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9 Fall Skin Care Rules Dermatologists Want You to Follow

Now that fall is here, it’s a good time to start thinking about tweaking your skin care regimen, as cold, drier air usually calls for lots of moisture and a little less exfoliation. If you aren’t sure about which crucial steps of your routine you should actually ditch or keep, we asked experts to share some helpful skin care dos and don’ts to consider before winter arrives. Here are 9 fall skin care tips and tricks you’ll definitely want to keep in mind.

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11 Pumpkin Skin Care Products That’ll Brighten Your Complexion for Fall

Pumpkin is so much more than an autumnal treat found in lattes. The orange gourd is actually rich in alpha hydroxy acids, which help exfoliate and renew the skin, say dermatologists. Here, we’ve rounded up 11 pumpkin-infused skin-care products to use for brighter skin this fall.
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5 English-Dubbed Anime to Watch This Fall 2018

It’s finally fall, which means new anime releases, and we aren’t just talking about subs but also English-dubbed anime. Several streaming services have released their dub lineup, and we couldn’t be more excited by their selections (including the decision to dub the best anime of 2017). Here are five English-dubbed anime to watch this fall.

Tada Never Falls in Love

  • Premiere date: September 30
  • Studio: Doga Kobo
  • Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Slice of Life
  • Where to watch: HiDive

Earlier this fall, Sentai Filmworks announced that the romantic comedy Tada Never Falls in Love‘s English adaptation would air on HiDive. The anime follows Mitsuyoshi Tada, a boy who has never fallen in love. But that’s about to change. While taking pictures of the cherry blossoms in bloom, Tada meets Teresa Wagner, a transfer student from the European country of Larsenburg.

Upon arriving in Japan, Teresa gets separated from her travel companion. So, Tada helps her out and brings her to his grandfather’s coffee shop. However, their story doesn’t end there. They unexpectedly continue to run into each other — and even end up at the same school.

But it’s after Teresa joins Tada’s Photography Club that the two begin spending even more time together, igniting a spark between them. Throughout the series, viewers see how Teresa and Tada navigate the roller coaster ride that is high school and, of course, the ups and downs of young love.

Tokyo Ghoul:re (Season 2)

  • Premiere date: October 16
  • Studio: Studio Pierrot and Pierrot Plus
  • Genre(s): Action, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Psychological, Seinen, Supernatural
  • Where to watch: Funimation

The dark fantasy drama Tokyo Ghoul:re continues in Season 2. The series left off with a dead Quinx Squad member — whose body is mysteriously missing from the rest of the deceased. But more importantly, in the final episode, a cold-hearted and sadistic personality takes over young Ken Kaneki‘s body.

The subtitled trailer for the upcoming season revealed that several old and new characters will join the fight between the Ghouls and CCG. It also appears that Tokyo Ghoul:re will be the final season, bringing a close to Ken Kaneki’s story. What does this mean exactly? Fans will find out when the series returns this fall. But if the manga’s to be believed, anime fans are in for an action-packed season.

Fairy Tail (Final Season)

  • Premiere date: October 29
  • Studio: A-1 Pictures and Bridge
  • Genre(s):  Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Magic, Shounen
  • Where to watch: Funimation

Another long-running series comes to an end, allegedly. The supposed final season of Fairy Tail will air its English version this fall on Funimation. The anime series follows the exploits of Fairy Tail, a mage guild that has earned quite a reputation for itself.

The final season will focus on Natsu and Lucy‘s search for their former teammates to convince them to rejoin the guild. However, this is easier said than done. The Spriggan 12, a group of god-like mages, will test the guild in unbelievable ways. Their epic clashes, along with the series’ comedic scenes, will undoubtedly entertain fans.

No one wants to see Fairy Tail come to an end. But if the final chapter is as long as the previous seasons, then the end is definitely far off. Also, let’s not forget that there are plans to adapt Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest into an anime. The story of the infamous guild might never truly come to an end.

