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This Video Explains How to Properly Use Color-Correcting Makeup 

If you want to offset dark circles, redness, or dark spots with makeup, you have to understand how using orange, green, yellow, and a few other colors can even out your skin tone—called color-correcting. The technique is popular, but really easy to mess up. This video helps clear up the confusion.

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This Video Explains How to Properly Use Color-Correcting Makeup 

If you want to offset dark circles, redness, or dark spots with makeup, you have to understand how using orange, green, yellow, and a few other colors can even out your skin tone—called color-correcting. The technique is popular, but really easy to mess up. This video helps clear up the confusion.

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Light Therapy for Acne Is a Real Thing, but Is It Worth Trying?

Shining a magenta light on your face to tame acne sounds like more of a gimmick than science. But it turns out products like Neutrogena’s Light Therapy Mask may actually be effective, although they aren’t for everyone.

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Light Therapy for Acne Is a Real Thing, but Is It Worth Trying?

Shining a magenta light on your face to tame acne sounds like more of a gimmick than science. But it turns out products like Neutrogena’s Light Therapy Mask may actually be effective, although they aren’t for everyone.

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The Best Way to Season Chicken Breasts So Every Bite Is Flavorful

For well-seasoned chicken breasts, salting the top of the skin isn’t enough; you need to get some under the skin as well. Though wiggling your fingers in between the meat and the skin can get the job done, it can be a little awkward, and Cook’s Illustrated has devised an easier, neater approach.

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The Best Way to Season Chicken Breasts So Every Bite Is Flavorful

For well-seasoned chicken breasts, salting the top of the skin isn’t enough; you need to get some under the skin as well. Though wiggling your fingers in between the meat and the skin can get the job done, it can be a little awkward, and Cook’s Illustrated has devised an easier, neater approach.

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Your Sunscreen Is Not Going to Kill You

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Worried about where your sunscreen falls on the Environmental Working Group’s new sunscreen ratings? Don’t be. The list isn’t backed by rigorous science, and any small risks that might exist are still far outweighed by the benefits of applying sunscreen.

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The Toast 100% real wood skin for the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge review

Back in February I reviewed a real wood skin, buy cialis by Toast, that covered the metal exoskeleton of my Huawei Nexus 6P. It was one of the coolest accessories I had used to date, and now I have another skin from Toast for my Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. Most accessories that are designed to cover smartphones are usually

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All About Calluses, Your Skin’s Natural (and Sometimes Painful) Armor

Calluses, those areas of crusty thickened skin on your hands and feet, are part armor and part liability. Gymnasts obsess about shaving them down; runners worry about keeping them built up. With some smart management, it’s possible to have happy, tough skin that doesn’t give you problems.

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All About Calluses, Your Skin’s Natural (and Sometimes Painful) Armor

Calluses, those areas of crusty thickened skin on your hands and feet, are part armor and part liability. Gymnasts obsess about shaving them down; runners worry about keeping them built up. With some smart management, it’s possible to have happy, tough skin that doesn’t give you problems.

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