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The Best Hotels in Old Montreal
The Best Hotels in Old Montreal
This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you'll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale.Founded by French settlers in 1642, Vieux-Montréal (Old Montreal), with its cobblestone streets and old port, is the most popular area to stay in the city. As a result, the district has the highest concentration of hotels, ranging from luxury and boutique to budget.Here are the best hotels in Old Montreal.Auberge du Vieux-Port Overlooking the St Lawrence River, Auberge de Vieux-Port is one of Old Montreal's most beloved hotels. It is a convenient home base for those looking to explore the city's waterfront and historic sites. A former warehouse, Auberge de Vieux-Port remains faithful to its 19th-century architecture with original wooden beams and pine floors. Guest rooms are cozy but modern, featuring exposed brick or stone walls, hardwood floors and a well-considered line of high-quality amenities, including rainfall showers, flat-screen televisions, iPod docking stations and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Best of all, the hotel hastremendous views. Of the 45 luxury rooms more than half lookout over Rue de La Commune and the Old Port, while the others have views of Rue Saint-Paul.Old Montreal's thriving food scene surrounds the hotel,andAuberge de Vieux-Port's own Taverne Gaspar is very popular with the guests. It features a gastropub-inspired menu and unbeatable views of the St. Lawrence River.Book NowLe Petit HôtelLe Petit Hotel is housed in two connecting 19th-century buildings located in the heart of Old Montreal, just minutes from the Old Port and within walking distance of the city center. A modern boutique property with a European vibe, Le Petit Hôtel givesguests access to all the action and the perks of a private retreat. The lobby reception area is open and inviting, and the perfect place to sit and have a cup of coffee while planning your day.Book NowHotel William GrayThe two 18th-century buildings that are now Hotel William Graywere were once a merchant's house and a warehouse. While the historic exterior architecture has been retained, the interiorreceived a modern upgrade, including contemporary art from local artists and carefully chosen furnishings in the public areas and the 127 rooms. The hotel also has one of the best spas in the city, offering unique treatments using a warm quartz massage bed, a Himalayan salt room, a Finnish sauna, a steam room, experiential showers, cold room, herbal sauna and an outdoor pool.Book NowHotel GaultOncean 18th-century carpet factory, this hotel is located in the heart of Old Montreal. It features exposed brick and stone walls outside but is chic and contemporary, offering all the modern conveniences, on the inside. Hotel Gault's 30 lofts, suites and apartments all have large French windows and are individually designed with classic 20th-century pieces. The Gault Restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and lunch, and meals can also be served in the lounge or by the fireplace in the library.Book NowHotel Le St-JamesHoused ina former 19th-centuryMerchant's Bank, Hotel Le St-James has an impressive facade and the inside is charming too with ornate moldings anduniqueartworks. The 61 rooms and suites feature wood furnishings, Italian marble and original paintings. The hotel's spa offers candlelit massages,greatfacials and a selection of other top treatments. Destination restaurant, XO Le Restaurant is inside the spectacular former banker's hall headed byÉric Gonzalez (formerly of L'Atelier Joel Robuchon).Book NowLHotelThis lovely boutique hotel has 56 eclectic rooms, all of which are decorated in a chic, contemporary style, with suites overlooking the neighborhood's cobblestone streets. LHotel is close to the main attractions like Notre-Dame Basilica and the newly opened Underground City and museum. The Botero Wine Bar, LHotel's on-site watering hole, is popular with guests and locals.Book NowHotelPlace D'ArmesHotel Place D'Armes is located on one of Montreal's prettiest squares, across from the Notre-Dame Basilica. Housed in four striking 19th-century neoclassical buildings, the hotel also steps away from the Old Port. The 169 elegant rooms feature original brick walls and hardwood floors. A freestanding soak tub and rain showers are excellent features. For dining, Brasserie 701 is a local favorite, as is the rooftop terrace, while its new Japanese tavern, Kyo Bar Japonais, offers an izakaya-inspired menu andmore than 25 types of sake. The hotel's spa provides uniquely designed facial and massage therapies as well as a hammam.Book Now
Facebook's Future: Video, Search, Messaging and VR
Facebook's Future: Video, Search, Messaging and VR
Facebook's goal is to connect with everyone, yes every single person in the world. Not just that, but Facebook wants to connect to everyone at all times, in every waking moment. Facebook envisions a future where you will always be engaging with some part of the Facebook ecosystem, whether it's on its mega social platform at Facebook, using it's search engine, messaging a business associate or communicating on video or via a virtual reality environment.But first lets talk business."I often talk about how when we develop new products we think about it in three phases, said Zuckerberg. "First, building a consumer use case. Then, second, making it so that people can organically interact with businesses. And then third, on top of that, once there's a large volume of people interacting with businesses, give businesses tools to reach more people and pay. And that's ultimately the business opportunity."During the earnings call yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg opened the curtain into Facebook's plans, strategies and dreams for the future. He first provided the latest metrics illustrating Facebook's continued success, 1.7 billion people now use Facebook every month, and 1.1 billion people use it every day. He said that Facebook revenue grew by 59% year-over year to $6.4 billion, and advertising revenue was up 63% to $6.2 billion.Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook said that Q2 ad revenue grew 63% and mobile ad revenue hit $5.2 billion, up 81% year-over-year, and was approximately 84% of total ad revenue. Facebook is now truly a mobile app rather than a desktop experience for the vast majority of its users. Zuckerberg said that they continue to see excellent growth and over the past year Facebook has added over 200 million people using Facebook on a monthly basis. Time spent per person increased double digit percentages year-over-year across Facebook, Instagram and Messenger. And that doesn't even include WhatsApp yet.Facebook is still growing rapidly and that's because it has continued to evolve. It's evolution has happened because of increased bandwidth, technological advancements, acquisitions of new platforms like WhatsApp and Instagram and most importantly continuing to be on the cutting edge of what people want in a social network. All of this while simultaneously building a successful business model that pays for this evolution. What's really interesting however, is how Zuckerberg sees Facebook transforming in the future. "Our results show our progress as we work to make the world more open and connected across our three-, five- and ten-year horizons," he said. "Over the next three years we are focused on continuing to build our community and help people share more of what matters to them. The next five years are about building our newer products into full ecosystems with developers and businesses. And over the next ten years we are working to build new technologies to help everyone connect