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Boycott L'Oreal: Makeup for Israeli apartheid

Boycott L'Oreal: Makeup for Israeli apartheid


The Electronic Intifada

In this holiday season, the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee calls upon people of conscience all over the world to boycott all the products of the French cosmetics giant, L'Oreal, due to its deep and extensive involvement in business relations with Israel, despite the latter's continued occupation and apartheid policies against the indigenous Palestinian people.

Joanna Gaines Thanks Fans Since Fixer Upper Final Season Announcement: 'We Really Have Saved the Best For Last'

Joanna Gaines Thanks Fans Since Fixer Upper Final Season Announcement: 'We Really Have Saved the Best For Last'

by Alexia Fernandez @ PEOPLE.com

Joanna Gaines is thanking Fixer Upper fans after news broke that the upcoming fifth season of the hit HGTV show would be the last one.

The Fixer Upper host, 39, shared a photo of herself and her husband, Chip Gaines, on Instagram Tuesday, a few hours after their final season announcement was made.

“Thank you all for watching, caring and cheering us on these past few years. We are overwhelmed by your support and your kindness. You have become a part of our story forever,” she wrote in the caption. “Season 5 of Fixer Upper is scheduled to start airing in November and we really have saved the best for last!0”

The couple revealed the news on their blog Tuesday, which came as a shock to viewers who have followed them on their journey from a small-town construction and decorating duo in Waco, Texas, to international celebrities.

“It is with both sadness and expectation that we share the news that season 5 of Fixer Upper will be our last,” they wrote on their blog. “While we are confident that this is the right choice for us, it has for sure not been an easy one to come to terms with. Our family has grown up alongside yours, and we have felt you rooting us on from the other side of the screen. How bittersweet to say goodbye to the very thing that introduced us all in the first place.”

Since the pilot aired in May 2013, Fixer Upper has become one of the highest-rated shows in the network’s history. But being on TV is just one part of Chip and Jo’s home improvement empire.

Watch: Fixer Upper’s Chip and Joanna Gaines on How They Fell In Love

The couple’s growing portfolio of successful businesses includes retail compound Magnolia Market at the Silos (which draws up to 40,000 visitors every week); paint, rug, wallpaper and furniture lines; a quarterly magazine; a real estate company; a luxury vacation rental; a soon-to-open restaurant and a New York Times bestselling book, with a second, Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff, due out Oct. 17.

And if their fame and fortune suddenly came to a halt, well, they’d be okay with that too. “We’ve got everything that our hearts desire,” Chip said. “I don’t see how we could be happier.”

And the couple never wanted their children Drake, 12, Ella, 10, Duke, 9, and Emmie Kay, 7, to grow up in the spotlight.

“They’re so young, and we want to give them the chance to have a normal childhood,” said Joanna, 39. “Family is the most important thing in the world.”

For more on Chip and Joanna, including an excerpt from Chip’s upcoming book Capital Gaines, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE on newsstands Friday.


The Ultimate Guide To Cruelty-Free Nail Polish

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

We’ve reached out to all the nail polish brands to bring you this post. The main thing I’d like to point out is that Essie and OPI, 2 of the most popular nail polish brands, DO test on animals by selling in China. Sally Hansen is another culprit. Regardless, you’ll notice that there are an […]

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Beyond the Label Bewitching: Kids’ Makeup Exposed

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

In 2009, we sent 10 Halloween makeup kits to a lab to test for heavy metals. We suspected these products could contain heavy metals due to the substantial pigmentation in the products. Very sensitive tests revealed low levels of lead in 100 percent of the products. Further, half of the products contained chromium, four contained ... Read more...

A Post-Election, Pre-Thanksgiving Message from Jeanne

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

For all Americans, and I dare say the world, the November 8th presidential election in this country casts a shadow or a light on this traditional American holiday when we are called to give thanks. I’m writing today with gratitude for the determination of our dedicated staff and all who support us as we navigate ... Read more...

5 killer stats to start your week

by Leonie Roderick @ Marketing Week

We arm you with all the stats you need to prepare for the coming week and help you understand the big industry trends.

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Uber brand takes another hit as it loses London licence

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

Transport for London says Uber is not “fit and proper” to hold a private hire operator licence as it raises concerns over a lack of corporate responsibility.

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Mark Ritson: Spreadsheet jockeys are misunderstanding the marketing funnel

by Mark Ritson @ Marketing Week

Too many people are confusing the marketing funnel, thinking it is all about marketers when really it's all about the consumer.

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Apple, Nike, BT Sport: The top 10 YouTube ads in August

by Leonie Roderick @ Marketing Week

The most popular ads on YouTube last month included Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson teaming up with Apple’s Siri and Nike exploring what goes into an athlete’s smile.

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Are FMCG brands struggling to realise the promise of direct selling?

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

The promise of more data and better insights into customers is causing more FMCG brands to test direct-to-consumer models but few have found the recipe for success yet.

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L’Oreal ambassador Helen Mirren says moisturiser probably does 'f*** all'

L’Oreal ambassador Helen Mirren says moisturiser probably does 'f*** all'


The Independent

Oscar-winning actress Dame Helen Mirren, who fronts an ad campaign for L’Oreal, said yesterday that moisturiser “probably does f*** all”. The moment of candour came while Dame Helen was appearing as a brand ambassador for L’Oreal on a panel at an event in the South of France.

Girl Scout Cookie Baking Mixes to Hit Stores Nationwide

Girl Scout Cookie Baking Mixes to Hit Stores Nationwide

by mariayagoda @ PEOPLE.com

Samoas in cupcake form was a thing we never knew we needed, but now it’s the only thing we can think about.

Pillsbury just unveiled Girl Scout Cookie baking mixes, which are available in Thin Mints and Caramel & Coconut – a.k.a. Samoas – flavors. The four new mixes are for baking cupcakes, brownies and blondies — unfortunately, you won’t be able to make actual Girl Scout Cookies, because that would put a lot of 7-year-olds out of business.

RELATED: Leonardo DiCaprio Eating Girl Scout Cookies at the Oscars Is the Internet’s Best New Meme

“Families can try out their favorite cookie flavors in the form of brownies, cupcakes, and blondies, while they wait for the real thing once a year during Girl Scout Cookie season,” said Girl Scouts of the USA chief revenue officer Barry Horowitz in a statement.

GSC loyalists are, to put it mildly, freaking out.

The mixes, now available nationwide, retail for $3.29 each — almost $2 less than what you’d pay for a box of cookies.

WATCH THIS: The Girl Scouts Cookie Oven Will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth Year Around

RELATED: The Best Girl Scout Cookie Recipes

Easily the best part of all this news is the fact that we will now be able to eat Girl Scout Cookie dough, something we never thought would be possible in our lifetimes!