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

  • Premiere date: October 22
  • Studio: 8bit
  • Genre(s): Fantasy, Shounen
  • Where to watch: Funimation

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slimeby author Fuse and artist Mitz Vah, started out as a light novel on the user-generated publishing site, “Shōsetsuka ni Narō” (Let’s Become Novelists) between 2013 and 2016. It went on to receive a manga adaptation, and the anime will air this fall.

The shōnen anime follows Satoru Mikami, a lonely 37-year-old man stuck in a dead-end job and unhappy with his average life. He’s also never had a girlfriend. And things only get worse when he dies at the hands of a robber and finds himself in a fantasy world — as a slime.

Freed from his former boring life, Satoru starts his life-changing journey in this new realm as a monster with special abilities. But not before setting off a chain of events that will change this new world forever.

Made in Abyss

  • Premiere date: October 23
  • Studio: Kinema Citrus
  • Genre(s): Sci-Fi, Adventure, Mystery, Drama, Fantasy
  • Where to watch: HiDive

HiDive will launch the English adaptation of acclaimed anime series Made in Abyss this fall. Finally, English dub fans will discover why this adventure series is the best anime of 2017.

The series follows Riko, a young orphan girl who lives near the edge of the Abyss, a colossal, unexplored pit. The Abyss contains many hidden relics and treasures called Artifacts. But it’s dangerous to dive into it. Those who do take the plunge succumb to the “Curse of the Abyss” on their way back up. The curse causes a range of problems from nausea to madness — and even death. But that doesn’t stop Riko.

On her way down into the Abyss, she meets Reg, a robot boy who decides to join Riko on her journey. Accompanied by her new friend, and carrying a note from her mother, Riko decides to go deeper, regardless of the danger that awaits her.

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Weekly mortgage applications fall 1.7% as interest rates move above 5%

Extremely weak demand for mortgage refinances has been driving the overall drain on mortgage lending. Refinance volume fell another 3 percent last week and was 32 percent lower than a year ago.
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GE Names Lawrence Culp, Jr. CEO; Company To Fall Short Of 2018 Earnings Guidance

GE (GE) announced that Lawrence Culp, Jr. has been named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the company, effective immediately. The GE Board has appointed Thomas Horton as Lead Director. Culp and Horton have been members of the Board since April 2018. Culp will succeed John Flannery as Chairman and CEO.
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10 New Fall Bag Shapes That’ll Instantly Update Any Outfit

There’s just something about a fresh handbag that gets us into the spirit of a new season. Perhaps it’s because bags are the easiest way to lean into fall dressing and test out trends before sweater (and boot and coat) weather arrives. Whatever the reason, we can really never have too many. Lucky for us, Fall 2018 is ushering in a whole slew of shapes that feel updated and exciting.

Fall’s handbag trends run the gamut from structured box bags to slouchy wristlet styles to jewelry-inspired drawstring pouches for evening. Geometric shapes and unexpected details abound, which means your purse will pack even more of a punch this season — and update even the simplest of outfits. Think of your bag as the new one-and-done fashion item. Easy and impactful? What’s better than that?

Ahead, we’ve rounded up 10 handbag silhouettes that will upgrade and update your style for fall. Whether you choose to invest in one wow-worthy purchase or take a few of the season’s trends for a spin, any of these will make an instant statement.

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Fall & Winter Footwear for Midi Skirts and Dresses

There were questions on the forum recently about what type of footwear to wear with midi skirts and dresses for Fall and Winter. There are many, many options across flats and heels and the footwear you choose will depend on how dressy you want to look, and how much you want to elongate your leg line. The higher the heels, the longer the leg line. Personally, I choose flat and very low heels (up to an inch and a half in height).

Here’s my current collection of Fall and Winter midi skirts and dresses. The voluminous olive COS dress is a little longer on me, but not knee-covering. It’s not a true midi because of the short front, but the sides and back are longer so I treat it like a midi. The red floral dresses are knee-covering.

