37 Effective Beauty Products Under $20

Lip gloss that isn’t sticky. That’s all.

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Prism Makeup Interstellar Eyeshadow Palette provides 21 ~out of this world~ shades that are blendable, pigmented, and range from matte to shimmery and neutral to bold — all for a fraction of the cost of higher-end brands. Repeat after me: Zetus lapetus.


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Promising review: “This palette is so pretty! Definitely a dupe for the Urban Decay palette. The pigmentation is more vibrant on a good eyeshadow base (like concealer or primer) but obviously what shadows aren’t. For the money of this

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8 ways Hollywood is confused about the return of red carpet dressing

Emerald Fennell, Carey Mulligan and Regina King on the 2021 Oscars red carpet 

Emerald Fennell, Carey Mulligan and Regina King on the 2021 Oscars red carpet

Has Hollywood forgotten how to do party dressing? It was a question worth pondering at this year’s stripped back Oscars ceremony. Attendees couldn’t seem to settle on a dress code, wearing everything from feathered black T-shirt dresses (Frances McDormand) to 24-karat gold thread suits (Leslie Odom Junior) to appear on screen from gatherings held in Los Angeles and London.

That said, there were some stand-out looks on the night, as well as a few trends to take away. These are all the talking points you need to know about…

The bold shoulder

Regina King in Louis Vuitton and Angela Bassett in Alberta Ferretti - Getty

Regina King in Louis Vuitton and Angela Bassett in Alberta Ferretti – Getty

Regina King graced the red carpet in her capacity as director of One Night in Miami, making her one of a new contingent of directors who can give the Best Actress nominees

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Rick Owens Takes On Fashion’s Last Taboo: Male Aggression

Surely you’ve seen that meme circulating right now—the one that goes, “Men would rather [do some absurdly difficult task] than go to therapy.” Men would rather start a band, get impeached, become the greatest golfer of all time, spend ten years coming home from the Trojan War…than go to therapy. It’s a gallows-humor twist on a horrifying reality: male aggression, especially white men’s suppressed anger, is at the center of so many of the world’s problems right now.

Men’s fashion, meanwhile, is in a golden period. But designers only glancingly acknowledge that their customer base is in the midst of an identity crisis. Shayne Oliver was maybe the closest to touch on it, with his macho BDSM vibe at Hood By Air, and Demna Gvasalia always hits it in Balenciaga’s biannual fright fests of global domination. But other than these oblique overtures, designers have mostly ignored the monster festering in

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