Women all over the world irrespective of the age group, color their hair for various reasons, to do away with the grays, to bring about a change in their appearance, or to keep up with the trend; some women choose their own shade from the superstores, some hire professionals to recommend the right one, and some create their shade at home.
Ladies who do color their hair regularly are probably hair color savvy, they pick up the brand that suits them the best and know when to color so that it brings out the right shade; however those who color occasionally must bear in mind that the color of the hair before applying the fresh color determines the outcome of the new shade; for instance applying a very dark brown shade on hair that are already jet black may turn the head into a very dark brownish, almost black shade; therefore if one desires a brownish crown then picking up a lighter brown shade for the jet black hair may work out.
Hair color that suits the head not only brings out the right shade but also makes the hair feel, soft, supple and at times silky, it enriches the scalp with the required nutrients and brings around a fresh bounce. The fancy brands available at huge retail outlets actually serve the purpose; the box comes with a set of instructions, a dispenser, gloves, the dye, and may contain liquid mixture along with a brush.
How many times have you seen a photo in a magazine or the style books at your salon and loved it, but then when it was on your own head it just didn't look right? Even if your stylist did a great job cutting and styling it just like the photo, it just didn't look that great on you. Why? Or maybe it looked great leaving the salon but you just couldn't duplicate it yourself at home? There are a number of reasons why a dream come true in the salon might turn into a nightmare in the bathroom the next day.
Avoid disappointment by considering these four factors when you're selecting your new hairstyle:
Face Shape The most common cause of an unflattering hairstyle is not considering your face shape when making your selection. If you're not sure what your face shape is, simply sit in front of a mirror, pull your hair back off of your face (including your bangs), and use lipstick or another easy-to-remove item such as soap to trace the edges of your reflection of your face in the mirror. Stand back and look at it. Do you have the ever sought after oval face shape? Do you have a round face shape? Do you have a square face shape? Or maybe you have a heart-shaped face or oblong face.
Consider these factors when selecting your hairstyle by using these guidelines:
Oval- Lucky you! You have the most desired face shape and can generally get by with any hairstyle you choose. Square- You may want to avoid hairstyles that are chin length or full around the chin area. This will emphasize a wider jaw line and could enhance a square facial shape. Round- If your face is round you may want to look for a style that isn't too full around the widest part of your face. Hairstyles that are fuller around the top of the head or bangs, or are longer in length will pull your overall shape upwards and/or downwards to create an elongated effect. Heart- You have one of the most unique face shapes! Heart shaped faces generally are wider at the forehead with a tapering jaw and chin line. You can widen the appearance of your jaw line by selecting a hairstyle that is wider around the bottom or is blunted with the jaw line, such as a bob. Around the top of the forehead avoid flat or parted styles without bangs. Oblong- For an oblong face shape, simply avoid long straight hairstyles with no fullness at the sides. Usually a more round shaped hairstyle will give a more rounded appearance in the face. Avoid styles that are in themselves elongated.The rule of thumb here is easy to see, you're simply selecting a style that is essentially opposite of what your face shape is. By doing so you are basically overcompensating for areas you wish were larger or more pronounced, and downplaying areas you desire to be smaller or less prominent.
There are plenty of beauty salons to choose from so how do you choose the best one for you? This really is to a degree down to personal choice. However, there are some things that you really do need to check out before deciding to use a particular beauty salon.
Whilst how friendly the staff are, or the overall atmosphere of the beauty salon is subjective, there are a few things that are not. Cleanliness, the staffs capability to carry out your chosen treatment, whether the salon is insured for certain treatments and this will all affect whether the salon can legally perform the treatments it offers. These are all things you should check up on before you visit the beauty salon.
Cleanliness is paramount, especially if the salon is undertaking treatments which pierce the skin such as tattooing, electrolysis and ear piercing. Many salons use disposable needles and other equipment for these kinds of procedures but if they don't then they should have sufficient means to sterilise the equipment. Typically this would mean using an autoclave which is like a large pressure cooker to super heat equipment and kill bacteria, fungi spores and viruses.
Finally you need to know that the practitioner or beauty therapist is fully trained and competent in the procedures. Training qualification can easily be ascertained by asking to see the training certificates from the practitioners college. Also, training certificates are sometimes issued for using a particular piece of equipment by the equipment manufacturer.
Looking for a good lipstick? One that stays put and dose not fade causing you to keep having to touch it up every second? There are a lot of lipsticks that are very expensive but don't live up to their price. So you spend all this money then are left disappointed. Why spend all that money only to be left unsatisfied? Avon Extra Lasting Lipstick is good quality and good price.
