Rihanna officially launches Fenty Skin collection

On Friday, Rihanna released her Fenty Skin collection, which will no doubt delight fans who have been waiting for it. The collection includes a Total Cleans’r Remove-It-All Cleanser, Fat Water Pore-Refining Toner Serum, and a Hydra Vizor Invisible Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen.

“We made finding a new skincare routine easy with these 2-in-1 multitasking products in a simple 3-step routine— the FENTY SKIN START’RS will brighten skin, snatch pores, and target dark spots—plus they’re clinically tested, clean, vegan, AND earth-conscious,” the new brand captioned a photo that included products.

In a press release, it was revealed that amazing skin hasn’t always come easy for Rihanna. As a teenager, she was overwhelmed by all of the skincare options out there and even tried a product that discolored her skin, which scared her from trying anything else for a long time.

“Fenty Skin is everything I wish I had back

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Miley Cyrus Lands Back in Hidden Hills

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About five years ago, in 2015, when just 22, Miley Cyrus ponied up a very adult $5 million for a relaxed country spread in in L.A.’s guard-gated, equestrian-oriented and celeb-favored Hidden Hills enclave. So the celebrity real estate scuttlebutt goes, the country music scion turned international pop cynosure kept horses on the pastoral five-acre farm. The following year, she bought a secluded house out in Malibu that was sold earlier this year for $1.7 million, a fortune less than the slightly-more-than $2.5 million she paid. And then, in 2017, she dropped $5.8 million on a 30-some-acre country estate about 25 miles outside of downtown Nashville, which she still owns, before she sold the Hidden Hills property in the spring of 2018 for the familiar price of $5 million.

As a side note, some might argue the world’s most famous twerker missed the

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Tyra Banks Was Once Advised to Spend More Money

From Good Housekeeping

Tyra Banks is known for many things, like being the brand new host and an executive producer of Dancing With the Stars, creator of America’s Next Top Model, or a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model (today known as “BanX”).

But if you stop to think about it, Tyra has done so much more. She’s starred in movies, hosted her own TV show (and, ahem, won two Daytime Emmys for it), wrote three books, strutted down runways all over the globe – she’s kind of a huge deal.

Considering her tremendous success, it makes sense that all of Tyra’s hard work and talent has amounted to quite a hefty amount of money over the years. Ready for this number? According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tyra has an estimated net worth of $90 million as of 2020.

Tyra’s growing success:

Of course, the

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The Woman Behind TikTok’s Favorite Cartoon Makeup Transformations

Chances are pretty high that you’ve seen self-taught makeup artist Annie Thomas while scrolling through your “For You” page on TikTok. Since the beginning of last year, Thomas has accumulated over a million followers for her ability to make beloved cartoon characters — from Shrek to Miss Piggy to Edna Mode — come to life through makeup.

Thomas’s rise to fame began with a cosplay look that went viral. “I originally started my Instagram to practice special effects makeup [after] being inspired by FaceOff on SYFY, but I randomly decided to do a cosplay of the character Cynthia from Rugrats,” Thomas tells Allure. “That post tripled my following at the time, so I switched my focus to mainly cartoons and cosplays.” It helped that mega-popular YouTube makeup artist Nikkie de Jager shared Thomas’s page on Snapchat. Since then, Thomas has posted hundreds of cartoon-inspired looks across social media,

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Illinois woman finds apparent COVID test in Kohl’s package


CHICAGO (AP)

An Illinois woman who ordered flags for her grandmother’s garden got a surprise when the package arrived — someone’s apparent COVID-19 test specimen.

Andrea Ellis was wrapping Christmas gifts at her aunt’s house in East Moline, in northwestern Illinois, when she opened a padded envelope containing the flags she ordered weeks ago from the department store chain Kohl’s, according to The Quad City Times.

“I pulled out the flags and I told my aunt, ‘Look how cute these are,’” she said. “I pulled out the packing slip and then noticed something deeper inside the envelope and pulled that out. It was a biohazard bag containing someone’s COVID-19 test specimen.”

Ellis, who didn’t immediately reply to a Monday phone message from The Associated Press, called the police, who referred the issue to the county health department, according to East Moline police Chief Jeff Ramsey.

Janet Hill, the

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Congress Approves New Smithsonian Museums Celebrating Latinx People and Women’s History

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The $900 billion covid-19 relief bill and end-of-year spending package, which Congress passed on Monday, also greenlit the creation of two new Smithsonian museums, one dedicated to Latinx people and the other dedicated to women’s history in the United States.

In order to build a new museum, the Smithsonian must be granted permission through federal legislation. Similar to the financing of the National Museum of African American History & Culture, the most recently created Smithsonian, the bill requires that the funding and costs for the projects be taken equally from public and private sources. Although several spots are already being scoped out, the Smithsonian Board of Regents is responsible for finding space for both new museums on or near the National Mall.

The president of the Friends of the American Latino Museum, Estuardo Rodriguez, said it was fitting that

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