Why the Womanizer Vibrator Is the Best Sex Toy, According to Experts

For those who depend on clitoral stimulation to orgasm, the Womanizer is ideal. If you’ve noticed that it’s harder to achieve orgasm via partnered sex because you’re not experiencing enough clit stimulation, this toy targets that specific need. “These devices are really specific to clitoral stimulation. Clitoral stimulation during partner sex (if any!) may or may not be adequate to help get us to orgasm, and this toy really restores the focus to the clitoris,” Carol Queen, PhD, staff sexologist at Good Vibrations says.

Does the Womanizer feel like oral sex with touchless stimulation?

Some people say that the Womanizer mimics oral sex, but without all the drool. Gigi Engle, Womanizer’s resident sexologist and author of All The F*cking Mistakes: A Guide to Sex, Love, and Life says that it “basically stimulates oral sex, which is pretty dang mind-blowing. Some women have reported having orgasms in sixty seconds or less.”

The Womanizer is great for more sensitive clits because there’s less overstimulation.

Some of us may have experienced vibrator fatigue by this point. If you’ve been getting yourself off using a vibrator, the intense vibration can, at some point, become overpowering. With the Womanizer, on the other hand (pun intended), you won’t get that same aggressive friction, “which can be a deterrent from buying sex toys,” says Engle.  If you have an especially sensitive clit that gets overstimulated super easily, the Womanizer is a great option. “The Womanizer doesn’t directly touch the clit, it surrounds it. It gets lots of amazing stimulation without ever being ‘too much,’” Engle says. 

The Womanizer is said to help you orgasm more easily.

The majority of online reviews for The Womanizer claim that this toy helped them achieve orgasm without fail.“The Womanizer’s Pleasure Air Technology remains, to this day, my favorite suggestion for people who have had difficulty reaching orgasm with standard vibrators as well as for those with sensitive clitorises. I’ve actually had clients tell me that they’d finally achieved their first orgasm using the Womanizer as a gentler option to other toys,” Micki Allen, an advanced sexual health & pleasure educator, tells Glamour.

The reason why people found the Womanizer so, shall we say, efficient, is because of how the air pressure makes contact with your clitoris. Plus, different models of the Womanizer offer various enhancements and varieties in pressure. “Rhythmic puffs of air are the stimulation method, and this can be quite gentle—all the way to quite strong! There’s a good amount of variability and range in these toys, especially the more bells-and-whistles-enhanced versions. Any toy that is used primarily on the clitoris is liable to provide higher arousal and orgasm (except perhaps for those who just don’t enjoy clitoral focus—some don’t like genital intensity, others really like penetration the best—so for those, Womanizers won’t be the preferred toy),” says Queen.

Many say the Womanizer helps people experience multiple orgasms.

Many people with clits find that they can experience multiple orgasms, which is a dream come true for those who thought they were just a product of porn folklore (spoiler: they are not!). “The Womanizer offers clitoral stimulation without overstimulating, helping to deliver multiple orgasms! Your body will never get used to the sensation, helping you cum again and again,” says Angela Rosario, sex toy & relationship expert at TooTimid. Come on, that sounds amazing.

Demi Lovato Calls Naya Rivera’s Glee Character ‘Groundbreaking’ for ‘Closeted Queer Girls’

Demi Lovato paid tribute to her former Glee costar Naya Rivera in a touching Instagram post after Rivera was confirmed dead by officials in California on July 13 (five days after she went missing on Lake Piru). 

Lovato, who played a love interest for Rivera’s Santana Lopez in season five of the show, commented on the impact Rivera had on so many queer women. 

“R.I.P., Naya Rivera. I’ll forever cherish the opportunity to play your girlfriend on Glee,” Lovato wrote. “The character you played was groundbreaking for tons of closeted queer girls (like me at the time) and open queer girls, and your ambition and accomplishments were inspiring to Latina women all over the world. My heart goes out to your loved ones at this time.. ❤️🕊”

Across social media, fans echoed Demi Lovato’s sentiment and lauded Naya Rivera’s portrayal of Santana, a young woman who came to terms with her own sexuality over the course of the show’s run. 

“For queer women over 25, Naya was one of maybe three people we had for TV representation growing up,” one person tweeted. “I cannot convey how many lives, including my own, were completely changed and realized as a direct result of her talent and voice. RIP Naya, you will never be forgotten. Thank you.”

