Teens are the most awesome group of people. It’s true! They always know what’s up when it comes to the latest trends, and they always have the best product recommendations. That’s why we asked them over on BuzzFeed to tell us which products and brands are actually cool. From beauty brands to clothing styles, and products that are just plain useful, here, in their own words, are the things that get the teen stamp of approval.
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Environmentally friendly products like reusable silicone straws and produce bags
Fjällräven Kånken backpacks
Dr. Martens combat boots
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna
Blue light blocking glasses
Barrettes and scrunchies
LilyAna Naturals Retinol Cream
Reusable water bottles like a Hydro Flask or a Nalgene
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Zoom believes it can develop a videoconference experience that customers will favor over face-to-face conversations — and it can do so within the next five or 10 years, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan told Yahoo Finance.