Who doesn’t love experimenting with makeup? And gone are the days when only women used to do makeup. Today, men also want to look sharp and the best version of themselves. But sometimes we ignore a few things that lead to skin breakouts, especially when your skin is supremely sensitive. It depends a great deal on the makeup brushes you use. How you clean it after the usage and how you store it determines, in many ways, the health of your skin too. To protect your skin from damage, cleaning your makeup brushes once a week is very important. And today we will tell you a few important tips that can be kept in mind while washing your brushes. Cleansing with anti-bacterial liquid After a few days of use, makeup brushes can get a bit oily. The oil on the brush can be removed by using an antibacterial washing liquid that is available on the market. Soak the brush by mixing liquid in lukewarm water. Remove the brush after a while and wash it in clean water before drying it. Use … [Read more...] about Sensitive Skin? Here Are 4 Easy Ways to Wash Your Make-Up Brushes at Home
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As Liverpool prepare to take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final, they'll be well aware their run to Paris wouldn't have been possible without the help of some bargain buys. For all the importance of big-money stars like Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk, the Reds' success goes beyond that. And it's not just the current squad who have benefited from the services of players picked up on the cheap. Some 17 years on from the Merseyside club's sensational 2005 comeback against AC Milan, Mirror Football looks at 10 of the players signed for less than £15m who have served Liverpool well over the years. Not just those who are likely to be involved in Paris this weekend, but some who helped the Reds deliver long before manager Jurgen Klopp took the reins. Pepe Reina - £8.81m A number of Liverpool's pre-2010 signings come close to making this list. Maxi Rodriguez, Martin Skrtel and Yossi Benayoun just miss out, for example, but 2005 signing Reina makes the cut. … [Read more...] about Liverpool’s 10 best bargain transfers since winning the 2005 Champions League
Following years of delay, restoration and archaeological excavation at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre will begin what experts believe may reveal secrets and churchmen hope will bring peace. Representatives of three Christian communities were on hand to begin the work of uncovering what lies beneath the tiled floor of the church, while also updating electrical systems, fire suppression, and plumbing of a building that dates back to the 4th century AD. Greek Orthodox Patriarch Theophilos III, Custos of the Holy Land Father Francesco Patton, and the Grand Sacristan of the Armenian Patriarchate Archbishop Sevan Gharibian, were present at the groundbreaking. In the basilica church is the place of Jesus' death, known as Golgotha or Calvary, as well as his tomb, known as the Holy Sepulchre. Patton, the Catholic custodian of the Holy Land monument, said during the March 14 event: "The pandemic slowed down the possibility of going ahead from the project to the execution, but now we … [Read more...] about Excavation Of Holy Sepulchre May Reveal More Hidden Mysteries, Say Archaeologists
The floodwaters are coming for us. Sea levels are rising faster and could swell one to two metres in the next 80 years if greenhouse gas emissions are not swiftly reined in, according to the latest research by UN scientists. It means we are currently on track for many people alive today to see several of the world’s major cities, including London, New York, Shanghai, Los Angeles, largely lost beneath the waves, while the world would lose 1.79 million sq km of land - an area roughly the size of Libya. In Europe, the Netherlands is particularly at risk, with a third of the country already lying below sea level. So what can be done? One mega-infrastructure scheme put up for discussion by a Dutch government scientist suggests addressing the issue in northern Europe by damming in the entire North Sea. This would require the construction of two dams of unprecedented scale. The smaller of the two would be around 100 miles long and block the entire western end … [Read more...] about Climate crisis: Plan to dam entire North Sea could protect millions from rising oceans
Summer is around the corner, and with the sun comes those feelings of wanting to look and feel our best. There are several kinds of different diets and workout routines around to try, which can be very overwhelming. Luckily, Slimming World has put together five easy weight loss tips for you to do that could help you achieve your goal, whatever that may be. We'd also like to point out that we know you will look great no matter what size you are, but slimming down is good for our health and these tips may be useful for that too. Spring clean your habits Habits like watching TV could be better spent doing meal preparation or exercising ( Image: Future Publishing via Getty Images) We’re all creatures of habit and having a routine can be a lifesaver when you’re busy – you’re more likely to exercise regularly if you do it at the same time every week, while having a set day for batch cooking can really help you plan for the week ahead. However, research from the … [Read more...] about Slimming World expert’s 5 weight loss tips for how to shed pounds before summer
ABBA are returning to the stage with ABBA Voyage , a virtual performance that the group has always dreamed of creating. Forty years in the making, it will feature all their hit songs as ABBA’s avatars grace the stage joined by a live 10-piece band. The unique event may seem like something out of Blade Runner: 2049, but they have always been unique. Comprising two couples, the band was formed in Stockholm in 1972 by Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. They are all in their seventies now and they have a long history together, from trailblazing romance to devastating divorce. Agnetha and Bjorn Clockwise, from top left: Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog ( Image: Getty Images) Agnetha and Bjorn first met in 1968 when he was then a member of the Hootenanny Singers. They hit it off immediately and tied the knot on July 6 1971 with Bjorn even playing the organ at their wedding ceremony. … [Read more...] about Inside ABBA’s two relationships from marriage to divorce – but why did they split?
A wedding planner posted a now-viral TikTok video in which she shared some advice for grooms to consider on their wedding day. TikTok user Julia Drachenberg posted the video to her account @daybydrachenberg on Thursday where it has already amassed more than 1 million views and prompted viewers to share their own advice. Drachenberg told Newsweek in an email on Friday that it was a follow-up to another video she posted in which she shared tips for brides the morning of their wedding day. According to the magazine Brides, the groom can enjoy the morning of the wedding with his groomsmen, pass out tips to vendors and send a gift to his partner. "Jewelry is always a great choice, and another classic idea is something for your home, like a vase or a framed picture from your proposal or engagement session," the article stated. Drachenberg gave some insight into what a groom may consider as they are getting ready for their big day, which included what to do with facial hair, … [Read more...] about Internet marvels at planner’s wedding day insight for grooms: “So smart”