Alicia Keys Has Finally Launched Her Lifestyle Beauty Brand ‘Keys Soulcare’



Alicia Keys looking at the camera: Alicia Keys is launching her own lifestyle beauty brand with e.l.f Beauty, 'Keys Soulcare'.


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Alicia Keys is launching her own lifestyle beauty brand with e.l.f Beauty, ‘Keys Soulcare’.

Update 04/12/20:

After much mystery, Alicia Keys has finally given us a sneak peak of the products she’ll be launching with for Keys Soulcare’s debut drop.

The singer blessed us with an Instagram tutorial of sorts to take us through the first launches for her namesake beauty and wellness brand, and we weren’t disappointed.

First up, there’s the candle (yes, we do need another candle). Keys calls it ‘the signature scent’ featuring notes of sage and oat milk, which sounds good enough to eat. Burning sage is a well known ancient spiritual ritual so it seems fitting that the herb be a part of the brand’s signature scent. Keys advised her followers to light the candle whilst repeating the mantra: ‘I shine at full wattage’ for the full feel good experience.



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Court dissolves 5-year-old marriage over wife’s indecent dressing, adulterous lifestyle

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A Customary Court sitting in Ile-Tuntun, Ibadan, on Friday, dissolved the marriage between one Rowland Ogunebo and his estranged wife, Blessing, on grounds of indecent dressing, disrespect and adulterous lifestyle.

The court’s President, Chief Henry Agbaje, granted Rowland’s request for the dissolution of his five-year-old marriage to Blessing, after listening to the pleas of both parties.

Agbaje held that from facts before the court, dissolution of the marriage was the best thing in the interest of peaceful living between the two parties, saying it was not possible for two captains to steer a ship.

While noting that Blessing’s declaration of war on her husband was dangerous, he held that the best solution was to grant the plaintiff’s plea for dissolution of the marriage, in the interest of peace and tranquility.

Agbaje, however, granted custody of the two children produced by the union to the respondent and ordered the plaintiff to

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December Food & Lifestyle News

What’s new in the City of Angels this month? Here is a food and lifestyle news update for December.

Scratch/Bar & Kitchen Launches New Takeout Tasting Menus

Chefs Phillip Frankland Lee and Margarita Kallas Lee have teamed together to offer beautiful, elegant and exclusively curated tasting menus specifically designed for takeout. Limited to 10 guests per night, diners can pick up the special Scratch/Bar & Kitchen 10-course menu Wednesday to Sunday evenings at 7pm, priced at $125 per person. They also are offering a delicious Sushi/Bar takeout menu including their 16-course menu of nigiri, offered daily for pickup at 7pm, $95 per person. Visit https://www.exploretock.com/scratchbarandkitchen.

Wonderland Brings Holiday Cheer to LaLa Land

Experiential Supply Co’s new Wonderland holiday drive thru experience is taking place now through December 23rd and December 26 through December 30th from 5 to 11pm at the Westfield Promenade site in Woodland Hills. This unique in car

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How Marc Kleinman Made It Big In Poker

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While most 18-year olds spend their time gearing up to leave the house for college, poker professional Marc Kleinman took a notably different route, foregoing the typical youthful and carefree lifestyle to hone his craft of poker. Kleinman spent his first year playing poker as a force, racking up huge winnings online. The only problem was that those winnings were fake chips with no real value. To fix that, Kleinman approached his parents with a deal, that if they gave him 100 dollars, he wouldn’t need any more monetary support. Just that happened, as Kleinman took the seed money from his parents and launched it into a durable and successful poker career.

For his first six years in the game, Kleinman utilized

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Nine Point Agency Debuts New Brand Specializing in Lifestyle and Cannabis Public Relations

National PR agency pushes to expand perspectives of wellbeing

VANCOUVER, BC, Dec. 3, 2020 /CNW/ – Nine Point Agency, a full-service national PR firm specializing in lifestyle and cannabis clients, has debuted a revitalized brand that redefines what a PR agency can do.

The new agency was born from Avenue PR, a Vancouver-based lifestyle PR firm that launched in 2013, and Nine Point, its subsidiary that made waves in 2018 as one of the first agencies catering to the legalized cannabis industry. Nine Point Agency blurs the line between lifestyle and cannabis, aiming to nudge boundaries and expand traditional perspectives of wellness. Comprised of a powerhouse all-female team, the agency soars above competitors thanks to years of expertise, uncanny intuition of emerging industries and trends, and an entrepreneurial history of building successful businesses.

