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Engagement Rings

Posted by Mazam on Thursday, February 11, 2010 , under | comments (0)



Is it absolutely clear now?! Can you see it?! How could you possibly determine whether the diamond you are buying is worth for the cost and truly genuine?!
Below are some  qualities of diamond which may be helpful for you.

In buying something there are things which you should consider. Whatever those things are of course the first thing you will check is the quality of a product.

How clean a diamond is reflects with its clarity. Whether if it has no blemishes or any insertions whenever it will be observe by the eye or by a magnifier.

To select a good quality when buying a diamond you should be familiar of some terms.

The blemishes which I have mentioned earlier are flaws on the surface of a diamond. If there's any missing piece that is what we call 'CHIP' and any scrape is what we can consider a 'SCRATCH.'

Any crack found is considered as a 'FRACTURE'. Sometimes during polishing stage there are fine lines being left which is called 'POLISHING LINES.' While the 'NATURAL' is the unpolished part.

In polishing a diamond you may encounter an 'EXTRA FACETS' which shouldn't be present. These are excess polished surfaces which messes up the symmetry of a diamond.

'BEARDING' on the other hand are tiny fractures that can be found on the edge of a diamond.

'INCLUSIONS/INSERTIONS' are some imperfection which may be found inside it.

If you happen to find black spots inside the gem it is 'CARBON', while a white spot i s called 'CRYSTAL'. An internal cracking is called 'FEATHER.' Tiny spots called 'PINPOINT' happened to be smaller than a crystal and a group of it is identified to as 'CLOUD' that gives large inclusion.

The instrument used to estimate a diamond is 'LOUPE.' Such instrument must be 10X magnification. The housing surrounding the lens must be black to avoid distorting the color.

Bobs & Short Hair Cuts

Posted by Mazam on Thursday, December 31, 2009 , under | comments (0)



Bobs and short haircuts for women made their debut in the 1920s and were greeted with raised eyebrows and allegations of scandal. Since then, bobs and short haircuts for women have become permanent fashion fixtures and are here to stay. Bobs and short haircuts can be quite easy to manage and can look appropriate for any occasion, depending on how they are shaped and styled.

The classic bob was a blunt cut that made the hair the same length as the ears all around (except the front, of course) with a hint of curl formed by old-fashioned curlers. Today, there are as many bobs and short haircuts as there are types of women who wear them, and the famous bob has evolved to fit almost every fashion requirement.

Styling bobs and short haircuts can be quite simple, since there is less hair to work with. However, trying an unfamiliar style also has its challenges, and sometimes patience and trial and error are required before creating the perfect look.
 
For a classic, blunt bob, make the hair straight all around, and ask the stylist for bangs. Using gel, comb your wet hair straight as you blow dry. Spray it well.
 
For a Pageboy bob: Use a wide-barrelled curler and curl the back of your hair and bangs under. Wait for the curls to cool, and brush gently, encouraging the large curls, with a large, round brush. Spray well.

For a flip bob: If you like the mostly straight bob with a little flip in or out at end, use a flat iron to make most of your hair straight, and make your hair flip in or flip out at the ends by twisting inch wide sections around the flat iron.
 
Kinky bob: If you do not have naturally curly hair, create curls using wacky curlers or by using a narrow-barrelled curling iron. Leave the curlers in your hair for at least a half and hour and blow your hair dry, or, using a curler, wind your hair around the iron in one-inch wide sections. Use a pick to arrange your curls and spray well.
 
Layered Bob: If your hair is layered, and you would like a soft, natural looking bob, rinse out your conditioner well and work mousse through your wet hair. Dry well, using your fingers to style your hair and twist some strands of hair for extra wave.
 
Super glossy bob: This look is great for formal events. Use shampoo and conditioner specially designed to bring out the sheen in your hair. Sculpt wet hair with gel and brush straight. Blow dry on a low setting, and finish with a hair spray that will make your hair very shiny.
 
