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Make-up isn’t just a way to look good. For many of us (and we mean men, women and everyone in between), wearing and applying makeup is an important form of self-expression and self-care. Makeup is a fun opportunity for creativity

This week, we’re highlighting a cool up & coming local brand that has been gaining popularity lately: Luffy Leathers!  They create beautifully designed and masterfully handcrafted real leather pieces that we honestly love! Moreover, we’ve found their prices are quite fair

We as Lebanese people have gotten used to foreign products because local products used to be few and far in between. We automatically went for the “better” option (frankly because a lot of us didn’t trust Lebanese products, especially since

Energy minister justifies lack of electricity: Citizens are consuming more than they should.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by

Calling all exhausted Lebanese peeps: are you looking to make some much-needed time for the artist within? We sure are, especially since life has been all about survival lately and it’s becoming more and more of a necessity to make

Plat du jour is an excellent option for those busy with a hectic work schedule or for university students living away from their parents.  Instead of indulging in fast food and unhealthy eating habits, a daily plate provides with healthy nutrition

Lebanese man withdraws his deposit in dollars after threating to burn down the bank.  View this post on Instagram A post shared

We love anything natural, especially when it comes to what we put on our skin. This week, we’re sharing this amazing local brand: Ward Skin! They offer a wide range of handcrafted skincare products, all created with 100% organic ingredients. The

Riad Salameh fails to show up to his interrogation session with Judge Ghada Aoun.  After BDL governor Riad Salameh refused to attend for today's interrogation session, Mount Lebanon State Prosecutor Judge Ghada Aoun rescheduled the hearing for next Tuesday. She threatened to

We’ve all met a girl like her. A 13-year old schoolgirl of “a good family” who went to a “good school”, spoke French, had rich parents and zero worries. That might look like a walk in the park for the