New Hair Cuts

A bob cut has been around for years now with no matter how you style your own hair, the cut appears gorgeous. There are many lengths as well as sizes of this bob cut and you can style them within whichever way that suits your own face. Blunt, graduated, developed out, A-line and inverted, are the various types of bob hair for 2011, which are extremely popular today.

If you are really fed up with that pretentious girl nearby, showing off her long locks, then it’s time you demonstrate to her the versatility of bob hair designs. The traditional bob haircuts were short and smooth with the hair being reduced in the same length. Along such bob cuts was always between the face and the shoulders. Well, brand new bob hairstyles possess gone beyond the old conventional bob hairstyles. The very best features of bob haircuts are that they can generally match any face shape and become worked upon in different methods to change the basic cut.

You may either cut your hair in such way that the bangs are all of different measures if you have plain old bob haircut, or seek professional help. Reduce your hair in bangs as stated before. If you have not colored your own hair and have retained your own natural hair color, you’ll be able to consider opting for some hair color ideas like adding illustrates to your hair, which fit your eye color or complexion. You may also get your hair cut having a razor to give your basic bob cut an edgy as well as chick look, and switch your hair outwards to increase the effect. The edgy razor cut style and ideas provides volume and is good choice with regard to layered bob cut for fine hair.

For Further Information on Bob Hairstyle Please Visit

Short Bob Haircuts

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com

Advertisements
Posted in New Hair Cuts | Tagged , , , ,

New Hair Colour Charts

As well as genetic tests and ultrasound scans, there are many less conventional approaches for estimating infant gender:

• Needle or Wedding ring Test
• Drano Test
• The Intelligender Gender Test
• Chinese Gender Calendar
• Woman’s Intuition

Forecasting Baby Sex – Needle or Wedding Band Test

Attach a strand of hair or a piece of thread to a needle or wedding ring for guessing newborn gender. Hold the needle or ring over the expecting woman’s stomach while she is lying down. When the needle or ring swings in a strong circle, it’s a girl. If it swings from side to side just like a pendulum, it’s a boy. As an alternative, you can dangle the needle or ring over the pregnant mom’s wrist.
Please note: even though this is a playful test, it’s not 100% accurate as a direct consequence of human error from subliminal finger movements.

Forecasting Baby Sex – Drano Test

How to perform the Drano Test for estimating newborn sex:

You will need two tablespoons of Crystal Drano (not the liquid), rubber gloves, a disposable glass jar, safety glasses and an outside work space. First, acquire a fresh urine sample (2 to 3 oz) whenever you awaken in the morning. Second, pour the Drano into the disposable glass jar. Add the same amount of urine. Wait about 10 seconds. Forecasting newborn gender outcomes: when the mix becomes a dark brownish color within 10 seconds, it’s a boy. If it does absolutely nothing for more than 10-15 seconds, it is a girl.

Alert: This test is harmful for a pregnant woman to conduct for guessing newborn sex due to the toxic smells. It performs best right after 4 months pregnant. In spite of this, it isn’t the time to be exposing your self to potentially harmful smells. Instead of putting yourself at risk, consider a commercial item that works the same way without becoming harmful. The Intelligender Gender Test is an example of a commercial product obtainable.

Note: although the Drano Test is one more enjoyable experiment to do, the outcomes are open to interpretation and the test might be unsafe.

Forecasting Baby Sex – The Intelligender Gender Test

The Intelligender Gender Test also uses your morning urine for guessing baby sex, which is contained in a re-sealing container. When the urine meets the crystals, a chemical reaction will happen. Swirl the concoction around for a couple of seconds then place on a level surface for about 10 seconds. An orange colour equals a girl. A murky greenish colour equates to a boy. The test claims to be 90% accurate and you are able to use it as early as 10 weeks. Not merely is the test risk-free, you do not come into contact with a smelly, potentially toxic substance.

Forecasting Baby Sex – Chinese Gender Calendar for Chinese Gender Prediction

The Chinese gender calendar, rumored to have been discovered 700 years ago in an ancient royal tomb near Beijing, China, is employed for Chinese gender prediction. Many say the Chinese gender calendar is over 90% accurate. You will find a lot of different charts accessible on the web; as a result, it can be easy to obtain an inaccurate result. One Chinese gender calendar can say that you’re having a boy and the other can say the opposite.

