We tend to forget to take care of ourselves because we are too busy taking care of others. Don’t lose your fashion sense because you are now a mum…Reward yourself every now and then. Just got these pictures off the internet, Share trendy styles in the comment section
A single hair grows for one to three years, then you shed it — and grow a new one. As you age, your new hairs are more likely to be white. Every time the hair regenerates, you have to re-form these pigment-forming cells, and they wear out. Note that your hair doesn’t turn gray — it grows that way. If you’ve gone grey young, it’s no reason to panic, and
Jumpsuits are enjoying resurgence in popularity, but are they for everyone, regardless of shape, age or style? Here’s a link to read more…For mums with style!! http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/fashion-101-wear-jumpsuit/story?id=30688097
“We, mothers, put so much time and energy into our kids that time for ourselves is often that last minute before running out the door when we even brush our hair or put on some make up if any. So i got this online, started practicing it and have noticed great differences in my appearance, i hope some of you mums can try it out 1. Know Thyself. More precisely,
“I use makeup primer. It makes your face smoother and ready for the foundation. I tend to get a little flakey around my nose, and the primer smoothes it out, makes my whole face the same texture. I don’t really notice that it makes my foundation last longer, though. I was using foundation to try to cover my flaws (pimples and moles and such), but now I know that’s not
“My 13 year old daughter has problem with Pimples coming up on her face and back. We have tried numerous things to help; but with no luck its not working all that good. Just normal soap and water works great and dries them up perfectly; but then her face gets extremely dry. Do any of you know of a good treatment that will help and yet not break the bank
“So I found these tips on the Internet: “Women who wear heavy eye makeup and dark lipstick can look clownish. If you want to wear red lipstick keep the rest of your makeup light. If you are playing up the eyes, keep your mouth light with a gloss or light lip color that doesn’t stand out.You may like a lipstick on your friend, but it may not look good on you.
1) An average woman eats about 2-3 kilos of lipstick in her lifetime. 2) Women blink about 2 times more often than men. Interesting why? 3)A woman will more easily trust somebody who hugs her for at least 15 seconds. 4) 80% of women’s wrinkles are caused by excessive sun exposure. 5) Women usually tie the belt of a dressing gown higher than their belly button, while men tie it lower.