Dr Oz: What Does Your Lipstick Say About Your Personality?
Would you believe that there’s something in your purse that can tell a lot about who you are? Recently, a beauty company’s study went viral, saying that your lipstick is a window into your personality. It’s all about the top of your lipstick. If your lipstick looks concave, it means you’re creative, energetic, and a risk-taker that always gets noticed, and your passion defines who you are.
Next, if your lipstick has a center point, you’re likely an enthusiastic truth-seeker who is meticulous as well as passionate. Dr Oz then shared the lipstick of one of his producers, explaining that her the steep angle of her lipstick means that she is self-confident, well balanced, and have a love for detail, and cannot be controlled. If your lipstick is flat, you have high morals and are quick witted and enjoy a challenge.
So what does the tip of your lipstick look like? Would you agree with these descriptions?
Dr Oz: Barry’s Bootcamp Booty Workout
There are more than 50 terms to refer to your gluteus maximus. Whatever you call it, Dr Oz was joined by Joey Gonzalez of Barry’s Bootcamp, to share ways to build your butt. Three woman joined Dr Oz and Joey, excited to join in and workout with them. Joey planned a great at-home workout that anyone can do. Simple use a weighted item if the exercises are too easy.
Dr Oz: At-Home Butt Exercises
First, get down on all fours and keep your right knee bent while lifting you leg straight up, sending your foot into the air, then rotate your hip, drawing a circle in the air, bringing your knee toward your shoulder and then back down. You’re working every part of your glute with this exercise.
Next, lie on your side and support your head with your hand. Bend your legs at about a 45 degree angle, keeping your feet together, then open your legs like a clam. You can weigh your knee down if you want more of a challenge. Finally, for Joey’s favorite, lie on your back. With your knees bent and your hands down at your sides flat on the floor, place your weight on your lap, and lift your hips into the air using your hamstrings, squeezing your glutes at the top.
Dr Oz: Salt Warning Law
Before the end of his show, Dr Oz reported that New York City’s Board of Health is tackling sodium. There’s a Salt Warning Law going into effect, which means that restaurants have to use a specific label next to any menu item that exceeds the daily amount (a teaspoon) of salt a day. According to a Harvard study, one in ten deaths is linked to excess salt.