If you're a bit out of the loop, let's refresh: Early last week, U.K. Lush customer Abi Shenton tweeted a selfie with Day-Glo pink skin after using one of the brand's bath oils. Turns out, she mistakenly thought the oil was a soap, resulting in a rather bad dye job. Other Lush shoppers have since emerged with their own #beautyfail stories -- an issue potentially arising from the fact that the wacky-looking products don't come with explicit instructions.
"When we look back 10, 15 or 20 years on this crisis, we'll know that we took the right action."
At a time in the United States when xenophobic politicians are spreading Islamophobia and discouraging people from helping Syrian refugees, Lush is opening their hearts completely to them.
Lottie and Marley reportedly confronted the thief as he left the business.
I'm of the mindset that the best distraction from less-than-perfect skin is not to conceal, but to blind. If the light is literally reflecting off your "problem areas," then surely it is deflecting attention from them, right?
It turns out that Anthropologie is a dog-friendly store! Which got me thinking, what other stores also welcome canine shoppers? So here it is: the ultimate list of national stores that are dog friendly.
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When we are forced to recognise that this aspirational industry depends upon the needless suffering and death of millions