What’s Up With Beauty Supplements?

After years of this biotin craze, newer beauty vitamin brands are launching what seems like every day with different ingredients to target specific beauty needs. While biotin is still on the top of the beauty vitamin list of ingredients, there are tons of other formulations making their way into this field. So which one is right for you?

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Rula Ghani: Afghanistan’s First Lady Fighting For Women’s Rights

The Taliban and the United States are having peace talks, and women are included in the final negotiations. Afghanistan is one of the most dangerous countries in the world to be woman (the Taliban ban girls from pursuing an education or work), but it has advanced in the past few decades in human rights. The fear is that things might return to abysmal for women in negotiating with the Taliban.

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Safety Apps for Women Travelling Alone

Empowering yourself through travelling is a worldly way to discover the woman you are and the one you are to become. Unfortunately, it would be unwise to do this without safety measures, especially if you are travelling alone. It takes courage and self-confidence to decide to travel solo, so kudos to you for getting this far in the planning process.

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Help Save the World with Sustainable Beauty

It is no secret the beauty world contributes to the abundance of plastic waste taking over our planet. With plastic shampoo bottles, mascara wands and powder compacts, we add more to the earth’s collective pollution. And the very least we can do is to shop from brands with sustainability in their DNAs.

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Common Beauty Allergens to Avoid For Great or Almost There Skin

Having an allergy or bad reaction to beauty products is very common and very annoying. With all the questionable ingredients that is no surprise. It can be difficult to determine what is okay and what is not. And the FDA regulations are not always as strict or safe as we would like. While everyone has different sensitivities, there are some ingredients that are well known to cause problems.

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Halsey on Homelessness: “I Was Debating on Whether or Not I Should Let a Stranger Inside Me so I Could Pay For My Next Meal”

Halsey, who came out as a bisexual years ago, was kicked out of her house when she dropped out of community college and struggled to pay for food and rent. Although she eventually became a best-selling artist/singer, she spoke about her most financially insecure times recently at a benefit for ending youth homelessness.

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"Becoming" A Memoir by Michelle Obama Already Sold 10+ Million Copies, Pants vs. Skirts in Charter Schools, and More Feminist News

In less than five months, Michelle Obama has sold more than 10 million units of her biography, “Becoming.” It is a publishing industry phenomenon, and on track to become the bestselling memoir of all time. A Judge in North Carolina ruled that three girls in a charter school cannot be compelled to wear skirts, and more feminist news.

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Fashion Forward Hairstyle Trends For Spring 2019

With a new season comes a new style; a hairstyle that is. Let’s change things up for the warmer weather. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and ladies are strutting out of the salon with the latest hairstyle trends. You can chop it off, layer it up, or simply add an accessory, and your hair will be ready to say hello to spring.

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Feud with Trump, Rolling Stone's Women Shaping the Future Cover, Pay and Representation Gap in Tech & Media

It was a strange week made stranger by the fact that the leader of the free world engaged in a social media feud with the husband of one of his employees, advisor Kellyanne Conway. This March Rolling Stone’s cover celebrates Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and three members of the congressional freshman class—Jahana Hayes, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and more news on women in media and tech.

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Feminist Movie Captain Marvel Flawless Success Despite Sabotage Attempts, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Monica Lewinsky in The News

Out of the twenty-one Marvel superhero films, Captain Marvel is the first one solely about a woman, and already the 13th most successful in the franchise with $760 MM at the box office. Movie review aggregators like Rotten Tomatoes, YouTube, and IMDb were besieged by trolls trying to sabotage its success. The film actually spurred several review platforms to alter their algorithms.

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