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What Do You Put on Your Face?

A few weeks ago, I ran through my favorite skincare products and asked you to share yours. And you really showed up! Which confirms my belief that everyone loves to talk about this stuff.

When I was a fashion editor, anyone who asked what I did for a living would clam up upon hearing my answer, asking if their outfit was okay. When I was a beauty editor and answered the same question, I’d be met with a flood of information: passionate retellings of the lipstick that changed a life, the eyeliner you could cry through, the hair product that finally, finally!, controlled riotous curls.

Beauty is accessible and easy; one little thing can make you feel great about yourself, even if it’s just for 30 seconds mid-apocalypse. And so it shouldn’t be surprising that detailed accounts from men and women of every age (seriously, from high school to mid-70s) landed in my inbox, chronicling what you put on your face from the moment you wake up to when you climb back into bed. Doctors offered me advice on dealing with my skin problems, and some of you even included pictures of your own glowing faces!

Now I’m sharing some of the best tips here. Enjoy! Britt Aboutaleb, editor-in-chief

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I wanted to pass on my blackhead remedy: Paula's Choice 2% BHA Liquid. You can even buy it in a sample size for $10 to try it out. It's amazing. I apply it to my oily T-zone with a cotton pad, and gosh, it's amazing!! —Emily

My mantra is that if you only do ONE thing for your face, start with and use a great cleanser twice a day. —Matthew

My school/work has a gym and I work out on my lunch break. To calm my beet-red face post-workout, I liberally spray Heritage Store Rosewater all over. —Caroline

Make Up For Ever Step 1 Skin Equalizer Hydrating Primer and Aquaphor blended with my base all year round seal in my products, create a barrier against the elements (winter), and make my makeup stick (in the summer). It works like a charm and gives a dewy look. —Emory

To remove my makeup, I use the Clinique Take the Day Off cleansing balm and wipe it off with Burt’s Bees facial towelettes, which is gentle on my skin. Afterwards, I wash my face with my Seacret mud soap. —Samantha

After I shower, I spray my face with Thayer's witch hazel. After it dries and I'm dressed, I apply Kiehl's Age Defender Moisturizer with a tiny drop of Kiehl's Skin Toning BB cream. —Will

I cleanse my skin with Origins Clean Energy Gentle Cleansing Oil. I pat my skin dry with a tissue, and while it's still damp, I apply a pea-size amount of pure rose oil. I then apply Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel Cream. —Gillian

Have more tips? Tweet us at @Racked! We’re always listening.

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Melania Trump Planned to Use the Office of First Lady to Sell You Stuff
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On Monday, news broke that Melania Trump planned to use her position as First Lady to launch a lifestyle brand. Today, shoppers everywhere are dying to know what the President’s wife might want to give us in exchange for our money.

As Mrs. Trump’s lawyers point out in her third defamation suit against the Mail Online, the former model had “the unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, as an extremely famous and well-known person… to launch a broad-based commercial brand in multiple product categories, each of which could have garnered multi-million dollar business relationships for a multi-year term during which plaintiff is one of the most photographed women in the world.”

When would that multi-year term be? Oh right, when she’s First Lady of the United States of America, a position once held by Eleanor Roosevelt! The brand would reportedly include (“among other things”) products like “apparel, accessories, shoes, jewelry, cosmetics, hair care, skin care, and fragrance.” That sounds great! If only we had specifics! My credit cards can’t max out themselves!

Wonder no more. Leaked, definitely real documents (and not jokes I made up) from the White House outline an exciting array of products that the brand, obviously called Youlania, hopes to offer.

All the products we imagine Melania Trump's lifestyle brand would sell >>
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What I Want Most From Stella McCartney’s New Men’s Collection

Stella McCartney Camp-Collar Striped Cotton-Poplin Shirt, $345

The shirt at the top of my shopping list right now has been a long time coming.

On September 13th, 1971, designer Stella McCartney was born to father Paul McCartney, Beatle and man who convinced guys to give Chelsea boots a shot. That worked out pretty well.

In 1987, she interned for legendary Savile Row tailor Edward Sexton (he made Paul’s suits for years).

In 2001, she launched her eponymous label and started making the type of cool, relaxed clothes that men want to wear, but for women.

Last year, she announced she was finally getting into menswear, and on November 10th, she debuted the damn thing.

The collection as a whole was inspired by the rebellious '60s, but the shirt that caught my eye is more fit for a bowling alley than a protest rally.

It’s this Camp-Collar Striped Cotton-Poplin Shirt ($345). The pink, grapefruit-y striped shirt looks like what a man working in a 1950s diner might wear to serve you a banana split, or a milkshake with two straws for you and a date. It also doesn’t hurt that “camp collars” — a collar without a band that’s meant to be worn open — have been popular among designers like Prada, Saint Laurent, Gucci, and Dries Van Noten. —Cam Wolf, menswear editor

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