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Welcome to the Racked Reads newsletter! Every Sunday, we’ll share Racked’s best features from the week that was, as well as some non-Racked things we read and think you will like.

This week, the internet waded into a war about the efficacy of skincare. We here at Racked are big believers in the value of skincare — not just because it’s fun and feels good to take care yourself, but also because there is actual science that proves that skincare is effective. For more, you should absolutely read our beauty reporter Cheryl Wischhover's take on why skincare is good and actually works. And then feel free to treat yourself to a luxurious face mask while you enjoy the rest of your Sunday. Nisha Chittal, engagement editor

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Some of the features, investigations, and longform journalism we published this week.

A beautiful longform piece about the prudish, shaming history of maternity clothes — and the author’s personal struggles with deciding what to wear while pregnant.

Racked is a sports site now! JK, but we do have several great stories this week about how fashion and beauty intersect with sports, such as:

In other Racked stories this week: Why are there so many bra ads on your Instagram feed, anyways? We investigated.

How a tattooed flight attendant shops.

The real reason why NASA created makeup kits for female astronauts — it’s not as retrograde as it may seem.

What it takes to make good boxing gloves for women. (Hint: They can’t just be smaller and pink.)

Why Courtney Love’s 1997 Versace makeover felt like betrayal to a young Hole and Nirvana fan.

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A few of our favorite fashion and beauty reads this week from around the internet, curated by Racked editors.

A delightful Quartz obsession this week on the history of wearing black. (Quartz)

What it was really like to go to Goop’s “In Goop Health” summit. (Jezebel)  

Sales of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty, which is only months old, are on track to outstrip Kylie Cosmetics and KKW Beauty. (WWD)

What effect do Amazon’s growing warehouses have on the often struggling cities they swoop into? (The Atlantic)

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