Perfume is recognized for its aromatic scent and is a way of showing your personality. The aim of wearing it is to smell the way you desire. Perfume is comprised of alcohol, water and perfume (fragrance) oil. Its intensity is decided with the concentration of solvents in mixture. Most commonly used solvent for perfume is ethanol. Perfume itself is simple to make and the trick is to put the essential oils together creating a smell you like. Did You Know? The basic formulae for custom made perfume is 15% to 30% essential oil, 70% to 80% of pure grain alcohol, such as vodka, and 5% of distilled or bottled spring water, however the precise formulae of commercial perfumes are kept secret. Perfume is made up of base notes (the smell stays the longest on your skin), middle notes (smell stays second longest), and top notes (smell of oil evaporates first). Top notes are scents that can be detected immediately when the perfume is applied and they form that critical first impression. The point of wearing perfume is to smell the way you want and the choice of perfume is very personal and subjective matter.
It has been yet another long, grueling day, hasn't it been? Is that a sleeping pill I see on the side table there? Beside the glass of water, yes that one. Go easy on the pill thing, Hillary. It is still a long road ahead. This is no fun, is it? This transformation from top dog to underdog. Sad, that the once cheerful and bustling caravan is emptying out. People who used to hang by your every word, who looked up to you like you were some diva... now have a different look about them altogether. Which you do not like at all. Oh no no no, you don't like the look of pity - they pitying you! imagine! - at all. And look how quickly they are disappearing from the room - there aren't any good-byes either. My, how equations change. As I look back upon your journey of the past sixty odd years, it becomes very clear that you have always been aiming to occupy the Oval Office ... right from your cradle days! Like a machine, programmed. While the other girls dreamt of a handsome prince coming galloping on a dark steed and sweeping them off their dainty feet, while the other girls dreamt of a life full of baking cookies and making tea in the afternoons for their friends, gossiping and chatting their way to grannyhood, while the other girls dreamt of singing lullabies to the kids and potty-training them, and tending to the little garden and the white fence - you oh you were hearing the beat of a different drummer altogether.
Many might loosely define technology as "the greatest evolution in the last century." Afterall, it has certainly become a staple of not only our life-styles, but also a key component to our economy. In the last decade alone, the entire globe has traveled through many cycles of both progression, and growth. It's true, that there is a stigma that the world of technology is "a man's domain, " but women have a different perspective. Fortunately, the industry has excelled through a paradigm shift that not only INCLUDES women, but recognizes and acknowledges the contributions that women have made to the industry. There are organizations comprised of women that have achieved significant levels of success in the technology and related fields. Women & Hi-Tech has been in existence since 2000, and was created to address the specific needs of women in high tech industries and to encourage more women to consider careers in technology. What's most exciting about peeking into the careers of women in technology, is that the spectrum of opportunity has exponentially grown in the two last decades.
There are so many beautiful women out there of all skin types, tones & sizes. We each have our own individuality that makes us unique. Some are good at business, some at baking, others at charity, maybe, and then you have those who focus in on fashion and creativity. But regardless of what you do, we all have an image to uphold, and hopefully, we all have a life outside of 'what we do' where our appearance matters, as well. So, where I am going with all this? Well, if you are going to take the time to look the part for any event, whether it is work, play or a date, please consider all the essentials, and don't leave out ANYTHING, including what goes on under that fabulous outfit you're going to wear! Picture it, she has on a dress that is a perfect color for her skin tone, her make-up is just right, and 'Oh! ' look at that hair! Then you notice her great shoes and that nice pair of earrings she's wearing... but then, all of a sudden, as you're discreetly looking at her and thinking how nice she looks.
The door opened with a piercing sound... In came Kiran running like a wild bird. Her self was drenched in sweat.. her hands trembling. Her eyes wide open.. Like a bird just being unchained and relocated to a cage.. A cage called Ethics.. A cage of so called "Religion". She sat right next to her mother without having a thought that the only difference between herself and her mom is that her mom got wrecked some 30 years before her.. "Maa... Is it crime to be a woman??" " I don't want to live maa... I want to sleep in your lap, forever. I feel scared... of those eyes, of those hands who desire to check me like I am just a piece of meat.. "Am I just a piece of flesh?" "I want to sleep maa.. because I m scared... I want to see a new morning maa.." Those who study or have studied at the University of Karachi or have any friends studying there, might know that the most extensively visited places in the campus are PG[prem gali], PC and the Terminal. For those who don't know, PG is a gali just behind the university's Central Library.