Also Thin Mint brownie sundaes.

Also Samoas-flavored birthday cake.

Can you tell we’re excited about it?


Scary Secrets: What’s Hiding Inside Your Kids’ Makeup?

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

Earlier this month, colleagues from around the country scoured toy aisles across the country for kids’ products containing fragrance or ingredients made with the chemical styrene (see table below). Now, the 51 products they purchased are at an independent, certified laboratory to be tested for volatile organic compounds (VOC’s). We’ve also sent more than 14 ... Read more...

What’s Hiding in Kids’ Face Paints and Makeup?

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

We sent face paints and kids’ cosmetics to the lab to find out what might be lurking in these products. After extensive label reading, we tested 48 Halloween products for the presence of heavy metals and 65 kids’ makeup products—collected by 14 partners across the country—for volatile organic compounds (VOCs). We found the widespread presence ... Read more...

Marketoonist on PowerPoint pitches

by Tom Fishburne @ Marketing Week

Tom Fishburne is founder of Marketoon Studios. Follow his work at marketoonist.com or on Twitter @tomfishburne See more of the Marketoonist here Tom Fishburne will be speaking at the Festival of Marketing, which is taking place on 4 and 5 October at Tobacco Dock. To find out more information, including how to book tickets, visit […]

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The Afghan girls risking their lives to pursue their passion

by Andrea Kurland @ Huck Magazine

When Negin told her family she wanted to study music, it wrenched her away from everything she knew. “They said that I was a bad girl and told me not to play,” the 20-year-old tells me from her school in Kabul. Despite support from her father, she didn’t see her village in the northeastern district... Read more »

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Unilever Be the Leader We Know You Can Be: Disclose Fragrance Chemicals Now!

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

By Maija Witte The Unilever family is made up of some of the most popular and recognizable brands in the world. With brands like Caress, Axe, Degree, Suave, St. Ives and Dove, Unilever products are often considered to be safe, trustworthy and great for the whole family. Over the years, Unilever has developed ambitious social ... Read more...

L’Oreal: “We Don’t Want Black Women Selling Our Cosmetics”

L’Oreal: “We Don’t Want Black Women Selling Our Cosmetics”


Bossip

We hate to hear things like this. Whenever major companies make statements like this, we need to ban together and boycott them. L’Oreal may whore Beyonce, Eva Longoria and Kerry Washington fo…

This Is Us Shocker: Is This How Milo Ventimiglia's Jack Pearson Died? Twitter Goes Crazy

by Lanford Beard and Michele Corriston @ PEOPLE.com

 

This Is Us fans have long speculated what exactly caused the mysterious death of series patriarch, Jack Pearson (Milo Ventimiglia) — now they may finally have an answer.

On the NBC hit’s season 2 premiere, fans learned circumstances that could have led to the beloved character’s death. And, as is custom with the tear-jerking drama, many, many tissues were required to get through the jaw-dropping moment.

WARNING: Spoilers ahead … 

The episode opened with Rebecca (Mandy Moore) and Jack separated — but she decides she can’t give up on their relationship and tries to bring him home.

“I’m still really upset, and I don’t think I’m ready to talk about all that yet, but I shouldn’t have let you leave,” she pleads. “Because that’s not what we do. That’s not who we are. That’s not us.”

Jack insists that he is an alcoholic: “I have been drunk for weeks, and I thought I had it under control, like the first time, but I have a problem, Rebecca. And I’ve hidden it from you for a very long time. And I’ve hidden it from my kids, and I need to get a handle on it before I can walk back into that house. I’m sorry, baby. I am very embarrassed, and I am very sorry. I need to fix this on my own.”

Rebecca knocks on the door again and demands, “Get in the car, Jack. You are my husband, and I am your wife, and if you have a problem, we will fix it together.”

They kiss, and he obliges.

“A few months from now, everything will be back to normal,” she says.

Cut to the teenage Pearson kids sobbing as Kate (Chrissy Metz) says, “We have to find Kev. He needs to hear it from me.”

And at the end of the episode, Rebecca pulls up to a house with bags of Jack’s possessions, only to find it burnt to the ground, with firefighters surrounding the scene. She screams.

Did Jack die in the fire? Only time will tell — and Twitter is freaking out.

“I don’t know how to feel,” Moore told PEOPLE after the screening. “It was weird to watch it, but I’m so glad we got to watch it together. It’s nice to know that some piece of the puzzle.”

Clues included Kevin having a broken leg and Rebecca wearing a Steeler’s jersey.

Jack’s big reveal comes after endless theorizing, hair-pulling and gnashing of teeth since it was revealed he is dead in episode 5, “The Game Plan.”

Don’t miss People and EW’s This Is Us LIVE viewing party! Go to People.com and EW.com for exclusive access to the This Is Us season 2 red carpet premiere party – with all the scoop from your favorite cast members. Then, join our editors as they bring you expert insight and can’t-miss social buzz during the premiere episode of the hit NBC drama.

Clues were doled out, characters — including Jack’s daughter Kate — assigned blame to themselves, and still very little could prepare fans for the inevitable, “heart-wrenching” discovery.

Ventimiglia’s costars, who have shed tears while watching episodes along with fans, have had plenty to say about his character’s eventual demise — even if they weren’t always able to give up key details for fear of spoiling the twist-heavy series.

I think Jack died the way that he lived, by always trying to do the right thing,” said Sterling K. Brown, who plays son Randall. “His death is in fitting with the type of father and the husband that he always tried to be, even when he fell short of the mark.”

Ventimiglia himself asked viewers to focus on Jack’s life, saying, “I would urge people to … just accept that Jack has limited time, and know that every moment he has with his kids, with his wife, is going to be the most important thing to him.”

with reporting by PATRICK GOMEZ

Beauty In Orbit: The New Space-Themed Vegan Cuts Box

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

I’m here with another installment of the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box, this time with their “Beauty in Orbit” filled with lunar-inspired goodies. The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription box filled with 4-7 totally vegan and cruelty-free products. Keep reading for my thoughts on the products included in the July “Beauty in Orbit” […]

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Tallying Frightening Results

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

It’s always an exciting, yet daunting moment when testing results come back from the lab. These days, they arrive via email, in a pdf report, which we open with baited breath, wondering if the lab found anything; and if so, if there is a coherent story to tell. If you’ve been following our kids’ makeup ... Read more...

Corona, Innocent and AEG on what it takes to launch a music festival

by Thomas Hobbs @ Marketing Week

As the Summer festival season comes to a close, Marketing Week asks marketers whether it’s worth the risk trying to create the next Glastonbury.

