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    A BIKINI waxer has revealed that she can always tell when a client has recently had sex, and it’s leaving some people feeling awkward. TikTok user @lashxwaxsheslays uploaded a video that has racked up 139,000 likes making the revelation. 1A waxer has revealed she can always tell if a client has had sexCredit: tiktok/@lashxwaxsheslays The beauty professional wrote: “When a client comes to get waxed after having seggs (yes we can tell!)" However, far from shaming clients for it, the waxing pro seemed to support people who had had some action. She added in the caption: “live your life sis.” Many people seemed shocked upon learning the news, with one saying: “Omg….please tell me it’s a lieeeee.” More on waxingWAX OFF Beauty pro shares customer's 'hairline wax' - but everyone's saying the same thingWAX ON My inappropriate waxing lady told me I may have a problem as I’m so hairy Another added: “Why did you have tell us”, with one agreeing: “please share how omg I'm embarrassed.” However, many people seemed unbothered, with one commenting: “why are y'all embarrassed? if...
    Former President Donald Trump says the Department of Justice must “immediately” return the documents seized from his office and residence at Mar-A-Lago because of alleged violations of “attorney-client” material and “executive” privileged material. This is, to put it plainly, completely bogus. Once Trump ceased being president, all executive privilege passed from him to President Joe Biden. Only the sitting president can assert executive privilege, and Biden has made it clear that he will not lift a finger to shield Trump (the “FPOTUS”) from prosecution by the Department of Justice. Despite FPOTUS’ claim that the seized documents are covered by attorney-client privilege, no legal statute requires that they be “immediately returned” to him. Rather, his claim starts a lengthy and well-established procedure where the court (in this case, the Southern District of Florida) makes the ultimate determination of the privileged status of any documents. How does the attorney-client privilege review process work? When documents are seized via search warrant, and some of those documents may be covered by attorney-client privilege, the Department of Justice (DOJ) uses a device called a...
    A HAIRDRESSER has revealed the awkward blunders most clients make when visiting the salon. Helen Rose, a hairdresser from the UK explained that while most customers make these mistakes - she would never call them out on it. 3Helen Rose shared the comment blunders clients make at the hair salonCredit: TikTok/@hairbyhelenrose Posting to TikTok, she wrote: "Only hairdressers will feel this pain." "Awkward things clients do that no one talks about," she added. First on Helen's list were clients standing up while the hairdresser is trying to put on the gown. While you may think you are being useful by standing up so they can put the gown on you, it turns out you're not. READ MORE FROM HAIRDRESSERSSPLIT OPINION Hairdresser surprises blonde client with new colour & totally divides opinionHAIR PERFECTION I’m a hairdresser, the 7 step guide to washing your hair the correct way Although getting your hair done can be a relaxing moment, it's not the time to act like you're on the beach. "Putting glasses on with foils," is another mistake clients make while getting their...
    GETTING fake eyelashes done is something that many of us love to do. It’s a proper treat, and not only do you look great afterwards, but you can also have a good natter with your eyelash technician. 1Sherlin Rivera revealed the most disgusting thing she's ever seen when doing someone's eyelashesCredit: TikTok/@blbsherlin An eyelash appointment involves getting up close and personal with a beautician, literally. Well, after getting slightly too close to her client, one beautician took to TikTok to reveal her horror after she had a client come in for an appointment. And she wasn’t shocked at what her client had said or done, it was what was in her eyelashes. Sherlin Rivera, the lash artist, educator and supplier has seen some pretty ghastly things when doing people’s eyelashes, but recently she was left disgusted after she spotted something strange in her client’s eyelashes. Read more real life storiesEYESORE I wanted eyelash extensions to look glam - turns out I’m badly allergicHOLY BROW I shave my eyebrows off every other day - it makes my makeup go on nicer...
    A STRIPPER said that she was already naked when she discovered she actually had a nightmare client in the audience. The dancer claimed in a viral TikTok that she realized far too late she was booked for her brother's bachelor party, and commenters couldn't help but wonder if he noticed as well. 2The exotic dancer, @kendradollx on TikTok, said that she was fully naked when she realized she was performing for her nightmare clientCredit: Instagram 2She said she realized too late that she was performing for her brother's bachelor partyCredit: TikTok The exotic dancer, who goes by @kendradollx on TikTok, posted her story in a video that now has over 10million views. "I ended up being the stripper at my brothers bachelor party and I didn't realized until I was completely naked," Kendra wrote in a text overlay while adding a dizzy-eyed emoji caption. People immediately took to the comments to debate how she could have managed through the awkward situation. "I would've noticed all my brothers friends and most definitely my brother," one user commented, gaining nearly 250,000 likes....
