Cloud Eye Makeup Is The Cool-Girl Trend We’ve Been Waiting For

As pretty and creative as they are, Instagram beauty trends are rarely simple to execute in real life. So, when cloud makeup starting popping up on feeds last spring, we politely bowed out of the avant-garde fad. Now, the trend is getting a second life at Fashion Week — and in a way that’s a whole lot easier to copy. You might recall that the cloud trend first picked up steam on Reddit and Instagram last April, but required a tedious application process. The most popular looks included billowing intricacies on each cloud, somehow painted onto the tiniest canvas imaginable: the eyelid. The result was almost always a detailed skyscape… Read More

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Firefox is testing a VPN, and you can try it right now

Last week, Mozilla said its Firefox browser would block third-party trackers for everyone by default and yesterday, Mozilla announced a new product that could give Firefox users even more privacy on the web: the Firefox Private Network, which claims to be “a secure, encrypted path to the web” — essentially, a Firefox-made VPN (though Mozilla never calls it one). The Firefox Private Network seems like it could be useful, but it does have its limits. It’s a browser-based VPN, so it won’t mask anything you’re doing on the internet outside of Firefox — you’d need to install a dedicated VPN app if you want to protect more of your internet… Read More

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13 Scandals That Rocked The Real Housewives Franchise

The Real Housewives franchise has had its fair share of drama over the years. But these 13 scandals are what got viewers talking, and probably explain why the respective shows are still on the air. Scroll down if you want all the juicy details — and let us know if we left off your favorite! 1. Cancer-gate on The Real Housewives of Orange County Vicki Gunvalso thought that she had found the man of her dreams in Brooks Ayers. However, everyone felt like there was something off about Brooks from the get-go. Things got downright gnarly when he told everyone he was diagnosed with stage 3 Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Vicki had… Read More

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Man who loaned gun to Lauren McCluskey’s killer sentenced to 3 years supervision

Nathan Daniel Vogel leaves federal court following a hearing Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Salt Lake City. Vogel, a man who pleaded guilty to lying about buying the firearm used to kill college athlete Lauren McCluskey has been sentenced to three years of supervised release. Vogel said he accepts responsibility for loaning the weapon to McCluskey’s ex-boyfriend Melvin Rowland, who killed her last year. | AP SALT LAKE CITY — The man who illegally purchased the gun that killed University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey will not serve any more time behind bars, a U.S. District Court judge determined Wednesday. Nathan Daniel Vogel, 22, was sentenced to three years of… Read More

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Poll: Utahns split over which party in Congress they trust to deal with gun issues

US Capitol building in winter, Washington DC, USA. | Adobe Stock SALT LAKE CITY — Even though Utah is one of the most Republican states in the country, voters are split over which political party they trust more to handle gun policy in Congress, according to poll results released Wednesday. More than a third of voters surveyed for UtahPolicy.com — 36% — said their trust is with congressional Democrats when it comes to dealing with the politically volatile issue, while just 42% put their faith in Republican members of Congress. “That’s such a low number for Utah,” Morgan Lyon Cotti, associate director of the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of… Read More

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Photos: Never forget — Remembering the victims of 9/11

Phil Larson, a retired firefighter with the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department in Washington, D.C., braves the rain at the 18th annual Healing Field in Sandy on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, as he pays his respects to the men and women who lost their lives during the 9/11 attacks. Larson, a Sandy native, was one of the rescuers that responded to the attack on the Pentagon. | Colter Peterson, Deseret News Phil Larson, a retired firefighter with the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department in Washington, D.C., braves the rain at the 18th annual Healing Field in Sandy on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, as he pays his respects to the men… Read More

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Traeger Grills suing namesakes, competitor for intellectual property breaches

Traeger products are on display at the company’s office in Sugar House on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017. | Laura Seitz, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Traeger Grills CEO Jeremy Andrus said he bears no ill will toward members of the Traeger family that, now two sales removed from the company, went to work last year for a competing pellet grill company. But, Andrus does have a problem with the Traeger name, some iconic branding images, and a number of design characteristics unique to the company being used in ways he believes are blatant violations of Traeger Grill’s intellectual property rights. “Joe and Brian Traeger are free to earn a… Read More

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IoT Report: How Internet of Things technology growth is reaching mainstream companies and consumers

This is a preview of the Internet of Things (2018) research report from Business Insider Intelligence. To learn more about the IoT ecosystem, tech trends and industry forecasts, click here. The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming how companies and consumers go about their days around the world. The technology that underlies this whole segment is evolving quickly, whether it’s the rapid rise of the Amazon Echo and voice assistants upending the consumer space, or growth of AI-powered analytics platforms for the enterprise market. And Business Insider Intelligence is keeping its finger on the pulse of this ongoing revolution by conducting our second annual Global IoT Executive Survey, which provides… Read More

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