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Amazon reveals how it thinks about advertising

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

The retail giant is rapidly building out its ad business but says marketers should think of it as a way to add value to the customer, not just as a sales tool.

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Susan Sarandon, 69, Is the Gorgeous New Face of L’Oréal Paris!

Susan Sarandon, 69, Is the Gorgeous New Face of L’Oréal Paris!


PEOPLE.com

See the actress’s gorgeous new ad!

L'Oreal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte 24HR Foundation, 101 Classic Ivory, 1.0 oz - Walmart.com

L'Oreal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte 24HR Foundation, 101 Classic Ivory, 1.0 oz - Walmart.com


Walmart.com

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $35. Buy L'Oreal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte 24HR Foundation, 101 Classic Ivory, 1.0 oz at Walmart.com

Oath, Instagram, Unilever: Everything that matters this morning

by Marketing Week Reporters @ Marketing Week

Catch up on all the most important marketing news from the around the world with our morning round-up.

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Deliciously Ella on her ‘unusual’ approach to marketing

by Michael Barnett @ Marketing Week

Food writer and entrepreneur Ella Mills started Deliciously Ella back in 2012, and it has since grown into a multimillion pound brand. Here she shares the secrets to her success and the role marketing has played.

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Unidays on why brands should ‘assume nothing’ with Gen Z

by Charlotte Rogers @ Marketing Week

Students become independent consumers for the first time when they go to university so brands that communicate with them in the right way stand to forge long-term relationships with this hard to reach group.

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L'Oréal confirms it is considering selling   The Body Shop as profits fall

L'Oréal confirms it is considering selling The Body Shop as profits fall


the Guardian

Cosmetics company says it is exploring all options but has not made any decision on future of Sussex-based ethical retailer

Should your brand launch a youth sub-brand?

by Leonie Roderick @ Marketing Week

More companies are launching sub-brands to appeal to a younger demographic, but they would be wise to take a look at the parent brand instead.

The post Should your brand launch a youth sub-brand? appeared first on Marketing Week.

Transgender Model Hari Nef Stars in New L'Oréal Campaign

Transgender Model Hari Nef Stars in New L'Oréal Campaign


Allure

She's featured along with a slew of other famous faces.

Keith Weed: Marketers must follow the ‘5Cs’ to connect with today’s consumers

by Keith Weed @ Marketing Week

In order to navigate the new connected landscape marketers must follow the '5Cs Framework', which focuses on consumers, connecting, content, commerce and community.

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The Travel Diary: the enduring beauty of America’s national parks

by Andrea Kurland @ Huck Magazine

I was born and raised in Enfield, North London and starting getting into photography when I was about 15. After a while of shooting around my neighbourhood, I soon began searching for other sources of inspiration. I thought that my best work always came from holidays with my family; the ability to photograph new places... Read more »

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The Body Shop on how its new owners are trying to revive its ‘activist spirit’

by Thomas Hobbs @ Marketing Week

The cosmetics retailer admits it strayed too far away from being a purpose-driven business under the previous ownership but is looking to turn that around with a new mobile-driven campaign.

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The brand safety fallout: Three in four marketers say brand reputation has taken a hit

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

A new report reveals the extent of the brand safety scandal on brands, with 78% of marketers saying it has hurt their brand’s reputation and 50% that it has impacted brand affinity.

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Everything We Know About Jack's Death on This Is Us

Everything We Know About Jack's Death on This Is Us

by Michele Corriston @ PEOPLE.com

Spoiler alert: Our favorite TV dad, Jack Pearson, likely died in a fire, based on the shocking ending to the This Is Us season 2 premiere.

After Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) end their separation and decide to deal with his alcoholism together, the episode cuts to her driving up to a burnt house with bags of his possessions as firefighters surround the scene.

At PEOPLE and EW’s screening and Q&A, the cast alluded to more hints about Jack’s passing, specifically in the scene where teenage kids Kate and Randall hear the tragic news.

“That’s just a piece of the puzzle,” Moore told PEOPLE.

The clues? Kate holding a stuffed dog, Randall with a red-headed girlfriend by his side, and Kevin nursing a broken leg leading up to the big monumental event.  Rebecca is also wearing a Steeler’s jersey, representing her husband’s favorite football team.

Don’t miss People and EW’s This Is Us LIVE viewing party! Go to People.com and EW.com for exclusive access to the This Is Us season 2 red carpet premiere party – with all the scoop from your favorite cast members. Then, join our editors as they bring you expert insight and can’t-miss social buzz during the premiere episode of the hit NBC drama. “I’m glad we’ve revealed a little bit to everyone,” Ventimiglia said. “I know people have been asking questions, and I stay silent, because there’s so much I can’t reveal, but I’m glad they know at least a bit.” Added creator Dan Fogelman said during the panel, “This was always the plan. We talked about the fire and what happened to Jack.” This Is Us airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. Reporting by PATRICK GOMEZ and BRIANNE TRACY

John Lewis, Disney & Morrisons: 5 things that mattered this week and why

by Rebecca Aston @ Marketing Week

Catch up on all the important marketing news from the week including Disney's bid for digital ad dollars and John Lewis's focus on social media.

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Gerard Cosmetics: Animal Testing Policy & Correspondence

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Gerard Cosmetics started out as a teeth whitening brand which has now expanded to makeup products built on that same premise including their teeth whitening lip glosses. There is a lot of talk of Gerard Cosmetics being “cruelty-free” on social media, but the official Gerard Cosmetics website does not include an animal testing policy, nor […]

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Steven Tyler ‘Seeking Immediate Care’ as Aerosmith Cancels Last Four Shows of South American Tour

Steven Tyler ‘Seeking Immediate Care’ as Aerosmith Cancels Last Four Shows of South American Tour

by Alexia Fernandez @ PEOPLE.com

Steven Tyler is “seeking immediate care” after his doctors advised him that he could not continue to travel and perform, leading Aerosmith to cancel the last four shows of their South American tour.

The singer, 69, shared a statement on his Twitter account Tuesday, apologizing to fans and writing, “I’ve let you down.”

In the statement, Tyler “is expected to make a full recovery. With proper rest and treatment he will be back on his feet soon rocking the world.”

The rock star also included his own comments in the statement, writing, “To everybody in South America… Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Mexico… I’m very sorry and feel like I’ve let you down…. I won’t be able to continue the last four shows of this tour. I flew back to the US on doctor’s orders last night after the show in Sao Paulo.”

