Friday, June 8, 2018

Seventies hairstyle – Do you Have it?

The seventies hairstyle also coincides with the hippy era wherein the girls can be seen in wild flowing hair that provide a natural look to the hair. The era involved a lot of use of hair irons as straight hair was the fashion of those days.

The era of the seventies was dominated by the punk Hairstyle. It was the short spiky hairstyles that ruled the roost in that era. In the case of women, the shag and bob hairstyles were the ones that were the craze of the era. The era is famous for its hep style statements.
The seventies hairstyle also coincides with the hippy era wherein the girls can be seen in wild flowing hair that provide a natural look to the hair. The era involved a lot of use of hair irons as straight hair was the fashion of those days. During the seventies a lot of emphasis was laid on glamour, this is the reason whywe all could see shony and styled head bands being used in that era.
During the sevent

ies even the 60s plaits were been carried over. There was a craze of hair dos in that era, the most famous being the Afro hairdo. The afro hairdo was considered to be frenzy at that time. It is also known as the disco era wherein the people were fond of flaunting their style. Style was the mantra of the time.
The shag hairstyle was considered as one of the most happening hairstyles. The style involved irregular layers of hair that provided a shaggy look. The other hairstyle that had gained popularity was the pageboy hairstyle. The hairstyle was done by inward curling of the hair. The style gave the hair a fluff. The mulled haircut was another hairstyle of the seventies that worn by both men and women.

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Friday, May 11, 2018

FCM Spots LA Men Wearing


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(1) Less traditional collars and neckwear (or completely none).
(2) Printed and/or textured jackets like floral print, jacquard, brocade.
(3) Color- as in mustard, lilac, and other [becoming] gender neutral hues.

Take inspiration from the men and women we couldn't help but to snap as guests to some of the tastiest Beverly Hills and Los Angeles hot spots when you're deciding how to narrow down your wedding attendee choices this year. Hey, don't be sad- if you're single, they say, weddings are a great place to meet a mate. And if you're married or taken, it is a great time to rekindle the flirty
flame in your relationship, so prepare to look and feel your best,
taking inspiration from FashionCouture Magazine's Chosen Spotlight Celebrity Guests captured by contributing LA Writer, Asha Spacek. -asha spacek, @ashasangle instagram

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Ladylike Looks And Delicate Details

Michael Cinco Fall 2017
Spring's fashion runways showcased clean-cut and demure collections with feminine embellishments and silhouettes.

Designers favor nude and natural tones such as taupe, moss and ivory, while paying tribute to traditional spring pastels such as lilac and mint.

Chadwick's, a popular online fashion resource for career and casual clothing, offers tips on how to update your wardrobe as the air gets balmier:

Ladylike Silhouettes

Jackets elevate an outfit in both career and casual occasions and are cut shorter this season.

Fashion brands like Chadwick's offer a variety of stylish features such as 3/4 sleeves, peplum skirting, wide lapels and standup collars.

Try pairing a shrunken linen blazer in a soothing earth tone with a pair of white jeans for a sophisticated yet casual look that is straight off the runways.

After lingering right above the knee for the past several seasons, hemlines have dipped down to midcalf this spring.

Pack midcalf-length skirts in a wide array of colors, prints and fabrics for business trips and weekend getaways alike. Denim Bermuda shorts cut just above the knee are a stylish way to enjoy sunny days.

Frilly and Feminine Details

Move over, winter wools and tweeds! This spring, lacy shirts will flatter suits, pom-poms and ruffles will adorn dresses and chiffon will softly drape bare arms. This feminine trend translates into delicate lace trims at necklines and hems on camisoles and long-sleeve tees.

If you've always longed to wear crochet-this is the season to do it.

Embellished Footwear

The stiletto, fall's ever-popular staple, steps aside this spring for playful espadrilles, wedges and platforms. Metallic sandals in silver and bronze are cosmopolitan yet surprisingly easy to pull off. Try playful touches of macramé and eyelet this season.

Crochet espadrilles have a vintage appeal when paired with sundresses and make a simple, feminine statement when worn with denim.
                                                               
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Beautiful Eyes

Eyes have been called the windows of the soul because of how much they communicate.  Eyes give your face energy and individuality.  They do not have to be a certain size or shape to be considered pretty - all eyes have their own unique beauty.  When makeup is applied to look natural it will bring out the eye’s true color and enhance the eye’s beauty. When you feel good about your makeup you will be more confident and will have one less thing to worry about.