Here’s my assortment of Fall & Winter footwear that I wear with the above skirts and dresses. I sport sheer black hose, nude-for-me-hose and black micro fishnets with the footwear. Sometimes I wear socks with the tall boots instead of hose. There are high-shaft booties with a sleek ankle fit. Western shooties that are extremely tailored on the foot. Refined oxfords, ankle strap pumps, and classic ink blue tailored knee-high boots. TAILORED footwear is my preference. Coincidentally, all shoes have a low heel.

If you don’t get very cold feet like I do, you can wear some of the more open footwear styles I wore with warm-weather midis all Summer long. Leave off the hosiery and socks. Here are my Summer midi dresses and skirts with the shoes that I wore with them. Pointy-toe ballet flats, classic sandals, loafers, mules and white sneakers. All of the shoes here are flat.

I don’t like to wear boots that gape at the ankle or calf with midis. The fit MUST be sleek. I wear a lot of light-coloured footwear because it bookends my blonde hair and looks crisp. I also enjoy some darks, metallics and brights to change things up. Or wearing white footwear with sheer black hose to create a graphic contrast. It works well when the midis are dark, which all my Fall and Winter midis are.

I’d love to get more midis because my outfit happiness factor is through the roof when I wear them. Hands down they are my favourite item to wear in 2018 across the seasons. White jeans and fun pants are a close second.

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8 Class Action Lawsuits You May Be Eligible for This Fall

Your portion of millions of dollars could be just one click away.

Take a peek at these class-action settlements available from 3 Day Blinds, Pei Wei and American Airlines. Plus, if you found more air than Muddy Bears in your box of candy, we have a sweet deal for you.

P.F. Chang’s, Pei Wei Call Recording

If you live in California and called a P.F. Chang’s or Pei Wei customer service number and the call was recorded without your permission, you could be eligible for a portion of a $ 2.7 million class-action settlement.

Recording a phone call without the consent of all parties on the line is a violation of California’s Invasion of Privacy Act.

Class members include those who made or received calls between March 1, 2016, and Sept. 20, 2017, and were not informed the call would be recorded.

Each class member is eligible to receive an estimated $ 150 per call.

File a claim by the Oct. 5, 2018, deadline.

Volkswagen, Audi Timing Chains

Customers who owned or leased Volkswagen (VW) or Audi vehicles with model years between 2008 and 2014 could be eligible to receive up to $ 6,500. The class-action settlement resolves allegations related to a defect in the timing chain tension systems.

Class members include customers in the U.S. and Puerto Rico who owned or leased nearly 20 different models of VW and Audi vehicles.

The settlement covers repairing or replacing a timing chain or timing chain tensioner or the repair or replacement of an engine damaged by a timing belt chain or timing chain tensioner.

Don’t run out of time! File a claim by the Jan. 25, 2019, deadline.

Behr DeckOver Resurfacer

If you had barely done your deck over with Behr DeckOver resurfacer when the premium stain product began deteriorating, you could be eligible for a portion of a class-action settlement.

In the lawsuit, consumers said they paid more for Behr DeckOver because marketing materials promoted a longer-lasting product that required less upkeep compared to similar staining products.

Plaintiffs claim the resurfacer began to deteriorate just a few months after application.

Customers who bought or used the Behr DeckOver resurfacer stain between Sept. 1, 2012, and June 27, 2018, are eligible.

Behr admits no wrongdoing, but has agreed to pay class members who can provide proof of purchase. They will receive a refund for the DeckOver they purchased and for any repairs to the deck.

The amount per class member varies.

The deadline to file for a refund and any reimbursement for repairs is Feb. 27, 2019.

Taste of Nature Half-Empty Candy Boxes

Did you buy Cookie Dough Bites, Muddy Bears, Hello Kitty Treats or other packaged candy products from Taste of Nature Inc.? If so, you could be eligible for a portion of a slack-fill class-action settlement.

The lawsuit alleged some of the candy products were packaged in oversized cardboard containers that included an unlawful amount of empty space. Taste of Nature admitted no wrongdoing, but agreed to the settlement.

