble board featured a rather unfortunate design flaw with a large phallic shaped pattern in the marbling. Clearly tickled, her pal posted a snap of the rather rude looking kitchen equipment on Twitter. Captioning her post, she wrote: “My friend ordered these cutting boards and this is what she got.” Her tweet has since gone viral, amassing more than 330,000 likes after her followers were left in stitches. 2The chopping board was meant to have a "marbled finish"Credit: Twitter / @tbcstan Replying to her tweet, one said: “Oh, God, it's so…. it's so detailed….” “I don't see what the problem is, they gave her free meat” joked another. A third added: “at first i thought “wow that’s not a...
    I was excited to try the chocolate Funfetti mix. Rachel Askinasi/Insider Insider Pillsbury added chocolate to its lineup of Funfetti cake and cupcake mix flavors. At the time of writing, the cake mix was available at Acme, Fresh Thyme, and Menards with a suggested retail price between $1.30 and $2.30. The cake only required three ingredients in addition to the mix, which made it easy to pull together. I found the flavor tasted identical to regular chocolate cake rather than reminiscent of classic Funfetti's birthday-cake flavoring. And while there were sprinkles inside, it was hard to see them all in the finished cake.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When I first saw the news that Pillsbury came out with a chocolate version of its iconic Funfetti cake, I knew I had to give it a try.  Most of the fun of eating a Funfetti cake, in my opinion, is the unique flavor and the colorful pops of confetti-like sprinkles in every slice. Even though the brand's original Funfetti cake is yellow in color, a...
    Financial analyst Gary Shilling says the stock market could see a 1930s-like decline GOAT: We Saved the Worst Cars for Last Honestly, I Bought This Hydrating Serum Because It Looked Pretty — but Now It’s My Favorite The iconic Carrie Bradshaw once said, “I like my money right where I can see it... hanging in my closet,” and while my tiny Brooklyn apartment makes that a non-option, I feel the same way about my skincare. Atop my vanity lives a curation of my most treasured products — some of which, if I’m being transparent, earned their spot solely because of aesthetics.  © Instagram/@kyprisbeauty It’s been a life saver for my dried-out summer skin. One such product that fell into this category is Kypris’ Antioxidant Dew Quench & Glow Facial Serum. The first time I laid eyes on the precious blue glass apothecary-style jar, I really didn’t care so much what was inside — I just knew it was beautiful. It just so happened to be my luck that the hydrating serum would double as a complete game-changer in my...
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