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Women's Help 24/7 / How to Choose Your Wedding Jewelry.
« on: September 03, 2022, 12:18:19 am »
Classic Wedding Jewelry
“There’s nothing more classic to me than diamonds or pearls,” says Hartman. A high and tight stud, a diamond tennis bracelet—these are timeless pieces that’ll look just as elegant now as they will in 25 years.

Romantic Wedding Jewelry
“Go with something that has a lot of movement or floral elements,” says Hartman. An etched metal with a leaf or a vine, complete with stones at the center of the flower buds, will look gorgeous at a garden or vineyard wedding.

Glam Wedding Jewelry
Take a cue from Old Hollywood—sparkle is key, but you don’t want to overdo it. Pick one piece of jewelry to focus on, and let the rest be supporting characters.

Boho Wedding Jewelry
Now is the time to mix your metals, and opt for pieces with textured, woven, or braided designs. More organically-shaped gemstones—hello, freshwater pearls!—are great for this aesthetic, too.


Women's Help 24/7 / The 11 Best Lipstick Shades For Dark Skin.
« on: September 02, 2022, 12:22:14 am »
Not to sound dramatic, but finding the perfect lipstick shade for my skin tone changed my life. For most of my beauty-obsessed life, I’ve been a **** gloss kind of girl and shied away from lipsticks because I was afraid of “doing too much.” As a teenager, I was told that wearing bold lipstick shades made me look too grown; as a young adult, I was sold the myth that bright lipsticks don’t look good on dark skin women (false!). Now that I’ve fully grown into loving and celebrating the beauty of being a dark skin Black woman, exploring the endless shades of lipsticks on the market is all the more fun. With the help of a few makeup experts and inspiration from famous beauties, including Lupita Nyong'o, Naomi Campbell, and Jackie Aina, I’ve found the select few lipstick shades that pop against my complexion; stay on all day, and allow me to flex my beauty and confidence. Since I’ve **** the code, it’s only right to share; here are 11 lipstick shades every dark skin woman should keep in rotation.


Women's Help 24/7 / 7 Tips on How to Wear Skirts During Pregnancy.
« on: September 01, 2022, 01:35:15 am »
Skirts with an elastic waist
You don't really need to head to the maternity wear section and buy new skirts, as long as the ones you have already have in your closet have an elastic waist. To wear skirts during pregnancy, you can either pull them over the bump or have them below your belly so they don't make you feel uncomfortable.

Belts for maternity wear
Belts are a great styling trick to dress up maternity wear, as they give you an illusion of a waistline. One way to incorporate belts into your outfit, is to wrap them around your skirt above your baby bump while tucking in your shirt or top inside.

What about denim skirts?
When it comes to button-front skirts, you can wear them during pregnancy by transforming the denim skirt you already have into a maternity one by adding an elastic fabric to its waist.

Balance it out
Wearing skirts during pregnancy can balance your body proportions, but make sure to wear loose tops with pencil skirts, and fitted tops with loose skirts.


Women's Help 24/7 / movies to watch on Mother’s Day.
« on: August 31, 2022, 03:56:38 am »
'20th Century Women' (2017)
It's 1979 in Santa Barbara, and Dorothea (Annette Bening) is a single mom who enlists the help of two younger women, played by Greta Gerwig and Elle Fanning, to give her son (Lucas Jade Zuman) an education in life. Director and screenwriter Mike Mills based the movie off of his own childhood and relationship with his mom. Prepare for one-liners that will stay with you: “Having your heart broken is a tremendous way to learn about the world.”

Where to watch '20th Century Women:' Showtime, Apple TV, Prime Video, YouTube


Women's Help 24/7 / Cookie recipes for kids.
« on: August 30, 2022, 12:16:44 am »
Banana cookies

Step 1
Using an electric mixer, beat butter and sugars until pale and creamy. Add egg. Beat well to combine. Add oats and flours. Stir with a wooden spoon to combine.
Step 2
Preheat oven to 190°C/170°C fan-forced. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper. Add banana and chips to dough. Stir to combine. Refrigerate for 45 minutes to firm slightly.
Step 3
Roll 2 level tablespoons of mixture into 16 balls. Place onto prepared trays, allowing room for spreading. Using the palm of your hand, slightly flatten to form a 5.5cm round. Bake for 12 to 14 minutes, swapping trays after 10 minutes, or until light golden. Stand cookies on trays for 5 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool.
Step 4
Place cookies on a sheet of baking paper. Spoon chocolate into a snap-lock bag. Snip off one corner. Drizzle chocolate over cookies. Stand until chocolate sets. Serve.


