Your Lips And Lipstick
The time is getting short and you are applying make up on your face. It is 5 pm and the wedding party will start at 6pm, it means you have only one hour. Your car is disorder from the last two days, so have a conveyance problem as well. There should be margin for going and coming back. So the time is narrow and you have to do a lot of work, like changing your dress and polishing your shoes, etc. A...
Tips To Beautify Your Eyebrows
The beautification of your eyebrows is also important. The complete outfit of your face depends on eyes, lips and neck, for adding charm and beauty to your eyebrows here are some tips. 1. Cut long and unnecessary hair and make them straight by a tooth brush, with delicacy. 2. Downward brushing of brows will let you see the long hair, snip it, if necessary. 3. Unwanted hair should be snipped wit...
Selection of Perfect Foundation
It is very important for women to look beautiful either they are professional women or housewives. From styling of hair as well as selecting shoes to wear, main point to be focused is to choose perfect shade of foundation. Women must be very careful while selecting the shade of foundation. Careful selection of foundation will make you look flawless, natural and appear as you are not wearing nay ki...
Tips for Smoky Eyes
Smoky eye makeup makes one’s eyes sexier and sophisticated than any type of makeup. All models and style conscious women like to get smoky eyes. If you also want to adopt this fabulous style then you are reading very right content. Here you will get special tips to do smoky eye makeup to look like models and celebrities. Make Your Eyes Ready for Makeup This is the first step to do smoky eye make...

Beauty Beating Habits

Posted By: admin on March 20, 2013 in Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips - Comments: Comments Off on Beauty Beating Habits

If you have at leas one of these beauty-beating habits, don’t give up on yourself. Here is why and how to change your ways.
Torn skin on your lips

Beauty Beating HabitsYour lips feel dry, so you lick them and your tongue discovers a bit of loose skin. You try to ignore it, but sooner or later you remove it usually with your front teeth. Unfortunately, you end up taking along several layers of skin. The torn skin on your lip grows back irregularly and easily forms you guessed it another annoying flap of skin. It’s vicious circle.
A doctor says, “Use a very good emollient lip balm at all times. This includes bedtime. While most people remember lip balm when they’re facing the elements, they may not realize that we can lick our lips in our sleep. Moisturizing at night will help keep the lips from chapping. If you are going to be outside, wear lip balm or lipstick with an SPF-15 protection all year round, not just in the summer.

Don’t rub your face harshly

Many of us, especially if we have oily skin, attack our faces with the same zeal we use on the kitchen floor. Over scrubbing is bad for several reasons, “Many people who over scrub have acne, and when you really scrub you can sensitize your skin to the point where you can’t use your acne medication. It can also lead to irritation, dry skin and redness. In extreme cases it can contribute to broken blood vessels if you use something harsh like a loofah.
The first thing to do is to stop using rough facecloths and loofahs on your facial skin. Instead, wash with your hands and rinse off thoroughly with water. Use a very mild cleanser and use only light pressure. If you use waterproof makeup, take it off first with a makeup remover so you would not have to scrub. Then use warm water and, again, a nondrying cleanser.
This habit is devastating even to strong healthy nails. Every time you peel away polish, you also remove the layer of nail to which it was adhering, weakening your nail. This is a tough problem because, like biting your lips, it is often a reaction to stress and is frequently unconscious.
Usually you don’t pick at your polish when it is perfect, so the most practical solution is to keep it that way. Carry your polish with you and repair any damage as soon as you notice a chip, “I strongly recommend professional weekly manicures. I have had that this has worked for. When your nails are being cared for professionally you gets a great manicure and a nail coach”.

Be careful of phone acne

Phone acne refers to an outbreak of come dons (pimples) on the chin, specifically where you rest the phone against it. The hair follicles, where acne stems from, are being pressured by the telephone receiver, which doesn’t allow the facial oils to get out freely. Resting your chin in you hand when you’re reading, wearing a headband when you are working out all these things can cause outbreaks of acne where your follicles are being blocked.
What can you do? Keep your phone receiver clean with alcohol and teach yourself to hold the phone just a centimeter away from your face. For the immediate outbreak, try over-the-counter products or see a dermatologist.

