Why These Twin Eritrean Political Refugees Made Sure To Own 100% of Their Beauty Brand

In the Los Angeles loft headquarters of 2.4.1 Cosmetics, gray walls give way to a calming and warm ambiance, with flowers and flickering candles framing the space. The founders’ own quote, “Don’t let the eyeliner fool you” sits on a wall. It’s a nod to one of their first products: a rich black eyeliner named “Wing It,” that caters to cat eye lovers.

The company’s aura is a reflection of its leaders, twin sister Eritrean political refugees Feven and Helena Yohannes. The two are on a quest to instill confidence, kindness, and integrity in women with their beauty brand, as they say, “one eyeliner at a time.”

2.4.1 Cosmetics is a clean and classic collection wigs singapore of cruelty-free, paraben-free, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, and fragrance-free lipsticks and lip glosses, eyeshadows, and liquid and gel eyeliners, each with a name that has special meaning.

“We were really intentional about naming the

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Kuwait’s #MeToo moment: Women denounce harassment, violence

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Abrar Zenkawi was cruising toward the beach in Kuwait City when she saw a man waving and smiling in her rearview mirror.

Elsewhere, this may have been a benign highway flirtation. But in Kuwait, it’s a haunting routine that often turns dangerous. The man pulled up beside her, inched closer and finally drove into her. Zenkawi’s car, carrying her toddler nieces, sister and friend, flipped six times.

“It’s considered normal here. Men always drive way too close to scare girls, chase them to their homes, follow them to work, just for fun,” said Zenkawi, 34, who spent months in the hospital with a shattered spine. “They don’t think about the consequences.”

But that may be changing as women are increasingly challenging Kuwait’s deeply patriarchal society. In recent weeks, a growing number of women have broken taboos to speak out about the scourge of harassment

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Women report more side effects than men. Here’s why.

Reports of COVID-19 vaccine side effects support what many have anecdotally observed: Women shoulder the bigger burden.

Among nearly 7,000 reports processed through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System from Dec. 14 to Jan. 13, more than 79% of them came from women. The most frequently reported side effects were headache, fatigue and dizziness.

Women also are more likely than men to experience some of the vaccine’s more unusual side effects, such as an itchy red rash that appears at the injection site commonly known as COVID arm or Moderna arm, because about 95% of the reactions occur with the Moderna vaccine. Overall, women account for 77% of the Moderna vaccine’s reported side effects.

These side effects – even if unusual – are a good sign the vaccine is working to arm the body’s immune system against the coronavirus. But why are women more

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Allu Arjun or Rana Daggubati; Who pulled off screen printed artwork white shirt better?

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Fashion face-offs are quite normal and interestingly, celebrities have gracefully turned it into a trend. As we all know, the actors are always in the limelight, be it for their airport or promotional look. This week, we have Rana Daggubati and Allu Arjun- two of Tollywood’s best-dressed actors who always serve us major style goals. The boys recently turned heads with their sartorial style statements as both sported a similar look. 


For a recent movie promotional event, Allu Arjun opted for a screen-printed artwork white shirt by Sahil Aneja that he paired with leather patched joggers pant and black shoes. Allu Arjun is very particular about his fashion choices and he is someone who sticks to a few colours like white and black. However, he equally loves being experimental when it comes to fashion. We loved this look of AA! This look has been styled by

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