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    SHOPPING: Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com will earn an affiliate commission. It’s estimated that some 80 million people in the United States alone suffer from some form of hair loss. There are many different causes, from heredity to hormonal issues to pulling the hair back too tight. Many products purportedly target the problem, but Happy Head is a proprietary topical blend that combines the benefits of prescription-grade finasteride with minoxidil, yielding a powerful, one-step solution to your hair loss woes. Happy Head  A subscription to Happy Head could be just what you need to finally see results and see some real growth.  It’s a contract-free plan, so you can give it a test drive to see how well you like it. You’ll receive a consultation with a licensed dermatologist, a freshly blended solution delivered straight to your doorstep every month, and regular access to doctors for support.  $79/month  ShopTopical Happy Head is prepared just for you, so you can...
    A WOMAN who was dress-coded at work doesn’t understand what was wrong with her attire. Secretary Anna Romanova thought she had picked a cute outfit for the office one day – but the HR department disagreed. 2Secretary Anna Romanova thought she had picked a cute outfit for the office one day – but the HR department disagreedCredit: TikTok/@imannaromanovaaa Posting to TikTok (@imannaromanovaaa), she revealed the look that got her reprimanded earlier that day. “Guess who got in trouble from HR again for ‘inappropriate work attire,’” she said, admitting that it wasn’t the first time she faced this problem. Her black leather mini skirt was tight enough to show off her small waist and her curves. She paired it with sheer black tights and stilettos that flattered her legs. READ MORE ON DRESS CODEDNSFW? I got dress coded at work over my backside - everyone agrees with my bossSTYLE COPS I got dress-coded at work and I’m so annoyed - my outfit wasn't ‘inappropriate’ As for her top, it was a bit sexier than the usual work attire. The silk, teal...
    In this article METAFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTZoom In IconArrows pointing outwardsInstagram gives you more control over what you see.InstagramInstagram on Thursday launched a new set of features that helps you manage what you see in your feed and silence notifications. The changes on Instagram, which include the option to hide posts containing any keywords users choose (such as "fitness" or "diets"), appear to seek to address concerns raised by policymakers about the platform's impact on teens in the wake of internal documents shared by former Meta employee Frances Haugen. The new settings include Quiet mode, which allows users to set a customized schedule to silence Instagram notifications and auto-respond to direct messages (DMs). The app will automatically prompt teens to enable quiet mode when they spend a "specific amount of time" browsing the app at night. Instagram announced parental controls in 2021, but the platform is now taking steps to allow further control over user feeds — and to give parents more insight into their children's Instagram habits. Users will now be able to filter out posts with...
    "This is what our country's about," Kreischer continued. "North Dakota showed the f*** up!" Pehl was glad to help and regretted only that he could not stay with the comedy group longer, but there was more work to be done. "I wish I would have had more time to visit, but I had to get back to snow removal," Pehl said while still plowing snow on Friday morning. And Pehl wasn't the only North Dakotan to answer the call. Several others showed up with shovels, plows, and liquor to save the bus and spread the cheer. Kreischer made sure to share their faces and, in some cases, the names of local businesses like Dan’s Supermarket to give credit to those who helped and to spread the word about the good people of North Dakota. Their generous, neighborly spirit was not lost on Kreischer, who is originally from St. Petersburg, Florida, but who now lives in Los Angeles with his family. "This is my Joe Rogan thought of the day," Kreischer admitted later in the video. "When you live in a...
    GETTING tattoos can be something of a risky business, and those who are left disappointed with their body art can end up having to fork out a fortune to fix it. TikToker Morgan Knight is one those who were, unfortunately, left rather unhappy with their tattoo and having to spend extra money to get it covered up. 4What Morgan wantedCredit: Instagram/@morganknightx 4And what Morgan ended up withCredit: Instagram/@morganknightx Morgan wanted to get a tattoo of some mini eyelashes on her hand, showing some reference pictures in her video. However this is not quite what she ended up with.  Her tattoo actually turned out a lot bigger than her examples, and doesn’t quite have the look of eye lashes. One commenter, however, did think they looked like eyelashes - just not human ones: “I'm so sorry but it looks like the eyelashes that mii's have” they wrote. To this Morgan responded, “at least you see the resemblance of eyelashes. my friend told me they looked like cow udders.” Another Tiktoker also saw inhuman eyelashes, writing: “SpongeBob wants his eyelashes back.”...
    OPTICAL illusions have long been used to trick your mind. And what you see first in this image could prove if you've really got a dirty mind. 1It appears the woman has had a wardrobe malfunction - but if you look closer, it's something far more innocentCredit: Reddit The cheeky optical illusion left users struggling to un-see the picture. The picture shows a woman dressed in a pink strappy t-shirt and black denim shorts. She posted the photo on Target's website alongside a review of a piece of clothing. But our eyes are quickly drawn to something else. Read more optical illusionsAGAINST THE CLOCK Can you spot the 10 animals hidden in this illusion in 15 seconds? It appears the woman has had a wardrobe malfunction - but if you look closer, it's something far more innocent. It's the angle of her elbow that tricks viewers into thinking it's something else. The picture was shared on Reddit with the caption: "Had to do a triple-take while perusing the reviews on Target. "Thought she was really letting it all out." Most...