Beauty Questions And Answers

Posted By: admin on September 12, 2012 in Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips - Comments: Comments Off on Beauty Questions And Answers

Q. Is it okay to return a wrong makeup shade if I’ve used it?

You’re in luck. Many national chain stores are very sympathetic to wrong-shade woes. Here’s the scoop: rite aid offers a money-back guarantee as long as you have the original cash-register receipt. Target allows you to return an opened cosmetic with the receipt up to 90 days after you’ve purchased it. You can either swap it for a different shade or get your money back. As for department stores, check with the counter where you’re shopping to find out their policy. Most accept returns with a receipt.

Q. My cuticles are sensitive and peeling. What should I do?

Don’t freak over your distressed digits. Your cuticles are probably plagued by a fungus or a minor infection you may have contracted from using a dirty nail file or soiled scissors. Luckily, you can clear up either affliction with some cuticle TLC. Apply an over-the-counter antifungal cream after you wash your hands to remedy the problem and ensure it doesn’t spread. Also, moisturize your nail beds as needed throughout the day with a cuticle cream containing soothing ingredients. See your doctor to make sure the infection isn’t serious. To prevent future talon traumas, never cut your cuticles yourself, only push them back (snipping puts you at risk for inflections). And whenever you go to a nail salon, ask the manicurist to use a brand-new buff and nail file, and be sure that any metal tools she uses are sterilized.

Q. I have lots of dark pink spots on my feet from last summer’s blisters. Is there a way to banish them before sandal season?

Those marks mean the top layers of skin damaged by last summer’s shoe friction are still healing, says Deborah S. Sarnoff, a NYC cosmetic dermatologist. The good news: they’re not permanent scars, and you can speed up their disappearance with an over-the-counter 1 percent hydrocortisone cream, applied once daily before bed. You should see results in approximately two months. For slightly faster fading, ask your dermatologist for a prescription blend of equal parts hydro quinine (to bleach out darkness), hydrocortisone (to reduce swelling), and retina or Renovo [to accelerate cell turnover). Apply the concoction only at night since Retin-A makes skin sun-sensitive. Your marks should pull a disappearing act in about six weeks. You can fake flawless feet in the interim-say if you want to sport some sexy, strappy sandals tonight-by masking those marks with smudge-and waterproof camouflage makeup.

Q-Help! I have a cowlick on my hair line. How can I get it to behave?

It’s easy to tame that unruly tuft of hair, says Edward tricomi, who co-owns NYC’s warren-tricomi salon and has done the dos of celebs like Hilary swank. One option is to aim a blow-dryer at the root area while using a brush to coax your loco lock into an attractive position (keep holding it down until it cools). Or try subduing disorderly strands with a small straightening iron. Once your cowlick is under control, keep it in place with an extra-hold hairspray.

Tips For Happy Feet

Posted By: admin on July 12, 2012 in Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips, Feet Care, Hands & Feet Care Tips - Comments: Comments Off on Tips For Happy Feet

Tips For Happy Feet

 

When we do have problems, just “getting off our feet” would not necessarily lead to permanent relief. For one thing, foot pain does not always begin in the foot. Even though you are feeling the pain there, a tight Achilles’ tendon or calf music may be the actual source of your problem, may restrict ankle motion, causing you to put painful stress on the front of your foot.

Rest may help, but what’s often needed is a change in the way you care for your feet. The following is a guide to some common foot problems, along with tips on how you can help yourself:

♥ If feet are exhausted

If your job requires you to be on your feet in one spot all day-in front of a sales counter, for example-changes are you have complained that your feet are tired and achy. Standing in one place all the time is one of the worst things you can do to your feet. The muscles do not flex or contract, they are just static.

