Chew Your Food

Jan 30, 2013 by

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Chewing your food thoroughly is a very important habit that will help prevent you from overeating, as well as keep that waistline slim and trim. How, you ask? The longer we chew our foods, the less we’ll consume because your tongue sends signals to your stomach to produce enzymes to break down whatever it is you are eating. Longer chewing will also send signals to the brain to let you know when to stop — enough is enough! So chew your food until it liquifies in the mouth. This will also allow the body to absorb more nutritious and prevents constipation.

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Get The Look: Makeup Tutorial

Jan 30, 2013 by

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Double wear foundation from Estee Lauder was integral to the look. I needed her face to be as pastel and creamy as Nicole Kidmans. YSL touche eclat was used to highlight her bone structure. Off white eyeliner from Makeup forever was used to provide white lines on strategic areas of the face.

For the lips looks YSL number 59 has always been a staple of mine, so that is the peach color, and I custom blended a fuchsia lipstick by blending a couple of lipsticks from Mac and Estee Lauder for their creamy gel like texture for the last lip look. In the middle of the fuchsia lip look I used a blue loose pigment from Mac and patted that in the middle of the lips to give them a cool tonality and to add layers of depth to the color. I custom made white eyelashes which I had to paint in layers leaving to dry overnight. I placed these on her lower lids on some of the last looks.

Makeup Tutorial by Sparkle Tafao

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Relieve Pain and Inflammation with Cherries

Jan 29, 2013 by

Did you know? Consumption of Cherries can actually help reduce pain and
inflammation (Arthritis, Heart Disease, Obesity, etc.) within the body.
Many studies have shown that cherries can work as well, if not better
than some of the leading over-the-counter or prescribed drugs. This is
due to powerful antioxidants called Anthocyanins, which give cherries
their red hue. Cherries are also a good source of Vitamins A, C, K,
Thiamin, Riboflavin, B6, Pantothetic Acid, and Minerals: Calcium, Iron,
Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Boron, Copper, and Manganese.

Eat your cherries!

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3 Simple Rules in Life

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Kourtney Reppert

Jan 26, 2013 by

kr1Hey everyone, hope you all are doing great! This post is about my dear friend model/actress/host Kourtney Reppert.  Her and I have been working together for the past year now and let me tell you, it’s ‘Never a dull moment’ when we’re together. Our relationship has blossomed into a ‘Dynamic Duo’ team that has brought us so many amazing experiences as well as lots of fun gigs. As 2013 is just beginning, I’m letting you all know to stay tuned with her and I. Many BIG things are happening and it’s happening very fast. Her and I will be changing the world together with lots of LOVE <3

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