A new breed of contact lenses that makes peepers look abnormally large a la the anime-inspired eyes. According to The New York Times, circle lenses are contacts made to cover not only your iris but part of the white part of your eyes to make them look big and doe-like. They come in both regular and unexpected colors, some with special designs on them. And they’re gaining popularity like you wouldn’t believe.
But there’s a snag: They’re not approved for the States, so teenagers and young girls are buying them in Asia and Canada from various websites. And some companies will even let you order your own prescription, which worries eye doctors, who are concerned that people will be wearing the wrong strength for their eyes. In fact, Karen Riley, a spokeswoman for the F.D.A., was quoted as saying “Consumers risk significant eye injuries—even blindness.”
Our conclusion: Until the United States approves them over here, we say forget it! Nothing is worth damaging your eyes or eyesight!
Most nail polish removers have loads and loads of alcohol or acetone. The smell can be dizzying! We suggest checking out CHROME GIRL GENIE. It’s free of acetone and parabens! The remover comes in a jar filled with individual soaked pads, so cotton balls are not needed. The best part about this polish remover is its smell – Pina Colada!
We can’t wait for spring manicures and pedicures! A sneak preview of the “IT” colors for 2015 spring:
- ICY BLUE
- GREEN IN MINT OR JEWEL TONES
- SOFT PETAL PINK
- BRIGHT WHITE, SPARKLY CREAM
- YELLOW IN BRIGHT OR PASTEL
It is a brief description you would use to describe yourself in the time you could ride on an elevator with someone. It’s a 30 second verbal commercial about YOU that includes:
- What Is Your Name?
- What Do You Do?
- What Is Your Passion?
- What Do You Want To Do? Goals?
An Elevator Pitch is designed to ‘sell’ YOU at Career Fairs, College Admission Interviews, Job Interviews, Club, Events, Social Engagement or Gatherings. In fact, an Elevator Pitch is designed to ‘sell’ you to just about anyone you meet!
Practice your Elevator Pitch out loud, be conversational and sound natural. Rehearse your pitch with family and friends so you can perfect it. Remember that you don’t want to sound like a monotone robot! Be passionate and excited when giving your Elevator Pitch and remember to smile!
Ice Rollers are very popular in Asia and parts of Europe but are only just gaining popularity in the United States. The Roller is a simple gadget – handheld device filled with water and gel. You just roll it across your face for a refreshing massage that instantly reduces puffiness, calms redness and firms the skin. Men can even use them after a close shave to eliminate burn and reduce redness. Check out the Skin Cool Ice Roller for $30, available on Amazon.
Liquid eyeliner starts to collect bacteria over time. A good rule to follow is to throw it out after six months. Pencil eyeliners last longer because you are regularly sharpening the pencil. If you see a white or grey pencil tip, it is a sign of mold and should be thrown out.
An “omni” is defined as atmospheric words or sounds, such as cheering at a sports event, spoken by a group. This falls within the work of an extra performer.
The world’s best zit treatment costs less than $12 and comes in a bottle smaller than the palm of your hand. Tea tree oil and essential oil of lavender are neck and neck in the race for most incredible substance ever. Dab a single drop of either one on zits, ingrown hairs, sores and other blemishes, and watch as skin quickly and quietly heals up. Which one should you choose? It comes down to preference. Tea tree oil can sting a little bit more than lavender oil, but some find its antiseptic smell overpowering. The most important thing to remember is to look for true essential oils, preferably from organic growers. You want pure plant essences on your tender skin, not harsh chemicals. (Courtesy of MSN Lifestyle)
Generally, these are productions for non-broadcast use, including in classrooms, in stores, or DVDs shown in corporate offices or dealer showrooms. They can also be instructional content shown on websites. Behind-the-scenes footage or b-roll footage also falls under the Industrial Contract.
How often do you clean your makeup brushes? Keeping in mind the bacteria on your face and that brushes can be a breeding ground for bacteria, cleaning your brushes is one of the most important things you can do on a weekly basis.
Makeup buildup on your brushes will make them scratchy and stiff. Cleaning your brushes weekly will keep them soft and supple. Wash your brushes at night so they will be dry (6-8 hours) by the next morning. You can use bar soap such as Ivory, gentle dish detergent or baby shampoo. Wet your brush so it’s completely saturated and squeeze a small amount of soap on it and swirl it around in a small dish. Rinse in warm water until the brush feels clean. Squeeze out the excess water and lay flat on a clean towel to dry. If your brush is heavily caked with makeup, use a small amount of olive or almond oil. This will help breakdown the makeup on the brush. After that, clean the brush like normal.