    LET'S face it - you know you're a real adult when you get excited over the prospect of fridge organisation. Colour-coded tubs. Labelled containers. You name it, we've tried it. 1The mum proudly showed off her 'hack' which means she doesn't have to clean her shelves as regularlyCredit: Facebook And the only thing we enjoy more than sorting out our own fridge is taking a peek inside someone else's. Earlier this week, one savvy mum proudly showed off her new fridge "hack" on Facebook which means she won't have to clean her shelves as regularly. Posting a photo of its contents, the woman explained how she had lined every section with some new tea-towels she'd picked up for 80p. However, it wasn't long before other members of the group were criticising the way she'd organised her shop. Read More on HomesLOO-K HERE I’m an interiors expert and here’s how to clean your toilet WITHOUT harsh bleachBLOOMING GOOD I'm a gardening whizz and make my blooms last longer using the fridge On her top shelf, the mum had placed packets of...
    A 'cheeky' schoolgirl penned a Christmas list asking Santa for a vaginal wash for her mum to keep her intimate area 'fresh'. Amelia Farmer, 6, from Milton Keynes, Bucks, wasn't just thinking of herself when she wrote her Christmas list last week and chose to make a request for Femfresh for her mum Kelsey King, 29, as well. 4The mum and daughter had a giggle over the listCredit: Kennedy News The youngster requested a working laptop, a gymnastics bar and some sweets as well as asking Santa to bring a packet of the intimate feminine wash as a treat for her mum. Amelia forwarded the list onto her mum while she was at work as a chef and Kelsey said she was left in hysterics when she read it. Kelsey said: "I thought it was absolutely hilarious when I saw it. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "I was so shocked. She sent it to me while I was at work from her phone. "I didn't ask for her Christmas list, she just decided to...
    WHETHER you've had second thoughts about that new dress or just fancy clearing out your wardrobe, Depop is a great way to make some extra cash. But unlike the professional and polished photos you see when shopping on sites like ASOS, our cameraphone pics can be a little rough and ready. 1Can YOU spot what's got people talking?Credit: @depopdrama/Twitter Well if you're ever cringed over your blurry and poorly-lit modelling shots, then spare a thought for this poor Depop user. Earlier this week, the anonymous woman posted a photo of herself wearing the pretty white sundress she was trying to sell. Showing off the back of the broderie anglaise frock, the seller pulled her long blonde hair to the side and looked over her shoulder. However, it wasn't long before the photos ended up being shared on the Depop Drama Twitter account. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED So can YOU spot what's got people talking? Sharing the image with their 73,000 followers, the account wrote: "When you see it..." Most read in Lifestyle'TURN OFF'...
    PHOTOS don't always capture the moment as we experience them and can actually make things appear entirely different. Take this woman, for example, who wanted to capture a holiday moment on camera, but it turned out horribly wrong - so can you see why? 1The snap has been circulating the internet leaving people in hystericsCredit: Facebook In the photo - which has been circulating the internet - the holiday-goer is perched up on a beach chair as she poses for the snap with a pink blanket covering most of her torso. While you can see the strings of her white bikini tied around her neck, at first glance, she appears to be wearing no bikini bottoms at all, leaving everything exposed. People who saw the photo were left both shocked and amused after thinking her downstairs region was on full display. That was, of course, until they realised it wasn't the case at all, and that it was actually a baby's bottom popping out from beneath the blanket. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE...
    President Joe Biden has notched his fair share of awkward encounters with the press since moving into the White House. Some of the exchanges stem from Biden-isms, distinct verbal quirks of a president with a history of making missteps when a TV camera or microphone is within earshot. But others have come off as, at times, borderline inappropriate, typically downplayed by Biden as jokes. Yet for Eric Schultz, one of former President Barack Obama's White House spokespeople, "with Joe Biden, what you see is what you get." "His authenticity, no matter the audience, has always been his calling card. It’s why he was elected president, and it’s why he’s a beloved American figure," Schultz said. "The country elected him president of the United States, not comedian in chief." BIDEN PLAN TO EXPAND WELFARE AS WE KNOW IT HAMPERED BY REPUBLICAN RESISTANCE Here are a handful of examples of when things got just plain weird: 'Get in front of the car as I step on it' Biden avoided reporter questions in Michigan this week while test-driving Ford's new F-150 Lightning...
