Wednesday, November 9, 2011

A regular trim to keep it healthy.

Hair length is perceived as the best way women can look pretty most especially by men. And this has been among the excuses why women keep long hair with the same belief.
Yet, we all know that the longer the hair is, the longer it’s been exposed to the tortures we put our hair through every day. Sun, wind, blow-drying, pony-tail holders, harsh shampoos, smog, pillows, and even poor diet can all take their toll on hair. In order to keep your hair looking healthy, even if it’s long, you must keep it trimmed.
On average, hair grows at a rate of about one-half inch (1.25cm) per month, and typically the hair should be trimmed every 8 weeks. This means, between cuts, the hair should have grown about an inch (2.5cm).
If you are trying to grow your hair longer, this means you can lose the least healthy half-inch of hair with each trim and still gain 3 inches each year. It may seem like slow progress, but you’ll be happier with the results in the end.
The end result will be a smoother, healthier-looking hair, with no loss of length or potential change in the style.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Good morning ladies...Get your self this beautiful bracelet and match it with a perfect outfit.For 45,000/-Tshs available at our shops.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Good morning ladies here is a fact of the day!
Experts have long known that drinking grapefruit juice while on some medication can cause your body to absorb too much of the drugs. But a new study suggests you shouldn’t wash down pills with orange, apple, or other juices either; they prevent your body from absorbing enough medication, says lead researcher David G. Bailey, PhD, of the University of Western Ontario. Water is safest.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Good morning ladies...Here are tips on how to get beautiful nails.
Maintaining your nails by using naturally available products is something that’s easy to do at home. Ingredients such as orange juice, lemon, sugar, honey and beeswax are easily available and are great for your nails.
- Use lemon juice to remove the yellow color from the nails. Lemon lightens up the nails giving them a whiter look.... Apply lemon juice evenly on the nails, several times in a day when you notice the color has turned yellow.
-Use orange juice and sugar to help promote the growth of the nails, strengthen it and promote cuticle growth. Soak your nails in a mixture of orange juice and sugar for ten to fifteen minutes at least two times in a week.
-Apply honey and beeswax to the nails to moisturize and protect them naturally.