in new ways."Facebook is seeking to be the world's business platform, not just the peoples. More on this below in the Search section on a Facebook future where it is competing with LinkedIn. "We're excited to announce that we now have 60 million monthly active business Pages on Facebook," said Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. "We also continue to grow the number of active advertisers on our platform. This shows that both our free and paid products are providing value to marketers of all sizes around the world. We continue to focus on our three priorities - capitalizing on the shift to mobile, growing the number of marketers using our ad products, and making our ads more relevant and effective."Trust me, this is just the beginning of Facebook's morphing into both a personal and business platform in the future.The Future of Facebook is VideoFacebook used to be mostly text and over the years they changed to be photo centric, with many people using Facebook as their family photo album. People still do that but Zuckerberg envisions a huge change coming. "We see a world that is video first, with video at the heart of all of our apps and services." "Over the past six months we have been particularly focused on Live video. Live represents a new way to share what's happening in more immediate and creative ways," Zuckerberg said. "This quarter Candace Payne's Chewbacca mask video was viewed almost 160 million times. Live is also changing the way we see politics, as news organizations and delegates go Live from the Republican and Democratic conventions. And we have seen in Minnesota and Dallas how Live can shine a light on important moments as they happen."At Fortune's Most Powerful Women International Summit in London, Nicola Mendelsohn, VP EMEA at Facebook, predicted that the Facebook newsfeed will be all video in 5 years. "It will definitely be mobile. It will probably be all video," Mendelsohn said. "I just think if we look, we already are seeing a year on year decline in text. We're seeing a massive increase as I've said on both pictures and video. So yeah, if I was having a bet, I would say video, video, video.""When you think about what's happening on video on our platform we're really excited by the production and consumption of video and we're seeing the full range from people posting the things in their personal lives; the power of what a mobile phone can produce and distribute now is pretty incredible when you compare it to just a few years ago to some of the most sophisticated content producers in the world producing for us," added Sandberg.Facebook Focuses on SearchFacebook is moving into the search space aggressively, definitely to help it compete with Twitter and perhaps even Google in the future. Facebook launched true keyword search in late 2014 that allows users to search not just profile names or just your friends posts, but also everyone's public posts. And, if you didn't know, all postings default at public, which means that anyone can search for your posts.The first goal for Facebook with search is to become more like Twitter, where people post their thoughts, feelings and most importantly news reports, especially the on-the-scene kind. When the next plane lands in the Hudson, Facebook wants the survivor standing on the wing to use their platform to post about this breaking news, not Twitter. More precisely, Facebook wants you to use Facebook Live to stream your personalized live news coverage."We're making good progress on core services within the Facebook app, like Search," Zuckerberg stated. "A growing way people use search is to find what people are saying about a topic across the more than 2.5 trillion posts in our network. Now, people are doing more than 2 billion searches a day, between looking up people, businesses and other things that they care about. Continuous, steady improvement to services like search are an important part of helping people connect and realizing our mission."He also said this in minimizing their true plans, in my opinion.But what's their next goal? Facebook has certainly focused on the business use of their platform as they continue to look for monetization opportunities. My guess is that Facebook will seek to compete with LinkedIn as the business platform of record. Over the last few years LinkedIn has certainly moved from a glorified directory of business professionals to a platform for business related news, conversation and connection. Facebook has the platform but would need to figure out how to easily separate family life from business life, which could be done rather easily. With Microsoft buying LinkedIn, Facebook will be highly motivated to compete.Next up for Facebook Search would be to compete with Google. Why... you ask? Because Google has a market cap of $520 billion, with the majority of that credited to its search business, while Facebook has a market cap of $362 billion. More importantly, it's about revenue and profit. In 2015, Google had $75 billion in revenue and $16 billion in net income while Facebook had $17 billion in revenue and $3.6 billion in net income. Google tried to compete with Facebook with Google and it failed miserably, but that's because it's harder to get people to change their social habits than it is their search habits. You don't need your friends to use Facebook Search in order for you to find it useful, but you definitely need your friends to move to a new social platform to make it work for you. That was Google's dilemma, but it won't be Facebook's. "Since it refocused on keywords, Facebook is now seeing 2 billion searches per day of its 2.5 trillion posts," stated TechCrunch writer Josh Constine. "That's compared to 1.5 billion searches per day in July 2015, and 1 billion in September 2012. That's a 33% climb in just 9 months."That's lets than half a reported 3.5 billion searches per day on Google. The difference is that Google's searches are monitizable, while Facebook searches, not so much. However, this must scare the heck out of Google because it shows how ingrained people are to use Facebook for search. Therefore, over time I predict that Facebook will add web indexing to it's search engine. They already have 3.5 billion searches, why not open up search to everything and in the process open up a huge monetization opportunity.One other prediction, Facebook will disconnect its search app from just Facebook.com, just like they did Messenger. Then, voilÃ, Facebook is competing with Google. Making Instagram Stronger Instagram was purchased by Facebook for $1 billion while it was just getting off the ground. It is now center to its plans on connecting with everyone in the world on a constant always on basis. That's why Instagram is so important to Facebook, it has a foothold with younger people and its active user base is not a clone of Facebook's, so it expands the corporate Facebook's universe of connectivity and engagement."Over the next five years we are working hard to build ecosystems around some of our newer products," said Zuckerberg. "Instagram now has more than 500 million monthly actives, with more than 300 million daily. Now we're working to make the experience more engaging."He said that when Instagram, despite user pushback, began to rank its feed in order to improve the experience, that they are already seeing a "positive impact" with people spending more time and share more content within the platform. As always, business is important to Zuckerberg as well. "We've also introduced our advertising tools on Instagram and we're seeing marketers engage with people in creative and innovative ways."Messaging with Messenger & WhatsApp"In the two years since we separated Messenger from the main Facebook app - which was a controversial decision at the time - we've