April 08, 2021 - 09:29 BST Carla Challis 13 best overnight face masks for glowing skin in 2021: From Clarins to Liz Earle & MORE If you’re struggling to get your eight-hours a night sleep or find your skin still needs a little something when you wake from your slumber, let us introduce you to the overnight face mask. Think of it like a supercharged, extra potent serum or face cream that works while you sleep. If you’re a little laissez faire with your skincare , or you’re just a smart gal who likes to multitask, you need to add a sleeping face mask to your beauty stash, pronto. These nighttime overnight face masks aren’t the type that you rinse off after 15 minutes. Instead, apply before bedtime and let it do it's thing while you catch your zzzs. Easy, eh? We’ve rounded up the best sleeping masks to try in 2021… SEE: The best LED face masks proven to combat lockdown skin Elemis Peptide4 Plumping … [Read more...] about 13 best overnight face masks for glowing skin in 2021: From Clarins to Liz Earle & MORE
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Photo-Illustration: Sheldon Cooper/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Much of Clubhouse is boring — or, at least, disproportionately filled with the awkward in-between of group interaction. This is far from a novel observation, and it’s an observation that continues to be made even as the attention and discourse around the audio chat app rose to fever pitch over the past few weeks. Pulling data from Apptopia, the New York Times reported that the app had been downloaded over four million times in the past month alone, which broadly corresponds with my own immediate networks. I started out the year with few outside my professional circles knowing what the app was; now, it’s something that gets brought up in my various Whatsapp groups every few days. That I personally find much of the app boring is a subjective contention, of course. I’m certain a substantial portion of the app’s user base would passionately differ from my assessment, and perhaps rightly so. I’ve only … [Read more...] about Does Clubhouse Mean Bad Things for Podcasting?
Last modified on Mar 09, 2021 13:19 GMT Karen Silas Best face coverings by Black-owned Etsy shops & face mask designers like Meghan Markle fave Royal Jelly Harlem. Shop Black-owned mask companies on Black Pound Day or any day of the week! Did you know there are a host of Black-owned face mask companies and designers you can shop for some seriously stylish face coverings? Yes, you can support Black-owned businesses AND stay safe in style, whether you're looking for a high-end designer face masks like the bestseller from luxury brand Off-White , small Black-owned shops on Etsy or even royally-approved face coverings worn by Meghan Markle ! SUPPORT BLACK-OWNED BRANDS: The best Black-owned fashion and beauty buys to shop now We love these cool face masks so much that we've made an edit of some of our favourites that you can shop online right now. Meghan Markle's favourite face mask brand: Royal Jelly Harlem When … [Read more...] about 14 best Black-owned face masks – including Meghan Markle’s favourite face covering
Photo: Warner Bros. I’m sure I wasn’t the only person once upon a time who, hearing that Oliver Stone was making a movie called JFK starring Kevin Costner, assumed that it would be a biopic, with Costner playing the fallen president. When I eventually found out that the movie was going to be an investigation into the assassination itself, with the crusading New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison as its hero, I felt disappointment: Who wanted to watch another courtroom drama? We had courtroom dramas coming out our ears in the late eighties and early nineties. I needn’t have worried. Stone’s film turned out to be more than a legal procedural. First and foremost, of course, it was a controversy magnet. Stone endorsed (more than endorsed — magnified and dramatized and even melodramatized) Garrison’s elaborate conspiracy theory that Kennedy had been killed by a massive cabal involving the military-industrial complex, the U.S. intelligence apparatus, shady Southern businessmen, … [Read more...] about A Creation Myth for the Sixties: Does Oliver Stone’s
Photo-Illustration: by Vulture; Photo by Dimension Films In an anniversary that screams “Wanna feel old?,” last week marked 20 years since the release of Spy Kids , Robert Rodriguez’s candy-colored YA adventure film that made a generation of children wish Antonio Banderas was their dad. The movie was groundbreaking for its portrayal of a Latinx secret-agent family — which Rodriguez had to convince the studio to include — and spawned a franchise that saw preteen siblings Carmen and Juni Cortez fight off a series of escalating maniacal enemies and nightmare-inducing baddies. The series’ first antagonist was Tony Shalhoub’s Alexander Minion, a former agent who uses a children’s show hosted by the eccentric Fegan Floop (Alan Cumming) as a front for his plan to mutate all spies into monsters so grotesque that I’m surprised I’m not still traumatized. On top of that, he also wants to build an army of intelligent-robot kids. Writing it out like that makes Spy Kids sound totally … [Read more...] about Tony Shalhoub Answers Every Question We Have About