As the fashion and beauty guru of Seventeen , I literally get paid to test out the newest makeup and beauty products before they even drop yeah, I know, it's awesome. I've tried everything from powdered lipstick to foam foundation and, of course, every single product with Kylie Jenner's name on it. But at the end of the day, I still find myself in line at Sephora with the same trusty beauty buys I've been using for years — plus, one or two new favorites, obviously. So from me to you, here are my all-time favorite, ride-or-die beauty products that I have to have stocked at all times and that you should too. Ready your debit, because this list will change your life.
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New technology lets parents set controls for teen drivers - CBS News
Many parents fear letting their teenagers start to drive, and with good reason. Fatal auto crashes are the leading cause of death among Americans ages 15 to But new technology can help give parents some peace of mind by letting them set a limit on the car's speed and by tracking the location of their teenage driver on the road. Ford and General Motors have taken two different approaches. Ford's MyKey lets parents set the maximum speed of the car and limit the volume of the audio system. General Motors Family Link -- part of its OnStar service -- tracks the location of the car driven by a teenager and sends text messages to the parents if it is driven outside a stipulated area. Here is a closer look at these two systems.
13 Gift Basket Ideas for Teens
Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Being a teen girl is always a little complicated. And it's even more complicated this year, due to various global pandemic-related reasons that we don't need to get into.
Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. If so, they probably aren't a teenage boy. It's not exactly controversial to say that teen boys aren't known for being the most expressive of people. Because of this, people in their lives might be expected to predict their wants and needs, which makes things difficult—especially shopping for presents for said teen boys around the holiday season.