Thursday, March 28th, 2019
Fenty Beauty is launching its first powder bronzer, Sun Stalkr Instant Warmth Bronzer, which comes in a generous eight shades. Rihanna reportedly worked on the range for two years.
The 18-year-old was taken to the emergency room after experiencing severe seizures
Lawsuit accuses drugmaker of “deceptive” marketing and fraudulently transferring company funds
Tarte just announced its launching an Icy Betch Eye & Cheek Palette this April, which they previewed last year on April Fools Day. The pretend product amassed so much hype that the brand decided to actually make it this year, though it’ll only be available for a limited time. Read more about the palette and how you can get your hands on it, here.
Nordic white hair is officially trending, and it’s the lightest shade of platinum hair color we’ve ever laid eyes on. See the icy hue for yourself and learn about how it’s done, here.
A New Jersey high school debuted Alien: The Play last week and it looks like it was epic.
2019 is going to be a big year for Disney’s live-action remakes of their famous animated films. The first entry of the year will be the reinvention of the flying elephant Dumbo.
Why are so many of us are guilty of procrastination? Charlotte Lieberman, writer of the New York Times article, “Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control),” and time management expert Laura Vanderkam join “CBS This Morning” to offer practical tips. Vanderkam is also the author of “Juliet’s School of Possibilities: A Little Story About the Power of Priorities.”
A group of teen girls in Maryland is fighting back after their male classmates circulated a list, rating them by their appearance. The Washington Post first reported the list was sent around Bethesda Chevy Chase High School earlier this month. Michelle Miller shows how the girls took matters into their own hands.
The FDA is proposing the first changes to breast cancer screenings in decades. It wants to require mammogram providers to notify women about their breast tissue density. About half of women over age 40 have dense breasts, which can obscure cancer signs. It is also an additional risk factor for breast cancer, which is the leading cancer among women. Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the changes.