Super short bob: Paris Hilton sported this bob shortly before getting her hair sheared. This bob requires very little maintenance. The hair should be cropped close to the face. Use a little mousse to give the hair a bit of volume. You needn't worry about making the bob very curly or very straight, since this is a natural looking hairdo. Simply use mousse, coax your hair into the desired style with a brush as you blow it dry.
 
Emo bob: Although emo's claim to ignore fashion, the bob has hit even the emo crowd. Cut your hair into a blunt cut with scissors. Don't worry if the ends are not exactly even. Dye your hair black and add red or frosted highlights if you wish.

Bobs and short haircuts can create a very "sweet" look. A short haircut that has as much sass and elegance as a bob is the "pixie" look. This hairstyle is great if you have an oval face and want soft bangs that emphasize your eyes. The back is cut in the shape of a wedge, and more hair is left at the top. The bangs can be curled under or combed straight. A little curl is quite feminine and brings out the eyes.

Natural Breast Enhancer

Posted by Mazam on Friday, December 11, 2009 , under | comments (2)




Throughout history, women have gone to great lengths to change the shapes of their bodies. More specifically, they have focused on changing the shape and size of their breasts. So many different products have been advertised to make the breast bigger and fuller, that an entire industry was created fore the sole purpose of breast enhancement.

After researching all the crazy attempts to market products that boast of being able to actually make breasts larger, it is easy to come to the conclusion that there is really only a couple of ways to actually increase bust size.

The most efficient breast enhancer available to women today is a good push-up bra. Even though there are an abundance of products on the market claiming that they have the latest pill, cream, gel or gadget that will enhance the size of a breast, the reality is, with the exception of surgery, the only thing that truly does enhance a womens breast is a breast enhancing bra.

The purchasing power of women in search of larger breast is so undeniably enormous that it has led to the continuing quest to find the perfect breast enhancing bra.

The breast enhancing bras goal is to push up the breast to make the cleavage more pronounced and the breast seem larger. A good breast enhancing bra will give a woman enough added inches to her breast to make her feel sexier and more attractive. This being the manufacturers intention, there is a wide variety of bras out there designed specifically for this purpose.

Bras have come a long way since the corsets of Victorian times. The first bras to have actual cup sizing, a, b, c or d, were not patented until 1935. Since then there have been quite a few attempts to sell women that perfect bra that is sure to enhance the size of her breasts.

From foam padding, to water or gel filled breast cups, many bra makers have tried to come up with the ultimate breast enhancing solution. Of course, most of the major designers lay claim to that their bra is the best available on the market today.

A push-up bra basically takes what a woman already has to offer and lifts and molds these assets to their most flattering potential. The task of any breast enhancer is to optimize the breast and make it look as full as possible.

Simple Changes for a Fashionable Impact!

Posted by Mazam on Tuesday, December 1, 2009 , under | comments (0)




Everyone wants to look fashionable and wear stylish clothes, but that can be a challenging task, pecially when you’re on a budget. For the cost-conscious, major style revolutions have to take place over time but there are simple changes to make that can subtly change the effect of an outfit and give it a totally different flair.

Add a few unique accessories that emphasize color and shape, and you may be surprised at the change that slowly becomes apparent. Great accessories don’t have to be expensive and sometimes can be found in the most surprising locations. The best place to start is within your own closet and drawers – there may be the perfect accessory waiting to be discovered!

A fast way to change the feel of an outfit is to turn your collar up. This accentuates your face and creates a nice line down the throat and the center of the body. To give it a slightly retro flair, turn the collar up and force the tips down a bit.


A tremendously useful accessory that doesn’t cost much is the humble scarf. Buy several in different colors and patterns as well as si zes, and you can use them as belts, headbands, accessories for bags, or just to wind around your neck. Scarves with mixes of unusual colors look especially stylish against black outfits. Use a long one to wrap around your neck and leave the ends free with one in the front and the other in the back.  Shorter scarves can be used to tie around ponytails for a stylish yet cute touch or tied around the handle of your bag for a flash of color.

