Larry Gomez was born with hypertrichosis, which results in abnormal hair growth all over the body, including the face. Here, he speaks candidly about what living with this condition is like. It's a condition known as "hypertrichosis" or "Ambras Syndrome," but in the s it would transform one man into a national sensation and iconic fairy-tale character. His name: Petrus Gonsalvus, more commonly known today as the hairy hero of Beauty and the Beast.
So you know how beauty vlogger Jaclyn Hill just released a genuinely epic-seeming line of nude lipsticks? And you know how the lipsticks turned out to be all hairy and terrifying? Yeah, well, she just released an entire YouTube video explaining herself to fans. But when customers got the goods, they found bumps, hair, and random weird balls in the product—and honestly, the photos are pretty dang yikes. Why is my jaclyncosmetics Decaf lipstick lumpy?? Jaclynhill This cant be ok right?? All I can say is WTF pic. Every single ingredient in my lipsticks is new and it is FDA-approved.
In the last two days alone, the Democratic presidential field has lost two candidates. To be fair, not too many people were aware that Montana Governor Steve Bullock or former Congressman Joe Sestak were running, but they were, and now they're not. Luckily, there are still about 46 contestants left—some are still joining up! Is this thing on? I ask not because Sestak and Bullock are no longer running, but because Joe Biden still is. And Joe Biden had himself a weekend. We at Esquire have not historically hesitated to point out when the incumbent president shows signs that he's not exactly firing on all cylinders , and so should probably to do the same when the former vice president does something similar and he wants to be the next president. Granted, Biden has none of his would-be opponent's primal viciousness or mendacity, but there's still reason for concern. Most folks are fixated this fine Monday on his playful bite of his wife, Dr.
Never ask vague questions and give her definite options instead. Well, maybe not a total disaster, that is a bit exaggerated. I am a non-Mormon who moved to Utah for college. In her obviously orthodox Mormon paradigm dad's a bishop, she went to BYU and on a missionunderstand that she believes her husband must be an orthodox Mormon and get married to her in the temple.