Monday, 25 August 2014

7 Ways to Get a Man's Attention (Not Good Ways, But Ways)

JUST ' 7 TOUGH Ways to Get a Man's Attention -This should work'

If it's only attention you want-—and who doesn't expect attention, after all?—there are lots of ways to go about it that don't involve the use of false eyelashes, lisping infantilism or a trick pelvis!
Sure, much of the attention you get if you follow this advice will not be good; it might, in fact, come under the heading of "shocked" and/or "slightly horrified." The word "skeeved" (look it up in the Urban Dictionary) might be appropriate.

But, seriously, what kind of attention do you think is given to women who follow the weird, manipulative and contrived tripe put forth by major glossies?
So why not try these? What do you have to lose apart from your dignity, reputation and sense of integrity—almost all of which you'd forfeit anyway by doing what's recommended in the pages of other magazines.

Lets get STARTED!!!

1. Rubbing his chin with a damp washcloth while saying, "Look at what you did!" After all, it's how his mommy showed affection when he was little and he's bound to have fond memories of being looked after by his primary caretaker! Carry wet-naps and wipies with you at all time. If at a bar, sit next to the snack dish or hot-appetizer section and go in for the jawline when he’s least expecting it. This is particularly attention-getting when used on total strangers. Imagine how impressed he'll be by the fact that you knew in advance how well he "cleans up"!

2. Offering him a light. This is particularly effective if neither he nor you are smoking. It’s great if you’re in a public place where smoking would be a felony offense: in the Sistine Chapel, let’s say, or the stack of the Special Collections at the Huntington Library. But even if you’re not much of a world-traveler, you can find a nice “staycation” kind of fellow by going up to an attractive gent who’s looking lonely at a local health-food store or wandering aimlessly around the organic farmer’s market and asking repeatedly if he’d like a light. You’ll get more of his attention that the hemp milk and beetroot combined!

3. Taking a large, elegantly framed photograph of your ex to your favorite singles’ spot and ask the men you find attractive whether they think they’re worse than the loser you used to date. Explain to them in as much detail as you find necessary everything wrong with your previous relationship. If they start to move away, then yell, “You’re worse! At least he went out with me!” That’ll get their attention.

4. Wearing red. Men are attracted to red. Wear red shoes, red tights, a red dress, red jacket, redcoat, red scarf, red necklace, red earrings, red headband, red lipstick, red eye-shadow, red eye-liner, red mascara and top it all off with a flirty red (or reddish) hat. Wow! Who could NOT look? A red-hot attention getter is what you'll be!

5. Sitting close to him. Lots of advice mongers emphasize the need to make physical contact early on in a flirtation. So if you’re in a crowded place, just plop yourself down on the guy’s lap, why dontcha? The worst he’ll do is stand up. Or call the police. (Make sure you carry a current government issued photo i.d. and have the number of a good local attorney with at all times if you’re trying this bold one!)

6. Sending five of your cousins to his house on his day off. Obviously this works best if you have one special guy in mind (or if you have a whole lot of cousins). They can sort of hang around in his yard or on his porch until he’s willing to discuss the possibility of dating you. If you live in a city, they should camp out in his lobby. Don’t forget, though, you’re responsible for picking up the tab for refreshments!

Pls still read below!!!
7. Acting the way you usually do around your friends, family, co-workers and other folks you know as well as being open to and enthusiastic about meeting new folks. Oh, sorry—don’t know how that slipped in! I meant to say “Playing two pairs of castanets indoors! That’s how to get a man’s attention! That’s the ticket!” 

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Healthy tips for you and your daily lifestyle......

1.Make Small Talk
Engaging in casual conversation with others may help keep you as sharp as doing a word puzzle, according to some studies. Just 10 minutes of daily chatter appears to improve mental function and preserve memory.

2.Eat Avocados
For dry skin, incorporate more avocados into your diet. They're rich in monounsaturated fat and vitamin E, both of which promote healthy skin. Try them on salads and sandwiches, and even in smoothies.

3.Go for Garlic
Adding raw or lightly cooked garlic and onions to your meals may help keep you healthy this winter. Both foods appear to possess antiviral and antibacterial properties and are believed to boost immunity.

4.Get a Massage
Certain trigger points -- spots of tension in musculoskeletal tissue -- can cause back pain. Ask a massage therapist or other bodyworker who specializes in myofascial release or neuromuscular therapy to focus on these points during a massage.

5.Eat Bananas
People whose diets are rich in potassium may be less prone to high blood pressure. Besides reducing sodium and taking other heart-healthy steps, eat potassium-packed picks such as bananas, cantaloupe, and oranges.

6.Pop a Probiotic
To keep yeast infections at bay, head for the vitamin aisle. Supplementing with "good" bacteria (for example, Lactobacillus or Bifidobacterium) may help restore the balance the of bacteria living in the female genital tract and inhibit the growth of yeast in women with recurrent infections. Foods such as naturally fermented sauerkraut, kimchi, and kefir, as well as yogurt with active cultures, also contain these bacteria.

