Thursday, November 29, 2007

Making Up Your Eyes - Eye Make Up Tips That Actually Work

Making Up Your Eyes - Eye Make Up Tips That Actually Work By Franchis

Eye make up tips are provided on these pages to educate and entice you. There are countless tips that can be considered, but only the best are worth your time. Many of us realize that the eyes are the most essential part of the make up of the face. Take note of these eye make-up tricks for a quick glamour fix that you’ll just adore!· Arch your brows to begin. The key to a clean look for your eyes begins with a beautiful shapely brow! Avoid the “werewolf syndrome” by trimming and shaping your brows. I highly recommend having a professional stylist do the job. It’s always easier for an expert to tweeze or arch your brows than attempting the do-it-yourself tactic. Be sure to clearly explain your expectations. I always take in a picture to show how I want my brows to look.

Eyeliners. Eyeliners add further definition to the eye and put a more finished look to the effect desired with the application of the eye shadow. To apply the eyeliner, draw the line first on the lower lid, and then draw a line on the upper lid, starting from the inner corner and going towards the outer corner. The eyeliner should be applied closely to the lash line.

Mascara. In putting mascara on the eyelashes, a woman adds more life to her eyes and makes them seem brighter. The color of the mascara that you should choose, however, should complement the color of your skin.

Choose your shadows wisely. Eye color makes a difference when choosing shadow colors. Brown eyes look good with most colors, however, try adding some variety to your face by spicing it up with some color. Blue and green eyes should avoid the blue and green shadows. This will give you a pale and dull appearance. If you have blue or green eyes, smoky colors tend to bring out your eyes the best. A make-up trio is good to buy because part of the work is already done for you, color coordination. When you use a color trio, go from lighter to darker starting at the lid part of your eye.

Applying the Shadow. Most women just start applying shadow without the most important initial step, the base. Using foundation to base your eyes brings out the true color of the shadow and allows the shadow to stay on longer. After the base, apply the shadow with a long tipped brush. These are just better for application and blending. To top it off, add a little liner to the very top of your lids to make your eyes appear sexier, but be sure to smudge it. Helpful hint-after applying more than one color, blend them with a separate brush to create a more natural look.

Mascara is a Must- Choosing your mascara is tricky. Most women don’t put much thought or money into the type of mascara that they use. Well, if I were to invest in one expensive type of make-up, it would be the mascara. Why? Well, for one, cheap mascara can actually lead to breakage of the lashes! It’s true… cheap mascara, which leads to clumping, weighs down the lashes, which eventually leads to tearing lids out to remove the mascara. You can choose thickening mascara, lengthening, or conditioning (if you don’t need longer or thicker lashes) depending on what you need. The make-up market has a plethora of mascara products to choose from. I suggest avoiding colorful mascaras, as they tend to add too much to your look.

Pull your look together by color-coding. Basically, be sure to tie it all together by choosing the rest of your cosmetics to match your beautiful new eyes. If you are wearing smoky eyes, red lips look great! Shimmery shadows go great with nude or earth tone lips. Never mix shiny lips with shimmery, eyes unless you want to look like a character from High School Musical. With a more matte look, say, an Audrey Hepburn classic look, you can sport earth-tone lips or red lips. Just be sure that you aren’t over killing on one color.

Curl lashes An eyelash curler will make even long lashes look more gorgeous. For added effect, you can heat the curler under a blowdryer for a couple seconds. Test curler before applying to lashes because you could burn yourself.

Apply mascara Place the wand of your mascara brush at the bottom of lashes and wiggle back and forth. Follow with another few sweeps of the wand. Apply to bottom lashes as well.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Beauty Tips And Advice For Summers Period

Beauty Tips And Advice For Summers Period By: Franchis

Summer is the time to give your body the healthy tan and protect it from the horrors of sunburn, baked and dry lips and even sun-scorched skin cancer!. There are some makeup disasters that can happen in summer sun and a relaxing beach noon that we do not pay adequate attention too. Drik lots n lots of water. It your water intake is about 5-6glasses of water then increase it upto 10-12 glasses of water. Sunglasses protect your eyes but do not stop the sun from tanning the rest of your face, resulting in eyes with paler skin around it than the rest of the face. To avoid this, generously rub sunscreen with SPF 30 with a broad spectrum over your entire face. Use gel on your hair and use only the fresh razor with triple blades to shave bikini line to avoid any unsightly rashes.

