3 Current Fashion Trends For Women

Posted by on Aug 15, 2016 in Uncategorized

It seems like there is always going to be some new fashion trend for women that is super fun and exciting to try. While some fashion trends seem to stay longer than others, it is these trends that make fashion so much fun. If you want to try some new trends, then the best way to do so is to look around you and go shopping and see what trends you think suit you and your personal style. This article will discuss 3 current fashion trends for women.  Leggings That Look Like Jeans A super cute and also incredibly comfortable fashion trend for women that is very in style right now are leggings that look like jeans. These leggings have the normal stretchy legging top, but the material and style is made to look like you are wearing regular jeans. They come in a variety of colors that can include a range from light to dark denim, as well as black, tan, and more. These are great if you want to look like you are dressed, but also want to feel comfortable at the same time.  Booties Booties are super popular right now, and if you don’t know what these are, they are short boots that go to your ankles. One reason why these boots are so popular is because they are perfect for any season. In the winter they can be worn with leggings to keep warm and in the spring and summer, they can be worn with shorts, capris, and dresses to mix things up from your regular sandals. The booties can come either solid or with certain cutouts in them, making some more fit for certain cold or warm seasons than others. Booties also come in a variety of materials, colors, and patterns, making it easy to find a great pair of booties to match almost any outfit.  Oversized Sunglasses There are so many reasons why sunglasses make the perfect accessory to almost any outfit, but right now oversized sunglasses for women are specifically a popular item. Sunglasses are perfect if you have tired or puffy eyes from a sleepless night, or simply if you don’t feel like wearing a full face of makeup one day. The oversized look also helps to make your face look smaller and thinner, which most women love. Also if you choose rounded, oversized sunglasses they will make your face look more angular and accentuate your cheek bones.  For more information, contact companies like...

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Nailed It: Tips For Taking (Good) Care Of Your Nails

Posted by on Jun 28, 2016 in Uncategorized

They may seem small and insignificant to you at first, but your nails are actually an important part of a polished, professional look. But what if your nails aren’t up to par and you can’t quite figure out a way to take care of them that’s both effective and not very time-consuming? If you’re – guy or girl – looking for a few tips and tricks to keep your nails looking clean, healthy, and taken care of, then here’s what you need to know. Get the Right Tools In order to take care of your nails, you’ll need a few tools that are made to help you. A good set of nail clippers should be your first purchase; they’ll run you around $10 but won’t rip and tear your nails like the cheap $1 clippers will. You’ll also want to pick up a pair of clippers designed specifically for your toenails; your toenails are a different shape and thickness than your fingernails, and the toenail clippers will account for that. Finally, you’ll want an orange stick; this multitasker will aid both in cleaning under your nails and with pushing back your cuticles. Clean and Moisturize All of those tools mean nothing, however, if your canvas isn’t clean and healthy to begin with. Begin by taking care to wash underneath your fingernails, whatever length they are. Use the pointed end of the orange stick (carefully!) to remove any stubborn dirt; you’ll need to do this every few days in order to keep your nails clean. After that, make sure to moisturize, using a hand cream or lotion that you like, so you’ll be okay putting it on regularly. Make sure your cuticles are moisturized and they should slide right back when gently pushed by the broad end of the orange stick. For stubborn cuticles, soak them in warm water for 10 minutes, then push them back and finish with your lotion. Watch Your Lines When cutting your fingernails, it’s important not to cut down too far, as it can make your fingers bleed and allow infections to begin under your nails. Luckily, you have a built-in guideline of where to cut. The white part of your nails designates where you should stop cutting, with any cuts underneath the white being designated by the term “cutting below the quick.” Leave a small strip of this white on your toenails (which should be cut straight across) and your fingernails (if you don’t choose to have them a bit longer) to keep your hands and feet both presentable and infection-free. One you have these tools, you can also look for other products that may be good for you nails, such as organic nail polish. For more information, contact a local beauty supplies...