improved performance and given people new ways to express themselves," commented Zuckerberg. "Now, for the first time, more than 1 billion people are using Messenger every month." Facebook sees a huge opportunity with messaging because it moves them closer to their goal of connecting everyone on a constant always on basis. That's why they paid $22 billion for WhatsApp, which is a service that barely had a business model. "I'm also happy with the updates we're making to WhatsApp - which also has a community of more than 1 billion people," said Zuckerberg. "This quarter we launched new desktop apps and end-to-end encryption, and millions of people are using WhatsApp's voice calling features."Facebook has big plans for messaging because not only does it help them bring even more people into Facebook's universe, but it moves them into the business space, where Facebook desperately wants to be, because that's where the money is."The scale we've achieved with our messaging services makes it clear that they are more than just a way to chat with friends," Zuckerberg noted. "That's why we're also making it easier for people to connect with groups and businesses as well. We are going to keep focusing on this over the next several years."Facebook owned messaging has now taken over standard text messaging according to Zuckerberg. "Between Messenger and WhatsApp I think we're around 60 billion messages a day which is something like three times more than the peak of global SMS traffic." It's incredible to think that Facebook now owns the messaging space. Who would have thought that 3 years ago?New Technologies"I'm also excited about the early progress we're making on our 10-year initiatives," said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during their recent earnings announcement. "We are investing in new technologies to give more people a voice - including the 4 billion people around the world who aren't yet online - and helping more people take advantage of the opportunities that come with the internet." Facebook is seeking to connect everyone in the world, regardless of any obstacle. It's a long term plan, but Facebook is on it. "One of the biggest opportunities to grow our community is in developing countries where connectivity is less advanced than what we take for granted here at home," Zuckerberg said. "So over the past couple of years, we've began making steady improvements to our apps to make them work regardless of the device or connection people are using. We also built a light-weight version of our Android app, called Facebook Lite, that is tuned to work on 2G networks and is now used by more than 100 million people."Virtual reality is another huge area of investment for Facebook, especially with their $2 billion purchase of Oculus. They see VR as an extension of connecting and sharing. Know one really knows the future of VR, but it will be deeply engrained in advertising in the future and since all of Facebook's revenue comes from advertising, they need to be in this space. "We believe that virtual reality can help people share richer experiences and help everyone understand what's going on around the world," said Zuckerberg. "It's really early for us in VR but we're hitting some important milestones. As of the second quarter more than 1 million people a month are using Oculus on mobile phones through our Gear VR 4partnership with Samsung."Zuckerberg also commented on the potential revenue importance of their investment in VR: "More than 300 apps are already available at the Oculus store for Gear VR, we've filled all of our pre-orders for Oculus Rift and we are seeing increasing demand from retail as stores plan for the holidays. While it's still early for augmented reality, we're doing AR research and are seeing lightweight versions of AR technology today in mobile apps like MSQRD."Facebook is Just Getting Started"So that's a recap of the progress we're making in our 10 year plan," said Zuckerberg. "We have a saying at Facebook that our journey is only 1% done - and while I'm happy with our progress, we have a lot more work to do to grow our community and connect the whole world. That means making big investments and taking risks - focusing not just on what Facebook is, but on what it can be."
Easy Home Remedies for Clear Skin
Easy Home Remedies for Clear Skin
There are few things more frustrating than blemished skin, so consider turning to these instead of harsh and expensive skin care creams and washes.Especially if you have sensitive skin, you will most likely find that over the counter and prescription skin care products are too strong and can potentially add to the problem with your skin.Furthermore, a trip down any grocery store or drug store aisle will produce an overwhelming number of skin care products that can easily rack up a hefty bill. Instead, save your skin in addition to saving a few bucks by whipping up a quick and easy skin care remedy out of items that are probably already in your home.* Clear Your Skin From Within * Remember the old saying, you are what you eat?Although the adage has been around for years, the advice is completely up to date. If you find yourself suffering from acne or other skin blemishes, take a look of your body from the inside out.Your body notifies you when something is off balance, especially when you are lacking the proper nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. This notification can likely express itself in the appearance of blemishes.Instead of slathering your skin with items from the beauty aisle, take a walk down the rest of the aisle in your grocery store in order to experience a regeneration of your skin.Eating a well-rounded, healthy diet is incredibly important. Be sure to include lots of fresh fruit and vegetables in your diet, as the nutrients provided by these items are critical.Furthermore, drink at least eight eight-ounce glasses of water each day to ensure that your skin remains well hydrated.* Skip The Drug Store And Head To The Kitchen * Read any label of skin care product available on the retail market and you may find your tummy rumbling. These skin care products are packed with edible ingredients, from oatmeal to honey to avocado to cucumber.Instead of buying these expensive, heavily preserved creams, lotions, and potions, consider making the alternative mixtures yourself.Look no further than your kitchen for many fantastic home remedies for clear skin.When you see a zit pop up, avoid the urge to squeeze! Instead, dab a bit of lemon juice on a cotton swab and apply to the affected area.The acid in the lemon juice will help extract any infection and your will avoid adding more bacteria to the mix by keeping your hands off your skin.Since one of the main problems associated with skin blemishes is dead skin cells, exfoliation is critical. Instead of spending big bucks on fancy bottles and containers of exfoliants, grab a canister of old fashioned oatmeal.Mix with water and scrub your skin clean. The gentleness of the oatmeal is perfect for even the most sensitive skin and the grainy consistency will remove any dead skin cells before they have a problem.You probably use toothpaste with baking soda for whitening your teeth, so why not use the same product to clear up your skin?Each night, wash your face with baking soda and water. This mixture is perfect for keeping your skin clean and dry. The basic property of the baking soda works to dry up the excess oils that typically cause skin blemishes.If a pimple rears its ugly head then you should head immediately to your stove. Mix ground nutmeg with milk and boil.After the concoction is completely cooled, apply to the affected area and let dry overnight. Wash the yummy mixture off your face in the morning and you will be surprised by the results!
