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Up until 10th grade in high school, I had perfect vision. In fact, I was really proud of it because the thought of being the only one in the family with 20/20 eye sight felt good. My glorious days didn't last very long when I have to visit an optometry to get my first pair of silver frame eyewear (what was trending in 2006). Even though I was prescribe to wear those lens I hesitate to walk out of my house with them. The only time I really use them was in class. My whole perspective of eyewear being unattractive changed when I saw Zooey Deschanel's vintage specs and her signature hairstyle (bangs with wavy textured hair). Ladies, it's the hair. If you don't want to look stiff and dull with glasses play with your hair texture and style. Reason: A lot of time spectacles can put a lot of weight on your features. This makes our appearance appear more fierce and bold. In order to balance it out you should play with a soft hairstyle. When in doubt, go with bangs. It draws attention to the eyes but it also softens your frame. How do you style your hair when you wear glasses?
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number 5... reality. haha...loving it
Glasses and bangs are always so cute!
Glasses become so useful on no makeup days! lol
I love wearing glasses with my hair in a loose bun, especially for work and when I'm running late.
I've been wearing contacts since high school, but after seeing this I want to wear glasses again.
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What Causes Strawberry Legs And How To Get Rid Of It?
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Hey ladies! I know how each one of us is so excited to get passion braids done but here I am today going to tell you that there is a hidden gem which is even more pretty and classy than passion twists. Yes you got it right its the crochet passion twists. You might be thinking that they are just same but no! Crochet passion twists have a smoother textures rather than a thicker one in the other. So come on read and check out the ways you can achive these beauty! 1) Passion Twist Crochet Hair! This one will help you achive the perfect given look as passion twist crochet hair is just perfect to get the best braids. All you need for this one is bundle of hair also ladies buy already twisted braid hair and not the loose ones. Apart from that all you need is a rat tail comb and crochet needle. Braid it down and don't bulk them up 15 braids would be just the perfect one! Then all you gotta do is install them! 2) Use Curly Hair! I know that curly hair are not much polular when it comes to twists but if you just wanna do a look test and have curly hair available then voila ladies its still a win win! Just choose the ones which have alot deep curls as they help to support the braids tight and nice! The process and the eqipments remain the same but ya the maintainance changes as the texture is a different one! As curly hair tend to get a lil frizzy and dull dont forget to use some mousse over them to make them look fresh and healthy! 3) Braid Hair Extensions! The best type of hair for braids is the braid hair extensions as they hold the hair tight and make the best of the braids that last long and are very comfortable. Braiding hair have less maintainance and are so easy to install. I would suggest you to go a hair salon and get your braids done from a professional as come on ladies they are so worth it ! You can wear them anywhere you want and they will definately give you the needed chic and exotic vibes so don't forget to buy the nice ones and wear them with all the confidence you have because you got the best! Pro tip ! So if you want to get a flawless braids then it is very important to get it from the best of the brands! The quality of the hair matters the most so I have personally been a huge fan of Indique Hair's hair extensions and braiding hair they have virgin Indian Hair and they are just so smooth and shiny! The best part is that they have offers and sales going on almost throughout the year and they are even having one from the 13th of this month so do check them out and flood them with orders!
