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How to do your makeup like a local in 10 countries around the world

Model checking her makeup before an audition.AP In the US, intense color and big lashes are key. In Brazil, people go for a natural look, with matte lips. Canadians love their bold brows and matte lips. People in the UK love natural-looking contouring and highlighting. People in India wear bold makeup looks like smoky eyes, winged eye liner, and bright lips. Australians tend to gravitate toward practical long-wearing, sweat-resistant products. In the United Arab Emirates, strong brows and lashes are popular, even for "no makeup" looks. In Japan, highlighting and red lips are the latest beauty obsessions. Bold, intense lips are super popular in Mexico. . And in France, flawless skin is of the utmost importance. source : thisisinsider.com

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14 foods you can eat as much of as you want and not gain weight

Celery You'll get the most antioxidants out of celery if you eat it when it's fresh.Shutterstock/mama_mia Almost 95% of celery is water, but that doesn't mean the vegetable doesn't have significant health benefits. Celery contains potassium, folate, fiber, and 30% of your daily requirement of vitamin K. There are only six calories in a single serving.  You're best off eating celery when it's fresh, though. The vegetable loses many of its antioxidants within five to seven days of being purchased. Kale Kale is one of the few foods that contains an omega-three fatty acid.stacey_newman / iStock Kale is light in calories — one cup of raw kale only has about 33 calories — but it contains close to three grams of...

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6 Ways To Help You Recover From Coachella

1. Hydrate with a healthy smoothie Replenish your body with a smoothie from Jamba Juice. Their just-launched beverages concocted by celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak are healthy and delicious and include great flavors like PB 'N Jealous. Courtesy of Lazypants 2. Slip into something a little more comfortable Trade your festival style for something cozy, like these trendy-but-so-comfy sweats from Lazypants.  3. Treat yourself to a massage Any massage will be a gift to your exhausted body, but to maintain the festival aesthetic, head to The NOW (locations throughout Los Angeles) for a table or seated massage that will leave you feeling refreshed all over. Festival attendees Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Lea Michele have all gotten pampered at The NOW's Instagram-worthy...

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Coachella 2017: All the Best Celebrity Hair Looks

Alessandra Ambrosio The Brazilian supermodel twisted her brunette hair into braids on Saturday, April 15.  Kylie Jenner The lip kit maven wore a highlighter-yellow straight lob wig on Saturday, April 15.  Credit: Kylie Jenner/Instagram Chanel Iman At Revolve’s bash on Saturday, April 15, the model showed off her pink, purple and blue braids.  Credit: Thaddaeus McAdams/WireImage Sophie Turner The actress had temporary pink dye spritzed into her hair on Saturday, April 15.  Credit: Jonathan Leibson/Getty Katy Perry The singer debuted her fresh buzz cut in this Friday, April 14, Instagram shot.  Credit: Katy Perry/Instagram Ashley Tisdale On Saturday, April 15, Tisdale tied her long hair into low pigtails at the sbe x Republic Records HYDE Away party.  Credit: David Crotty/Getty...

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What people eat for Easter in 16 countries around the world

Rosquillas are cake-like doughnuts that are a common Easter treat in Spain.Daniel Lobo / Flickr   Like many other holidays, Easter is celebrated with plenty of unique and delicious food. We rounded up dishes and treats that are eaten in 16 different countries. From a marzipan-topped fruit cake in the UK to a stuffed savory pie in Argentina, here's what Easter meals look like around the world.              United Kingdom: simnel cake Simnel cakeAnna_Pustynnikova / Shutterstock Dating back centuries, simnel cake is a fruit cake that was originally eaten on Sunday during Lent throughout the United Kingdom. The cake is topped with a layer of toasted marzipan and 11 or 12 marzipan balls, which represent...

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