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Day: July 19, 2021

The Best Summer Skin Care Launching July 2021

It’s summer, y’all! That means it’s time to switch up your skin-care routine, because when the seasons change, your regimen probably should, too. So, to help you out, we’re sharing the newness that we know you’ll love. 

Changing your regimen up can feel scary. Is this serum worth the splurge? Do we really need another self-tanner? And what the hell do all of these ingredients actually do? To help answer any and all questions you may have about what you should be using, we’ve tested and tried every product — moisturizers, cleansers, serums, masks, and more — that comes our

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Volunteers make wedding possible after fire at small Kansas church

BELOIT, Kan. (KWCH) – A small-town Kansas wedding will move forward, all thanks to friends, family, and a town coming together after a fire broke out at their venue.

A fire broke out at St. John Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Beloit just two weeks ago, causing a couple to move their ceremony to a different location due to unsafe conditions.

However, thanks to volunteer cleanup efforts this week, the wedding will take place at the church this weekend.

Dean Gengler, the father of the groom, is happy to see it was still possible for his son to get married

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‘He’s a star, Gap is benefiting from that’: will Kanye West save the clothing giant? | Fashion

The Gap has released the second item from its collaboration with Kanye West’s Yeezy label. A black puffer called a “go round” jacket, which the rapper wore at the Balenciaga couture show, follows the electric blue puffer jacket which went on sale in June.

Insiders are hoping that the collaboration will reverse the fortunes of the retail giant and the signs are positive. The home of khaki lost $62m (£45m) in the third quarter of last year, according to Women’s Wear Daily, and confirmed plans to close all 81 of its physical stores in the UK and Ireland. But

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Black women rarely seen in roles of ‘beauty, power and grace’, says new Phantom stage star | Theatre

The first black actor to star as Christine in The Phantom of the Opera in the West End hopes that playing the role will help to transform casting for women of colour in theatre.

Lucy St Louis will give her first performance in the phenomenally successful musical later this month when the show resumes its run at Her Majesty’s theatre in London, where it opened 35 years ago. She has wanted to play the part since her mother and grandmother saw Sarah Brightman in the role; they introduced St Louis to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s score as a child.

“To finally

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