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WATCH: Kris Bernal distressed over damaged cosmetics shipped abroad

Actress and entrepreneur Kris Bernal felt deeply frustrated when she learned that her line of cosmetics shipped to the United Kingdom got damaged.

Bernal, who owns a makeup line called SHE Cosmetics, explained what happened when she shipped her products abroad in a YouTube vlog episode last Monday, Jan. 11.

“Paano ko pinapadala o paano ko tsini-check na walang damage ‘yung ipapadala ko sa inyo? Sealed po siya here on top,” she assured, showing a product sample and its packaging. “So, bago po ako magpadala ng items ay tsini-check ko po isa-isa. And then I check everything – buo, walang tunaw, walang sira, walang sign of any damage.”

(How do I ship it or how do I check for damage those that I ship it to you? It’s sealed on top. So before I send the items, I check them one by one. And then I check everything – fully,

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One to watch! Meet the Carlow native on the global fashion radar

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If your first-ever campaign is for one of the biggest fashion designers in the world, shot by a truly iconic photographer and featuring a huge roster of international talent, including fashion royalty like Kate Moss’s daughter Lila Grace and modern muses like Alek Wek, it’s safe to say that you’ve firmly arrived on the fashion scene.

24-year-old Carlow native Nathali Turner is truly one-to-watch. The fashion model, who is also a graphic design graduate, burst on to the international fashion scene last summer when she starred in Marc Jacobs’ latest fragrance campaign.

Born in Nigeria, she moved to Limerick at the age of 11, where she was subjected to racial abuse growing up.

It’s fitting that Nathali’s first fashion campaign celebrated individuality, self-love and authenticity because modelling has helped her in her journey to self-acceptance.

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Fashion, and modelling,

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18 Online Shopping Traps and Scams To Watch Out For

Online shopping can help you save money and access a wide variety of products, but there are downsides, too. Hackers and other online criminals are constantly trying to scam shoppers by offering fake deals and discounts. In fact, according to a recent Better Business Bureau Scam Tracker report, online purchase scams are the second-riskiest type of fraud after employment scams.

Although shopping online doesn’t always result in identity theft, there are other risks, too. You might lose money, get a bogus product or not get anything at all — and you might even be convinced to spend more than you planned to.

By knowing the most common scams and traps that online shoppers encounter, you can set your finances up for a better future.

Last updated: April 7, 2020

Requests To Pay With Wire Transfers

Sound the alarm if a retailer asks you for a wire transfer, a money

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