Women's Help 24/7 / How to Curl Short Hair.
« on: August 28, 2022, 05:30:30 am »
The smaller the barrel the tighter the wave or curl," says Vaccaro. "Use a .75-inch barrel if you want to curl and use a one-inch barrel if you want a looser wave." This barrel size and technique are great for someone whose curls tend to fall out easily (ahem, those with straight strands).

1. Start by misting your hair all over with a heat protectant.
2. Using an alligator clip or hair tie, section off the upper half of your hair up and out of the way.
3. If you have straight hair, blow dry a light mousse into the hair to give it some grit (otherwise, it can be difficult to grab the hair and have it respond to the curling iron).
4. Feed the section of hair through the barrel and begin curling.
5. Set each curl by catching it right as you release it from around the barrel, holding it in your hand for a few seconds, then releasing.
6. Continue curling the top section of hair, alternating between curling away from your face and toward your face for a more natural finish.
7. Let down the rest of your hair from the clip and repeat the curling.
8. Lock in your curls with a strong-hold hairspray like GSQ by Glamsquad's Strong Hold Hairspray ($11). "It’s a touchable but firm hold that will also help you manage frizz," says Vaccaro.


« on: August 27, 2022, 07:18:33 am »
The first step is to work out your face shape according to the image below
Oval faces tend to have prominent cheekbones and a forehead that is slightly wider than the chin.
Heart shaped faces have a wide forehead and high cheekbones, and the face tapers to a narrow chin.
Square faces have a forehead that is roughly the same width as the cheekbones and chin.
Round faces are as wide as they are long.
Oblong/long faces, or “rectangular” as it is sometimes called, are similar to oval and square-shaped faces.  The only difference is, the face is longer and less wide. Your forehead, cheeks and jawline will all be pretty much the same width.
Triangular - if you have a triangular-shaped face, your chin will be narrow and pointed and your high cheekbones will be your most prominent feature.

When it comes to blush, we always recommend choosing liquid, cream and gel formulas. Powder blushes can settle into pores, fine lines and dry skin, making it obvious you're wearing a blush. A liquid or gel blush goes on like a second skin, giving a pretty flush of colour that is well suited for drier or older skins.
Liquid and cream blushes are also much easier to blend, giving a seamless finish to your cheek colour. Whatever shade of blush you choose, the result will look more natural if it blends beautifully into your skin.
If you've never used a liquid blush before, watch as Makeup Artist Daniel Sandler shows how to apply our multi-award winning Watercolour Liquid Cheek Colour.


Women's Help 24/7 / How to Paint Your Nails at Home.
« on: August 26, 2022, 02:53:20 am »
Set Up
Gibson Tuttle advises finding a space in your home where you can get comfortable. "This is your moment of self-care," she says. "Go slow and really take your time." Find a flat surface to work on and, should you need a little background noise, the pro suggests Facetiming your BFF or streaming a show while you paint.

Prep the Nail Bed
First, make sure you have the right tools in place. "With proper prep, an at-home mani can last 7-plus days," Gibson Tuttle explains. Before picking up any polish, ensure nails are cleaned and any old color is removed.

"It's all about the 90/10 rule," Gibson Tuttle explains of her shaping method. "90% of your shape comes from your nail clipper; 10% from filing." For best results: "Use flat edge clippers to cut your nail into your desired shape, then, gently smooth out the edges." Once the shape is set, the pro suggests wiping the nail surface clean with nail polish remover, since "excess oils can interfere with your polish."

Cut Cuticles—Carefully
Gibson Tuttle advises DIY-ers to trim hangnails only. Then, "using your buffer, gently glide the cube back and forth along the edges of the cuticle to erase dry skin and smooth things out." As for cutting down your cuticles, the pro advises against it. "Trimming can create more hangnails, jagged edges, and even cause infection. Yuck!"

Paint the Town
While struggling to paint her own nails, Gibson Tuttle came up with the ultimate solution for steady strokes. Meet the Poppy: a no-slip rubberized cap designed to fit over any polish bottle for a smooth application, even with your non-dominant hand. When it comes to color, first apply a base coat and wait a minute or two until it dries. For the color, "start with a center swipe of polish, then swipe on either side," she explains. "Waiting 5 to 10 minutes in between coats makes a world of difference. It will decrease the chance of bubbles and it dries faster, I swear!"

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Women's Help 24/7 / How to Tie Your Long Hair .
« on: August 25, 2022, 07:28:59 am »
5 Years of Hair Tutorials
In January 2015 we published blog post #10, How to Tie Your Long Hair – For Men. Introducing myself awkwardly as “Chris,” it was our very first hair tutorial and to this day is our #1 most-viewed video on YouTube.

