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Month: March 2021

Texas women charged in attack at Asian beauty supply store

HOUSTON (CBSDFW/CNN) – After an attack on a north Houston store owner was caught on camera, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office is working to determine if it was racially motivated, according to KHOU TV.

Jung Kim owns Uptown Beauty Supply on Kuykendahl. She said on March 17, five women came into the store and knocked over some wigs. Kim asked them to stop playing around, and on their way out of the store, her son said he heard one of the women say, “Asian people shouldn’t be in the Black market.”

“We shouldn’t be selling wigs or something

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Grocery Store Overrun By Mob of Anti-Maskers Shopping at the Same Time

In the UK, a group of shoppers is facing criticism after organizing an anti-mask protest at their local Tesco.

According to Metro, members of the group organized their trip to the Chelmsford, Essex store in order to protest mask mandates in the area. Several reportedly told police later that they were “exempt” from wearing face coverings. Aside from children under 11 and those with valid medical conditions, people are legally required to wear face coverings while shopping in England.

Videos posted to social media documenting the scene show clusters of maskless shoppers strolling through the aisles, smiling and chatting

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Rio Viera-Newton’s Guide to Building a Skincare Routine 2021 | The Strategist

Photo: Laura Chautin

It all started with a Google Doc. Back in 2017, Rio Viera-Newton outlined the products she uses to keep her eczema- and acne-prone skin looking clear and feeling healthy for her friends — and then we published it on the Strategist. Four years later, Rio writes about beauty products for us full-time, and now, she wrote a book: Let’s Face It: Secrets

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Over The Moon Makes It Easy to Curate a Stylish Yet Practical Wedding Registry

When Alexandra Macon decided to create a new registry feature for her wedding website, Over The Moon, there was one word that kept coming to mind: timeless. Timeless, to the Vogue contributing editor, doesn’t mean expensive. Nor does it mean only home items bought by your mother, your grandmother, and maybe even your great-grandmother. “It’s brands that should be part of everyone’s life when they try to build a home together with someone,” Macon says. “We feel like that’s a mix of things—everything from niche artisanal items, to tried and true brands, to objects that can be passed

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Fairlawn salon, wellness entrepreneur focuses on empowering women

Leia' Love, owner of Leia' Love Hair & Nail Salon in Fairlawn, created a new business next door called S.H.E. Suite that offers classes on business, personal development and self-care.

Leia’ Love’s goal as a professional is to help women feel both beautiful on the outside and strong, healthy and empowered on the inside.

That’s why she not only runs the Leia’ Love Hair & Nail Salon, but also opened a new business next door called S.H.E. Suite, which offers classes on business, personal development and self-care.

Love, 35, is a Barberton native who graduated from Norton High School’s cosmetology program in 2004, when she got her cosmetology license. She received a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s in communication at the University of Toledo before further studies 

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How to sign up for a bigger wedding in Onondaga County

The Onondaga County Health Department now has a signup for weddings and other events that exceed the state’s limit of 50 people at a gathering.

The site explains the testing requirements and the gathering limits the state has already announced it will phase in through April 2.

The current limit, which started Monday, allows the lesser of 75% capacity or 100 guests indoors or 200 people outdoors without testing. Up to 150 people are allowed to gather indoors with testing.

Starting April 2, the state will allow the lesser of 75% capacity or up to 100 people indoors or 200

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