Hautelinks: Beach Vacay Reads, Hot New Skincare Products, How to Get Water Wave Hair, & More

Here’s what we’re reading on the internet right now.

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Fashionista explains everything you need to know about the FABRIC act, the first Federal fashion bill, meant to protect garment workers from unfair working conditions and incentivize businesses to bring production back to the USA.

Oooh, in love with the MAC x Stranger Things collection that just dropped! (And can’t wait for the new season!)

And speaking of makeup, if you love Euphoria’s makeup looks, you need to check out the new brand from Euphoria makeup artist Donny Davy.

25 Great Books to Read on a Beach Vacation, from The Stripe. Adding all of these to my Goodreads list!

Need some new summer clothes on a budget? According to The Budget Babe, you might want to check out Walmart. I never think to shop there for clothes but these outfits are so cute!

If you’re wanting to switch up your skincare routine, here are all the hottest new skincare products launching this month.

Mane Addicts shows you how to get those trendy “water waves” that have been everywhere this year. They’re so perfect for summer!

Spent a little too much time in the sun this weekend? Here are some remedies that actually make a sunburn worse (and what to do instead).

Corporette shares the best vegan shoes for work. Cute and animal-friendly? Sign me up.

If you want to splurge and get your hair done by the best of the best, here are the top hair salons in 10 different US cities, from Mane Addicts.

WhoWhatWear has a perfect (affordable!) summer capsule wardrobe for all those cool-girl vibes.

Planning on upgrading your iPhone soon and want to trade your old one in? Do it ASAP before June! (Lifehacker explains why.)

17 thoughts on “Hautelinks: Beach Vacay Reads, Hot New Skincare Products, How to Get Water Wave Hair, & More”

  1. very disheartening to see you guys posting and praising about something that would give JK Rowling money when she is transphobic.

    • I think it’s more complicated than that. I don’t agree with any of JK’s transphobic rhetoric and don’t want to support anyone who is anti-trans, but the article explains that it’s not clear if she would even be involved. The TV and movie companies already bought the rights from her — so to me at least, it’s unclear if she’d directly benefit at this stage.

      • Even if she isn’t involved, it’s her intellectual property and she therefore profits off of it. It’s really not that complicated. It’s actually fairly easy to look into how much she gets with the rights being sold. She profits off of any media as well as the theme parks.

        • That’s disappointing; if they can’t find a way to divorce her from this, I definitely won’t be tuning in. Related, now Twitter is saying there never was any series in development so we likely won’t get to that point.

  2. Your text is a bit misleading– Nia Dacosta will be the first Black woman to direct a Marvel movie, but not the first woman. Please don’t erase the strides women like Chloe Zhao, Cate Shortland, and Anna Boden have made 🙂

  3. Addison Rae is currently trying to steal from a smaller designer – who she’d previously worn merch from – for her beauty company so no one should be excited for it.

  4. Kamala Harris is Black AND South Asian-American. So there are TWO major firsts. Her mother is Indian, and her father is Jamaican.

  5. I love this week’s recommendations! I was nervous about the “ideal woman” one, but it was actually an uplifting read.

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