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CosBeauty is the #BeautyAddict's guide to lifestyle, health and beauty in Australia. In this issue:- Iso-proof your skin - The products to use in lockdown- Home alone? Make the most of your downtime- Confused? We explain Laser vs IPL- Makeup Style, our current fave looks: Lockdown Chic, Weekend Vibes and #Bossbabe
As this print issue of STYLE (our 198th in a row!) reaches you, our world is beginning to reopen. This “happening” will be met by many with glee and others with trepidation. Our lives may never be the same again, but Americans are a resilient bunch, and we have no doubt we’ll get past this, do the right things, and move forward.We’ve been asked why we didn’t just shut down like many other publications in the region. It’s a fair question, but within 48 hours of our governor’s “shelter-in-place” order, we knew we couldn’t—that there was still good reason to publish information and entertainment and to help maintain some level of normalcy during a time which is anything but. We’ve always taken the position that giving back to our communities is a foundational part of our company. We strive to give back in many ways—be it the arts, education, our youth, or another area that is so, so important: food. It’s hard to believe that in areas like ours, people go hungry every day, but they do. They are your neighbors. They are young and old; come in all shapes, sizes, and ethnicities; and many/most of them work. It’s why STYLE started a charitable endeavor six years ago, called Guitars4Food where we buy guitars, get them autographed, and give them as gifts to large donors. We are proud to tell you that G4F has now raised more than $50,000 since its launch. In two short months, we’ve gone from record employment to record unemployment, but you can help. Whether it’s the Placer Food Bank, Twin Lakes Food Bank, or the Food Bank of El Dorado County—even the smallest donation makes a difference. Supporting our food banks is a wonderful way to give back. Please see this month’s story, “Stepping Up to Serve,” on page 10, to learn about more ways to lend a helping hand.And make no mistake—our ability to give back comes in large part from the support of our advertising partners. Please keep that—and them—in mind when you’re shopping (locally, we hope). Supporting these businesses is one of the best ways to say “thank you.”— Terry& Wendyterry@stylemg.com firstname.lastname@example.org
On the cover, Fargo's Top Dog, K9 Falco and Officer Cochran. Local Hero, Highway Patrol Officer Gabe Irvis, Having a Beer with senior radio producer Kevin Flynn and more in Fargo Moorhead's only men's magazine.
Estetica Magazine is the world's leading hairdressing magazine. Founded in Italy in 1946 and published today in over 60 countries around the world, it is a global reference point for professionals working in the hair and beauty industry. Techniques, fashion, education and trends are at the core of every issue of Estetica Magazine. Further information about both the printed and digital versions of the magazine is available at www.esteticanetwork.com
"COVID's Metamorphoses"?"There's Always Time (Until Suddenly There Isn't)"?"The Writing on the Wall"? It's hard to know WHAT to call this latest chapter in the extraordinary story we are all of a sudden characters in. By whatever name we call it, the MAY/JUNE combined issue of The WholeNote is now available, HERE in flip through format, in print commencing Wednesday May 6, and, in fully interactive form, online at thewholenote.com. Our 18th Annual Choral Canary Pages, scheduled for publication in print and flip through in September is already well underway with the first 50 choirs home to roost and more being added every week online. Community Voices, our cover story, brings to you the thoughts of 30 musical community members, all going through what we are going through (and with many more to come as the feature gets amplified online over the course of the coming months). And our regular writers bring their personal thoughts to the mix. Finally, a full-fledged DISCoveries review section offers cues and clues to recorded music for your solitary solace!
Eco-friendly tourism is at the top of our 2020 travel agenda. We have introduced a new Sustainable Travel series, kicking off this issue with ideas for Environmental Volunteering, in an eco-conscious quest of our own, we have discovered a supplier of recyclable paper wraps for sending our magazines in the mail. Next issue we will be featuring the UK’s finest eco-friendly holiday homes so, if you know of any hidden gems you are happy to share, please get in touch. Back to this issue - our 10 of The Best Charity Challenges, are sure to inspire. From cycling across Britain to skydiving from 15,000 feet, you can raise some vital charity donations while pushing yourself to your limits. The World Pilot Gig Championships is a seaside spectacle like no other on The Isles of Scilly this May, and we go Behind-the-Scenes ahead of The Cheltenham Festival, this March. Other destinations we uncover this season include the beautiful Lake District, spending a wonderful 48 Hours in St Mawes and the Roseland, an adventure packed weekend on The Isle of Man, and, arguably with the best views in London, our In the Capital series this season takes us to discover the highlights of leafy Greenwich. As always I hope this issue helps to inspire your travel experiences, and the spring season brings you many magical moments spent savouring the glorious British Isles - wherever you choose to visit.
Welcome to the Great West Way 2020 issue. Discover the Great West Way 125-mile touring route between London and Bristol based on ancient routes, roaming through idyllic countryside, quaint villages and elegant towns.