Now conservatives are taking their rage out on razors. Gillette has been bombarded with footage of angry men throwing away their shavers in response to an advert warning about toxic masculinity. In scenes reminiscent of the backlash to a Nike advert featuring Colin Kaepernick last year, angry Gillette customers have been filming themselves throwing away razors and shaving foam in protest.
A 16-year-old boy died on a Royal Caribbean cruise when he tried to climb onto his cabin's balcony from a neighboring balcony and fell to his death.
The Duchess of Sussex's maternity wardrobe has only further cemented her reigning fashion status.
As if we needed anymore proof that Prince Harry is ready to be a dad. During his visit to Birkenhead , England, on Monday, the Duke of Sussex shared an incredibly sweet moment with four-year-old Eliza Morris after he caught sight of her sign. It read “#GingersUnite” and helped her stand out in the crowd. “I love this,” Harry reportedly said to Eliza as he went in for a hug, again breaking royal protocol. “Do you love your hair? The sign is amazing!” Harry and Meghan are getting ready to welcome their first child. While we don’t know yet if it will be a boy or girl , Meghan did reveal she’s due sometime in late April . Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Meghan Markle reveals awkward moment after charity donation First look at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s £2.5m Cotswold home Meghan Markle’s first patronages announced after IT blunder
Jerome D’Ambrosio might have won Saturday's Formula E Championship, but surely all eyes were on Elizabeth Hurley.
A McDonald's drive-through customer is now being sought by police after reportedly throwing a cup of hot coffee in a young employee's face.
Stranger Things teen actress Millie Bobby Brown is attacked on social media for her grown-up outfit.
The toxic side-effects of chemotherapy could be reduced by a sponge-like device which strains leftover cancer drugs from the blood stream before they damage the brain or cause hair loss. The filter was inspired by absorbers used to remove unwanted impurities like sulphur from fuel, and works like the stents already routinely used in cardiovascular medicine, researchers from the University of California at Berkley said. “Literally, we’ve taken the concept out of petroleum refining and applied it to chemotherapy,” Professor Nitash Balsara, one of the authors of the study published in ACS Central Science.
The GMB presenter was repulsed by the Januhairy campaign, which encourages women to embrace their natural hair.