Cleanliness is important because dust particles get stuck in the pores of the skin. Use eyeliner pencil of slate gray, warm chocolate or navy shades with a light hand. Use gel on your hair and use only the fresh razor with triple blades to shave bikini line to avoid any unsightly rashes. Warm blond and naturally medium brown hair with highlights may acquire coppery shades in sun due to oxidation.Hair color gloss can help you to achieve the shine again. Warm, sunny, bright blush can be used. Wear only natural nude shades as lip colors while going out to the beach. Moisturizer is key to keeping skin from losing its suppleness -- even if it is hot and humid. Light shade of bronzer on cheekbones and chin gives you a beautiful suntan.

Beauty Summers Tips.

1. Apply ice packs on face, it reduces sweating to a larger extent.

2. Don't use scrubs as it makes your skin dry.

3. Use Sunglasses. Sunglasses protect your eyes

4. Use eyeliner pencil of slate gray, warm chocolate or navy shades with a light hand.

5. Use gel on your hair and use only the fresh razor with triple blades to shave bikini line to avoid any unsightly rashes

6. Wear skimpier clothes so a killer bod is a must and good skin is a given.

Face pack for summers

1. Home made face packs with tomato and lemon takes out excessive oil and blackheads. If your skin is carrying pimples or rashes then don't use lemon.

2. Daily home care home made face packs prepared with yogurt, honey and egg is very effective on the dead cells.

By: Franchis

Merry Makeup: How To Look Great This Holiday Season

Merry Makeup: How To Look Great This Holiday Season

The busy holiday season is full of parties and get-togethers where you will want to look your best. While your everyday makeup routine may get you from home to office or school and back again, you’ll want a little more excitement for your night time events. Make sure your makeup is a reflection of the season with these great tips.

Go Shimmery: Nothing says the holidays like a little shimmer. Complete your winter look by applying either a minimal amount of shimmer powder or by adding some shimmer to your lips or your eyelids. Adding a little shimmer will make your face look brighter and add a glow that fits the holiday season.

Be Bold: The holiday season is an excellent time to go bold when it comes to your makeup. Cat eyes or dark smokey eyes often add a mysterious glamour that fits well with the deep colors of the season. Likewise deep dark red lips sticks and glosses are a great way to bring the holiday cheer to your smile (and make your teeth look whiter).

Keep it Balanced: Dark eyes and deep gorgeous red lips are great but there needs to be a balance. As a rule of thumb never go with dark lips and eyes. Pairing the two will only leave you like your still wearing your Halloween costume. Counter dark makeup with nude glossy lips and dark lips with a simple eye shadow close to your natural skin tone.

Prime Your Face: Holiday parties can often happen right after work and last for quite a long time, make sure your makeup stays put by applying a primer to your face. A primer will ultimately make your skin look smoother by helping mask flaws and allowing your makeup to go easier and stay on longer.

Tinted Moisturizer: While your summer glow may be wearing off by this point, you don’t need to hit the tanning bed to keep that healthy tone to your skin. Ultimately, tanning is not safe way of keep your skin aglow and sunless tanners can often leave you looking streaky and orange. Keep your skin looking radiant with tinted moisturizers. While you may not achieve that right from the beach glow, your skin will look dewy and refreshed with a tab bit of color.

Silver and Gold: When choosing shimmery makeup, nail polish, and eye liners, consider looking for hues in silver and gold. Silver and gold are always popular during the holiday season and can give your look that extra festive appearance.

Manicure Your Nails: Even if you’re not one for pampering yourself, a manicure around the holidays is a must. Getting your nails primped and ready for parties and gathers that are so prevalent during the holidays can take a lot of effort. While self manicured nails will most likely chip and you’ll be forced to take care of them several times in one week, a manicure should a few weeks and take you right through to New Years.

