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MonthSeptember 2020

Nordstrom’s 3-Day Super Sale –– All Our Favs Up To 50%

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Nordstrom is the gift that keeps on giving this year –– first, there was the beloved Anniversary Sale and now just when you think the next round of deals won’t come till Black Friday, they hit us with a big 3-day fashion event to boost our fall wardrobe. Starting today until Monday, September 28 score a discount on designer, contemporary, and trend-forward styles from Tory Burch, Nike, Frame, Vince, and more. Some of your favorite styles you’ve already been eyeing will be on sale on-site and in-store for up to 50% off.

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Alicia Keys Launching Keys Soulcare Beauty Products

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Keys Soulcare will put out its very first offerings this holiday season with a signature sage-and-oat milk candle and two skin-care products that haven’t been announced yet. According to the brand, these first three items will launch as a holiday preview; then, a full collection launch is set for early 2021 that will consist of “a line of clean, cruelty-free, dermatologist-developed products, slated to include skin care, body care, air care, and more.” (While we don’t currently know the specifics of the “air care” category, we wouldn’t be surprised if that included humidifiers or oil diffusers, given the brand’s lifestyle approach.) This new endeavor is not a collaboration, but Keys developed the line in partnership with Renée Snyder, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist and co-founder of W3LL People, which also lives under the e.l.f. brand portfolio.

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Best Fall Pedicure Colors For Trendy Toe Nail Polish

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For most of us, that means taking a cotton ball and polish remover to our chipping polish — be it the white, baby pink, or red you loved in August — and popping on a more autumnal shade. If you’re not sure what that should be, seasoned nail pros break down the best pedicure shades for fall 2020, ahead.

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Naomi Osaka Honors Tamir Rice With US Open Mask

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On Thursday, Naomi Osaka beat out Jennifer Brady for a spot in the US Open Finals, and in doing so, shed light on the death of Philando Castile, a 32-year-old Black man who was shot and killed by Minnesota police during a traffic stop in 2016. Castile’s girlfriend, who filmed the aftermath of the shooting, said he was reaching for his license when he was killed. “For me, [it’s about] just spreading awareness,” said Osaka regarding her reasons for wearing these masks. “I feel like the more people know the story, then the more interesting or interested they’ll become in it.”

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Why It Matters To Black Women

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“A lot of Black comedy comes from trauma” says Sasheer Zamata, a writer, comedian, and actress, most recently featured in Hulu’s new original comedy series, WOKE –– a show that follows an African American cartoonist, Keef, as he grapples with questions of success and identity. “It’s a way for us to cope, or survive, or thrive, or just, well, be joyous.”

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How A College Student Practices Self-Care During COVID

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Reflection: Self-care is more than fitness and face masks. Yes, those things are important, but finding workouts, food, and time to relax in a way that works for you are the most important things you can do for yourself. Journaling, yoga, and taking walks are what work for me, but there are so many other things I love! I don’t necessarily have a regular routine, but I try and find time during each day where I can give something to myself and that is, I guess, my wellness routine.

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The Social Dilemma On Why Social Media Is So Dangerous

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Once COVID-19 hit, I even felt grateful for my access to technology. Email, Google, Slack, Zoom, Twitter, Instagram, iMessage, Whatsapp, TikTok, Reddit, Libby, YouTube. Those are some of the tools that help me do my job, stay in touch with friends, relax before bed, and work out. 

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