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Do It Yourself: Shattered Glass Nails

We've already agreed on the fact that Korean's have the best beauty tips, tricks and skincare hands down.
From their K-Beauty face products to their creativity when it comes to nails, you literally get the best of both worlds. When you hear the term 'shattered glass' nails that has Korean beauty written all over it, thanks to Eunkyung Park, owner of Unistella Salon in Seoul. When you think of shattered glass, nails are usually not the first thing that come to mind -- although, Park changed that and made shattered glass a nail trend that has people going crazy. Park has done pretty much every celebrities nails in Korea and it's a well-known fact that shattered glass nails are definitely a favorite.
The design consist of cellophane and your typical manicure. The trend has since gone mainstream and literally everyone has been drooling over this trend since late last year. It doesn't seem like the shattered glass will be swept away anytime soon, but as long as you don't get cut -- that's definitely a good thing. To learn how to recreate this beautiful trend for yourself, keep scrolling and dare to become obsessed.

Talk about simple and beautiful.

Will you be giving the shattered glass nail trend a try?
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Oh wow! Thanks for sharing @ButterflyBlu I have to go look now!
I also saw some at cvs and rite aid. :)
I totally agree! Nails are extremely versatile. This is perfect! @marshalledgar
So cool. I love how creative girls can be with the adornment of nails. Very creative!
Thank you!! @primodiva93
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Hiện nay, cây chè được trồng tại rất nhiều nơi như Trung Quốc, Đài Loan, Nhật Bản, Việt Nam, Ấn Độ, Kenya, Sri Lanka… Đây đều là các quốc gia có sản lượng chè hàng đầu thế giới. Ở Việt Nam trà xanh được trồng nhiều ở Thái Nguyên, Lâm Đồng, Phú Thọ,… Có mấy loại trà xanh Lá trà xanh tươi Dùng lá trà xanh tươi để nấu uống, tắm, rửa mặt hoặc kết hợp với các thực phẩm khác chữa bệnh như: mật ong, chanh, gừng, đường phèn,… Lá trà xanh tươi dùng để nấu uống rất thơm mát, giải khát, giải nhiệt cực tốt Trà xanh khô Trà xanh khô là loại trà đã được chế biến trải qua nhiều công đoạn và xao khổ để bảo quản được lâu hơn, khi uống có hương vị thơm ngon hơn. Nước trà xanh khô khi pha có màu vàng xanh đẹp mắt Trà xanh túi lọc Trà xanh túi lọc cũng là dạng trà xanh đã được xao khô và cho vào túi lọc. Cánh trà trong túi lọc thường rất nhỏ như trà tấm, trà cám. Trà túi lọc rất tiện lợi, có thể mang đi xa và có thể pha bất cứ khi nào mà không cần phải chuẩn bị dụng cụ pha trà cầu kỳ. Trà xanh túi lọc Bột trà xanh Bột trà xanh là loại bột được chế biến bằng cách nghiền nát lá trà xanh để tạo ra chất bột mịn và có màu xanh đẹp mắt. Bột trà xanh được dùng để pha trực tiếp với nước sôi, uống cả nước và cái. Ngoài ra, bột trà xanh còn được dùng để làm bánh, kem, trà sữa và dùng để chăm sóc sắc đẹp vô cùng hiệu quả. Bột trà xanh được rất nhiều chị em phụ nữ yêu thích có thể làm đẹp da, ngừa mụn hiệu quả Tác dụng của trà xanh Trà xanh giảm cân Trong trà xanh có chứa các thành phần chất chống oxy hóa là các hợp chất catechin, polyohenol, EGCG có tác dụng ngăn ngừa hình thành các tế