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    HOW do you put on your bra? One lingerie expert warned that certain methods might make getting dressed easier, but could ruin your clothes. There are three common ways of putting on a bra that can damage your lingerie and cost you money, so avoid them and try the expert-approved method instead. 5Nicola Crook is the CEO of a lingerie store, Bras and HoneyCredit: TikTok/nicolacrookonline 5Putting on a bra by stepping into it is one way to damage the lingerie, Crook saidCredit: TikTok/nicolacrookonline Nicola Crook is the CEO of lingerie store Bras and Honey, and on TikTok, she busts common bra myths for her 26k followers. In a recent clip, Crook revealed that common methods for putting on the lingerie item are "guaranteed ways of damaging a bra." Crook warned against "the three worst ways to put on your bra and cause maximum damage." First up was the step-in method. To demonstrate, she hooked a bra before putting it onto her body, then stepped into the center like it was a pair of pants. READ MORE ABOUT FASHIONSUPPORTING THE GIRLS...
    BAKING HOT weather impacts us all in different ways – but it's your iPhone you should really be worrying about. As the mercury skyrockets during the UK heatwave, many may find their smartphones overheating more often than usual. 2Hot weather can force your iPhone to temporarily shut down while it cools offCredit: Apple Brits are baking in brutal temperatures of up to 33C this week – and face another eight days of scorching temperatures. A "danger to life" amber warning has been issued by the Met Office, with "exceptionally high" temperatures likely. But that's not the only warning, as iPhone owners need to take special care of their gadgets. Overheating can cause your smartphone to temporarily shut down – and can also damage your battery. Read more about iPhoneRED HOT DEAL iPhone 12 selling FAST with £60 off this Prime DayWATCH IT! iPhone owners get HUGE free upgrade – and it's amazing if you like YouTube Here are seven ways to protect your smartphone – be it an iPhone or Android handset – in hot weather. The list was put together by software-making firm Bespoke Software. 1....
    HANGING on to the same trusty straighteners you've had for years might be doing more harm than good. You might think you're saving money by still using the same ones that you got for Christmas ages ago, but your hair is probably begging for a change. 2Your heat tools are probably way past their bestCredit: Getty It turns out that as time goes on, the plates of your straighteners get damaged and can cause some nasty damage to your locks. Hair pro Fabio Scalia explained to Marie Claire that scratches on the heat plates of your straighteners can be a big red flag. Although they're probably just from everyday wear and tear, they can burn and damage your precious strands. It's a good idea to give your straighteners a little MOT every couple of months to make sure they're still in top condition. Read more on hair tipsHAIR THIS I'm a beauty pro & you've been curling your hair wrong, you don't even need heatHAIR ME OUT I'm a hairstylist and the curls you put in your hair says SO much...
    During an interview with NPR on Tuesday released on Wednesday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken responded to a question on whether the U.S. can isolate China the way it has isolated Russia if it has to by stating “China’s already on the wrong side of history” in the conflict in Ukraine and if China were to provide material support to Russia, “that would be even worse. It’s something we’re looking very carefully at. But I think this is doing real damage to China reputationally” around the world. Host Steve Inskeep asked, [relevant exchange begins around 5:20]  “Are the United States and its European allies capable of isolating China in the way that you’ve isolated Russia if China were to aid Russia beyond some certain point?” Blinken responded, “Well, China’s already on the wrong side of history when it comes to Ukraine and the aggression being committed by Russia. The fact that it has not stood strongly against it, that it has not pronounced itself against this aggression flies in the face of China’s commitments as a permanent member of the...
    SHANE DUFFY and Robert Sanchez reportedly had to be 'separated' following a half-time bust-up during Brighton's defeat to Burnley. The Seagulls suffered a shock 3-0 defeat to the relegation battlers on Saturday afternoon, with goals from Wout Weghorst, Josh Brownhill and Aaron Lennon doing the damage. 3Brighton suffered a 3-0 defeat to Burnley on Saturday afternoonCredit: Reuters 3Shane Duffy and Robert Sanchez were involved in an on-the-field spat in the first-half and reportedly rowed in the tunnelCredit: PA Duffy and Sanchez almost came to blows in the first half after getting in the way of each other as they attempted to clear a long ball into the box. Sanchez fumed at Duffy, who responded by SHOVING the keeper his in the chest. Words were exchanged in the tunnel and another clash quickly ensued, with the pair's team-mates eventually intervening. And according to the Daily Mail, their scuffle caused some damage to a wall. Seagulls chief Graham Potter was far from...
