Currently, many women are eager to have a charming appearance, one of them by changing the eyelashes, can with eyelash extension, or it could be a manual and natural way. Here is how to get the lashes as you wish.
Eyelashes can create a sexy impression on the overall makeup look. The secret is, of course, applying the mascara correctly. Through the make-up is reinforced by the application of mascara, you will be more expressive. The use of mascara is the last process of wearing upon the eye. So apply the whole makeup of moisturizer, powder, eyeshadow, eyeliner, blush on before you brush the lashes with mascara.
Apply from the inside up, from the roots to the outer edge of the eyelashes. Wait up to 30 seconds for mascara to stick and dry on the lashes and you can apply it twice. Keep in mind the lower eyelashes are not as big as the upper eyelashes and require only a little mascara. To apply the lower eyelashes, apply a mascara brush by standing the tip of the brush down, then apply in a way the movement decreases. See also semi-permanent mascara.
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If you’ve just found out that you’re expecting, congratulations! Whilst you know that this means there’s going to be some pretty big changes to your body, you might not know about the effects that pregnancy can have on your mouth health. So, with that in mind, here are a few things you should know to keep your mouth healthy during pregnancy.
Morning sickness, whilst unpleasant, is a part of pregnancy for many women. It can be a concern for mouth health, as the acid in your stomach can be strong enough to lead to tooth and enamel erosion. As your pregnancy progresses, you may suffer from heartburn or acid reflux which can have the same effect. Whilst you may be tempted to brush your teeth straight away, it’s best to rinse with water first. You can also change to a bland toothpaste if the taste is bothering you, and if you have frequent bouts of vomiting it’s best to rinse with water or mouthwash to save excessive brushing from scratching your enamel.
Even though it sounds unpleasant, pregnancy gingivitis is common in a lot of pregnancies. During pregnancy, hormones, as well as making you crave …
It is fair to say that for many of us, social media has changed the way we communicate and we now do many things differently. Gone are the days when we relied on communicating in person, or using cameras and having to wait for them to be developed before seeing the results. Photos are now instant, and many people believe that this process of sharing photos online and receiving comments and likes has led many more people down the surgical route.
We are living in a more visual world which is inevitable, with pressure to look good everywhere around us, making it far too easy to compare ourselves to others and often put ourselves down. Many people are now heading to the surgeon because they are unhappy with their online appearance, wanting to create versions of themselves for the purpose of social media.
What many people don’t realise is that social media offers a very distorted version of people, never showing them at their worst. We are all guilty of wanting to look our best online, but the main issue seems to be that it is seriously harming people’s confidence and self-image, which needs to be changed. It is important …