Note: the Chinese gender calendar just isn’t dependant on science. Strangely, the Chinese gender prediction is based on the mother’s age along with the month of conception. How a woman’s age has anything to do with ovulation and predicting newborn gender seems unusual.

Forecasting Baby Sex – Woman’s Intuition for Estimating Newborn Sex

To find out how to predict baby gender, go to this Predicting Baby Gender website right now!

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com

Posted in New Hair Colour Charts | Tagged , , , ,

Hair Colour Charts

So there you are, waiting to board your flight, and through the airport concourse walk two people with four gold bars on their shoulders. One of them is smartly dressed with his cap sitting squarely on his head and he is wearing designer aviation sun glasses. And in his monogrammed brief case there are the Company Standard Operating Procedures, Flight Information Circulars and up-to-date Instrument Approach Charts. The other character is a bit paunchy, no shades, hat askew, packet of fags in his shirt pocket, and carries a sling bag over his shoulder containing nothing but a book and a bottle for the night stop, and a change of underwear. Which one would you choose to be the commander of your flight? The answer may seem obvious, but there is a strange anomaly here… because all is not what it appears to be.

What makes a man (or a woman) want to defy gravity as a career? Commercial pilots belong to a group of people, not unlike any other group, except they have this strange desire to ‘slip the surly bonds of earth and dance the skies on laughter-silvered wings’, as the old poet says. Yes, they have to be reasonably well-coordinated, their eyesight has to be fairly good (not colour blind for obvious reasons) and they need a modicum of common sense, some education and good general situation awareness. They come in all shapes and sizes, ages and abilities and it is not always easy to spot, at first sight, who are the ‘good’ ones and who are the ‘bad’ ones. Herein lies the anomaly; some of the best pilots in the world fit the description of pilot number two walking through that departure lounge because, you see, they have ‘good hands’. That’s what it’s called in the flying game; it’s the mysterious ability to make wings and engines become responsive and obedient and to make the whole collection of nuts and bolts fly in tight formation. It’s a bit like a golfer with ‘soft hands’.

Not everyone has this hidden talent and, oddly enough, those who have, don’t often know it. But it is always a pleasure to be in the same cockpit as one of them and watch them weave their magic spell. That’s where dress and appearance can be so deceptive. It’s like an absent minded professor at work with scruffy hair and dandruff on his shoulder. The very last thing on his mind is sartorial elegance. Granted, the captain of a B747 passenger airliner should look the part; neat and tidy and professional. A DC8 freighter captain, on the other hand, does not have to be quite so presentable, but his flying abilities are unquestionably the same.

I have met crop dusters with good hands who would go to work wearing shorts and sandals and a bone dome, and nothing else. But watch them at work and it is poetry in motion. The trouble with ag-pilots though, is they tend to have a wild, irresponsible streak in them and will often end their day’s work water skiing a Thrush Commander in the local dam, or rattling the corrugated roof of the sugar factory with their wheels.

Military pilots with good hands bring a very different dimension to flying. They tend to be very disciplined and precise because their lives are strictly regulated by their military domain, and this is revealed in their carefully honed flying abilities. They convert a flying machine into a fighting machine; extreme multitasking! But catch them after work, when the job is done. Watch out! I have observed that all their discipline sometimes becomes a thing of the past!

Second World War military pilots, with whom I had the great privilege to fly in Air Rhodesia days, were in a class of their own. Some had flown Lancaster bombers, Spitfires, Hurricanes, Typhoons, Swordfish, Blenheims, Mitchells and Wellingtons. Many had DFC’s, AFC’s, DSO’s and the King’s Commendation. One had the Virtuti Militari, the Polish equivalent of the Victoria Cross. A few were members of the famous Caterpillar Club and one was a guest at Stalag Luft 1, until his escape. What can you say about these men? It was a truly humbling experience to have known them and flown with them. These war-hardened men joined Central African Airways (1946 – 1967) which became one of the world’s best-known and most efficient smaller airlines. CAA operated de Havilland Doves, Vickers Vikings, Douglas Dakotas and the indomitable Vickers Viscounts. Their good hands were usually gloved; it was the custom in those days for the captain to wear white gloves. All very ‘old school’ and formal, but not always, for often there was mischief in the air. One old skipper was known to open the cockpit door periodically in flight and let empty beer bottles roll down the aisle, just for the fun of watching the reaction of all his passengers! And on another occasion he boarded his flight wearing dark glasses and carrying a white stick, assisted by a flight attendant! A terrible prankster, but he had good hands.

