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Finding (The) Sanctuary in Montauk – Beauty Article

If you find yourself in Montauk this September, The Surf Lodge’s The Sanctuary is holding space for your — and  your gym bag’s — wellbeing… Montauk, in spite of its growing incantation as a thriving summer mecca, remains peaceful at heart — accepting and resilient, and quick to revert into a sleepy sort of existence once the annual migration of city folk subsides. “The End,” nicknamed that because Montauk sits at the literal end of Long Island, beckons people to…

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Ask Daphne (Javitch): Bloating Be Gone – Beauty Article

This week, holistic nutritionist Daphne Javitch launches a new video series, “Ask Daphne,” which opens with the overly important and underexposed topic of digestion and bloat. Perhaps best known as the founder of @doingwell, Daphne Javitch is an honest, relatable and important voice in the ever-growing world of wellness. So suffice it to say we were thrilled to collaborate on a new educational series with her. This month, Daphne will be fielding questions that our IG community previously submitted on…

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Artis Black Elite Collection | British Beauty Blogger – Beauty Article

[productsample/affiliate] Every time my sensible self has a stern word about not needing to spend a fortune on make-up brushes when there are really good tools available (Real Techniques, for example) that are priced not to make your credit card cry, I get a new drop from Artis and forget everything I told myself. Artis Black Elite Collection I guess it’s an appreciation of the thought that’s gone into the production of these – it’s a re-engineering of traditional shapes…

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Accepting The Gift of Being An Empath: Part One – Beauty Article

Empaths often absorb the emotions of those around them — so how do empaths take care of THEMSELVES? Nina Endrst begins by identifying some of their gifts… When I was about 19, I fell for a man – he was incredibly charming, good-looking, “mature” – he worked in sales in NYC. He owned his midtown Manhattan apartment – a pretty incredible accomplishment for a 20-something – and I was impressed. He was a scrappy dude and even though I knew…

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The Wellness Edit with Our Junior Art Director – Beauty Article

The Wellness Edit with Our Junior Art Director We’re paying 100% attention to Josie’s six recommendations, because that girl oozes confidence and cool 24/7. Youth To The People Gel Cleanser Obsessed! My new favorite cleanser. It makes my skin feel really clean without over-drying. I love the smell, too! Definitely recommend. The Beauty Chef Probiotic Skin Cleanser This was a new one for me… wasn’t totally sure what to expect. I feel like my skin has been really responsive since…

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Transitioning Your Skincare Routine from Summer to Fall – Beauty Article

Your skin can love autumn weather, too, and the transition from summer-to-fall doesn’t have to be as brutal as spring-to-summer. Summer is great for a lot of things: sweating, bug bites, sunburn, general lethargy. (Can you tell I’m not a big fan of the season?) But in all seriousness, one thing that can be great about summer is how your skin behaves. Sure, it may take a few weeks for your face to transition from the milder weather of spring…

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A Sheet Mask for Every Body Part—And WHY – Beauty Article

Full body masking? It’s happening, and these are the face, chest (and even feet!) options to take for a summer spin… There’s a reason that Cindy Crawford, the 90s supermodel that put “American girl” glamour on the map, admitted to masking before important photo shoots — it works for every age. For Cindy, a medical-grade silicon patch applied to her décolletage before bed (quite similar to this new Wrinkles Schminkles adaptation) meant that she would wake up with a surprisingly…

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Go Deep WTHN Your Skin – Beauty Article

Co-founder Dr. Shari Auth walks us through how and why to give at-home facial cupping a try and why you shouldn’t be scared of ancient beauty practices. You know that saying, “everything old is new again?” Well, nowhere is that truer than in the world of skincare. Over the last few years, it seems like a “new” ancient self-care technique is reintroduced — and we couldn’t be more psyched about this trend. After all, if something has withstood the test…

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4 Non-Stressful Tips to Organize Your Beauty Products – Beauty Article

Sheena Yaitanes, the founder of Kosas, shares her laidback method for controlling the chaos (no prior Kondo experience required). When it comes to organizing, everyone has a system — or lack thereof. Sheena Yaitanes, the founder of the Los Angeles-based clean makeup brand Kosas, is surrounded by palettes and stacks of products all day. Her 1920s-era home doubles as her workspace, testing lab and sometimes warehouse. “It’s filled with beauty products of all kinds that are in various stages of…

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Wildling, I Think I Love You – Beauty Article

Just as a wildling thrives in its natural habitat, this LA-based wellness brand hopes to inspire every human to feel wild and natural, especially in their skin. These days, it seems you can’t scroll through Instagram without seeing a video of someone dragging a piece of stone over their of-course-luminous face. To the uninitiated, the practice is called “gua sha” and chances are pretty high that the person doing the dragging is Britta Plug, esthetician and holistic health practitioner extraordinaire…

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Mama’s Got A Brand New Bag (Full of Fun Beauty Things) – Beauty Article

Mama’s Got A Brand New Bag (Full of Fun Beauty Things) My friend, are you in desperate need of a bag refresh? If so, there’s no better time to do it than RIGHT NOW. Have you ever had that thing happen where you’re running around like the strong, busy lady you are when you realize you desperately need lip balm/hand cream/floss/anything of the like? You assume you’ve got some in your bag because of course you do but after digging…

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The Global Skincare Buzz Fueled By French-Girl Hemp and Korean-Beloved Bees – Beauty Article

French girls ride the hemp wave, and South Korea wants bees to live their best lives, too. There’s a new buzz in beauty town, and it’s coming from two faraway places. French girls are finally riding the hemp wave, and have (of course) taken it one step further. French native Laure Bouguen, a pink-haired pixie with an entrepreneurial edge, was inspired to make it third-gen family legacy by her grandparents who grew cannabis in the 60s for paper production. Now…

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