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    WHEN you're shopping for new shampoo on a budget, drugstore brands are the way to go – but one beauty influencer warned against certain haircare products. The poster warned that specific ingredients in the shampoos could dry out hair and recommended products to buy instead, but some viewers countered her negative reviews. 4TikTok user Rosemond Tettey shared her least-favorite drugstore shampoosCredit: TikTok @rosebaby40 4Tettey said some shampoos contain drying ingredients and recommended substitutesCredit: TikTok @rosebaby40 The warning comes from TikTok beauty vlogger Rosemond Tettey, who has 42.9k followers on the platform. Tettey took a trip to her local drugstore, where she pointed out the shampoos she avoided buying. "These all contain non-water-soluble silicones, full of sulfates that can make your hair dry," the blogger claimed. She also said that the products have "harsh fragrance" that can cause allergic reactions for some users. READ MORE BEAUTY TIPSHAIR-RISING You’re washing your hair ALL wrong - and it’s bad news if you love shampooSKKN DEEP I bought the entire SKKN by Kim collection – something really bothered me Tettey listed seven...
    VLADIMIR PUTIN'S £500million megayacht could escape the harbour where it is being kept - as Italian police say they are STILL investigating its links to the Russian tyrant. Despite calls for the decadent ship to be seized, the boss of the company overseeing its refit said today it is technically free to go. 10Vladimir Putin's £500 million megayacht could escape the harbour where it is being keptCredit: Tom van Oossanen 10The Scheherazade is believed to be owned by Russian tyrant Vladimir PutinCredit: pixel8000 10It is believed that despite the maintenance work the ship is still seaworthy but is trapped in a dry dock in Marina Di Carrara in western ItalyCredit: Getty The glittering Scheherazade is currently in a dry dock in Marina Di Carrara in western Italy undergoing maintenance work. The Sun exclusively revealed pictures of the shockingly opulent interiors of the vessel earlier this week. Giovanni Costantino, CEO of The Italian Sea Group, which is overseeing the repairs in their marina, said work is continuing on the boat. When asked if the floating mansion belonged to Putin, Costantino said:...
    After experiencing the driest January and February in recorded history, the Bay Area is expected to see some light rainfall overnight and early next week. A new storm system is expected to soak the Pacific Northwest but will be much weaker in the Bay Area — as most of the recent systems have behaved so far this year. The Bay Area is forecast to receive its first light dousing of rain Saturday night and then again Monday night into Tuesday morning, likely accumulating less than a tenth of an inch of rain, according to Rick Canepa, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service. The Sierra Nevada is also forecast to get a couple of inches of snow, he said. Related Articles More rain is heading to the Bay Area this weekend. How measurable will it be? Rain storms return to the Bay Area, with showers to linger into the weekend Bay Area storm tracker map: Where the rain is now Upcoming storms to dump rain, possible hail onto the Bay Area this week...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- In California, you pay big bucks for blue skies and sunshine filled days like we had today in San Jose.But this morning, ABC7 News Meteorologist Drew Tuma explained why it's not necessarily always a good thing."This is our 49th day in a row without a drop of rain in San Jose," Tuma said. "So, that is the record longest stretch in our winter season that we have not seen a drop of rain in parts of the South Bay. So you can see how dry it has been this winter season."RELATED: Western U.S. megadrought worsens to driest in at least 1,200 years EMBED More News Videos Monday's study says the megadrought is now the worst-case scenario officials and scientists worried about in the 1900s. "In general, January and February are supposed to be our wettest months of the year," Santa Clara Valley Water District Chairperson Gary Kremen said. "January and February to date have been the driest months on record."The last time we saw rainfall in San Jose was back in late December.Meteorologists say an...
    YOUR washing machine can easily accumulate grime, especially around the seal where there can be excess water. But savvy cleaning fans have got a solution for you, that you may not have tried before. 1Have you been cleaning out your washing machine all wrong? Check out these tips to find outCredit: Getty On a popular, Mrs Hinch inspired, cleaning Facebook group, one woman posed a question to fellow community members. Philippa Rose said: “Washing machine keeps holding water here at end of each wash. “I’ve checked pipes at back and emptied the filter - any tips - thanks.” It wasn't long before fellow Facebook users jumped in to share their advice for ditching the gunk. But there was one tip that most of us don't do, but we definitely should. One person said: “I always dry mine with kitchen roll and leave a piece at the bottom of the seal, and leave the door open.” Most read in LifestyleSNAP BACK New Year pic 'convinced paranoid Harry that Queen & William were against him'AGE OLD TALE I have...
