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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.
As April approaches, a lot of us have already gotten started on our spring cleaning rituals. We are throwing away packets of readings from last semester, getting rid of any food that may have expired and, most importantly, dealing with our closets. Our wardrobe is an essential place that is involved with spring cleaning, as we may not realize that there are so many things we should get rid of. With new trends coming our way, we need to make room in our closets for our new favorite pieces of clothing.
If you’re someone who is always on trend, then you’ve most likely heard about the current buzz surrounding Korean skin and beauty care products. And there's hype around K-beauty for a reason: one of Korea's main exports are its skincare products, and because they tend to consist of all-natural, unique ingredients, many consumers find K-beauty and skincare more effective than American household names found at CVS. If you don’t keep up with the latest products but are willing to try anything at least once, then this list of some of the best Korean beauty products available in the United States will help you catch up.
While the current weather may not be as warm and bright as we hope, spring is still technically here, and our clothing can channel the high hopes we have for the start of the season. New York Fashion Week (NYFW) proved that this spring should be full of bright colors, so we can switch our dark winter attire to fresh and bright colors for this season. We can take cues from the runway, as it was filled with bright colors and fun patterns.
Feminine products like tampons are meant to make a woman’s monthly cycle more manageable, but most women are not aware of the potentially life-threatening issues they may face by placing the hazardous chemicals that most tampons are made with in their bodies.
We always want what we can’t have, especially after a trip to Sephora. It’s easy to spend a fortune on just a few things at upscale beauty supply stores — actually, it’s almost inevitable. In this hyper-digital age where beauty gurus and social media influencers dominate trends and basically only promote luxury beauty products, the makeup section at CVS has especially been slept on. In fact, many products you’ll find at the drugstore are made with the same ingredients and have the same properties as their fancy counterparts — it just takes a little trial and error to find the diamonds in the rough. If you’re running low on your usual silky face cleanser or $30 mascara but hear your wallet crying for help in the background, take a chance with these underrated drugstore beauty products.
Whether you’re in the middle of a loveless winter of failed Bumble dates or you’re just seeking genuine advice in your life — love and sex podcasts are there for you. Like a really good friend, they unpack and unravel your greatest questions, some of which you didn’t even know you had, wherever you are. Love is complex — it can be messy, wonderful and so much more, and in just approximately 30 minutes, these podcasts highlight the highs, lows and the good stuff in-between.
Fashion lovers’ favorite week recently passed, gracing us with designer collections that we can hope to someday own. New York Fashion Week, which happens twice a year, showcases the gorgeous, intricate and over-the-top collections by our favorite designers. For the majority of us, our college budgets don’t give us the ability to afford Gucci or Balenciaga, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t follow the trends. Each designer creates looks that make each brand unique from one another, but there are trends that are commonly seen throughout the runway. While we most likely aren’t showing up to our 8 a.m. covered in sequins and feathers, there are trends that we can easily incorporate into our everyday wardrobes without breaking the bank as well.
For all of our eligible Rutgers bachelors and bachelorettes, get ready, because Tinder is making a change. An impending update for the dating app will soon only allow women to message first.
With midterm exams and projects taking over your life, you may find yourself sigh in relief when you realize spring break is right around the corner. New Jersey weather isn’t quite up to our standards, though, and you might find yourself having nothing to look forward to besides sleeping in and enjoying Netflix binges. Fear not: doing something fun for spring break doesn’t have to require airfare and a passport. To your surprise, it also might not take much planning, either. Thanks to last-minute deals, it’s actually sometimes better to book flights now instead of months in advance. Whether you want to go to the beach, plan a road trip with your friends or just explore a new city, there are many affordable travel opportunities to fit a college student’s budget. After reading this, you might be feeling inspired to be spontaneous, so don’t be afraid to do some research on these semi-close and underrated travel destinations.
When the average joe posts on Instagram, the stakes aren’t that high. You’ll get some likes, maybe a nice comment or two, and that’ll be that. For visual artists, the photo-sharing platform can be crucial to letting the world see their work. Exposure gained off of Instagram has turned artists from part-time to full-time movers and shakers in their fields, and luckily the relationship is mutually beneficial.
Sometimes all you need to feel instantly refreshed is a fresh spritz of face mist. As for favorites, everyone loves a little Mario Badescu spray packed with all-natural aloe, herbs and rosewater. It perks up your skin with a touch of moisture so you’re left with a radiant look.
It seems like virtually everyone who uses social media is asking the same burning hot questions: what the heck is up with the new Snapchat update? Why is every feature on top of each other on the same page? And where did stories even go?
Budgeting is a crucial life skill, especially in college. Whether you’re balancing term bills, money for food or cash for the commute, you might need to keep a closer eye on your finances. Thankfully, in our digital age, there’s an app for that. Here are a few online services that can help you stay on top of your cash. Don’t worry — they’re all free.
If you hate the over-commercialized holiday known as Valentine’s Day that's designed to sell candies, cards, teddy bears and watch Garry Marshall movies on repeat, then you're probably single right now. Luckily, the day after V-Day is commonly recognized as Singles Awareness Day. Although the acronym is ironic — S.A.D. — don’t let the name fool you. The point of Singles Awareness Day isn’t to mope about being bae-less or to hate on others who are happily in relationships. In fact, the day is all about practicing self-love and announcing to the world that you are single and happy.
With the flu season in full force, it seems like everyone is sick, was sick or is going to get sick really soon, so it’s a better time than ever to look out for your health in small ways. Luckily, all-natural items like ginger and turmeric provide you with a dose of health and the perfect remedy for the suds (as seen on "SpongeBob SquarePants"). Nobody likes the suds. Sure, you can stuff your stomach with the standard set of drugstore medicines filled with scary-sounding ingredients, but sometimes you want something that is a little more earthy and natural.
Each February, rosy scents of seasons past return to pervade the February air. And there are dinner plans to be made, because of course, on Valentine’s Day you’re encouraged to cave in to consumerism. People expect you to soar past your standard rendezvous of Netflix, chill and a stringy pepperoni pizza with your lover. But it can be oh-so-tricky to lock down the perfect V-Day dinner date, especially if dishing out serious dollars rightfully swipes away your romantic mood. Fortunately, New Brunswick has a diverse set of eateries, some pricier than others, where you can properly romance your honey.
The semester has kicked into high gear, so naturally, stress levels are rising, too. When Netflix and Twitter finally stop being good distractions from homework, maybe it's time for a book. With libraries on every campus -- as well as the Rutgers Barnes and Noble -- there’s no excuse for not being able to find something good to read. If you need help getting started, here’s a good list to kickstart your reading adventures.
Waking up to 30-degree weather and having to rush to a Monday morning class makes it very tempting to just roll out of bed in the sweats we slept in, but our winter attire doesn’t always have to consist of Rutgers hoodies and the first pair of sweatpants we see in our closet. According to the groundhog, there’s still a month left of winter, so it’s never too late to swap out our go-to cozy outfit for clothes that will make us look and feel good.
College students are expected to accomplish so much within four years. With this comes pressure and stress from school work, participating in extracurricular activities, internships and doing the best at maintaining a mental and physically healthy lifestyle. With all of this considered, it’s hard for many college students to imagine a life without coffee.