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    SKINCARE has become all the rage on the internet. There are countless articles and videos that showcase skincare tutorials, anti-wrinkle advice, and products for sale to help curb signs of aging. 3Apparently, the way you sleep affects how you lookCredit: Getty 3Sleeping on your side can produce unwanted lines on the faceCredit: Getty But there’s one piece of advice that many of us haven’t heard of: sleeping on your side or stomach can cause “sleep wrinkles” to form on your face and chest. According to Dr. Farah Moustafa, a dermatologist and director of Laser and Cosmetics at Tufts Medical Center, repeatedly sleeping on our side or our stomach means our face is pushed against a pillow. This pressure on our skin can cause wrinkles to form. While we all know about expression lines that form on our foreheads—those horizontal wrinkles we can’t ignore—these are different than sleep lines. Lines caused by sleeping on our side or stomach usually appear as vertical wrinkles, while horizontal expression lines are formed when a person makes facial movements like raising or furrowing their eyebrows....
    MEAN-MUGGING is a slang term that refers to a person's facial expression where they may appear to look upset. Mean-mugging often is done unintentionally by the one doing it, leaving the other party involved at-risk of misreading the impression. 2'Mean-mugging' is a trendy term that refers to when a person thinks another is giving them a dirty lookCredit: Getty How do I know if someone is 'mean-mugging' me? The slang term 'mean-mugging' has entered our everyday vernacular and many are wondering how to use the term correctly. The act of 'mean-mugging' another person involves making, either involuntarily or voluntarily, less-than-welcoming faces at someone as they approach you. Mean-mugging is often done unintentionally. Based off the way one's face naturally rests, it may simply be a default look rather than a mal-intentioned gaze directed at someone. Most read in LifestyleSNUBBED 'Queen Xmas photo snub prompted Meg & Harry exit' as BBC doc part 2 airs tonightMEG-ING A JOKE Harry & Meg's 'MAJOR sense of humour failure to blame for Megxit crisis'DUCHESS' DENIAL Meghan lawyer denies bullying as BBC doc...
    At 37-years-old, Aaron Rodgers is the new Michael Jordan. After more than a decade of seeing the Crying Jordan meme dominate social media, Rodgers is ready to supplant the GOAT with a face of his own. Thursday night, Rodgers led the undermanned Green Bay Packers into Arizona to hand the Cardinals their first loss of the season, winning the game 24-21. One of Rodgers’ most impressive plays of the contest occurred early in the third quarter, when he found veteran wide receiver Randall Cobb for a two-yard touchdown pass. At the end of the play, Rodgers was rocked by a late hit by Cardinals defensive lineman Jordan Phillips. The hit nearly knocked Rodgers’ helmet off, causing the eccentric quarterback to lay on the ground with a rather disheveled look. Last month, Rodgers said he was growing his hair as part of a year-long plan for a Halloween costume, but little did he know his locks would also help complete one of the wildest football screenshots ever. As soon as the broadcast showed the slow-motion image of the unkempt quarterback, social...
    Students at one of the most prestigious college preparatory schools in the United States could reportedly risk expulsion for single instances of speech someone deems offensive. St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., is circulating an "anti-bias" draft policy among its administrators regarding potential punishment for "hate speech," according to documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. "It is the impact of hate speech, rather than the intent of those perpetrating it, that is of utmost importance," the draft policy says, adding that boys could face expulsion "even in the case of a single expression, act, or gesture." ‘It is the impact of hate speech, rather than the intent of those perpetrating it, that is of utmost importance.’ According to the draft policy, offenses can include "misplaced humor," and such infractions "should be reported immediately to the student’s adviser" by students, teachers or parents. "We also expect that anyone, whether student, faculty, staff, or family member, who witnesses, or has knowledge of an incident of hate speech, will report the incident to the appropriate individual," it reads. The policy assures no...
    MEXICO CITY. The coronavirus pandemic has posed challenges and opportunities, but it also revealed a clear inequity gap across Latin America, with children dropping out of school due to not having internet and countries that cannot access the covid-19 vaccine. Given this, it is necessary to guarantee the fulfillment of rights with a focus on human dignity, said Rodolfo Solano, Foreign Minister of Costa Rica. “We face one of the greatest challenges: having a lost generation,” said Solano in an interview with Image Group. At the headquarters of the embassy of his country in Mexico, the official stressed that the pandemic deepened inequalities, which is why it is necessary to defend participatory democracy, the strength of institutions and listen to the communities. Today societies are more horizontal and that implies challenges for governments: they must position themselves as leaders even in the face of the risks of populism, said the former ambassador and specialist in international relations. Faced with popular discontent in Latin America, it is necessary to guarantee free expression in a society that stopped being a spectator to...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo reappeared on television this week to apologize for being a creep. Scratch that: Governor Andrew Cuomo reappeared on television to play a guy who was just sorry enough for being a creep for that to make the headlines and TV news clips about his performance. He choked up a little. There was an acknowledgement of pain, however unintentionally caused. He named one of the accusers. Maybe not a performance worthy of another Emmy, but I could see it nominated for a People’s Choice Award. The governor's special apology show on Wednesday, nominally a coronavirus briefing, came a week after his first accuser’s account had appeared and his briefings had abruptly stopped and just a day after a third young woman came forward to accuse the three-term governor of acting inappropriately with her. Anna Ruch says that Cuomo tried to kiss her at a wedding. Her accusation differs from the other two because she had just met the governor, at a wedding he was officiating, and because a photographer captured the moment of greatest discomfort—Ruch’s face...
