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Sunday, November 11th, 2018

The cast of Rimmel’s #IWILLNOTBEDELETED campaign film on set with brand ambassador Rita Ora. (Photo: Business Wire)

Rimmel has launched its #IWILLNOTBEDELETED film, marking the start of Anti-Bullying Week 2018 and the beginning of parent company’s, Coty’s, ongoing commitment to tackle the prejudice and discrimination that stand in the way of self-expression. The emotive film features a number of young people who have had first hand experience of the negative effects of beauty cyberbullying. They are supported by Rimmel global brand ambassadors, Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne, sharing their own authentic stories of being on the receiving end of beauty cyberbullying.

The #IWILLNOTBEDELETED campaign will see Rimmel partner with the multi award-winning anti-cyberbullying non-profit organisation, The Cybersmile Foundation.  Rimmel will work with Cybersmile to tackle the societal issues that stop people of all ages from feeling unable to fully express themselves on social media due to fear of negative commentary or retribution.

Rimmel has also published a white paper – Beauty Cyberbullying – Expression Repression which highlights the global impact of beauty cyberbullying. The white paper spoke to over 11,000 women aged 16-25 and discovered that beauty cyberbullying is a growing global issue. Some of the facts it discovered include:

  • 1 in 4 women have experienced beauty cyberbullying
  • 46% of women who have experienced cyberbullying have self-harmed either through an eating disorder, substance abuse or physical self-harm
  • 57% of women who have experienced cyberbullying didn’t tell anyone and suffered in silence
  • 54 of women have bullying behaviour on their mind when they’re about to post something online
  • 32% have closed a social media account and 22% have deleted an image due to cyberbullying
  • 115 million images are deleted each year as a result of cyberbullying


Thursday, November 1st, 2018

Colorado native Taylor Hill will open this yearís show. Courtesy of Victoriaís Secret.

2018’s “The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special,” showcasing an all-star lineup of musical guests, including Bebe Rexha, The Chainsmokers, Halsey, Kelsea Ballerini, Rita Ora, Shawn Mendes and The Struts, will air Sunday, December 2nd (10-11 pm EST) on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.   The world’s biggest fashion event returns to New York City after recent productions in London, Paris and Shanghai. It will be seen in more than 190 countries after its broadcast premiere on ABC.

Joining Victoria’s Secret Angels Adriana Lima, Behati Prinsloo (back after a three-year hiatus), Candice Swanepoel, Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, Josephine Skriver, Lais Ribeiro, Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd, Sara Sampaio, Stella Maxwell and Taylor Hill will be internationally known sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid, and Kendall Jenner.  The holiday special also will showcase Victoria’s Secret’s newest designer collaboration with Mary Katrantzou, the London-based “Queen of Prints.” Her chic, feminine designs will be featured on the runway in a section of “The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special.”

“Only one show brings together the biggest names in music and the top models around the globe for an exciting hour of entertainment and style,” said Rob Mills, senior vice president, Alternative Series, Late Night & Specials, ABC. “We couldn’t be happier to work with this iconic brand and bring The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show to ABC.”


Thursday, October 11th, 2018

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With nearly half of Americans reporting they are unable get enough sleep, it is no surprise that 83% of adults consume caffeinated products daily.  Their dominant source of caffeine for these users is coffee. However, some drinkers notice undesirable side-effects with their favorite morning drink.  Why?  Beauty Undercover reached out to Beverly Hills Concierge Doctor Ehsan Ali, MD, whose patients include Justin Bieber, Liam Hemsworth, and Rita Ora, for his thoughts.

Does coffee effect one’s mood?   “Coffee is a stimulant, which typically elevates your mood, making you feel good,” shares Dr. Ali. “However, with some patients, overstimulation of the nervous system can cause a boost in adrenaline, leading to anxiety.”

Does a regular coffee habit affect sleep habits over time?  “Regular caffeine users can develop tolerance over time, so though it might not immediately affect your sleep, you will find yourself needing more and more cups,” cautions Dr. Ali.  However, he acknowledges that some patients remain sensitive to caffeine and regular use can cause insomnia.

Why does coffee make some people’s stomach hurt?   “For the same reason it boosts adrenaline, coffee’s stimulant effect causes the stomach to contract and squeeze,” explains Dr. Ali. “In large amounts, this can cause stomach pain. Also, coffee increases the acidity in stomach, which can be painful for those with acid reflux.”

Is there a way to drink coffee that’s easier on the stomach?  The good doctor has some strategies, “Drinking it very slowly – and with small sips – can make it easier on your stomach. Taking an antacid prior may also help.”  He also offers some substitutes.  “Tea, especially green tea, is much milder and less likely to cause stomach issues.”  Matcha lovers, rejoice!