Approaching client relations as a mutual partnership, Nine Point Agency takes calculated, well-researched risks,

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How Lifestyle, Beauty, And Fashion E-Commerce Brands Can Raise Funds In 2021

In the luxury fashion business, make no bones about it: funding is the engine that keeps the vehicle of the business running. More to the point, without funding, it is nearly impossible to launch brand. Many times funding is required to ignite the engine to flourish in business. If you ask the folks who own the brands, they will surely agree that funding is one of the biggest challenges they face in today’s marketplace.

And when it comes to creativity, it is much easier to execute ideas when you have funds readily available. Sadly, the reverse can cripple an entire business and into the grit of the infamous chapter eleven.

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JS Global Lifestyle Wins “Listed Company with the Best Investment Potential” Award

SHENZHEN, China, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — JS Global Lifestyle Company Limited (“JS Global” or “the Company”) announced that the Company has won the “Listed Company with the Best Investment Potential” award at the 10th Hong Kong International Finance Week and China Securities “Golden Bauhinia Award” Ceremony.

The award recognition reflects improved market confidence in the company’s investment potential and was reviewed by the Listed Companies Association of Beijing, Chinese Securities Association of Hong Kong, and Chinese Financial Association of Hong Kong among other trusted professional authorities.

After 30 years of development, China’s capital market has fostered a growing number of global companies that have created innovative services and products for the rest of the world. The recognition of JS Global Lifestyle as one of the Listed Companies with the Best Investment Potential at this Forum is also a testimony to the continued vitality of Chinese

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Spouses report more stress, less satisfaction with military lifestyle. And that was before COVID

Fewer active duty spouses report satisfaction with the military lifestyle, fewer support their service member staying in, and there are signs of increased stress and distress, according to the results of a survey conducted by the Defense Department in 2019.

The survey was fielded long before COVID hit, from July to November, 2019. But in the next survey of active duty spouses scheduled to be fielded in the spring of 2021, there will be targeted questions to address the impact of COVID, said Paul Rosenfeld, director of DoD’s Center for Retention and Readiness, during a briefing Wednesday.

The pandemic has disrupted the lives of many military families, from drastically reduced child care, school closures, increased unemployment, sudden stoppage of PCS moves, financial issues, reduced operations of base facilities, and many other areas.

Kelly Hruska, government relations director of the National Military Family Association, said it will be interesting to see

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Erika & Tom Girardi Sued for Allegedly Using Divorce to Embezzle Money to Fund ‘Lavish’ Lifestyle

One month after Erika Girardi filed for divorce from husband Tom Girardi, the couple has been sued for allegedly using their split to embezzle money.



Erika Jayne, Thomas Girardi are posing for a picture: Erika Girardi and Tom Girardi


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Erika Girardi and Tom Girardi

According to a complaint filed in an Illinois federal court Wednesday, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and her lawyer husband are being sued by law firm Edelson PC on behalf of several families who lost loved ones in a Boeing plane crash.

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The documents, obtained by PEOPLE, detail how Tom and Erika — also known as Erika Jayne — allegedly embezzled settlement funds meant to help the families of victims on Lion Air Flight 610.

“Tom has resorted to embezzling the proceeds of settlements that should have been directed to his clients

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Many Canadians believe COVID lifestyle changes are affecting their eyes

– Two-thirds of Canadians say they’re spending more time looking at screens during the pandemic, which can contribute to vision problems –

TORONTO, Dec. 3, 2020 /CNW/ – COVID-19 has impacted the way we work, learn and socialize, with more Canadians than ever seeking connection and entertainment online. According to a new survey commissioned by Alcon Canada, two-thirds of Canadians requiring vision correction (66 per cent) are spending more time on computer, tablet or phone screens than they did before the pandemic, and nearly one-third (31 per cent) feel their eyesight has gotten worse.

The study of 1,000 Canadians requiring vision correction, conducted by research firm Leger, showed that 34 per cent of Canadians requiring vision correction say their eyes feel more tired during the pandemic than they did before, which is a possible sign of digital eyestrain, a condition caused by spending too much time in front

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