But if you really want to know who are the good the bad and the ugly in the cockpit, ask a flight engineer. Engineers and pilots enjoy a bond of mutual respect, a kind of symbiotic relationship. They are the ‘menders and the benders’ who keep the whole show in the air. Any young pilot who does not understand this age-old code of honor between professionals will be put firmly in his place by an engineer. A black mark on the shoulder of a pilot’s white shirt sends a very loud message to the world about what an engineer thinks about him. It’s amazing what a bit of grease on the underside of a shoulder harness will do!

Sadly the era of flight engineers (FE’s) is coming to an end with new developments in aviation. Strange words like ergonomics and cockpit resource management are the order of the day now. But give me a pilot with good hands and good mender in the engine room any day.

William Stirling (Mitch) spent his early days as a pilot with Air Rhodesia, which became Air Zimbabwe. He writes to remember those golden days of central Africa and to share those memories. It was a wonderful time.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com

 

Posted in Hair Colour Charts | Tagged , , , ,

Hair Color Pictures

The first step in adopting a ferret would be to decide which type of ferret you want. The Internet houses a huge collection of ferret pictures along with information about the varieties. Browse through these pictures to find out which variety you like best. Pictures of these cuddly, fuzzy creatures are sure to make you fall in love with them.

The different coat colors in ferrets

· The most common variety is the Sable, with dark to chocolate brown fur.
· The most popular choice in ferret pets is the Albino, with snowy white fur, pink nose and red eyes.
· The third category includes the Dark Eyed White ferrets, called as the DEWs.
· The fourth variety is the silver ferret with hair color ranging from silver to dark grey.

Patterns on ferret furs

While looking through the ferret pictures you will notice certain markings on their fur making up interesting patterns. Some common types include-

· Mitt – these are sable ferrets with a bib-like pattern and white fur on the feet.
· Blaze – a variety of the mitt, with a blaze of white fur extending over the middle of the head from the forehead to the shoulders
· Siamese – the tails and the legs have darker hair than the rest of the body.
· Roan – these have a mixture of white and colored guard hairs.
· Panda – they have white hair all over their head, neck and shoulders, as well as on their tail tips and knees, and have mitts on every foot. They have distinctive colored hair around their eyes and also forming a saddle shape on their backs.

Breeders have mated different varieties of ferrets with each other and come up with new color combinations and fur traits. You will find many pictures of such exotic pets in the internet, like the Angora ferret, which has long hair.

Looking at the pictures of ferrets put up by their owners, you will also get an idea of their friendly personality. They are social animals and love to play. A ferret will surely take away the monotony of everyday life and fill your home with laughter.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com

 

Posted in Hair Color Pictures | Tagged , , , ,

Henna Hair Color

I started using natural henna color as part of my effort to move towards more natural methods of hair care.

What Is Henna?

Henna is a plant that grows in hot, dry climates. The leaves are harvested and dried and made into powder. This powder, when mixed with an acidic liquid (such as lemon juice) will dye skin or hair a reddish orange color. Henna will ALWAYS dye red. If you see henna hair dye products in stores that are different colors, you’ll know that this isn’t real henna. It is a henna COMPOUND. Usually these products are full of all sorts of strange ingredients like tree bark and coffee. Don’t buy these products, they are highly inferior and usually quite useless too. Real henna is just the crushed powdered leaves of the plant. The color of the henna powder is brown.

Body Art Quality Henna

You should always buy body art quality henna as this is the best quality, and great for your hair. Since Henna is just the crushed leaves of a plant, it is wonderfully healthy to use it on your hair.