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Master The Skills Of Jewelry Photography Editing Tips And Be Successful
https://www.clippingpathclient.com/jewelry-photography-editing-tips/ Jewelry Photography Editing Tips- The jewelry photography editing we saw on the website had a beautiful and luxurious look. But the picture does not look clear. From our seven years of experience in jewelry editing in the color clipping path, We can guarantee that only jewelry can create the best jewelry photos. Jewelry retouching is the best solution for jewelry owners to stand out in the market. The industry relies heavily on visual cues. So, if you want your jewelry to stand out, make sure it is displayed in the best possible way. How Jewelry Photography Tips Is Going To Change Your Business Strategies The first thing you need to do is prepare the photo set for jewelry photography. Creating a perfect studio doesn’t cost a lot of money because your dedication and creativity are enough. So mix your creativity and passion and create a set that we hope will be great. If you take pictures of the best fair, the images will become apparent and beautiful. Cut out Image & Remove Background 2. Use A Tripod For Jewelry Photography You can use a tripod for still photos, such as jewelry. There are two other benefits to mounting a camera on a tripod: • Adjusts the focus point and depth of field (aperture); • You can lower the shutter speed and ISO to meager rates to block or reduce noise. For a lifestyle catalog like editorial photography, you can leave a tripod at home. Keep in mind that you still want to follow commercial photography guidelines and hone your work. 3. Working Model Jewelry Photography Working with jewelry image models is the best way to express a product. When viewers see jewelry with any design, they can better understand how it fits. It might be a bit expensive for any photographer, but it will decorate jewelry excitingly and realistically. Working with templates gives you more exposure and designs. In addition, your jewelry photo shooting skills will also improve. 4. Carefully Manage Jewelry Reflections Gems and metals are very reflective, so you can see yourself (and your camera) reflecting your jewelry, something you don’t want. In the case of jewelry, removing shine is a trial and error process. As mentioned above, placing paper around the camera lens will help prevent glare and reflect more light into the subject. No expensive adjustments are required. Use a diffused light from the top on each side to provide enough light without creating overly reflective stains, and lift the camera slightly (using a tripod) so that it can be carried somewhat toward your product. 5. Jewelry Photography Cardboard Jewelry Photography Editing Tips Don’t you have a dummy? Make a variety of jewelry cutting boards for decorations. Take a piece of cardboard, cover it with white paper and glue it so that the ends of your tile stick to your back. You can adjust the length of the tile to your liking, so you don’t have to worry too much about the size if you cut it. Using cardboard takes a little longer, but like using a dummy, it shows the shape of a natural chain and looks beautiful when you take a front photo.
Woman Wore Different Colored Contacts For One Week
When I was in middle school, I wore contacts. Colored contacts to be exact. I already have light brown eyes, so once I got to high school, I wanted to make things up a notch. i decided to get hazel contacts and for years people thought they were my natural eyes. My ex-boyfriend never knew until I personally told him that my eyes were indeed light brown and not hazel. He was extremely surprised. As the years progressed, I realized the color contact trend just wasn't for me and I would much rather embrace my natural eye color. Although it seems as if the contact craze has calmed down a bit, there are still a handful of people rockin' eyes that aren't theres. While some look rather realistic, others look extremely fake. A woman wanted to do a social experience to see if different eye colors could improve your life. For one week, she wore different colored contacts and the results are actually rather interesting. Contact Color: Blue 'I first tried on these deep blue lenses on a Friday, with an audience of fellow Byrdie editors. I was immediately struck by the way that the contacts allow a ring of my natural color to shine through around the pupil, and I loved the contrast between the dark aqua and my given brownish-green—it was striking but somehow still very believable.' Contact Color: Grey 'I've grown to love my natural eye color, but my inner 12-year-old—the one who wanted light eyes SO badly—was so excited to try out this gray-blue pair. Sure enough, I felt like a completely different person after slipping these on, like I could command and intimidate a room with just a steely stare.' Contact Color: Green 'I had barely sat down in a meeting when the colleague seated next to me peered intently into my eyes. "Uh, what's up?" I said with a frozen smile. "Just trying to see what color you're wearing today," she said. Ah. I had actually forgotten I had the contacts in to begin with—a common theme during my days with the green pair, but not an unfortunate one at all. Since they're so similar to my natural color, the effect was subtle but flattering, not unlike the Acuvue Define lenses I've tried in the past.' Have you ever worn colored contacts or contacts at all? What color did you prefer out of the three above? @alywoah @marshalledgar @humairaa @sophiamor @jazziejazz @ButterflyBlu @VeronicaArtino @TessStevens @buddyesd @EasternShell @primodiva93 @LAVONYORK @amobigbang @shannonl5 @LizArnone @MyAffairWith @hikaymm