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The Latest Beauty Launches You’ll Be Obsessed With!

The Latest beauty launches are here, so be ready to add a new level of excitement to your routine!

These stunning launches, which range from dazzling skincare essentials to glittering makeup must-haves, will make you the envy of all your friends. With these most recent beauty debuts, you may put an end to using the same old dull cosmetics and enter the glamorous and innovative world. 

As all beauty products have a shelf life, whether it be skincare, makeup, or hair care, so we have decided to part ways with our obsolete products to create room for new and viable alternatives.

These brands took the task seriously and are upending the market with cutting-edge products that you will be obsessed with. See the list below for all the latest product launches you need to incorporate into your beauty routine, from makeup to haircare to skincare to body care. So, buckle up, hold on to your credit cards, and prepare to let loose your inner beauty beast.


Zigleys luxury hair accessories are an eccentric blend of rich gold, with select pieces embedded with diamonds. With this collection of luxury dreadlock accessories, they hope to empower and celebrate those who choose to wear them.

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Too Faced Pinker Times Ahead Eye Shadow Palette

Too Faced is making a splash with sparkling new products that will make you feel and look radiant from head to toe. The new Pinker Times Ahead Eye Shadow Palette will take your sparkle to another level. This fantastic palette with 14 multi-finish eye shadows is perfect for a quick glow on the run.

YANY Perfect Shades Flex Stick

The incredibly affordable YANY brand has launched this flexible and simple-to-use contour stick to define, contour, and accent your features. This stick’s creamy composition applies uniformly and smoothly while giving your face a definition that looks natural. The product comes in a handy twist-up style that eliminates the need for sharpening and makes it simple to carry everywhere.

Trurestoration™️ Resurrect Growth Oil

Launching the perfect hair growth remedy- The Trurestoration™️ Resurrect Growth Oil. This potent mixture of organic components is made to support healthy hair development and hydrate your scalp. The vital vitamins and minerals in the oil help to fortify the hair roots and reduce breakage. Your hair will look fuller, shinier, and healthier once the natural ingredients work to revive and revitalize it.

Elf Cosmetics Youth Boosting Advanced Night Retinoid Serum

This serum is the ideal choice if you want to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, enhance skin texture and tone, or shield your skin from environmental damage. Give your skin the protection and nourishment it needs to have the youthful, glowing complexion you’ve always desired.

The Roots Naturelle Bouncy Curls Ultra Hydrating Crème

Never forget to try The roots Naturelle’s  Bouncy Curls Ultra Hydrating Crème to produce luscious, bouncy curls that are silky soft to the touch. This Hydrating crème contains rich protein and grape seed oils making it ideal for daily styling, keeping hair nourished, and strengthening and preventing frizz.

Glossier Deodorant

Glossier’s Deodorant will impress you from the very first swipe. This is pit-friendly and devoid of aluminum. It’s filled with natural chemicals to reduce excessive perspiration without drying you out.

G.L.A.M. Body Scrubs Lemon Love Body Scrub

The Lemon Love scrubs come in an 8oz jar. It is a blend of strawberries, sugar and a slew of natural aromatics that are known for their ability to provide relief from stress and tension and it has no sulfates, mineral oils, or parabens. The scrub works by polishing your skin and removing dead skin cells but also by providing relief from pain and anxiety. It’s also known to help relive symptoms of eczema!

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Extreme, Unexpected Kid Costs: How to Plan for the Unplanned

It would be impossible to list all the costs associated with raising children. As a parent, you’ll spend on a wide variety of goods and services, starting the day they’re born and lasting until you’re ready to stop.

A 2022 report from The Brookings Institution estimated the total average family expenditures on a child born in 2015 to a middle-class, two-child family in the United States to be $310,605.

You hopefully anticipate and can manage some costs like clothes and food. But other costs can be far more expensive – and come out of the blue. When they do, they can blow your carefully constructed budget out of the water.

The following scenarios might not occur in your family’s future but you never know. If they do, here’s what you need to consider – and how you can keep them from throwing your finances out of whack.

Academic Help
Your child has suddenly fallen behind in school and is now having trouble keeping up. When that happens, you may want to sign them up for summer school classes or tutoring.

“Planning for beyond-school support, whether to fill in gaps or enrichment, is a key element of academic planning,” Rebecca Mannis, Ph.D., learning specialist and founder of New York City-based Ivy Prep, says.

“Here, ‘less is more’ may not be realistic. Caveat emptor, as tutoring is largely an unlicensed field,“ she says.

After getting recommendations from friends and teachers, Mannis urges parents to spend time understanding a learning specialist’s approach and methods. According to, you can expect to pay somewhere between $25 and $80 an hour for the service, so you need to ensure it matches your child’s needs.

Before paying, though, find out if you can get help for free through the school’s individualized education plans. If it will be coming out of your own pocket and your child has diagnosed learning challenges, you may be able to deduct the costs from your taxes.

[ READ: Tax Write-Offs You Shouldn’t Overlook. ]
Sports and Talent
Your child is fascinated with football, figure skating or the flute – and paying for these activities wasn’t in your financial playbook.