I have tried plenty of lipsticks and been let down. I have also tried some that I have been very happy with but the pricing of it would be insane. I myself can't see myself spending that type of money on a regular for lipstick when I can buy one just as good at a reasonable price. If you have the money to do so that's fine at the same time why spend more when you can spend less and still get good quality. I remember I would buy a lipstick, fall in love with the color, but the day or night I decide to wear it I find myself constantly having to touch up my lips. Believe me you can not have a good time and/or get anything done if you keep having to touch up you lipstick and on top of that it is very nerve racking. But you probably know this that's probably one of the reasons that you are reading this.
When I tried Avon Extra Lasting Lipstick, I instantly fell in love; this lightweight formula is absolutely amazing. This lipstick goes on smooth and stays on all day or night. You don't have to worry about going out to lunch or dinner and by the end of the meal it's gone. That is a waste of time and money. Constantly having to apply lipstick can clean out your wallet. When you are constantly putting that lipstick back on soon when you look back it will be gone and you will find yourself having to buy another expensive tube. Think of how much money you would save if your lipstick wasn't wearing all of the time. Even it the lipstick is not expensive you still don't want to keep having to buy a new tube all the time because it keeps fading. The colors Avon has are amazing and have such wonderful pigments also many varieties. You don't have to worry about if they have a shade right for you there are so many to choose from and are always coming out with new colors. You can also try checking out the whole extra lasting collection including lipstick, lip gloss, eyeliner, as well as mascara.
If for some reason you would not like to take this wonderful opportunity to get a great product and save money down below I have provided five tips on how to get your lipstick to last longer.
As your wedding day rapidly approaches, you have tons of things to worry about. The last thing you want to worry about is how to handle your wedding day make up. This is one of the biggest days of your life, if not the biggest, and you want your face to look picture-perfect all day long. After all, your face is going to be captured in your wedding album for all eternity. Your choice of makeup for your wedding is crucial. The first tip to doing your make up on that glorious day? Don't. Get someone else to do it.
1. Don't Do It Yourself:
If you came here expecting wedding day makeup tips, you can forget it. You are going to be juggling way too much on that day to do your own face, eyes, lips and all the rest that goes into making yourself extra beautiful for your groom-to-be. It is far better to hire a make up aritst who knows how to make you look your very best. Then there is the fact that a makeup artist can do you and your entire bridal party, which means you'll be more likely to match. What a sight you all will be in matching makeup, them in matching dresses, you in your glamorous wedding gown. Don't worry about your makeup when you're saying cheese for the photographers. Let a wedding day makeup artist tackle the job and you'll feel much more relaxed and radiant.
2. Shop for Makeup Artists:
Don't just choose the first name recommended to you. You will want to be selective, even if you have one day to find someone. There are always wedding day make up artists looking for work, but not all of them are skilled or experienced. Seek out a makeup artist you know can do the job so that you don't experience a (gasp) wedding makeup horror story on your special day.
3. Ask to See a Portfolio:
Before you choose a makeup artist, ask to see some samples of the artist's work. If you need tattoo cover up, make sure the artist is able to do that also. Be clear about what you want and look for samples of what you want in the artist's portfolio. Being vigilant and taking this extra step will ensure you select the best wedding day makeup artist in your area.
4. Look for Special Deals:
Earlier we spoke about having your bridal party's makeup done at the same time. Ask for special deals, bulk deals, party deals - anything that will save you money. Wedding day makeup services don't have to be expensive. You can find an affordable artist who does great work as long as you do a little homework (or you have someone do it for you while you're taking care of other things in preparation for the wedding).
5. Ask Other Brides:
Do you have any friends or relatives that have been married lately? What about co-workers? Ask who they used. You might want to ask to see their wedding albums first to see if the artist did a good job, but getting referrals from a person close to you is always a great way to find an artist who will make you look ravishing at the altar.
6. Read Online Reviews: Online reviews can tell you a lot about makeup artists in your area. When a woman has a bad experience on her wedding day, ooh, if she can't wait to tell everyone about it. This is your opportunity to jump online to see what other brides are saying about make up artists in your area.
Bad hair day can be as dreadful as the board exams especially when you are going for an interview or getting ready for a special date. Those of you who possess a luxurious mane need not worry too much. But there are other lesser fortunate souls who have to go through a daily routine of calming down their frizzy hair. Even shampooing after every alternate day does not quite cure the problem. It sure squeezes out a lot of time and effort from your daily routine and the problem becomes alarming during the monsoon days.