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7 May

I went to a biohacking clinic and glimpsed the

I went to a biohacking clinic and glimpsed the
Forget facials, in the long run we’ll be using science to map and monitor our genetic health and appearance I’m not necessarily enthused to cite boy band Busted but, I even have been to the 12 months 3000 and it’s somewhat surprisingly buried underneath The Ritz. This just isn't a spot you'd merely stumble across on a midweek jaunt across town. Discreetly hidden down a spiral staircase is a high-tech wellness lab where a treasure trove of futuristic treatments and machinery awaits.  Bellecell is a regenerative biohacking clinic which is the place to go for alternative treatments that give attention to prevention somewhat than intervention. We’re all accustomed to the countless beauty hacks that...
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5 May

Pharrell on his range Humanrace, hot baths, and expanding

Pharrell on his range Humanrace, hot baths, and expanding
The musician, artist, and designer talks skincare rituals and changing the wellness matrix along with his sustainable, vegan skincare range Humanrace, which launches a latest range of bodycare products Last 12 months – after seemingly defying age for the past 20 years – Pharrell Williams launched his own skincare range, Humanrace. Revealing the secrets to his glowing complexion, the musician, designer, and artist teamed up along with his long-time dermatologist, Dr Elena Jones MD, to release a cleanser, enzyme exfoliator, and humidifying cream. With vegan formulas and sustainable designs, the road was intended to simplify skin-care right into a manageable “three-minute facial” ritual.  Now, Pharrell has...
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9 Sep

Hot glue guns are bringing digital make-up into the

Hot glue guns are bringing digital make-up into the
Previously a DIY crafting staple, the recent glue gun has grow to be TikTok’s latest beauty craze THE LOOK: 3D makeup that emulates digital art. The shapes are constructed using a hot glue gun, first on a metal palette or parchment paper. It’s then embellished with all the pieces and anything, from eyeshadow to glitter pigments, polished by cutting with scissors, and at last fastidiously stuck onto the face with eyelash glue. WHO’S DOING IT? At NYFW, models on the Head of State show had 3D tears (created by artist Kento Utsubo) streaming down their faces. But on TikTok, creators are taking this one step further by creating sculptural eyeliner and dimensional chrome blobs. HOW CAN...
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