7.Go Fish
If you suffer from dry eyes, up your seafood intake. Salmon, sardines, and mackerel contain omega-3 fatty acids, which the body uses to produce tears, among other things. Research suggests that people who consume higher amounts of these fats are less likely to have dry eyes.

8.Embrace Bitters and greens
Combat a yen for sugar by following a Chinese medicine approach: Eat foods such as endive, radicchio, cooked greens, and olives.

9.Get a Good Pair of Sneakers
Is your energy lagging? Though it may be the last thing you feel like doing when you're tired, exercise -- even a brisk walk -- can be more effective than a nap or cup of coffee at fighting fatigue.

10.Enjoy Ginger
The volatile oils in ginger have long made it a useful herbal remedy for nasal and chest congestion. Pour 2 cups of boiling water over a 1-inch piece of peeled, grated ginger; steep for 10 minutes; and strain. Add a pinch or two of cayenne pepper to the water and drink as needed.

11.Rub Your Temples
Tame tension headaches by rubbing peppermint oil, Tiger Balm, or white flower oil into your temples. All three remedies contain menthol, which has analgesic properties.

12.Go Herbal
For varicose veins, try horse chestnut, an herbal extract that's been shown in studies to strengthen veins and reduce swelling. The herb is also available in topical creams, though there's not as much evidence for these.

13.Arm Yourself with Arnica
Homeopathic creams, gels, and ointments that contain arnica, a flower similar to the daisy, have long been used to relieve swelling and bruising. Rub into the affected area, but stop using if you develop skin irritation.

14.Go for GLA
If you've ruled out other causes of hair loss, such as stress, overuse of hair-care products, and certain medications and diseases such as hypothyroidism, consider supplementing with evening primrose oil. It's a good source of gamma-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid that's needed for hair growth and is hard to get from your diet. Experts recommend taking 500 milligrams twice a day; expect to wait eight weeks to see results.

15.Go Natural
Avoid products that can damage or dry out your fingernails, such as formaldehyde-containing polishes and acetone-filled removers.

To treat an acute migraine, drink a full glass of water -- dehydration can trigger headaches. Even if you need to take a medication for the pain, try wrapping your head with an Ace bandage so that it covers your eyes, then lie down and breathe deeply. This often helps the pain pass more quickly.

17.Watch Your Carbs
Trying to reduce belly fat? Pay attention to your carbohydrate intake and avoid artificial sweeteners. Sugary snacks and other refined carbs spike blood sugar and cause pounds to settle in your midsection. Choose whole grains, beans, and vegetables instead.

18.Cayenne Pepper
To warm up cold feet, sprinkle a bit of cayenne pepper into your socks. This folk remedy may help warm your toes by increasing circulation and improving blood flow.

19.Call a Friend
Keeping your social networks alive and well may help benefit your ticker over the long term. Social support has been linked to a lower risk of heart disease, and people who do have heart attacks fare better if they are socially connected.

20.Drink Cranberry Juice
Cranberries contain a substance that appears to keep bacteria from sticking to the walls of the urinary tract and has been shown to help prevent UTIs. Because cranberry cocktail is high in sugar, drink unsweetened juice diluted with water or take capsules of powdered cranberry extract.

21.Drink Mint Tea
Ease occasional indigestion by sipping a cup of peppermint tea after your meal. Peppermint improves the flow of bile, which moves food through the digestive tract more quickly. Use peppermint with caution if you have acid reflux; it can make that problem worse.

22.Try a Tongue Scraper
To combat bad breath, consider investing in this inexpensive plastic or metal device to remove bacteria from the back of your tongue. Some studies suggest that adding tongue scraping to your regimen may be slightly more effective at eliminating breath odor than just brushing your teeth.

23.Wash Up
To fend off colds, washing your hands well and often is the best step you can take. Use plain soap and water and scrub for as long as it takes to sing "Happy Birthday to You" twice.

24.Have Some Honey

Research suggests that honey may be more effective than over-the-counter cough syrup at quelling nighttime coughing. Use a medicinal-grade variety such as manuka honey and take up to 2 teaspoonfuls at bedtime.

Sunday, 19 January 2014

2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards


Who's your favorite,who's the leading fashionista and celeb this Award season?
Find out the colors of the season,lavender or lilac or purple?

It's Radiant Orchid! Color of the year....(a shade of soft purple or deep lavender)

Celebs red carpet style at the 2014 SAG AWARDS.







Sunday, 12 January 2014

makeup looks at the 2014 GOLDEN GLOBES

Golden Globe Awards 2014 Best Beauty Looks!

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Lovely ,soft and nude...But the brows...hmmm


2 Different brows?