“I am not in a life threatening condition, but I need to deal with this right away, and get some rest and medical care immediately in order to sustain and maintain my future performances,” he continued. “I promise I’ll be back… unfortunately, health does not wait and it’s something even I can’t schedule around our shows… As they say, ‘We humans make plans, and God laughs…..'”

Last summer, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry collapsed onstage in New York during a performance with the Hollywood Vampires, which includes Johnny Depp.

 


Ed Pilkington: Marketing success requires an appetite for risk

by Ed Pilkington @ Marketing Week

People have different relationships with risk, but most businesses would be better off if they freed staff from the fear of failure and encouraged experimentation.

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Taylor Swift Sent Victoria Arlen Flowers After She Danced to 'Look What You Made Me Do' on DWTS

Taylor Swift Sent Victoria Arlen Flowers After She Danced to 'Look What You Made Me Do' on DWTS

by Dana Rose Falcone @ PEOPLE.com

Wishes from Taylor Swift make for a truly happy birthday. After Victoria Arlen danced to the singer’s hit “Look What You Made Me Do” on Monday night’s Dancing With the Stars, Swift sent her flowers with a sweet note.

“Victoria, you are incredible and I was so honored you danced to my song. I’m so inspired by you. Love, Taylor,” Arlen, who turned 23 Tuesday, read aloud after cohost Erin Andrews presented the paralympian with the gift.

For Arlen, the song choice made perfect sense. “I danced to her song ’22’ when I turned 22 on my last birthday, so I danced to her yesterday for this birthday,” she explained.

PEOPLE’s special issue 25 Seasons of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ is on stands now.

The DWTS family also presented the ESPN host with a bright pink cake — the color she wore on the season 25 premiere to remind her of her first wheelchair, crutches and leg brace — topped with a disco ball.

A new age ushered in fresh bout of confidence for Arlen, who exposed her legs for the first time on the show Tuesday. The milestone comes just one year after she regained the ability to walk following almost four years in a vegetative state due to her transverse myelitis and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis.

RELATED VIDEO: Bruno Toniolis Most Insane Dancing With the Stars Moments

“It’s putting on a whole different character and that’s very daunting for me,” Arlen said in rehearsal with partner Val Chmerkovskiy.

Getting out of her comfort zone paid off for the pair; They earned a score of 20 out of 30 from the judges on Latin night.

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.


2016 Holiday Gift Guide

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

Looking for some last minute gift ideas or stocking stuffers? We’ve got you covered! The Breast Cancer Fund is pleased to present our holiday gift guide highlighting our partners who support us year round. Prefer to shop from the comfort of your computer? If you sign up for the AmazonSmile program, .05% of every purchase ... Read more...

Laura Jane Grace: Punk rock’s most infamous anarchist

by Cian Traynor @ Huck Magazine

A long day of music is coming to an end when Against Me! take to the stage at a festival in Hertfordshire, an hour north of London. Laura Jane Grace’s long brown hair is cascading in front of her face, intermittently slipping into her mouth as she belts the lyrics of ‘True Trans Soul Rebel’... Read more »

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Nate Berkus Shares How His Entertaining Style Has Changed Since Welcoming Daughter Poppy

Nate Berkus Shares How His Entertaining Style Has Changed Since Welcoming Daughter Poppy

by Megan Stein @ PEOPLE.com

Nate Berkus is the expert on all things party planning. But since becoming a father to one-year-old daughter, Poppy, the designer’s go-to entertaining style has had a few changes.

“We entertain around her nap schedule now,” Berkus, artistic advisor for LG Studio, told PEOPLE at a breakfast on June 8, which celebrated the sleek line of high-end appliances he helped design.

RELATED: WATCH: Jessie James Decker Gives a Tour of Her Lovely Florida Beach House

But when Poppy isn’t snoozing, Berkus, 44, and husband Jeremiah Brent, 31, keep her busy with poolside play dates that are a far cry from a formal outdoor gathering.

“Our home is now filled with blow up toys from Target in the pool as opposed to margaritas,” Berkus said.

WATCH THIS: Designer Nate Berkus ‘Can’t Wait to Be a Family of 3!’

 

And the menu planning is even simpler.

“We throw food on the barbecue, we’ve actually even had a taco truck come once,” Berkus said. “We do put out snacks for the little ones, and they sit and throw them in the pool.”

RELATED: Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Hilarious First Date Story in New Sneak Peek of The Magnolia Story

Although the guest list has been tweaked to include Poppy’s younger crowd, the design-savvy couple couldn’t be happier with their new scene.

“It’s a welcome change,” Berkus said.

For Berkus’ best tips on stress-free summer entertaining, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE.


Dolls, women and protest: Why we still need feminist art

by Andrea Kurland @ Huck Magazine

Pictures of women exist everywhere. In art galleries, public phone booths, Instagram feeds, pornographic websites, fashion blogs, magazines and advertisements on buses – the exposure of women’s bodies dominates some of the world’s most visible and highest-grossing industries. This has made understanding images of women’s bodies confusing. Who are more important – the women in... Read more »

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The 8 Best Foundations for Sensitive Skin (Cruelty-Free Options)

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

As someone who almost never uses foundation because of how sensitive my skin is, I can completely relate to the struggle of finding a good foundation for sensitive skin. If I use the wrong product, my face can literally break out in hives! But in the name of science, I’ve tried out many foundations over […]

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Equifax CEO Retires in the Wake of Damaging Data Breach

by Associated Press @ Snopes.com

Credit reporting agency Equifax ousted CEO Richard Smith after a damaging data breach that exposed highly sensitive information about 143 million Americans.

How Cancer Research UK is preparing for GDPR

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

In the first of a new series on how marketers are approaching the new EU data regulations, we talk to Cancer Research UK about its preparations and the opportunities around GDPR.

The post How Cancer Research UK is preparing for GDPR appeared first on Marketing Week.

Ryanair’s key brand metrics nosedive following cancellation crisis

by Thomas Hobbs @ Marketing Week

Following the airline's recent admission it would have to cancel thousands of flights, Brits are now reconsidering whether to fly with the budget airline, according to new YouGov data.

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30 Makeup Brands That Still Test On Animals In 2017

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

These popular brands all still test on animals. Some of them are often mistaken for being cruelty-free, but sadly this is not the case. I’ve included a brief description of each company’s policy to explain why they aren’t cruelty-free. For the majority of these cases, the brands are sold in China, where animal testing is […]

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L’Oréal is included on PETA's “do test” list. What does that mean?

L’Oréal is included on PETA's “do test” list. What does that mean?


PETA

L’Oreal has been included on PETA’s list of companies that test on animals for many years because it refused to adopt a company-wide policy against tests o

Hack your commute: Don’t buy into brain training

by Michael Barnett @ Marketing Week

Marketing Week’s ‘Hack your commute’ series uncovers inspiring and fulfilling ways to spend your journeys to and from work that will expand your mind and broaden your horizons.

