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Ulta Skincare Sale: Save 50% On Peter Thomas Roth, Shiseido, Patchology, & Philosophy

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If one of your 2022 goals is to take better care of your skin, this is the perfect time to switch up your skincare routine and actually stick to it thanks to Ulta. Ulta’s Love Your Skin Event is here, which means you can save 50% on highly effective, top-selling skincare products. Every day of the sale has different deals for you to shop, so if something strikes your interest, add it to your cart ASAP. 

You can get amazing products for 50% off, but there’s just one problem: these deals only last for 24 hours. If you see a product you’ve been dying to try or if you just want to stock up on your favorites, this is the best time to shop.

Today, you can get major deals (starting at $17) on products from Peter Thomas Roth, Shiseido, Patchology, and Philosophy.

Peter Thomas Roth FIRMx Peeling Gel

This peel rolls, lifts, and sweeps away impurities from your skin to reveal a brighter, smooth complexion. 

“I never write reviews, but I have horrible dry skin and I started using this before I shower to get all the dead skin off my whole body. It’s amazing. I just thought I’d never have smooth skin again. So worth it. You only need a tiny amount one bottle lasted me two years. Now I’m buying my second,” an Ulta shopper shared.

Someone else shared, “This is my favorite part of my weekly facial! It’s so fun to apply to the face and massage and see the dead skin gather and fall off haha. At least for me, my face doesn’t get red after using either (like some exfoliators I’ve used before). I’ll even apply to the back of my hands to make them extra smooth. Makes my face feel soft and smooth!”

Shiseido Benefiance Wrinkle Smoothing Eye Cream

Use this eye cream day and night as the last step in your skincare routine. Apply it around the eye area and gently massage it into your skin with your ring finger. In just one week, you’ll see major difference in your skin’s hydration and the appearance of wrinkles. This cream targets six types of eye wrinkles: crow’s feet, corner crinkling, under-eye wrinkles, lid creases, under-puff lines and stress wrinkles between the brows.

Your skin will feel smooth and hydrated for up to 48 hours after applying. An Ultra shopper declared, “I will never be without this eye cream,” explaining, “I walked into a beauty counter some 6 years ago and the Shiseido representative pretty much told me that I would never regret purchasing this product. They were right! I use many Shiseido products and this is my favorite. At 66 years young my eyes literally have zero lines.”

Another said, “I am impressed. The wrinkle smoothing eye cream has worked wonders on my constant tired puffy mom eyes! I’ve been using the cream now for a few weeks and am honestly seeing results. The eye cream is luxurious, has a beautiful light scent and is creamy yet gentle and wonderful for sensitive skin and eye areas.”

Philosophy Ultimate Miracle Worker SPF 30 Moisturizer

This anti-aging moisturizer protects the skin and helps it rejuvenate itself better.  This moisturizer improves skin density, radiance, and firmness, while reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

An Ulta shopper admitted, “I never was one to use sunscreen.. until I found out how important it was so I tried this one and ITS THE BEST. If you have dry skin I highly recommend this product your skin is hydrated all day and a little goes a long way with this particular product. It’s more on the pricey side but it’s completely understandable it’s a great sunscreen without a doubt!”

Another happy customer shared, “I discovered this a year ago. And love it! I am a senior, but still have sensitive skin and many products are too rich for me. This cream is perfect….fights wrinkles and settles in without being greasy. I use it nightly and apply a lighter cream in the morning.The only problem is availability. Very few stores seem to have it now.”

Patchology FlashPatch Rejuvenating Eye Gels

You just need five minutes to look like you get a full eight hours of sleep. These eye gels combat puffiness, dryness, and the look of fatigue. They’re the perfect fast fix for tired eyes, made with caffeine and hydrolyzed collagen.

In a research study that monitored 100 participants who used the eye gels for 5 minutes, 100% said their tired eyes appeared awakened, revived and revitalized, 98% said the skin under their eyes looked and felt smoother, and 97% said their eye area looked less puffy.

“I immediately saw a difference. My puffiness went down and so did my my dark circles. These are miracle workers,” an Ulta shopper revealed.

Another shared, “I’ve tried so many different eye patches over the years. These definitely work! They absolutely take care of the morning puffiness and leave my under eye area smoother and brighter. I leave them in the refrigerator and use them first thing in the morning…. not only do they look awake , they feel awake. I look forward to this part of my morning routine!”

Patchology FlashPatch Restoring Night Eye Gels

Did you know that the hours between 10 PM and 12 AM are the best times to repair skin? Put fine lines and fatigue to bed with a powerful 5-minute nightly dose of anti-aging retinol and peptides. These help cells turn over fast to create smoother, more youthful skin. They improve luminosity and the appearance of dark circles. They’re formulated with betaine to strengthen the skin barrier. These decongest puffiness and reduce inflammation too.

