Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Day: April 7, 2021

Chloe x Halle Neutrogena Beauty Interview

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Chloe x Halle are truly grown now. Two albums in — and with their latest, Ungoldly Hour, making the Billboard charts — sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey, once known as Beyoncé’s favorite teens, are now her favorite Gen-Zers. The singing duo are now the newly minted faces of Neutrogena and the first-ever musicians to be signed by the brand.

Even over Zoom, the sisters are full of twinkly, bright energy, starting the interview with a hello and a compliment. The Cut talked to them about the connection between mental health and beauty, the time Twitter freaked out

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Marco’s Pizza coming to Tyler’s Ridge Shopping Center

Soon, the Tyler’s Ridge Shopping Center in Southern Pines will have a new pizza restaurant. 

Franchise owner Teresa Salter, from Lee County, will open her second Marco’s Pizza location at the shopping center on N.C. 22 near the Moore County Airport. Her other location is in Cameron in Harnett County. 

Salter moved to North Carolina four years ago to help her brother open a Marco’s Pizza. He then helped her open her first location.

“We are a close competitive family; my sister owns two Marco’s Pizza locations in Texas. Our first stores actually opened on the same day, but she

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The Sunscreens & Sunblocks That Simplified My Skin Care Routine

I developed an interest in skin care at an early age. From the first bottle of Oil Of Olay face moisturizer that I bought at the age of eight to my obsession with Korean skin care products in my pre-teens, I was on a good track when it came to taking care of my dermis. Yet, somewhere along the way, right before college, I became enamored with looking bronze, all the time. Winter or summer, it didn’t matter — I made sure that I maintained the shade with my biweekly visits to the tanning salon. Sunscreens and sunblocks were not

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PD: Parking Ticket, Spit Lead To Lyndhurst Jewelry Store Burglar Who Stole Costume Bling

A parking ticket and spit led Lyndhurst police to a jewelry store burglar who smashed a display case and fled not with diamonds or pearls, authorities said, but with much cheaper merchandise.

Responding Officers Brian Kapp and Tom Seickendick found the back door at Chandel Jewelers on Ridge Road forced open shortly before 6:30 p.m. March 18, Detective Lt. Vincent Auteri said.

Kapp’s brother, Detective William Kapp, joined them inside, where he found a glass display case shattered and more than a dozen alloy and cubic zirconia rings missing.

Total combined value: 100 bucks.

The detective then watched a security

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