Tuesday, July 14, 2009


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Make Your Eyes Look Bigger
July 14, 2009 at 8:55 pm

One could argue that the eyes are the most important feature of the face, since we tend to look at them the most. There are a few make up tips and tricks to make your eyes pop. To make them stand out, follow the tips below.

Use eyeliner only on the outer rim of the eyelids, not the inner rim.

*Blend eyeliner with a cotton swab rather than leaving it as a harsh line.

*Avoid drawing eyeliner on the inner corner of the lower lid; instead, start the line at the beginning of eyelash growth or even closer to the middle of the eye.

* Use a light shade of eye shadow on the upper lid leading up to the brow, which will open up the eye. A darker color can be used in the fold of the eye.

* Consider wearing false eyelashes to give your eyes a more wide-eyed, innocent look. Be sure to use natural-looking eyelashes.

* Curl your eyelashes with an eyelash curler before applying mascara to give you the same effect as false eyelashes.

*Try a black mascara if brown does not bring out your eyes enough.

9 Things To Know Before Buy Plus Size Clothes
July 14, 2009 at 8:53 pm

Women who are larger than average oftentimes find it difficult to find plus size clothes that are still stylish. However, several websites feature women's clothing in sizes 12 and up that look good and won't put a major dent in your pocketbook.

Step 1--Begin by getting your measurements. Sometimes women do not know their accurate size when looking for clothes. Use a tape measure and measure your bust, waist and hips. Write down the numbers on a sheet of paper for reference.

Step 2--Visit the Kiyonna website. This company offers plus size clothes for women that are sophisticated and stylish. You can find work clothes, casual wear, evening wear, swimwear, undergarments and even bridal wear at Kiyonna.

Step 3--Select "Customer Service" in the top navigation bar. On this page, you'll find a size chart to determine your size from 0x to 5x. Use your measurements to find your appropriate size.

Step 4--Choose the bigger size if you are between two sizes. You can always return or exchange the items within 30 days if they do not fit or are not satisfied for any reason.

Step 5--Pick the type of plus size clothing you are looking for under "Departments" in the side bar. On the next page you can see a gallery of pictures with information about each clothing item. Click on the picture to see a detailed description of the item.

Step 6--Roll your mouse over the picture on the next page to see an upclose view of the item. If you decide you want to buy it, select a color and size from the pull down menu, and then click "ADD TO BAG."

Step 7--Call Kiyonna toll-free at (888) 549-6662 if you have any questions about their plus sized clothes or ordering process.

Step 8--Select "CHECKOUT" when you are done shopping. On the next page, fill out the form with your shipping and billing information. Press "CONTINUE WITH CHECKOUT" and choose your shipping method. Kiyonna ships by standard ground shipping or gives you the option of overnight shipping.

Step 9--Enter your credit card information. Kiyonna accepts Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Write down your tracking number to track your shipment.

Make Your Own Hair Conditioner
July 14, 2009 at 8:47 pm

The personal grooming and hair care aisle in your local beauty supply store is most likely overwhelming by virtue of its sheer volume of available options. Even narrowing it down to hair conditioner alone, there is the option of choosing a leave-in conditioner or one that will rinse out. It is tempting to just buy one or the other, but to truly get your money's worth, it is best to make your own leave-in hair conditioner. The process is cheap and simple, and you are certain to have the best hair conditioner available when you make it yourself.

Make Your Own Leave-In Hair Conditioner

*Begin by assessing your hair's needs. Hair that is permed, colored, straightened or otherwise altered will have different needs than hair that is only gently brushed. An experienced hairdresser can quickly and easily assess your hair's overall health and needs.

*Purchase filtered water in individual bottles. Filtered water is purified and has been rid of chlorine, long known to wreak havoc on blond hair. It is also devoid of many minerals that would normally lead to unsightly buildup and thus it makes it a perfect addition to your homemade leave-in conditioner.

*Mix 1 oz. of commercial hair conditioner with 5 oz. of purified water. Pour the components of the mixture into the spray bottle.

*Gently stir the mixture with a wooden or glass stirrer until it is well blended. You now have a bottle of homemade leave-in hair conditioner that takes a minimum amount of time and work and costs a fraction of the price you would spend for a similar product from the store.

Tips & Warnings

*Buying purified water in individual bottles is preferable to buying it in a gallon jug, since repeated opening and closing introduces contaminants that may lead to algae buildup in the bottle.
*Buy a small bottle of the conditioner to avoid storing a partially used bottle for a long period of time. The exposure to air and contaminants may alter the quality of the conditioner and since you will use it sparingly, getting your money's worth depends on using the entire content of the bottle.
*Adjust the nozzle to use as little or as much of the leave-in hair conditioner as your hair's condition requires. If you have just deep conditioned your hair, you will undoubtedly need less; if the weather looks like it might cause your hair to get frizzy, use more.
*Do not mistake filtered water for spring water. Some spring water is enhanced with minerals that will not work well for a leave-in hair conditioner.
*Do not use the same distilled water that you are using for your iron.

5 Easy Tips to Choose a Hair Conditioner
July 14, 2009 at 8:47 pm

Your choice of conditioner depends most on your hair type (unlike your choice of shampoo, which depends on your scalp type). Choosing the right conditioner can help you avoid greasy, limp locks or a dry, frizzy head of hair.

*Choose a rich, moisturizing conditioner if your hair tends to get dry and frizzy.

*Use a volumizing conditioner if your hair is limp and fine.

*Get conditioner made for normal hair if yours is healthy and shiny.

*Change the brand of conditioner you use every month, since hair can become immune to a specific formula's effects, and buildup can occur.

*Buy a separate deep or leave-in conditioner to use once a week. If your hair is fine, use it in the shower and rinse it out immediately, the way you do with normal conditioner. The drier your hair is, however, the longer you'll want to leave it in.

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