“I’m so saddened and disturbed by the news of Naya Rivera. Naya meant so much to so many queer women my age. Her character on Glee awakened a generation repressed. Thank you, Naya,” writer Jill Gutowitz posted. 

“One of the first queer characters I saw myself in, Miss Santana Lopez,” Ryan Jamaal Swain tweeted. “A QPOC on primetime television. Naya, thank you for handling her with car. What a force you are.” 

Others shared their own memories of Rivera’s portrayal of Santana and what it meant to their lives. 

Representation matters so much, and Rivera will continue to be deeply missed. But her impact will live on. 

Kate Middleton Says Prince Louis Is Struggling With This Social Distancing Rule

Kate Middleton gave a rare TV interview this morning (July 14) on BBC Breakfast to discuss her latest project: an online education initiative called Tiny Happy People. 

According to the Kensington Royal Instagram, “Tiny Happy People is a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children’s language from pregnancy to the age of four.”

But in the chat she also gave an update on how her three children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—have been doing this summer. Like many parents across the U.S. and the U.K., Middleton and Prince William have been spending more time at home as many schools and businesses have remained closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

They’ve also been abiding by social distancing guidelines, or at least they’ve been trying. It seems young Louis, who turned two in April, is struggling a bit—which is totally relatable to anyone who spends much time with toddlers. “Louis doesn’t understand social distancing. He goes out wanting to cuddle anything, particularly any babies younger than him,” Middleton said in the interview, according to People

This isn’t the first time young Louis has wreaked a wee bit of havoc on the royal household lately. The Cambridges revealed back in April that their youngest son had a tendency to hit the disconnect button during family video chats. “It gets a bit hectic, I’m not going to lie, with a two-year-old,” Middleton said, with Prince William adding, “For some reason, he sees the red button and always wants to press the red button.”

In another “royals, they’re just like us” moment, the duchess revealed how she feels about her role at home. “My children have bottomless pits. I feel like a constant feeding machine,” she said. 

Kate Middleton and Prince William have also gotten their children involved in their charity work over the past few months. They’ve been spotted showing support for frontline healthcare workers, as well as delivering meals to those in need. 

Naya Rivera: Glee Costars Pay Tribute to Her After Confirmation of Her Death

On July 13, officials in California confirmed Naya Rivera’s death,  detailing what they believe to be a boating accident gone tragically wrong. It was news many feared after the former Glee star went missing on July 8 and her son was found asleep on a pontoon boat she rented in Lake Piru, California. Police say there’s no evidence of foul play or suicide, and a sheriff said it appeared Rivera had “mustered enough energy to get her son back on the boat” but sadly not herself. 

A number of Rivera’s Glee costars gathered at Lake Piru and held hands in a touching tribute to their friend. “This photo of the cast of #Glee gathering together at Lake Piru today where #NayaRivera’s body was found is incredibly powerful—especially when you consider today is the 7-year anniversary of Cory Monteith’s death. I’m a mess,” journalist Dave Quinn tweeted with an image of the cast shown on the local news. 

Many of Rivera’s costars also shared tributes to their friend, some remarking on the anniversary of Cory Monteith’s death from a drug overdose. “I’m not religious by any means, but you’d be hard-pressed to convince me that Cory didn’t help find our girl today. These 2, in many ways, were the male and female versions of one another. So nice, cared deeply, were stupidly talented, the most fun, and really really good people,” Kevin McHale, who played Artie Abrams, tweeted.

Amber Riley, Glee‘s Mercedes Jones, shared a sweet video of Rivera and her song singing together. “My favorite duet partner. I love you. I miss you,” she wrote. “I don’t have words right now, just lots of feelings. Rest In Peace Angel, and know that your family will never have to worry about anything.”

“Rest sweet, Naya. What a force you were. Love and peace to your family,” Jane Lynch tweeted, while Lea Michele shared black and white images of both Monteith and Rivera on her Instagram Stories. 

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‘These Are All Cake’ Videos Are the Latest Viral Trend—and People Have Thoughts

Cake videos have completely taken over my social media feeds, and likely yours too. 

But in case you’ve missed the latest viral video trend to sweep the nation, here’s why everybody is talking about cake. On July 8, BuzzFeed’s Tasty Twitter posted a video with the simple caption, “These are all cakes.” The video shows people cutting into what appear to be everyday objects—Crocs, toilet paper, a bottle of lotion, burgers and vegetables, a houseplant—revealing that every single one was a cake decorated with fondant. 