    A former U.S. soldier attempted to plea guilty but mentally ill to the murder of the daughter of a former Kentucky lawmaker whose $6.5 million home he allegedly stalked because he believed it had a fallout shelter.  A judge denied the plea of Shannon Gilday, 23, during his arraignment hearing on Thursday for allegedly shooting dead Jordan Morgan, 32, the former Assistant Commonwealth Attorney and daughter of former Kentucky State Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, 71, on February 22.   Police said Gilday's research into Kentucky homes that contained doomsday bunkers led him to Wesley's home in Richmond, Kentucky, which had an elaborate underground shelter that Wesley, a Republican, had built when Barack Obama became president. Another hearing will be held on Monday to discuss the plea as Gilday's attorney, Tom Griffiths, told the Lexington Herald-Leader that his client is mentally ill and wanted to avoid a lengthy trial and accept culpability for what he's allegedly done.  'It is not good for the victims, and not good for the community,' Griffiths said of the trial. 'It doesn't serve anybody, and rather than put everyone...
    A hair salon client was injured when a pickup truck went into the building causing a gas leak in western Pennsylvania, police say. The crash happened in the 700 block of Chartiers Avenue into Serenity Styles Hair Salon in McKees Rocks in the afternoon on Friday, May 13, the outlet reports. Two people were hospitalized as a result of the crash, the driver and the customer, authorities say, The driver had a medical event that caused them to lose control of their vehicle, according to Mckees Rocks police.  The gas leak has been resolved and the roadway reopened after the pick-up was towed.
    MORE than 42million people currently rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps. With April around the corner, it's important to check your state's SNAP benefits schedule. 1More than 42million people currently rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Food stamps, or SNAP, can be used to help pay for groceries, including fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, breads, cereals, and snacks. The money is provided through an electronic benefits transfer (EBT) card, which is used like a debit card at authorized retail stores. Benefits are paid on a specific day each month, depending on your state. Below we outline when each state deposits SNAP benefits into accounts in April. Read more on food stampsFAST HELP These 14 states are giving out extra food stamp money of at least $95 in AprilCUT OFF The states no longer offering extra $95 food stamps as emergency benefits end Alabama In Alabama, there are currently about 260,883 households receiving SNAP benefits. These households can expect to receive their benefits this month between April 4-23. ...
    MORE than 42million people currently rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Food stamps can be used to help groceries, including fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, breads, cereals, and snacks. 142million people currently rely on SNAP benefitsCredit: Getty The money is provided through an electronic benefits transfer (EBT) card, which is used like a debit card at authorized retail stores. Benefits are paid on a specific day each month, depending on your state. Below we outline when each state deposits SNAP benefits into accounts in March. Alabama In Alabama, there are currently about 260,883 households receiving SNAP benefits. These households can expect to receive their benefits this month between March 4–23. Most read in MoneyCHECK PLEASE Bonus $1,500 stimulus payments going out NOW - check if you will get the cashCASH BOOST Social Security recipients could get huge EITC tax credit THIS YEARCOLA CASH Exact date new $1,658 checks will arrive revealed as maximum boost hits $4,194CASH COMING New $175 checks per child on the way as $8,000 benefit available to families Alaska SNAP benefits...
    MORE than 41.5million people are set to receive a new round of food stamps, known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), this month. SNAP provides a monthly allowance to eligible low-income individuals and families to buy healthy food. 1Benefits are paid on a specific day each month, depending on your state The money is provided through an electronic benefits transfer (EBT) card, which is used like a debit card to buy food at authorized retail stores. SNAP is the largest federal nutrition assistance program. Benefits are paid on a specific day each month, depending on your state. You must apply for SNAP in the state in which you live. Each state has a different application form and process. We outline when each state deposits SNAP benefits into eligible accounts in February. Most read in moneyBIG BUCKS Supplemental Security Income 2022 payment – Disability checks sent in 10 DAYSMEAL DEAL How to apply for EBT and SNAP food stamp payments as emergency $1,504 boost sentCASH COMING February dates for COLA as next automatic checks to be sent in...