By: Jen Wasilewski

Beauty Tips And Facial Steaming

Beauty Tips And Facial Steaming 

What is steaming?

Exposing your skin to warm, moist steam from recently boiled water, be it from a pot in your kitchen, an electric facial sauna, a sauna at the Gym or by application of a hot compress (a flannel soaked in hot water, rinsed out and placed on the treatment area such as the back and shoulders) will help to deep cleans your skin. The warmth in the steam will improve the blood circulation to the skin, resulting in detoxification of the skin by removal of any Toxins built up in the skin.

Steaming the face is the best way to thoroughly deep clean your pores, to get rid of pimples, blackheads and whiteheads. Steaming is very important to loosen debris that may be embedded into the skin. When steaming the face your wide the clogged pores and soften the skin in order to cleanse more easily the impurities, the traces of makeup, the dust, the sebaceous secretions as well as the dead skin cells. It is helpful for both acne and blackheads. Facial steaming is recommended to be done on a weekly basis as part of your beauty routine. Other benefits of steam on the skin is Softens and re hydrates outer layer of skin , Stimulates skin blood circulation and helps soften plugs in pores for easy removal. The steam will open the pores, loosen blackheads and bring spots to a head. Do not get too close to the boiling water, for if the steam is too hot, it might cause broken veins.

To make steaming more beneficial, add a tablespoon of herbs to the water. You can also try lavender, thyme and rosemary for a stimulating cleanse. These herbs smell delicious. Steam your face for about ten to twenty minutes. By steaming blackheads come out of the pores and it becomes easy to extract them. Lower your face over the pot which should cover the head and pot in a way that steam is directed towards your face. You should add peppermints, rose petals, mint petals in the water. Use a soft towel to dry your face. Steaming should be done once in a week. You can also apply a moisturizer and massage the face and neck and then steam your face. With the help of cotton gently wash your face.

The benefits of steaming your face are many. It opens your pores, removes dead skin cells, improves circulation and allows for a deep cleansing of your skin. It is helpful for both acne and blackheads. Facial steaming is recommended to be done on a weekly basis as part of your beauty routine.

It is normal after the first few times for a few blemishes to appear, this is due to the steam releasing the impurities in the skin.

However using too high of a temperature for either of the following methods can do more harm than good. Excessive steam can burn your skin so be careful and only do what is comfortable for you. If you have sensitive skin or any skin conditions it is best to discuss with your doctor prior to facial steaming.

The best time for applying facial mask is after steaming your face, because the pores are open and mask will be able to penetrate deeply into the skin. Steam and sauna bathing is one of the simplest and most comfortable ways to rid the body of accumulated toxins as perspiration helps eliminate waste products and accumulated toxins and a steam bath is a powerful perspiration inducer. Steam bathing is very dehydrating, so make sure you drink up.

Steaming can be taken by leaning over a large bowl of boiling water, by covering your head with a towel and making a tent around the bowl. The steam will open the pores, loosen blackheads and bring spots to a head. Do not get too close to the boiling water, for if the steam is too hot, it might cause broken veins. To make steaming more beneficial, add a tablespoon of herbs to the water. Elderflower and camomile are the old favorites for this. You can also try lavender, thyme and rosemary for a stimulating cleanse. These herbs smell delicious.

By: Franchis

Beauty Tips - Facial Beauty Home

Beauty Tips - Facial Beauty Home By: Franchis

For a smooth, wrinkle free, supple skin, it is very important to get a facial done at least once a month. It is not necessary to always go to a beauty salon for a facial. Summer is the time to give your body the healthy tan and protect it from the horrors of sunburn, baked and dry lips and even sun-scorched skin cancer!. There are some makeup disasters that can happen in summer sun and a relaxing beach noon that we do not pay adequate attention too. Drik lots n lots of water. It your water intake is about 5-6glasses of water then increase it upto 10-12 glasses of water. Sunglasses protect your eyes but do not stop the sun from tanning the rest of your face, resulting in eyes with paler skin around it than the rest of the face. To avoid this, generously rub sunscreen with SPF 30 with a broad spectrum over your entire face. Use gel on your hair and use only the fresh razor with triple blades to shave bikini line to avoid any unsightly rashes.

