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Woman apologizes after backlash from confronting ‘BLM’ homeowner

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The CEO of a cosmetics company issued an apology Sunday after a video was widely shared online showing her and her husband confronting a man and threatening to call police because he stenciled “Black Lives Matter” in chalk on his San Francisco property.

The video, which has been retweeted 155,000 times, has sparked accusations of racism and led a cosmetics distributor to cut ties with Lisa Alexander, founder and CEO of LaFace Skincare.

“There are not enough words to describe how truly sorry I am for being disrespectful to him last Tuesday when I made the decision to question him about what he was doing in front of his home,” Alexander said in a statement. “I should have minded my own business.”

The video, which first appeared Tuesday on the Facebook page of James Juanillo, shows a couple asking him whether he lives in the house

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Revlon Drops ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Makeup Collection: Details

<span class="caption">Revlon’s Wonder Woman 1984 makeup collection.</span> <span class="credit">Raymond Meier</span>
Revlon’s Wonder Woman 1984 makeup collection. Raymond Meier

Calling all Wonder Woman fans! Revlon is celebrating the upcoming sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, with a fabulous new makeup collection.

Best of Beauty: These Are the Top Hair, Makeup and Skincare Products of 2020 … So Far

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On Monday, July 13, the Revlon announced its latest drop: an 8-piece limited-edition lineup filled with everything from lippies to eyeshadow to eyeliner, all featuring the infamous Wonder Woman logo. There will also be some cult favorites seen sporting the new, fun packaging.

But that’s not all! Thanks to the affordable price point, everyone can get in on the fun! In fact, nothing in the collection costs more than $15.

Drugstore Beauty Products That Celebrities Can’t Live Without

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“Unleash the power of makeup NEW #RevlonxWW84, a collection packed with bold pigment and fierce finishes to create any look you

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The Woman Behind 70,000 Makeup Swatches

Here’s the lowdown on how to subscribe to Allure’s print edition for more beauty routines, recommendations, and features.

Integrity, honesty, and a nearly scientific attention to detail. These aren’t words that apply well to every influencer, but they swatch beautifully on Christine Mielke, the owner and founder of Temptalia.com. Established in 2006 as a repository for Mielke’s then-burgeoning enthusiasm for makeup, the blog now receives 850,000 unique visitors a month and serves as a resource for beauty enthusiasts looking to find dupes, get the right foundation shade, or decide whether the latest launch is worth their coins. Temptalia has come a long way from its humble beginnings.

“It started just really as a repository for makeup looks and my initial thoughts and impressions on the products I was buying at the time,” says Mielke of Temptalia’s early days. Then a student at UC Irvine, the MAC counter had

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Woman apologises for telling man he was illegally defacing his own home with ‘Black Lives Matter’ slogan

James Juanillo chalked 'Black Lives Matter' on his own wall – and was accused of illegal action by someone who assumed he didn't live there: AP
James Juanillo chalked ‘Black Lives Matter’ on his own wall – and was accused of illegal action by someone who assumed he didn’t live there: AP

A San Francisco woman who questioned a man writing “Black Lives Matter” on his own home has apologised for assuming he did not live there and calling the police on him.

“I want to apologise directly to Mr Juanillo,” Ms Alexander said in a statement. “There are not enough words to describe how truly sorry I am for being disrespectful to him last Tuesday when I made the decision to question him about what he was doing in front of his home. I should have minded my own business.”

In the video, shot by James Juanillo on his phone, Ms Alexander is seen asking Mr Juanillo, who is Filipino, whether he lives in the house, saying that he is defacing private property

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Woman apologizes after backlash from confronting homeowner

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The CEO of a cosmetics company issued an apology Sunday after a video was widely shared online showing her and her husband confronting a man and threatening to call police because he stenciled “Black Lives Matter” in chalk on his San Francisco property.

The video, which has been retweeted 155,000 times, has sparked accusations of racism and led a cosmetics distributor to cut ties with Lisa Alexander, founder and CEO of LaFace Skincare.

“There are not enough words to describe how truly sorry I am for being disrespectful to him last Tuesday when I made the decision to question him about what he was doing in front of his home,” Alexander said in a statement. “I should have minded my own business.”

The video, which first appeared Tuesday on the Facebook page of James Juanillo, shows a couple asking him whether he lives in the house

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