It is as natural as you can get!

You can use natural henna color on your hair at any time! If your hair has previously been chemically dyed, you can absolutely use natural henna color straight afterward. You can also use henna as often as you like! It does not harm the hair IN ANY WAY.

Henna Hair Color

Henna blends with your natural hair color, so everyone’s results will be different. If your natural hair color is blond, the result would be a very bright coppery RED. If your natural color is brown, the color would be a very warm reddish brown. Naturally dark hair would just take on some reddish highlights.

Natural Henna Color – Personal Experience

My experience with using natural henna color was very positive. When I used it, I had not dyed my hair for several months and the regrowth was very bad. My naturally brown hair has previously been dyed black, so I had the regrowth of natural brown hair as well as some grey hair regrowth (I got my first grey hairs at age 14!, got quite a few now!)

Making Henna Paste

When you have got your body art quality henna powder, mix a few spoons of powder with freshly squeezed lemon juice. Keep mixing it until you have a paste the consistency of mashed potatoes.

It is best to mix it in a measuring jug so you can see how much you are mixing.

• 100g for short hair.
• 200g for collar length straight hair.
• 300g for shoulder length straight hair.
• 500g for waist length hair.

Cover the jug and leave it at room temperature overnight. The acid from the lemon juice will release the dyes as it stands, leading to a much richer color. The next morning, add some more lemon juice to the mix until you have the consistency of yogurt. Put on some gloves, put down some newspaper in your bathroom (it gets messy) and get to work!

Natural Henna Application

Put on some gloves. Apply henna to DRY, freshly shampooed hair. Be VERY generous with your application of natural henna color. It will not just move through your hair like other dyes, you have to physically make sure each hair has been covered. Be very thorough, keep putting more in, until you are very certain you have covered your entire head very thoroughly.

Then, put a plastic cap on, wipe off any dye marks on your face (if you don’t this could stain your skin for about a month! This is also why you MUST wear gloves), and settle down with a good book or movie for 2-4 hours. I left mine in for 3 hours and it was perfect. Rinse the natural henna color out of your hair. The easiest way to do this is in the bath. Then, shampoo and condition your hair as normal. The natural henna color will gradually deepen and you will only see the true color result in a few days.

Since my hair was previously dyed black, the natural henna color did not affect the dyed ends. It only changed the color of my natural hair at the roots. The grey streaks became red highlights, and the brown natural color became a rich reddish brown. The henna smells beautiful in your hair, and is totally different to the smell of chemical dyes. It has a wholesome fresh, natural smell.

Henna is great for the condition of your hair!

My hair felt beautiful and looked great. I will definitely be continuing to dye my hair with natural henna color. However, since it had no affect on the previously dyed ends of my hair, I won’t bother to dye all my hair next time, I’ll just worry about the regrowth.

Free Henna Hair Dye Ebook

This is a fabulous book, filled with instructive pictures and color charts, so that you can see EXACTLY how henna is likely to affect your hair color. It also has great information on how to mix natural henna color with other ingredients such as indigo to get different shades such as brunettes and blacks, and cassia for light hair which can bring life and shine back to blonds or mix with henna for warm golds and strawberry blonds.

Cassia can also repair damaged bleached blond hair. If you’re considering switching to natural methods of hair coloring, then I can highly recommend you give henna a try. Download the ebook, get yourself some gloves and some body art quality henna and you’re on your way!

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com

Posted in Henna Hair Color | Tagged , , , ,

Hair Tonic

What exactly are ‘natural’ products for hair care?

What does the word ‘natural’ really mean in a shampoo or hair care product?

In my opinion, no word is abused more than ‘natural’ in the beauty industry (a close second would be ‘low fat’, abused widely by the food industry). Label after label mention this word proudly, preferably in bright, green letters. It, of course, helps to fool the buyer into believing that the product is more natural than it really is, that everything was manufactured and bottled in some quaint meadow by hand rather than some dark and grey warehouse by machines.

In the purest sense of the word, a product would be truly natural if it contained no chemicals at all. If the ingredients list of a product has no vague, chemical sounding names, then you can safely say that it is natural.