It’s funny to think about what we knew back then; it was our first time growing our hair long, every day was the longest it had ever been.

We were learning as we went and we didn’t know what was coming next—not only with our hair, but with our videos, our content, with The Longhairs. Would anyone watch? Does anyone care??

Whelp, we’re still pumping out long hair tutorials and it just goes to show: simple is best, it always comes back to the fundamentals.

Reviewing the Fundamentals
Looking back at our first tutorial, the production value was modest, the demonstrations were simple, and we were an undeveloped brand. Even so, the fundamental concepts were sound, covering how to use a hair tie, basic and effective tie-ups, and simple variations.

These same fundamentals are the basis for this 5-year anniversary edition, a fresh take on some of the most basic ways to tie your long hair, including favorites I still use for my go-to tie-ups today.

Classic Long Hair Tie-Ups
First you’ll see an intro with the tools and products being used, followed by a quick hair preparation walkthrough before diving into the step-by-step.

Then we cover The Menstail, The Foldover, The Half High Ball and The Sloppy Joe, mixing in a few variations for each, addressing different hair lengths and preferences while pulling in various accessories.


Women's Help 24/7 / Best Rated Skincare for Dry Skin.
« on: August 24, 2022, 07:52:16 am »
Moisture is Magic
Dry skin craves moisture like we crave new shades of fave lipsticks. Which is to say, a LOT. This is especially so after certain activities - outdoor sports or even your daily cleanser can leave your skin feeling itchy and tight. Make sure your skincare regime includes cream-based moisturisers with ingredients like fatty acids and hyaluronic acid (which draw and lock moisture into your skin), as well as emollients like ceramides (which work to repair your skin’s barrier and decrease irritation).

Stay Toned
Traditional toners were astringent, alcohol-based and just plain bad news for dry skin, because they would just make skin even thirstier than before. Thankfully, we live in a time of enlightened options aka moisturising toners. Choose gentle toners that are (duh) alcohol-free, with hydration-supporting ingredients like rosewater and hyaluronic acid, or soothing and refreshing ingredients like vitamin E, chamomile and aloe.

Serious Serums
If you’ve tweaked your skincare routine endlessly but still find yourself harassed by a drought-level complexion, adding a good serum to your lineup might be what makes a difference. That’s because serums are powerhouses that are far more effective at penetrating skin compared to moisturisers, due to their smaller molecular composition. That doesn’t mean you should replace one with the other - rather, think of it as the serum working to boost the hydrating powers of your moisturiser, drawing in moisture so your creams can lock that moisture in.


Women's Help 24/7 / Brain Foods That Help You Concentrate.
« on: August 23, 2022, 02:06:45 am »
Ginseng, Fish, Berries, or Caffeine?
Listen to the buzz about foods and dietary supplements, and you'll believe they can do everything from sharpen focus to enhance memory, attention span, and brain function.
But do they really work? There's no denying that as we age, our body ages right along with us. The good news is that you can improve your chances of maintaining a healthy brain if you add "smart" foods and drinks to your diet.

Caffeine Can Make You More Alert
There's no magic bullet to boost IQ or make you smarter -- but certain substances, like caffeine, can energize you and help you concentrate. Found in coffee, chocolate, energy drinks, and some medications, caffeine gives you that unmistakable wake-up buzz, though the effects are short-term. And more is often less: Overdo it on caffeine and it can make you jittery and uncomfortable

Sugar Can Enhance Alertness
Sugar is your brain's preferred fuel source -- not table sugar, but glucose, which your body processes from the sugars and carbs you eat. That's why a glass of OJ or another fruit juice can offer a short-term boost to memory, thinking, and mental ability.

Have too much, though, and memory can be impaired -- along with the rest of you. Go easy on the added sugar, as it has been linked to heart disease and other conditions.


How to find your skin tone
Skin tones are split into three main categories – Light, medium and deep. In the global context, Indians, largely, have medium skin tone irrespective of the region we hail from. Light skin tone typically is reflective of Caucasians while deep is for Africans.
Medium skin tone can be further sub-divided into beige, tan, honey and more such colors. Refer to the infographic below and find the skin tone closest to yours.

1. The wrist test: Check the color of your veins. If they are purple or blue in color then you are cool. If they are green or olive in color, you are warm. But if you are unable to determine the dominant color, you are neutral.

2. The sun test: If your skin turns red when you are out in the sun, you have cool undertone. Conversely, if you get tanned easily in the sun you have warm undertone.