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Why Handmade Soap Beats Out The Store Stuff

Posted by on May 3, 2016 in Uncategorized

When it comes to soap, there are all kinds of it available.  However, some soap is definitely better and more high quality than others. For example, just grabbing some mass-made soap at the local supermarket or drugstore definitely pales in comparison to buying handmade soap made from natural ingredients. While handmade soap can be a bit more expensive- after all, it’s literally made by hand, it is worth it because of its many advantages. Healthful Ingredients To start off with, true, natural soaps are made from lots of healthy, natural ingredients that are just great for your body and skin. Some of the most common ingredients found in handmade soap are vegetable oils, butters, and other vitamin-packed components. When you rub antioxidant-rich, nutrient-dense soap over your body, you can just imagine the impact this has on your skin…and the gorgeous, glowing complexion that is sure to result. A Cure for Dry Skin Another thing that many people notice when they make the switch from standard, store-bought soap to natural soap is that any issues they’ve had with dry skin start to clear up right away. Many people get irritated by the harsh, unnatural ingredients that are typically found in commercial soaps. This can lead not only to dry skin but to breakouts, itching, and other skin problems as well. Fortunately, though, making the switch to handmade soap clears up dryness and a host of other issues for most people who choose to go this route. Ethically Made Not only can handmade soap benefit your body, but it can ease your conscience as well. Mass-made commercial soaps are often created in factories, sometimes by poorly paid laborers, which should give you cause for ethical concern. Handmade soaps, though, are made by true artists who enjoy what they do and who do it by choice. Doesn’t it feel a whole lot better using a product that was safely and fairly made than one that was created through the suffering and unfair treatment of others? Strong, Luxurious Scents Finally, if you’ve ever sniffed a bar of handmade soap, then you know that it smells absolutely heavenly! The fresh, natural ingredients used make the soap smell truly amazing, instead of chemical and “fake” the way most commercial soaps smell. It also feels good to know that your soap’s smell is coming from natural, earth-made ingredients, rather than unnatural, potentially unhealthy ingredients; that knowledge, as well as the rest of the advantages discussed here, makes it a whole lot easier to take a deep sniff and enjoy your bath or shower. Contact a business, such as Flowersong LLC , for more information....

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Two Very Good Reasons To Look Into Modest Fashion — And Three Ways To Pull It Off Successfully

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Uncategorized

If you’re a woman looking for some new styles to add to your wardrobe, or even if you’re looking to give yourself a bit of a makeover, start looking at fashion blogs that focus on what’s known as “modest” dressing. Modest fashion is often associated with highly religious lifestyles, but that isn’t always the case. In fact, while some modest fashion blogs are geared toward stylish religious dress, others are geared simply toward clothes that have longer hemlines or higher necklines — but that still look very good and very modern. Here are two reasons why dressing modestly may be just what you’re looking for, plus three ways to pull it off (pun intended) successfully.     More Relaxing Wearing clothing that has a little more material to it can make it less of an effort to wear the clothing. What that means is that you’re not constantly having to move the shoulder of your blouse back up or having to check that your shorts haven’t started showing a little too much in back. If wind hits a short skirt, it can send that skirt flying up. But if the wind hits a longer skirt, you’re less at risk of showing the world what you’re wearing underneath it. There’s just less worry and concern that goes into keeping the clothing in place and looking good. It may seem like a small issue to have to adjust your clothing, but it can really take up a lot of your subconscious attention. Diverse Styles Modest fashion doesn’t restrict what you can wear — it adds to it. Add in more modest styles like maxi skirts and different sleeve lengths on shirts, and you’ve just increased the number of styles you can choose from. Start looking at dresses that have lengths anywhere from just above the knee to all the way down to the ground, and you’ve enlarged the range of dresses in which you can look for outfits. It’s that simple. You simply have a greater variety of clothing to choose from. Diversify Patterns and Colors If you do want to include more modest fashion in your wardrobe, diversify the patterns and colors you wear. It’s fine to emphasize your favorites, but don’t stick to just a couple of colors overall. Even if the main piece you wear is one color, add a sweater or scarf that has a delicate print on it. Ensure you have a few pieces in bold colors and busy patterns as well as more sedate solid colors. Reduce the Use of Empire Waists Dresses with empire waists, those high waists that sit around the bottom of your bust (note: not dresses that have built-in curved waists and a seam where an empire waist would go, but those that have actual empire waists only), can be fashionable. But if you’re dressing modestly and thus using longer sleeves...