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As NFL players take the knee, English football remains colourblind

by Andrea Kurland @ Huck Magazine

Donald Trump has inadvertently forced the NFL’s big guns to acknowledge peaceful protests. On Friday, the President called for “son of a bitch” black athletes who take a knee during pre-match performances of “Star-Spangled Banner” to be fired by their teams. Two days later, more than 200 players knelt before their games – up from... Read more »

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HP calls on marketing industry to work together to improve diversity

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

HP has been working with its agencies to improve the representation of women and minorities on its account but says it cannot solve the industry’s problems alone.

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Mark Ritson: Apple is still the big daddy in phoneland because it avoids pointless innovation

by Mark Ritson @ Marketing Week

Forget about bendy screens and AI, Apple is the true winner in the smartphone market because of its unrelenting focus on brand and marketing.

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October Shopping Guide: Safe & Transparent

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

Welcome friends, to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when pink ribbons cover everything from toxic cosmetics to BPA-lined food cans, urging us to be aware of breast cancer. When 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with the disease, how much more awareness do we need? The Breast Cancer Fund is working to shift the conversation from ... Read more...

Is Fentanyl-Laced Marijuana use on the Rise?

by Alex Kasprak @ Snopes.com

Nearly all reports of fentanyl-laced marijuana use are based on faulty reporting, and no evidence suggests that its occurrence is in any way rooted in reality.

L'Oreal Beagle Testing

L'Oreal Beagle Testing


Snopes.com

A viral Facebook image purportedly depicts a beagle blinded by L'Oreal testing, but the image was previously linked with a separate and unrelated controversy in Brazil.

Caitlyn Jenner is ‘Happy About All the Babies’ and ‘Ready to Be There’ For Kylie Jenner: Source

Caitlyn Jenner is ‘Happy About All the Babies’ and ‘Ready to Be There’ For Kylie Jenner: Source

by Steve Helling @ PEOPLE.com

Caitlyn Jenner is ready to support daughter Kylie Jenner as she goes through pregnancy with her first child, a source close to the family tells PEOPLE.

While other members of the family have expressed concerns about whether the 20-year-old is prepared to be a mom, Caitlyn is looking forward to welcoming a new child into the growing family.

“She’s happy,” the source says. “She’s ready to be there for Kylie and will be a big part of the baby’s life.”

On Friday, multiple sources confirmed to PEOPLE the news that Kylie is expecting a girl in February with her new boyfriend Travis Scott, 25.

RELATED PHOTOS: All the Outfits Kylie Jenner Has Worn to Hide Her Pregnancy

“They started telling friends a few weeks ago,” a source said of the Life of Kylie star and her rapper boyfriend. “The family has known for quite some time. She is really excited and so is Travis.”

But Kylie isn’t the only member of the clan who is expecting a baby.Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West are expecting their third child after hiring a surrogate to help them expand their family. Sister Khloé Kardashian is also expecting a baby with her boyfriend, NBA star Tristan Thompson.

Caitlyn Jenner, 67, is thrilled at all the latest developments in the extended clan. Says the source: “She’s happy about all the babies coming into the family.”

 

 

 

 

 

 


How L'Oreal Developed a New Employee Value Proposition (EVP)

How L'Oreal Developed a New Employee Value Proposition (EVP)


Link Humans

How do you update your EVP (employee value proposition) when you are a huge organisation? Here's how beauty giant L'Oreal did it.

Public Health England wants to make its brand ‘part of the fabric of society’

by Leonie Roderick @ Marketing Week

The government health body is changing its strategy as it looks to take its “tools out of the marketing world and into everyday interactions with the health system”.

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Morrisons on how staff are inspiring both its marketing and turnaround

by Thomas Hobbs @ Marketing Week

Morrisons' top marketer discusses the brand's ongoing turnaround, the Amazon deal and his expectations for Christmas.

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Robin Bonn: Don’t miss out as agencies finally toughen-up

by Robin Bonn @ Marketing Week

Smart agencies are taking responsibility; rethinking their lemming-like, pitch-for-anything behaviour. Marketers must press the reset button too, says Robin Bonn, founder of Co:definery.

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Test and Keep L'Oreal Beauty Products for Free

Test and Keep L'Oreal Beauty Products for Free


The Balance

Get free makeup and skincare products when you join the L'Oreal Consumer Testing Program. You'll get to test new products and keep them for free.

Stereotypical TV ads ‘causing resentment’ among consumers

by Leonie Roderick @ Marketing Week

TV advertising still relies too heavily on outdated stereotypes, new research suggests.

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This Is Us Predicted the Kardashian-Jenner Baby Boom: 'Next Week, There'll Be a Bazillion More of Them'

This Is Us Predicted the Kardashian-Jenner Baby Boom: 'Next Week, There'll Be a Bazillion More of Them'

by Aurelie Corinthios @ PEOPLE.com

 

The universe works in mysterious ways — and in an almost unbelievable sequence of events, the much-anticipated season 2 premiere of This Is Us predicted a Kardashian-Jenner baby boom just hours after news broke that Khloé Kardashian is pregnant.

SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains details from Tuesday’s season premiere of This Is Us.

In a scene from Tuesday’s season premiere of the beloved NBC series, Justin Hartley‘s character Kevin Pearson FaceTimed his girlfriend Sophie (Alexandra Breckenridge) after leaving the set of his movie in Los Angeles, asking her if there’s any chance she could fly in. She told him she couldn’t make it because her mom is sick, bemoaning the fact that she would be missing out on celeb-spotting a Kardashian.

“The Kardashians aren’t going anywhere,” he reassured her. “They’re like gremlins — I promise next week there will be a bazillion more of them.”

RELATED: We’re Live with the Cast of This Is Us at the Season 2 Premiere – Join Our Viewing Party Now

Ironically, the scene was filmed long before news broke Friday that Kris Jenner‘s youngest daughter Kylie, 20, is expecting a baby girl with her rapper boyfriend Travis Scott. News of Kylie’s pregnancy was swiftly followed by her older sister Khloé’s own baby news on Tuesday: The 33-year-old reality star is expecting a baby with her boyfriend, Cleveland Cavaliers player Tristan Thompson. And sister Kim Kardashian West, 36, is expecting her third child with husband Kanye West in January via a surrogate.

RELATED: ‘They’re Building an Army’ — Fans React to the News that Khloé, Kylie and Kim Are All Expecting

Though none of the women have publicly commented on the news, a source told PEOPLE on Tuesday that “over the moon” Kylie and Khloé are both “due around the same time.”