There are a lot of people who enjoy burning candles. I am one of them. They can make your home smell fresh and clean or will fill your home with spices and herbs. Candles can take you to a tropical wonder, set a sensual mood, or bring you home for the holidays. How do you make candles last longer? Do you enjoy burning votives but can't get then to last? The first thing you should do is check around. Make sure the area is free of articles that could catch on fire. Turn off any air purifiers. They have a tendency of filtering the scent. I always recommend turning off any ceiling fans and make sure there is not a draft. This will help prevent the flame from altering the performance of the candle. Next, decide on what you want the candle to accomplish. Do you want to freshen up a small or a larger room? Larger rooms will need a larger candle. The candles I burn are 16oz jars and are double wicked. Depending on how much you want to freshen up you maybe be able to just open the jar and let the scent filter through the room.
No need to worry about exceeding the luggage limit when you travel if you bring only the bare necessities. No need to travel like a monk. You can dress very well and look perfect at all times, right out of the suitcase. The trick lies in careful planning. Tip #1. Plan Your Wardrobe Do you look good in black? If you do, then lucky you. Just get 1 long sleeved black top 1 short sleeved black top 1 black camisole 1 pair of black pants 1 pair of jeans 1 long black skirt 1 short black skirt Several sets of underwear 2 or 3 comfortable outfits to sleep in. Okay, you could mix, black with white or go for brown/tan/earth tone clothes instead of black if those suit you better. Or you could be the lady in red by swapping black for red. Tip #2. Plan Your Skincare Are you going to the tropics? Will you be going to a place where the climate is dry and cold? Plan your skincare accordingly. In a dry climate, you would need a richer moisturizer. You may need a rich lip balm to keep lips from cracking on top of a rich moisturizer for your entire body.
You might not think so, but history reveals otherwise. The world of horse racing may be dominated by men, but there sure are a handful of women who have made a mark for themselves and all other female horse racing enthusiasts. Horse racing is a male-dominated sport, gaining for itself the title, "The Sport of Kings". But today, it might as well be called "The Sport of Kings, Queens, and Princesses" with the impressive number of women trainers, breeders, and jockeys! Horse races is popular the world over, and it has been gaining more and more women enthusiasts over the years. Today, there are a large percentage of women, playing competitive and important roles at high level horse races and prestigious horse tracks. It all began a about a hundred years ago when the world of horse racing was rocked by the emergence of women competitors. At about 1904, women started coming into sight, whether they were playing important roles such jockeys, or equally important backstage roles as trainers and breeders.
"Speaking this language can save your life." As women, we are extra tuned in to what people are saying even when they are not speaking words. This second Women's Personal Safety Secret should, therefore, make a lot of sense. Making the tips into habit will take a little more work but will be well worth it! We know, from Personal Safety Secret #1, that the attacker mindset includes low self-esteem, feeling insecure and out of control. This means attackers are already in a weakened state. In order to get the "power fix" they desire, they must succeed at the attack. This inspires them look for someone who appears weaker than themselves. Looking weak and being weak are two different things. You can be very confident but look weak simply by being distracted with a cell phone conversation. You can also have a terrible day but portray yourself as strong and confident just by adjusting your body language. Consider that whatever you are feeling on the inside is showing on the outside and attackers are quite good at reading body language.
Last Sunday, I was taking a morning walk in the local park, near my house. Suddenly, a piece of newspaper came flying and stuck onto my face. I wanted to throw it away when I realized that it was a Hindi newspaper. The Sunday column had something to say. I took out my pocket notebook and began to translate. This is what came out: My heart has been palpitating strangely since I woke up this morning. Yes, I remember, it is Sunday today. Every Sunday it happens to me that I wake up early in the morning at about 4 O' clock and I begin to think unnecessarily. I think about the dark eclipse that has cursed my family's happiness, the agony of seeing my husband embraced tightly in my arms, my son's dark present and gloomy future. I think about those people who get to the high political positions, in spite of the criminal charges against them, because their court cases are dismissed before they step into politics, or the cases are hushed up. But what about those young boys or girls who, in their immaturity, commit a minor offense but they carry the tag along all their lives, and as a result they are deprived of the government jobs.