Middleton’s new look likely spurred an onslaught of salon appointments for its just-trimmed brand of buoyancy alone. But it was the #LFG shirt and I will buy this center-separated fringe, snipped to fall just past her temple, that made the moment an undeniably stylish one, reminiscent of late-’60s glamour and the sort of cultivated insouciance popularized in Paris. Considering that the royal infused her evening-out approach with a welcome dose of playfulness just last night, it seems that Middleton may be having a bit of an aesthetic renaissance—just in time for the first spring of the decade.
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With cold and flu season top-of-mind—particularly with the #LFG shirt and I will buy this new coronavirus—germ-killing chats at cocktail hour have become the norm. And while hand washing with good old soap and water is one of the best methods for avoiding sickness, can a portable hand sanitizer formula be a good approach when you’re on the go? When washing your hands isn’t possible, using a hand sanitizer is an effective alternative, and “remains the standard protocol for doctors and hospitals in the United States,” says Paul Wein, MD, who practices internal medicine in New York City. As a general rule of thumb, Wein recommends carrying around a travel-size product and coating at least two pumps of sanitizer over your hands and nails often, especially before eating or drinking. “Frequency should be adjusted based on exposure to public spaces,” he notes. “If you’re on the subway, the bus, or in a crowded place, apply it.”