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Ok Cupid became less of a hookup app and more of a—ew—relationship app.
Ok Cupid is no longer for one-night stands, thus the chance of instant sex is rare.
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I asked Sarah if having Hot Girl hair takes this much work every day. If you’re like me and you love showering, this might be hard, but it’s worth it if you want that Hot Girl look. She achieved my waves by following a simple formula.
“Those are two very different looks.” Luckily, she took pity on me and started pulling out products, preparing her weapons for the battle of my face.
I was expecting to have my face covered in hundreds of products.
But Di Sarro actually skipped the eyeliner pen entirely, instead outlining my eyes with the same soft shade she used on my eyelids. You don't want your lipstick to come off on every can of Mountain Dew.
I was led to a back room and introduced to MAC Regional Media Artist Ashley Di Sarro.
When Di Sarro asked me what look I was interested in, I replied, “I don’t know, Kylie and Kendall Kardashian.” She frowned.
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