Amazing hairstyles and hair hacks you should know
In this video, we wanted to share with you some cool hair hacks and haircare tips that will transform your look.
– We show you how to style your short hair and try different hairstyles that will suit your face.
– We also show you some amazing hairstyles that will make you look like a princess. These hairstyles are super easy to re-create and they are also very romantic in style. You can experiment with them if you are looking for inspiration for your bridal hair.
– In addition, we also show you some super fast and easy ways to curl your hair using different types of tools that will save the day. We show you how to achieve loose curls and even afro curls.
0:24 – Cool short hairstyles
3:35 – Amazing princess hairstyles
5:24 – Wedding hairstyle ideas
8:12 – Lazy ways to curl your hair
10:09 – Awesome hairbrush hacks
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Resulting from the merger of the respective activities of BPS – a subsidiary of the Superga Group specialising in manufacturing, packing and co-packing with six production sites in Northern France – and Manifesto Factory, which designs and manufactures promotional items dedicated to the luggage, jewellery, textile, perfume and prestige alcohol markets, Superga Beauty made their first appearance last January during the PCD trade show in Paris.
Based on a design by Thierry de Baschmakoff, Masha Zanier, a young Parisian of Russian and Georgian heritage hailing from the fashion world, entrusted Superga Beauty to give substance to her project of a new fragrance brand dedicated to highlight the talent of creators of perfumes.
A talented master perfumer, one of Firmenich’s main perfumers, and the creator of 200 perfumes, Vincent Schaller was chosen as the very first artist to create HOC first set of perfumes dubbed London City and featuring three fragrances 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM inspired from the very specific atmosphere of the British capital.
With a vibrantly-coloured adornment on its four outer sides, the bottle features an original engraving that tells the perfume’s story on the top of the magnetic cap. Each fragrance is presented in a magnetised wooden box with a matte varnish finish bearing the brand’s monogram.
“Our know-how, which serves the beauty industry, coupled with the Superga Invest Group’s reach in the luxury sector, have allowed us to currently offer niche brands tailormade solutions for their perfume creation, skincare and makeup initiatives,” explains Nathalie Dickeli-Duvoisin, Director of the Superga Beauty Full Service Division.
Indeed, Superga Beauty intends to build on the emergence and growing success of Indies Brands, which are looking for suppliers able to support them from the outset of their project, to develop a unique offer based both on Manifesto’s tailor-made design capabilities and BPS’s production and packaging capabilities.
In addition, Manifesto Factory has recently expanded its offer with the acquisition of Pictogramme, a French company specializing in the design, manufacture and marketing of high-end advertising objects and gifts. This strategic acquisition will enable the company to provide its customers with “made in France” (or in “made Europe”) premium solutions and to meet the increasing demand for small series.
This acquisition is a step further in the strengthening of Superga. Founded in 2001 by Alain Bréau, the group is focusing on services to companies operating in the leading sectors of the French economy: luxury, cosmetics, fashion, and retail. Today, the group has annual turnover of approximately 100 million euros and employs nearly 1,000 employees mainly in France.
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Stories From the Rainbow Bridge
Dear fans, friends and felines,
As I sit here upon my sun-dappled cloud, which is conveniently located just a stone’s throw away from the Rainbow Bridge, I would like to confirm something for my feline friends on earth: Yes, Heaven is all that and a bag of catnip.
Been here for a couple weeks now, and you know, it’s pretty cool. The other kitties have made me feel most welcome, and it’s so nice hanging out with Karl again.
(That’s Karl Lagerfeld, in case you missed the reference.)
He misses Choupette dearly, and I try to comfort him as much as I can.
Speaking of comfort, I’ve sent my assistant… It’s weird to say that in the present tense, since technically she’s no longer assisting me, but I still feel like she’s here with me.
I’ve sent my assistant some signs. Lord knows if she’s gotten them. I have peeked over the edge of my cloud, though, and I’ve seen her looking up at the sky, eyes glistening with a smile on her face.
