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I’m a makeup lover – I discovered a hack that will make your foundation feel lighter and less cakey in MINUTES

A FORMER makeup lover has discovered a hack to make your foundation feel lighter and less cakey in minutes.The viral TikTok video sharing the beauty hack has been viewed more than 492,000 times. 2A TikToker is sharing a viral beauty hack to make your foundation feel betterCredit: TikTok 2The hack works if you use your liquid foundationCredit: TikTok "I don't do my hair, I don't do my makeup," TikToker Joelle begins the video. "I used to live that lifestyle," she says, adding she used to have lip fillers, liposuction, a fake tan, and other beauty treatments. But after a divorce, she was forced to change her lifestyle. "So I decided to focus on rediscovering myself for who I am without the fake," Joelle said. She goes on to state how some of her family feel it is "disrespectful" to show up to a family event looking "natural." To combat that, Joelle tried a hack that she shares with her viewers. "I heard of a hack that makes wearing makeup feel more natural," she says. First, she puts her liquid foundation in water. Most read in Fabulous Joelle says doing this separates the oil from the foundation to make it feel less oily on your face. While she doesn't specify how long to leave the foundation in the water for, Joelle said she was able to clearly see the oil separate. She then fished out the foundation from the bottom of the cup of water with a spoon and began applying it to her face. "Wow it even feels better," she says. "It's messy but it's working. "It doesn't feel like make up at all, it just feels like water. "It feels natural, it does not feel like makeup." Joelle says that while she wouldn't do her makeup like this for a date, she definitely will for a family function. The video has been viewed close to 500,000 times and has nearly 60,000 likes. Hundreds of people have commented on Joelle's hack - and also in support of normalizing not wearing makeup. "We need to normalize NOT wearing makeup if we don’t want.. dark eyes, wrinkles, crows feet.. all natural as intended," one TikToker said. "Girl rock those dark circles! I’ve had mine my whole life, something to do with low iron, it’s giving Tim burton chic," another wrote. "Girl. Show up how you want. Be a boss with or without make up," said another.

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology

This is an exciting opportunity for individuals with a background in general areas of psychology, in particular quantitative research methods, to join our team of enthusiastic, dynamic and friendly staff within the School of Psychology. Psychology at the University of Worcester has a long-standing history, with a thriving BPS accredited suite of BSc Psychology courses running since 1994. The School has an already impressive portfolio of undergraduate courses including Single Honours Psychology as well as named awards in Business, Clinical, Counselling, Forensic, and Sport and Exercise Psychology. Our postgraduate courses include Business and Occupational Psychology, Counselling, EMDR Therapy and Understanding Domestic and Sexual Violence. We currently partner with the Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA) to deliver our MSc Business Psychology course.  The School is underpinned by a commitment to deliver a forward-thinking, dynamic, creative community dedicated to personal growth and professional development in the various fields of psychology. This is a wonderful opportunity to work with a collaborative and supportive team of colleagues, and further information about our research areas and staff profiles show our depth and breadth of experience in psychology. Our school holds strong values of professionalism, respect and inclusivity and we are looking for a colleague who shares our vision and values to join us and contribute to our on-going success.  The successful candidate will have experience and expertise in more general areas of psychology, in particular quantitative research methods, and will be confident and competent in teaching across one or more of the core British Psychological Society areas (cognitive, biopsychology, social, developmental, individual differences, research methods). Successful applicants will also demonstrate a clear engagement and competency in research activity and practices commensurate with the stage of your career.  You will have a strong commitment to continuing professional development and scholarly engagement. The successful applicant will act as a personal academic tutor (PAT), research project supervisor to undergraduate and/or postgraduate students. In addition, there may be an expectation to undertake course leadership roles as opportunities arise.  Full time, Part time and Job Share considered. Informal queries in relation to this vacancy are welcome and should be directed to Dr Dr Daniel Farrelly, Head of Department by emailing [email protected]

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology (Counselling/Clinical)