A subtle application of eyeliner, shadows and mascara work together to create magic and make your eyes look their best.

Eye Shadow

Eye shadow is meant to highlight and define the eyes.  Eye shadow is used to create depth to bring out the beauty of the eyes.  A dark color used on the lid will make the eye appear smaller, while a lighter color will make it appear larger. That is what eye shadow is about creating illusions.  These are the basic techniques for the following eye shapes:

Small eyes: Don’t use too much shadow or liner – it will make you eyes look smaller. Apply a light color on eyelid, use a darker color in the crease and use a highlighter under the brow.

Large eyes:  Wear darker shadow on the lid and extend it to the crease. Use a flat color under the brow to highlight.

Deep-set eyes: Use light colors on the eyelid and under the brow. Use a medium color in the crease.  Emphasize the outer corners with shadow.

Wide-set eyes:  Use darker colors on the inner corners of the eye.

Hooded eyes: Apply light colors on the lid.  Use darker colors from the center of the eyelid to the outer corners and blend.

Round eyes:  Make round eyes longer by using color all around and extending toward the outer corners.

Asian eyes:  Apply highlighter under the brow. Use light shadow on the inner half of the lid and a darker color on the outer half.

1. Light colors cause the eyes to open, dark colors will cause the eyes to recede

2. If you have very light skin avoid dark shades

3. Be careful with shimmer – they will bring attention to imperfections and wrinkles.

4. The eye area is the first to show age don’t tug on the skin.

Eyeliners:

Eyeliners are meant to define the eyes so they should do just that, not be the focal point of your makeup.  Eyeliners come in various colors and forms liquid, pencil etc. Keep the eyeliner natural.  Pencils are available in many colors (for the best look stick to black or brown) and can be sharpened for a fine line.  For a smudged effect use a sponge tip shadow applicator or an eye shadow brush. When your pencils are too soft refrigerate them. When they are too hard soften them by holding them between your fingers.

To line the eye, start on the lower lid, just beneath the lashes.   When you are finished always smudge the line with your sponge. Stay as close to the lash line as possible.   On the upper lid, draw a line form the inner corner to the outer corner, thickening the line toward the outer corner.  After the age of 40 keep the line in between the lashes.

Mascara and the creation of beautiful lashes:

Mascara frames your eyes and can make your face come alive. Mascara softly accentuates the eye while thickening and darkening the lashes; it is the finishing touch for eyes.  There are several different types to choose from, thickening, and waterproof to smudge proof. Waterproof will need a special remover and smudge proof will wash off easily.  It is not a good idea to wear waterproof mascara for extended periods of time since it has a tendency to dry the lashes.

Select a shade of mascara that complements your coloring.  Dark shades on pale eyes with brown lashes will darken them and will look harsh.  Stay away from blues and other colors since they will ruin your look.

Lashes that are hard to curl may need the help of an eyelash curler.  Curl your lashes before you apply mascara – hold for ten to twenty seconds.

To apply mascara look straight into your mirror with your chin slightly lifted so you can see your lashes.  Insert the wand only once and twist, don’t pump.  Pumping can break the brush bristles and distribute the mascara unevenly and will dry out the mascara faster.  Start by rolling the wand from root to tip in an upward motion. Reinsert the brush and apply again. If your eyelashes are thick and long they may clunk together.  If this happens let them dry and then separate them with the corner of an eyebrow brush.
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Sunday, March 19, 2017

White Women Think Black Women Are Jealous of Them....

A few days ago on Twitter, a comment was made by a white girl, in response to something I tweeted regarding Blacks responding to racism by whites. This occurred after the Donald Trump victory in the Presidential Race.

With all due respect, given the constant media and historical images of white women, they are more a construct of what femininity should be through the eyes of white males.

In their desire to exalt white women, they did it at the expense of Black women, and the forcible removal of the Black male as her natural protector.

Why? How can you be jealous of women that use Barbie dolls and Mannequins as their beauty standards? Are these not some of the most ghoulish photos you've ever seen? When I first saw this on Inside Edition, honestly, I was shocked but then again it just exposed how deeply white women are obsessed with youth, beauty, and the superficial.

Black women just know better, and that is really the correct assessment of how Black women see themselves.

The various brown tones of our How can we relate to women who do everything to destroy their natural self? Lip injections, extreme tanning, Botox, butt implants, breast augmentation, etc.

No. Black women aren't jealous of white women!!!

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