People have been misled into thinking “natural” indicates good and safe and that preservatives are always bad. In fact, there are many “natural” poisons and preservatives in cosmetics that actually make them safer to use. That doesn’t mean someone with sensitive skin might not have a bad reaction to the preservatives in a cosmetic. But generally preservatives kill or at least inhibit the bacteria, mold, viruses, and other nasty things that might otherwise thrive in our cosmetics. Commercial preparations usually contain some preservative to make these products safe for use. You can also find very high-end cosmetic formulations that are packed in sterile capsules to do away with, or at least minimize, the need for preservatives.

Cleanliness is important because dust particles get stuck in the pores of the skin. Use eyeliner pencil of slate gray, warm chocolate or navy shades with a light hand. Use gel on your hair and use only the fresh razor with triple blades to shave bikini line to avoid any unsightly rashes. Warm blond and naturally medium brown hair with highlights may acquire coppery shades in sun due to oxidation.Hair color gloss can help you to achieve the shine again. Warm, sunny, bright blush can be used. Wear only natural nude shades as lip colors while going out to the beach. Moisturizer is key to keeping skin from losing its suppleness -- even if it is hot and humid. Light shade of bronzer on cheekbones and chin gives you a beautiful suntan.

Beauty Summers Tips.

1. Apply ice packs on face, it reduces sweating to a larger extent.

2. Don't use scrubs as it makes your skin dry.

3. Use Sunglasses. Sunglasses protect your eyes

4. Use eyeliner pencil of slate gray, warm chocolate or navy shades with a light hand.

5. Use gel on your hair and use only the fresh razor with triple blades to shave bikini line to avoid any unsightly rashes

6. Wear skimpier clothes so a killer bod is a must and good skin is a given.

Face pack for summers

*Home made face packs with tomato and lemon takes out excessive oil and blackheads. If your skin is carrying pimples or rashes then don't use lemon.

*Daily home care home made face packs prepared with yogurt, honey and egg is very effective on the dead cells.

Make a ponytail of your hair and tie the headband to keep hair away from the face.

* Put a few drops of cleansing milk on cotton wool and clean your face and neck.

* Now start massaging your face with nourishing cream by mixing a few drops of water with it. The water used can be lukewarm or cold according to your preference.

* Start facial massage from the forehead. Place the 2 fingers of both the hands above your eyebrows and start massaging in upward motions.

By: Franchis

Beauty Tips - Face Lifting

Beauty Tips - Face Lifting by Franchis

Face lift, technically known as rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure intended to remove excess fat, tighten underlying muscles and redrape the skin of your face and neck.

It can also be done alone, or in conjunction with other procedures such as a forehead lift, eyelid surgery, or nose reshaping. Although a face lift can't stop the ageing process, it can help 'turn back the clock'. SMAS rhytidectomy begins with the creation of a cheek skin flap. The SMAS is handled in a number of ways. This technique tends to be a very safe approach to face-lifting as the SMAS and sub-SMAS structures are left intact. Baker popularized the lateral SMASectomy approach. Baker's technique is also very safe as the facial nerve is protected by the parotid gland in the area of SMAS resection.

As face-lift approaches multiplied and became more complex, patient desires changed. Younger patients began to seek cosmetic surgery and trends toward less invasive approaches to facial rejuvenation developed. Patients wanted less downtime from their procedure. Additionally, despite increased tissue rearrangement with more complex surgery, a clear and compelling benefit of one type of face-lift over another failed to materialize. While controversial, the few studies that directly compared the various techniques failed to show a significant difference in outcome. Younger patients began to seek cosmetic surgery and trends toward less invasive approaches to facial rejuvenation developed. A number of face-lift alternatives and adjuvant procedures have been recently popularized. Cosmetic medicine disposes of a technique to treat problematic areas without these disadvantages. This method represents an achievable and efficient solution for an increasing number of people who want to obtain a natural result without surgical operation or general anaesthesia.