This is an exciting opportunity for individuals with a background in clinical and/or counselling psychology to join our team of enthusiastic, dynamic and friendly staff within the School of Psychology. Psychology at the University of Worcester has a long-standing history, with a thriving BPS accredited suite of BSc Psychology courses running since 1994. The School has an already impressive portfolio of undergraduate courses including Single Honours Psychology as well as named awards in Business, Clinical, Counselling, Forensic, and Sport and Exercise Psychology. Our postgraduate courses include Business and Occupational Psychology, Counselling, EMDR Therapy and Understanding Domestic and Sexual Violence. We currently partner with the Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA) to deliver our MSc Business Psychology course.  The School comprises two departments; Performance, Health and Wellbeing, and Violence Prevention, Trauma and Criminology, and is underpinned by a commitment to deliver a forward-thinking, dynamic, creative community dedicated to personal growth and professional development in the fields of psychology and criminology. This role sits within the department of Performance, Health and Wellbeing. This is a wonderful opportunity to work with a collaborative and supportive team of colleagues in our teaching of Psychology. Further information about our staff profiles and research areas show our depth and breadth of experience of applied psychology. Our school holds strong values of professionalism, respect and inclusivity and successful candidate will share our vision and values to join us and contribute to our ongoing success.  The successful candidate will have a background in Clinical and/or Counselling Psychology, and will be confident and competent in teaching across a broad range of relevant topics. Successful applicants will also demonstrate a clear engagement and competency in research activity and practices commensurate with the stage of your career.  You will have a strong commitment to continuing professional development and scholarly engagement. The successful applicant will act as a personal academic tutor (PAT), research project supervisor to undergraduate and/or postgraduate students. In addition, there may be an expectation to undertake course leadership roles as opportunities arise.  Full time, Part time and Job Share considered. Informal queries in relation to this vacancy are welcome and should be directed to Dr Dr Daniel Farrelly, Head of Department by emailing [email protected]

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Research Fellow

Full Time (Job share considered) Fixed Term: This post is initially funded until 31st October 2023. IOE is UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society. With more than 900 academic staff, 8,000 students, 190 research collaborations and cross-sector partnerships spanning five continents, our seven departments work across education, culture, psychology and social science to improve lives.  The Department of Psychology and Human Development brings together staff with research and teaching interests in psychological approaches to learning, development and teaching from early childhood to adulthood.  Members of the Department specialise in research on learning, development and teaching in formal and informal settings, such as schools and homes. They also contribute to understanding of and provision for children and adults with neurodevelopmental disorder and special educational needs. We are seeking a Research Fellow on an exciting new research project that has been funded by The Nuffield Foundation to investigate the efficacy of exam access arrangements for secondary school students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD). Given the challenges these students face in producing written text, current assessment methods that rely on writing are a barrier to performance. The primary goal of the project is to examine the use – and efficacy - of access arrangements that are commonly employed in practice.  You will contribute to the day-to-day management of the project, taking a lead in recruiting and maintaining relationships with schools and supporting data collection, analysis and dissemination activities. This post is initially funded until 31st October 2023. With a doctorate in Psychology or Education, you will have experience of conducting research in a school context with teachers and school-aged children.  Due to the nature of the duties, a DBS check will be required. Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button above. For further information please contact: Dr Emma Sumner: [email protected] Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59. Any offer of employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. UCL Taking Action for Equality We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible. Our department holds an Athena SWAN Bronze award, in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender equality.

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Senior Research Fellow, CES and PPM

1 FTE for 30 months with opportunity to extend contract to 66 months An exciting opportunity is available for a Senior Research Fellow to join a new research programme within the Faculty of Medicine (Primary Care Research Centre and School of Clinical Experimental Sciences) as the academic programme manager to lead the development of a digital intervention to support families with sleep problems and ADHD.    The successful candidate will lead qualitative research with parents/carers of children with ADHD, managing the development of the programme website, stakeholder meetings, research governance applications, NIHR progress reports and oversight of finance. Please note a separate clinical trial manager role will be advertised for the RCT element of the programme.   Applicants will have significant experience of the management and coordination of a research team. Experience of qualitative research and developing complex digital health interventions will be important.  The post is fixed term for 30 months with the possibility to extend and will be offered full-time or part-time as a job share from 6th Sept 2022.  A standard DBS check is required for this role. For an informal discussion about the post please contact Dr Cathy Hill ([email protected]) or Dr Ingrid Muller ([email protected]). You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Jane Sturgeon (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2750, or email [email protected] Please quote reference 1881722FC on all correspondence. Further details: We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please note that applications from agencies will not be accepted unless indicated in the job advert.

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