The glitzy lives of Hollywood stars usually involve a sportscar or two. Why not indulge, on the road? With nearly unlimited funds at their disposal, it's easy to buy automotive luxury. But not every celeb wants the latest and greatest, when it comes to transport. Believe it or not, some just want to be left alone! Introducing: The intentionally crappy car. With a totally unrecognizable set of wheels, the famous can finally enjoy life again. Paparazzi, be darned: Celebrities get to enjoy a little nostalgia, for the days when they were ordinary folks. On the new but ordinary side, some are opting for basic, eco-friendly cars. Secretive shopping and saving the planet? It's a growing trend of yes, please!
Donut and coffee chain Dunkin' Donuts has ventured into a surprising project. They've created a state-of-the-arts tiny house with a new and sustainbale edge alongside with two other partner companies, New Frontier Tiny Homes and Blue Marble Energy. Truly an awesome new discovery that opens the door for more sustainable energy consumption. Every 170 pounds of spent coffee grounds yields about one gallon of fuel and is used in a standard biofuel generator. Combined with the fact they've hopped on the tiny home trend, we might be looking at the future of housing right here.
While most of us could barely wake up before noon when we were 23 years old, Kylie Jenner has done things a little differently. Sure, she may still be a young whippersnapper, but that hasn't stopped queen Kylie from taking over the world one "Candy K" lipgloss at a time and proving she's the ultimate billionaire businesswoman. Well, almost billionaire. At HypeGalore, we've got the scoop on how Kylie Jenner spends her millions, and how she managed to spend $130 million in just one year...
Whether you love or hate avocado-loving millennials, you can't deny that they've had a huge impact on society. Yep, those born between 1981 and 1996 have brought us an abundance of sourdough bread (yum) and intriguing coffee selections (the Summer Berry Panna Cotta Frappuccino can get right in our bellies), but they've also forced us to say goodbye to some of our favorite things. At HypeGalore, we've got the low-down on all the items that are disappearing because, well, millennials exist...
If you love eating pies, amateur confectioner Liz Joy's pies might not be for you. They're so stunningly beautiful that you might not even feel ok about digging into them. You might want to hang them on your wall or put them in a museum. From fantasy characters to beautiful nature and much in between, Joy uses the confectionary arts to inspire our imagination and appetites. Let's have a look at some of her incredible masterpieces.
Many young people look to American colleges to equip them with the knowledge they'll need in their life. But some universities come at such a hefty cost that it's important you know about them straight away. We're not outright telling you to stay away from these institutions... but it's best you'd know what you're getting into from the start. If you're looking for a comprehensive run-through of the most outrageously priced schools in the United States, look no further. At Hype Galore, we're revealing which colleges will bring you the largest amount of debt.
When you find yourself on the extreme end of the wealthiness spectrum, you might be confronted with a hard choice: Are you going to buy a private jet or a yacht? Get your boarding passes and your life jackets ready. Here, we take to skies and the high seas to have a look at some of the biggest celebs and their insanely luxurious yachts and private jets. These are the ultimate toys of the super-rich.
Although having the means to hire a trainer and personal chef might help the rich and famous kickstart their weight loss journeys, that does not mean that hard work and dedication isn't involved. Here the celebrities behind some of Hollywood's biggest transformations get personal about their own struggle and spill the tea on exactly how they managed to get fit and healthy.
As we know, since Blockbuster first opened its doors in 1985 it quickly became one of the world’s largest providers of in-home movies and game entertainment. The company was a huge part of the 90s lifestyle and continued to be so up until 2010 when it sadly went bankrupt. The owner of the last remaining Blockbuster decided to do something a little different with the space after being forced to close its doors.
We are not sure when and where this obsession with miniature food came from but we are absolutely mesmerized by these tiny creations. The biggest player in the game is the YouTube account Miniature Space. If you haven't already, you need to check it out! They have over 3 million followers, so it clearly something the world is loving, and we have to admit, so are we.