Tuesday, Aug 16, 2022 - 20:46:01
14 results - (0.002 seconds)

actually the same:

latest news at page 1:
1
    SHE'D been hoping to give herself a quick beauty treatment before hopping in the bath. But Courtney Nettleton was left fuming when an incident with her dog led to her accidentally leaving her eyebrow tint on for an HOUR - instead of the recommended three minutes. 5Courtney Nettleton was left fuming when she accidentally left her eyebrow tint on for an HOUR instead of the recommended three minutesCredit: Tiktok 5"I actually don't know what to do," Courtney admittedCredit: Tiktok 5She panicked after removing some of the tint from one of her brows, admitting they were too dark for her likingCredit: Tiktok Taking to her TikTok page to explain what had happened, while sporting brows still covered in the dark black tint, Courtney began: "Guys I’m in such a dilemma and I actually don’t know what to do. "So I tinted my eyebrows and I went downstairs to get a drink and then I was obviously going to wipe the tint off. "But one thing led to another - my dog had bought an actual full on...
    HAVING an unusual name can be tough when you are stuck with it for life. One woman claims her parents called her Cartier Dior Eliasen but she turned it around to her advantage in her career. 2A TikTok user has revealed how her mum named her Cartier Dior EliasenCredit: parisiancowgirl/Tik Tok 2Cartier said she has used her name to her advantage and now works as a fashion designer in Paris - but not everyone in convinced it'll help her careerCredit: parisiancowgirl/Tik Tok TikTok user @parisiancowgirl uploaded a video revealing her unusual moniker. She said: “My mum naming me Cartier Dior. “Me becoming a fashion designer in Paris.” Cartier added in the caption: “im convinced my life is a scripted tv show and this is reason number one.” More on namesNAME GAME People can never pronounce my name - my mom screwed me over when she chose itTRIPLE DIGITS New popular baby names all have something in common - is YOURS on the list? The naming is certainly fitting for someone working in fashion - given Cartier and Dior are two...
    A MUAY Thai fighter has been mocked for his new tattoo after people claimed that it was misspelt.   Jimmy Vienot, 26, was quick to show off his new inking to his adoring fans – only to be told that it actually translated as a rude insult. 4Jimmy Vienot, 26 has been mocked for his new tattooCredit: ViralPress 4Many native Thai speakers suggest the inking actually translates as a rude insultCredit: ViralPress The reigning middleweight kickboxing champion shared a photo of the design that stretches across his forearm. But his tattoo artist appeared to get one letter wrong when inking the "Muay Thai" script into his skin. The Frenchman was soon mocked by fans on social media who were quick to point out how "one small change can make all the difference." Instead of a tribute to the martial art, they claimed that the tattoo actually read “Kuat Thai” which translates to “Thai Dick.” Read more on tattoosFANCY A DATE? Love Island Luca reveals meaning of 1995 tat - and it’s NOT when he was bornTATT HELL I'm desperate to...
    A TATTOO fan who proudly shared a snap of their fresh ink has left social media users in stitches as they say it looks like something rude. The body art lover posted a picture of their tattoo on Instagram with the caption "my tattoo came out pretty sick". 1Social media users think the tattoo looks like something rudeCredit: Reddit But the work has been torn apart by Reddit users after a screenshot was shared on the site. Crude users say the inking - which is thought to be a rose - looks like "a series of vulvas". One commented: "Is it supposed to be a… kitty?" Another said: "Man's stuck with a fish cooter on his arm for the rest of his life." Read more tattoo storiesTAT RIGHT? I cover my baby in 'tattoos' - trolls call me a ‘bad mum’ but I don't careINK HARDER Bizarre tattoo illusion divides opinion…can you work out what it’s meant to say? A third joked: "It’s like magic eye. I see a flower, a fish, and a series of vulvas." It comes after...
