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스타일링의 정석. 제법 선선해진 초가을의 문턱, 한발 앞서 가을을 준비한 푸마(PUMA)가 지난달 공개된 ‘쉐르파(SHERPA)’ 라인의 새로운 에디토리얼을 발표했다. 온화한 분위기가 푸마와 닮은 듯, 따스한 무드가 물씬 풍기는 이번 화보의 행선지는 해외의 어느 스트릿. 한낮의 거리를 배경으로 포착된 화보는 젊고 활기찬 모델들의 자유로운 감성과 내추럴한 포즈가 어우러져 자연스러운 모습을 더욱 배가시켰다. 롱 재킷과 맨투맨, 후디 등 다양한 ‘쉐르파’ 제품을 가볍게 걸쳐 트렌디한 스타일을 완성한 이들. 베이직한 컬러에 네온과 타이포그래피로 포인트를 더한 ‘쉐르파’는 비니와 버킷햇, 선글라스, 크로스백 등 다채로운 액세서리로 개성 있는 룩을 연출하기 제격이다. 또한 하이힐과 트랙 팬츠를 매치하고, 파자마 팬츠 및 체인 액세서리에 스니커로 마무리하는 것도 색다른 코디 방법. 여름의 끝자락에 새 계절을 맞이할 채비를 다 하지 못했다면, 푸마의 ‘쉐르파’ 에디토리얼을 참고해보는 것은 어떨까. 일교차가 큰 간절기부터 매서운 한겨울까지 완벽한 ‘효자템’ 노릇을 톡톡히 할 테니. 위 제품은 현재 푸마 공식 온라인 스토어(kr.puma.com)를 비롯해 전국 매장 및 ABC마트 강남, 명동점에서 만나볼 수 있다. 앞서, 위 슬라이드를 통해 다양한 ‘쉐르파’ 스타일링을 확인해본 뒤 이번 시즌 데일리룩에 참고해보자.  더 자세한 내용은 <아이즈매거진> 링크에서
100 Years of Beauty (Full YouTube Playlist)
The viral videos '100 Years of Beauty' shows just how drastic style changes from decade to decade can shape society's look. They have now covered multiple countries and continue to produce new videos frequently. If there's anything that viewers have gathered from watching these videos is that makeup and beauty standards for women have been predominantly influenced by cultural events during the time period. Many things such as war, rebellion, and influences from other cultures has spread to other nations. It's amazing how every country has had similar looks throughout each decade with just slight differences particular to their own country. You have to watch these quick and interesting videos! USA : Nina Favorite Decade: 1950s Worst Decade: 1980s Most Iconic Decade: 2000s Grunge Look inspired by Avril Lavigne Unique Decade Characteristic: 1920s Heart Lip Similar Trends: 1970s and 2010s have similar glam look, longer flowing hair, simple makeup USA : Marshay Favorite Decade: 1960s Worst Decade: 1910s or 2000s Most Iconic Decade: 1990s Dreads Unique Decade Characteristic: Hair pieces from 1920s through 1950s common Similar Trends: 1970s and 2010s have the same afro style Iran : Sabrina Favorite Decade: 1960s Worst Decade: 1910s Most Iconic Decade: 1980s introduced full burka, no individuality Unique Decade Characteristic: 2000s green paint to show uprising and need for peace Similar Trends: 1970s only continuation of 1960s bold makeup Korea : Tiffany Favorite Decade: 1960s or 2000s (South) Worst Decade: 1990s (South), Every Year (North) Most Iconic Decade: 1950s when style changed drastically between North and South Unique Decade Characteristic: North Korea remains boring and neutral Similar Trends: 2010's exaggerated glam of 2000s (South) Mexico : Reyna Favorite Decade: 2010s Worst Decade: 1920s Most Iconic Decade: 1950s the most classic and toned down decade Unique Decade Characteristic: 1910's militaristic and masculine styling Similar Trends: Strong American influence in each decade's style Philippines : April Favorite Decade: 1960s Worst Decade: 1950s Most Iconic Decade: 2010s most glam and vibrant strong features Unique Decade Characteristic: Skin color changing throughout decades Similar Trends: Following the worldwide flat hair trend in the 1990s India : Trisha Favorite Decade: 2010s Worst Decade: 1970s or 1980s Most Iconic Decade: 1990s coloring on widows peak parting of hair Unique Decade Characteristic: The Bindi changes colors and designs over the decades Similar Trends: Hand designs of the 1960s turned into Henna in 2010s Russia : Anya Favorite Decade: 1940s, 1950s, or 1960s Worst Decade: 1980s Most Iconic Decade: 1940s World War II styling Unique Decade Characteristic: 1970s fur hat Similar Trends: Many wars and rebellions causing trends of masks with 'Pussy Riot'
How To Treat Acne Scars
