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Kyemah McEntyre is an 18 year old girl from Jersey New York, who wants to be a designer. And she just proved that bullying will only make her stronger. Having coped with bullying for so long, she still managed to keep focused. So she designed her own prom dress for the ball. And not only she impressed us, but she pretty much impressed everyone else. She’s even been crowned prom queen.

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And she has some strong words for you, too: “Throughout the world, we have people who do not notice each others essence and humanity. We stunt our collective spiritual growth by allowing assumptions and stereotypes to cloud our mind and thus our physical reality. We let these negative ideas get the best of us, and in turn, a world of isolation is manifested by our lack of sensitivity and desire to sympathize with each other. This results is a world in which people live within the confines of their own space, isolated from each other and separated from the rest of the world. The most creative people are the ones who step out of their comfort zone and take advantage of the world around them. I believe that in order for society to gain a wider horizon, we have to be willing to acknowledge other people from differences, beliefs, morals, and values.

 

Well, Kyemah, what more could we add? We like you, girl!

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Everyone must know Murad Osmann and Natalia Zakharova by now. You must have seen at least a few pictures of them holding hands when traveling around the world, if you are an instagram enthusiast. With only 270 posts, Murad Osmann managed to rack up over 2,5 million followers on Instagram.

And now these two lovebirds got married. And the photos are simply amazing. Should I even start on Natalia’s outfits? She’s amazing!

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Congratulations to the gorgeous couple! Follow them on Instagram. 

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The stripes. A never-ending story. Whether you go horizontal, vertical or oblique, this summer it’s all about the stripes, and we wouldn’t want it any other way! There’s always a flattering stripe for everyone and if you’re daring by nature, you can always go for the combination: mix horizontal with vertical, red with black or navy, or even yellow. There are no limits now!

Here are some of our favorite stripe stories for this summer, for your inspiration.

Victoria Beckham

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Topshop Unique

 

 

 

 

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Temperley London

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Preen

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Paul Smith

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Giles

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DKNY

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Cushnie et Ochs

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Altuzarra

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Photos: style.com

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One of the most pressing issues we are facing in recent years is the appearance of dark spots, especially during summer. I find that more and more people are addressing this issue and it’s becoming a rather common issue with women all over the world.

Because the dark spot removal procedure is rather expensive, the easiest way to avoid this problem is prevention, which can be relatively simple. The key answer is the high SPF protection lotion or CC cram/foundation.

Here are two of the best ways to prevent dark spots during summer

1. We recommend 50+ SPF lotions, designed specifically for the face. Our editors tested several products, out of which one seemed to exceed their expectations. Avene 50+ for sensitive skin seems to do the trick when it comes to protection and its texture is not too greasy for every day use.

How to use it to get the results: apply the lotion every morning before you leave the house, starting from April to October. You can use it instead of your usual daily cream. This will offer a very high sun protection for the whole day.

How much does it cost?  15-20 euros.
It is also important to note that it is not recommended to deliberately expose your face to the sun. Try to avoid exposing your face when taking sunbaths, use hats or sun umbrellas.

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2. Another option is a BB cream, CC cream or a foundation with a very high SPF. If you prefer this, then the only product of this type available on the market right now is the Chanel CC Cream with SPF 50. It’s rather pricy, but definitely doing the job. We’ve tested this on mature, dry and oily skin and it surprisingly works on all of them. We recommend this product during summer, if you can afford it and you do not want to take any risks with your skin.

How to use it to get the results: apply every morning before you leave the house, April to October.

How much does it cost? 40-60 euros.

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Now go on, it’s time to show your radiant and healthy skin!

 

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What to wear at the beach in 2015

Let’s just put it this way: you’ll probably only have one summer escape this year, and you’d want to make sure you look your best.

The 2015 beach look is rather minimal and cool this season, so try to go for pieces that are simple, but have a little something extra, something that will put you on the style map. At the same time, make sure your choices represent you and your style.

Here’s some ideas:

  1. Crochet pieces– these go really well for a beach style, especially if you’re going for a white look.asos1 asos
  2. Long dresses/kaftans– this is the best choice for any type of silhouette; the long dresses and kaftans look good on every body type and offer you more comfort than any other piece.asos7 asos4
  3. Playsuits match playful personalities. When you’re young and restless, this type of garment will definitely highlight your personality.asos6 asos3 asos2
  4. Fishnet tops – these may be a little bit out there, but if you’re a rock’n’roll kind of girl, they are the best for you.asos5
  5. Off the shoulder tops and dresses- we are crazy about this trend; there’s no woman out there that doesn’t love her shoulders, so why not showing one of the best parts of your body, especially at the beach, where there are no boundaries?asos8

Photos: asos.com

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Sometimes we have busy days, we find ourselves stressed and lacking energy and some of us put up with insomnia, all of which can make you look like you haven’t rested for weeks or months. But luckily, us women, we can make this go away by this amazing tool that we call makeup. Yep, we’re loving it. And no matter how makeup-shaming some people can be, we should not care and continue feeling and looking gorgeous. At least that’s what Nikki says.

Makeup techniques can be learned and with just a bit of study and exercise, you can become your own amazing make-up artist.

Here’s one example of how fantastic make-up can be and what a great boost of confidence it can give you. Use it, love it, take advantage of it.

Nikki only used makeup o half of her face to prove what a huge difference it can make. And we’re loving it.

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You can subscribe to Nikki’s Youtube channel here.

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I love smoking; this is just what some non-smokers don’t seem to understand: smoking is a pleasure! How would you feel if someone came over to you and asked you to stop having sex, huh? Not that funny anymore…!?

Smoking is nice; it’s tasty; it’s relaxing; overall it’s a huge pleasure. I know, no matter how much you love it, you will have to quit at some point, cause it’s killing you (slowly and orgasmically). I’ve switched to electronic cigarette a while ago and now I rarely use that too. As a result, about 10% of the pleasure in my life is gone. I smell better and I spend less money on that crap, but my life’s not that pleasant anymore. Seriously now. And it’s been 8 months. So people, help me understand: am I totally nuts or are there more like me?

Here’s a nice ‘smoking era’ memory….oh…

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