It’s great to encourage extracurricular activities, but set clear boundaries. Coaches and instructors make many demands, so it’s important you to talk to your child about your personal parameters.

“Be realistic with your child and help them prioritize,” Mannis says. “Not only will t

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Austin Housing Market Forecast

Given the enormous popularity of the greater Austin, Texas, area for online searches, newcomers and employment growth, it may act as a reasonable bellwether for the state of the U.S. housing market. This will certainly be tested in the spring and summer selling season, when the National Association of Realtors reports that about 40% of sales of existing homes throughout the U.S are historically made between the months of May and August. Besides offering warmer weather, buying a home during these months allows buyers with school-aged children to shop, bid, close and move into a new residence before the start of a new school year.

Similar to the overall U.S. housing market in mid-2020, the Austin housing market went into serious overdrive marked by a sharp decline in months of inventory, bidding wars and rising prices as sales jumped, fueled by buyers eager to take advantage of record-low mortgage rates. Flash forward to early 2023, and both the Austin and national housing markets are taking a bit of a breather, featuring more supply, falling prices and more careful buyers ensuring that making a deal in an environment of higher mortgage rates still makes financial sense.

However, for buyers of newly built homes, the current overhang of unsold inventory is unlikely to last, given how assertive some builders with in-house mortgage subsidiaries can be with incentives such as mortgage-rate buydowns as low as 4% to 5%, especially for those who can close quickly.

Using information from the U.S. News Housing Market Index, we’ve compiled the data you need for a better understanding of the current state of the market. Here’s what you should know a.

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Leading Researcher on Health and Social Inequities, Seth Holmes, to speak at John Martinson Honors College

Medical anthropologist Seth Holmes, most notable for authoring the powerful and culturally impactful book Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies: Migrant Farmworkers in the United States, will visit the Purdue University campus for the sixth annual Aronson Family Science and Society Lecture.

Made possible by the generous donation of the Aronson family and hosted by the John Martinson Honors College in collaboration with the Institute for a Sustainable Future, and the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Holmes will headline his campus visit on Thursday March 2 with a keynote lecture on migrant farmwork and its implications on health and food systems.

The keynote lecture will take place on March 2, 2023 in Honors College and Residences North in Honors Hall at 5:30 p.m.. Holmes’ lecture titled “How Social Inequity Comes to be Treated as Natural” will challenge the audience to consider the experiences of work, health and health care among indigenous Latin American migrant farmworkers in the United States. Holmes will present case studies that analyze the realities of migration and farm work where each intersect with health and social inequity. The lecture is free and open to the public. A reception will follow with light refreshments and an opportunity to meet and visit with Dr. Holmes.

Holmes will open his visit by meeting with graduate students and participation in a panel discussion on Wednesday March 1 at 3:30 p.m. with Purdue faculty from the John Martinson Honors College, Department of Public Health, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, and the Department of Anthropology. The discussion will include thoughtful critique on the topic of race, place, and economics on issues of work, migration, environmental and public health. The panel discussion will be in the auditorium at Burton Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship. Light refreshments will follow the panel in the Burton Morgan Café.

Additional groups promoting the campus visit include the Department of Anthropology, the Latino Cultural Center, the Purdue chapter of the Multicultural Efforts to end Sexual Assault (MESA) program and the Purdue AgrAbility program.

Wednesday March 1
Panel Discussion
3:30 p.m. | Burton Morgan, Auditorium
Reception with Light Refreshments
4:30 p.m. | Burton Morgan Café

Thursday March 2
Keynote Lecture
5:30 p.m. | Honors College & Residences North, Honors Hall
Reception with Light Refreshments
6:30 p.m. | Honors College & Residences North, Innovation Forum

About Seth Homes, MD, Ph.D.
Dr. Holmes is currently a Chancellor’s Professor in Society and Environment and Medical Anthropology and affiliated faculty in Public Health at UC Berkeley. He is Founder of the Berkeley Center for Social Medicine and Co-Director of the MD/PhD Track in Medical Anthropology coordinated between UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco. A cultural and medical anthropologist and internal medicine physician, he has worked on social hierarchies, health inequities, and the ways in which such asymmetries are naturalized, normalized, and resisted in the contexts of transnational im/migration, agro-food systems, and health care.

About the Aronson Family Science and Society Lecture Series
The Aronson Family Science and Society Lecture is an annual series welcoming leading researchers and pioneers in the fields of science and social impact to our West Lafayette campus. Visiting scholars enjoy several days at Purdue interacting with faculty and students, participation in a panel discussion with Purdue faculty on topics of cultural impact with a final presentation to a large group of faculty, staff, students, and members of the general public. Previous speakers for the series have included Captain Scott Kelly, NASA astronaut and commander of the International Space Station, Moira Gunn, a former NASA scientist, Purdue alumna, and host of the NPR program “Tech Nation.”, and a West Lafayette native, Dr. Katie Bouman, who as a member of the Event Horizon Telescope team helped to capture the first image of a black hole.

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