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Creating The Master Bath Of Your Dreams

Posted by on Mar 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

If you are planning on doing some updating to your bathroom, why not create a space that lives up to your master bath dreams? With a few basic tips and some clever remodeling, your bathroom can become a place that you go to relax, unwind, and get ready for whatever life has in store for you. Some things to think about when planning your bathroom project are: A shampoo station. Make doing your hair easier with a shampoo station in your bathroom. Invest in a salon-style shampoo bowl, with comfy chair of course, and enjoy the convenience of this dedicated space. Talk with your plumber about plumbing in your shampoo station, and adding mirrors to finish your project. For a shampoo bowl, contact a company such as Wholesale Salon Equipment. A sitting area. If you are fortunate enough to have enough space, create a sitting area in your master bath. This can be as simple as adding one comfortable chaise or chair, or you may want to invest in some cool, contemporary sectional seating. You will find it truly relaxing to be able to lounge in a special spot in your master bath. Add a bidet. A bidet is an easy way to bring a sense of luxury to any bathroom, and who doesn’t want one in their master bathroom? These will require professional plumbing installation and are typically located directly next to your bathroom’s toilet. Spacious storage. You will want some storage in your dream bathroom, so plan on reinventing some closet space or constructing some shelving. If space permits, add a partition such as a dressing screen near your closet for a makeshift dressing area to change in and store your clothing. Contractors may be able to come up with clever ways to carve out additional storage space in smaller bathrooms. The right light. Often times, the atmosphere of a room comes down to the lighting. For your bathroom, you want something romantic and muted, yet you also need illumination for the many things that you do here such as apply makeup or shave. Invest in some attractive task lamps and pendant fixtures to supplement the ambient lighting of your space, such as all-over track lighting. There are many ways to transform a simple bathroom into the master bath that you have been dreaming of in your home. Talk with contractors and home improvement experts regarding plumbing and electrical work, as well as to discover ways to optimize your bathroom’s square-footage. In no time, you will be lounging and enjoying your new, dreamy master bath...

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3 Things To Consider Before Getting A New Hair Cut

Posted by on Jan 21, 2016 in Uncategorized

Making the decision to change your hairstyle and go with a completely different cut can be difficult. Hair isn’t something that is going to grow back in a matter of days. It can take time. Because of this, it is important that you take your time and consider a few different elements before settling on one specific haircut over another. Hair Texture Hair texture is crucial when it comes to deciding on what hairstyle is going to work the best for you. The natural shape and texture of your hair will often determine your hairstyle, length and the manner in which the stylist can cut your hair. Hair can be fine, wavy, coarse, straight, curly or frizzy. By knowing what your specific hair texture is, you can determine what cuts are going to look the best on you. The last thing you want is a horrible haircut to go along with your curly hair or a style that ends up leaving your already fine hair looking lifeless and dull. Hair texture also determines what styling products, tools and methods are going to work the best for your situation. Lifestyle A key consideration when getting a new haircut should be your particular lifestyle. If you are someone who loves glamming it up and spending hours on your hair, you can probably get away with almost any style out there. However, those who don’t want to be bothered with having to style their hair need to opt for a low-maintenance cut. Here are a couple key points to ponder: If you pull your hair back during the summer, you need a cut that leaves plenty of hair to do so. If you like to air dry your hair, the stylist will want to give you a cut that looks good when air dried. If getting bangs, make sure to ask the stylist for a lesson on how to blow dry them. Make sure you have time to go into the salon if you need any touch-ups or bang trims. Body Shape You might not realize it, but your body shape plays a major role in your haircut. If you are a curvy woman, you might want a hairstyle that has body to help balance your curves. Taller women with no curves should opt for something longer and curlier to help enhance their appearance. By stopping and thinking about the three things above, you can make sure you get the haircut you desire in no time. Remember, your stylist is there to help. To learn more, contact a salon like A Cut...

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