Beauty and the Brow ne of the most commonly neglected areas of the face when it comes to beauty are the eyebrows. Countless women have no desire to have their eyebrows waxed off, threaded away or tweezed to Perfection. It is important to know that the eyebrows are the frame of the face. They are just as significant as the eye make-up painted beneath. Would you purchase a rare Rembrandt portrait enclosed in a tattered frame? I didn't think so. So why would one apply gorgeous eye color surrounded by unruly brow hair? It's still an ancient mystery. Many women are quite apprehensive about having their brows sculpted due to fear that too much hair will be removed. Especially, if untrained hands have touched them in times past. Additionally, due to a common misunderstanding they choose not to have their brows cleaned. A widespread misperception is that the brow is too thin. If there is hair on your face, we can always take it from good to great! Often, ladies state they will not get their brows done due to the fear of experiencing ghastly and unbearable pain. Rest assured, it will be over before you know it. As the old adage goes no pain, no gain. You are well worth every ooh and ouch! Lastly, many women have schedules that are overcrowded and aren't interested in adding one more task to their to do list. Generally, you will only need to schedule brow maintenance every 3-4 weeks based on the rate in which your hair grows. It is essential to allow only a licensed professional create a custom brow design for you. One who will keep your face and natural brow in mind. Additionally, you should understand eyebrow dimensions if you plan to do any home maintenance. To avoid over tweezing know where your brow should begin and end.
The starting point is from the base of your nose to the inner corner of your eye nearest the bridge of the nose. Your arch (highest point) should fall directly in line with the outer edge of the iris and the tail of the brow is measured from the base of the nose to the furthest corner of the eye closest to the temple. If you are ready to take your beauty to the next level of excellence always remember it's the little things that make a big difference. If you don't think the brow really matters, ask yourself the question, what is a beautifully wrapped gift without a ribbon and bow? Exactly. Now go get those brows done at once! KRISTIE KENNEDY IS KNOWN AS "THE UNSTOPPABLE BUTTERFLY", A DYNAMIC WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT SPEAKER and BEAUTY EXPERT. She is a visionary leader that operates in a multiplicity of gifts with a passion for beauty, business and fashion. Currently, Ms. Tallahassee, Fl. for Ms. Corporate America 2012. She was crowned in September 2010 as the 2010 American Image National Woman. She is a Licensed Esthetician/Beauty Advisor (Aveda Beauty Institute), Makeup Artist/Educator for Larenim Cosmetics, Former Makeup Artist/Educator for Mirabella Cosmetics, Songwriter, Poetess, Recording Artist, Author, Jewelry Designer, Fashion Model, National Spokes model for Fibroid Tumors and Former Modeling Instructor. Her how to makeup videos are currently showcased on Tyra Banks beauty website www.typef.com. She is a daring woman who is unafraid to take calculated risks. Her gift of inspiration brings a pure delight to anyone she meets. Ms. Kennedy believes it is essential to remain steadfast, unmovable and always abounding in the work that is set before you in order to achieve lasting success.
25 GREAT FASHION JEWELRY
We gathered 25 great fashion jewelries from the worlds amazing
designers both new and established. From Bounkit’s gorgeous
purple necklace to Calinana’s one of a kind bracelets, Laura
James’ vintage inspired collections, Joanna Morgan’s one of a kind
ring and Dannijo’s exquisite pieces in the worlds most vibrant
Diana Vreeland, the renowned fashion editor who worked for Harpers Bazaar and Vogue for over fifty years, once said, “You can see the approaching revolution in clothes. You can see and feel everything in clothes.” Vreeland understood that fashion, like all art, can capture ideas, inspire rebellions, and start cultural movements. To those who are seriously interested in the fashion industry, Teri Agins’s fatalistic expose The End of Fashion beckons. Agins has worked on the fashion section of the Wall Street Journal for twenty years, studying trends since the early nineties. In seven well researched essays, she observes the fashion world from a business perspective.