How to Make Black Human Hair Extensions to Fade ?
How to Make Black Human Hair Extensions to Fade ?
that colour you wish is sooooo lovable! however yea youd must bleach them after which observe the dye consequently. however to get it extra just like the photograph, would i recommend bleaching then death one entire extention crimson and one extention lavender after which layer them on best of 1 one other? well good fortune :)1. MY HUMAN HAIR EXTENSIONS SMELL FUNNY?You are "totally real remi" hair extensions might be burning xD but perhaps you should wash them properly with shampoo and conditioner, as if they were your own hair =o=2. Would a salon dye my (clip in) hair extensions?If they are human hair,they should. Call and ask first though.3. which is better, Human hair or Synthetic Half wigs?human it lasts much longer and does not look as fake...which is why synthetic is so cheap4. HELP! How Do I Keep My Human Hair Extensions From Tangling And Matting Up So Much?okay well i would have Human hair Extensions but i did not have these problems. All you do is make sure you have a brush, wig brush, spikey ones, whatever its called and you brush it couple times a day. also at night wrap it, brush it around in a circle, use bobby pins if you need to and use a head tie and put it over and tie it. In the morning or whenever take the wrap off and it will be smooth and straight or curling however your hair is. You should be good to go. some curly hair extensions works good with water. but straight ones dont ( it depends ) make sure rain or wetness dont get on your hair. Protect it well and it will last, especially when it's good quality.5. Does anyone know anything about the source for cheap human hair from china & 3rd world contries comes from?dont know a thing bout this but just thought i would tell you that when my father was alive, he offered me 500 dollars to cut my hair. i am quite sure he had no intention of selling it. I also have two very close friends one of whom went to Calif. to visit relatives while the other and myself were living in the Cherokee Nat. Forest. I returned from town one day with supplies and saw a bald man walking alongside the creek. As I got closer I realized it was my friend who had gotten so frustrated with the tangles in his long hair that he shaved it and his beard off. Well if this were not shocking enough, I went the next day to the airport to pick up my other friend and she came off the plane wearing a toboggan. As she reached me she yanked it off and started laughing... she and her sister had decided to shave their heads together. Neither of my friends knew what the other was doing.... it was just incredible spontaneity done on the same day one in Calif. and the other in Tn. Maybe I shoulda taken my father up on his offer. Years later I was using a circular saw and it caught my hair in the motor. It rolled it up like a curling iron and stopped at my head. I was shocked and a little embarrassed because even though the saw was no longer running, it was just dangling from my head. I looked around to see if anyone had seen this happen and my present dilemma. First thing I did was unplug the saw and retrieve a pair of scissors in my tool box. I was going to have to cut off a huge hunk of my hair to get free when suddenly a voice, maybe my dad feeling sorry for me or a unicorn I know that lives on another planet, went off in my head telling me to turn the blade backwards with my hand. As I did, it just reversed the process, unrolled my hair from the motor and came free. I did this later again with a drill and once with an electric sander that I hated. It was so loud and dusty that I did not even want to use it. Maybe it was my dad again but when my hair got caught this time, I did have to cut it to get free. The sander has not worked since....YAY!
Figure Skaters: Should I Get "boot Gloves" (by "Ice Light") for My Skates?
Figure Skaters: Should I Get "boot Gloves" (by "Ice Light") for My Skates?
i think my coach has those she says they keep her feet warm :)— — — — — —Poll: What do figure skaters have in their skating bags?-Chap stick -Towel -Blade Guard -Soakers -Hair ties -bobby pins -leggings -money -water— — — — — —what type of camera do pro skaters use?cameras are no good for skating on— — — — — —Skaters! Which of these padded shorts is best?Hockey is harder, faster, and very entertaining to watch for just about anybody. There's everything you want going on. There's hitting, fights, goals, and always plenty of shots/good saves. The action never stops. They probably hate each other for their complete differences. Figure skating is not hardcore at all. You can only fall. It's not like another figure skating team can come out and check you to screw up your routine (although that is a good idea. ) Hockey is also very tiring. It seems that figure skaters are not out of breath by the end of their routine, although I could be wrong— — — — — —If you LOVE skating....and if you HATE skaters....?they hate it becasue they have nothing better to do. i remember skating till i started a skate band. plus your a girl and people look down upon that i think its hot. people are just retarded. do what you want. if you can skate go crazy thats badass. skate or die! girl. ..skate. . or die.— — — — — —Figure skaters: What would you want for this?Lip gloss and make-up both sound appropriate. Another option would be hair accessories— — — — — —Why do female figure skaters even bother to wear skirts?hahaha, I thought about that too... but i guess it separates skaters from girls of do gymnastics... Kimmie's was pretty long, and I agree to some of the other answers too... it depends on the skater and/or the choreographer... tradition maybe? idk— — — — — —how come proffessional street skaters don't wear helmets?well, they just dont, street skaiting can be really dangerous (ask any one who has ever wiped out bad, they will say they wish they were wearing one) but, i guess there is an image of street skaters that they dont wear helments i dont wear one when im just chillin in a parking lot and just skating around and stuff, but when ever im at the park i wear one cuz im a klutz and i fall a lot, a helmet is worth the teasing your friends give you when you only get a minor concusion instead of breaking your skull thats just my opion hope it helped— — — — — —Skaters, what are your thoughts?Hi