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Getty | Anna Efetovasephora.comtarget.comkjaerweis.comGetty | Anna Efetovasephora.comtarget.comkjaerweis.comEvery editorial product is independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our links, we may earn commission.As beauty editors who get dozens of packages and products sent to our homes almost every day, we frequently think about the kinds of items we receive and the waste they produce. We’re the first to admit that we could take better measures when it comes to embracing a “greener” lifestyle. The truth is that living in a truly sustainable, eco-friendly way isn’t the easiest thing (especially not in the beauty industry). However, in the…

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Getty | Anna Efetovaevolvetogether.combitetoothpastebits.comnativecos.comsimplegoodgifts.comGetty | Anna Efetovaevolvetogether.combitetoothpastebits.comnativecos.comsimplegoodgifts.comEvery editorial product is independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our links, we may earn commission.Sustainable beauty (and all the buzzwords that fall underneath it) has spiked in popularity over the past few years, and now, in an effort to help fight our current climate crisis, brands are putting in extra effort to help consumers produce less waste. One of the biggest subcategories to emerge as a result comes in the form of zero-waste beauty products. Zero-waste beauty can be defined in a handful of ways, but put simply, these…

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Josie MaranJosie MaranEvery editorial product is independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our links, we may earn commission.In the beauty world, brands are constantly tracking trends and trying to scale. The goal is always to go viral or claim “cult-status.” But for Josie Maran, the goal of her namesake brand has always been about nontoxic ingredients and sustainability — even before sustainability became a buzz word. It all started in 2007 when Maran launched her ethically sourced 100% Pure Argan Oil; since then the company has grown leaps and bounds in an industry obsessed with “clean…

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Courtesy of Coliena RentmeesterCourtesy of Coliena RentmeesterJosie Maran was 18 when she first realized she could do anything. She had just landed a Maybelline contract — something she’d been dreaming about for years, or at least since watching Christy Turlington sashay down the streets of New York City while the “maybe it’s Maybelline” jingle echoed in the background five years prior — and instantly gained access to the best hair, makeup, talent, and photo teams in the business. It also opened the proverbial door to a host of other lucrative projects: she went on to secure a 10-year partnership with…

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POPSUGAR Photography | Marisa PetrarcaPOPSUGAR Photography | Marisa PetrarcaEvery editorial product is independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our links, we may earn commission.It’s no secret that I’m a frequent Target shopper. I spend more time refreshing the retailer’s new arrivals than I’d like to admit and swipe my card more often than I probably should. And while my dedication to the brand has resulted in a few impulsive purchases (like my new TV stand and underwire bikini), I’ve never regretted a single one. My most recent discovery? Byoma skin care. I discovered the line on…

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Getty | Iryna Veklich, Westend61, Anthony Lee, Iana Kunitsa, Anna EfetovaGetty | Iryna Veklich, Westend61, Anthony Lee, Iana Kunitsa, Anna EfetovaWhile “natural beauty” was all anyone could talk about in 2015, and “clean beauty” was all the rage in 2019, these days, the beauty industry seems squarely focused on “sustainability” — a term that can feel vague and encompasses a lot of different marketing buzzwords and initiatives.The reason sustainable beauty is so hard to define is because it’s often used as an umbrella term for a lot of different subcategories, including clean and natural beauty, making a stroll down the…

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Chicken salad sandwiches are always a hit, especially for a quick summer lunch or dinner. They're also an excellent addition to picnics, potlucks, and casual parties. This southern-style chicken salad is delicious, thanks to a few flavor-boosting ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Plus it's incredibly quick and easy to whip up. How to Cook Chicken for Chicken Salad—You Have Options! The recipe includes two ways to cook chicken: baked or poached. Either way, plan on two or three chicken breasts, depending on their size. It also works with leftover cooked chicken (both light and dark meat), so…

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Lunch can be a fraught time, whether you’re working from home or going into the office. Eating out gets expensive. Leftovers are life savers, but they get old (literally) after a while. Making something from scratch isn’t usually realistic unless it’s of the turkey sandwich variety. But desperation breeds creativity, and one day as I found myself very hangry with only 20 minutes between meetings I took inspiration from the sushi shop classic: the spicy tuna roll. I quickly halved an English cucumber and scooped out the innards, then filled the void with a simple combination of canned tuna, mayo,…

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This fried mushroom sandwich is made with clusters of oyster mushrooms, a light and simple mayo-free cabbage slaw, a spicy aioli, and a perfectly toasted brioche bun. The fried mushrooms are crispy, crunchy, and ultra tender and, assembled with the other components, make a sandwich that’s bursting with flavor. Why You Should Eat More Oyster Mushrooms Whether you’re vegetarian, trying to eat more plant-based, or simply love mushrooms, oyster mushrooms are a great ingredient to start incorporating into your cooking. They have wide, flat, oyster-colored caps, long slender stems, and are held together at the bottom forming large clusters. They…

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Hailing from Nice, France, pan bagnat (pronounced pahn bahn-yah), is essentially a Niçoise salad between two pieces of crusty bread. The perfect sandwich for packing in advance, whether it’s for lunch at your desk, tailgating with your crew, or poolside picnics with the family, this brilliant, olive-oil soaked sandwich gets better with age. What Are the Main Ingredients in Pan Bagnat? Tuna and hard-boiled eggs supply the protein for this hearty sandwich, which gets a triple flavor punch, care of briny olives, a zippy vinaigrette, and the sharp bite of raw red onion. Fresh basil and parsley bring in some…

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