    More On: COVID vaccine Average new COVID-19 cases in US dip to the lowest point in months NY COVID vax website struggles as slots open for immunocompromised ‘SNL’ mocks Gov. Cuomo but fails to mention latest scandal Dating apps seeing big spike in users boasting about being vaccinated: report Inoculated at last, my antibodies abound, but reading through an infodemic of medical facts has me asking: What, exactly, is it safe for me to do now that I’m fully vaccinated? Is it safe to have some fun yet? Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, I imagined the day I got my second dose as the light at the end of this nightmare — but while hope of a return to normalcy certainly appears more within reach, the only light I’ve reached after both my Moderna doses feels less like the break of a new dawn and more like an air shaft. For a year now I’ve developed a dance of what does and does not feel safe, allowing myself to take a certain amount of risk in the name of...
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots are reallllllly in a bind now. At 6-7 with just three weeks left in the regular season, their chances of making the playoffs are next to zero. Those chances are actually two percent, which means it’s more probable than not that we won’t be getting any playoff football come January. So with very little to play for — other than pride — Bill Belichick and company should be in “Asset Evaluation Mode” the rest of the way. They’re going to still try to win games, but they should focus more on what they have for the future. Cam Newton is still the starter, but expect the team to take a good look at Jarrett Stidham in game action in the coming weeks. The game plans should also call for more attention to N’Keal Harry, Jakobi Meyers and the pair of rookie tight ends on the roster. And it’s time to take the training wheels off the rookies on defense and really let them loose. It doesn’t guarantee winning football or...
     If you're looking for a little bit of motivation on Wednesday, look no further than this youth league football player. Lane Bridges, a 10-year-old player for the Mavericks in Eastland, Texas, gave an inspiring speech before a game against his team's opponent last year. 'I see all these little guys, I see all these big guys,' Bridges started, seemingly talking about the rivals on the field. 'If you do that, you’re determinated to the game. Be you but also have passion, be determined, be this team, be a Maverick!' 'When we get on that field, let's show [the opponent] how to be a Maverick,' Bridges continued. 'Let's show that we can beat them on their home field, on our home field. We can beat them anywhere. We can go to New England, for goodness sake, play in the snow and still beat them. What do we got?' His teammates and the parents watching couldn't help but whoop and holler after his speech.  Scroll down for video 
    Josh Jacobs sees a lot to correct after three TDs in opener Rare collectibles worth more than your house Got $0 in Your Savings? Heres What to Do First © Provided by The Motley Fool Got $0 in Your Savings? Here's What to Do First © Getty Images A woman working from her couch with a laptop and phone headset while resting her hand on her young child's head. There's a reason we're all supposed to have a healthy savings account balance: You never know when unexpected expenses might pop up. Or, you could lose your job and need money to cover your bills until you find a new one. In fact, as a general rule, it's a good idea to have an emergency fund with enough money to pay for three to six months of essential living costs. But what if you're nowhere close? A lot of people struggle to save. Many find that life's circumstances make it next to impossible to bank any amount of money. This holds especially true if you're grappling with a limited income...
    I went to Edge on the first Friday after it reopened, and I felt safe. Joey Hadden/Insider Edge is the highest outdoor observation deck in NYC and the Western Hemisphere located in the multibillion-dollar Hudson Yards neighborhood in Manhattan. The attraction first opened on March 11 and was closed two days later in light of the pandemic.  It reopened on September 4 with restrictions in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. We visited Edge and found it was spacious with many precautions like mandatory face masks, temperature checks, social distancing guides, and sanitizing stations.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    During this Life in a Time of Pandemic, with many staying home because of lost jobs, fearfully going to jobs deemed essential because of the essential need to earn money, worrying about whether to send kids to school, or frantically hoping hospitals might allow goodbyes to dying relatives, I’ve wondered if people have thought of the Joni Mitchell song “Big Yellow Taxi.” Specifically, the verses of “Don’t it always seem to go. That you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” I’ve thought about these words quite a bit these past six months, as I’ve been dang lucky enough thus far to not have many worries and to be able to dream about pleasant things like going to movie theaters. And maybe even watching national political conventions. Maybe. As one who served as a political appointee in the Clinton administration, I’ve always watched the balloon-soaked blowouts that dominate television every four years. Even though I wasn’t alive when a convention last provided real candidate selection suspense, I still watch conventions, if only to see how stupid or intelligent each...
    Son clashes with Lloris as Spurs beat Everton I got a smooth, frizz-free blowout at home thanks to this popular hair tool Here’s what the rest of the year may hold for the stock market, according to the analysts who got the pandemic call right NEWSWATCH Load Error MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Yes, this is another buy-the-dip call, but with more details. See full story. Tesla’s stock soars toward record as Wall Street’s biggest bear raises price target Shares of Tesla Inc. charge up toward another record, after even the most bearish Wall Street analyst lifts his price target following the electric vehicle maker‘s blowout deliveries results. See full story. President Trump warns that your 401(k) could ‘disintegrate and disappear’ if he loses the 2020 election The Nasdaq Composite just broke through record levels. Tesla hammered out a new high. So did Netflix. And Amazon reached $3,000 for the first time. Happy days, indeed, in the stock market. But will it last? See full story. Why Warren Buffett couldn’t own airline stocks now and still be a true value...
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