These looks are M-A-J-O-R.From Cosmopolitan
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If 'Saved By the Bell' and 'Punky Brewster' can return, then why not these cool shows?
Get ready for glam.
This isn’t just a day of speeches and songs for President Joe Biden. The new president has a lot of work to do to repair this country, and he’s pledged to get to work “on day 1” by signing 17 executive actions, many of which will mean a lot to parents and children in this […]
For one, take a break from your regularly scheduled manis.
You’re having a low-key day with no big plans, no one to impress and no reason to think twice about the fact that last week’s manicure has seen better days...
Um, it's surprisingly flattering.
We're putting an end to this pesky problem.
According to an expert.
Her collection is jaw-dropping.
A new TikTok trend has retail employees spilling their biggest insider secrets. The trend started when user @maryamazeem_ asked former retail and fast food workers to share the craziest things they’d learned on the job. An alleged former Bath & Body Works employee named Mercedes Angel shared the store’s “equal exchange” policy. she claims allows customers to return any item — even if they have already used some of it — for another, equal item. “You could bring an empty candle — like a completely used candle — back into the store, and we have to give you a new one,” she claims. TikToker David Walker claims that Best Buy allows its workers to buy items at “five percent above cost" . Cost, in this case, refers to the price Best Buy pays to stock its inventory, so a discount like that can really stack up. “Usually, that price cut is damn near more than 50 percent,” Walker claims
Chic fall picks.
I'm so here for this.
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Just stick 'em in your bra. Or, fine, your pocket.From Cosmopolitan
Women everywhere are turning on their curling irons.
2020 data from IRI points to beauty's bright spots in the year ahead.
Time to retire your boring, blah polishes.From Cosmopolitan