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Saturday, April 4, 2015

12 Cute, Interesting and Easy Hair Styles to try out

12 tips for faster metabolism and weight loss

Eat more small meals about 2-3 hours apart and make it so you eat about 4 – 6 meals a day.
Do not skip meals. A dieter may want to skip meals but in order to lose weight the metabolism has to be kept high and in order for metabolism to be kept up there has to be fuel. Get good at planned meals. Establish a balanced pattern and plan out the amounts and times to eat the proper meals. Avoid a sporadic schedule for meals as this is a huge mistake. Get rid of the stress in your life. Stress can come from all different areas of your life and it can detrimentally affect your attempts to increase your metabolism. Work on the areas of stress and your metabolism will naturally increase. Green tea in copious amounts as a alternate for drinking coffee will serve to stimulate your metabolism and it does not have the negative side effects like coffee does if you drink too much. Click on link to see more

Friday, April 3, 2015

10 Party Hairstyles For Long Hair To Inspire You

Long hairstyles can be tied in a variety of ways.  All it requires is some technique and a few hairstyling tools. You might need a mousse, dryer, iron, brush or artificial flowers depending upon the kind of look you want to emulate. So, if you are looking for some stunning and stylish hairdos to complement your dazzling personality, look no further.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Thin hair mistakes to avoid

Is your thin hair lacking the extra oomph that thick-haired girls take for granted? Unfortunate, but understandable. Hair care is not a one-size-fits-all application, and the tips and tricks your full-haired sisters swear by may not deliver the same results on your finer mane. In fact, Matrix celebrity stylist George Papanikolas says there’s one major mistake women with thin hair make, and it’s undoing all of your best efforts for beautiful, voluminous hair. click on link to read more

5 tips for curly haire gals

’m sure many of you are wondering what a curly cut is. A curly cut is typically done with your hair dry while each curl is cut one by one – like a hedge. The hairdresser will analyze the pattern of your curls, and cut them in a way that promotes the growth of the curl. This ensures desired length, and shape. No more triangle head! In a conventional cut they dampen your curls, comb them out (eek!) and then continue to cut straight lines into the length and layers. Conventional cuts do not take into account the growth of the curl, click on link to read more