A number of face-lift alternatives and adjuvant procedures have been recently popularized. For the patient with primarily soft tissue ptosis and little skin redundancy, the use of percutaneously placed suspension sutures is an option. This approach has been proposed for elevation of the brow, midface, and jowl regions.The advantages of these procedures are the use of local anesthesia and minimal scarring, downtime and expense when compared with traditional surgical rhytidectomy. As no skin excision occurs, these techniques will not remove redundant skin and may be best suited for younger patients. Most surgeons using suspension techniques utilize a variety of nonabsorbable sutures.

Conclusion

While the myriad of options for face-lifting may seem confusing to physicians and patients at first glance, there are advantages and disadvantages to each. With more options available, we can cater our treatments for each patient. With proper education and a firm preoperative assessment of goals, the surgeon and patient can select the approach that optimizes their probability of a successful outcome. Clearly there is no one solution to all forms of facial aging.

By: Franchis

Beauty Tips - Eye Shadow That Stays In Place

Beauty Tips - Eye Shadow That Stays In Place
By: Franchis

If you want your eyeshadow to last all day long simply apply a thin layer of concealer before applying your eyeshadow. It will usually last you for 24hrs. Eye shadow is a cosmetic which is applied on the eyelids and under the eyebrows.

Eye shadow adds depth and dimension to one's eyes, compliments the eye color, or simply draw attention to the eyes. Eye shadow comes in many different colors, and is usually made from a powder. Eye shadow is perhaps the most beloved cosmetic of creative makeup artists.

The most important trick to keep in mind is that the light colors highlight the spots while dark colors tame them down. Apply the medium shade on the lower lid and blend it into your base shade. Apply the medium shade on the lower lid and blend it into your base shade.

Eye shadow comes in many different colors, and is usually made from a powder, but can also be found in liquid, pencil or mousse form.

Eye shadow is a cosmetic which is applied on the eyelids and under the eyebrows, to help make wearer's eyes stand out or look more attractive. Eye shadow adds depth and dimension to one's eyes, compliments the eye color, or simply draw attention to the eyes.

Eye shadow can be applied in a variety of ways depending upon the desired look and formulation. Typically application is done using sponges, fingers, and/or brushes.

An eyeshadow primer or base can be applied to prevent the shadow from fading or migrating to the crease. Many eyeshadow sets come with three colors, the lightest being the highlighter while the darkest is used in the crease.

An eyeshadow primer or base can be applied to prevent the shadow from fading or migrating to the crease

Eyeshadow apply Tips

1. Before using eye-shadow, use a little powder on the eyelid as a base.

2. Never share the eye makeup tools.

3. For day makeup, base color and mascara are the only things you need to wear for eyes.

4. Apply the darkest shade to the outer corners of the eyes from lash line to the crease.

5. Use brushes to apply eye shadow. Try to avoid those nasty foam applicators that come with it.

6. Blondes with blue eyes should opt for browns and taupes while those with green eyes can go for soft mauves and lilacs.

7. To make them look wider apart, keep the inside corners of the eyes lighter than the outer edges. Apply concealer one shade lighter than your skin at the inner corner of the lids and the sides of your nose and blend it well. Use a matte medium to dark eyeshadow and stroke it outward and slightly upward from middle of the lid to its outer half. Use the eyeliner a bit in from the inner corner of the eye and make the line tapering up and out a bit past the outer corner of the eyes.

Six Simple Tips To Gorgeous, Silky Hair

Six Simple Tips To Gorgeous, Silky Hair 
By: Cole Carson

Nothing looks more beautiful than a head of full, sleek, and shiny hair. All women want their hair to fall like liquid silk, and while the “results” seen in hair-care commercials may be a bit too perfect to be real, there are numerous things you can do to improve the health and beauty of the hair you have. Here we’ll talk about six things you can do to keep your hair looking and feeling its best.

