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SARAH SAHAGIAN WRITER

The gig There’s no such thing as TMI for Toronto writer Sahagian, who dis­cusses her bum­bling dat­ing style in “Keep­ing It Real” (p. 38). Em­brac­ing the cringe “I don’t think of my awk­ward mo­ments as li­a­bil­i­ties any­more. I think of them as plot points in the sit­com of my life.”

RANDI BERGMAN WRITER

The gig Toronto-based Bergman talks about sex— well, porn, ac­tu­ally—in the fea­ture “Body Lan­guage” (p. 48). Words to live by “RuPaul says it best: ‘If you can’t love your­self, how in the hell you gonna love some­body else?’”

SIMONE OTIS MAKEUP ARTIST

The gig “I wanted makeup that is hy­per-real with warm colours and glow­ing skin,” says Toronto makeup artist Otis of the dewy look she dreamed up for our Cana­dian-de­signer shoot “See­ing Dou­ble” (p. 53).

In the red “From matte to metal­lic, red lip­stick is so hot right now. It’s a per­fect, quick way to amp up your look.”

VIIA BEAUMANIS WRITER

The gig The Toron­to­nian has vis­ited Mar­rakech 10 times. In “Sen­sory Over­load” (p. 85), she spills on the chicest places to stay and shop in the city. Travel bug “I love Bangkok for its bus­tle, the Is­tria re­gion of Croa­tia for its lush land­scape and Ital­ian-in­flu­enced food and Siem Reap, Cambodia, for its tem­ples and funky bars, shops and cafés.”

JUSTIN GER­MAN HAIR­STYL­IST

The gig Ger­man brought the boho vibes to our “See­ing Dou­ble” fash­ion shoot (p. 53) with barely-there beach waves. Take good care “Every­one needs a good dry sham­poo. I use it even on curly hair or hair that doesn’t get oily to cre­ate vol­ume at the roots.”

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