Worried you may have missed something this week? Fear not, here is our weekly round up of what’s gone on.
This week marked mental health awareness week, something which is a current hot topic with many famous faces getting behind campaigns to speak out and help those suffering from mental illness. Mental Health UK reported that only 13.9% of Brits are reported to be living with good mental health. If you are anyone you know is suffering contact your local GP for support and advice.
The NHS experienced a cyber attack yesterday, whilst there was no evidence that patient data was accessed, the attack has been linked to 74 other countries which have been targeted in a global hack. Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the BBC she expects NHS trusts to learn from the attack and upgrade their IT systems. Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has not commented.
— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) May 13, 2017
Nicki Minaj made some of her American fans incredibly happy this week as the popstar promised to pay some of their student loans. After a fan responded to her musical.ly challenge on Twitter saying “well you wanna pay for my tutition?” the singer replied “show me straight A’s that i can verify w/ur school and I’ll pay for it. Who wants to join THAT contest?!?! Dead serious. Shid I set it up?” She was met with enthusiasm from fans all applying to win. The Super Base singer is reportedly worth $70 million.
Ok u guys. It’s been fun. Let me make those payments tmrw then see if I have any money left?. I’ll do some more in a month or 2. ???????????
— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) May 7, 2017
Last week we commented on beauty bloggers using odd things to blend their make up (including heels) and this week those beauty bloggers have flabbergasted us all again. Floral eyeliner is this Spring go-to eye make up look, it involves drawing on your eyeliner then at the flick adding a cute little flower.
Add finally, Ikea have been caught up in the fashion world again. Fashion bloggers and designers have been turning the famous blue bag into rucksacks, thongs, aprons and even trousers! Many explained on Twitter they thought the idea was innovative and a great way of reusing bags for life. Can we expect to see more items like these? What do you think? Let us know over on Twitter @amormagazineUK
— Amor Magazine UK (@amormagazineUK) May 10, 2017
Words: Amy Jo Taylor