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What We’re Reading: The “New Naked”, Bespoke Wedding Scents, The Impact Of Selfie Culture On Plastic Surgery, and More…


February 2, 2018

You’re working, you’re moisturizing, you’re sleeping—you’re busy. We know. Don’t have time to scour the web for the best beauty, health, and wellness articles every week? Don’t worry: Charlotte’s got you. Every Friday we compile the best of the internet. Here’s your weekly dose for February 2, 2018.


~ How do you make your wedding day more memorable? Think personalized wedding perfume. Here’s why couples are spending $90-$35,000 to make custom fragrances for their big day.  — NY Times


~ Social media is the largest driver of business for plastic surgeons. In a recent survey, 55% of facial plastic surgeons said their patients went under the needle in part to perfect their selfies.  — Allure


~ Marc Jacobs’ new foundation line is a beauty breakthrough. Marc Jacobs cast 29 models of different ethnicities in its new Shameless foundation campaign. Here are the striking images.  — Refinery29


~ Sheet masks are gaining more and more popularity. With so many choices out there, it can get a bit overwhelming, but here are five tips for using sheet masks from K-beauty expert Tida Pin.  — HYPEBAE


~ Do you find yourself binge eating at night? A recent study revealed that a hormone called ghrelin could be to blame. Here’s how to regulate it and curb your late-night hunger.  — MindBodyGreen


~ What does it mean to be a naked person in 2018? Going naked in 2018 involves more than nudity. Here are the trends among people who like to bare it all.  — Allure


~ Mandelic acid could be the refresher your skin needs. Here are the benefits of incorporating mandelic acid peels into your skincare routine, especially if you have sensitive skin.  — Byrdie


~ Hilary Duff swears by this tool to get her skin through 17-hour workdays. The actress powers through early morning call times with this coveted beauty tool.  — Well+Good

Image via NY Times



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