There’s Now a Taylor Swift-Argylle Conspiracy Theory and We’re Here for It!

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People are so preoccupied with Taylor Swift that there are countless conspiracy theories about her. From actually being a secret agent to being a clone or reincarnation of Zeena Schreck – that one’s hard not to believe if you see photos of them side by side – Taylor is the talk of the town! Well, now there’s a new conspiracy theory about the pop star, and it involves the movie Argylle.

The Theory

Argylle is an action movie that – based on the trailer – seems to center around a cat who looks suspiciously like Swift’s feline Meredith. The film is based on a novel written by Elly Conway, but the book isn’t actually out yet. To add to the suspicion, Elly Conway doesn’t seem to have any previously written work that anyone knows about. All this has led to the theory that Elly Conway is just a pen name, and the true writer is Taylor Swift.


This conspiracy theory has gotten so widespread that the film’s director Matthew Vaughn felt the need to speak out. Vaughn explained, “There is a real book … and it’s a really good book. And there is an Elly Conway who wrote the book, but it’s not Taylor Swift. And I say that because I imagine Taylor Swift has a load of people trying to jump on her bandwagon left, right, and center, and I don’t want to be a part of that club. I did read the conspiracies and I was like, wow, they don’t leave a stone unturned! But it’s not Taylor Swift. She definitely didn’t write the book.”

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If you ask us, Vaughn just blew a golden opportunity to guarantee that every Swiftie would see his movie.

Get Silky Smooth With DIY Sugaring: Your Path to Pain-Free Hair Removal

Get Silky Smooth With DIY Sugaring: Your Path to Pain-Free Hair Removal

If you’ve been scrolling through Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube lately, you’ve likely come across the buzz surrounding sugaring. This ancient hair removal technique, with its origins tracing back to Egypt, has gained significant popularity on social media platforms.

Sugaring offers a less painful alternative to traditional waxing. It involves the use of a paste made from sugar, lemon, and water. This paste is applied in the opposite direction of hair growth and then removed in the direction of hair growth, ensuring the entire hair bulb is extracted.

The Pros of Sugaring

Sugaring is a very natural and safe way to replace waxing. The sugaring paste is composed of sugar, lemon, and water. It looks like this…

Each ingredient serves a purpose: sugar functions as an adhesive that holds onto hair and pulls it out by its roots, lemon juice discourages crystallization with antiseptic properties, and water allows for the appropriate textural consistency during application. In contrast to waxing which may irritate the skin, sugaring is appropriate for various kinds of skin, especially for sensitive skin.

Side Effects of Sugaring

While sugaring is generally gentle, potential side effects include redness, irritation, ingrown hairs, allergic reactions, and infections if proper sanitation practices aren’t followed.

Redness is typically temporary, and cold compresses or hydrocortisone cream can help alleviate irritation. Proper exfoliation can reduce the risk of ingrown hairs. However, it’s essential to avoid sun, sauna, sweat, etc for a few days post-sugaring to allow the skin to heal.

The Cost of Sugaring

Traditional waxing is a little cheaper than in-salon sugaring treatments. The price is also dependent on which body part you want to target with the sugaring method.

The Cost of Sugaring

For instance, facial sugar is roughly around $15 while full-leg sugar is about $100! In order to retain results, you should make a follow-up appointment every four to six weeks depending on your hair growth.

DIY Sugaring for Hair Removal

The good news is that you can make sugaring paste at home. To prepare the paste, bring 2 cups of sugar, 1/4 cup of lemon juice, and 1/4 cup of water to a boil in a saucepan. After cooling for 20 minutes, pour the mixture into a glass jar.

When using the paste to remove unwanted hair, ensure the hair is no longer than a quarter-inch, as trimming promotes root removal and reduces discomfort. Apply the paste in small, uniform sections, working in the direction of hair growth. Holding the skin taut during removal ensures thorough root-to-tip hair extraction, resulting in smooth, hair-free skin! Enjoy!