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As the founder of Brooklyn-based natural skin-care company Palermo Body, Jessica Morelli, 29, is happy to spend her beauty money at other local businesses.Regular appointments include manicures every two weeks at pH7, an ecofriendly nail salon in Williamsburg ($50 per month). “It’s the Michael Kors Factory Store thing that makes me feel like I’m put together,” she says.She opts for facials every few months with Hillery Sklar — “she’s a magic woman!,” says Morelli — in South Williamsburg ($125). “When you do preventive measures like that, you don’t need to do as much for the rest of the month.”Rubdowns at Massage Williamsburg ($120) Coach Factory Store help Morelli destress, she says. “[Massages there are] unlike any other massages I’ve gotten — they take the time to get to know what you do for a living.”Heading a skin-care company has its perks — including unlimited samples. “I use my products almost exclusively for the things I’ve made them for,” she says. She fills Longchamp Outlet the gaps with other local and all-natural brands, including Meow Meow Tweet deodorant ($22), RMS Beauty’s Living Luminizer ($38) and “Un” Coverup ($36) and W3llpeople Bio Correct concealer ($22.99), all purchased at Follain in Soho.
In the annals of fashion-world fabulousness, it would be hard to top Bella Hadid’s epic month of May.In the space of Michael Kors Outlet Online Sale 31 days, the 20-year-old supermodel racked up four magazine covers, a trio of high-profile ad campaigns, three product launches — including her collaboration with Chrome Hearts — and she walked in Naomi Campbell’s charity fashion show. Bella slayed at the Met Gala in a see-through Alexander Wang catsuit and turned heads at the Cannes Film Festival Michael Kors Outlet Online in risqué designer dresses. When it came time to relax, the sultry brunette frolicked in unidentified tropical waters with BFFs Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin, then cavorted on a yacht in the Med with race-car driver Lewis Hamilton.“Bella is exploding, and she’s just going to keep getting bigger and bigger,” says Mel Ottenberg, celebrity stylist for Coach Outlet Store Rihanna and fashion director for ultra-hip fashion and art magazine 032c, which features a topless Hadid (times three) on the cover of its summer issue. “She’s a face for our times and a star player in a new breed of megafamous models that we as a culture are fascinated by.”With a career powered by social media Coach Outlet Stores and reality TV, Bella was one of the original “Insta-girls,” along with her model older sister, Gigi, and Jenner. Although she has 13.5 million Instagram followers and counting, the New York-based bombshell has long since eclipsed this label. Experts say the 5-foot-9 glamazon is a legit talent with charisma, personal style and one of the best coach factory outlet bodies in the business.“Bella has this unique blend of classically beautiful features mixed with a very of-the-moment confidence and sexiness,” says Elle Editor-in-Chief Robbie Myers, who chose her as one of six May cover girls. “She maintains a kind of mystery, too, that is really alluring in the age of the overshare. And she addresses the Coach Outlet Online camera so directly, without artifice, it’s almost startling.”Adding to her charm is a lively personality. “Her energy is infectious, she’s got a great laugh and she’s magnetic,” says Ottenberg.And also famously nice. “Her kindness immediately seduced me beyond her beauty,” says French couturier Alexandre Vauthier, a Bella fave.
Just when you think that contouring is dead coach purses and buried as the beauty world welcomes softer, more natural makeup, Kim Kardashian is digging it up again.The reality star’s first makeup line, KKW Beauty, launched Wednesday at 12 p.m. EST with a $48 Crème Contour & Highlight Kit. The package comes in four shades of varying darkness and includes a dual-ended contour stick, a dual-ended Longchamp Sale highlight stick and a dual-ended kabuki brush/sponge. The products are meant to help users sculpt Kardashian’s signature high cheekbones and slim nose. Not included: access to the Kardashian family’s favorite plastic surgeon.“I wanted to introduce my beauty line, KKW Beauty, with a product that is really the basis around which my whole look is created, my Michael Kors Outlet Clearance signature product, a crème contour and highlight kit,” Kardashian said in the accompanying press release. “I wanted to make a product that every woman can use; something for all skin tones and a kit that is versatile and that will instantly become a staple in everyone’s makeup routines.”The shade Mrs. Kanye West might choose for herself Coach Outlet is up for discussion — last week, Kardashian was accused of darkening her skin in a photo to promote the beauty line. She brushed off the suggestions that the shot was a form of blackface, telling the New York Times that she was just “really tan” when the photo was taken, and that “it might be Michael Kors Handbags that the contrast was off.”Still, the kits are expected to sell out immediately, as do half-sister Kylie Jenner’s line of lip and eye products. Sources predicted the 300,000 kits would be gone within five minutes, racking up $14.4 million in sales.Don’t fret if you can’t get your hands on one: Kardashian says the kit will be coach outlet online part of her permanent collection, and that much more is in the works. “I can’t wait to reveal all the products I have coming up,” she said.
As Sarah Buglass, Ph.D. researcher at the Division of Psychology at Nottingham Trent University told The Post, comparing ourselves to others — in particular models and celebrities — is Coach Factory Outlet not a new phenomenon, what’s different now is that the people we’re comparing ourselves to are being presented to us in a more “real” environment. These days, it’s not just the rich and famous we’re comparing ourselves to, it’s our ‘friends’ and social connections, not to mention filtered images of our own face.“Seeing such highly curated coach outlet images validated online, by being ‘liked’ and commented on favorably by many others, gives an indication that the beauty ideals displayed are normal and socially desirable,” Buglass said. This may in turn have a negative impact on our self-esteem and mental health.“Pre-social media, people were concerned that beauty ideals were being warped by the distribution of Coach Purses curated images (i.e. models, actresses) via mass media. The argument was that if women could see images of other ‘regular’ women, it would solve this problem,” Dr. Pamela Rutledge told The Post. “Now, of course, there are many more images of real people on the Internet than supermodels, yet the concerns over body image remain the Michael Kors Bags same. Thus, we are forced to ask questions about our inherent lack of self-confidence, particularly when it comes to self-presentation.”Indeed, the definitions and ideals around beauty are ever changing. It was not that long ago that Kim Kardashian, now hailed as the homogenized ideal of beauty, was far from that; many have praised her for broadening Longchamp Bag the ideals to include a more curvaceous body shape. Indeed, there are and will always be exceptions to the rule. These days, Alicia Keys has been championing no makeup, while the more natural makeup look is apparent everywhere from catwalks to beauty vlogs. Plus, as we increasingly settle into a social media driven world, we can Coach Outlet Store Online only hope to find more bravery in our individuality.In her “Saturday Night Live” hosting monologue, comedian Amy Schumer referenced the Kardashian-Jenner family, calling them “A whole family of women that take the faces they were born with as a light suggestion,” and despairing that the bevy of sisters are considered role models.As Rutledge put it: “Role Michael Kors Outlet models can be both inspirational and detrimental to one’s self esteem; social comparison isn’t always negative… If, for example, you want to succeed like Jenner and you work as hard as she does at something, then it doesn’t matter if you try to style your eyebrows or puff up your lips like hers.“It’s the same for Michael Kors Outlet Store young men who aspire to, for example, become a basketball star. If they emulate the shoes or clothes of a player and expect success, they will be angry and disappointed. If, however, they also spend every waking hour making free throws, the shoes — like the eyebrows — will be inspirational.”
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