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How to Pick the Perfect Sunglasses for Your Face Type?

How to Pick the Perfect Sunglasses for Your Face Type?Sunglasses are more than a major summer accessory: they protect our eyes from harmful radiation, reduce fatigue, and add harmony to our overall image. Provided, of course, we choose the type that suits us.Today Bright Side offers a selection of tips on how to select sunglasses to match your face shape as well as how to tell a high-quality lens from a poor-quality one. Plus, there's a helpful bonus waiting for you at the end of the article!How to determine your face type? Take one of the following: a washable marker, a lipstick, a piece of soap, or a pencil. Stand at arm's length in front of a mirror. Trying not to let your hand stray, trace the outline of your face on the mirror's surface, starting from your chin and ending with your hairline. Take a step back, and look at the resulting shape.3 Tips For Matching Your Glasses With Your Outfits.Your task is to visuall...

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10 Makeup Tricks That Always Work

TRAE PATTON/NBC/ NBCU PHOTO BANK VIA GETTY IMAGESActress Viola Davis knows what we're talking about in tip No. 1: Her makeup always looks fresh and flawless, as in this picture with her husband, Julius Tennon, at the Golden Globe Awards in January.En español | When it comes to the insta-trend world of makeup, there’s security and comfort in knowing what really works — and what’s just hype, media and marketing. As a beauty editor who has spent decades on photo shoots with top makeup artists and A-list celebs, I’ve learned the 10 best tried-and-true tips for women age 50-plus. Despite new brands, formulas, and technology, count on these insider secrets for your DIY routine. 1. Start freshSuccessful makeup needs to be applied immediately after washing, exfoliating and moisturizing your face. The combo of warm water, facial massage and your choice of cream, oil or serum gets things going by plumping up lines, buffing awa...

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Minor Things to notice in First Meeting

01/8​ Things to notice on a first dateThe first date is generally full of anticipation. We all tend to worry about what is going on in the mind of the other person. Also, most would wonder if their first date would be the last one or will there be more meetings. But if you are a little observant, you can get to know the person you are dating much better and understand his or her personality on the very first meeting. Here are seven little signs that would help you to reduce this anticipation to a great extent.02/8​ The way he treats othersObserve how your date calls the waiter and talks to him. A grounded and humble person treats people with respect and does not try to belittle anyone. You definitely do not want to be with someone who considers himself entitled and superior to others, right?Pedicure at home in 5 easy steps.03/8​ The attention war!It is basic etiquette to keep your phone aside while talking to someone and not check it until and ...

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Pedicure at home in 5 easy steps

You will need: Nail clippers, cotton pads, nail polish remover, cuticle cream, a nail file, a loofah, a good foot scrub and moisturiserStep 1:First, you need to trim and shape your nails. Remove your old nail polish with the nail polish remover and trim your nails neatly. Make sure you cut straight across and don’t cut the corners too much, as this can lead to painful ingrown nails. Use a nail file to give them the desired shape.Step 2:Give your feet a nice foot bath. In a basin or tub, fill warm water enough to cover up to your ankles and add some bath salts. You can also add a few drops of any essential oil of your choice. Also add a few smooth pebbles to the water. These will provide a gentle massage as you place your feet on them. Soak your feet and relax for 15-20 minutes. Dry them with a towel.12 Tips To Drastically Improve Your Photography Portfolio. Step 3:The next step is exfoliating. Once you are done with the foot bath...

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12 Tips To Drastically Improve Your Photography Portfolio

I got busy this one year, like really busy. I was trying my best to stay on top of everything, and the focus in my mind was to ‘get the shot’ and then onto editing.I’d shot a lot of great work in this year, personal and for clients, like the kind of work that makes you stop and say – wow I am finally where I want to be.YET, none of the work was in my current portfolio.My portfolio was still a little mish-mash of old and new styles and broken up into three separate pages/galleries. I knew that I had to get to it but I just never put it high enough on the priority list.Websites and online spaces seem to have a design lifespan of about three years before new styles come in.There was something in the water and many creative friends were revamping their websites with new themes, new images and better branding. I wasn’t about to jump in that deep as that takes months (if not years) of work. All I need was to spruce up my portfolio.I was s...

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