Month: July 2020

We’re now over two months into the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement globally. By and large the media has stopped reporting on the marches and protests across North America with the same frequency and urgency as they were two months ago, but they’re still happening and they still matter. And while the spotlight
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Embrace your natural texture with these expert tips Let’s face it: Spending a ton of time styling your hair with hot tools when it’s hot and humid is no fun. That’s why it’s time to take back the short-lived Canadian summer and embrace your natural hair texture, whether it’s coarse and curly, fine and limp
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We spoke to its founder, actress Tonya Williams, about the recent launch, why she dislikes the catchall term BIPOC, and her hopes for the industry moving forward. By Pahull Bains Date July 29, 2020 <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″??????>icon-facebook <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″??????>icon-twitter When it comes to the lack of representation of people of colour in the film
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Warrior Twists In keeping with the theme of Jonathan Simkhai’s refined, modern, and chic collection, TRESemmé stylist Odile Gilbert pulled the models’ hair back to create a “strong and tough but still elegant” low-ponytail. Once the ponytail was secured, the hairstylist parted the remaining hair in two, twisted each side down, and secured it with
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August 1 marks the abolition of the enslavement in British colonies, including Canada. Here, three Canadians explain what the day means to them Marking Emancipation Day 2020 will be a very different experience from years past. With the backdrop of simultaneous public health crises—the COVID-19 pandemic, and ongoing police violence—we’re forced to recognize this momentous
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From pencils and powders to gels and pomades, here’s the lowdown on every type of arch-defining product out there Eyebrow trends may come and go, but the bushy brow look is here to stay. If you’ve recently experienced an at-home grooming mishap or aren’t naturally blessed with thick and well-defined brows, don’t worry—beauty aisles are
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image courtesy bell mediaIncluding Margot Robbie’s Birds of Prey, a documentary about the wellness industry, and a new film from Seth Rogen. By Pahull Bains Date July 27, 2020 <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″??????>icon-facebook <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″??????>icon-twitter We’ve got a lot of time on our hands right now. Here are all the movies and television shows we
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Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have never been best friends—nor is it expected they should be—but a new excerpt from a forthcoming book written by royal reporters Omid Scobie and ELLE.com royal contributor Carolyn Durand reveals the sisters-in-law “struggled to move past the distant politeness of when they first met.” The passage from Finding Freedom:
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We put these pairs to the test to find out which shorts are best when it comes to protecting your thighs Now that we’ve reached the peak of summer, we’re finally getting all the sunshine we deserve—and the unyielding heat that comes along with it. That means thigh-chafing is once again an uncomfortable issue for
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Two years ago, while I was in Vermont for a yoga teacher training, I had my first threesome with a married, cis-het, white couple. I found them on Tinder, as you do. My profile was simple. Me backstage in a tube top dress with a smirky smile. A swimsuit selfie in my friend’s pool. A
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Despite what 2020 has brought us, fashion designers are promising us the same level of imagination and star power as always. The fall-winter 2020 campaigns have arrived, casting a stoic John Waters in Saint Laurent, Gigi Hadid for Prada, and Irina Shayk in collaboration with Burberry. Click through to see all the season’s best campaigns,
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