bào mỡ, kiểm soát đường, đốt cháy mỡ thừa, tăng cường khả năng trao đổi chất, từ đó giảm cân nhanh chóng. Tác dụng của trà xanh giúp giảm cân hiệu quả Trà xanh giúp tăng cường trí nhớ Ngoài café thì trà xanh cũng là một trong các loại thực phẩm có chứa cafein. Caffeine có tác dụng giúp cho não bộ luôn được tỉnh tảo, giảm stress, tăng cường trí nhớ được minh mẫn hơn, nhạy bén hơn. Tăng cường canxi Hàm lượng chất florua trong trà xanh có thể giúp xương luôn khỏe mạnh, bảo vệ xương và ngăn các bệnh về các bệnh về xương khớp như viêm thấp khớp, mỏi lưng, mỏi gối và loãng xương,… Trà xanh hỗ trợ giải độc gan Trà xanh giàu cachein là một chất giúp chống oxy hóa rất tốt có khả năng làm giảm lượng mỡ trong gan, nhằm cải thiện chức năng của gan và giúp gan được thải độc một cách tốt nhất. Trà xanh có tác dụng hỗ trợ giải độc gan rất tốt Giảm lượng cholesterol Các hàm lượng chất chống oxy hóa EGCG trong trà xanh có tác dụng ngăn ngừa sự hình thành của các cholesterol xấu gây hại cho cơ thể, đồng thời tăng cường các cholesterol mạnh trong cơ thể. Trà xanh chống lão hóa, đẹp da Uống trà xanh thường xuyên có thể ngăn ngừa lão hóa da rất tốt, nhờ vào các chất chống oxy hóa ngăn ngừa hình thành các gốc tự do gây lão hóa da. Từ đó, uống trà xanh sẽ giúp da dẻ trở nên láng mịn, hồng hào. Trà xanh hỗ trợ điều trị tiểu đường Trong trà xanh chứa rất ít, hầu như không có đường. Các chất polyphenols có trong trà xanh giúp giữ đường luôn ở mức ổn định, giúp ngăn tình trạng tiểu đường, nhất là ở người cao tuổi. Trà xanh hỗ trợ điều trị tiểu đường Trà xanh ổn định huyết áp Trà xanh giúp kiềm chế angiotensin, hormone gây ra tình trạng co rút mạch, tăng huyết áp. Vậy nên uống trà xanh giúp ngăn ngừa và làm giảm huyết áp rất tốt. Trà xanh chống bệnh tim mạch Uống trà xanh giúp làm giảm nguy cơ mắc các bệnh về tim mạch, đột qụy, suy tim ở người già. Bởi trong trà xanh chứa các chất ngăn ngừa các tế bào ở hệ tim mạch bị phá hủy, tăng cường khả năng hồi phục các mô tế bào tim mạch. Trà xanh chống bệnh tim mạch Trà xanh giúp tăng cường hệ thống miễn dịch của cơ thể Trong thành phần của trà xanh chứa các chất polyphenol, flavonoid, đây là các chất giúp tăng cường hệ thống miễn dịch của cơ thể, ngăn quá trình lão hóa da. Giúp cơ thể khỏe mạnh, ngăn khả năng cơ thể bị các bệnh do hệ miễn dịch yếu như nhiễm trùng da, nấm da… Trà xanh ngăn chặn sâu răng Trà xanh có chứa các hợp chất làm thơm nên dùng trà xanh xúc miệng hoặc uống giúp khử mùi hôi trong khoang miệng rất tốt, đặc biệt có khả năng tiêu diệt các vi khuẩn trong khoang răng, gây sâu răng. Trà xanh khử mùi hôi chân Trà xanh được biết đến với tính khử mùi rất tốt, nên thường được nhiều người dùng để ngâm rửa chân, ngăn tình trạng hôi chân. Ngâm chân mỗi tối bằng nước trà vừa có tác dụng giúp cơ thể loại bỏ những căn thẳng mệt mỏi, dễ ngủ vừa khử mùi hôi cực kỳ tốt. Trà xanh khử mùi hôi chân Cách pha trà xanh đúng cách Cách pha trà xanh tươi Rửa sạch lá trà xanh bằng nước sạch và để ráo. Vò sơ lá trà xanh sau đó cho vào bình đựng trà. Sau đó rót nước sôi vào ngập phần trà xanh và ngâm khoảng 3 phút. Cuối cùng đổ nước trần đi giúp lá trà sạch hơn, giảm độ nhựa, ngái và độ chát. Đổ tiếp nước sôi vào ấm, đậy nắp lại và hãm trà trong 10 phút. Có thể cho thêm gừng/ sả/ lá dứa/… vào tùy thích. Rót trà ra và thưởng thức. Lặp