    A woman has gone viral on TikTok with a handy technique showing how to get rid of split ends at home.  American TikTok user Meyin Leda explained in the video she discovered the technique five years ago and hasn't looked back.  The method involves sectioning off the hair into 1in-wide sections.  The section is then 'bent' over a finger, causing the split ends in the sections to spring upwards and making them easy to cut.  @meyinleda I cut my own hair once every 6 months????????‍♀️ #hairhacktiktoks #cuttinglifehacks #cuttingownhair #cuttingyourhair #splitendscut #hairgrowthhack #hair ♬ good 4 u - Olivia Rodrigo American TikTok user Meyin Leda explained in the video she discovered the technique five years ago and hasn't looked back  The method involves sectioning off the hair into 1in-wide sections. The section is then 'bent' over a finger, causing the split ends in the sections to spring upwards and making them easy to cut  The idea proved a hit with followers, who said it would save them a trip to the hairdressers. The video has racked up 150,000 likes. The video,...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden on Monday announced he will travel to Kentucky later on this week to survey damage from tornadoes and severe storms.According to a pool report, Biden said during a briefing on the storm with homeland security officials he is working with the governor to make sure he is not in the way of recovery efforts. He'll head to the state on Wednesday.The White House confirmed the trip and said in a statement he will travel to Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, for a storm briefing, and to Mayfield and Dawson Springs to survey storm damage.Biden has spoken with Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear multiple times since the storms and told reporters Saturday he intended to make the trip."I said, 'I'll be happy to come, but I don't want to be in the way.' When a President shows up, he shows up with an awful lot of personnel, an awful lot of vehicles, an awful lot of -- we can get in the way unintentionally. And so, what I'm working with the governor of Kentucky and others who may want me to...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday requested a presidential disaster declaration for Maryland after tornadoes and flash floods spawned by the remnants of Hurrican Ida affected or damaged over a hundred homes and businesses. Specifically, Hogan requested a major disaster declaration for Anne Arundel and Cecil counties, and a Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for all 23 Maryland counties and Baltimore City. READ MORE: Baltimore Police Make Attempted Murder Arrest In Summer Shooting The declaration would pave the way for federal funding and resources to those affected by the extreme weather in Anne Arundel and Cecil counties. At least 142 homes and businesses were affected or damaged by the storm in the two counties, according to a joint assessment by the state and FEMA. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 42 Hospitalized Within The Last 24 Hours, 11 New Deaths Reported “As our communities continue to recover from the devastation caused by Ida, we have been coordinating closely with local officials to assess the damage and provide whatever support we can,” said Governor Hogan. “We are requesting a presidential disaster...
    New Mexico official takes aim at oil, gas bond requirements On our own terms: How scholars of color are correcting the narrative of national tragedies Dealing damage within 30 seconds of landing from the Battle Bu might sound like a tough challenge, but there are a couple of ways you can make this much easier. As one of the challenges for Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 Week 10, it is worth doing it to add another 24,000 XP to your battle pass. © Provided by GamePur The first way is to just drop in at any area that you feel will be busy. Most of the POIs tend to be quite busy at the start of the map, or any area where people will need to complete challenges like The Spire. Just follow other people down from the bus, land beside them, and then start a good old fashion harvesting tool match. If you are lucky, you can land directly on top of a weapon that has spawned as ground loot and be in a great position to...
    DOMINO’S threatened to SACK a teenage delivery driver for “non-attendance” after he suffered brain damage in a crash on his way home from a shift.  Thomas Mabbitt, 18, was involved in a road accident which saw him admitted to St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London. 6Thomas Mabbitt, 18, received an email from his boss at Domino's saying he had been fired as he lay in hospital with brain damageCredit: Kennedy News 6His furious mum has slammed the pizza delivery giant for their behaviourCredit: Kennedy News 6The teen was riding back from his job on February 3 when he was involved in the collisionCredit: Kennedy News The teen was riding back from his job on February 3 when he was involved in the collision - which left him him with a brain bleed.  Mum Julie Mabbitt rushed to his bedside before alerting Domino’s about the accident the following day. Once Thomas awoke two weeks later, he texted them the awful news that he was facing rehab due to brain damage. Despite sending a third update on his condition on February 19,...
