Daily Archives: January 10, 2018

BTCC champion Ash Sutton stays with BMR Subaru for title defence

Reigning champion Ash Sutton will remain in the British Touring Car Championship in 2018 to defend his crown in the Team BMR Subaru Levorg

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Ferrari's 2017 Formula 1 car to appear at Autosport International

The 2017 Ferrari Formula 1 car will complete the main Ferrari feature at Autosport International this week

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Williams wary of renewed McLaren threat in 2018 Formula 1 season

Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe says the team is wary of the threat McLaren will pose in 2018 after ditching Honda for Renault power in Formula 1

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17 Modern Hairstyles You Can Create With Hot Rollers

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Hair rollers are often associated with grandmas doing up their hair before bed. They don’t exactly scream modern. Hold that thought because big hair and volume is back. And the latest looks aren’t throwbacks to decades gone by, they’re current, cool and downright gorgeous. Really.

Hair straighteners and curling irons may already have a place in your kit, but now it’s time to bring hair rollers into the mix. For a bouncy, modern look, Larisa Love, Joico guest contributing artist, recommends using different size hot rollers and rotating them in varying directions. To achieve the perfect look, she suggests letting rollers cool before releasing the curl, then turning your head upside down and spraying hair texturizer all over. “A texture spray is key for giving the perfect separation of the curl,” she says.

Curly-haired women can use rollers, too. Taliah Waajid says heated rollers can be used to smooth curls for a polished finish. On curly to coiled hair textures, she uses a hot oil treatment prior to using rollers and prefers ceramic-coated metal rollers, which smooth hair faster and are less damaging because of the way the heat is distributed.

For short to medium layered styles, Waajid uses hair rollers that allow each section to wrap around the roller once. She says that this will give hair a slight curl at the end and a clear bump in the middle. It also helps show off layers. For longer layered hairstyles, she takes larger chunks and wraps hair neatly toward the scalp. 

Now that you’ve got the basics, click through the gallery for runway inspiration on how to get gorgeous hair using hair rollers.

[ Next: The 10 Tools Top Hairstylists Swear By (Plus, How to Use Them at Home) ]

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Why You Should Call A Professional When Dealing With Cockroaches

Why You Should Call A Professional When Dealing With Cockroaches:

  •  Cockroaches can live for up to a week without their heads. They can also hold their breath for 40 minutes and even survive being submerged in water for half an hour. Additionally, some species are able to withstand freezing temperatures.
  • Small size.Cockroaches are small pests, so they can easily hide in cracks and crevices. Male cockroaches can fit through an opening as small as 1/16 inch in width or the thickness of a quarter.
  • Quick speed.Cockroaches are very fast and can run up to three miles an hour. A newborn cockroach, which is about the size of a speck of dust, runs nearly as fast as its parents.
  • Irregular feeding habits.Cockroaches can survive for up to one month without food and one week without water. They are omnivores and are attracted to all types of foods, including sugars, proteins and fats.

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Video: BASE Jumping 101 with Espen Fadnes

Want to learn what it takes to get into BASE jumping? I have no interest in trying this sport myself, but am fascinated with the men and women who do it. That’s why this video was so interesting, as it gives us insights into the basics of BASE jumping from someone who is a trailblazer in this activity. Espen Fadnes is a Norwegian jumper and wingsuit pilot who also happens to be a backcountry…

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Trump's personal attorney slaps BuzzFeed with a lawsuit for publishing Trump-Russia dossier

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  • Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, has reportedly filed a defamation suit against BuzzFeed for publishing the unsubstantiated collection of memos known as the Trump-Russia dossier last year.
  • Cohen is also reportedly suing Fusion GPS — the intelligence firm that commissioned the research into the alleged ties between Trump and Russia — and its cofounder, Glenn Simpson.

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, has reportedly filed a defamation suit against BuzzFeed after the news outlet published the unsubstantiated collection of memos known as the Trump-Russia dossier last year, according to Bloomberg News.

Cohen is also reportedly suing Fusion GPS — the intelligence firm that commissioned the research into the alleged ties between Trump and Russia — and its cofounder, Glenn Simpson, Bloomberg reported.

“It will be proven that I had no involvement in this Russian collusion conspiracy,” Cohen said to Bloomberg on Tuesday. “My name was included only because of my proximity to the president.”

The infamous dossier, authored by former British spy Christopher Steele, has been a thorn in the side of the Trump administration because of the dossier’s salacious and explosive allegations — most notably the allegations of collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russian officials. BuzzFeed published the dossier in full last year.

In a statement to Bloomberg, BuzzFeed claims to have exercised its right to publish the dossier: “Its interest to the public is obvious,” BuzzFeed spokesman Matt Mittenthal said. “We look forward to defending the free press and our First Amendment rights in court.”

The White House has repeatedly questioned the veracity of the dossier’s claims. Trump and his surrogates have also attempted to cast the document as a partisan attack, noting that a lawyer representing Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee retained Fusion GPS for research services that began in April 2016.

Before that, the research that went into the Russia dossier had been funded by the wealthy Republican donor, Paul Singer.

Cohen is implicated in the dossier as part of the wider Trump-Russia allegations, and was reportedly a central figure in “the ongoing secret liaison relationship between the New York tycoon’s campaign and the Russian leadership.”

Cohen has since denied the allegations of conspiracy: “I can tell you for certainty that neither I nor the president were involved, at any point in time, with this Russian conspiracy,” Cohen said to Vanity Fair in a previous interview.

“I’ve never been paid by or colluded with any Russian to hack the DNC, to create search-engine optimization tools to cause Trump’s positives up and Hillary’s negatives up.”

SEE ALSO: Fusion GPS: Author of Trump-Russia dossier thought Trump ‘was being blackmailed’ by Russia

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