“They are approximately four months along,” the source said. “Kylie loves how close-knit her family is and is thrilled to bring that to her own family. She feels more prepared than ever, especially since she will be sharing this journey with Khloé.”

“They are looking at it like a unifying experience for them as sisters,” the source added. “Getting pregnant at the same time was totally unplanned, but they are really happy about it.”

This Is Us airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on NBC, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians season 14 premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!


Beyoncé Cheers Up Lady Gaga with Sweet Gifts as the Singer Struggles with a Bad 'Pain Day'

Beyoncé Cheers Up Lady Gaga with Sweet Gifts as the Singer Struggles with a Bad 'Pain Day'

by Alexia Fernandez @ PEOPLE.com

Beyoncé showed why she is the Queen, showering Lady Gaga in gifts to let her fellow singer know she’s loved amid her fibromyalgia battle.

The “Sorry” singer, 36, gifted Gaga, 31, an Ivy Park sweatshirt and a flowers, which the latter shared in two separate posts on Instagram.

“Not having a good pain day,” Gaga wrote in the caption. “Thank you honey B for sending me this comfy sweatshirt. Keeps me warm outside in a hammock so I can be w the trees, and the sky, and the sun and take deep breaths. Feel so lucky to have so much love.”

In a second post, Gaga shared a photo of red roses along with a card. “Thank you so much honey B,” the singer wrote. “Miss you. this was so kind. If I hadn’t seen your videos on TV at grandmas house after I got dropped from def jam records, I would have given up. You inspire us all. The dream you embody kept me going.”

Gaga announced in mid-September that she would be postponing the European leg of her Joanne world tour citing severe physical pain.

RELATED VIDEO: Lady Gaga Postpones the European Leg of World Tour: ‘I Have to Be with My Doctors Right Now’

“I have always been honest about my physical and mental health struggles,” Gaga wrote on Twitter. “It is complicated and difficult to explain, and we are trying to figure it out.

“As I get stronger and when I feel ready, I will tell my story in more depth, and plan to take this on strongly so I can not only raise awareness, but expand research for others who suffer as I do, so I can help make a difference,” the singer continued.

“I use the word ‘suffer’ not for pity, or attention, and have been disappointed to see people online suggest that I’m being dramatic, making this up, or playing the victim to get out of touring,” Gaga added. “If you knew me, you would know this couldn’t be further from the truth.

In her new Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, the pop star gives an inside look to her chronic pain, being forced to work through the pain on several occasions.

“Do I look pathetic?” she asks in one scene, putting her hands over her face to cover her tears. “I’m so embarrassed.”


EPA Kicks Off TSCA Reform Implementation with Selection of First 10 Chemicals

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

  Today the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a list of the initial 10 chemicals that the agency will review for safety under the new Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) law. Issuing the list starts the clock for EPA evaluation of the safety of these high priority chemicals, and implementation of steps to protect the ... Read more...

Facebook, Uber, Evans Cycles: Everything that matters this morning

by Marketing Week Reporters @ Marketing Week

Our round-up of all the marketing news this morning.

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5 killer stats to start your week

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

We arm you with all the stats you need to prepare for the coming week and help you understand the big industry trends.

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Donald Trump: The President Shouldn’t Tell NFL Teams What to Do?

by David Mikkelson @ Snopes.com

Critics of President Trump's focus on football players' national anthem protests have gleefully re-shared a NFL-related tweet of his from 2013.

L'Oréal Fires Trans Model After Learning of Her Facebook Post About Racism

L'Oréal Fires Trans Model After Learning of Her Facebook Post About Racism


Jezebel

Days after the announcement that model Munroe Bergdorf was a face in L’Oréal Paris UK’s Truly Match campaign, the company has fired the model over a Facebook post she wrote in the wake of white supremacist violence at the Charlottesville protests. Bergdorf was, as she pointed out in one of several Facebook posts about the gig, the first transgender woman to feature in a L’Oréal Paris UK campaign.

How university partnerships are helping brands attract the best talent

by Charlotte Rogers @ Marketing Week

Businesses partnering with universities to offer value-added opportunities for students are reaping the rewards when it comes to futureproofing the quality of their workforce.

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Vegan Cuts June 2017 Beauty Box Review + Contents

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

I am excited to share the next installment of the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box with you! As I mentioned in my review of the May Box, The Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription box filled with 4-7 100% vegan and cruelty-free products. The Beauty Box differs from the Vegan Cuts Makeup Box in […]

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YouTube courts advertisers with promise of better targeting

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

YouTube wants to make it easier for brands to serve up more relevant and personalised ads and measure their offline impact.

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Eat Natural on how it has built brand trust by not advertising

by Charlotte Rogers @ Marketing Week

A production first, marketing second strategy has helped British snack bar company Eat Natural take a lead in the healthy living market over the past 20 years.

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Aviva campaign designed to ‘make Britain’s roads safer’ banned for promoting dangerous driving

by Thomas Hobbs @ Marketing Week

Both Aviva and Renault have been hit with bans after the ASA ruled that both had glamourised dangerous driving with "irresponsible" advertising campaigns.

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L'Oreal: Liliane Bettencourt's death could bring change

L'Oreal: Liliane Bettencourt's death could bring change


CNNMoney

The death of Liliane Bettencourt, the world's richest woman, has sparked rumors about the future of L'Oreal, the world's biggest cosmetics company.

Liliane Bettencourt, Heiress to L’Oréal Fortune, Dies

Liliane Bettencourt, Heiress to L’Oréal Fortune, Dies


WSJ

Liliane Bettencourt, one of the world’s richest women and heiress to the L’Oréal cosmetics fortune, died Thursday. She was 94.

Shonda Rhimes & Grey's Anatomy Cast Take a Knee in 'Solidarity of Racial Justice' at 300th Episode Party

Shonda Rhimes & Grey's Anatomy Cast Take a Knee in 'Solidarity of Racial Justice' at 300th Episode Party

by Karen Mizoguchi @ PEOPLE.com

Shonda Rhimes and the cast of Grey’s Anatomy are supporting NFL players’ protest of racial injustice in the wake of the backlash from President Donald Trump.

“and we took a knee in solidarity of racial justice. #takeaknee#greysanatomy #300th,” Rhimes, 47, shared on Instagram Tuesday, along with a photo of her, Ellen Pompeo, Jesse Williams and Debbie Allen on one knee at the 300th episode celebration party. (Jason Winston George, who plays Ben Warren, was cropped out of the picture.)

“We kneel because we are supposed to be one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. #ilovethesepeople #300thepisode,” Pompeo captioned the same photo.