There. :) I really feel that the competitions of figure skating have begun to turn into either more of a beauty pageant and show-offy thing now. more than what they used to be about. Figure skating used to be about beauty and grace and feeling the music and bringing people to tears with the mood of the performance. Now, it's all about makeup and hair and dresses and what you can do. Most of the skaters at the rink I go to hardly ever have a smile on their faces. it's like they are forced to do it. On the makeup thing, I honestly and truly thing it is wrong for 5 year olds to be wearing the whole foundation, blush, lipstick, eyeshadow and eyeliner and mascara and everthing that can damage their skin and personal image. They should be given a choice if they want to wear large amounts of makeup like that, because when they get older, they may become insecure about their image and wear it all the time. Especially if they are competing in a lower level it is not necessary. Many coaches/parents think it's adds to the impression and the interpretation/performance but I disagree. If the skater truly feels the music (even at a young age) and have good choreography for their programme then they should not need anything more. My Guide-lines for ages of makeup in figure skating are below: 5 yrs and under - nothing more than lip gloss, their skin is beautiful and fresh, they do not need anything on it. 5-7 yrs - lip gloss and blush if they want it. their skin is still fresh. 8-10 yrs - lip gloss, blush and maybe concealer if they need it. they are starting to mature and their skin might not be as clear as it used to be. 10-12 yrs - this is when the girls can start to choose what they wear, but nothing too drastic. 13 yrs and up - These girls should generally know the routine now, most girls this age already wear some makeup. Also, they know what would go with their dress and they know what they feel comfortable in. they should begin to do their own makeup for competitions. This is just my opinion. I am only 13-14 and my mother has never done my makeup for skating. When you skate it should be about the ice, the jumps, the spin, the music and doing something you should be proud of. not what you wear. Hope I helped. :)
Can You Dye Premium Human Hair Blend Weave?
Can You Dye Premium Human Hair Blend Weave?
Premium Weave1. Can I wear a Human Hair Wig as if it were my own hair?no you will not be able to wear it like it was your own... it's not YOURS mam! there will always be an unrealistic part about it2. Pros and Cons of a Sew-In Weave?1. your sew in weave WILL NOT hurt as much as your micro-braids hurt. 2. your sew in weave, if done by someone willing to take the time to sew the hair in correctly, and evenly around your head, should take around two hours. 3. sew in weaves DEFINITELY look more real than micro-braids. BUT you have to try to get a color close to your hair color, and AVOID the Crayola-inspired reds and blues. Also, get 'human hair' that you can style yourself, and not the other super-shiny synthetic stuff 4. your hair will be healthier in a sew in weave, as people tend to take them out sooner than micro-braids. And your hair needs down time. Also, it is easier to wash your hair w/a sew in weave. If you always get micros, you probably have noticed how cruel these braids are to your front hair line. With a sew-in weave, you do not have this problem. (if you do have this problem, it is certainly not of the magnitude that we see with micros) 5. Sew-in weaves are cheaper than micro-braids. 6. Sew in weaves last for a long time, but not as long as micros last. Your stylist is often willing to tighten the threads for a small fee. I would go for the sew-in weave3. Clip In Hair Extensions anyone? OK so heres the thing I want to order 16'' Human hair hair extensions ONLINE..Did you try looking on Sally's website?4. where can i find human hair extensions that arent super expensive?You can get cheap and good quality hair extensions at Sally Beauty Supply. You can buy the 18" human hair extensions for $34.99 a pack and you should only need like 2 packs. Its a lot cheaper if you just buy the clips and sew them on yourself, and if works just as good.:] The clips are like $1-2 a pack and you get 3 in each pack. You should only need like 6 packs of them. Hope this helps!5. Wet & Wavy Extensions Human hair?that's the reply for your question. I easily have moist and wavy braids and that i love them. they are in basic terms about 2 mos previous and look as sturdy because the first day I were given them without the discomfort(smile). that's what u do. Plait your moist and wavy hair into 3 or 4 plaits , take a tall microwaveable cup ideally with a cope with on it and characteristic a small towel waiting. Fill the cup with water and warm temperature it till warm. completely dip each and every braid into the water till u imagine the water has saturated the plait. Take the plait out and wrap the towel round it squeezing the water out. attempt this with each and every plait once you are end with all of them you would be pleasantly suprised. Now undo your plaits. make efficient you do not tangle them. I spray with African Royale no longer African pride braid spray when I attempt this. I do my scalp genuine sturdy and then spray the hair. you will see this product makes your moist and wavy smooth and it hangs fantastically. playstation that warm water seals the hair . in case you opt for help searching after it enable me understand and that i will inform you undemanding strategies to bathe it so as that it continuously looks new on a similar time as a results of the indisputable fact that is popping out to be. My way your hair will be healthy and improve a mile lengthy with braids6. Can you dye Remy clip in human hair extensions?Yes you can colour human hair extensions! however its not recommended. Really worth checking them out, :) x7. Where can I get Thick Human Hair Clip in extensions?This Site Might Help You. RE: Where can I get Thick Human Hair Clip in extensions? i really want hair extensions!:) but i want then to be thick,and if is possible not that expensive! not more then $70.... anybody knowswhere i can get them?
I Believe Some Red Wine 'clears' the Artery's?.......recommendations Please for What Wine Available.
I Believe Some Red Wine 'clears' the Artery's?.......recommendations Please for What Wine Available.
