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Joanna Miller is used to the beauty industry’s lack of attention to her skin tone. From a peach-tone sample serving as a “universal” color, to the staff at beauty retailers having little knowledge about choosing shades for black skin, Miller said having difficulty finding makeup is pretty typical. “I was in a friend’s wedding, and the makeup artist didn’t have any products for someone with as dark a skin tone as me,” Miller, a 28-year-old San Francisco resident, said. “When you’re on the receiving end of...
"One very important thing about Oh Squirrel is that everything has a story," says Katie Wagstaff. So here’s a tale... Once upon a time there was a designer called Katie who lived in north London. She would make treats just for her friends and family when a New Year’s resolution led to her start her own handmade stationery and gifts business in 2012. One of the most popular Oh Squirrel makes is the Insta-smash bespoke hen party sashes for discerning brides to be, which began when she made...
Ariana Grande SHOWED UP to her on-air interview with the misogynist radio hosts at Power 106 in Los Angeles. The singer, whose new single "Focus" released last week, totally tells these radio hosts how it is when they hit her with a non-stop barrage of sexist questions. They are so frustrating that I want to jump into the computer screen and hit them over the head. One day technology will allow this to happen, but until then, it's all good – Ariana can take care of herself.  They start...
  “I’ve been having a lot of kids visit me,” says 25-year-old Mac DeMarco. “This morning, some kids came over and I was so hung over, but it’s kind of nice.” These kids are not necessarily superfans, stalking his every move and following him home to Far Rockaway, Queens. They’ve simply listened to his latest album, Another One, all the way through. After some spare, murmuring keys fade out, the Canadian singer/songwriter shares his home address with an air of mellow camaraderie. Anyone who’s familiar with...
  Last week, the world caught wind of an exciting Hollywood development: at some point in the coming years, we are definitely-probably getting a female-led Ocean's Eleven reboot starring Sandra Bullock.    Remake rumblings began last year but have only grown louder since. Bored by the scripts coming her way, Bullock told Entertainment Weekly in August she spoke to several filmmakers  about trying some gender-swapped acting parts. And from those conversations came the Ocean’s project. Indiewire reports that Gary Ross - director of The Hunger Games! - and Little Women...
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