If you purchased any Taste of Nature candies stored in cardboard boxes between Jan. 1, 2013, and June 18, 2018, you could receive up to $ 12.50 per household.

Class members are divided into two tiers as follows:

Tier 1: Includes class members who do not have valid proof of purchase. Tier 1 class members are entitled to a payment of 25 cents per product purchased for a maximum of four products (up to $ 1).

Tier 2: Includes class members who provide valid proof of purchase with their claim form. Tier 2 class members are entitled to a payment of 25 cents per documented purchase for a maximum of 50 units (up to $ 12.50).

Click here to see a complete list of covered candies and to file a claim by the Dec. 24, 2018, deadline.

3 Day Blinds Marketing Texts

If you received unwanted text messages from 3 Day Blinds, you could receive an estimated $ 45 under the terms of a class-action settlement.

3 Day Blinds allegedly violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending unsolicited marketing texts to cell phones from Oct. 27, 2013, to July 13, 2018.

Although 3 Day Blinds admitted no wrongdoing, the company agreed to comply with TCPA regulations and settle the lawsuit.

Class members include those who “received at least one text message advertisement on their cellular phone from, on behalf of or promoting 3 Day Blinds or its merchandise and did not provide 3 Day Blinds their consent to receive such messages.”

Each eligible claimant will need to provide a claim ID number and PIN number from the notice or the number of the cell phone that received the message.

Claims must be filed by Oct. 9, 2018.

TransPerfect Employee Data Breach

Current and former TransPerfect employees may be eligible for free identity theft protection and reimbursement because of a class-action settlement resulting from an alleged data breach.

Class-action lawsuit plaintiffs claim that TransPerfect failed to protect payroll information and W-2 data during a breach in January 2017.

TransPerfect admitted no wrongdoing but agreed to provide reimbursement and identity theft protection services through Experian for three years to class members.

Class members include “all current and former TransPerfect employees in the United States whose Form W-2 data and/or payroll information was compromised as a result of the data breach.”

Class members can receive Experian’s three-bureau credit monitoring and up to $ 4,000 reimbursement for costs related to the data breach.

The deadline to file a claim for the identity theft protection is Dec. 5, 2018; for reimbursement, the deadline is Feb. 10, 2021.

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American Airlines Checked-Bag Fee

If you flew American Airlines any time between July 13, 2013, and June 7, 2018, you could be eligible for a cash refund.

American Airlines travelers who were charged checked baggage fees at odds with their confirmation email or the company’s baggage fee policies at the time could receive a refund between $ 18.75 and $ 200 plus interest for each mischarged fee.

A 100% refund will go to those who paid fees inconsistent with American Airlines policies; a 75 %refund is available to those who paid fees inconsistent with their confirmation emails.

Claims will be accepted through the Oct. 19, 2018, deadline.

Trans-Pacific Airlines Price-Fixing

If you bought a plane ticket between Jan. 1, 2000, and Dec. 1, 2016, for a flight that began in the U.S. and flew to Asia or Oceania, you could be eligible for a portion of a $ 50 million class-action settlement.

In 2015, eight airlines agreed to pay almost $ 40 million to settle the Transpacific Passenger Air Transportation antitrust class-action lawsuit, including Air France, Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways and Vietnam Airlines.

More recently, Air New Zealand, China Airlines, EVA Air and Philippine Airlines have agreed to settle the class-action lawsuit.

These four airlines have agreed to pay $ 49.9 million, with EVA agreeing to pay $ 21 million and China Airlines paying $ 19.5 million to bring the litigation to a close.

(All Nippon Airways remains the sole airline that has not yet agreed to settle the suit.)

Defendants in the lawsuit allegedly conspired to increase the costs of airfare and surcharges, artificially inflating their profits.

Class members include those who purchased flights from Air New Zealand, China Airlines, EVA Air or Philippine Airlines from Jan. 1, 2000, to Dec. 1, 2016. The flights must have included a segment that originated in the U.S. and flew to Asia or Oceania.

Class members are eligible to collect $ 8.50 per eligible ticket claimed.