Meanwhile, Williams, 36, responded to a Twitter follower who tried to to get the hashtag #BoycottGreysAnatomy trending after their protest picture.

“No one’s scared of u. Also, u follow me. #GetYourLifeTogether See u this Thursday for our season premiere at 8pm!” the actor wrote.

The ABC drama, which is one of the longest-running scripted shows in TV history, will mark its 300th episode this season on Thursday.

Also on Monday, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny took a knee on the set of the upcoming reboot of The X-Files.

NFL players and celebrities continue to show their solidarity with athletes like Colin Kaepernick, who made headlines in Aug. 2016 for refusing to stand for the national anthem to protest racial injustice in the United States.

While numerous NFL stars kneeled and locked arms during the national anthem during a Sunday game in London, celebrities, including Stevie Wonder, Diddy and Uzo Aduba, lent their voices to the movement.

RELATED GALLERY: All the Stars Who Are Taking a Knee in Solidarity with the NFL National Anthem Protests

On Saturday, Rhimes tweeted: “I think: By kneeling, players don’t disrespect the flag.They ask US to respect the flag. They ask us to make the anthem true for all of us.”

During a rally speech in Alabama on Friday, Trump stated, “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, say, ‘Get that son of a b–ch off the field right now. Out, you’re fired.’”

RELATED VIDEO: Watch: Natasha Stoynoff Breaks Silence, Accuses Donald Trump of Sexual Attack

In addition, the president had a series of follow-up tweets. “If a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the NFL, or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect…our Great American Flag (or Country) and should stand for the National Anthem,” he wrote. “If not, YOU’RE FIRED. Find something else to do!”


Everyday Staples: 10 Cruelty-Free & Vegan Body Washes You’ll Love

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Here are the 10 best cruelty-free and vegan body washes so you can keep animal testing and animal products out of your shower! These are mostly drugstore products (a few options being budget-friendly) with a couple of luxury items, and many of these are made from natural ingredients. 1. Nubian Heritage Abyssinian Oil & Chia […]

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Reviewing Stila’s Infamous “Kitten” Highlighter (With Comparison Swatches)

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

I’ve always wanted to try the ever popular Stila Heaven’s Hue Highlighter in the shade “Kitten”, and I am so happy to be able to try it now that Stila is officially cruelty-free. Plus, its formula contains no animal ingredients and is therefore vegan-friendly! Hooray! At A Glance Brand: Stila Animal Testing Policy: Cruelty-Free, PETA-Certified […]

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Is the way you track conversions damaging your campaigns?

by Tina Desai @ Marketing Week

One of the biggest challenges in marketing over recent years has been tracking the value and efficacy of campaigns. Focusing on last-click conversions could be significantly damaging our marketing - but not in the way you think.

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The Queer Archive is creating a global conversation about LGBT culture

by Alex King @ Huck Magazine

Paola Revenioti is standing in the middle of London’s George and Dragon pub in tears. Paola is a trans prostitute and activist who first went into the streets of Athens in the 1980s. She used earnings from her nighttime business transactions to fund the pioneering trans-anarchist fanzine Kraximo (Greek for ‘gaybashing’) and the very first... Read more »

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Loreal Lot | eBay

Loreal Lot | eBay


eBay

Find great deals on eBay for Loreal Lot in Mixed Makeup Lots. Shop with confidence.

Pitbull Lends Private Plane to Rescue Cancer Patients Stranded in Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico

Pitbull Lends Private Plane to Rescue Cancer Patients Stranded in Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico

by Alexia Fernandez @ PEOPLE.com

Pitbull is lending a hand to those in desperate need.

The Miami-based rapper, 36, sent a private jet to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico so that cancer patients could receive treatment within the United States.

Puerto Rican Congresswoman Jenniffer Gonzalez thanked the singer in a Spanish-language tweet on Tuesday, writing, “Thank you @pitbull for lending your private plane to move cancer patients from PR to USA so that they can get chemo.”

In a statement to PEOPLE on Tuesday, the rapper, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez, said, “Thank God we’re blessed to help. Just doing my part.”

Several stars have been raising money and giving back to people stranded in the island after Hurricane Maria left them without running water and electricity.

Vietnam war veteran, Miguel Olivera, told CNN Tuesday that he was down to his last vial of insulin, which was in danger of spoiling in his refrigerator.

When asked how the hurricane compares to the Vietnam War, the 75-year-old responded, “The hurricane is worse.”

Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony led efforts in providing relief to those in Puerto Rico.

“What’s on my mind is what’s going on in Puerto Rico. The devastation is beyond belief,” Lopez said in an Instagram post backstage from her Las Vegas residency show. “Me and my cousin still haven’t been able to hear from our families over there.”

“What’s foremost on my mind and many others is trying to figure out the best way to help,” she added. “Today, Puerto Rico needs our help. I urge you to support and donate to the efforts of the First Lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Areizaga. Together we can help rebuild our island, and the Caribbean.”


Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Their Hilarious First Date Story

Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Their Hilarious First Date Story

by Megan Stein @ PEOPLE.com

Chip and Joanna Gaines are the definition of marriage goals, but their relationship didn’t necessarily have a fairytale start.

In the first chapter of The Magnolia Storyreleased as a sneak peek today, the Fixer Upper dream team spills the details of how they met — and it wasn’t exactly love at first sight.

Joanna agreed to go out on a date with Chip after meeting him and his roommate “Hot John” — who she actually tried to approach minutes earlier, but was too shy — in the waiting room of her dad’s auto shop. She had second thoughts, however, after Chip arrived an hour and a half late to pick her up.

RELATED: HGTV Star Joanna Gaines Talks Fixer Upper Fame and Work-Life Balance: ‘Family Is First’

“He didn’t apologize for being late, either. He had so much confidence. I don’t know. I can’t explain it. Only Chip could be an hour and a half late and have no one mad about it,” Joanna writes.

WATCH THIS: HGTV Stars Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri Compete to Make the Better Birdhouse

The chapter continues to describe the timeline of their relationship, which didn’t actually start until months after they first went out, when Chip (in typical guy fashion) finally called Joanna back.

“I’d made a bet with Hot John to see who could hold out the longest before calling our dates back,” Chip writes “I really wanted that fifty dollars from John! That’s the only reason I didn’t call.”

After they went out a second time, the rest was history.

RELATED: The Property Brothers Throw a House Party in New ‘Let the Night Shine In’ Music Video

For the full access to the details on their meet-cute, relatable dating moments, and how they got their start on HGTV (hint: it involves a very expensive impulse buy), preorder the The Magnolia Story here.


