Baby Girl Hairstyles
Your baby is growing fast during the first year and you sure want to take lots of pictures of her every month. The toddler hairstyles below will make your cutie even cuter!
#1: Flower Headband
As far as baby hairstyles go, this one’s an ultra-simple classic, which works for the youngest of the young. All you need is a wide-tooth comb and a soft fabric headband. Create a sort of side parting and add a textile band, ideally made from hypoallergenic materials. Flower embellishments are not mandatory, but definitely recommended.
#2: Side-Swept Bangs with French Braid
Got a baby girl with medium-length hair and a fringe? Here’s a creative way to keep those bangs off her face. Sweep the soft locks to one side, then create a side-braid, by pulling in strands from the parting. At the end, fasten it with a hair-colored band and you’re all done.
The stuntman Neil Fingleton who played Mag the Mighty on Game of Thrones has died aged 36.
Mr Fingleton, who at 7ft 7in was declared the UK’s tallest man in 2007 reportedly died of heart failure on Saturday.
Born in County Durham Mr Fingleton moved to the U.S. to pursue a career in basketball however an injury forced him to retire in 2007 and he returned to Durham to pursue a career in showbusiness.
Eventually he became an actor starring in films such as X-Men: First Class, 47 Ronin and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Speaking about his height Mr Fingleton said:
I do cause a bit of a stir wherever I go, with people pulling out cameras, but it doesn’t bother me.
I’ve never been embarrassed about my height and I actually like the size I am. It’s something unique and original. My group of friends are great and I come from a good family, so being tall hasn’t ever been an issue. I’ve not been self-conscious.
The Facebook group, The Tall Persons Club, paid tribute to Mr Fingelton saying that ‘Neil Fingleton Britain’s Tallest man passed away on Saturday’.
Our thoughts are with his friends and family.
If you’re one of those people who doesn’t deal well with change, look away now.
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, Apple are about to ditch another iPhone feature and cause the technologically engaged world to dive head first into a full-blown system meltdown.
The victim this time is not the headphone jack, nor the home screen button. This time, Apple Inc. are ditching their Lightning Port for a new USB-C port, marking another shift for the iPhone’s design.
In terms you and I will understand, the charging port you currently plug your phone into – at all too regular intervals between deleting apps and desperately trying to conserve your phone battery – is going to look very different when the new iPhone 8 is rolled out.
The USB-C port is a feature more commonly associated with new Android smartphones releases.
However, it’s not entirely new territory for Apple, who introduced the USB-C port on its MacBooks in 2015.
The change is set to be costly for both accessory manufactures and Apple users – that’s you and me.
In other words, it’s going to cost everyone a small fortune to keep up with Apple’s ever-changing technology.
Move over smartphones, the Nokia 3310 is here to take us all back to the good old days of amazing battery life and indestructible screens.
If you were alive at all in the 2000s you almost certainly owned a Nokia 3310 for a while, they were unavoidable.
Forget Candy Crush, the 3310 had Snake. The most frustrating mobile game ever devised.
The phone didn’t have a torch or a camera or anything like that, but you could pop the front off, take the rubber keys off and use the back light to make enough light to roll a cigarette by.
Which came in handy when you were camping with your mates, because you used to go camping with your mates before 4G coverage and access to charging became the most important things in your life.
Also compared to the perminently smashed screens of modern smartphones the 3310 was basically Dwayne The Rock Johnson wearing full-plate armour:
Now the revamped 3310 is hitting shops for around £50, reports Tech Crunch.
The biggest draw for the phone is the incredible battery life of 25.3 days, with talk time of up 22.1 hours.
No more asking around the office for chargers. You know who I’m talking about.
It’s going to have a colour screen and internet browser and, most importantly, Snake is back.
It remains to be seen whether the 3310 can single-handedly revive Nokia’s flagging fortunes, but then again it was the phone that built their success in the first place.
A generous man has become an internet hero after he was photographed buying an elderly lady’s groceries when her card was repeatedly declined.
Ryan O’Donnell was with his two children in Wyoming Coles, Australia, on Tuesday when he noticed a woman, who reminded him of his grandmother, struggling to pay her ‘less than $50’ grocery bill.
The 34-year-old stay at home father told the Daily Mail that he helped the lady because it was how his parents raised him.
A passerby saw the act of kindness and decided to post it to Twitter, saying:
This guy at Wyoming Coles who just went through the register with his two kids paid for this ladies groceries when her card kept declining
She wanted to pay him back eventually and he just said “Don’t worry, have a good day.
“Someone was trying to tell her to try different account and it didn’t work so they took her to the front area and I walked past and overheard
Realistically it was just because the lady reminded me of my mum and grandma and that’s how my mum and dad brought me up
If you can help, you do it where and when to the best of your ability.”
The photo was retweeted over 200 times and had over 650 likes, with people praising the good news.
Love a good bit of faith restoration.