What Is the Best Age to Start a Botox Treatment?

Making the decision to alter your appearance, even a little bit, is a personal choice only the individual can make. No amount of plastic surgery can change your perspective or your heart, but it can... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Emporio Armani Stronger With You Leather

Armani (L’Oréal) launched a special version of the men’s fragrance from the Emporio Armani line Stronger With You intended for the Middle East market. Emporio Armani Stronger With You Leather is a luxurious masculine scent in a lacquered, subtle gold bottle. Armani presents this as an extremely warm, intense, woody and leathery fragrance. Described as a refined concentrate of addict... Read full article: Emporio Armani Stronger With You Leather from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine...
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Aura of Kazakhstan: The First Kazakh Perfume Brand

I learned about the creation of the first Kazakh perfume brand at Esxence 2019 from Julia Lukyanenko, a perfume enthusiast, vintage fragrance connoisseur, and from now on a creative director of a young niche perfume brand. Julia came to the exhibition as a blogger and as a recruiter — in search of perfumers who could bring her ideas to life. The source of inspiration for the creation of nine ... Read full article: Aura of Kazakhstan: The First Kazakh Perfume Brand from Fragrantica Perfumes and ...
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Fashion designer Kenzo Takada dies after catching Covid-19 aged 81

Takada was the first Japanese designer to make a mark on the Paris fashion sceneWidely copied rule-breaker who shook up Paris fashion Coronavirus – latest updatesThe Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada has died in Paris after contracting Covid-19, a spokesperson has announced. He was 81.Takada, known best by his first name, was the first designer from Japan to break into the city’s exclusive fashion milieu in the 1970s. Continue reading...
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A Positive Development

When I heard that Trump had contracted the coronavirus, my first thought was the word good. This feels like a much-needed positive development for humanity and the world. It likely means fewer deaths, less suffering, and less time in pandemic mode – and perhaps less stupidity from him and his minions. So I see it as good news. While some people wish Trump and his wife a speedy recovery, I honestly don’t. I’m sending healing vibes and positive intentions to the virus inside him, not to h...
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How Much Electricity Does a Mini Fridge Use?

When considering purchasing a mini fridge, there are a few factors that come to mind… where are you going to put the mini fridge? What’s your budget? What are you going to be using the fridge for? and How much electricity does a mini fridge use? All of these questions help a consumer to decide... Read More » The post How Much Electricity Does a Mini Fridge Use? appeared first on .
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I turned my spiritual coaching side hustle into a 6-figure career — here are the 3 tips I swear by that made me successful

Sarah Negus. Sarah Negus Sarah Negus is a spiritual coach who goes by title of the Modern Day Shaman. She combines shamanic techniques with modern psychology to help professionals better navigate the corporate world. In her 30s working as a property developer, Negus realized she wasn't feeling fulfilled in her career or personal life. After a meaningful encounter with a shaman in Peru, she opened her own pilates studio and later began offering spiritual coaching. Negus says it took several...
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Perfume PosseWoodsmoke Almost countdown. A bit over a week till move. I don’t think the electricians remembered to put in the thermostats … I mailed the builder about this. Fingers crossed. (Just to say straight off, apologies for the cheesy pics today.… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseWoodsmoke
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Kenzo founder Kenzo Takada dies of Covid-19 aged 81

Takada was the first Japanese designer to make a mark on the Paris fashion sceneCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageJapan’s most famous fashion designer, Kenzo Takada, the founder of the global Kenzo brand, has died in Paris after contracting Covid-19, his spokesman said.Takada, the first Japanese designer to gain prominence on the highly-competitive Paris fashion scene, died on Sunday in the American hospital of Paris. He was 81. Continue reading...
Tags: Fashion, Japan, Life and style, World news, Asia Pacific, Paris, Kenzo, Kenzo Takada, Takada, Coronavirus outbreak, COVID