lại bước 3 nếu để có thể dùng tiếp. Cách pha trà xanh khô Chuẩn bị: 8g trà, ấm chén, lọc trà, chuyên trà, xúc trà, … Tráng ấm chén: dùng nước sôi 100 độ C tráng qua các dụng cụ để làm sạch và làm ấm trước khi pha. Tráng trà: cho trà vào ấm, dùng nước sôi 80 – 85 độ C đổ vào ngập mặt trà, sau đó đổ đi ngay. Hãm trà: châm tiếp 200ml nước sôi 80 – 85 độ C vào ấm. Hãm trong vòng 20 – 25 giây. Rót trà ra chuyên qua chiếc lọc, sau đó rót ra chén nhỏ và thưởng thức. Nên uống trà xanh bao nhiêu mỗi ngày? Tác dụng của trà xanh rất tốt cho sức khỏe, tuy nhiên nếu không uống đúng cách và quá liều lượng có thể gây ra bất lợi cho sức khỏe. Vậy nên, người bình thường chỉ cần uống trà từ 2 – 5 tách trà mỗi ngày để đạt hiệu quả tốt cho sức khỏe. Bên cạnh đó cần lưu ý: Chỉ nên uống trà ngay sau khi pha xong, tránh để lâu và để qua đêm sẽ dễ gây chát và vi khuẩn xâm nhập. Nên uống trà vào đầu giờ sáng và sau giấc ngủ trưa để giúp tăng tinh thần tỉnh táo bắt đầu giờ làm việc hiệu quả và chỉ uống khi bụng đã no.
6 Easy Ways To A Smooth Neck
Because the skin on your neck is some of the thinnest on your body, it is also one of the first places to show signs of ageing. Here are six ways to make your neck look younger and address everything from sun damage to sagging on this delicate area. 1. WEAR SUNSCREEN EVERY SINGLE DAY. Your dermatologist will agree that a nickel-sized amount of sunscreen applied to your neck and chest every day will help prevent collagen breakdown and the formation of sunspots. Don't forget to massage the sides and back of your neck. 2. MAINTAIN YOUR SKIN'S MOISTURIZATION. Again, the skin on your neck is thinner and has fewer oil glands than the rest of your body, so keeping the area hydrated is essential for a smoother overall texture. Look for peptide-containing creams (which can help stimulate new collagen growth) and apply them in gentle, upward strokes from your chest to your jawline. 3. RECLAIM YOUR BEAUTY SLEEP. Do you always wake up with pillow lines on the side of your neck? Apply one of these silicone patches before going to bed to keep your skin from crinkling while you sleep. You'll wake up with a smoother neck and less chance of further damage. 4. FOCUS ON CORRECT POSTURE. The amount of time we spend looking down at our phones and screens has resulted in what we now refer to as "tech neck." The simplest solution would be to limit screen time entirely, but more realistically, you should keep everything as close to eye level as possible to avoid unnecessary wrinkling. 5. GIVE LASER TREATMENTS A GO AHEAD. Still have fine lines on your neck? Fraxel lasers, stimulate your body's natural repair process to promote collagen growth. Fraxel can also be used to treat any dark spots or broken capillaries in the area, giving you a more even complexion. 6. ULTRASOUND TREATMENT FOR SERIOUS REPAIR. Ultherapy or Ultracel is your best non-surgical option for deeper, more stubborn lines and sagging. The FDA-approved treatment uses heat generated by focused sonic waves to penetrate deeper into the skin and stimulate the production of new collagen. Take note that the effect is gradual, and most patients notice a lifting effect three to six months after the initial treatment, so be patient.
How Tretinoin Gets Rid Of Acne and How To Use It?
