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|Mayim Bialik Sounds Off on Competitive Moms and Recalls Leaving Moms' Group in Tears|
Added: 28.12.2017 20:15 | 3 views | 0 comments
Mother knows best? But which one? Mayim Bialik is tired of moms competing with each other all the time. And whatever you do, don't show her your new mommy manicure.
In a video that...
|Ashley Graham's Holiday-Ready Manicure Is Surprisingly Easy|
Added: 20.12.2017 13:34 | 1 views | 0 comments
Whether you typically go for nude-toned hues or bold polishes, Ashley Graham's two-toned manicure is a holiday go-to.
It has just enough holiday flair to be the topic of your cocktail...
|The nail product industry on track for growth|
Added: 08.12.2017 2:02 | 8 views | 0 comments
Nail products are expected to become the fastest-growing segment in the colour cosmetics industry over the next few years, according to a new report by market research firm Research and Markets. The nail category is benefiting from the success of gel formulas and artistic manicures but liquid nail polishes are also on track for growth. The demand in Latin America should also be a strong growth driver for the nail market. The global nail polish market is set to grow at a compound annual (...)
|Inside the Amazon Black Friday pop-up that isn’t a shop|
Added: 24.11.2017 22:37 | 2 views | 0 comments
Today is Black Friday. Until very recently in Britain that didn't mean anything at all. We only knew about it as a violent, orgiastic display of capitalism from across the pond in which shoppers literally fought over getting a good deal on a microwave. Well, like it or not, it's landed. SEE ALSO: Put this durable suitcase at the top of your Black Friday shopping list And bringing Black Friday in a way they hope will negate the images of angry shoppers stampeding each other to death is Amazon. As a delivery service they realise that their platform allows people to escape the kind of Black Friday bedlam we're familiar with, but this comes with a drawback — you can't try out the thing you want to purchase because it's not physically there. Enter Amazon's pop-up "Home of Black Friday" which has sprung up in London. It's technically a "shopping experience" rather than a shop, because while you can muck around with everything inside, you can't take any of it home with you. The pop-up is divided into different rooms of the home: kitchen, bedroom, playroom, games room etc. and filling these rooms are the kind of items you might find in them. Or at least the ones Amazon would like you to buy and put in them. Just your common-or-garden playroom.Image: David Parry/PA WireNext to these items is a scannable barcode, which customers can use in conjunction with the Amazon app to order the item in question. Easy peasy.Image: Isobel hamilton/MashableThere are also samplings, free manicures and events given by social media influencers and artisans who sell their wares via Amazon. So what do people actually make of it? "I'm just interested in Amazon, when I was in Chicago I checked out their bookstore and so I like to see how they're doing brick and mortar stores," explained Matthew from Chicago, who said he came more for the experience than to actually buy anything. Kat from London was less taken with the "shopping experience" and the use of QR codes. "It's a bit kind of awkward," she said. "It's hard to shop here right? I don't even know what deal I'm getting." She's also not enamoured of Black Friday finding its way into British culture. "It kind of brings the whole Christmas thing a little bit early, I feel like we're losing the festive period a bit, because it's so drawn out," she told
Mashable. "And it's this pressure that you can do better, that the best deal you're gonna get is now, so then you have to do all of your shopping now," Matthew on the other hand thinks that Black Friday coming to Britain is great. "The more deals the better," he said.
If you fancy making your own mind up on the subject of British Black Friday the shop is open today from 12:30 - 7:30pm on Soho square. WATCH: KFC made a $10,000 pod to help you escape the holiday internet chaos
|Hawkstone Hall set to debut as luxurious hotel in 2018|
Added: 01.11.2017 10:27 | 10 views | 0 comments
Hawkstone Hall, a grade I listed 18th century mansion, set within 88 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, has been purchased by the Distinctly Hospitable Group, making them the fourth owner in the property’s 550 year history.
|Le Mini Macaron launches in Ulta Beauty in the US|
Added: 26.10.2017 23:02 | 8 views | 0 comments
Le Mini Macaron, the affordable 1-step at home gel manicure brand, was launched officially in over 1,000 Ulta stores all over the US and on Ulta.com on October 24, 2017, marking its official entry into the US marketplace. Le Mini Macaron was founded by Christina Kao and Francois-Xavier Humbert in 2014 and was launched through a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2015. Le Mini Macaron was created to address what the founders saw as “the inaccessibility to affordable, salon quality at-home (...)
|20 Glitter Nail Designs for a Sparkly, Shiny, Shimmery Manicure|
Added: 23.10.2017 20:39 | 7 views | 0 comments
|How to Paint Your Nails: 10 Game-Changing Nail Secrets Only Manicurists Know|
Added: 21.09.2017 14:30 | 17 views | 0 comments
Looking to learn how to paint your nails at home? Here are the best at-home manicure tips, straight from the backstage beauty pros at New York Fashion Week.
|‘Mad Pooper’ Eludes Cops, But Fertilizes Social Media: Female Jogger Squats, Defecates On Lawns|
Added: 19.09.2017 19:42 | 25 views | 0 comments
A bizarre crime has occurred on the sidewalks and lawns of a quiet neighborhood in Colorado Springs. Witnesses have seen a female jogger abruptly stop along her jogging route, squat, and literally defecate on the well-manicured lawns and chiseled sidewalks of the suburbs. She has been eyed about once a week with her pants down around her ankles and leaving a very bizarre calling card.
Reports indicate that this woman jogger has been defecating on other people's property for at least a month, and reports of this jogger leaving her crass calling card have been reported to local police. What this woman is doing could have her of public defecation and indecent exposure, according to local ABC News in Colorado. After all, she is pulling her pants down to complete this activity in public.