The video then went on to show how methodically the cakes are decorated with said fondant. It’s wild how much you can make a cake look just like an IRL banana or a shoe, but it’s happening, people. The video has already racked up over 30 million views. 

Soon enough, Twitter feeds were flooded with more examples of cakes disguised as unexpected things. 

“I’ve made A LOT of realistic food cakes over the past year! They are great for trying out new techniques. You can see how I made all of these cakes at http://Youtube.com/SideserfCakeStudio… If you’re subscribed to my YouTube channel, I just want to say I love you,” YouTuber Natalie Sideserf tweeted. 

I’m not going to lie, Sideserf’s bulldog video really messed with my head. 

See also: These seemingly raw chicken breasts from The Bake King, which are actually…cakes. 

And, of course, there are memes and hilarious commentary. “All these cake videos are making me paranoid rn what if I’m a cake and I don’t even know it?” one person tweeted. “Believe it or not these are all cakes,” another wrote, alongside photos of…regular cakes. 

2020 has been a strange, strange year, so I really shouldn’t be surprised that it’s come to the point where we’re all wondering what is cake and what is not. This is just the world we live in now. 

We Tried Kate Middleton’s Favorite Lipstick on 5 Women

It’s been nearly a decade since Kate Middleton married Prince William, but that hasn’t stopped fans from continuing to dissect every single aspect of the royal wedding. From the dress to the cathedral, each moment seemed straight out of a fairy tale. While pretty much nothing about the event could be descried as low-key, there is one detail that was surprisingly accessible: Kate’s makeup look

Much has been written on the topic—like the fact that she did her makeup herself and stayed within her famously natural, no-makeup makeup comfort zone—but because of royal guidelines, the exact products she used have been tightly under wraps, which has left fans to speculate for years. 

Thanks to some heavy sleuthing and a chance photograph, we’ve been able to track down the secret to Kate’s blowout and her favorite lipgloss, respectively, but the details of her wedding look have long alluded us. Until now. 

Recently, tabloids have tossed out the possibility that her entire wedding makeup was Bobbi Brown, and the star of the show was the brand’s Lip Color in Sandwash Pink. Nine years later, the brand has confirmed to Glamour, that yes, that is indeed the exact shade she walked down the aisle in. 

John Stillwell – PA Images/Getty
Ferdaus Shamim/Getty 

Bobbi Brown’s Lip Colors are legendary in their own right. In the late ‘80s, the famed makeup artist—who has since stepped away from the brand—launched the line with 10 lipsticks that actually resembled the color of women’s lips, which was revolutionary in a decade of more-is-more makeup. The brand was quickly picked up by Bergdorf Goodman, and the rest is history, as Brown went on to revolutionize the industry and push the pendulum back to a focus on natural beauty. Since the shades are all rooted in a brown base, they’re widely considered to be universally flattering. They’re also beloved for their semi-matte finish and comfortable wear. 

To put the claim to the test—and because, let’s be real, there’s not a whole lot else to do in quarantine—we had five Glamour staffers try Middleton’s favorite Sandwash Pink shade to see if it lives up to the hype. Or at least makes a good Zoom lip shade. Read on for our honest thoughts. 

Talia Gutierrez, beauty assistant 

Talia Gutierrez

I often steer clear of pink, mainly because the hunt for a perfect nude lipstick to match my olive tone complexion always turns out to be pink-ish anyways, but this one was pretty cute. Of course, a lip liner would help define my lip shape, but the color itself brought out the light dust of blush I applied on my cheekbones. After a full day of wear, my lips felt smooth without any signs of drying or cracked lips. Not bad!

Bella Cacciatore, beauty associate 

Bella Cacciatore 

My Grammy used to always give me mini gift with purchase Bobbi Brown lipsticks, so this product has a bit of a special place in my heart. The texture of this lipstick is just as good as I remember. It’s lightweight, creamy, and moisturizing without being too shiny. It’s easy to apply without a mirror and comfortable to wear all day. However, as much as I love the formula, the color isn’t quite for me. I tend to prefer my pinks on the nudey-brown side, and this one was just too much of a true pink for me—although I found it looks much prettier in a picture than IRL. It’s not that it looked bad, it’s just not my style. But if I blotted it down to a stain with my finger, it looked a little cooler. That being said, I’ll definitely be grabbing one in a more me shade. 

