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Emily Ratajkowski on Her Evolving Beauty Routine, and Her New Partnership With Loops

Photo: Courtesy of Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowksi, the girl with the luminescent skin, has had her hands full lately. The queen of the multi-hyphenate, a businesswoman-actress-model, has conquered everything from clothing (her line Inamorata probably dots your Instagram) and hair (consider those bombshell ads for Kerastase) to writing (she’s spent the last year working on a collection of essays). Today, she adds another industry to her resume as she launches her venture into skincare as the creative director and partner of the celebrity-beloved sheet mask company Loops. 

Ratajkowski fell in love with the label while test-driving a bevy of beauty products after being stuck being indoors during COVID-19. “I used to not do sheet masks and now I have gone full circle and I really like them,” she says. When the pandemic started, Ratajkowski says, she got “more interested in beauty and self care.” For over two months of lockdown,

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Rachel Brosnahan shares the affordable beauty products in her self-care routine

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Unlike her character Midge in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Rachel Brosnahan prefers to keep her beauty routine simple, quick and easy. In fact, rather than putting on a signature red lip as she would on set, Brosnahan has opted to go makeup-free these last few months and indulge in her beauty routine as a form of self-care.

We’ve all been spending more time at home lately, and Brosnahan says this has allowed her to take a little more time with her morning routine — even with products that she’s been using for the past few years. She partnered with Cetaphil last year — a

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Jodie Turner-Smith | Jodie Turner-Smith’s simple beauty routine

Jodie Turner-Smith’s beauty routine has “definitely become simpler” since she became a mom.

The ‘Queen and Slim’ actress welcomed daughter Janie into the world five months ago and she admits things have changed greatly for her in the past few months.

She said: “It definitely has become simpler. I don’t get to spend two hours in the bathroom anymore. And because it’s simpler, it’s definitely more the point, like everything that I do and everything that I have is just the essentials and the stuff that I just really can’t live without. And then I try to carve out time for myself to do the other things to feel good and luxuriate, like take a hot bath.”

The same applies for fragrance as Jodie admits she only now wears scents on “special occasions” since she welcomed her daughter into the world.

She added: “Now, because of my daughter, I kind

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Lucy Boynton on Life During Lockdown and Her At-Home Beauty Routine

Along with binge-watching I May Destroy You and singing Michaela Coel’s praises (“Just give her all of the awards”), Boynton has been switching her playful makeup touches for curated, simplified skin care. “I try to use very pure and light products, like Weleda, because my skin is so sensitive,” says Boynton. “I’ve tried not to put on makeup and just give my skin a bit of a break, but there were a few days in lockdown where I just needed some kind of excitement and/or novelty.” 

Fortunately, a recent afternoon spent with makeup artist Jo Baker resulted in a characteristically whimsical beauty look from the duo—hopefully, the first of many, as the two have a few more rendezvous on the books. “Literally Barry M glitter eyeshadow would be my go-to for application, but if I had any of the skill that Jo has, I would probably have some sort of

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French Open 2020: Rafael Nadal starts quest for 13th Roland Garros title in routine fashion

Rafael Nadal breezed into the second round of the French Open with a straight-sets win over Egor Gerasimov at Roland Garros.

Seeking a remarkable 13th title at the clay-court grand slam, Nadal had suggested the conditions and heavier balls he described as “slow and dangerous” could impact his hopes.

He came into Monday’s meeting with the world number 83 having only played one tournament since February due to the coronavirus pandemic, losing to Diego Schwartzman in the quarter-finals in Rome.

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Neither the balls nor any Nadal rust could prevent him from claiming a 6-4 6-4 6-2 victory, though, Gerasimov’s admirable resistance fading after he turned his ankle in the third set.

The first break came Nadal’s way courtesy of a deft drop shot and that was enough to claim the first set, which he wrapped up with

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