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Betty or Veronica? Which one should Archie end up with? Who would be your BFF? Which one represents your style, the girl-next-door or the spoiled rich one? These are the questions girls have been asking since they were old enough to pick up a comic book. And now, thanks to M.A.C. we can show our loyalty with our lipstick.   Following in the footsteps of such iconic ladies like Miss Piggy and Wonder Woman, M.A.C. is now focusing their mascara wands on the worlds most legendary teenage...
Now that our tears have dried after the news of the Girls breakup, we can all welcome Christopher Owens’ solo act to our ears with love. Lysandre is a concept album with a stranger sound than that of Girls’ beloved Album and Father, Son, Holy Ghost. The 11-track LP seems even more personal, but think less of that lo-fi sound and more experimental folk. Owens is currently promoting Lysandre with a long list of international tour dates, one of which I was lucky enough to...
Manicures these days are a complex science. You can get gels or matte, ombré nails or even Daria decals (looking at you, Katy Perry). But while you might find yourself wondering just what sporting OPI’s frost blue “What’s With The Cattitude” says about you, you’ve probably never considered its impermeability. Polish cosmetics company Inglot has launched the world’s first “breathable” nail polish, the O2M line. While most women might not find the average nail polish particularly suffocating, it turns out that impermeability is a big deal...
It’s a TGIF miracle: heartening, pro-woman news straight out of New Delhi. Eight female cab drivers in Delhi are trying their best to protect women from sexual violence and harassment with a fleet of seven ladies-only vehicles. Their business, Cabs for Women by Women, caters to moderately affluent women who can afford a cab, but don’t have a car or chauffeur of their own. Even before the gang rape and subsequent death of a 23-year-old in December, New Delhi was infamous for sexual harassment. A...
When I was in junior high school, I went to a “Women in Science” event at the local university. I learned about solar panels (awesome), and I got to feed a deadly centipede from South America through a tube (creepy and awesome). It was great to be exposed to women working in science, because it made me feel like I could do it too. Sadly, these types of programs are few and far between. The gender gap in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education is...