Tretinoin cream is available in a variety of concentrations, ranging from .05 percent cream to creams containing up to .1 percent tretinoin. The type of tretinoin cream you use to treat acne, like many other skincare medications, can have a significant impact on your results as well as your risk of experiencing side effects. We've listed all of the different tretinoin cream concentrations that are available in the United States below. We've also discussed which concentration is best for treating and preventing acne. We've also discussed how tretinoin can be used as an acne treatment to prevent breakouts and keep your skin clear all year. What Exactly Is Acne? Acne vulgaris, also known as acne vulgaris, is a common skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles, or pores, become clogged with a mixture of sebum, dead skin cells, and other substances. Acne affects almost everyone at some point in their lives. For some, it is a condition that develops during adolescence. Adult acne breakouts, which can occur in a person's 30s, 40s, and even well into middle age, are a lifelong annoyance for others. Acne breakouts are caused by a variety of factors. One of these is sebum, a natural oil produced by your sebaceous glands. When sebum accumulates on the surface layer of your skin, it can seep into your pores and clog them. Another factor in acne is the accumulation of dead skin cells over time. These cells, which are left over from the epidermal turnover process, can combine with sebum to clog pores and cause acne. Acne can become infected, inflamed, and painful when bacteria begin to multiply inside a clogged pore. Acne can range in severity from minor comedones to severe nodules and cysts that cause skin irritation. Forms of Acne Comedonal When your pores become clogged with sebum and/or dead skin cells, these small acne lesions form. Both whiteheads and blackheads are common forms of comedonal acne. Inflammatory Because of the presence of bacteria, these acne lesions are red, tender, and occasionally painful. Consider a typical red, inflamed pimple. Inflammatory acne commonly manifests as papules and pustules. Nodular and Cystic When bacteria multiply inside acne lesions deep within your skin, these severe forms of acne develop. Nodular and cystic acne are frequently difficult to treat and can leave acne scars. How Does Tretinoin Treat Acne? Tretinoin is one of the most powerful acne treatment on the market today. In fact, tretinoin and other topical acne treatments have been referred to as a "mainstay" of therapy for acne breakouts in studies. Retinoids, such as tretinoin, work by speeding up the process by which your skin produces new cells, a process known as epidermal turnover. To understand how this prevents acne, we must first cover the fundamentals of how your skin maintains and repairs itself, as well as the effects this process can have on the texture and appearance of your skin. Your skin serves several purposes. These include acting as a barrier against infectious pathogens like fungi and bacteria, regulating your temperature, keeping water inside your body, and protecting your organs from UV radiation and its effects. In other words, your skin does more than just make you look good. The outer layer of your skin, known as the epidermis, is responsible for the majority of this work. Your epidermis constantly produces new cells to replace older, worn ones in order to maintain itself. These cells are formed in the skin's basal layers. They gradually travel to the surface over time, allowing your older skin cells to detach and shed into the environment. This process is known as epidermal turnover. Consider it your skin's way of applying a fresh coat of paint as each old layer is worn away by the environment. The length of the epidermal turnover process varies according to age and a variety of other factors. The epidermis of most people changes every 40 to 56 days. So, what does this have to do with acne, and how does tretinoin play a role in it? One of the most important factors in the development of acne breakouts is the accumulation of old skin cells on the surface layer of your skin. Tretinoin aids in the exfoliation of dead skin cells by promoting skin cell turnover. This reduces your chances of developing clogged pores that develop into comedones or other types of acne. Tretinoin has other skin benefits in addition to its ability to treat acne. It directly stimulates collagen production, which can lighten and conceal lines, wrinkles, and other signs of facial ageing. It can also help with photodamaged skin, which is rough, dry, or unevenly pigmented as a result of sun exposure. These non-acne benefits are covered in greater detail in our guide to using tretinoin to treat wrinkles and skin ageing. How Fast Does Tretinoin Work? Tretinoin begins to work as soon as it is absorbed by your skin, but it usually takes a few months before you notice any significant improvements. In most studies, it takes three to six months for tretinoin to produce visible improvements in acne severity. During this time, you may notice that your skin improves gradually, or that you have fewer pimples or