    A HAIRDRESSER has revealed that some customers pop into her salon on their lunch break and request a service that usually takes an hour to be done in 20 minutes. China Allred from Texas, US, said that clients get so angry at her when she is unable to squeeze a wash, cut and blow-dry in, during their break from work. 2The hairdresser was asked to do the impossible Taking to her TikTok account, China reenacted a conversation with one client who rushed into the salon in a panic explaining she needed the service completed and out the door in twenty minutes. Posting under the domain @chinaarae she captioned the post "We are never going to hurry CUTTING your hair to get you out faster." Rushing to the seat the client said: "OK I'm ready, can we get started? I'm on my lunch break, I've gotta hurry I don't have any time. I need to be outta here in like 20 minutes." China said: "OK, you're down for a haircut, that's a shampoo, cut, and a style. That could take up to an hour....
    A TEAM of professional waxers explained what they are thinking when they have to wax someone who is seriously overweight. The women, who work at American wax shop Doll Haus, took to TikTok to explain that waxing is "one size fits all" 1A team of waxers from Dolls Haus explained how they feel when they get an overweight clientCredit: dollhausbeauty/TikTok The women wanted to make the empowering video after they received a comment from a larger woman. The comment said: "I'm not afraid of breaking the table, I'm afraid of someone being disgusted by me." The professional waxers uploaded their response with the caption: "Hey sis...we are ready to help show just how powerful and beautiful you truly are." In the short video, the camera cuts to four different women who each share their thoughts to the woman. One said: "You don't need to worry about how you look when you come get waxed. "I can only speak for myself and my team, but our shop is a judgement-free zone. Waxing is one size fits all and everyone...
    ONE estate agent has revealed the most ridiculous demands she gets from clients - with some even calling her up late at night. Cass. a real estate agent in Austin Texas, revealed that one client text her at night to say that there was an emergency issue at the house she just bought, which turned out to be just a lightbulb that needed changing. 2Cass was confused to get the callCredit: @atx.realestate/Tiktok Taking to her TikTok account, Cass shares the incident where she called a client who panicked immediately after being told that there was an "emergency" issue. Posting under the domain @atx.realestate, Cass reenacted the incident with the client, in a post, she captioned "I’ll need some extra melatonin tonight." "Karen has an emergency," says Cass as she calls the client and asks: "Hey Karen, is everything OK? I got your text that you have an emergency" to which the client responded: "There's a lightbulb out at the house." Confused, Cass responded saying: "A lightbulb" to which the client responded: "Ya, someone needs to come to fix this." FABULOUS...
    John Durham pushed back on Michael Sussmann’s claims that former FBI general counsel James Baker undermined the special counsel’s false statements indictment against the Democratic lawyer, contending evidence from five government employees, including Baker, supports the charge. The indictment against Sussmann centers on a Sept. 19, 2016, meeting between him and Baker in which Sussmann pushed debunked allegations of a secret back channel between Russia’s Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization. Durham contends that while Sussmann told Baker he was not working for any particular client, Sussmann was secretly doing the bidding of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and billing his services to her, as well as working on behalf of technology executive Rodney Joffe. Sussmann denies misleading the FBI and pleaded not guilty . As part of its effort to push for an early May 2022 trial date instead of the late July 2022 trial date preferred by prosecutors, Sussmann’s team claimed on Monday that last week, Durham’s team handed over documents about Baker’s statements about the 2016 meeting that it said “directly contradict the Special Counsel’s allegation...
    GETTING a bikini wax can be nerve-wracking, awkward and uncomfortable, but have you ever wondered what your waxer is thinking? Beauticians and professional waxers are always pointing out how they’ve seen and SMELT it all. 2A professional waxer has taken to TIkTok to reveal her secret hack for when a client smellsCredit: @thepubestylist/Tiktok One bikini waxer from Chicago has taken to TikTok to reveal the secret trick she uses when a client comes in with a bad smell. It’s really simple but very clever. The professional waxer, aka ‘thepubestylist’ shared her hack to TikTok. She was asked ‘The real question is what do you do with a client with a foul smell?’ to which she uploaded the video with the caption ‘You got 2 options here. Lighting a candle in your treatment room helps too.’ She said: “How to deal with other people’s body odour…I either hold my breath a lot, or, I have a little trick that my best friends’ wife taught me. “She does this because she’s in the medical field. Most read in LifestyleROYAL RAGER Prince Harry...
