9 products that will help you achieve your beauty resolutions in 2020

Our editors have independently selected the items featured in this article because we think they’re worth knowing about. Shop TODAY has affiliate relationships so we may get a small share of the revenue if you buy something through our links. Instead of setting a goal that’s far out of reach, start the decade with a resolution that will fit into your current lifestyle: switch up your beauty routine. Harper’s Bazaar Beauty Director Jessica Malin joined TODAY to show us how we can completely revamp our beauty regimen without the need to dedicate more time and effort to our current routines. Matlin shared four practical resolutions that will up your beauty game in the new year. So, whether you want to experiment with a bright makeup shade or spruce up your go-to hairstyle, achieve your new 2020 beauty goals with a few helpful products. Full brows have been a popular trend for a few years, and this is the perfect product to help you pull off the look. It’s a super-thin pencil that makes it easy to draw small hair-like strokes, ensuring your filled brows look natural. Ditch the black liner and reach for a vibrant shade. This one is still subtle enough that you can w...

China’s Most Controversial Luxury Incidents in 2019

Political tensions grew to new heights in China this year, yet few global luxury brands learned from Dolce & Gabbana’s infamous blunder in 2018. Brands continued to offend Chinese culture and display a lack of political awareness, illustrating they still have much to learn when it comes to China. Controversies kicked off when Burberry released its Chinese New Year campaign that was called out as cultural appropriation. Versace, Coach, and Givenchy were all entrenched in a T-shirt controversy; tops featured product designs and prints that challenged China’s territory and authority. Three days before its Spring 2020 fashion show in Shanghai, Dior was involved in a Chinese map crisis. As mainland China and Hong Kong’s conflicts escalated, products and campaigns targeting China’s market came under scrutiny. Below, Jing Daily’s selection of the top 5 China luxury controversies in 2019. For more of our 2019 year in review analysis, read on here. To usher in China’s Lunar New Year, Burberry launched a campaign that was criticized as unsettling on social media; Chinese netizens likened the images to Asian horror movies. This misinterpretation of Chinese New Year culture recalled Dol...

A Blizzard of Clicks: The Most-Read WW Stories of 2019 Featured Snow

Any time the word “snow” appears in a headline, Portlanders click like they’ve lost control of their car. That’s the lesson from the WW stories that drew the most traffic in 2019. Three of them were about forecasts of powder. (It might have helped that the top story, meant to warn of the biggest snowstorm in 19 years, instead was interpreted as predicting the most snow in 100 years.) Other topics piqued readers’ interest, too: taxes and Joey Gibson, especially. But mostly it was snow. Want to revisit these stories? Buy some kale, visit wweek.com, and settle in for a cozy winter evening, Portland-style. 1. February 8: New Portland Forecast Says Next Week’s Snowstorm Could Be Worst of the Century in Pacific Northwest – Elise Herron: 370,531 pageviews A company that provides Portland City Hall with weather forecasts sounded an alarm for a storm it thought would be worse than the record-breaking blizzards that hit Portland in 2008. (In fact, the storm largely missed Portland, but not before residents made sure to strip grocery shelves of kale.) 2. May 31: Stimson Lumber Announces It’s Pulling Timber Jobs Out of Oregon, in Rebuke to New Taxes...

By now you’re familiar with the famous CanCooker, but it’s important to know that the awesomeness

By now you’re familiar with the famous CanCooker, but it’s important to know that the awesomeness doesn’t stop at the original convection oven-style steamer. There’s plenty to be excited about from CanCooker, which is why we thought we should highlight 10 of their most popular featured products. So without further delay, these are the things to get your hands on if you want to take the CanCooker to the highest level. This is the sort of thing you need when you’re making a meal for 12 or more. The Original CanCooker makes a meal easy to prepare, easy to enjoy and easy to clean. When you need something for small meals, appetizers, and desserts, the Companion CanCooker makes the most sense. It has a great price point, too, so it’ll help convince you the size is worth it! Having the perfect-sized burner for a CanCooker is only going to help reach peak performance. The Multi-Fuel Cooktop is convenient for any outdoor adventure. We weren’t kidding when we said a “perfect-sized burner” isn’t needed. The Gravity Grill Combo proves you can cook just about anything with a CanCooker and an open fire, and still have room to spare ...

Five companies vying for NH Tech Alliance’s Product of the Year award | Business

Subscribers, click below to login or register your subscription to continue receiving unlimited access to UnionLeader.com. Visitors, click to subscribe below today for immediate unlimited access to UnionLeader.com and our e-Edition, a page-for-page replica of the newspaper. Subscribers help us deliver trusted news, information and resources to connect the Granite State. Subscribers, click below to login or register your subscription to continue receiving unlimited access to UnionLeader.com. MAV3K, an autonomous mobile robot built by Waypoint Robotics in Merrimack, can carry up to 3,000 pounds of payload. MANCHESTER – A virtual dog fence, enviro-friendly wallpaper, an industrial robot, and two software systems that manage communications or track trouble spots make up this year’s crop of Granite State technology stars. The five companies who make these products have been named finalists for the 2019 New Hampshire Tech Alliance’s Product of the Year Award competition. OnPoint Systems, LDI Solutions, Waypoint, C Squared and Radianse were selected by a panel of judges and will compete for the 2019 POY honors 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Manchester Country Club, 180 South River Road...

Hemp, Inc. Announces Search for Agricultural Industry Suppliers to be Featured at the Hempathon in Arizona OTC Markets:HEMP

Las Vegas, NV, June 27, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE – Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP), a global leader in the industrial hemp industry with bi-coastal processing centers including the 85,000 square-foot multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in Spring Hope, North Carolina, a state of the art processing center in Medford, Oregon, and a 500-acre hemp growing Eco-Village in Golden Valley, Arizona, announced today the Company is searching for companies who are interested in providing and showcasing various agricultural supplies for the “Great American Hempathon” and the opportunity to be seen by the industry’s top growers and mass media. The 6 month ongoing Hempathon is a fully immersive educational extravaganza and is expected to be one of the most renowned events in the industrial hemp industry.  With the participation of dozens of top growers attracting major influencers around the country (each one growing 5 acres of hemp on a designated 300 acres), the Hempathon is sure to garner mass media coverage.  This unique, one of a kind event will be documented by a professional video team for the world to see with up to 64 live stream video cameras. “Ther...