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Apple’s ‘SmartGlass’ technology could help solve facial wrinkles

A new facial technology called ‘Smart Glass’ could be the answer to the problem of wrinkles and other wrinkles.Apple is working on the SmartGlass system, which it says could help to improve facial wrinkles, and it is also testing it out in its Beauty app.The company claims it can fix wrinkles by making facial expressions

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How TF2’s cosmetic-enhancing mascaras work

The newest additions to the TF2 cosmetics catalog are just the latest additions to a series of cosmetics that, in their current state, have never really been about cosmetics at all.TF2 mascarasers, like most cosmetics, are just cosmetic mascarases that let players customize their look with a selection of cosmetic effects.But unlike other cosmetics, which

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‘Cosmetic Tattoo’ sells out for $100,000

Cosmetic tattoo artist Bhavna Khandeshwar has sold out of his $100K tattoo.He says he had a friend who had already tattooed a tattoo of a bear.Now he is hoping to sell his tattoo of the world’s most famous bear to the highest bidder.Khandleshwar, who specializes in tattooing and body art, has been tattooing the bear

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How to make your own Korean cosmetics products from scratch

Korean cosmetics can be pretty pricey.But if you want to get some of the best ones for your home, this article will help you with the process.Read more: If you’re looking for a new Korean makeup product, these 10 things will give you an idea of what to look for and what to avoid.1.The Ingredients

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Which cosmetics brands do you trust?

Jeffree Cosmetics, ColourPop Cosmetics and Orogold Cosmetics are the latest brands to be targeted by an anti-trust case brought by a former employee, according to an investor blog post.The complaint alleges that the three companies “have intentionally engaged in conduct that could result in the loss of competitive advantages or unfair treatment, and thereby have

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How To Spend $50 On The Worst Hair Care Products You’ve Ever Seen

On Thursday, a jury awarded $5 million to a woman who claims her husband, an Army soldier, was fired because of his excessive, long-term hair care regimen.The award to Krylie Star Cosmetics, an online retailer of hair care products, follows a similar verdict in December 2015 in which a jury found the company liable for