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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Cuticle Nipper

High quality stainless steel professional nail cutter adds sleek sophistication to any beauty routine to snip in style with ultimate accuracy.

The handles are calibrated with single & double spring action needing only the slightest pressure for smooth trimming and are designed for both righties and lefties.

Cuticle nippers are useful for removing thick and dead cuticles which are difficult to cut through using normal cuticle knives or nail cutters. There are different types of cuticle nippers available with various types of blade designs. They have now become an essential tool in manicure kits.

For cutting ultra thick nails, especially toenails, you can use nail and toe nippers. These come useful when normal nail cutters fail. They have some really sharp blades with strong and durable handles that make cutting the thickest possible nails easier.

Cut the toe nails and in this case, quality clippers will give you outstanding results. Nevertheless, when cutting the nails, make sure you leave about 1/8th of an inch so that the nails don’t extend over the tip of the toes.

Filing all round the edges will also help in acquiring soft square shaped nails.

Nail clippers are one of the most universal grooming necessities, because much like hair, nail beds will continue to grow whether we like it or not. The tiny tool is something you’ve probably used your entire life.

Ombre Hair

Keep the hair as healthy as possible. Bleaching basically removes pigment from hair to lighten it and it can be damaging compared to dyeing. Also important to remember is that the technique concentrates on hair ends and lengths which are compromised and can sustain damages compared to newer growths near the roots. To keep damages minimal consider trimming hair before and after ombre especially for dry or long hair. It is a simple way of preventing split ends or making them worse. You should nourish and soften hair once a week using color safe deep conditioner.

Go easy with the colors. When going ombre, it is best that you stick to natural hair colors, however adventurous you might be feeling. For black hair or dark brown hair, the ombre should not be lighter than soft medium or light brown. Light brown hair and blonde hair can have lighter color towards hair ends. To get it right, remember that the lighter the hair the lighter the ombre can go. Avoid being too drastic with your color choices if you want a good finish.

Try as much as possible to avoid harsh lines. Demarcation lines that are too harsh do not look any good. The hair should not go from light to dark too instantly and should instead appear sun-kissed and natural. The hand painting technique can be best to evenly distribute and blend lighter pieces. Mussing up hair strands also achieves the same positive results with the ombre. If you are doing the coloring yourself, consider using a toothbrush after applying bleach to rub color upwards to achieve the subtle gradient effect.

Get a reliable stylist. To avoid a messy ombre, trust a skilled stylist. So much can go wrong when coloring the hair, especially with dark hair you want to dramatically lighten. A stylist will choose the most flattering highlights to match your hair type and facial features. You also do not have to worry about poor product choices when you hire the services of skilled hair colorists to do your ombre.

Some Uses for Baking Soda

You can clean your brushes and combs with a bit of baking soda. By mixing the powder into a bowl of warm water it will instantly have a reaction and remove any dirt that has been lodged in the bristles of your brush.

Cushions and bedding will often have odd smells that are difficult to remove. If you use baking soda on the surface of these household items and furniture, you will remove any odours and moisture that has accumulated over time. Don’t forget to dust it off before using the furniture again.

You can use this kitchen ingredient as a way of cleaning your other kitchen items. The compound will let your stainless steel objects shine once again. It will take a bit of gentle scrubbing but you will be satisfied with the results.

It’s known that baking soda can be used as a teeth whitener but did you know that it can also be used to whiten and brighten other things? Using it in your laundry basket will get your whites bright again. Using it on your floor will make for a perfect tile shiner.

You can also clean the dishwasher with this amazing powder. If you add about half a cup into the machine and run it with no dishes then the dishwasher will smell fresh again and any unwanted stains will be removed. This can be done with most household appliances.

Besides cleaning and making a person pretty, the powder is also incredibly useful for sores and irritated skin. The elements relief the skin and help with the healing process. Just adding it to the skin is a perfect substitute for the expensive ointments and is more than likely to always be on hand.


How Does Coolsculpting Differ From Weight Loss? When you lose weight, your fat cells get smaller, but they don’t go away. They’re just waiting for you to consume enough calories to get bigger again. CoolSculpting doesn’t shrink the fat cells; it kills them without damaging surrounding skin. Then, your body eliminates the dead fat cells naturally. You can get rid of those trouble spots that don’t budge when you lose weight.

What Areas Can Benefit From Coolsculpting? Is there a bump or a bulge you just hate? Maybe it’s a double chin or those things called “love handles” – who came up with that name anyway? CoolSculpting can work when used on flanks, back fat or bulges, hips, upper and lower abdomen, male chest, inner thighs, and arms. CoolSculpting addresses problem areas to get rid of stubborn fat. If you have an area that you think could benefit, ask for a consultation – most initial consultations will be free.

What If I Gain Weight Again? You’re going to look so good when you finish your treatment that it just may be incentive enough to keep you from gaining. But, if you do, remember CoolSculpting destroys the fat cells and your body naturally eliminates them. They’re not there to fill up again. Of course, you can still gain weight but that weight gain is likely to be more even and your treated trouble spots won’t get disproportionately bigger again.

When Will I See Results? CoolSculpting is a process of killing fat cells with cold so your body can eliminate them. It is not instant, but you can expect to see some improvement in 3 weeks and maximum results in about two months.