A work day shouldn‚ t be unduly stressful. Moreover, dressing up for the office shouldn‚ t be such a pain. But many of us suffer through the morning trying on outfit after outfit. These need not be the case. There are three basic rules to successful office fashion. Rule #1: If unsure, be on the conservative side. A lot of people are mistaken when they misinterpret ‚ smart casual‚ with ‚ casual‚. There is a world of difference between these two terms. Smart casual is usually a relaxed version of business attire (read: no flip flops). On the other hand, casual is usually jeans and a tailored shirt. When in doubt, dress more conservatively but avoid dressing in all black.
Even if we look great on a typical day, red letter days require us to spruce up our look. Looking better than usual need not be drastic or expensive. Sometimes all we need is a new take on things. Revamping your wardrobe doesn‚ t mean throwing out everything. Remember: moderation is the key to following trends successfully. While it‚ s great to look at fashion magazines and sites to get a feel of the newest trends, remember that you need not wear everything these advertise. Magazines and sites present the inspiration or the ideal for trends. If you follow everything, you end up becoming a fashion victim. Pick out a few pieces that would go well with what you have already.
Longer nights, darker shades, the year deepens and becomes more romantic, more mysterious. The light colors of summer deepen, growing richer as the year comes to it‚ s close. Fall Fashion embodies a richer look, a look made famous long ago by the Mod, dark smoky eyes, nude lip and flawless skin. Colors darken, leaving behind the bright pinks and peaches of the summer lines. Deep plums, warm browns, cool charcoals and vibrant gold come to life. Chanel and Dior are advancing new lines where gold reigns supreme. This year the Modern Mod will reign, her eyes, smoky shades of gray and gold, her lips a soft neutral, her skin smooth and flawless. Smoky eyes with well blended lines, thick smoked out liner.
September‚. It‚ s time to leave summer behind and face the change of season that‚ s just around the corner. Sweltering summer heat isn‚ t over, but our needs for our hair and for our looks are changing. Good-bye flip flops, sun streaked free flowing hair and dry, sun baked skin. Months of swimming in chlorinated pools and the heat of summer have taken their toll on our skin and our hair. Light hair colors for summer have taken their toll as well. Bleaching by chemical and by nature can make our hair a brittle mess. Now that we are moving into weather that is going to be cooler our colors will go darker, our styles more sleek and controlled. We‚ re heading away from beaches and into business.
Makeup, the entrance into the exotic, that step outside the normal realm. A face becomes the canvas, the makeup your paints and there are no limits save your imagination. With the deft stroke of a brush you can bring a face to life, turn a soccer mom into a diva, turn reality into fantasy. Since the beginning of time there have been Cosmetic Artists, they enhanced Cleopatra‚ s renowned beauty and turned Norma Jean into Marilyn Monroe. They paint the world with their imaginations and bring color to our lives. Hollywood would be lost without them... Designed for those who want to enter the glamorous field of Cosmetic Artistry, VIP-CAT Academy of Cosmetic Arts is the first of its kind in Northern California.
My interest in MBT Shoes derives from the fact that I work on my computer constantly, and have begun to get some back pains and pains in my joints. Since it is needed to have the shoes before I can really review them, I have decided to join the new fitness revolution and purchase a pair of these new MBT shoes. MBT is short for Masai Barefoot Technology and the shoes are designed to copy walking on a beach in the sand. It's a multiple layered, curved sole that obtains this by creating a natural, but uneven walking surface. MBT shoes are meant to make the core strengthening muscles more active, producing better posture, better back strength and increasing shock absorption for all of the joints.
Just the other day I was driving by the mall, getting nostalgic about those fall hang-out-at-the-mall shopping days. You know the ones. The big Saturday trip to all your favorite stores, bags of sweaters and new jeans and maybe a funky T-shirt or two, a stop by the Food Court with your mom for a slice of pizza. Those were the days, eh? (Who's with me?) Well, I don't know about the rest of you, but those days (and Dad's deep pockets) are gone for me, and a brand-new fall wardrobe every year isn't an option anymore. Luckily, there are some easy ways to carry some of your summer favorites into fall, and some tricks for making old pieces seem new again.
For years now, people from around the world have appreciated the art of tribal tattoos. But in the past, the natives were the first to have discovered and used it for different purposes. Over time, it has been passed on from one generation to another. And now, the westerners have loved this kind of body art. So where did it first originate? How did it come to be? Well, during the ancient times, these tribal designs were not just body decorations. They often mean something. The symbols may signify rank, status, or power of the individual bearing it. Various people from different cultures have adapted this kind of tribal tattoo before as an aspect of human life.
There are so many different ways for women to remove their unwanted facial hair. Unfortunately, none of them are very appealing, with the exception of a procedure that is becoming more and more common in America right now: laser removal of facial hair. Salon waxing is the option used by most affluent women, as it is often the easiest, most convenient, and least painful way to remove unwanted facial hair. However, it is still painful, it still needs to be done at least once a month, and it is not permanent. Why not stop the monthly drains on your bank account by undergoing a permanent laser hair removal treatment? Women who find salon removal of facial hair inconvenient or too expensive often turn to drugstore hair removal solutions, which include at-home wax or cream hair removal kits.
Laser hair removal has been around for more than a decade, and millions of Americans have received it at a growing number of laser hair removal centers across the country. However, very few people know how it actually works. Therefore, in this article, the question of, "How does laser hair removal work?" will be answered. It is common in this day and age to have heard of the idea of "laser surgery, " which would seem to imply that lasers can cause significant changes to bodily tissues. One might wonder then, how it can be used safely to remove unwanted facial and body hair. What is so remarkable about laser technology is the precision with which it can be used.