This artist creates stunning henna crowns for chemotherapy patients


Good deeds can be as beautiful in execution as they are in intention.

Seattle-based henna company Sarahenna offers their stunning body art to customers for a myriad of occasions. From bridal looks to adorned pregnant bellies, the company is committed to making their clients feel beautiful. 

Beyond the typical duties of a henna studio, Sarahenna is dedicated to helping others who may really be in need of a confidence boost — offering complimentary “henna crowns” to women who have experienced hair loss due to chemotherapy.

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‘The Bachelor’ just announced a ‘dramatic’ line of signature wines


Are you ready to accept this rosé?

The Bachelor is rolling out a signature collection of wines to hold fans over until new bachelor (and infamous former contestant) Nick Viall’s season airs on Jan. 2.

The product was announced on its brand new website:

“Announcing The Bachelor Wine Collection, your connection to the award-winning television phenomenon,” the site reads. “These amazing wines were created to capture the excitement, romance and incredible passion viewers have for The Bachelor and Bachelorette.

The site then goes on to appropriately describe the wines as “dramatic” (but are they the most dramatic yet?), and “crafted to take you on your own romantic journey as you experience every moment of love, every moment of heartbreak that is The Bachelor. Read more…

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Man calls out entire office with the perfect ugly Christmas sweater


Some people panic when they have nothing to wear, others get crafty.

Reddit user sojaminc didn’t know what to wear to his office’s holiday party, so he and his girlfriend worked together to create the ultimate DIY ugly Christmas sweater.

Check out the pair’s masterful handiwork below.

We’ve got to say, this has the potential to be the ugliest Christmas sweater we’ve ever seen.

(Just kidding.) Read more…

BONUS: Shoot your eye out in this 8-bit ‘A Christmas Story’ retelling

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Woman shuts down saleswoman who called her $130 engagement ring ‘pathetic’


When it comes to love, it’s not about the money.

Quinn and Ariel McRae dated for two years before tying the knot. But a saleswoman where the couple bought Ariel’s rings tried to put a damper on the festivities by calling the jewelry “pathetic.”

“My husband doesn’t have a lot, neither of us do,” McRae explained in a Facebook post about the encounter. “We scrape and scrape to pay bills and put food in our bellies, but after almost 2 years of dating we decided that we couldn’t wait anymore, so we didn’t.”

“I wasn’t even thinking about rings, I just wanted to marry my best friend,” she continued, “But he wouldn’t have it. He scraped up just enough money to buy me two matching rings from Pandora.” Read more…

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What models of diverse identities really think of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show


On Monday night, 51 of the industry’s most sought-after models strutted down the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show runway, touted as the most beautiful women in the world.

But who decides what makes them the most beautiful?

With so many gorgeous, diverse working models, it’s a wonder that every model on the 2016 Victoria’s Secret catwalk fits into one, classic mold of conventional beauty.

It’s time to call out Victoria’s Secret inclusivity problem. There are so many types of beautiful that deserve representation on the VS runway — curve, people with disabilities, transgender and gender non-conforming models who have worked tirelessly to redefine common beauty standards, and those efforts deserve recognition. Read more…

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Snowy hill proves to be every car’s worst nightmare


This might be the most slippery hill ever.

Filming outside her office in Montreal, Québec, YouTube user Samantha Dean caught footage of multiple cars crashing into each other after losing control on a snowy hill.

Even cars that try to stop at the top of the hill are met with an unfortunate sliding fate. Check out the multi-car pile-up above. Oof.

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When no one bought this mom’s crafts, Twitter stepped up to help


Sometimes you just need a little help from the internet. 

Martyn Hett, a 28-year-old from Manchester, England, saved his mother’s knitting business with a boost from the kind-hearted people of Twitter.

On Nov. 26, Hett tweeted a devastating picture that his mother, Figen Murray, sent him from a craft fair.

My mum has set up her own stall at a craft fair and has messaged me to say she hasn’t sold anything yet and my heart is breaking

— Martyn 🍭 (@martynhett) November 26, 2016

This wasn’t the first time Murray attempted to sell her products. Read more…

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Mysterious bread sponge is desperately trying to be ‘the dress’


Another day, another person trying to stir up as big a controversy as “the dress.”

Twitter user Craig Stone uploaded a photo posing a new, potentially polarizing question. 

We present to you a question: is this bread or a sponge?

Forget the gold or blue dress. I’ve just walked into my kitchen and found this. Is it a slice of bread or a sponge?

— craig stone (@craigstone_) November 28, 2016

The tweet’s responses reveal a viewership divided:

@craigstone_ sponge of course!

— Microbe Studio (@MicrobeStudio) December 2, 2016 Read more…

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Stephen Colbert takes on the horror of Trump’s mass-texting capabilities


Welp, this is really happening.

In case you’ve buried your computer and haven’t heard (which we understand), starting Jan. 20, 2017, President-elect Donald Trump can send unblockable mass-text messages to all Americans.

Last night, Stephen Colbert tackled the distressing news on The Late Show, and in true Colbert fashion, it’s hilarious.

“The only person I would trust less with that technology is Anthony Weiner,” he joked.

Listen to the rest of the lovable host’s thoughts above.

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Little girl struggles to read the word ‘who’ and still just can’t


All learning should take place in a supportive and non-judgemental environment, but sometimes kids are just too damn cute to take seriously.

Twitter user @Lexusxoxoxoxo shared an adorable video of her little sister learning to read, and really struggling over the word, “who.”

Though she definitely gets the ‘W’ sound, the little girl seems to have a little trouble keeping her vowels straight.

The budding reader hilariously substitutes the ‘o’ sound for ‘a(aaah)’ again and again.

We’re sure she got it eventually. Read more…

BONUS: Someone rigged Amazon Echo and Google Home to talk to each other and it’s hilarious

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