There are two types of people on Valentine's day — those who get to enjoy a candlelit dinner under the stars at a beach or a romantic date at a hotel resort and those who are single for reasons best known to them. If you are in the second category, don’t sit at home and wallow in sadness because you have no one to bring you heart chocolates or write you cute handwritten notes.
Nail-biting! A bad habit that begins at childhood and affects approximately 30% of individuals across all age groups. It is also a cringe-worthy habit that can have you hiding your fingers every time you are in public. But the shame is not half as bad as the damage it does to your nails.
That begs the question — is it possible to stop biting nails? If yes, how? Read on to get the answers to these questions and explore the various ways you can fix the damages that years of biting have done to your nails.
Valentine’s Day just a few weeks away, and you probably have your plans laid out perfectly. However, you can’t help but worry because you know how acne just pops out in the most inappropriate times possible. But you needn’t worry. What you may not know is that sometimes you’re the reason why you have these breakouts.
A positive self-image is the first step to a fulfilling life. Although feeling good starts from the inside, looking good on the outside will boost your confidence. We all love making the perfect first impression once we enter a room. Be it at a new workplace, school, or just a meeting. Although it might sound overwhelming, it is not. Here are a few tips to guide you on improving your first impression.
Besides the face, your hair is one of your main defining features. It is what people who meet you look at once they analyze your face. It dramatically affects how you look, and even a slight change of hairstyle tends to impact your overall appearance substantially.
So, what can you do if every time you hit the shower, your drain suddenly becomes clogged or a bunch of hair strands are left on your hairbrush every time you brush it? Should you be worried? Is this a sign of an illness? If this is your current predicament, then here is how to get to the root of your hair problems.
About a decade or two ago, 2020 was perceived by many as the distant future in which we would be surrounded by flying cars and ape chauffeurs. Now that it’s only a breath away, it’d be safe to say that although technology has changed a lot of things, we are yet toget robot butlers.
However, what we have are much-improved skincare products. Regardless of this, most of us still have a hard time taking care of our skin. Luckily, we got you on that as well. Here are tips that will help you achieve your skincare goals for 2020.
Over-indulging on sugar-laden foods and snacks, drinking extra cocktails, and sleeping three hours only during the holiday season is all fun and games until its back to basics, and your skin is screaming neglect! With a little effort, it is possible to get back that beautiful glow you had before the holidays. In that breath, here is how to detox your skin from the holidays.
Planning to skip the cold, harsh weather, and spend your Christmas holiday somewhere sunny? Or are you more in the group of people who embrace winter and spend Christmas holidays skiing in a far off destination? Well, have fun with whichever category you fit in but keep in mind the environment inside a plane cabin is usually moisture-free. Therefore a flight, regardless of how short it might be, will wreak havoc on your skin. Fortunately, this doesn’t have to be the case as following the skin tips below will help you maintain that glow on your skin before, during, and after the flight.
The weather outside might be unpleasant, but your skin doesn’t have to look dull. Yes, cold temperatures and winter weather can significantly contribute to your skin feeling drier and duller than during other seasons of the year. However, you don’t have to wait until spring to regain that radiant look.
Transforming a mass of thick curly or wavy hair into beautiful, sleek straight hair is often not an easy feat. In most cases, it involves using the highest heat settings on your blow dryer or flat iron and using a relatively copious amount of hair chemicals whose ingredients you know nothing about. Unfortunately, this does more harm than good as the heat tends to dehydrate your hair.
Craving for chocolate but can’t take it because you are worried your acne breakouts will worsen? Or do you sit in the sun for endless hours, hoping it'll clear out your acne? If your answer to these questions is yes, you are a victim of acne myths. But you are not to blame. Similar to any other health condition or skin problem, acne is also subject to misinformation. We set the record straight by debunking the most common acne myths.