Zoroastrian Chess Club: Join Now

Our dear friend Hormazd Godrej writes in to inform us about a new initiative that he along with his friends have started. Zoroastrian Chess Club Hormuz writes…. “A group of friends and family members of mine are starting a new Zoroastrian Chess club that plans to host Chess tournaments for the community to participate in. We have started a Facebook group and are trying to recruit new members to join it before we start organizing tournaments.” Join the group on Facebook:
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Unemployed in North Dakota: A welder who's been out of work since February shares his story

Dodd (not pictured) has been out of work since February. Juan Silva/Getty Images Garrett Dodd is a 22-year-old welder in the North Dakota oil fields based in Watford City, North Dakota. He's been unemployed since February. In the meantime, he's started doing photography and media production, but he says he's not done with welding just yet. This is his story, as told to Will Meyer. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. I moved to Watford City, North Dakota, from Fort Worth, Te...
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Salvatore Ferragamo Cupola

Once again the Italian house of Salvatore Ferragamo looks to their own city's heritage and drinks in its inspiration for a new fragrance. Ferragamo's headquarters building, Palazzo Spini Feroni, is not far from the cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, and it was this building that influenced the creation of Cupola, the new edition of the Tuscan Creations line. 600 years after its construction, the d... Read full article: Salvatore Ferragamo Cupola from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine. ...
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I visited two high-end California hotels to compare their reopenings and felt completely safe at both. Here's how they're taking care of guests — and why I hope some of these measures stick around.

Casa Terrazza at Hotel Casa del Mar in Santa Monica, CA. Hotel Casa del Mar Freelance writer Molly O'Brien visited two hotels in vastly different geographic locations — Santa Monica's Hotel Casa del Mar and Hotel Cerro in San Luis Obispo county — to compare and contrast their reopenings. While capacity and noise differed between the hotels, both had reopening plans with significant accommodations and enhanced safety protocols. O'Brien says neither experience felt cleaner or safer than the ...
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Perfumed Horoscope: October 5 - October 11

  The keywords for this week are nervousness and eruptions. We are looking for ways to divert any negative influence that may come from both inside and outside, and eventually even make them benefit us in the long run. In my many years of writing this column I avoid general phrases like “Everything happens for a reason," but this week I’m really tempted to apply it. This week we share ou... Read full article: Perfumed Horoscope: October 5 - October 11 from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes ...
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Express Your Unique Look with TIGI Hair Care

This post is sponsored by TIGI, but all opinions are my own.As the seasons change, I like to change things up - like my hair. Not only do I opt for new styles, but I look for new products, too. Whether I decide to go all out and really style my hair for a zoom call or stick with my everyday classic ponytail, I know that I can use hair care products from TIGI at Target to get the look that I want. Shop TIGI at Target here.When I am sticking to my classic every day look, I turn to products from th...
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Blue sky thinking: is it time to stop work taking over our lives?

Anthropologist James Suzman says now is the perfect time to rein in our unsustainable work habits. But is it possible?Three encounters loom large in the anthropologist James Suzman’s memory of his brief but informative stint in the corporate world. The first was early on, when he told a colleague that he didn’t need to spend the half-million pounds allocated for a task because he could do it for free. His colleague was horrified. “If you don’t spend your budget,” he said, “they won’t think we’re...
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Fashion … or fascist? The long tussle over that Fred Perry logo

The polo shirt has been sported over decades by pop stars, football fans, ska-lovers and gay revellers, but now also by the far-right Proud BoysWhen British tennis champion Fred Perry became the first player to win a career grand slam in 1935, he might have hoped his legacy would be defined by the stunning bit of history he made, still just 26 years old. It’s unlikely he could have predicted his name would be used in 2020 to uniform a far-right male militia jacked up on violence and misogyny. An...
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Sunday Firesides: Your Routine Needs Rites of Passage

During WWII, it could take a soldier two weeks to get home, with days spent slowly traveling by ship across the Atlantic and by train through the States. Along the way he got a chance to unwind, decompress, and shift his mindset from warrior to civilian.  A soldier coming home from Afghanistan could be on the frontlines one day, and back with his family 48 hours later. Some have argued that moving modern servicemen straight from operations to leave has contributed to difficulties reintegrati...
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