An Ulta shopper advised, “Expect to notice a difference quickly. The directions say that you keep these on for 5 minutes or longer. I loved the cool sensation and decided that I would sleep in them, within 3 days time I noticed a big difference in the appearance of my under eye area.”

Another said, “I don’t usually feel like eye masks do much for me but I actually could feel and see a difference after using these! I’m a mom and my under eyes often look tired and need a boost. I’ll definitely add these into my beauty routine.”

If you’re looking for more great beauty products, check out these 20 skincare must-haves under $20 from Mario Badescu, Clinique, Elemis, Glamglow, Kiehl’s, Lancome, First Aid Beauty, and Exuviance.

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Olivia Munn Shares a Sweet Photo of Her and Son Malcolm While Getting a “Surprise” Hair Treatment at Home

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Oh baby! Olivia Munn posted an adorable image of her and son Malcolm, whom she shares with comedian John Mulaney, while receiving a “surprise” blowout from a friend on quiet a Sunday afternoon.

Olivia Munn & John Mulaney Welcome Baby No. 1 Together

It’s the little things—and little ones—in life that make it special!

On Sunday, Jan. 23, Olivia Munn took to Instagram to share that her friend, hairstylist Kylie Fitz, had visited her at home and surprised her with an impromptu pamper session by giving her hair a blowout.

Taken in the mirror by Olivia, the heartwarming photo sees Fitz adding curlers to the top of the X-Men: Apocalypse star’s head while she holds onto her son Malcolm, whom she welcomed in December with comedian John Mulaney. The adorable bundle of joy can be seen sleepily gazing off into the distance in his mom’s lap with a pacifier in his mouth while wearing a black beanie and comfy sweater.

“When your friend shows up and surprises you with a blowout even though you’re in your robe and not going anywhere,” Olivia captioned the sweet post. “Thank you @bykileyfitz for making today feel a little less post partum. ILYSM!”

A few celebrity friends quickly joined in on the Sunday celebration. “Oh mommy,” Kate Hudson commented, adding a heart emoji. “The best to be in that baby space.”

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Since giving birth to Malcolm, Olivia has been open about her post-partum struggles including with breastfeeding.

“Breastfeeding is soooo hard, especially if you have low supply,” she shared on her Instagram Story on Jan. 19. “8 weeks in and I’ve taken a million vitamins, countless teas, lozenges, tinctures and worked with two lactation consultants. Breastfeeding. Is. Hard.” 

But she’s been reveling in the joys of new motherhood too, calling her little one “the smooshiest smoosh” and sharing adorable videos of him making cooing noises and relaxing in a green-and-white striped onesie on her Instagram Story.

Olivia and John introduced Malcolm to the world by sharing a sweet snap of him on Christmas Eve. “Meet Malcolm Hiệp Mulaney,” John wrote. “He has his whole life ahead of him. He hasn’t even tried seltzer yet. I’m very in love with him and his whole deal. Happy Holidays.”

“My Golden Ox baby,” Olivia added, referencing her son’s Chinese Zodiac animal. “Malcolm Hiệp Mulaney. Happy Holidays.”

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‘My Daughter Had a Life’: Family of Lauren Smith-Fields Protest on What Would Have Been Her 24th Birthday

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What would’ve been Lauren Smith-Fields’ 24th birthday celebration was instead a day of protest to demand answers and justice in her mysterious death. Today, approximately 100 family, friends, and activists gathered together in front of the Bridgeport, Connecticut, police department to march to the Margaret E. Morton Government Center, where they chanted “Happy Birthday, Lauren” and “Black Women Matter.” 

“My daughter was a daddy’s girl,” Smith-Fields’ father, Everett Smith, said to the crowd. “To lose your daughter, your only daughter, your baby girl at the ripe age of 23 years old and to be treated the way we were treated by the Bridgeport police department is unacceptable. My daughter had a life, she traveled the world, she went to college and did tutorials on how to do hair and nails. She had a voice and that voice was stripped and the Bridgeport police station ain’t doing shit about it.” 

On Dec. 12, following a Bumble date at her apartment, Smith-Fields was found unresponsive by a white man named Matthew Lafountain. Lafountain called police, reporting that Smith-Fields was unresponsive and had been bleeding from her nose. Smith-Field’s family — who learned of her death days later, after finding a note from the landlord on the door — found a used condom with semen and an unidentified pill in her apartment. They still have not received answers regarding her cause of death and describe communication with detectives as unprofessional and scarce. (Lafountain has not been charged with any crimes, and is not a suspect in the case. Rolling Stone has been unable to reach him for comment.)

The family is demanding answers from Bridgeport Police Department and are upset that they have not heard from city officials regarding the circumstances of Smith-Fields’ death. They also want an apology. The family says their frustration is rooted in the fact that the last person who saw Smith-Fields, Lafountain, was let go without further questioning and or investigation from police. They say the officers on the case have not been responding to their phone calls, and didn’t adequately examine evidence found at the scene of their daughter’s death. As of Friday, the family’s lawyer Darnell Crosland issued a letter to the Bridgeport City Clerk regarding their intent to sue. 