    WORKING as a beauty therapist you are bound to get yourself into a few, ahem, hairy situations. However, one beautician was left horrified after discovering something particularly horrific during a bikini wax. 1A bikini waxer has shared the horrifying thing she discovered in one woman's pantsCredit: Getty Australian radio station KIIS FM recently asked listeners to call in with their “most outrageous thing you saw at work” — and it’s safe to say, the woman delivered. “I’m a beauty therapist and to be honest the most outrageous thing that I have ever come across is a dead moth wrapped up in someone’s (private area),” the woman named Paige told the hosts Will and Woody. “We just come across these things when you have to do intimate waxing with people. “I’d say it was probably because she hadn’t had it for a long time. A lot longer than a month or so.” The boys, who couldn’t quite believe what they were hearing, began to scream hysterically while repeatedly saying “Oh God”. Footage of their reaction was also shared to their TikTok,...
    A LASH technician has left people fuming after appearing to cut off a client's lashes when they refused to pay. Cherie Villa, who shared videos on TikTok as The Lash Girl, said that the 'client' didn't like the full set of lashes they were given so refused to pay for them. 5Cherie said she chopped of a client's lashes when they refused to pay 5People were outraged and called her unprofessional Instead of letting the 'new client' walk out with a free set of lashes, the lash expert proceeds to chop off them off, including the real set underneath. People in the comments went berzerk dubbing her unprofessional insisting she was "wrong" for what she did. "That's just unprofessional. Why would you cut her real lashes," one person fumed. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Another wrote: "I smell a lawsuit.. I'm a lash tech and I would NEVER." "I know she did something wrong but this is absolutely not okay," announced a third. While many others demanded to...
    A JEWELLERY business owner was left stunned when a woman claimed her boyfriend used her credit card to buy his mistress a gift from her company. The owner of DBL Jewelry posted a video on TikTok showing how the woman got in touch when she saw the unusual necklace order on her card statement.  5A businesswoman said she was contacted by a woman who said her boyfriend had bought necklaces using her credit cardCredit: TIKTOK/@dbljewelry 5In the video, she showed a number of jewellery pieces with the word Diamond on them - not the woman's name AshleyCredit: TIKTOK/@dbljewelry The entrepreneur wrote on the @dbljewelry account: “Guys I just received an email from a customer. “Her BF used her credit card to buy these necklaces.” In the video, she showed a number of jewellery pieces with the word “Diamond” on them.  The TikTok user continued: “But her name is Ashley. He didn’t realise she got the confirmation email. “He also got an anklet with his initial on it. “They are being shipped to his house.” In order to help out the...
    GETTING A massage can be a nerve-wracking experience - especially if it’s your first time - but have you ever wondered what your massage therapist is thinking?  Professional massage therapists are always pointing out how they’ve seen it all - and not to worry - but they are still human. 2Massage therapist Sally Chamness reveals what massage therapists are thinking during your treatmentCredit: David Ho Just like the rest of us, they have odd thoughts that pop into their heads while they’re getting down to business.  We’ve spoken to an expert to find out what they’re really thinking and she revealed some of the things that.  Massage therapist Sally Chamness admits there’s nothing better than seeing a client experience pain relief for the first time in a long time.  The massage expert, who has been the Clinic Director of Phoenix Health and Wellness since July 2010, said there are some things that professionals think about when working. She said: “I am a massage therapist based in central Scotland. When the treatment room gets quiet, a massage therapist's mind can run...
    EVERYONE wants fuller, more fluttery eyelashes - but the reality of unhygienic lash extensions isn’t so pretty. A lash technician shared a video of one client who didn’t keep her lashes clean, and the results are vile. 3When lashes are unclean, build-up appears and makes lashes too heavyCredit: TikTok/@ipsbeauty 3Ipek warned that you must clean your lashes every dayCredit: TikTok/@ipsbeauty Tiktok user and lash tech Ipek shared the video and told her viewers exactly why you must clean your lash extensions daily. In the clip, she said: “So what exactly happens when you don’t clean your eyelash extensions? “The build-up of makeup and oil cause the extensions to fuse together. Extensions will get too heavy for the natural lash.” As is clearly shown in the grim video, the lash extensions then start to damage the natural lashes and become detached.  She captioned the warning: “It’s for your own safety.” The video has racked up over 100,000 views, and people were horrified by the dirty lashes.  Most read in LifestyleREIGN IT IN Meghan Markle WARNED about 'massively extravagant' spending as 'public...
