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At any given moment, the simple ping of a new message or notification from one’s cell phone can pull them out of reality and into the digital world. Quick check-ins with our social media apps can turn into mindless scrolling sessions that completely detach us from the present, causing responsibilities and the real world to seemingly fade away. When free-time activities turn into consuming distractions that feel impossible to look away from, how does one begin to navigate unplugging from their phone for even a few hours at a time?
Mind-bending psychological thriller "Maniac" will launch TV lovers into a twisted spirit just in time for Halloween. But that’s not all that "Maniac" encompasses: the show is filled with quirky commentary on the future of technology as well as emotional forces of loneliness and empathy that will attract a wide variety of audiences. Although each of these elements do not always fit together seamlessly throughout the 10-part limited series, each episode will leave viewers on the edge of their seats.
The process of cultivating a daily makeup routine that works best for your face can take several rounds of trial and error until the look finally feels just right. Once this signature look is accomplished, we get scared to branch out and change even a small aspect of our routine in order to test out newer beauty trends and products. Trying out these new trends could not only be a fun way to play around with a variety of makeup products but could also add a unique step if incorporated into an everyday routine. This spring’s latest makeup trends and product launches can help someone break out of a beauty rut and add some excitement to their daily look.
Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video are bringing forth an out-with-the-old, in-with-the-new practice, as the streaming services are removing multiple TV series and films from their websites to make room for new content. With these new additions ranging from critically acclaimed original shows to classic horror films and laugh-out-loud comedy movies and specials, there will be plenty of options to choose from.