“The police department has been racially insensitive to this family and has treated this family with no respect and has violated their civil rights,” wrote Crosland. “They have failed to investigate this matter, and they refuse to view the last person with Lauren Smith-Fields before she died as a person of interest. This behavior is unacceptable.”

Bridgeport Police Department has not responded to multiple requests for comment from Rolling Stone, but has previously issued a statement to NBC News: This investigation remains open and active. The Detective Bureau is awaiting the final report from the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office for cause and manner of death of Ms. Smith-Fields. The Bridgeport Police Department offers it’s sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Lauren Smith-Fields. We encourage anyone with information regarding this incident to contact either Detective-Sergeant Joseph Morales at 203-581-5219 or the Bridgeport Police TIPS line at 203-576-8477.”

Another family at the protest — that of Brenda Lee Rawls, 53, who died the same weekend as Smith-Fields — claim they were met with indifference by the Bridgeport PD after the untimely loss of a loved one. 

“They treated my sister like a Jane Doe, like they found her on the side of the road with no identification,” said Dorothy Washington, Rawls’s sister. Similar to the Smith-Fields’ family, Rawls’s family say they received no notice or help from the Bridgeport police department. 

“My family is very close and we don’t go a day without talking to each other. The last day we talked to Brenda was on Dec. 11,” Washington said. “On the 12th, she said she was going to a friend’s home to visit after that, we heard nothing from her.” 

After days of calling and texting, the sister went to the man’s home that Rawls said she was visiting. “The guy said ‘Brenda? Oh, she died Sunday,’” said Washington. “‘A police officer and one coroner came to pick her up.’ My family called the hospitals, the police department and they knew nothing about her death.” 

It wasn’t until the family contacted the Farmington Connecticut State Medical Examiner, that they found out where she was. Rawrs died Sunday and the family says they were informed on Tuesday. By the time they were aware, an autopsy had been conducted. 

“They never called us for identification,” said Washington. “We went down there on Friday of that week and the guy at the window gave us the wrong detective’s name. That detective called me back and gave me the right detective’s name. They never started on the investigation. They never quarantined that guy’s house or questioned him. Never quarantined my sister’s apartment. I called [the detective] four or five times, he never reached out.” (Bridgeport PD did not immediately respond to a request for comment.) 

Smith-Fields’ mother wants to create a bill in Smith-Fields’ name that will create police accountability and for families to be notified within 24 hours of the death of a loved one. 

Following the protest, Smith-Fields family and friends who were dressed in her favorite color, pink, released pink balloons into the sky as a celebration for her birthday. The crowd was then invited for cake at a local restaurant in the area. 

“Today would’ve been her 24th birthday. In a couple of days she would have been leaving to go to Greece to celebrate but now that was taken away from her,” said her mother, Shantell Fields. “No one is going to disparage my daughter like she’s rubbish.”

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Fashion Designer Thierry Mugler Dead at 73

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French Fashion Designer Dead at 73

1/23/2022 3:29 PM PT

Thierry Mugler — an iconic French fashion designer — has died … this according to his team.

An Instagram on Mugler’s official page went up Sunday with the tragic news. It was a photo of nothing but a blank square, with the caption … “#RIP We are devastated to announce the passing of Mr Manfred Thierry Mugler on Sunday January 23rd 2022. May his soul Rest In Peace.” The same message was repeated in French as well.

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No word on a cause of death, but his passing sees sudden and unexpected — as he didn’t appear to be ill or battling any known ailments.

As you can imagine, the tributes started to pour almost instantly … especially from folks in the fashion world, who knew Mugler well from his decades-long work and influence in the industry.

It goes without saying … Mugler has dressed some of the biggest names in the game, including Kim Kardashian — whom he actually graced with an outfit of his during the 2019 Met Gala, this after he’d officially retired — plus a plethora of other models and stars.

His extravagant designs have been fan-faves among celebs like Lady Gaga, Cardi B, Jerry Hall, Beyonce, Katy Perry, Rihanna, David Bowie, George Michael, Linda Evangelista, Demi Moore, Megan Fox, Miley Cyrus, Madonna, Cindy Crawford, Tyra Banks, Sharon Stone, Diana Ross, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Robin Wright, Bella Hadid … and many others.

All of them have donned Mugler-designed getups at one point or another, be it on the red carpet, on the runway … or on stage. The guy’s work touched at least 3 different decades of fashion — and he was absolutely beloved among Hollywood’s finest.

In addition to his clothing contributions, Mugler also left his mark in the fragrance biz … with a diverse line of perfumes that are still best sellers to this day.

He was 73.

RIP

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