Rae missed Phan’s heyday, but she absorbed the generation of YouTubers that came afterward. From age 12, she began developing a talent for applying her own makeup with a steady hand and good sense of color. She had her favorite influencers, including the glamorous male makeup figure James Charles and the trans woman Nikkie de Jager. “These influencers let you in on their beauty secrets — it seemed like something they hadn’t shared before, and they provided a level of intimacy, or at least alleged intimacy,” Kathleen Hou, beauty director of The Cut, says. “Then it’s like being a fan
Attention shoppers: There’s a hero in aisle 6.
A supermarket employee in Illinois is being hailed a hero after sprinting across the store’s parking lot to save a baby who was strapped into a runaway shopping cart.
Ben Mazur, a courtesy clerk at a Schnucks supermarket in Alton, was wrangling shopping carts on March 17 when he heard a car horn “repeatedly and frantically honking,” Schnucks recounted in a recent Facebook post. “As it turns out, the owner of the car was trying to get someone’s attention because there was a runaway cart rolling down the store’s parking lot,” according
Much in the way I began stanning Taylor Swift or BTS, I wasn’t obsessed with skin care until, well, I was. My personal inflection point: Writer Rio Viera-Newton, and more specifically, her viral 2017 Strategist piece, “The Google Doc I Send to People Who Ask About My Skin.”
For me, Rio’s writing broke through the noise of endless product recommendations with concise, accessible language, turning a sometimes murky beauty industry into something I, a non-expert, could sift through with ease. Since, she’s gone on to write a long-running Strategist column and enrolled in esthetician school to increase her knowledge
Emmy award–winning TV host and activist Jeannie Mai and Grammy-nominated recording artist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Jeezy were married in an intimate ceremony at their home in Atlanta on March 27, 2021, one year after their engagement. The couple met when he was a guest on her daytime talk show The Real. “Years later, he asked me out on a date,” Jeannie remembers. “We shared a romantic sushi dinner in Los Angeles and salsa danced the night away. Later that evening, he asked if I could picture spending the rest of my life with him. And crazy enough, I could.”
It was a picture-perfect Thursday evening as the Corsicana Main Street program presented its inaugural Strut Down Beaton spring fashion show.
Beaton Street was closed to traffic and a fashion runway was set up in the middle of the road to display the newest spring styles available at local businesses.
Residents modeled fashions from local boutiques including Sweet Tangerine, Pink Peony, Merle Norman, The Children’s Shop, Uniquely Yours, and Turquoise Pistol.
“I could not have been happier with the turnout of our first ever Strut Down Beaton,” said Amy Tidwell, Main Street Director. “Our guests and boutiques had a wonderful
RACINE — A Racine man allegedly stole around $40,000 worth of jewelry at Regency Mall, 5538 Durand Ave.
Decarion S. Powell, 23, of the 1300 block of Ohio Street, was charged with felony counts burglary of a building or dwelling, theft of movable property between $10,000-$100,000 and possession of burglarious tools, three misdemeanor counts of criminal damage to property and a misdemeanor count of obstructing an officer.
According to a criminal