Hi I answered a similar question earlier. I have pasted my earlier post below, but first, know that ANY alcohol source has "artery clearing effects", it's not just red wine that can protect against heart attacks. I think all this confusion came several years ago in the 80's when the popular media reported a study demonstrating the cardioprotective effects of red wine. Since then, there have been a number of studies using all sorts of alcohol and have confirmed the cardioprotective effects of alcohol. Also, know that the protective effects of alcohol are in moderate drinkers. Moderate drinking is only loosely defined, but it is generally considered 2 drinks/day (1 drink is a 5 oz glass of wine or a 12 oz glass of beer). 1. There is evidence that moderate alcohol consumption reduces cardiovascular mortality. 2. In addition, moderate alcohol consumption can decrease your risk of developing coronary artery disease. (note the difference between this effect and actually dying from a heart attack). 3. Not only that, moderate alcohol consumption appears to be protective against strokes and diabetes as well 4. While alcohol appears to do all these good things, it can increase your blood pressure (although not so much for moderate drinkers). Whether this matters in the face of overall decreased mortality is an unresolved question (why should i care about my BP if I am going to live longer anyways). Also, while the majority of studies demonstrate cardioprotective effects of alcohol, there is, in fact, a minority of contrary research. 5. Alcohol appears to lower cardiovascular mortality by its effects on the blood vessels: i. by decreasing inflammation in the blood vessels. ii. via its antioxidant properties iii. via its ability to prevent platelets from sticking together (decreases the risk of clots inside blood vessels) iv. by increasing HDL cholesterol. 6. While alcohol has all these good effects on blood vessels, it is, however, directly toxic to the heart muscle itself. Thus, patients are at increased risk of heart failure. Note that this is different from suffering a heart attack due to a blocked vessel. In addition, chronic alcohol consumption affects the liver and increases the risk of certain types of cancers. If you do not want to read all this, I think my first paragraph answers your question. Hope this helps!1. Alcohol withdrawal?I know your pain all to well. I drink every other day, if I go any longer then that I start to get irritate and nerves. It sucks. I do not drink to get drunk, I never have. I stay up tight and anxious all the time. Hope I helped.2. Alcohol problem?Dont stop drinking just for your health. Stop drinking for God. 1 Corinthians 6 9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, 10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God. 11 And such were some of you: Galatians 5:21 "Envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God."3. Can alcohol be replaced with marijuana to get the same buzz? If yes, what are the benefits of switching?Can alcohol be replaced with marijuana to get the same buzz? If yes, what are the benefits of switching?The high from cannabis is NOTHING like the high you get from alcohol.The two drugs are nothing like each other.Cannabis is FAR safer than alcohol too.If I were to make a decision between the two, cannabis would win every single time. Alcohol is one of the shittiest drugs one could ever use. I am honestly not sure why it's so popular4. alcohol and the antibiotic Cipro?It may actually enhance the effect or because of the effect they the liver has on metabolizing the medicines it may cancel it completely, usually not!5. Favorite alcohol to sip on?I am not a huge fan of straight hard liquor, so I do not usually sip on that. I will have straight Jameson every once in a while, but more often than not I mix the hard stuff. As far as sipping, I really like Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand. It's light, crisp, and I love the grapefruit flavor. Segura Vividas sparkling brut rose is another of my go-to drinks for sipping. Fruity, fizzy, and delicious in general. Beer is not really good for just sipping because it does not stay cold as long.
What Are the Best Drugstore Foundations, Concealers, Powders and Brushes?
What Are the Best Drugstore Foundations, Concealers, Powders and Brushes?
Foundations- maybelline fit me foundation or revlon photo ready foundation Concealer- maybelline fit me concealer Powder- again maybelline fit me pressed powder Brushes- e.l.f. makeup brushes1. Does Sally Beauty Supply carry makeup brushes?Yes they do its a beauty supply store2. whats the easiest way 2 wash makeup brushes?I really would not think you would ever wash make-up brushes. You replace them. There is not a product made for cleaning them. You should keep them stored so they do not get dirty from dust, etc. When you feel they are too soiled even with just the make-up you use, it's time to buy new ones3. What is the best way to wash my makeup brushes?I am in beauty school and i learned to either use baby shampoo. Or ( i do this method ) dishwashing soap, and rubbing alcohol. Mix them together and whatever you do dont get water into the base!! Just wet the hairs. They take hours and hours to dry but they get totally clean4. what is a good brand of makeup brushes?mac and dis other i hav but i m 2 lazy 2 go get up n check5. How to clean your makeup brushes with shampoo?You basically just run them under water, applying a minimal amount of shampoo to wash each one. Gently rub in the shampoo into the brush and rinse thoroughly. Really, that's all there is too it. I am assuming that any kind of shampoo will work. You could try a gentle shampoo, such as baby shampoo. There are products specified for cleaning brushes, but they are not at all necessary. A soap or shampoo will do the job6. Beauty Hygiene: 10 Tips Your Beauty Professional should Follow Jo Elizabeth Blog | Expert Bridal Makeup & Hair Stylist | London | Surrey | South East | WorldwideAccording to an article published by The Pro Hygiene collection 60% of women admit to sharing cosmetics with friends and 75% admit to never washing their makeup applicators. Effective hygiene practices are necessary for beauty treatments performed at home or by a beauty professional to prevent cross-infection and secondary infections that can occur through poor practice. However in such creative industries such as makeup and hair industries, where standards and professional certifications of qualifications vary drastically - it is important to know that your beauty professional( and yourself at home !) are following the best hygiene practices, minimising the risk of infections. As Covid-19 has no doubt brought hygiene to the forefront of our minds, I will continue to keep this blog updated with best practices and government guidelines as we work through the crisis ; here are 10 expert tips all beauty professionals should already be practising. Our skin is our biggest organ, and bacteria naturally live on the skin's surface. We all must participate in good cosmetic hygiene practices to avoid cross-contamination, potentially causing infections such as; Herpes simplex ( a cold sore), conjunctivitis, and impetigo. Although your beauty professional is not a doctor, s/he should have the relevant training in basic skin conditions and understand the best practices for sanitising their tools - making your treatment safe. Clean tools, the correct use of Alcohol sprays, soap/water, the use of disposables where possible should all be commonplace during your pamper session. Your beauty professional must have PLI ( Public Liability Insurance) Whether your beauty professional works in a salon or as a mobile artist, they should have up-to-date insurance. Public liability and equipment insurance is up-dated yearly and can be a costly business expense for sole traders, so expect to pay a little more for a service provider who has invested years in education and has taken proper precautions to protect you both. Popular awarding bodies include Salon Gold, BABTAC, and insurance through unions such as Bectu. 