Disney shifts focus to put digital content at the heart of its brand partnerships

by Leonie Roderick @ Marketing Week

Disney is launching its own digital ad network as it looks to “monetise content that hasn’t been monetised in the past”.

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How L'Oréal Is Changing the Face of Beauty Marketing — The Content Strategist

How L'Oréal Is Changing the Face of Beauty Marketing — The Content Strategist


The Content Strategist

By putting money behind experimentation and focusing on interactive, content-rich platforms, L’Oréal has begun to define itself as an approachable brand rather than a distant cosmetic giant.

Republican Leaders Say Senate Won’t Vote on Obamacare Repeal

by Associated Press @ Snopes.com

"The bill is dead as a door nail," one Republic Senator said of the legislation sponsored by Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy.

L'Oréal firing Munroe Bergdorf isn't championing diversity, it's centring white fragility

L'Oréal firing Munroe Bergdorf isn't championing diversity, it's centring white fragility


Huck Magazine

Munroe Bergdorf this week made history, becoming L'Oréal's first transgender model. Now they have fired her, for speaking out about racism. It's a disgrace.

Thomas Barta: Marketers must stop being digitally naïve

by Thomas Barta @ Marketing Week

The label 'digital' makes marketers throw all leadership rules overboard. They shouldn’t.

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Radical art show exploring sex and gender opens in New York

by Andrea Kurland @ Huck Magazine

A major new exhibition exploring gender’s place in contemporary culture is opening at New York’s New Museum this week. The show, titled Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon, celebrates radical artists who are looking beyond the binary and adopting “more fluid and inclusive expressions” of identity. More than 40 artists working across film, video, performance,... Read more »

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The police have banned Huck’s News Editor from doing his job

by Michael Segalov @ Huck Magazine

This Sunday, one of the most important events in the British political calendar will kick off in Brighton. With Parliament taking a break from sitting for party conference season, all eyes are on the cities across the UK playing host to annual party conferences. This weekend the Labour Party’s conference – the supreme decision-making event... Read more »

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International round-up: Coca-Cola’s new corporate campaign, Uber sues mobile agency

by Marketing Week Reporters @ Marketing Week

Coca-Cola looks to make its corporate brand about more than just Coke Coca-Cola has launched a new corporate branding campaign in the US that aims to portray it as a “total beverage company” and shift the focus away from its most famous product. The spots, which are airing on US TV, feature a wide range […]

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Prepare to Fall In Love With L'Oreal's New 'Beauty and the Beast' Makeup Collection

Prepare to Fall In Love With L'Oreal's New 'Beauty and the Beast' Makeup Collection


Glamour

The gorgeous set includes seven different lipstick and nail polish pairings.

Drum Roll, Please: No Estrogenic Activity Found in Tests of New Replacement for BPA in Food Can Linings

by ErikaBCF @ Prevention Starts Here

by Janet Nudelman, MA and Sharima Rasanayagam, PhD THE GIST What is the problem? Bisphenol A (BPA) is an endocrine disrupting chemical used in the lining of many food and beverage cans. Studies have shown that BPA can leach from the lining of cans into the food and then into people. Growing consumer concern over ... Read more...

The Best L'Oreal Makeup | Meg O. on the Go

The Best L'Oreal Makeup | Meg O. on the Go


Meg O. on the Go

Beatuy blogger Meg O. rounds up the best L'Oreal makeup you can find - foundations, mascaras, eyeshadow, tools, and more!

Did Budweiser Pull Advertising from the NFL Over National Anthem Protests?

by Dan Evon @ Snopes.com

A rumor holding that the brewing company had "pulled out of the NFL" over "take a knee" protests against inequality was baseless.

Facebook enters the top 10 global brands for the first time

by Rebecca Aston @ Marketing Week

Technology companies now account for 50% of the top 10 as Apple and Google top the rankings for the fifth straight year.

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Coming of age in Paris as a young black woman

by Andrea Kurland @ Huck Magazine

First Generation is a project about post-immigration identity. Between 1975 and 1980, there was a high level of family reunification immigration from Africa to France. The first generation of women born in France from this wave are now coming of age, and they’re the ones who I wanted to set out and capture. I started this project... Read more »

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How marketers are stepping up to take control of media

by Thomas Hobbs @ Marketing Week

Media transparency has become a major issue, but brands including Pernod Ricard, O2 and B&Q are taking steps to ensure they have more control and a better understanding of where their spend is going.

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Apple, GDPR, Nespresso: 5 things you need to know this week and why

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

Catch up with all the week's news including the launch of the premium iPhone X, Nespresso's first sustainability campaign and Facebook's new ad controls.

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L’Oréal says brands are using influencers the wrong way - Marketing Week

L’Oréal says brands are using influencers the wrong way - Marketing Week


Marketing Week

L’Oréal has signed up five influencers to create its own ‘beauty squad’, with the brand’s UK general manager Adrien Koskas saying it hopes to “shift the industry towards something that is more genuine”.

John Lewis puts focus on social media with 360 ad trial and new hire

by Thomas Hobbs @ Marketing Week

The retailer is hiring for a new head of brand and social marketing role as it looks to differentiate its retail experience and invest in the brand.

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Revelling in nature with Europe’s naked hikers

by Andrea Kurland @ Huck Magazine

For the last few years, Roshan Adhihetty has been travelling across Europe with a group of naked men and women. Hoping to capture a little-seen side of a little-known world, the Swiss photographer joined the hikers’ journey as an observer, following them through the verdant pastures of Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The project eventually turned... Read more »

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Updates to the List of Cruelty-Free Brands

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Hello! Here’s our latest cruelty-free update for the past 2 months. There are a LOT of new brands being added to the list of cruelty-free brands. As always, the brands added to the list claimed that they: Don’t test finished products or ingredients on animals. Don’t have suppliers who test on animals. Don’t allow any […]

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L’Oréal Masters Multiculturalism

L’Oréal Masters Multiculturalism


Harvard Business Review

The cosmetics giant manages to be very global—yet very French.

L'Oreal Does Test On Animals And Is Misleading Us About It

L'Oreal Does Test On Animals And Is Misleading Us About It


Cruelty-Free Kitty

Is L'Oreal cruelty-free? Find out how L'Oreal is lying to their customers about their animal testing policy.

Tarte Drench Lip Splash Lipstick Review & Swatches

by Aly Laughlin @ Cruelty-Free Kitty

Lipstick is one of those things I just can’t get enough of, so I was super thrilled to try out the vacation-themed Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Drench Lip Splash Lipsticks in several shades! Keep reading for my thoughts and swatches below. At A Glance Brand: Tarte Animal Testing Policy: Cruelty-Free, PETA-certified Parent Company: Kose […]

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