Sunday, February 17, 2013

All About Pew Chairs

You see pew chairs are one of my favorite seat when we go to the church they really comfortable and sometimes i can’t stop myself admiring their designs they look great. And one time my wife was really shock when he saw a chair just like the one in the church and she didn’t bother asking. Now i can really enjoy to seat on my new chair.

Music is in the Air

Last Saturday night I really had great time and the food was good but what i really like the most is the music it was awesome and i cant say no less. But in the middle of the music on the the guitarist had a problem the music wire of his guitar brake but nobody really notice that because he really adjusted well.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Getting Back to Basic

I am currently reading an article about midland annuity. Well, I need it to assist my client with his financial decisions that is why it is a must that I should know more about it and at least understand its very essence. Urgh! It’s like I am starting my college degree again because after 11 years I am reading business articles and books again. Urgh! Well, its really nice to be re-educated once in a while especially when you can use it to earn.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Tips to Make Manicure Last

I always have some problems with my nails when they have some polish. Other than dry nails one of the most hated problems I have with them is the polish chip off easily.

That is why I thought of browsing the internet for tips and here's what I got. 

Step 1: Prep the Surface 
Swipe clean nails with a cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover. "Greasiness from lotion prevents polish from adhering," says Jin Soon Choi, owner of Jin Soon Natural spas in New York City. Pure acetone removes the most residue, but if it's too drying, try a nonacetone remover without hydrators like lanolin. 

Step 2: Choose the Right Base 
Not all clear polishes are alike: A base coat is soft and sticky, so it can expand and contract with your nails and grab color, says Jan Arnold, cofounder of CND. Try Orly Bonder Rubberized Basecoat ($10, Ulta). A top coat is formulated to be hard and shiny; if you put one under your color, you'll shortchange your manicure. 

Step 3: Pick a Pearly Polish 
Shimmery polishes like Essie Pink Diamond ($8, Walmart), shown, have the longest staying power. Pearlescent formulas, with their fine mica particles, are likelier to withstand wear than matte ones. For beautiful, even color, apply two thin layers: One heavy coat keeps a polish's solvents from evaporating, which leads to chips and dings. 

Step 4: Top it Off 
Steer clear of quick-dry top coats: What you gain in speed, you lose in protection, says Arnold. A regular top coat is thick and slow to dry, but lasts longer and is more lustrous than thinner fast actors. Save the quick-dry product for a touch-up three days after you've painted your nails. 

Step 5: Oil Daily 
A dry nail and hardened polish are both like glass rods, says Arnold; they fracture and break easily. Oil helps keep polish from chipping and nails from peeling. Rub a few drops of CND SolarOil ($11.50, Ulta) onto your nails before bed. Your polish may look solid, but as it dries, its evaporating solvents leave micro-channels that let nails absorb the oil.