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VIVE SANA Is Bound To Be Your New Favorite Daily SPF

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The new clean, luxury sun care line feels more like skin care than sunscreen

I hate to admit this as a beauty editor, but I find applying a daily SPF to be *sort of* a pain. Not only do I cringe at the idea of adding yet another step to my already intense skin-care regimen (I’m currently at five steps, but really trying to cut down for the sake of my morning sanity), but being that I make sure my skin-care routine is completely clean, it’s not that easy finding an SPF that also falls into that category. A lot of daily SPFs contain all sorts of synthetic ingredients or fillers, which is something I try to avoid as much as possible (as you should, too).

With that being said, when I’m presented with a daily SPF that’s not only clean but boasts a ton of other skin-boosting benefits, it’s worth paying attention to. And that’s where new luxury, all-natural sun care line VIVE SANA, which just launched yesterday, comes in.

VIVE SANA, which is Italian for “living healthy,” is here to make daily SPF application not just an extra step, but a main, all-encompassing one. The line only uses ingredients of the highest standards—such as photo-protective organic botanicals, apricot, argan, avocado, green tea, licorice root, red raspberry, just to name a few—as well as non-nano, uncoated zinc, which is the safest approved active SPF.

The line consists of two products: Daily Protezione ($55) and Serum Crema ($75). Daily Protezione is a hydrating and moisturizing SPF 30 sunscreen that’s meant to serve as your go-to daily moisturizer while offering enough protection for a day at the beach. Its formula has a matte finish and is sweat-resistant, meaning it can be incorporated into an active lifestyle. Serum Crema is a nutrient-dense facial treatment with SPF 20 that not only protects you from UV rays, but is also formulated to hydrate, repair sun damage as it occurs, stimulate skin cell repair, improve elasticity, and even out skin tone.

Not only do both products offer in-sun protection and benefits, but also pre-sun and post-sun. While many sun care products tend to have a drying effect on the skin (leaving it more susceptible to damage), VIVE SANA’s formulas are ultra-nourishing and create a protective barrier against environmental stressors. The organic antioxidants used in each product also work to reverse the signs of past sun damage.

Both products are natural and almost entirely organic, as well as phthalate-, paraben-, BPA-, chemical-, and fragrance-free. They’re also gentle, non-pollutant, and coral reef-safe.

All in all, VIVE SANA takes a crucial step in everyone’s skin-care regimen—daily SPF—and makes it even more beneficial, ultimately simplifying your daily routine. And while, admittedly, the prices may feel a little steep, the multipurpose, clean formulas make it well worth it. You can shop the line now at ViveSana.com.

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The band shared details about their new St. Vincent-produced album that will drop "you into the world of catastrophe"

Sleater-Kinney just shared more information about their St. Vincent-produced album and dropped a new single.

Per Billboard, Sleater-Kinney revealed that their new album, which they've been teasing since early this year and will be their first since No Cities To Love from 2015, will be called The Center Won't Hold. It's due out on August 16 via Mom + Pop Records. "We're always mixing the personal and the political but on this record, despite obviously thinking so much about politics, we were really thinking about the person—ourselves or versions of ourselves or iterations of depression or loneliness—in the middle of the chaos," Carrie Brownstein said in a statement. Corin Tucker further noted that the new album will "[drop] you into the world of catastrophe that touches on the election."

Janet Weiss noted that the band will "explore a different sound palette" with this album, and pointed to St. Vincent as the reason behind it. She said that St. Vincent "has a lot of experience building her own music with keyboards and synthesizers so she could be our guide to help us make sense of this new landscape and still sound like us."

To satiate us until then, the band released a lyric video for new single, "The Future Is Here," which is very grungy. Bump it, below.

Sleater-Kinney - The Future Is Here (Official Lyric Video) www.youtube.com

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This is so satisfying!

Even Jon Snow knows just how unsatisfying the final season of Game of Thrones was, and he's ready to apologize. Well, a deepfake of him is at least. A heavily-edited version of Snow's speech from the fourth episode—just before the bodies of those lost in the Battle of Winterfell get burned—now features Snow apologizing for the conclusion of the show and lighting the script on fire.