2. Did they go to a proper beauty school? Is your beauty professional certified by a professional body? A good education gives your beauty professional the expert knowledge to identify basic contagious skin disease that may affect your treatment- think cold scores, head lice, impetigo etc..- fast track courses seldom have the time to go through rigorous health and safety policies meaning bad hygiene habits may not be picked up early. 3. Have they cleaned their hands ? It's the simple stuff that adds up Something we are all super familiar with as of late! Stylists will have different ways of ensuring their hands are clean before starting your treatment, including; using soap and water, hand sanitiser or sanitising wipes - but washing hands is the most effective way to work. 4. Do they use disposables ? This is an absolute must where possible and I can imagine harsher policies will be implemented post Covid- this should be a non-negotiable when make-up artists apply your mascara. Alternatives to using disposables can include applying mascara with spoolies or makeup brushes - but the brush should never be ' double-dipped ' back into the tube. Proper PPE can be expensive so expect this to be reflected in the price of your treatment. 5. Watch out for that Double-Dip Not just reserved for sharing those french fries "Double-dipping" is the process of dipping a make-up brush, finger, or disposable back into a cream-based product once it has touched the skin. This is a dangerous practice and is the quickest way to spread bacteria, causing infections. Your artist should be using a spatula to remove the product from the pot onto a sanitised palette/hand before applying it to the face. Under no circumstances should brushes go directly into the product from the face. Not all cosmetic formulas are equal It's important to note that cream products such as; foundations, concealers, hair products, lipsticks etc.. harbour bacteria easier than powder products. A quick spritz with 70% alcohol will work wonders for disinfecting powders such as eyeshadows and expect rules around powder products to become more rigorous post lockdown. A classic that can be underrated. Not only does sharpening your pencils help with a better make-up application, but it's also the quickest way to clean products in between clients. Your make-up artist can also spritz with 70% alcohol as well for extra hygiene assurance. 8. Make-up brushes should NOT be blown on to remove excess product. Please tap off the excess. I can not stress this enough. Just no. Please stop this NOW. All that microscopic bacteria that live inside the mouth transferred onto the face in one quick blow. EWWW! This goes for all of you at home as well, NO excuses people! Deep clean your make-up brushes, hairbrushes, and styling tools ONCE a week with liquid soap and water! ( I love an anti-bac wash with tea tree to remove stubborn oil residue or Dr. Bronner's Brush cleaner). Your make-up artist or hairstylist should be cleaning their tools between clients with cosmetic grade alcohol that is kind to the skin yet kills the bacteria. Parian Spirit, ISOCLEAN, or Kyrolan IPA work well. All good things come to those who wait Lastly, I understand that it can be frustrating ( and sometimes more expensive!) to start your treatment early in the morning or have additional stylists on your booking, however, proper sanitation takes time! 45 minutes per hair OR makeup treatment is the gold standard for a high-quality service that does not cut corners!
Making Waves, with No Apology
Making Waves, with No Apology
By JUDITH NEWMANAUG. 5, 2011HAVING curly hair makes me taller, more literary and better in bed. Perhaps not everyone agrees with me, like, say, my husband and the 500 men I dated before him who dumped me. But forget that. I know it's true. Or at least it's the story I tell myself every time I have a bout of Straight Hair Envy, when I ponder the possibilities of the Brazilian Blowout (surely formaldehyde seeping into the scalp can't be that bad?) or wistfully cruise the aisles of Ricky's jonesing for Fekkai Silky Straight Ironless, Redken Align 12 Ultra-Straight Balm and John Frieda Frizz-Ease Straight Fixation Smoothing Crème.What curly head hasn't had the Pantene Fantasy, where she shakes her head, and a glossy curtain of light-reflecting hair swooshes behind her? Let me reiterate the sound effect: That's swoosh, not boing.But. If I had straight hair (so my internal monologue goes), I would be going against my true nature. I would be trying to tame the untamable creature within. And those of us who are big curly heads are hard-put to remember a time when our hair wasn't a striking part of our identity, from the very moment we heard that rhyme about that girl with the curl in middle of her forehead. Milton's Eve in "Paradise Lost" has long golden hair that falls in ringlets. Botticellis and Titian nudes have wild flowing manes that cover the naughty bits. When the Sirens in the Odyssey lure men to their deaths, they don't do it with a Jean Seberg do.Not to say I always felt so adamant about what is, in truth, the defining aspect of my appearance. I must have been having a Moment in high school, judging from my yearbook photo, where my badly ironed hair made me look like Nigel Tufnel in "This Is Spinal Tap." (That is, Nigel with a pretentious yearbook quote from James Joyce.) And then, more recently, when I allowed myself to be talked into a two-hour blowout for a magazine photo shoot ("Straight hair takes off 10 pounds!" the stylist said cheerily) - prompting my son with Asperger's and poor facial-recognition skills not to know who I was, and my husband to note that, "if the look they were going for was Bored Suburban Housewife, they succeeded."AdvertisementFor most of my life, changing my curls seemed disrespectful of my ethnicity, my family. I might as well have moved to Greenwich, Conn., and started wearing pearls.Advertisement"Look, it's not what I want, it's what wealthy men want," Patti Stanger said. I had called Ms. Stanger, the star yenta of Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker," because I'd noticed that whenever she