How to choose foundation shade from swatches
Once you know skin color and undertone, your search for the right foundation shade narrows down considerably. You will, most likely, by now have a handful of foundations shades to choose from. In such a scenario it’s best to test the shades on your skin and find the perfect match.

Start by shortlisting three shades that seem to be a good match. Then, dab some of each shade as short lines on your jaw line (do keep some space in between each). Don’t just consider your face for making the final decision but also your neck. The foundation you choose should blend seamlessly with both your face and your neck.


Women's Help 24/7 / How To Apply Eyeliner Perfectly.
« on: August 21, 2022, 05:58:31 am »
Types Of Eyeliners
Gel Eyeliner:
Although this may seem intimidating at first, this is probably going to become your best friend if you love those cat eyes. I, for one, swear by it. They usually come in pots, so you’ll need to use a brush for it. I highly recommend the Eye Studio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner by Maybelline.

Liquid Eyeliner:
A liquid eyeliner is best for precise application. These liners come in two types of packaging, a tiny vial-like bottle with an extremely fine and precise dipping brush, and a marker type pen with a felt tip. If you’re a beginner, then I suggest you go for the latter one. The Sketch Marker Liquid Art Liner by Too Faced is a good choice for the felt tip liner.

Pencil Eyeliner:
This type of eyeliner is usually the first one we all started out with. It’s best used to line the water line and also to create a smokey look. The 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil is the no-brainer choice for the pencil eyeliner.

And now, we shall proceed with the tutorial with no further ado!


Women's Help 24/7 / How to Wash Your Hair (the Right Way)
« on: August 20, 2022, 12:55:56 am »
1. Less Is More: Avoid Washing Hair Every Day (Or Even Every Other Day)
The not-so-secret secret of the world's best-tressed? They don't wash their hair nearly as often as you'd think. “Overwashing your hair will strip it of the natural oils produced by your scalp,” Keri Duncan, a hair stylist at Amoura Hair Group, says. “Over time, your scalp will work double time to produce even more oil — well, you did wash it all off, after all! — to catch up, leaving you with an oily scalp.” To break the cycle, Duncan recommends that you “retrain your hair” by using a dry shampoo in between hair-washing days: “Of course, if you have a sweaty gym sesh, go ahead and wash it, but day-to-day activity doesn’t require a wash.”

2. Use Filtered, Lukewarm Water
As relaxing as a steamy shower may be, exposing your strands to super-high temperatures leaves them looking dry and lifeless (not to mention leads to faster color fade for those with dye in their hair). Though there's no exact temp that's been proven ideal, it’s best to stick to warm water rather than hot, according to hair stylist Mallory Jones. “The warm water opens the cuticle and aids in rinsing out built-up dirt and debris,” Jones says. “The No. 1 mistake people make when washing their hair is washing with super-hot water. Over time, regular hot water usage when washing can cause your hair to become brittle.”

3. Choose a Shampoo That Suits Your Hair Type
Shampoo isn't in your hair for that long, so it doesn't really matter what kind you use, right? Wrong, according to the pros. As with skin care, it's all about identifying your hair type and choosing a formula that’s best-suited for your needs. As Jazmin Alvarez, Founder of Pretty Well Beauty, put it, using products “for the hair you wish you had versus the hair you were born with” never tends to end well.

4. Shampoo Twice, And Use Gentle Pressure to Massage Your Scalp and Roots
Knowing how to cleanse your scalp and free it of product buildup is of utmost importance since healthy hair begins at the scalp — literally. The biggest tip? Be extra gentle. "Don't use your nails or massage the scalp too harshly," Oscar Blandi, the brains behind the Oscar Blandi hairline, says. "You want to apply minimal pressure. Your scalp might naturally feel it, but it's not as dirty as you think." That said, according to Blandi, two rounds of (gentle, non-abrasive) shampooing usually does the trick to clean your scalp — the first is purely to remove build-up. There's no need to rush this process: Devote one to three minutes to massaging. As an added bonus, the massage will boost blood flow to the scalp, which can help stimulate hair growth.


Women's Help 24/7 / The Busy Mom's Exercise Schedule.
« on: August 17, 2022, 10:55:27 pm »
“My kids are my workout buddies.”

My Top Tips:

Partner up. “Finding moms with similar goals helps you hold each other accountable.”
Look your best. “A cute new outfit makes you more excited to work out. The occasional bribe works too. If I’m really having an off day, I like to motivate myself with Starbucks.”
Follow fit moms. “Seeing other people’s transformations on social media is motivating. On days when I miss a workout, I also turn to people I follow for workout inspo.”

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