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Listen Up: Katonya Breaux Is So Bright, We Gotta Wear Sunscreen

Listen Up BY kiara mills 02/12/2018
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It's February, and you're probably sick of all your sweaters - but you'll feel better about them if you at least figure out a proper storage solution, we argue. Also, just because you haven't seen the sun in weeks doesn't mean you don't still need SPF, and Unsun founder Katonya Breaux is here to chat all about how she made an effective one that doesn't leave skin of any hue looking chalky. (She's also Frank Ocean's mom, which isn't super-relevant except as proof that badassery runs in the family.) READ MORE
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Listen Up: Talkin’ Female Friendship with the Woman Who Wrote the (New!) Book on It

Listen Up BY kiara mills 02/05/2018
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Welcome to this week's very flossy episode of A Few Things - and we mean that in a literal sense as Claire's shouting out her love of this thing and Erica's all about Cocofloss (run by a #workwife duo, even). Plus! We're going deep on the history of shine theory with friend of the pod Kayleen Schaefer, author of the fan-freaking-tastic book Text Me When You Get Home: The Evolution and Triumph of Female Friendship. READ MORE
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Listen Up: The Cream (and Sad Egg) of the 10 Things Crop

Listen Up BY kiara mills 01/29/2018
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This week, Claire and Erica ponder an age-old issue: When the heck is the right time to re-apply lipstick? It's all because - thanks to stellar D.C.-area MUA Gina Bettelli - Claire's way into this stuff. From there, they move onto...more recent finds they can't stop talking about. Speaking of, now's the time to sign up for our 10 Things newsletter, which brings the party to your inbox every Monday, if you're not already on top of that. READ MORE

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