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What We’re Reading: Apparently Pasta Leads to Weight Loss, The World’s First Face Gym, And More…


April 6, 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 April 6, 2018. This week’s feature image via Fast Company.


~ Now you can get the true “J. Lo Glow.” Jennifer Lopez is teaming up with Inglot to launch a 70-piece makeup collection. First up: a velvety-smooth caramel bronzer, of course. — Allure


~ Spring is a good time to clean out your closet, and your fridge. Here are six spring ingredients to stock up on and their healing properties. — Sakara Life


~ The world’s first face gym is opening soon. In September, FaceGym will be coming to New York City, and members will be able to get a workout for their face. — Fast Company


~ Different adaptogens do different things. It’s important to incorporate ones that best suit your individual needs. This seasonal adaptogen guide is a good place to start. — MindBodyGreen


~ Wanna “masta” matcha? From how to make a traditional matcha to how it stacks up to coffee, here are the 5 most common matcha questions answered by a matcha master. — Well+Good


~ Do you want longer, fuller lashes? Who doesn’t, right? We got you. Here are 14 mascara hacks for next-level lashes. —


~ Dark spots 101. From what causes a dark spot to the moment it finally fades, here are all the stages of a dark spot— StyleCaster


~ Now you can eat carbs again!  Newsweek published a study that says pasta can make you lose weight. Have you ever heard better news? — Newsweek


~ Agave nectar is supposedly worse than real sugar. This article says that you might be better off eating high fructose corn syrup. Oh no, but we’ve been using agave in all our margaritas?  — MyDomaine



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