 Earrings are another fabulous way to change up your look without spending a lot of money and are one of the single best ways to create a mood for yourself. Choose a sparkly, dangly pair for a night of fun and you begin to feel festive from the moment you slide them on. Identify the accessories that make you feel good and incorporate each into your daily wardrobe – you’ll be surprised at the flair in your outfit and your attitude!

Tips to Smart Shopping

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In the 21st  century, more and more people find themselves living on a tight budget. While men and women alike enjoy shopping and appreciate having a nice wardrobe, they also want to be able to maintain some semblance of a budget in the process.

If you’re like one of them, there are some tips that you should keep in mind when you head off shopping to expand and broaden your wardrobe.  Before purchasing a piece of clothing, try to think of at least two pieces that you already own that you can wear with it. When many people head off shopping, they are haphazard with their purchases. They see something on a shelf or rack and find it appealing. Without giving thought as to how something in a store will fit into their wardrobes, they will make a purchase on impulse. While a particular item may be attractive, some purchases really do not enhance your wardrobe. When it comes to developing a wardrobe, it is important that the pieces that you select to include in your wardrobe compliment one another.

As you go about shopping and as you eye a piece of clothing on a store rack or shelf, don’t run off and purchase a new piece unless you already own at least two pieces of clothing that the item on the rack or shelf will go with. By shopping in this manner, you will be able to develop and create a truly fantastic and versatile wardrobe.                                                                          

In addition to allowing you the ability to expand your wardrobe with companion pieces, this manner of shopping also assists you saving money along the way. You end up avoiding spending money on items that you will not be able to wear with any frequency because you do not have other items that match or compliment.

Selecting Garments that Provide a Slimming Effect and Appearance

Posted by Mazam on Thursday, November 19, 2009 , under | comments (0)





Many people in the 21s t century find themselves struggling with their weight. Over the long run, a healthy diet and regular exercise is vital to obtaining of maintaining an ideal weight. However, as a person works to reach a proportionate weight, he or she may be looking for ways to look thinner or slimmer. You may be someone looking for ways in which clothing choices and fashion decisions can assist you in appearing slimmer.

When it comes to selecting clothing items that will assist in giving you a slimmer appearance, closely consider adding monochromatic outfits to your wardrobe. A monochromatic outfit (that is, an outfit in which the pieces are the same color or hue) provides a slimming effect.

When taking a look at different monochromatic outfits that will assist you in appearing slimmer, make certain that you include black in the mix. Without exception, when it comes to monochromatic outfits, black has proven time and again to be ideal in assisting a person to look slimmer and trimmer in his or her garments.

In addition to black, as you go about selecting monochromatic outfits for their slimming effects, other dark colors work nearly as well. Darker colors assist you in presenting your body --even it if is a bit out of shape.

You do not need to rule out all lighter shades and hues when it comes to using fashion and monochromatic outfits.  However, when it comes to using lighter colors -- particularly pastels-- you need to pay close attention to how a particular color actually makes you appear.

In the end, by coordinating your wardrobe and by using monochromatic colors in your outfits, you will be able to maintain a slender, slimmer appearance. You will feel better about your look and you’re self.

Fashionable Dress

Posted by Mazam on Friday, November 13, 2009 , under | comments (0)




The '80s have been back for a while now, so seeing blue eye shadow on the red carpet is no surprise. In fact, the color is one of the hottest makeup trends for winter.
But blue eye shadow and a cobalt dress? That can be a little much.
At an awards gala last night, Eva Longoria Parker took inspiration from her Ina Soltani dress and went overboard with a lighter shade of blue on her lids. At least Kate Walsh broke up the Smurf palette with a bold lip during her Letterman appearance a couple days before.