3 Sports Bras for Big Boobs That Actually Work

August 16, 2018

Is going out for a run, getting into a downward dog, or doing burpees, jumping jacks, and box jumps a pain in the chest? That uncomfortable bouncing is a sign that your sports bra is not supportive enough—something that can not only hold you back during your workout, but can also be bad for your boobs. Without good support, breasts move up and down during a workout, which overtime can…

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Can An Heiress Be Self-Made? Paris Hilton Thinks So

August 14, 2018

Welcome to Refinery29’s weeklong exploration of women and greed in an era of enormous wealth inequality. Where does need end and greed begin? Read on. Last month, Paris Hilton found herself in a familiar position, standing in front of a crowd of goading paparazzi decked out in bejeweled sunglasses and a shiny silver mini dress. But the conversation they were having was certainly not familiar to those who may think…

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This $30 Bluetooth speaker was originally intended for use during extreme sports, but it’s actually perfect for showers

August 11, 2018

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Braven My bathroom is a mostly tech-free zone, but I make an exception for my Braven 105 Bluetooth Speaker, which is attached to my showerhead. The speaker is waterproof, so it still works perfectly despite getting splashed on a nearly daily basis. It’s small enough…

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Life On The Edge With Jimmy Chin

August 9, 2018

Conrad Anker, Bugaboos, British Columbia, Canada. When someone talks about Jimmy Chin hanging around, it’s usually in reference to him on some dizzying cliff, camera in hand. And that’s exactly where the Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based photographer, filmmaker and mountain sports athlete wants to be. At the dawn of the 21st century, his ability to capture extraordinary imagery while climbing and skiing in extremely high-risk environments came to the attention of…

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The Pipeline: The Snapchat Spectacles Engineer Who Embraces Failure

July 28, 2018

Refinery29 is proud to present The Pipeline , our monthly commitment to highlighting young women who aren’t just making it in Silicon Valley — they’re thriving. This is your chance to hear the stories of the product designers, researchers, and engineers who are driving innovation and setting the stage for generations to come. These are the future faces of tech. Andrea Ashwood is used to receiving — and usually passing…

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Celebs Have Been Loving This Easy, Breezy Braid Trend All Summer

July 22, 2018

Aside from a production like the Met Gala, or the elaborate glam common for an award show like the Oscars, it seems like celebrities are taking it easier and easier when it comes to beauty this summer. Jhené Aiko, Zendaya, and Rihanna are among the stars who are so chill, they even do their own makeup and hair touchups for events and shows. With these lax vibes, it’s only right…

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You should avoid the keto diet if you’re pregnant — here’s why

July 19, 2018

Shutterstock The ketogenic diet focuses on high-fat, low carb consumption.  It allows people to indulge in fish, meat, eggs, and cheese, and has them avoid sugar and carbs.  Dr. Charles Seltzer, a nutritionist based in Philadelphia, told INSIDER the diet is not only unsustainable, but also not going to help most people keep weight off. He particularly warns against pregnant women trying the keto diet as it restricts nutrient-rich foods like…

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9 lucrative credit card bonuses you can get when opening a new card in July — including deals for up to 100,000 points

July 18, 2018

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider and The Points Guy Affiliate Network receive a commission from card issuers if you apply through these links and are approved. Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Earning new member bonuses is the fastest way to earn credit card points and frequent flyer miles. You can use points from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or the Platinum Card® from American Express for virtually free travel, upgrades,…

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I ate a 17-course tasting menu at one of the world’s best restaurants — here’s what it was like

July 17, 2018

Lima is a gorgeous city. It sits along the western coast of Peru, its beaches kissed by the Pacific Ocean. It’s no surprise that Lima is known for ceviche — a dish that consists of fresh, raw seafood that’s cured in citrus juice, mixed with raw red onion, and bolstered by aji chilies (a spicy pepper similar to a Fresno chili). It’s a dish that brings together much of what defines Peruvian…

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Here’s how clowns became so terrifying in modern American culture

July 16, 2018

Brooke Palmer/Warner Bros. Clowns weren’t always the terrifying subjects of many horror movies, but the American idea of clowns as happy is not historically true either. They were complicated and often subversive figures, tracing back to the theatrical characters of 16th century Italy.  Well into the 20th century, clowns weren’t evil or terrifying, but they weren’t simply good or happy either. Bozo the Clown and Ronald McDonald appeared on TV in the 50s and 60s,…

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