other types of acne. Some people who use tretinoin for acne experience a tretinoin "purge," which is an increase in acne, skin irritation, and other symptoms after starting tretinoin treatment. This is a temporary problem that usually resolves itself after a few months. After starting tretinoin, it's critical to persevere and be patient. It does work, but it may take a few months before you notice any significant changes in your skin. Which Tretinoin Cream Concentrations Are There? Tretinoin acne cream is available in several strengths in the United States, ranging from .025 percent, .05 percent, and .1 percent. Side Effects of Tretinoin Concentrations Tretinoin is a medication that is both safe and effective for the vast majority of people. However, it, like all medications, has the potential for side effects. The majority of these are minor and temporary, but there are a few you should be aware of before using any tretinoin-containing product. Tretinoin may cause the following side effects: A stinging or warming sensation Skin that is red, scaling, or dry An increase in acne lesions for a short period of time Lighter or darker skin discolouration Blisters, crusting, and swelling of the skin Pain, burning, redness, or flakiness are all symptoms of a bacterial infection. Tretinoin can also have serious side effects, especially if you have sensitive skin or skin that is easily irritated by topical treatments. If you experience severe irritation, hives, itching, or pain after applying topical tretinoin, contact your dermatologist right away. Another important tretinoin side effect to be aware of is that it can increase your skin's susceptibility to sunlight, making you more susceptible to sunburn. If you use tretinoin, you should exercise caution in bright sunlight. Wear protective clothing to shield your face from bright sunlight, apply sunscreen, and avoid prolonged sun exposure, even if it is artificial, as much as possible. The higher the concentration of tretinoin cream, as with most skin medications, the more significant the results. Creams with a higher tretinoin concentration are more effective at preventing acne and premature skin ageing, but they are also more likely to cause side effects. These side effects may be more common if you combine tretinoin with another acne treatment, such as benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. What Tretinoin Strength Should I Use for Acne? There is no "best" concentration of tretinoin cream for the treatment of acne because everyone's skin is different. Most people who use tretinoin, whether for acne prevention or as an anti-aging cream, experiment with different concentrations over time before settling on the type of cream that works best for their skin. Most dermatologists in the India begin by prescribing low strength medications to their patients. If this cream is ineffective in treating your acne, your doctor may advise you to try a stronger tretinoin cream. If you experience side effects like skin irritation, redness, or peeling, your doctor may recommend switching to a lower strength tretinoin cream, using the cream less frequently, or using an alcohol-free face moisturiser in conjunction with the tretinoin cream to prevent dryness. Finally, keep in mind that tretinoin frequently causes the most serious side effects during the first two to six weeks of use. This means that even if the concentration and dosage are perfect, there is still a chance that you will experience irritation and other "purge" effects when you begin treatment.
My Journey: Hair Skin And Nails Update
The moment you've all been waiting for. Well, if you recall about two months ago I started taking Nature's Bounty Hair, Skin and Nails gummies daily [see card here]. My main goal was rather obvious, to grow my hair, have clear skin and have strong nails. Now after two long months of taking two gummies per day, I have officially finished the container and the verdict is finally in. Like any product, what works for one person might not necessarily work for you in the same manner. Throughout my journey, I can't say I saw much of a difference -- but don't worry there are a handful of positives that I witnessed. To figure out whether these vitamins were a hit or miss in my opinion, keep scrolling. Pros Of The Gummies: - easy and tasty to chew - nails got extremely strong - nail growth was noticeable Cons Of The Gummies: - minor breakouts [nothing too serious - not sure if it was because of product] - stuck together when trying to retrieve While there aren't too many pros or cons to this product, I will say that I enjoyed taking them and I will repurchase. Rate: 8/10 I would recommend this product to women who are trying to see a change in their hair, skin and nails. Although you might not see a drastic change or see a change in every single area, it doesn't hurt to try. The bottle will last you about a good two months, which is pretty good if you ask me. Would you or have you given this product a try? @Kamiamon @TLeahEdwards @alywoah @nicolejb @jazziejazz @humairaa @stephosorio @EasternShell @cutiegirl1991 @LAVONYORK @IMNII @AshleyPatterson @Taieshaboo @LeshelleHoward