Hair fashion style

Hair fashion style

It is known by many terms and yet, some refuse to believe that one's crowning glory is a natural accessory that requires continual care or the costs incurred from it. It is a relief that not many hold to this opinion or there would be a sore lack of hairdresser's and salons. Like any part of the body, the human hair deserves equal care as we give to our face and skin.

Beyond the basic shampoo, conditioner and haircut, what more can one do? There are multiple hairstyles one can choose to sport and those who constantly change their hairdo need more than the basic care. If it is a question of cost, there is various hair products found in stores which the general population can afford. For the adventurous, DIY hair dyes are available in innumerable department stores and shops.

With the advent of online video, there is an assortment of videos which one can choose to view to learn how to be an amateur hairdresser from scratch. One need only to browse any social media platform to note how common it is to see pictures of DIY hair dip dyeing or styling that look like a salon job. Of course, there is a need for proper certification and training which the writer believes all hairdressers should obtain.

Like any smart consumer would, you should weigh your decisions over a long period of time and choose wisely. There are home remedies designed to nourish your hair or hair treatment centers for the less brave. In the end, you should ask yourself if you would like to age with healthy hair or grow bald in your golden years. Wigs are an alternative but accidents may happen and we simply cannot have that moment caught on camera, can we?

Fashionable choices

Fashionable choices

At any point of our lives, we have learnt to hone our sense of fashion through the many walking examples surrounding us. It is no surprise nowadays that a little girl of ten may be seen perusing the shelves of a store and deciding what she would like to wear aside from outfits of her favorite color. The general idea of how we come to decide and select on a clothing item is through the mistakes of others.

If you were to walk down any street, you would see countless clothes pairings by different individuals. Although it may be an unconscious action, we store the outfits we have seen and keep it as referrals for another day. This may also occur when one reads fashion magazines which advices its readers of what designs can work in different scenarios. When facing a choice between medium-sized prints or large-sized prints, your mind works its way to dig into stored images or advices that would help you decide on the fashionably right selection. If that fails, one simply brings both outfits into the dressing room. That would equate to more time trying out items you may not buy (if the cut is simply unflattering) if you are on a time constraint.

In the event that the changing room mirror fails to tell you of the better choice, don't forget that you can always ask for a second opinion. It is always a good idea to have a companion when you are shopping for a new outfit. An outsider's view may be able to point out certain angles that may be unflattering or even financially help you decide when there is only enough for two outfits instead of there. There are the changing room assistants who can offer their opinion but always take recommendations with a grain of salt. Ultimately, it is you who will be wearing the outfit.

Most Beautiful Who

Most Beautiful Who

Type in ‘most desirable woman in the world' in Google and you will be provided with a series of links and images of Jennifer Lawrence. When the search is modified to ‘most desirable man in the world', Google seem to be unable to provide one name. Is it not intriguing how there is an ideal person or image in which women all over the world are to be measured against to be desirable?

It is no surprise that a famous female figure in history is well-known for her body or the clothes she wears. Before Jennifer Lawrence, there was the period where Megan Fox was the ideal that women strove to imitate, and which some still do to date. Although her physical body was the envy of many women and desired by men, it was Megan Fox's attires which accentuated or amplified her body that drew attention. On the contrary, Lady Gaga's outfits that always astound and puzzle people across the globe were rarely flattering but it captivated an audience that attempt to emulate her style. One can even find, Audrey Hepburn, as quoted to being an inspiration icon for women today.

Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty is a perfect example to explain the point of this article – women come in various shapes, sizes and color. There is no one style which fits all. What may compliment a petite-sized woman may not look as well on a plus-size woman. Despite the ‘thin is healthy' mindset that many carry around these days, a bigger size does not disallow women to be fashionable. It is of utmost importance that a woman feels happy and comfortable of her body to be able to project that confidence in everything she puts on. After all, are you wearing the dress or is the dress wearing you?

Why Shoes

Why Shoes

What do Dua Lipa, Rihanna, Agnez Monica, Megan Fox, and Keira Knightley have in common – aside from their status as international celebrities?

For ladies, you may be on the right track: they all confess to having shoe fetish! Most, if not all, guys are familiar with the unexplained passion women hold for footwear that could border on obsession. One would think shoes which can be regarded as instruments of torture would hold no appeal for women; think again. Much like any other body accessory, shoes complete the picture. It is able to make an outfit work or destroy the entire look – you and I have at least seen individuals with the most interesting articles of clothing but mismatched shoes, once in our lifetime.

So the question here: do women invest in shoes the same way that men invest in cars or electronic gadgets?

Undoubtedly, every woman loves a sale and would not give up an opportunity to grab a pair of shoes that has its price marked down of 50%. There are shoes for formal functions, social events and casual wear. Unfortunately, one pair of shoes cannot be used in different settings. For example, a pair of flats would be acceptable in formal functions but can one wear it to the market?

How many pairs of shoes should one have then? An analogy to better explain this would be between women's shoes and men's neckties. Can a man only possess four neckties at any duration in their life? Some may say, “Yes, he can” but keep in mind that if one need to wear them on a daily basis, four neckties will not be enough.

What about women, like the aforementioned stars, who have enough shoes to feed an entire country in poverty for a week? If one has the money to indulge, the market continually offers what the consumers want. If shoes is what they want, it is shoes they will get.