Showing posts with label Beauty. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Beauty. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Hair loss is tough to deal with, no matter who you are. It can make you feel unattractive, and keep you from doing the things that you love. This can be especially true if you are a woman who is dealing with hair loss. Feminine beauty has always tended to be wrapped up in how a woman’s hair looks, and it can be devastating to deal with bald spots or all over hair loss as a woman.

Thankfully, there are some things you can do that can help you to come to terms with your hair loss, and still keep you feeling beautiful. With these tips and tricks, you will be feeling back to your old self in no time at all.

A wig is probably the easiest way to have the feeling of long, luxurious hair again if you’re suffering from hair loss. You can purchase wigs and hairpieces for women at These pieces can be made from human hair, which makes them all the more natural to style and wear. They also sell hair pieces and wigs that are made of synthetic hair, and these are often more inexpensive, if you are looking to see if you like wearing a wig before you make a big purchase.

Another good way to help you deal with hair loss is to find a hair stylist who knows how to work with women who are suffering from hair loss. You can easily do a quick internet search to see if any hair loss stylists come up in your area. If all else fails, you can call or visit a local salon and ask if they can suggest any stylists who are good with hair loss. The right stylist may be able to look at the pattern of hair loss and help you to choose a style that helps to conceal it, while still making you feel comfortable and beautiful.

No matter what, the most important thing when it comes to dealing with hair loss as a woman is that you are still beautiful. You are not defined by your hair. You can find hair pieces, wigs and other items like hats to help you feel comfortable in your own skin, but only if you want to. As long as you can look at yourself in the mirror and be satisfied with what you see, then that it all that matters.

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Saturday, November 9, 2013

A haircut is a big decision for any girl, but with long hair comes an extra level of care and difficulty to the choice. Just six inches of hair can take over a year to grow back, and in the meantime, you’re stuck with the shorter cut.

Natural-looking hair extensions like the ones from can be a great way to get back the hair length you’ve been dreaming of. It’s no longer necessary to visit a salon, schedule an appointment and wait hours to get your hair extensions. With clip-on hair attachments, you can get your natural hair back in a matter of seconds.

With a short selection process to find your natural hair color in an extension, you can find the perfect piece to complete your hair-do in less time than ever before. Some popular choices include 16″ hair extensions, full-sweeping side fringe attachments, and even a pop-on pony tail.

You don’t have to make the decision between a pixie cut and long, radiant hair anymore. Take the plunge and get the short hair you’ve always wanted, knowing extensions are a quick and affordable option to get your old hair back.

Available in a variety of colors and priced much lower than traditional glue-in or sew-in hair extensions, they provide a cost-effective insurance policy and a great way to enhance any girl’s look. Clip-in hair extensions are really a girl’s new best friend.



Posted by LadyJava On November 09, 2013 No comments READ FULL POST

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The world can seem so troublesome, full of pain, suffering, and stressful situations. Everyone seems to be on a steady diet of discomfort. Well, at least everyone who is going somewhere with their lives. People who never go outside their comfort zone have trouble finding their way to new places. Practicing the art of comfort on vacations or at places like a G2O salon in Boston is a natural and important part of life. However, too much of a good thing can lead people to stagnancy. Most people avoid discomfort like the plague. They will do anything in their power to avoid leaving their comfort zone. Maybe the human brain interprets all discomfort as potential harm or death to the body.

Personal Growth Is a Choice

This aversion to discomfort can stop someone from reaching their goals. To go somewhere you’ve never been before, you’re going to have to do something different. Changing things almost always brings about discomfort. But it also brings growth. Even children receive physical growing pains as their body grows and changes. Why is it so difficult to accept and conquer the discomfort that comes with achieving new goals and finding success? Physical growth isn’t optional. It happens no matter how hard a child may dislike the process. Personal growth is a choice.

Hammer Away at Your Weakness

If you have goals that need reaching, make a choice. Choose to embrace your discomfort. Get used to it and relish in the fact that you are going somewhere with your personal goals. A good strategy is to mix in healthy amounts of comfort and discomfort in your life. Spend your whole week working diligently toward your goals. Try new things and embrace the discomfort that will cause. Take the blacksmith’s hammer of discomfort and pound away at your weaknesses until they become malleable. Then forge your weaknesses into strengths with the heat of experience and hammer blows of determination. Once you’ve spent the whole weak hammering away at your weaknesses, you should be pretty exhausted. Recover and prepare for the next week by getting comfortable however you like. Read a book in a hot bath or visit a G2O salon in Boston. You deserve it!

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

This image was circulating around in facebook and I thought where better to share this on my woman blog. Have anyone of you tried it out? Let me know the results ok.

face and browsCheerio…


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