Shanna Shipin, commerce editor

Shanna Shipin 

I’ll admit, I was not a fan of how this lipstick wore on me when I first looked in the mirror. I rarely ever wear lipstick, and pinks are just not my style. But after some back-and-forth selfie sharing with the lovely Bella Cacciatore, we realized this lipstick photographs like a dream. (I’m betting the Duchess is acutely aware of this.) It blurs a bit at the edges so it looks natural as it wears, and it even has a bit of the lip-smacking juicy-ness I look for in lip products but rarely find. One of my favorite things is that it’s super nourishing and one of the only lipsticks that doesn’t demand I wear layers of balm underneath. Want your lips to pop just right on Zoom? Reach for this tube.

Brionna Jimerson, associate social media manager 

Brionna Jimerson 

On my never-ending hunt for my personal favorite nude lipstick, Bobbi Brown’s Sandwash Pink stopped me in my tracks. At first glance, the dusty rose shade has an opaque pinky-clay-base, a hue I’d normally write off without swatching. However, when applied as a light wash topped with a shiny lipgloss, it’s just subtle and effortless enough to work. If you have a deep brown skin tone and want to make this shade really pop, I’d recommend pairing with a brown-red lip liner for an instantly elevated everyday lip look.

Lindsay Schallon, senior beauty editor 

Not so fun fact: I was dreading taking this photo because I’ve been breaking out like crazy around my mouth lately (thanks, maskne!) I thought lipstick would accentuate it, but this is such the perfect your-lips-but-better shade it blurred spots around my lip line entirely. I will say this, I definitely like it more in photos and on video chat than I do IRL. It feels almost a bit too proper for my usual vibe (think cool-toned berries and purples), but on camera it’s a total dream. Like the “touch up my appearance” filter come to life. Shocker to no one: Kate Middleton clearly knows her stuff. 

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Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_. 

We Tried Kate Middleton’s Favorite Lipstick on Five Women

It’s been nearly a decade since Kate Middleton married Prince William, but that hasn’t stopped fans from continuing to dissect every single aspect of the royal wedding. From the dress to the cathedral, each moment seemed straight out of a fairy tale. While pretty much nothing about the event could be descried as low-key, there is one detail that was surprisingly accessible: Kate’s makeup look

Much has been written on the topic—like the fact that she did her makeup herself and stayed within her famously natural, no-makeup makeup comfort zone—but because of royal guidelines, the exact products she used have been tightly under wraps, which has left fans to speculate for years. 

Thanks to some heavy sleuthing and a chance photograph, we’ve been able to track down the secret to Kate’s blowout and her favorite lip gloss, respectively, but the details of her wedding look have long alluded us. Until now. 

Recently, tabloids have tossed out the possibility that her entire wedding makeup was Bobbi Brown, and the star of the show was the brand’s Lip Color in Sandwash Pink. Nine years later, the brand has confirmed to Glamour, that yes, that is indeed the exact shade she walked down the aisle in. 

John Stillwell – PA Images/Getty
Ferdaus Shamim/Getty 

Bobbi Brown’s Lip Colors are legendary in their own right. In the late ’80s, the famed makeup artist—who has since stepped away from the brand—launched the line with 10 lipsticks that actually resembled the color of women’s lips, which was revolutionary in a decade of more-is-more makeup. The brand was quickly picked up by Bergdorf Goodman, and the rest is history, as Brown went on to revolutionize the industry and push the pendulum back to a focus on natural beauty. Since the shades are all rooted in a brown base, they’re widely considered to be universally flattering. They’re also beloved for their semimatte finish and comfortable wear. 

To put the claim to the test—and because, let’s be real, there’s not a whole lot else to do in quarantine—we had five Glamour staffers try Middleton’s favorite Sandwash Pink shade to see whether it lives up to the hype. Or at least makes a good Zoom lip shade. Read on for our honest thoughts. 

Talia Gutierrez, beauty assistant 

Talia Gutierrez

I often steer clear of pink, mainly because the hunt for a perfect nude lipstick to match my olive-tone complexion always turns out to be pinkish anyway, but this one was pretty cute. Of course, a lip liner would help define my lip shape, but the color itself brought out the light dust of blush I applied on my cheekbones. After a full day of wear, my lips felt smooth without any signs of drying or cracked lips. Not bad!