It’s hard to tell if she misses me or if she just has allergies. I’d like to think it’s the former…
So, I realize I’ve only been here for a hot second, but there’s already gossip around the heavenly water cooler. The other kitties have been buzzing about some cat named Grumpy? I don’t know who she is, but apparently she’s famous. Maybe she was a reality TV star. I don’t know.
Before I go, I’m sure you’re wondering what the food situation is like, because that was my first thought when I rolled up. Well, in a word: purrfection. Like, there’s unlimited tuna juice!
No, seriously, there’s a fountain that just sprays tuna juice, and it’s barely two steps away from my cloud. Oh, and someone comes by three times a day to deliver the perfect ratio of wet food to gravy. Plus, if I get a hankering for turkey slices in the middle of the night, they magically show up!
(I must have done something right in my former life as a kitty model on earth.)
Basically, I’m having a good time up here, but I miss you all deeply, which is why I’m writing this letter. I’ll keep you abreast of the goings-on, and if you want me to say hello to your furry friends, leave me a note. I’ll be sure to pass the message along.
Love to you always,
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Multi-millionaire make-up artist Pat McGrath says she used to use cocoa powder on her face because of the lack of beauty products for black skin.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, the self-taught beauty expert said she learnt from her mother that if “you can’t buy it, make it”.
McGrath has worked with fashion designers including Alexander McQueen and Givenchy.
She added it was “fantastic” to see the fashion industry becoming more diverse.
McGrath, from Northampton, told presenter Lauren Laverne that growing up she used to borrow her mother’s skincare products and lipsticks – which she used to experiment with.
“She even used cocoa powder, she came in from the kitchen with cocoa powder all over her face, and she was like, ‘This is the right tone of powder.’
“And she had dusted it on her face and she looked amazing.
“So that’s what I ended up doing as well, was making products that I needed backstage.
“That stems from my mother, if you can’t find it, you can’t buy it, make it.”
She recalled making her own moisturiser for her dolls and herself, adding: “I mixed oil and water together, whipped it and put it in the fridge and it looked like a cream… I was shining like a Belisha beacon for months.”
McGrath – who worked as a runway make-up artist as well as for magazine shoots and covers – said she was “so happy” to see the changes in the fashion industry.
“We have models from all different social backgrounds, different weight, body types, different religious backgrounds, shows that are over 50% women of colour and it just wasn’t there for such a long time. And now, it’s just so fantastic to see. Beautiful.”
She was also asked about whether she experienced much racism growing up in the 1970s, but said she had a “solid base” around her, adding: “I was very lucky, having the mother I had, who was like, ‘Oh look at that person, they’re racist, poor things, let’s go shopping.’”
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FYI, IMO, applying mascara is a perishable skill.
It is NOT like riding a bike, where once your brain makes the connections and you “get it,” you never forget it. No, if you don’t use your mascara application skills, you lose ’em, man.
Yet another thing I’ve learned this month…
I was reminded of this valuable life lesson yesterday because I wore a considerable amount of makeup in public for the first time in weeks, which I did because I met a friend at Panera down the street for lunch, and then ran a few errands afterward.
I did foundation, concealer, brows, cream blush and cream eyeshadow, and then came the mascara.
Sigh… The mascara.
I don’t know where I took a wrong turn, but somewhere along the way it did. (It may have been at the fifth or sixth coat.)
There was also a completely useless lash comb up in the mix, which, instead of separating my lashes, gathered them together into large spikes, and then those spikes somehow combined into one massive mega spike.
I looked like an anime character gone so, so wrong…
Has this ever happened to you? I mean, I realize that I was the one holding the wand and the comb; therefore, I’m ultimately responsible for everything that happened with them, but I swear, it felt like I was possessed by a spiteful makeup demon 👹 who really, REALLY wanted a good laugh.
Also, on the positive side, even though my lashes were a hot mess, when I looked in the mirror, I didn’t look sad. 😊
On that note, this week’s beauty reading…
Two of my favorites on one track
Life is short, so don’t waste your free time!
I think Keanu may only be in this movie for about two seconds, but I’ll watch it anyway (it stars my twin, Ali Wong).
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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