If you look in the mirror and see acne scars, then you probably walk away frustrated because there's virtually no solution outside of expensive (and painful) laser and filler treatments. But did you know about aloe vera gel? You know, the all natural stuff that you can get at any health food store (and most drug stores) for less than $20! According to Readers Digest, "a 2014 study of 60 participants suffering from mild to severe acne looked at whether adding aloe vera gel to a standard topical retinoid treatment would increase healing." Remarkably, those that combined the cream and the aloe vera gel saw reduced inflammation and significantly reduced scarring. The combination of retinoids, aloe vera and hyaluronic acid contribute to the dramatic efficacy. TIP: Apply both aloe vera gel and your preferred retinol treatment twice a day to see results in about 4 weeks. @jordanhamilton @kaminisingh @alywoah @TessStevens @mikayla @ChelseaHeyes @QueenYuki @KyotieWolf @kristenadams @Donnas @stargaze @flymetothemoon @ImUrBestFriend @galinda @Bekka @RaquelArredondo @jazziejazz @rmayra1 @prgurl4u2envy @DemiP @alannasofia @petname83 @TinaDang @dimplequeen @tiffany1922 @atmi @ZoilaObregon @brinJSN @CelinaGonzalez @JessicaChaney @Animaniafreak @CrystalBlunt @AliciaJaneth @NaraA @TurtleyTurtles @sherrysahar @raenel @CandaceJordan @LemonLassie @AprilNapier @peahyr @MyAffairWith @SarahRegulski @HappyLulie @GingerMJones @humairaa @yellowbug18 @reaper412 @hikaymm
Tattoos: Understand risks and precautions
Tattoos might make you feel cool and are more common than ever, but don't take tattooing lightly. Know the risks and understand basic safety precautions and aftercare steps before jumping into tattooing! You could be the proud owner of a new tattoo in a matter of hours — but don't let the ease of getting tattoos stop you from making a thoughtful decision about permanent body art. Before you get a tattoo, make sure you know what's involved. Also, be certain that tattooing is the right decision for you. How tattoos are done: A tattoo is a permanent mark or design made on your skin with pigments inserted through pricks into the skin's top layer. Typically, the tattoo artist uses a hand-held machine that acts much like a sewing machine, with one or more needles piercing the skin repeatedly. With every puncture, the needles insert tiny ink droplets. The process — which is done without anesthetics — causes a small amount of bleeding and slight to potentially significant pain. Tattoos breach the skin, which means that skin infections and other complications are possible. Specific risks include: 1) Allergic reactions. Tattoo dyes — especially red, green, yellow and blue dyes — can cause allergic skin reactions, such as an itchy rash at the tattoo site. This can occur even years after you get the tattoo. 2) Skin infections. A skin infection — which might cause redness, swelling, pain and a pus-like drainage — is possible after tattooing. Other skin problems. Sometimes bumps called granulomas form around tattoo ink. Tattooing can also lead to keloids — raised areas caused by an overgrowth of scar tissue. 3) Bloodborne diseases. If the equipment used to create your tattoo is contaminated with infected blood, you can contract various bloodborne diseases — including tetanus, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. 4) MRI complications. Rarely, tattoos or permanent makeup might cause swelling or burning in the affected areas during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exams. In some cases, tattoo pigments can interfere with the quality of the image — such as when a person who has permanent eyeliner has an MRI of the eye. Medication or other treatment — including possible removal of the tattoo — might be needed if you experience an allergic reaction to the tattoo ink or you develop an infection or other skin problem near a tattoo. By Mayo Clinic
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