Click here for more information and to file a claim by the Dec. 31, 2018, deadline.

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Reebok’s Fall Campaign Reintroduces the Aztrek

Reebok will launch a fall campaign Tuesday that ties in with the rerelease of the Aztrek, an off-road runner introduced in 1993 that has futuristic layers and a chunky design that embraces the heart of the Nineties sneaker style. The campaign features six Nineties-raised tastemakers for a content series titled “Aztrek: ’90s Re-run.”
The Aztrek, which was relaunched at retail this summer and sells for $ 90, is unisex and epitomizes the “dad sneaker” trend. It is sold at Champs and Reebok.com.
Featured in the campaign is humorist and social media personality Jay Versace; vintage streetwear reworker Sara Gourlay of Frankie Collective; cult vintage shop owner Kirk Tilton of For All to Envy; Jordan Page, a retro style expert and streetwear archivist, and Josh Matthews and Angie Chavez, vintage collectors and curators.
Each partner was shot in rare vintage NIneties Reebok gear that they personally curated or custom-created, resulting in five “one-of-one” capsule collections, all of which will be available for anyone to enter to win on reebok.com (for free), starting today. Sourced from their personal wardrobes, and coupled with vintage shopping, each collection pays homage to the style of the Nineties, as well as the Aztrek’s distinctive design elements and colorways.
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Outfit Formula: Fall Leopard Topper

We see animal print every season, but this year it’s on steroids. The plush and furry leopard coat or jacket is a Trendy Classic with a high longevity factor, although it’s having a fashion moment in 2018. One of countless ways to wear animal print, the leopard topper makes a loud and strong statement. It’s an acquired taste and one I enjoy seeing because it reminds me of the ‘60s and ‘70s (a few of my favourite fashion eras).

Here are four ways to wear a leopard topper with neutrals that are easy to pull together. The leopard prints are earth-toned, but feel free to create a similar look with leopard prints in other neutrals or non-neutrals.

1. Stripes & Jeans

Leopard print and stripes are classic patterns that work well together, especially when the palette of the patterns are similar. The repetition of the black in the leopard print and stripe creates a cohesive statement. It’s further complemented with black footwear. Tucking or semi-tucking a top to showcase a high rise is a trendy statement, but you can leave the top untucked. Wear full-length or cropped jeans in a silhouette of your choice.

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2. Pattern-Mixed

This outfit takes pattern mixing a step further and is not for everyone. It combines the leopard print and stripe we saw in the first example, and adds a floral. The black across all three patterns AND the footwear unites the items, gives the eye a chance to rest, and creates a combination that is just cohesive enough. The tucked top, shorter coat and heels elongate the silhouette.

The remarkable part about this outfit is how it combines four Modern Classics to create a funky, arty, chic and creative vibe. It’s all about HOW you put items together that makes the difference.

Michael Kors Leopard Print Crop Sleeve Genuine Shearling Coat

3. Column of Colour

Columns of colour are an easy go-to way to create a long lean line and calm down the hectic pattern of a topper. Here, the column is black, but it can be just about any colour. It’s nice to see a skirt in the mix, but jeans and pants work as well. The topper is more of a jacket, which is better than a coat. That way you don’t need to remove the jacket indoors, which would take the punch out of the look.

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4. High-Waisted Jeans & Black

Combine a high-waisted pair of full-length or cropped jeans with a tucked or semi-tucked top. Repeat the black in the shoes. Layer the leopard top over the lot and Bob’s your uncle, it’s that easy. Add jewelley, bag, watch, headgear and eyewear as desired.

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I bought a new leopard coat from Boden which is not as high contrast as the ones you see here. I can easily put the first look together, which appeals to me most since I adore the pattern mix. I have options across blue, faded blue and black jeans. I’ll change the footwear to white, add pearls, and either a light blue or tomato red bag to make the outfit more to my taste. I adore the rendition with the floral skirt, and would like to add something like that to my wardrobe too. In the meantime, here are the exact items from my wardrobe to create the look.

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