    Mark Levin discussed the U.S. legal system’s treatment of former President Donald Trump Sunday on "Life, Liberty & Levin," asking, "What happens when one individual, a prominent individual, is focused on and targeted by an entire political party, including their prosecutors?"  "We’re used to seeing that sort of thing in the old Soviet Union or the modern-day Russia under Putin," Levin noted.  "We’re used to seeing that sort of thing happen in communist China and in other totalitarian regimes. But what if we were to tell you it’s happening in the United States of America as I speak?"  CNN'S DON LEMON ADVISES MEDIA TO LEAVE TRUMP ALONE, WHILE CNN CONTINUES TO CLOSELY FOCUS ON HIM Levin noted that historically, after an election, those in power don’t "chase down" defeated candidates to "punish" or "destroy them." But, he said, "That is exactly what’s happening to former Donald Trump."  Levin noted that at the heart of the American justice system is the "right to competent counsel," but for Trump, "it doesn’t seem to matter." "Doesn’t his counsel have a right to attorney-client...
    With the U.S. economy grappling with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, investment advisers are seeing the ripple effects. Some clients fear losing everything they’ve built. For some, the threat of bankruptcy is a reality, while for others, even the remote possibility of going broke stirs feelings of dread. Advisers face a tricky challenge in aiding these anxious clients. On one hand, they have a responsibility to prepare individuals for the worst — and devise a plan if the money runs out. But in their effort to assist clients in desperate financial straits, they risk coming on too strong. Facing the likelihood of losing it all can prove immobilizing. Rushing to draft a detailed strategy and offer technical advice will backfire if a client isn’t ready to listen. First, an adviser needs to show concern and gather information. “Maybe the client is treading water with their anxiety,” said Meghaan Lurtz, a senior research associate at Kitces.com, which provides education and resources for financial planners. “Part of an adviser’s job is to be there while they tread” and serve as a...
    The attorney for a former Atlanta police officer facing a charge of felony murder in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks last week told "The Ingraham Angle" in an exclusive interview Wednesday that several claims made by the district attorney when he announced the charges were "not true." Lance LoRusso also told host Laura Ingraham that he was "kind of getting tired of people saying that Mr. Brooks was running away. "Mr. Brooks was not running away," he said. "Mr. Brooks turned and offered extreme violence toward a uniformed law enforcement officer. If he was able to deploy the Taser, it would incapacitate Officer [Garrett] Rolfe through his body armor, and at that point, if he decided to disarm another officer, he would be in possession of a firearm." Host Laura Ingraham told LoRusso that Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard Jr. appeared to emphasize the early part of the encounter in which Brooks is seen speaking cordially with Rolfe -- LoRusso's client -- and Devin Brosnan, rather than the later scuffle with the officers in which Brooks steals one of their...
    A cyclist is wanted for assaulting people putting up signs along the Capital Crescent Trail. (Courtesy NBC Washington) Anthony Brennan III, of Kensington, Maryland, was on his way to see a priest and a lawyer when he first learned he was a suspect in the assault of three teenagers posting flyers protesting the death of George Floyd on the Capital Crescent Trail, in Montgomery County, WTOP has learned. Charging documents and an interview with a defense attorney for Brennan paint a detailed picture of what led to Brennan’s arrest on Friday. Brennan was seen on a widely-circulated video of the June 1 bike trail incident, allegedly grabbing flyers and a roll of blue painters’ tape from the arm of a slight 19-year-old female, taunting the trio, and eventually charging his bicycle at an 18-year-old male, knocking him down, as he was videotaping the incident. Brennan was charged Friday with three counts of misdemeanor second-degree assault, and was released early Saturday on a $5,000 unsecured personal bond. Attorney Andrew Jezic, who is representing Brennan with co-counsel David Moyse, said he was...
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