Bella Cacciatore, beauty associate 

Bella Cacciatore 

My grammy used to always give me gift-with-purchase Bobbi Brown mini lipsticks, so this product has a bit of a special place in my heart. The texture of this lipstick is just as good as I remember. It’s lightweight, creamy, and moisturizing without being too shiny. It’s easy to apply without a mirror and comfortable to wear all day. However, as much as I love the formula, the color isn’t quite for me. I tend to prefer my pinks on the nudey-brown side, and this one was just too much of a true pink for me—although I found it looks much prettier in a picture than IRL. It’s not that it looked bad; it’s just not my style. But if I blotted it down to a stain with my finger, it looked a little cooler. That being said, I’ll definitely be grabbing one in a more me shade. 

Shanna Shipin, commerce editor

Shanna Shipin 

I’ll admit, I was not a fan of how this lipstick wore on me when I first looked in the mirror. I rarely ever wear lipstick, and pinks are just not my style. But after some back-and-forth selfie sharing with the lovely Bella Cacciatore, we realized this lipstick photographs like a dream. (I’m betting the duchess is acutely aware of this.) It blurs a bit at the edges, so it looks natural as it wears, and it even has a bit of the lip-smacking juiciness I look for in lip products but rarely find. One of my favorite things is that it’s super nourishing and one of the few lipsticks that doesn’t demand I wear layers of balm underneath. Want your lips to pop just right on Zoom? Reach for this tube.

Brionna Jimerson, associate social media manager 

Brionna Jimerson 

On my never-ending hunt for my personal favorite nude lipstick, Bobbi Brown’s Sandwash Pink stopped me in my tracks. At first glance, the dusty rose shade has an opaque pinky-clay base, a hue I’d normally write off without swatching. However, when applied as a light wash topped with a shiny lip gloss, it’s just subtle and effortless enough to work. If you have a deep brown skin tone and want to make this shade really pop, I’d recommend pairing with a brown-red lip liner for an instantly elevated everyday lip look.

Lindsay Schallon, senior beauty editor 

Not so fun fact: I was dreading taking this photo because I’ve been breaking out like crazy around my mouth lately (thanks, maskne!). I thought lipstick would accentuate it, but this is such the perfect your-lips-but-better shade that it blurred spots around my lip line entirely. I will say this, I definitely like it more in photos and on video chat than I do IRL. It feels almost a bit too proper for my usual vibe (think cool-toned berries and purples), but on camera it’s a total dream. Like the “touch up my appearance” filter come to life. Shocker to no one: Kate Middleton clearly knows her stuff. 

Bobbi Brown Lip Color in Sandwash Pink

Bobbi Brown

$29

Buy Now

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_. 

Emily in Paris: Everything We Know About Netflix’s New Series From Darren Star

If Netflix’s Sweet Magnolias was the feel-good romanic comedy-drama of the summer, then prepare for Emily in Paris to fill that void in the fall. On Monday, July 13, the streaming service announced that it had acquired the series—which stars Lily Collins and was created by Sex and the City and Younger genius Darren Star—from MTV Studios. It will premiere later in 2020. Collins’ casting was first announced in April 2019, when the series was originally set to air on the Paramount Network.

In Emily in Paris, Collins stars as the titular character, an “ambitious 20-something marketing executive from Chicago.” She unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company. As one does, Emily heads to the City of Light to shop and eat revamp the company’s media strategy. Per Netflix, “Emily’s new life in Paris is filled with intoxicating adventures and surprising challenges as she juggles winning over her work colleagues, making friends, and navigating new romances.”

Emily will face each adventure in some very chic ensembles since costume designer—and SATC legend—Patricia Field was tasked with styling the series. A deep dive into Lily Collins’ Twitter feed shows off lots of bold prints and unexpected designer pairings. (Honestly, we expect nothing less.) 

Netflix has yet to release the trailer, so until they do, we’ve rounded up the most important details about the new series. Based on the below, the premiere can’t come fast enough.

The cast: Lily Collins (Rules Don’t Apply, To the Bone, Tolkien, The Last Tycoon) stars as Emily. Ashley Park (Mean Girls on Broadway) stars as Emily’s friend, Mindy Chen. Other series regulars include Philippine Leroy Beaulieu (Call My Agent!), Lucas Bravo (Smart Ass), Samuel Arnold (Antony & Cleopatra), Camille Razat (The 15:17 to Paris), and Bruno Gouery (Doc Martin). Fan favorite—and Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice alum—Kate Walsh will have a recurring role, along with William Abadie (Resident Evil: Extinction) and Arnaud Viard (Clara et Moi).