1. First, we have to help you avoid actually damaging it. The first thing you need to avoid is using a brush on it while it is still wet. When it’s wet, it isn’t as strong as when it is dry, and a brush is too rough for it to handle, and will only cause damage that will show up later. When detangling your wet hair, stick with a nice, wide-tooth comb – this is much easier on your hair. Also use a good leave-in conditioner, to help make it a little more durable.

2. Everyone knows that using a blow dryer on your hair is a great way to damage it. Unfortunately though, the ease and convenience it brings not only time-wise, but for styling makes it a necessity to have. To minimize the damage it does though, use the “cool” setting, and make sure not to dry your hair completely. Leave a little bit of moisture in your lovely locks.

3. Keeping your hair shiny is key to keeping it looking healthy and beautiful. There are a lot of things that dull your hair throughout the week, like product build up and environmental stress, making your hair much duller than it naturally is. Once every week, using an apple cider vinegar rinse will help to strip your hair of the grime and build up and keep it looking shiny. Use about one or two tablespoons diluted in about four cups of water. This is a great, gentle, and natural way to help keep build up from dulling your hair. And as a side note, your hair won’t smell like vinegar once dry.

4. Contrary to what a lot of products say, there is no way to seal or fix split ends. If you notice any split ends on your hair, go in and get them trimmed off. Keeping split ends can result in the split gradually moving up the hair shaft, making your hair look and feel very damaged. Even if you’re growing your hair out, it’s a good idea to go in and get your ends trimmed every so often to keep it looking its best.

5. Moisturizing is a good way to keep your hair healthy and vibrant, and fortunately, it’s a very simple, enjoyable process. Homemade moisturizing masks do a very good job, and they can be made from ingredients that can be found in your very own kitchen. They can be a lot of fun to make and apply, so go do a search some recipes, and select the one that’s perfect for your hair needs.

6. Hair care is not just on the outside. The healthier you are, the healthier your hair tends to be as well, and fortunately there are some great vitamins you can add to your diet that will enhance the quality and health of your hair. Vitamins A and C have antioxidants that are very beneficial to the health of your hair, and vitamin E helps to enhance circulation around your scalp. Vitamin B6 can help to prevent hair loss and to create melanin, which will aid in keeping your hair color richer and more vibrant. Add these to your diet, and you’re sure to have some beautiful hair.

Keeping your hair healthy is key to enhancing its beauty and feel. No matter what hair color, length, or type, your hair will always look better when it’s well taken care of. Fortunately, there are a lot of little things we can do to help take better care of our hair and keep it looking shiny and beautiful. It doesn’t take a lot of time or effort, but by following these steps your beautiful hair is sure to boost your confidence and get plenty of compliments!

By: Cole Carson

Know More On Your Skin Types

Know More On Your Skin Types By: Sander Bel

Dry Skin Types - Dry skin is caused by under or inactive oil glands that do not produce enough sebum to keep the skin naturally lubricated. It usually has a dull appearance, feels dry and itchy and is sometimes sensitive. Dry skin must be hydrated regularly from the inside (with fresh water) and outside with (mists), as well as moisturized with rich hydrating creams or lotions.

Oily Skin Types - Oily skin is caused by glands that produce too much sebum, resulting in skin that has a greasy slippery texture, appears shiny and is frequently has large, clogged pores.

Sensitive Skin Types - Sensitive skin can be dry, normal, or oily and is characterized by delicacy which is why we feel it is more of a skin condition than a skin type. It frequently reacts adversely to environmental conditions and often requires special treatment in order to remain in good condition.

Combination skin - This type of skin is very common. As the name suggests, it is a combination of both oily and dry skin with certain areas of the face oily and the rest dry. Usually there is a Central greasy panel consisting of the forehead, nose and chin and a dry panel consisting of cheeks and the areas around the eyes and mouth.

Normal Skin - It has a fine even texture with a supple and smooth surface. It has a proper balance between oil and moisture contents and is therefore moist and neither greasy nor dry.

