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Wellness

Introducing #MyNextThirty, a Wellness Challenge You Can Totally Handle

Make no mistake: You can make a big difference in your health in a month. In just a matter of weeks, you can phase out bad habits, establish and solidify positive ones, and make small changes that ultimately add up to something amazing. That's why we're teaming up with our wellness community at THE/THIRTY on the #MyNextThirty social movement.
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Makeup

ChloГ« Grace Moretz Never Spends More Than $18 on Makeup-Except for This

Wise beyond her 21 years, ChloГ« Grace Moretz has a wealth of bold opinions to offer on beauty, confidence, career, and plenty of other topics we like to discuss here on Byrdie. Earlier this month, we published an exclusive interview with the actress-who is now starring in the must-see indie film The Miseducation of Cameron Post- in which she spoke about everything from where she got her feminism to why her eyebrows are so good to sexism in Hollywood and in her dating life.
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Skin

11 Beautiful Images of Real Women's Scars

We're taught that scars are a sign of damage-imperfect and unattractive-but scientifically, scars are a sign of the body's strength. It's amazing that when our skin is wounded, the cut often heals without leaving a trace, but sometimes, scarring is inevitable. Our bodies are actually designed that way.
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Hair

How to Grow Out Your Bob in Style

Sometimes you just need a change, even if you've been sporting a classic cut like a bob. It's a totally natural urge, but transitioning between haircuts often times still makes your hair look awkward or unkempt.В To get some tips on managing the transitional phase, we spoke with Antonio Gonzales of NYC's Orlo SalonВ about how he helps his clients grow out a bob.
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Makeup

Exclusive: Getting Ready With Jorja Smith for Governors Ball

Over the weekend, thousands of people flocked to Randall's Island in NYC to attend the annual Governors Ball music festival. This year, the line-up included the likes of The 1975, Kacey Musgraves, Tyler the Creator, and The Strokes (sure, it was rained out on Sunday night, but at least festival attendees were able to enjoy two of the three scheduled days).
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