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A young mum was left in agony when her top lip EXPLODED after she paid for lip fillers

***EXCLUSIVE*** Gemma Palmer, 35, went to a local beautician and paid £180 to have her lips injected with a full millilitre of lip filler - double her usual dose. But bizarrely, the liquid gathered together on the right side of her top lip, leaving her lopsided, with a swollen and painful mouth. She had it dissolved and she was pain free for eight months - until her lip became hot and painful, doubled in size and then burst -- FIVE times. Support worker Gemma said experts have told her they reckon lip filler is still trapped inside her face - a full two years after she had them done. The mum-of-one from Litherland, Lancashire, is awaiting specialist treatment to have it removed, and it warning other women of the dangers of fillers.

NASA to announce company to that will fly water-finding VIPER Rover to Moon

Pictured here is a VIPER mobility testbed, an engineering model created to evaluate the rover’s mobility system. The testbed includes mobility units, computing and motor controllers. Testing involves evaluating performance of the rover as it drives over various slopes, textures and soils that simulate the lunar environment. NASA will announce the commercial provider selected to deliver NASA’s new water-hunting mobile robot, the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER), to the South Pole of the Moon during a media teleconference at 11 a.m. EDT Thursday, June 11. As the first resource-mapping mission on the surface of another world, VIPER will help pave the way for a new era of human missions to the lunar surface and will bring NASA a step closer to developing a sustainable, long-term robotic and human presence on the Moon as part of the Artemis program.

Drone technology helps researchers count turtles on the great barrier reef

Queensland, Australia: Announced 9 June 2020, Researchers at Raine Island, the world’s largest green turtle rookery, have used a drone to conduct accurate population surveys, with stunning results. Drone vision captured in December 2019 as part of the Raine Island Recovery Project showed up to 64,000 green turtles around the island waiting to come ashore and lay clutches of eggs. Dr Andrew Dunstan from the Department of Environment and Science (DES) and lead author of the paper said researchers had been investigating different ways of conducting turtle population surveys. „New scientific research published on Monday 8 June in PLOS ONE found that drones, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), were found to be the most efficient survey method” Dr Dunstan said.

Before Botox

Britons may not always have had Botox but that has not stopped the long-standing love affair with the beauty parlour as revealed in a series of stunning retro pictures from the Swinging Sixties. The incredible images show women in the 1960s chatting to each other as they have their hair done, wearing cucumber face masks and have a full body wrap in their quest for beauty. Other remarkable photos show women taking part experimental treatment including an electric face mask, hot wax being applied to help sweat weight off and ultra-violet treatment. A beauty parlour is an establishment that deals with cosmetic treatments for both men and women. There is a distinction between a beauty salon and a hair salon and although many small businesses do offer both sets of treatments; beauty salons provide extended services related to skin health, facial aesthetic, foot care, nail manicures, aromatherapy, √Ę‚ā¨‚ÄĚ even meditation, oxygen therapy, mud baths, and many other services. In the 1950s, with the advent of colour film, the beauty industry got a colourful make-over with bright rouges all the rage. With men returning from war and the resulting baby boom, all emphasis was on family life. Women came back from work and resigned to life as housewives. With so much time on their hands, they spent a lot of time pampering themselves to look glamorous. In the Sixties our idea of beauty was transformed by the introduction of the mini-skirt, bikinis, and by style-icons such as Twiggy, who se the standard for later models with her skinny and androgynous look.

These are the stunning photographs that show perfectly symmetrical reflection images of beautiful British wildlife

***EXCLUSIVE*** 50-year-old photographer Alan McFadyen captured the incredible images at his homemade Scottish photography hide.  Taking advantage of the driest May and June on record the ingenious snapper lugged two hundred buckets of water over three days to the location in Dumfries to build pool for the animals.  As there was little to no water for miles a cavalcade of various wildlife soon flocked to the pool including a beautiful badger and an adorable squirrel.  Alan was then able to frame the perfectly timed images and the results show a perfect mirror reflection of these gorgeous animals.  After 5 nights a majestic looking fox showed up yielding some stand out shots for Alan’s set.