Lily Collins as Emily and Ashley Park as Mindy on location in France for Emily in Paris.

Carole Bethuel/Netflix 

The producing team: Darren Star (Younger, Sex and the City) created the series and also serves as writer and executive producer. Collins is also a producer. Says Star, “MTV Studios and I couldn’t hope for a more perfect home for Emily In Paris than Netflix. With their international reach, we are excited to share Emily with audiences around the world.”

Episode count: There will be 10 episodes at 30 minutes each. 

Location: The series was filmed entirely on location in Paris and throughout France. Je suis tellement excité!

Collins also shared this behind-the-scenes photo while filming in the famed Palais Garnier in Paris.

Emily in Paris will premiere on Netflix this fall. 

Jessica Radloff is the Glamour West Coast editor. You can follow her on Instagram at @jessicaradloff14.

Naya Rivera Has Been Found Dead After Going Missing in California

“In today’s search for Naya Rivera, cabins and outbuildings in the surrounding area will be checked once again, as well as the shoreline,” the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office shared on Twitter on July 12. “This has been part of the ongoing search effort since her disappearance on Wednesday afternoon. Boat crews continue to scan the lake.”

Sgt. Shannon King confirmed to People that the effort to locate Rivera in the lake continues. “They’re not occupied. Nothing came of it,” King told the publication, explaining that the larger focus of the search “was the shoreline.”

“They were just doing the shoreline to make sure nothing has changed. There were a lot of folks that were talking on social media about, ‘Oh, check the cabins. Maybe she’s there, maybe she’s hanging out,’” King said. “There’s no evidence to say she left the water. It appears to be 100% just a tragic drowning.” 

Investigators will reportedly continue to search the area “at least through Tuesday.”

UPDATE: July 9, 2020, 3:22 p.m. EST— Naya Rivera is presumed dead, with local authorities shifting their efforts from rescue to recovery, according to the sheriff’s office of Ventura County, California.

“We’re presuming that an accident happened, and we’re presuming she drowned in the lake,” Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Dyer said at a news conference, CNN reports. “The goal is still to bring Miss Rivera home to her family.”

ORIGINAL STORY: July 9, 2020, 7:41 a.m. EST—

In sad and troubling news, former Glee star Naya Rivera is currently missing in Southern California.

According to multiple news outlets, including CNN, the Ventura County sheriff’s office has been conducting a search (which will resume this morning) after Rivera apparently vanished from Lake Piru, where her four-year-old son was later found alone in a boat.

Per the local CBS outlet, Sheriff’s Captain Eric Buschow said in a news conference that Rivera rented a pontoon boat around 1 p.m. local time, and she and her son were spotted heading out onto the lake together. Then, around three hours later, another boater saw the boat drifting and found Rivera’s son sleeping in the boat alone and notified officials. At that point, CBSN Los Angeles reports, a search began, which included helicopters, drones, and divers.

The child, who is said to be unharmed, told police that he and his mother went swimming—but she never got back in the boat. CBSN noted it was not immediately clear how he got back into the boat. Buschow said the child was wearing a life vest and another adult-size vest was found in the vessel. As of Wednesday night (July 8), authorities were reportedly trying to reunite him with family members.

“There’s a lot of challenges in a reservoir this size, at times with visibility,” Buschow said. “I don’t have details yet as to the depth of the area where the boat was found or what conditions they’re encountering out there.”

Naya Rivera famously played the role of Santana Lopez—a cheerleader who ends up in the show choir—on the hit Fox show Glee from 2009 to 2015. On July 7 she posted a sweet photo of herself and her son, writing, “Just the two of us.”

This post will be updated as more details become available.

The Old Guard’s KiKi Layne Swears This $20 Cleanser Is the Key to Helping With Acne

So now we’re turning the tables on Layne to get tips on how she unwinds, the skincare treatment that’s working wonders, and the snack she can’t get enough of (don’t worry, it ships nationwide). Time for Your Fave’s Faves

My favorite way to relax

“A great soak in a bath with a glass of red wine. Most recently I’ve discovered Dr. Teal’s Pure Epsom Salt Matcha Green Tea Relaxing Foaming Bubble Bath. It’s so good because it’s not overpowering. It’s super nice. They even have one that has almond in it called Pure Epsom Salt Soak—Shea Butter and Almond Oil, as well as the Foaming Bath with Pure Epsom Salt and Hemp Seed Oil, and it’s so great. We all just need those relaxing moments.”

