ColourPop Is Coming Out With a “No Filter” Concealer

ColourPop is known for having good quality products at an affordable price point. They're also known for having products that pack in a lot of color, and as such, have typically offered high pigment eyeshadows, super matte liquid lipsticks, and wonderfully dewy highlighters. Because of their fo
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Thailand monks: Wirapol Sukphol case highlights country’s Buddhism crisis

It was a jarring image; a group of Buddhist monks, with shaven heads and orange robes, sitting back in the soft-leather seats of an executive jet, passing luxury accessories among themselves. The video of the monk, now known by his pre-monk name, Wirapol Sukphol, went viral after being posted on You
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Gay Germans’ joy mixed with adoption angst

Gay Pride Berlin is a riot of glitter, glam and rainbow flags.This weekend people will celebrate Germany's new law to allow equal marriage. But it is not necessarily "equal" for gay parents. Berlin drag kings wax their moustaches, the queens dust off their biggest beehives and huge rainbow flags ado
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Reality Check: Are there more women in leading TV roles?

In the week the BBC announced it was casting a woman as Doctor Who for the first time, it also revealed that only a third of its highest-paid stars are women.Headlines about women's equality, or otherwise, in British TV abounded. It got the Reality Check team thinking about whether Jodie Whittaker's
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Norway: The country where no salaries are secret

This week the British papers revelled in news about how much the BBC's on-air stars get paid, though the salaries of their counterparts in commercial TV remain under wraps. In Norway, there are no such secrets. Anyone can find out how much anyone else is paid - and it rarely causes problems.In the p
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Comic book success: The rise of the Comic-Con festival

San Diego's Comic-Con International, happening this weekend, is an annual fiesta of costumes, comic books and celebrities that sits at the centre of a multi-billion dollar industry. From a gathering of less than 300 people in 1970, the event has morphed into an annual, multi-day media bonanza that d
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What can modern girls learn from Disney princesses?

A slim figure, housework skills, and the need to be rescued by a man are some of the attributes often associated with Disney princesses.But behind the clichés, the characters can also demonstrate determination, compassion, ambition - and fearlessness.The England women's football team believes the t
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Women’s World Cup: Lynne Thomas and the cricket spirit of 1973

"When people ask me what I'd have been if I'd not been a cricket player, I say... a millionaire," laughs Lynne Thomas, who 44 years ago helped England to victory in the first ever cricket World Cup. The women's game beat the men onto the global crease, with their inaugural World Cup in 1973 coming t
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Week in pictures: 15 – 21 July 2017

Our selection of some of the most striking news photographs taken around the world this week.All photographs are copyrighted.
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Children in temporary housing up a third since 2014

The number of homeless children being housed in temporary accommodation rose by more than a third in the last three years, according to official figures.The Local Government Association says councils are now providing temporary housing for 120,540 children with their families.It says the growth rate
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