By: Sander Bel

Aphonia Causes Symptoms Information With Treatment

Aphonia Causes Symptoms Information With Treatment By: Juliet Cohen

Some voice disorders are idiopathic and may occur due to stress. Vocal abuse (e.g., smoking, drinking excessive caffeine or alcohol, excessive exposure to fumes/toxins, etc.) is another potential cause of aphonia. Fear also is often a concomitant and a contributor. Therapy should first be aimed at correcting those conditions which might produce a disturbance in the centers of coordination between the three nervous systems. Then the overtaxed nerve forces of the body as a whole should be relieved, the incoordination which has been a factor in the disease process should be eliminated, and the forces of the body should be coordinated. General therapy should first be aimed at a cleansing of the system with special reference to the hepatic circulation. Osteopathic manipulations and neuropathic manipulations are both recommended, but in differing degrees. Hypersensitive nervous systems must be handled cautiously and gently. Hypnosis was mentioned but was to be used. Surgery and therapy or either one of these may be recommended. The diet should be corrected and sufficient stimulus of a medicinal nature should be added to keep the body in a normal force. Some cases that are psychological - where the body is amenable to suggestion - would benefit by suggestive therapy.

Causes of Aphonia
Common Causes and Risk factors of Aphonia

Injuries.

Poor eliminations.

Psychological factors.

Signs and Symptoms of Aphonia

Common Sign and Symptoms of Aphonia

Loss of speech.

Aphasia.

Confusion.

Treatment for Aphonia

Common Treatment of Aphonia

General therapy should first be aimed at a cleansing of the system with special reference to the hepatic circulation.

Osteopathic manipulations and neuropathic manipulations are both recommended, but in differing degrees.

Hypersensitive nervous systems must be handled cautiously and gently.

Hypnosis was mentioned but was to be used.

Surgery and therapy or either one of these may be recommended. Therapy is usually brief.

Diet should be corrected and sufficient stimulus.

Some cases that are psychological - where the body is amenable to suggestion - would benefit by suggestive therapy.

By: Juliet Cohen

Beauty Tips To Transform You Into A Dazzling Beauty

Beauty Tips To Transform You Into A Dazzling Beauty By: Amanda Beaty

I can assure you that you are not alone if you want to look great, to gain admiration, and to be the center of all attention. To help you look beautiful, following is a quick recap of beauty tips that can accentuate your beauty and make you more desirable, to say the least. At the outset, let me caution you that I don't guarantee that all of them will wok for everyone who tries them. However, what I do guarantee is that most of them will work for every person who follows them earnestly.
You need to design a beauty regimen for yourself. To do so start by drilling down to discover your skin type, body weight, emphasis areas etc. Once you are clear about these, state what you wish to change about your present looks. You need to be reasonable about your wants without resigning entirely to what you presently have. Next, design a diet that suits your body. Yes, eating a proper healthy diet is the best among all beauty tips.

Then, go and consult your friends for their advices and comments. This will help you gauge their perception about you. Once you have done that, take cognizance of the available beauty products. Reading an independent skin care product review is essential before buying any products. Use products from reputed brands and don't experiment too much with your body.
A beauty tip that few people ever heed is going to the gym. Your body needs regular exercise. If time restrictions allow, exercise in the gym three or four times a week. If its not possible, do jogging or skipping for a few minutes at home should work just the same. Sweating promotes healthy and glowing skn as it flushes out toxins from our body!

Regularly visiting a nearby spa is one of the best beauty tips. You must ensure that you use good quality spa products only. A sauna bath doesn't only relax your senses; it also relaxes your skin and allows the tiny pores in the skin to breathe.
We generally do not take the time to properly maintain our bodies. While there's no way that we know of to make a day last longer than 24 hours, visiting a good beauty salon at least once every two weeks can help you body get some of the attention that it isn't getting the rest of the time. The many services available, such as manicures, pedicures, saunas, hair conditioning, and massages, will help you feel and look better.