    They say when life gives you lemons, make a gin and tonic (or something like that). For me, life gave me skin issues.  You name it, I've had it. From eczema, hives and psoriasis, to rosacea, dermatitis and acne breakouts, there are few skin conditions I haven't endured. In my younger days I was often filled with despair at the state of my skin. That's why I became a dermatologist — to heal myself. Now 47 and a mother-of-two, I marvel at how baby-soft my skin looks and feels. I'm amazed at its ability to renew itself, and when I wake up in the morning with beautifully clear, dewy skin, I remind myself how lucky I am. Over 20 years of clinical practice, I've learned the secrets not just to skin problems, but to skin beauty, too. Leading dermatologist Karen Fischer, 47, has revealed her top secrets to skin beauty, as well as skin problems  Leading dermatologist Karen Fischer, 47, has revealed her top secrets to skin beauty, including the foods to eat to make sure your skin is...
    A vet has warned a TikTok trend that involves holding pets 'as a phone' could potentially cause long-term damage to the animal's health.  The craze, which has been taken up by users in the US and the UK, sees the owner lift the pet to their ear, often upside down or in an awkward position, while reenacting a phone conversation from 2001 film The Princess Diaries.  Jessica May, UK lead veterinarian at the video vet service FirstVet, told FEMAIL that she was concerned the pets are often held 'inappropriately' and that the rough handling of the animals could lead to damage to the 'back, skull or spine'.  Meanwhile Canine Behaviour and Training Manager, Janine Pemberthy, of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, said handling pets in such a way is 'distressing' to the animal and puts them 'at risk of being injured'.  @k0uvr I couldn¿t hold it together when he fell off the counter ¿¿ btw this is one of my favorite movies ¿ original sound - maddieyoungman The craze, which has been taken up by users in the US...
    Despite pandemic, Trump promoting July 4th fireworks in DC over mayors objections Where You Can Order Groceries Online With an EBT Card The Right Way to Treat Burns, According to Dermatologists © Getty Images Like so many afflictions and incidents that affect our skin, burns can have both a cosmetic and injurious impact. Beyond the pain of getting a burn, you could be at risk of infection, nerve damage, and mobility limitation, depending on the degree and type of burn; and once the initial health concerns have passed, you're faced with the possibility of discoloration and scarring. While we can make choices to avoid risky behavior — if you've never handled fireworks before, why start now? — some accidents are unavoidable, whether it's losing your grip on a curling wand, being splashed as you move a pot of boiling water, or having a bad experience with a chemical relaxer. Thankfully, there are wise ways to handle a burn in the moment, while it's healing, and if a scar arises. "In my practice, I help rehabilitate old scars regardless of...
    Enbridge to court: State cant override feds pipeline regulation on Line 5 Thousands of Your Favorite Fast Food Locations Could Close There Is a Safe Way to Bleach Your Hair at Home While we love a good DIY beauty treatment, bleaching your hair at home does not fall into the same category as your beloved #SelfCareSunday face mask. This is one process that is typically best handled by professionals at the salon. Yet, times are a-changing and many beauty treatments that were once thought to be salon- or spa-only are now being attempted at home, including bleaching your own hair. © Erstudiostok - Getty Images A step by step guide for how to bleach hair at home safely without damage. Plus, expert tips for bleaching black hair, making hair white, and the best hair bleaching products. Fortunately, there are ways to go lighter — and do it safely. (And by safely, we do not mean using Clorox; that bleach is most definitely not meant for hair!) So for those who just can't resist going the DIY route,...
    The Justice Department's attempt to block the release of John Bolton's tell-all book has been denied.  Judge Royce Lamberth denied the request to block the sale of the former national security adviser's memoir, 'The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir' in a ruling Saturday.   Lamberth, a Reagan appointee, heard arguments Friday over Zoom from Bolton's lawyer Charles Cooper and Deputy Assistant Attorney General David Morrell, representing the government.  This came after the Trump administration sued Bolton on Tuesday in order to postpone the release of his book because of concerns that classified information could be exposed The book was leaked to the media the next day.  It contains a number of explosive claims about President Trump, including that he asked China for help with his re-election bid - a move similar to how Trump interacted with Ukraine, which led to him being impeached.   The Justice Department's attempt to block the release of John Bolton's (left) tell-all book has been denied. The book makes some explosive claims about President Trump (right) The federal judge ruled in favor of...
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