"It's time for some apologies. I'm sorry we wasted your time," Snow begins. "And I know nothing made sense at the end. When the Starbucks cup is the smallest mistake, you know you fucked up! We take the blame. I'm sorry we wrote this in like six days or something," he adds, before signaling to his peers to light the script with torches and "just forget it forever." "Fuck Season 8," he says before the pages begin to crackle and burn.

If there were more lines left to alter, we would have loved to see Snow also tackle how messy Brienne of Tarth and Jaime Lannister's story line ended up, as well as Bran's kingship, Cersei's boring demise, and the water bottle appearance.

Watch the entire deepfake and try to heal the wounds left by HBO below.

BREAKING: JON SNOW FINALLY APOLOGIZED FOR SEASON 8 youtu.be

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It premieres today, exclusively via NYLON

In LP's song "Shaken," the most recent single from her 2018 record Heart To Mouth, she tells the story of seeing her lover out with someone else—ouch. Today, exclusively on NYLON, she releases a cheeky animated music video that pokes fun at the song's heightened drama and perfectly demonstrates all the angst that comes with falling hard for someone.

"She looks at you like I used to/ And I'm just sitting in the corner sh-sh-shaken," LP sings, as the visual—with art by Maayan Priva—depicts the singer hanging out in a bar, watching the girl she likes meet up with another girl. Despite the situation's inherent drama, "Shaken" is less of a ballad and more of an upbeat bop. LP told us she loves the way "this little video captures some of the fun of the song, and its inherent comical anxiety." Sure, heartbreak isn't that funny, but our (sometimes) overly dramatic reaction to it kind of is.

"'Shaken' feels like a bit of a wild card on this record," LP says. "It's the closest I've come to writing a musical, which I hope to do one day." We heartily endorse this idea: Please, LP, give us the queer jukebox musical we crave.

Until that day comes, though, you can watch the music video for "Shaken," below.

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This cameo has the Beyhive buzzing

I went to see Men In Black: International alone. Which would have been fine if it wasn't for the shock I received when I saw two specific characters on the screen. Unable to keep it to myself, I shared a curious look with the stranger next to me, who was obviously thinking the same thing as me. "Is that them...?" I whispered first. "I think… so," she replied. Then the two men in question started to dance, and we were both sure: "Yep, that's them."

It was Laurent and Larry Nicolas Bourgeois, better known as Les Twins. Fans of Beyoncé will recognize the duo as the talented brothers who often accompany her on tour and in music videos. In Men In Black: International, the two of them play shapeshifting entities—they're more like energy forces than aliens—who pursue Tessa Thompson's and Chris Hemsworth's characters throughout the duration of the film. The twins' ability to manipulate their bodies in ways that are graceful and otherworldly really helps sell them as extraterrestrials and is fun to watch.

So if Thompson in a suit or Hemsworth shirtless weren't enough motivation, here's another reason to go see it. If you look close, you can see them in the trailer below.

MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL - Official Trailer www.youtube.com

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"I am honored to share this bonding experience with my own daughter"

In a heart-warming Instagram photo, Serena Williams shares the history of hair braiding and the importance of the tradition. The tennis player shared a photo of herself braiding her daughter Olympia Ohanian's hair and spoke about how "honored" she was to be able to "add another generation" to the tradition of the practice.

The photo shows Williams attentively braiding her daughter's hair while Olympia smiles, obviously loving the experience. Williams noted that hair braiding was created by the Himba people in Namibia, Africa, and that "we have been braiding our hair for centuries." "In many African tribes braided hairstyles were a unique way to identify each tribe," she continued.

Williams pointed out that braiding is a bonding experience. "People would often take the time to socialize," she wrote. "It began with the elders braiding their children, then the children would watch and learn from them. The tradition of bonding was carried on for generations, and quickly made its way across the world."

Williams closed her post with a sweet message about her daughter, saying that she's "honored to share this bonding experience" with her.

See the post, below.

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