    ASTEROIDS and viruses could be weaponised by invading aliens hellbent on colonising Earth to bleed the planet dry of its resources, according to a wild new theory. Professor Paul Springer, from the US Air Command and Staff College in Alabama, spoke to Sun Online about a theoretical extraterrestrial attack. 3 The expert, who specialises in the changing face of war, said it's likely probes would be sent ahead of the invaders from beyond our solar system to scope out Earth. Renewed interest in UFOs has surged following the publication of a landmark Pentagon report in June that saw the US admit for the first time there is something in their skies they cannot explain. And the Congress and Senate have now voted through a plan for a new dedicated UFO office to probe the phenomena. But should aliens actually invade, Prof Springer believes they would colonise planet Earth in an eerie echo of how Europeans colonised the Americas 300 years ago, with resources bled dry and indigenous people wiped out.  He told The Sun Online: “You have...
    MASCARA is a staple in many of our make-up bags, but one expert has warned that the magic wand could be causing 'mucus fishing syndrome'. If you've ever been removing your makeup and experienced a string-like substance in your eye, then you shouldn't pull it out, Dr Anthony Youn said. 2Putting mascara on is a daily ritual for many, but it could be causing a strange health condition, one expert has warnedCredit: Getty - Contributor 2Dr Anthony Youn said that the more you pull out the mucus from your eye, the more it will returnCredit: tiktok/tonyyounmd Posting to TikTok, Dr Youn, who has 7.3 million followers and 222.1 million likes, responded to a clip in which a woman is pulling out black mucus from her eye. He said: "This is called mucus fishing syndrome and this is mucus that you pull out of your eyelid. "The more you pull, the more it keeps coming back. "It's turned dark because of mascara, it is not a piece of hair." The reason more mucus is produced each time is because each time...
    SOLDIERS could be brought in to deliver petrol to dried-up filling stations as the fuel crisis continues. Boris Johnson has been urged to "act now" as thousands of Brits panic buy at petrol stations across the country, seeing fights break out on forecourts. 4Soldiers could be driving a different kind of tank than they're used to if the Prime Minister agrees to enlist the help of the militaryCredit: Getty 4Petrol stations across the country have ran out of fuel due to a shortage in tanker driversCredit: Getty Now the army could be drafted in to help drive fuel tankers to stations if the Prime Minister signs off on Operation Escalin. It would see "several hundred soldiers" operate the HGVs in a bid to replenish pumps - if ministers manage to persuade the PM - but it could begin up to 10 days after they get the green light. Boris would likely offer up the government's reserve fleet of petrol tankers too so the country can get back on track. The proposal is under "active consideration", a government source...
    MANCHESTER CITY could line up with both Harry Kane and Cristiano Ronaldo by the end of the transfer window next week. Reports in France sensationally revealed on Tuesday night that Ronaldo, 36, is trying to engineer a move to the Etihad Stadium as he looks for a route out of Juventus. 3Here is how Man City could line up with Ronaldo and Kane And he could end up in the same team as Tottenham talisman Kane if Pep Guardiola's men can get a £150million deal done for the England captain. The superstar duo would come into a squad that is already jam-packed with attacking talent. Riyad Mahrez, Phil Foden, Ferran Torres, Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin de Bruyne and Bernardo Silva all played their part in firing Man City to the Premier League title last season. And they have already brought in £100m record signing Jack Grealish, who got off the mark with his first goal at the weekend. The additions of Ronaldo and Kane would undoubtedly make them one of the most formidable sides in world football. But both deals...
    Authorities in Portland, Oregon are warning protesters that some of the devices used in demonstrations, such as Molotov cocktails and fireworks, could spark fires while the state is bedeviled by dry and windy conditions. As KATU-TV reported, protests have occurred almost nightly in the city since the death of George Floyd on May 25, and some of those have turned violent. Demonstrators have thrown Molotov cocktails at police, for example, or launched fireworks at them. In other cases, they’ve set fires to mattresses or the contents of dumpsters. For example, according to a KGW-TV report, on Sunday night firefighters battled mattress fires in at least two locations in the city. Further, police arrested at least one person holding a glass jar filled with an unidentified flammable liquid, while another detainee had a dish soap bottled filled with a flammable liquid, with a wick attached to it. Meanwhile, conditions in the region are right for fires to spread quickly, warned Rob Garrison with Portland Fire and Rescue. “With this high wind, there’s an extreme possibility for us to have a very...
    Firefighters throughout Northern California raced to get a better grip on the massive wildfires burning around the Bay Area on Sunday. But the predicted evening arrival of erratic winds and dry lightning  threatened to spark new blazes, and propel the massive existing fires on multiple fronts, toward homes and communities across much of Northern California. Forecasters warn the dangerous weather that arrived Sunday evening, a remnant of a hurricane that hit the coast of Baja California, will be much like the line of thunderstorms that sparked California’s current wildfire crisis a week ago. It was the latest way that weather conditions have confounded efforts of fire crews in the Bay Area, who had just started to make progress containing the three major fire complexes burning in the region. “We make a gain in one place and we have a loss in another,” said Chad Costa, a battalion chief with the Petaluma Fire Department charged with holding a nine-mile line to keep the Walbridge Fire in Sonoma County from sweeping into Healdsburg. The storm system’s winds from the southwest threatened to...
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