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Step on and off a raised surface, such as a telephone book, to give your muscles some work. Or simply flex your feet rolling up onto the ball of your foot, then back to your heel. Take your shoes off and roll a golf ball behind the ball of each foot for a minute or two. A great message, it can also help with cramps or strains in your arch.

♥ Heels are giving trouble

Pain in the heel is repetitive stress of tissue where it attaches to the heel bone. You get microscopic tears on a daily basis and eventually you have severe pain in your heel.

The tears are in the plantar fascia, a springy tissue that runs from your heel bone to your toes. Bend your toes up and you shall recognize it as the tight hand running through your arch. This stretch will help loosen your calf muscles and stretch your Achilles’ tendon, reducing tightness in the muscles leading to the foot.

Two other low-cost measures: a short course of an anti-inflammatory drug, such as ibuprofen and soaking your feet in warm water at night. Over the counter shoe inserts may provide relief. In more severe cases, inserts available through orthopedists, podiatrists or physical therapists can be helpful.

♥ Foot pain

Problems in this area go by the name metatarsalgia. Causes range from damaged nerves to simply wearing a shoe that is too tight in the toe box or too high in the heel. Switch to flat shoes that have wider toe box. To relieve pain, place a pad just behind the weight bearing ball of the foot. If you can not stop wearing high heels altogether, limit them to special occasions.

♥ Foot suffering

 Corns, areas of thickened skin about the size of corn kernels, are caused by excess pressure on one point on the foot. They typically form on the top of or between toes and often result from wearing shoes that are too tight. For quick relief, putting a thin gauze pad, corn pad, corn pad or bandage between the affected toes to keep them from rubbing against each other. Softening the corn with oil and then sanding it with a pumice stone can also be beneficial.

Aerobic Dancing For Your Life

Posted By: admin on April 29, 2012 in Aerobic Dancing For Your Life - Comments: Comments Off on Aerobic Dancing For Your Life

Dancing involves vigorous jumping, kicking and bending to the beat of music; the benefits are comparable to those of jogging or swimming firmed muscles, stronger heart, extra energy. “It’s even better than energy.” says a bond salesman. A classmate claims it’s his tension safety valve.
With interest in physical fitness booming in the past ten years, dozens of exercise programs have come and gone. But aerobic dancing has stood the test of time. Largely through word of mouth advertising, it has grown from a single class in a church basement a decade ago to a nation wide craze today. Until recently, most of the students were woman that is changing. Men are rapidly becoming attracted to the sport. There is even a program designed for senior citizens.
Behind aerobic dancing is the remarkable success story of Jacki   Sorensen, creator and chairman of the board of Aerobic Dancing, Inc.
Sorensen’s aerobic dancing, Inc, has since grown to more than 160,000 students and 5000 instructors and programs have begun in Japan and Australia. But there’s plenty of competition. Local aerobic-dance programs are springing up every where. Dance-exercise also is proving a popular class in school systems among both boys and girls.
A typical class begins with a ten to fifteen-minute warm-up period of stretching exercises and sit-ups, followed by six to ten aerobic dances. After each dance, heart rates are monitored to ensure that they reach working levels but do not exceed safe limits. After about 45 minutes, class ends with a slow cool-down dance and some post-cool-down stretches to gradually bring down student’s heart rates. As a rule, students see improvement in their recovery heart rate within four to five weeks, Sorensen says. “And,” she adds, this becomes a motivating factor. They say, ‘Hey, not only is my heart recovering more quickly, which means it’s stronger, but I ‘m exercising harder. They may also begin to see the effect in the mirror-less flab and firmer muscles.
Sorensen recognizes, though, that health benefits alone will not keep people exercising. They also need to enjoy themselves. That is where the music comes in. “people feel the music when they’re dancing, and this becomes a high for them,” she says. “It also motivates them to move higher physically.”
In addition to the recommended twice-a-week classes students are advised to exercise once a week. This might consist of brisk walking, cycling or playing a favorite sport. Sorensen’s personal physical-fitness program includes dancing, Jogging, swimming, and cycling on a stationary bike.

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