Permanent makeup seems like a great idea, but like any form of tattooing it carries risks. The major one is involved in the major benefit of regular makeup, and the one thing that it has is the ability to wipe it off at the end of the day. If a mistake is made or you may simply have decided that the eyebrows you wanted 10 years age are not the eyebrows you want now, you are not going to be able to make the change easily.
In fact, permanent makeup removal will bring the same challenges as any other tattoo removal. Tataway in Boston, New York or Allentown are specialists in laser removal, and they will be able to help you with permanent makeup removal as well.
They exclusively use the laser method of removal. While there are various ways to answer the question of how to remove a tattoo, the laser method is the most popular right now. This is because it results in a great deal less damage to the skin and, consequently, less scarring as well.
Nowadays, pretty much every girl has a designer pair of ballet flats, if not two or three, tucked away in her closet. Uh, Tory Burch, anyone?
While some girls slip them on for an afternoon of shopping or running errands around town, others simply have them stashed in their desks or cars to give their feet a break after a long day or night in heels. But are ballet flats really as safe for your soles as you assumed they were? Foot doctors say nuh-uh.
“Many women think flats are a safer and more comfortable option [than heels]; however, what they don’t know is that shoes that are totally flat and have super-thin soles offer little to no cushioning, shock absorption or arch support,” notes NYC-based podiatrist Dr. Daniel Drapacz. When ballet flats are worn fairly frequently over an extended period of time, not only will your feet begin to ache, so might other parts of your body, believe it or not.
“Thin soles that lack arch support can eventually cause your feet to roll inward, stretching ligaments and tendons, and creating pain all the way up to your knees and possibly your hip,” warns Drapacz. If your arch collapses,
We all have them hiding in the back of our closets — those old sweaters we never wear, but can’t bear to throw away. Well, here are three ideas to upcycle your old sweaters into fun fashion accessories. Best of all, they are all no-sew ideas, which means you can make them with just a pair of scissors.
DIY sweater leg warmers
Leg warmers are perfect to wear with leggings and for lounging around the house. And an old sweater is the perfect material for them. With just a few snips you can turn your old sweater into some cozy leg warmers for the winter season.
Step 1: Preparation
Lay your sweater on a flat surface and make sure all the seams are lined up.
Step 2: Make your cuts
Snip the arms off your sweater just after the seam.
Step 3: Finish the ends
Give the end where you cut a few stretches, this should cause the sweater to roll back on itself and create a rolled seam.
Step 4: Wear them
Rock your new sweater leg warmers.
DIY sweater circle scarf
Now that you’ve made those cute leg warmers, don’t just toss the rest of that sweater. With the remaining body of the sweater you can
Blue jeans are about as American as apple pie, and they’ve certainly earned their spot as a wardrobe staple. We wear jeans so much that sometimes we take the technology behind our fave pairs for granted, but not all denim is created equally. Over the past few years, the brilliant minds behind the denim you wear have come up with some uber-cool innovations, designs and technologies, and we’re more than willing to shimmy into this trend.
Stain repellent white jeans
Any gal who’s ever spilled red wine while wearing white jeans knows how difficult it can be to get stains out. Last spring, Joe’s Jeans set out to make white jeans a bit less of a laundry hassle when they released Spotless, a collection of white jeans they claimed would repel stains. According to DenimHunt, the collection resists water, coffee, soda and other liquids, thanks to “an innovative wash treatment that repels spills.” And it seemed to have had some success, as many media outlets showed. Now if only we could get a creepy guy-repelling pair of jeans…
Say Namaste to jeans you can do yoga in. James Jeans recently unveiled their newest denim innovation, the James Twiggy Dancer,
The world has always been divided into two types of women: those who adore tights and those who want them to be abolished. We’ve always belonged to the latter camp and are already planning on adding to our ever-growing collection with these multitalented pairs.
1) Hanes Blackout Boot Liner Tights (hanes.com, $15)
For the dress lover with a case of cold feet, these boot tights from Hanes are like a dream come true. They feature a comfort sock for added warmth and traction so you’ll stay warm and prevent boot slippage.
2) DKNY Sequin Embellished tights (nordstrom.com, $28)
The winter months can feel so dark and blah with all the black reigning our wardrobes, but a bit of sequin detail can instantly take your black opaque tights from drab to oh so fab.
3) I’ll Stand by Mew tights (modcloth.com, $18)
Get a little catty this winter with an adorable pair of cat patterned tights. They’re just enough to make a subtle statement without taking you too far out of your tights comfort zone.
4) Colorful Opaque Tights in Fandango Pink (Target, $8)
Sometimes we get a little sick of our dark winter wardrobe and just want a taste of summer’s brights. It’s those days we throw on a pair