CLICK #1: The Will & Grace trailer is here for the upcoming revival season coming to NBC this fall!
Check it out!
Here is the trailer for "Will & Grace" coming back to NBC this Fall. pic.twitter.com/TXStztCEFF— Sean Hayes (@SeanHayes) May 15, 2017
CLICK #2: People Are Marrying Themselves. It's Called 'Sologamy.'
It's not always easy to find someone you want to spend the rest of your life with, so you should just stop looking...and marry yourself. That's what a growing number of "sologamists" are doing. They are having ceremonies where they are making a commitment to THEMSELVES.
37-year old Erika Anderson is one of them. “I would describe it as women saying yes to themselves,” Anderson said. “It means that we are enough, even if we are not partnered with someone else."
Check out Erika's video below.
Self-marriage—or sologamy—is growing. Now, the movement has gone global and companies are trying to capitalize. IMarriedMe.com offers sologamy ceremony kits, which includes a wedding band, daily affirmation cards and vows.
Sologamy: People Who Marry Themselves pic.twitter.com/QMjXONbvZD— What's Trending (@WhatsTrending) May 16, 2017
CLICK #3: BEAUTY: Yes, Eyebrow Wigs Are a Thing Now.
Not everyone is born with good eyebrows. And because the big, full brow trend isn’t going away anytime soon, there are lots of options to help create the eyebrows of your dreams. Microblading is the “gold standard” for getting the arches you’re after, but not everyone wants to try the semi-permanent tattoo.
Some people are turning to eyebrow wigs - which are exactly what they sound like. They stick onto your face with eyelash glue or other adhesives and can look incredibly realistic. Apparently, cancer survivors and people with hair loss have been using them to boost their eyebrows.