But to be perfectly honest, no product can be completely ‘natural’. If it were that way, it probably wouldn’t last on your shelf for more than a few days. So every shampoo, conditioner, tonic, etc. has to have certain chemicals to act as preservatives if nothing else.

A lot of Ayurveda products claim to be ‘natural’. Ayurveda, which is an ancient Indian medical science that utilizes herbs, spices, fruits and other ingredients for formulating cures, is largely chemical free. You can create Ayurveda cures at home yourself, though a lot of companies are selling them online and at health stores these days. One Ayurveda hair tonic, for instance, makes use of a mixture of coconut and jasmine oil, along with extract of amla (Indian gooseberry), ‘shikakai’ and henna. This mixture can be made at home and is absolutely fabulous for the hair.

Ayurveda, however, is still at the fringes of the hair care industry. Few people know about it and a larger proportion still doubt its efficacy. In the mainstream hair care and beauty industry, it is impossible to find completely natural products for hair care. One of the most respected companies in the business – Aveda – which I recommend highly, freely admits that its products are largely derived from plants but refrain from using the word ‘natural’. Nevertheless, the company strives to use only the bare minimum amount of chemicals, and uses only those that it deems necessary to prolong the shelf life of its products, or produce suds (consumers scarcely trust a shampoo that doesn’t produce suds) and other aesthetically pleasing effects (color, smell, etc.).

What you should look out for are synthetic substances in the ingredients list. An ingredient should either be derived from natural sources, or should explicitly be a chemical. Aloe Vera and jojoba oil – two common ingredients in many hair care products – are often derived from synthetic sources but aren’t credited as such in the ingredients list. So be very careful of products that promise these two ingredients.

I would also like to point out the fetishism that has come to be associated with the word ‘natural’. Just because something is natural doesn’t mean that it is actually good for you. Petrochemicals are completely natural, but clog up pores and are very harmful to your hair. So instead of looking explicitly for natural products for hair care, take a more holistic overview of the product. If it tries to minimize the use of chemicals, and shies away from using synthetic versions of ingredients, then you can be sure that it is a good bet.

Sick and tired of being bald? Check out my provillus review and see for yourself how you can get your hair back. Click here to learn more.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com

Posted in Hair Tonic | Tagged , , , ,

Electrolysis Hair Removal

Hair Electrolysis is a treatment used for long term hair removal. We all have hair that grows in undesirable places. Manual removal can be a drawn out and tiresome task and of course is not permanent, this is why more and more people are looking for longer term semi permanent and permanent removal.

The procedure itself requires a tiny needle to be inserted in every follicle for around a minute; the initial treatment can take quite a long time. A small electric current is then transmitted through to the root burning it. Once the follicle has been burned it is unlikely that it will produce additional growth again.

Such removal is big business across the US and the Western world, with many companies offering this service. This Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approve this method and have labelled it to be permanent hair removal. This is more desirable than laser hair removal that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has only labelled as permanent hair reduction.

However there are not any specific licensing laws at the moment, so finding a reputable, professional technician to apply the treatments can be challenging. Usually individuals seeking electrolysis treatments should first look for recommendations from friends of family. Picking the right technician should be a well considered and careful decision.

If you are thinking about applying this treatment to yourself then you will need to buy a machine. This removal technique is definitely something that can be done at home, but it must be something taken seriously and done carefully. Misuse of the machines can lead to undesirable outcomes such as burns as well as permanent skin damage. Many professionals would strongly advise against attempting this yourself.

Hair Electrolysis is preferred as a hair removal procedure over laser hair removal because of specific facts about each. For instance, the laser used for this hair removal targets melanin. Melanin is found in dark hair and dark skin. So the only people who find great results are people with light skin and dark unwanted hair. Where hair electrolysis is good for any skin and hair types.

Electrolysis has gained media attention over the past few years, but using this method dates back to the Nineteenth Century, originally used as a way of taking out in growing eyelashes. It was invented by an eye doctor named Dr Charles Michael in the US. Since its advent the procedure has been perfected and simplified.

Hair Electrolysis Barrie

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com

 

Posted in Electrolysis Hair Removal | Tagged , , , ,