    ANY woman who has suffered the infuriating “cheer up love” from a patronising stranger will be all too familiar with the perils of the resting b**** face. And a new TikTok trend has seen women showcasing their permanently melancholy expressions. 8TikTok users are showcasing their resting b**** faces in a new trend, with user Kynz seen smiling hereCredit: TikTok 8Her natural face sees her looking furious Credit: TikTok The trend was started by user Sienna Mae Gomez who asked her followers to share their smile followed by their ‘RBF.’ Speaking in the vid, she said: “This is for all the girls with RBF (resting bitch face). First you smile, then you show your resting bitch face. Let's see who has the worst one!” Captioning her post she added, “I look so mean omg,,,, use this sound if urs is worse!!!!” And it seems that plenty of women thought their natural expression was something to contend with as these videos prove. 8Heidi Christiana looks friendly and approachable while smilingCredit: TikTok 8But has been told she's intimidating when she isn'tCredit: TikTok 8Actress...
    Oliver Hudson has tried some questionable beauty trends. The actor, 44, told sister Kate Hudson during an episode of their “Sibling Revelry” podcast that he has tried the so-called vampire facial as well as Botox and it was more than he bargained for. “I went in and I had blood splattered all over my face and they needled it in there and then did a frickin’ laser. And then he goes, ‘Let’s try some Botox.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh s—t, for real?'” Hudson said. “And he’s like, ‘Just trust me’ and I’m like, ‘Alright, f—k it, let’s do it.’ He puts Botox in my face and I don’t feel anything.” He continued, “Two days later I’m making an expression in the mirror and one eyebrow literally goes up into my hairline. I’m like what the f—k is going on?” “I called him immediately, I’m like, ‘Jason, what the f—k dude, you just ruined my life!'” Hudson returned to the doctor, who added more Botox to “calm it down” but it seemed to make his expression even worse. “It looked insane,”...
    Sometimes, all it takes is a look. For some single people, it can be hard to tell when someone is actually flirting with you. Fortunately for them, new research suggests that there may be a specific facial expression that women use when they’re flirting. A study published in the Journal of Sex Research says that there are certain facial expressions that signify interest in a potential partner. (iStock) A study published in the Journal of Sex Research says that there are certain facial expressions that signify interest in a potential partner, Southwest News Service (SWNS) reports. According to the study, men can recognize this expression as showing attraction. BROOKLYN BRIDGE PROPOSAL GOES VIRAL OVER BIKE ACCIDENT The flirty facial expression that seems to work best for women is to turn the head to one side, tilt it down slightly with a slight smile and have the eyes turned toward the target. “Across our six studies, we found most men were able to recognize a certain female facial expression as representing flirting,” Omri Gillath, professor of psychology at the University...
    Jilissa Zoltko tantalized her 748,000 followers when she posted a sultry update on her Instagram page earlier today. In the new photo, the hot law student slipped into a sexy two-piece swimsuit while soaking up some sun. Jilissa rocked a white bikini that showcased her stunning physique. The top boasted padded cups that barely held her bust. As a result, it failed to cover the entirety of her breasts, but that fact did not bother the model as she confidently wore the piece. The deep neckline showed off a generous amount of her decolletage, and the push-up feature of the garment showcased more cleavage. The bottoms that she wore featured a pretty low-cut waistline that left plenty of skin exposed, particularly her flat tummy. The thin waistband hung over her slim waist, accentuating her curvy hips. View this post on Instagram more days like this ???? @whitefoxswim A post shared by Jilissa (@jilissa) on Aug 27, 2020 at 3:13pm PDT In the first snap, Jilissa was photographed at the beach, dressed in the skimpy swimwear with her...
    Joan Collins revealed she had a run-in with a police officer while vacationing in the South of France. The 87-year-old "Dynasty" star said she was "yelled at" in Ikea after swapping out her face mask for a clear face visor, which is now illegal under a new law put in place last month. Dame Collins was in St. Tropez with Piers Morgan and Julian Clary when she visited the Swedish homeware store. It was there the star claimed she was "pounced" on. JOAN COLLINS SAYS SHE REGRETS LISTENING TO WARREN BEATTY AND TURNING DOWN 'SONS AND LOVERS' The actress wrote in the Spectator, "An officious gendarme became deeply offended by it, and while I was mulling over the benefits of Ikea’s gravadlax vs its smoked salmon, he pounced. "Gesticulating in Gallic fashion, he yelled at me to put on a proper mask, because visors aren’t legal. Chastised, I slunk away, muttering an Anglo-Saxon expletive under my breath, which, as he glared at me, I feared he might have understood," the English actress continued. "I then tried wearing a clear plastic facemask, of the sort which...
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