Dr. Teal’s Pure Epsom Salt Matcha Green Tea Relaxing Foaming Bubble Bath

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Dr Teal’s Epsom Salt Moisturizing Shea Butter and Almond Oil Foaming Bath

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The sneaker splurge I stand by

“My favorite sneaker are these sparkly Louboutin sneakers that are pink with crystal studs. They are so comfortable. They’re insane. It’s like, ‘Am I going to go to Ralphs [grocery store] in these sneakers? OK!’ I’m not afraid of sparkles. I modeled for Kate Spade, so I have sparkly Kate Spade shoes, bags, rings. Kate Spade definitely sparked my sparkle obsession, and I’m very happy about that.”

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The accessory brand I’m loving right now

“I love big jewelry trends and moments, especially some gold hoops. But a jewelry line I just discovered is TL Retro. I can’t wait to buy more because they have really cool interesting pieces.”

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My skincare savior

“My face is in the worst place its been in a really long time, so I actually found this natural acne specialist here in Cincinnati, but she ships allover. It’s called the Pure Skin Beauty Bar. She’s a Black woman, and she specializes in helping people with their acne, especially Black women with their acne. I’ve only been using her products for a few weeks and I’ve already noticed a huge difference. I eliminated everything else that I was using, and have just been using her stuff. It’s made a huge difference.”

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The makeup staples I swear by

“I’m obsessed with the Huda Beauty Re-Mastered Rose Gold eyeshadow palette. Yo, that palette is everything! I love those metallics that are in there. I also love Pat McGrath’s lipglosses—all of them. They are just so moisturizing but not sticky. I’m like, ‘Thank you, Pat. Thank you.’ Another go-to gloss for me is Dior’s Addict Lip Gloss in Berry Glossy. I absolutely love the color. I’ve also been using Yara Shahidi’s glosses that she has with Bobbi Brown, and Fenty’s foundation was really a game-changer for me. I hadn’t realized I wasn’t being as attentive to what my undertones are, so I’m very grateful for what Rihanna did with that. I love the Invisimatte Blotting Powder since I get so oily. The Fenty highlighter, too.”

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Invisimatte Blotting Powder

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The hair conditioner that’s changed my life

“I’ve been using Tracee Ellis Ross’s Pattern line, and the conditioner was a game changer for me. I can just feel immediately what it’s doing for my hair. So, thank you, Tracee, for taking the time to really perfect these products and promote love of our coils and curls and kinks.”

Heavy Conditioner For Coilies

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Intensive Conditioner For Tight Textures

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My favorite high-waisted jeans

“My go-to leisure outfit in the summer is a pair of J. Brand high-rise jeans and a crop top. That’s all I need, and I’m ready to go.  I wear them a lot because they just fit so well and have such great jeans.”

J Brand 1212 Runway High Rise Slim Straight

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The perfect snack for watching TV

“These chips called Grippos, which are a big thing in Cincinnati, but will ship anywhere. Their BBQ chips are so good. They also have Grippos cheese puffs with their BBQ, tangy seasoning to it. Oh my gosh. If there’s one thing that makes me so glad I’m in Cincinnati, it’s my family and Grippos. I always say, food is the way to get KiKi Layne wherever you want her to go. As long as I’m not cooking.”

Grippos BBQ Potato Chips 18-Pack

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My favorite action movies

“I’m a huge fan of The Avengers, but Black Panther was so special to me. And Civil War. Watching that…it just went a little deeper than action films tend to go, just the struggle between these two heroes that we love.”

The song that always lifts my spirits

“Shalamar’s ”A Night to Remember.” It’s an old-school song that has such a great groove to it, and is so fun. I’m kind of dancing even thinking about it right now. It automatically does that for me.”

My recommended reading list

 “I’m starting Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie because it’s been on my list. And then in the past couple of months, right before everything happened recently, I read the biography of Malcom X.”

“Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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The Autobiography of Malcolm X

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My go-to app on my phone

“This is going to sound so lame since I’m in a Netflix movie, but the Netflix app… I watched Avatar: The Last Airbender recently. I was so happy when I saw that was on Netflix. That’s been my most recent show obsession.”

The Old Guard is now streaming on Netflix. 

Jessica Radloff is the Glamour West Coast editor, and newest Grippos devotee. You can follow her on Instagram here.