auditions women to meet her millionaires, she almost always tells them to lose the curls. "Curly hair is like redheads - they just don't get a lot of play," Ms. Stanger added. "I don't know why. I just know that to be a dream girl you need straight, long, silky, humidity-resistant hair. Also, I think curly hair reminds them of - well, let's be polite here. Let's just say a pterodactyl nest."By the end of our conversation, I was practically weeping with the knowledge that Ron Perelman would never be mine.I'd like to say that curls are enjoying a renaissance; after all, for fall fashion week, designers like Rebecca Minkoff and Nicholas K were featuring something they called "next-day hair": disheveled, slightly frizzy curls that one stylist described as "hair that looks like you've been living in the woods for three days." Finally, my time had come!But in real life, one always gets the sense that curly hair is the consolation prize. Products from Ouidad and Devachan, both specializing in curlies, seem to be patting us gently on the back and saying: "Listen, we know what you want. We know. But be proud. If you can't have straight hair without massive amounts of time and effort, at least we'll help you look like you didn't stick your finger in an electric socket."And then there's the rise of Drybar, whose motto is "No color. No cuts. Just blowouts," for 40 bucks. There are five locations in Los Angeles, where it sometimes seems that, if you have curly hair, you are a sad yet whimsical accident of nature, like that two-faced kitten. Not surprisingly, a Drybar is soon to open in New York City, much to the relief of one friend who claims to have gotten R.S.I. from blowing out her own hair three times a week for years. With affordable blowouts, she said, she plans to "leave it to the professionals."Any shred of hope I had about curly hair becoming cool were dashed with the appearance of Rebekah Brooks, the embattled former News International chief executive who allegedly looked the other way while her reporters tapped the phones of celebrities and murder victims. Why is it that the most glorious mane of red curls this side of Collette has to be attached to the head of a woman who's become the poster child for amorality in journalism? Hi, my hair is red and curly and glorious, and P.S., the London papers now call me "the most hated woman in Britain." I realize I take this a little more personally than I should, and since so many people mentioned I was her doppelgänger, I finally gave up and adopted her photo as my Facebook profile picture. Still, it's not just that she's reviled. Ms. Brooks's hair has brought up a far more ubiquitous idea about curls that irks me: that those of us with hair like Ms. Brooks's can't be taken seriously. That we are narcissists who wear our hair this way to a.) get attention and b.) infuriate people.AdvertisementRobin Givhan, the fashion critic and reporter for The Daily Beast and Newsweek, wrote a piece for the Web site decrying Ms. Brooks for daring to testify before Parliament with her hair - well, like that. "That was look-at-me hair," Ms. Givhan wrote. "Stare at me, remember me. Me me me."Please verify you're not a robot by clicking the box.Invalid email address. Please re-enter.You must select a newsletter to subscribe to.View all New York Times newsletters.Let's look at Ms. Brooks's hair another way. Maybe her feeling about appearing before Parliament with the halo of hair was not "look at me" but "Good God, I have to testify before Parliament, I have no time to deal with my hair."Because, trust me, it's not as if she does that to her hair. It was not cunningly arranged. That is her hair's default. And this is particularly true in the Britain, because, having lived there for a year, I know there is something about the hard water in London that guarantees that, if you don't devote an hour to it in the morning, drenching it with moisturizers and de-frizzers, a person with her kind of hair will resemble Magenta in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." Or Rebekah Brooks. Or me.Is it contradictory to say I feel sexier with curly hair, yet want serious women with serious jobs to be able to wear it curly? I don't think so. It pains me when I see women straighten their hair in order to be considered more "professional." Yes, I get that there is a history of funny women, from Phyllis Diller and Lucille Ball to Gilda Radner and, in her early years, Kathy Griffin. (Kathy, I love you, why did you and your flat iron betray us?)But here's a parlor game for you: Try to find a newscaster in a major metropolitan market with curls. What, did you think they are all naturally straight? As if there's some gene for shellacked and ironed tresses that went together with on-air talent?What will it take to make a big head of curly hair truly acceptable? Ms. Stanger thinks it's all about which celebrities are wearing it: "When Julia Roberts had red, curly hair in 'Pretty Woman,' everyone thought it was hot." True, but she was, you know, a hooker.I thought I was tilting at windmills until I discovered my new cultural and hair hero, the Florida congresswoman and chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Recently, Ms. Wasserman Schultz made news when accusing her Republican colleague, Allen West, of endangering his elderly constituents by supporting huge Medicare cuts, and Mr. West - although not mentioned by her by name - retaliated by sending out an e-mail calling her "the most vile, despicable, unprofessional" member of Congress and telling her to "shut the heck up." And after that, it got ugly.Politics aside, I love the congresswoman's guts in not bowing to the vast Blowout Conspiracy. Sometimes she's got those blonde waves, sometimes she's got pin-curls, but I've never seen her on a Sunday morning chat show with helmet hair. She is a serious, passionate voice for progressive politics in this country, and she's not afraid to have hair that's passionate, too.My own passion on this subject came to the fore when my mother died not long ago. She was a humorous woman with a serious career, a physician, and had wild hair pretty much like mine. And she was a woman who never lacked for confidence. Short and chubby, she always thought she was quite the beauty. And so she was. Years ago, when she saw me during one of my infrequent attempts at straightening, she said, gently: "You know, honey, I can understand you wanting to improve your brain or even your body. But - you've got my hair. It's perfect. Why would you want to improve on that?" Why, indeed.An article last Sunday about curly hair misspelled the surname of a wealthy executive who the writer jokingly said would never be her ticket to a wealthy life, given that rich men supposedly do not like curly-haired women. He is Ron Perelman, not Perlman.A version of this article appears in print on August 7, 2011, on Page ST1 of the New York edition with the headline: Making Waves, With No Apology. Order Reprints| Today's Paper|SubscribeWe're interested in your feedback on this page. Tell us what you think.
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