|By ERIC FREEDMAN Capital News Service LANSING — Winter was the time of year when the North Woods rang with the sound of axes and saws felling giant white pines. It was the late 1800s, the Golden Age of American … Continue reading →
EAST LANSING, Michigan — For years, men and women have struggled with the idea of finding the right shade of beauty for their skin and having it fit to their complexion and skin type.
There has always been a debate between drugstore makeup companies like Maybelline and Covergirl compared to high-brand cosmetic companies like Urban Decay and Rihanna’s new line “Fenty Beauty.”
Christopher George, who works at Sephora in Lansing and is responsible for matching customers to the right type of makeup for their skin type, said, “Many people have said that the difference between drugstore and Sephora is the quality. Though that may be true, it’s probably just based on their skin type.”
Skin type is different for every person. One can be oily and one can be dry. No one has the same skin type — just like no one has the same skin color.
EAST LANSING, Michigan — Men and women’s fashion has had distinguishable characteristics according to how one separates between genders.
Men’s fashion has been known to have more masculine characteristics — structured bottoms and tops. Women’s fashion has a more feminine touch with loose fitting pieces that emphasize a female approach.
Androgynous fashion is clothing that can be worn by both men and women. Recently, fashion has been blurring the lines between what is considered “gender specific.”
The Spartan Newsroom interviewed an individual who has opinions about what gender fluidity actually means to them and what is to come of androgynous fashion:
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#RelationshipGoals can serve as a positive standard to set relationships to — but also pose as a risk for unhealthy comparisons
Couples with vast followings on social media can project a flawless image of what a relationship looks like. Physical attractiveness. Health and fitness. Luxury. But social media users’ potential overexposure to these seemingly-effortless relationships on millions of’ timelines could be raising the standards for relationships.
Crabs in a barrel. That’s how Nicole Churchill, one of the three founding members of Assemble Sound, describes Detroit’s music industry. “When you think about crabs in a literal barrel, when one or two start to crawl to the top, the other crabs try to pinch at them and pull at their legs and drag them back down,” Churchill said. “It’s a metaphor for what support has commonly been like in the industry. Detroit’s the birthplace of a ton of different music genres, but a lot of people don’t realize that the talent never went anywhere.
This year, Peacock Family Tree Farm will be a part of the national charity spreading cheer to troops around the country.
|By KATE HABREL Capital News Service LANSING — “Waterfalls” and “Michigan” aren’t words often paired. Photographer Phil Stagg of Cadillac is on a mission to change that. His latest book, “Waterfalls of Michigan: The Collection” is the fifth in a … Continue reading →
The Spartan Newsroom covers the latest headlines:
Matt Lauer fired from NBC’s “Today” for sexual harassment. Trump Administration reverses Elephant ban on importing elephants. Prince Harry engages Suits star Meghan Markle. “Thriller” by Michael Jackson is still a hit. NFL and Players Coalition committed to spending $89 million on social justice reforms in African-American neighborhoods.
The Spartan Newsroom covers the latest news:
Michigan State loses to Duke in Men’s Basketball
Jay-Z to perform at Little Caesars Arena
Mother from Miami has son taken away due to abuse
Indigenous people unhappy with portrayal in art
Woman wins two lotteries in one day
Texas State University bans all Greek activities
After The New York Times published a stunning article saying Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein has been sexually abusing various Hollywood actresses and models throughout his career, the discussion of sexual assault has surfaced to the front page news. The article stated that Weinstein, popular for movies like Django Unchained and Gangs of New York reached many settlements with women who accused him of sexual abuse. Actress Ashley Judd came out criticizing the producer saying he sexually assaulted her when she was a young, eager actress trying to break into the business. Judd is not the only actress that has come forward. Since then, actresses like Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Kate Beckinsale and 54 others have come forward with stories about Weinstein’s abuse. Alyssa Milano, popular for her role on King of Queens and Saved By The Bell posted on Twitter “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.”