Monday, 20 February 2012

No Better Time To Care For Your Foot Than This Rainy Season.

Quite frankly, the rainy season is here and caring for one's foot is very importaant during this time because rainy season takes a particular toll on the feet. Many problems may occur  with the feet such as moles, dissociations and particularly bad odours. Foot problems, especially bad odour and infection are big risks during this season. And while you might think that covering them up protects them from the rain, the fact is that damp wather combined with cold temperatures, are a potentially hazardous combination for the feet.

People don't give much though to prevettive foot wellness, only taking care of unsightly foot problems after they develop. With just a little bit of care and caution, you can keep your feet in top shape. They need more care during the rainy season.

Now, always keep your feet warm, don't get your feet wet in the rain and if that happens, follow the procedure below.

* After walking through murky/dirty water, wash your feet with medicated saop, rinse with water and later soak in warm salt solution.
* Spray your feet with antiseptic foot spray for protection against bad odour.
* Make sure your shoes are dry; odour occurs from bacteria and sweat glands reactions, especially if your shoes are damp or airless.
*Soak your feet in warm salt water solution for about 5-10 minutes once a week. This helps!
* Use quality lotion to keep the skin of your feet soft and moist, but don't apply lotion in between your toes.
* Use an antifungal powder in the morning and anti-fungal cream at night.
* Finally, cut your toe nails regularly to avoid accumulation of dirt.

I hope this helps>

Bringing Back The Tunic Flav!

Hey! Are you tired of conventional tops/blouses? And are you looking for something that is as comfortale as your semi formal wear but a little nicer looking?

The answer, my friend is blowing in the wind; a tunic dress and a pair of black pants for the formal look. This makes for the classic jeans or leggins and a tunic for the informal look plus the beauty of it all is that it requires no elaborate planning. It is comfortable and cozy.

Dressing in style is one way to keep one from looking shobby. Tunic blouse is a basic favourite for many occasions, from work to parties. But remember, corporate casuals do not mean you can let it all hang out. While some office environments may allow jeans, many consider them too casual.

Sunday, 5 February 2012

Some fashion tips that help: Case for petite women.

Understand how to create the illusion of height.

Discover which prints and patterns will work for your small frame.

Know how to use colour and match it to your skin and hair tone.

Learn how to balance your body shape by understanding your body symmetry.

Find out the easy way to effortlessly accessorise.

Get rid of capris and cropped pants and no wide-leg pants.

Know how to avoid clothes that foreshorten your body.

Don't dismiss jumpsuits as a trend only for the column shaped woman.

.. The style trick.
Pair your jumpsuit with killer heels. This will make you appear taller.

Necklaces and earrings draw attention up to the face. A long statement necklace, with bright hues, really draws the eye up.

According to a fashion consultant, heavy petite women need a medium-sized handbag. "A small purse makes larger bodies look huge. Sometimes a structured handbag will help a heavy woman look pulled-together", said the consultant.

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