    WITH shop shelves full to the brim with make-up and anti-ageing products all promising to give us that 'youthful glow', it can be hard to know what to buy and what advice to follow. This means many of us - in a bid to look and feel younger - try out beauty trends that don't necessarily suit us, which can actually unfortunately have an opposite effect. 7There are key slip-ups most of us do in our quest for a naturally youthful glow, that can actually have the opposite effectCredit: Getty Here, beauty pro and editor of beauty blog Beauty Answers, Melissa Austin, reveals the common mistakes she regularly sees clients make that can actually add years on, instead of taking them off... Lift those lashes You wouldn’t necessarily think that your eyelashes could age your face - but they really can. However, by giving them a little bit of the right TLC, you can ensure you reignite that twinkle in your eye - and the solution is a lot lower maintenance than you'd think. Melissa says: "Flat and...
    GYMS are filled with complicated machines that many of us don’t know how to properly use. But it can be intimidating to ask for help, so sometimes, we kind of just wing it and hope we’re not embarrassing ourselves. 3A fitness expert said most of us are using these weight machines wrongCredit: TikTok 3When she discovered how to properly use this tool, she said she was mind-blownCredit: TikTok One woman, a fitness guru who goes by @YazElChazFit on TikTok, said there’s one tool that almost all of us are using incorrectly at the gym. On any weightlifting machine—like the leg extender or cable cross-over—you can adjust the amount of weight you want to work with.   The little five-pound side weights that we see next to these machines, however, aren’t actually meant to add an extra amount of weight to the load. In the clip, Yaz began: “I was today years old when I found out that this thing is not an extra five-pound weight.” So, what’s the proper use? “It’s actually a bumper that goes between the weights, so...
    UNFORTUNATELY, in this time and age, people should know how to defend themselves in the case of attempted kidnap, rape, or assault. Alysha Flynn, who runs a female running club, shared the ways she keeps safe when running out on her own – and yes, they can be used even when you're not running. 4A woman shared her personal safety hack that any woman can useCredit: TikTok 4She claimed it wasn't about the tools you carry to protect yourself but your confidence to use itCredit: TikTok Taking to TikTok, the fitness coach shared with her followers that she learned an important hack from one of the women she trains who is also a self-defense coach. "It has to be what's best for you as an individual," she began in her video as she herself ran along the tracks by herself. "The tool only works if you're trained, confident, and prepared to use it." She then explained that if, for example, you are carrying pepper spray on your run, you need to have it accessible and you need to be...
    These stunning siblings have gone viral after revealing they are twins despite being born nearly two years apart. Growing up, Sarah Sargent, 18, said she had absolutely no idea that her older sibling Will, 20, was her twin brother until two years ago when her parents officially told them. The siblings were conceived on the same day, at the same time through IVF, from the same batch of embryos - but instead of being implanted at the same time, Sarah was 'kept in the freezer' for a further 18 months. Sarah, from Hobart, Tasmania, shared her incredible story on TikTok, where it rapidly went viral and has since received over nine million views. Growing up, Sarah Sargent, 18, from Tasmania, she had absolutely no idea that her older sibling Will, 20, was her twin brother until two years ago when her parents officially told them Sarah Sargent on the left and her twin brother Will Sargent as children. The siblings were conceived on the same day, at the same time through IVF, from the same batch of embryos ...
    Boarding an airplane back-to-front is 'substantially worse' at preventing the spread of COVID-19 than previous methods, a new study suggests. The practice was adopted by several major airlines - including Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways and United Airlines - to minimize exposure between seated passengers and those entering the plane. But researchers found that this execution can actually double the risk of coming into contact with the virus.  The team, from the University of West Florida, Florida State University and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, said this is because there is very close contact between multiple passengers in the same rows clustering in the aisle as they stow their luggage in the overhead bins. This results in a long line of people going down the length of the plane storing suitcases at the same time rather than just a few people scattered throughout the plane doing so during the typical process when boarding occurs by groups.   A new study finds that boarding an airplane back-to-front doubles the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for passengers compared to random boarding. Pictured: Passengers with face masks boarding...