By: Amanda Beaty

Making Up Your Eyes To Glamorize Your Look

Making Up Your Eyes To Glamorize Your Look

Have you ever taken notice of a lady’s make-up that just seems to radiate that “glow”, and make her stunning, but you can’t seem to pinpoint what makes her look so glamorous? Well, I’ll tell you, it’s all in the eyes! The phrase, the eyes have it, has been proven many times before. The make-up artists of celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Tyra Banks, and Jennifer Love Hewitt seem to have that magic touch that gives the illusion of dreamy and exotic eyes. Ladies, it’s all in the make-up and care for your eyes. And there is a way that you too, can achieve the same look as these head turning gorgeous women in the spotlight. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that the stars don’t wake up looking like smoky eyed glamour girls. There is a process to achieving these stunning looks. Take note of these eye make-up tricks for a quick glamour fix that you’ll just adore!

Arch your brows to begin. The key to a clean look for your eyes begins with a beautiful shapely brow! Avoid the “werewolf syndrome” by trimming and shaping your brows. I highly recommend having a professional stylist do the job. It’s always easier for an expert to tweeze or arch your brows than attempting the do-it-yourself tactic. Be sure to clearly explain your expectations. I always take in a picture to show how I want my brows to look.

Choose and use a good eyeliner. Even if you aren’t trying to achieve that “smoky look”, your eye make-up will not be complete without a little liner. Remember, though, less is more. Avoid the Elvira look by not overdoing it with your liner. You can easily go from glamorous to vampirish if you’re not careful. A kohl liner is best for the glamorous look. Helpful hint-After applying your liner, smudge it with the tool located on top of the pencil create a more natural look. A drawn line creates a false look..

Choose your shadows wisely. Eye color makes a difference when choosing shadow colors. Brown eyes look good with most colors, however, try adding some variety to your face by spicing it up with some color. Blue and green eyes should avoid the blue and green shadows. This will give you a pale and dull appearance. If you have blue or green eyes, smoky colors tend to bring out your eyes the best. A make-up trio is good to buy because part of the work is already done for you, color coordination. When you use a color trio, go from lighter to darker starting at the lid part of your eye.

Applying the Shadow. Most women just start applying shadow without the most important initial step, the base. Using foundation to base your eyes brings out the true color of the shadow and allows the shadow to stay on longer. After the base, apply the shadow with a long tipped brush. These are just better for application and blending. To top it off, add a little liner to the very top of your lids to make your eyes appear sexier, but be sure to smudge it. Helpful hint-after applying more than one color, blend them with a separate brush to create a more natural look.

Mascara is a Must- Choosing your mascara is tricky. Most women don’t put much thought or money into the type of mascara that they use. Well, if I were to invest in one expensive type of make-up, it would be the mascara. Why? Well, for one, cheap mascara can actually lead to breakage of the lashes! It’s true… cheap mascara, which leads to clumping, weighs down the lashes, which eventually leads to tearing lids out to remove the mascara. You can choose thickening mascara, lengthening, or conditioning (if you don’t need longer or thicker lashes) depending on what you need. The make-up market has a plethora of mascara products to choose from. I suggest avoiding colorful mascaras, as they tend to add too much to your look.

Pull your look together by color-coding. Basically, be sure to tie it all together by choosing the rest of your cosmetics to match your beautiful new eyes. If you are wearing smoky eyes, red lips look great! Shimmery shadows go great with nude or earth tone lips. Never mix shiny lips with shimmery, eyes unless you want to look like a character from High School Musical. With a more matte look, say, an Audrey Hepburn classic look, you can sport earth-tone lips or red lips. Just be sure that you aren’t over killing on one color.

Condition your eyes at night. Just as we care for our hair and skin, we must do the same for our peepers! Cucumber peels are great to take away puffiness. Puff reducing creams are out there for you to choose from. Sleep in a satin eye mask or use the gel-based mask before you retire to sleep. Always remove all eyewear to allow your eyes to breathe. Lastly, get your 8-10 hours of sleep, and your eyes will thank you for it by waking up and looking well rested and beautiful.

Following these eye beauty tips will add another dimension to highlighting the windows of your soul. Try these tips, bat your eyes, and be beautiful!

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