    Parineeti Chopra is currently awaiting the release of The Girl On The Train and later also has YRF’s Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar in the pipeline. Priyanka Chopra’s darling sister who has not had a Bollywood release for quite some time is finally getting ready to come back in action. Chopra is busy promoting her new Netflix release these days and we recently stumbled upon her style file for the same. Not that we were really in awe of her styling in the past but Parineeti’s recent attempt has certainly managed to raise our eyebrows… and we mean in a good way. The Girl on the Train Trailer: Is Parineeti Chopra a Murderer or Not? Watch the Actress Take You On ‘One Hell of a Ride’. Parineeti’s new pictures see her dressed in a white sweater with a pleated metallic skirt. She has styled her outfit really well by pairing it with smoky eyes, a messy hairdo and a pair of black boots. While the idea of pairing a sweater with a skirt may sound obnoxious, we are actually loving its...
    It turns out that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s character modeling really does follow Nintendo’s Mii format. This means an enterprising modder has figured out a way to get NPCs to look like specific Miis. Twitter user @HEYimHeroic, who has assiduously cataloged more than 100 official Miis on their Mii Library site, discovered over the weekend that Breath of the Wild NPCs “use an advanced version of the Mii format” called UMii. “UMiis have almost all the same parameters as Wii U/3DS Miis, with a few minor differences here and there,” Alice wrote on Reddit on Monday. For the record, there has long been speculation (since the game’s 2017 launch) that Breath of the Wild resorted to the Mii format to build NPCs to populate the game’s vast open world. Alice’s work confirms it, and also reveals that Miis can be directly imported into the game. Hi, Mii expert here. Turns out, the NPCs in TLoZ:BotW use an advanced version of the Mii format. This means that with modding, you can inject Miis into the game....
    Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza commented on systemic racism over the weekend, saying that despite some progress racism "is everywhere, it's almost like the air we breathe." Garcia was speaking with MSNBC's Ali Velshi about the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden and what she and other activists expected. In a previous conversation, Garcia told Velshi she wanted to see Biden tackle: an uprooting of racism in every aspect of daily life, the reallocation of resources and the strengthing of oversight measures for law enforcement agencies.  BLACK LIVES MATTER CALLS FOR 'MONTHLY' STIMULUS CHECKS FOR FAMILIES CRUSHED BY PANDEMIC "Let's talk about that first one, uprooting racism in policing," Velshi said. "You made a really good point the other day. This is racism. It's not the same as bad cops." "So here's the thing about uprooting systemic racism, one it's everywhere. It's almost like the air we breathe," Garza replied. "So that is why we have to actually know what we're looking for in order to not just diagnose the problem but to address it." VideoShe added that racism is about...
    If you listen to the horse race commentators and the national polls they tout, Trump is underperforming his 2016 performance in nearly every demographic and will lose in a landslide. However, if you look at the Real Clear Politics (RCP) polling average of the most critical states, they are roughly in line with where they were in 2016 … when Trump won. Given what we already know about early voting dynamics in some of the critical states, this analysis actually shows that, even according to the same polling baseline of 2016, Trump is very much in the game. Here is a table of key states from 2016 comparing the final RCP polling averages to the final election results. Now let's take the differential in the 2016 RCP average for each state and add the difference to the current RCP state averages for this election. These averages were posted as of 5:00 a.m. ET, November 3, 2020. Even if we assume the exact same bias and that the polls are not more compromised...
    Science for me, but not for thee. We've seen this happen throughout the country. One college kid comes down with the sniffles or milder respiratory infection symptoms than what typically goes around the dormitory during a change in weather. The school immediately tests everyone in the school and discovers an "outbreak" of asymptomatic infections. Then they either shut down the institution or turn all the students into jail inmates. However, there is a group of VIPs who get to live by authentic science: the players of the National Football League. Too bad we don't have top-notch doctors advocating for our children in the same way. Last month, a bombshell New York Times report showed that as many as 90% of the positive results in some states are infections in name only because they don't contain enough viral load to make someone sick or infect anyone. The threshold of amplification in these testing labs is evidently set so high – what is called 40 "cycle thresholds" – that they are detecting what are, for all practical purposes, false...
1