Gift Ideas For Christian Men and Women
Nov18

Gift Ideas For Christian Men and Women

Men Your husband, best friend, or family member has been a source of strength for you on your darkest days. Show him that you value his commitment to your shared faith by gifting him a polished and handsome set of Gold Christian jewelry for his birthday, a work promotion, your anniversary, or as a gift for a special day. Picking out the right jewelry for men doesn’t have to be hard, actually it’s very easy. If the man in your life is fun and adventurous, try a pendant with a strong chain that can match alongside a casual shirt or long sleeve shirt. If he’s traditional and clean cut, try gifting him a simple cross and a chain that will look sharp with a dress up button down shirt or a freshly pressed polo shirt. Women Your wife, mother, daughter or best friend are strong and positive beams of radiance in your life and each deserve a special gift. Surprising her with a stunning set of Christian Jewelry will make her speechless with excitement! Getting a gift that can match different types of outfits is important to a woman and teen girl. If she’s a free spirit, try getting her jewelry made with gold. Rings and bracelets styled with religious figures will look great when paired with jeans and t-shirt, all the way to a little black dress. If she’s elegant and traditional, try gifting her with a simple long or short chain that can be worn with a flowy printed blouse or cocktail...

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A Brief History of New York’s Fashion Week
Jun22

A Brief History of New York’s Fashion Week

By Samuel Phineas Upham New York has been a center for the fashion world since the early 1900s, when European fashions first came to America. At the time, it was quite popular for fashion magazines to print the latest fashions out of Europe, which is how Harper’s Bazaar got its start. Before that, Vogue was founded in 1892 on similar principles. The first fashion week wasn’t really a “Fashion Week”, per say. Eleanor Lambert, who was acting press director of the New York Dress Institute announced that all fashion shows would be put into a single week she dubbed “Press Week”. That was in 1942. By 1992, Press Week had become a full blown gala that nearly takes over New York City. Runway shows were held in private lofts and apartments, as fashion grew an underground culture. These shows, while seemingly simplified into one block of time, were surprisingly difficult for fashion editors to attend. During at least one show, the roof of the venue threatened to cave in. In 1993, everything changed when Fern Mallis of the Council of Fashion Designers of America decided that all shows should be held under one roof. This was really the first time New York’s Fashion week showed a side that would be recognizable to us today. All events were scheduled within a series of tents, an idea that took off and proved popular. The event was dubbed “7th on Sixth”, and was eventually sold to IMG. Today, IMG produces the signature shows while the CFDA oversees the larger list of all events in the area. About the Author: Samuel Phineas Upham is an investor at a family office/ hedgefund, where he focuses on special situation illiquid investing. Before this position, Phin Upham was working at Morgan Stanley in the Media and Telecom group. You may contact Phin on his Samuel Phineas Upham website or...

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5 Tips on how to colour your hair at home
May15

5 Tips on how to colour your hair at home

Instead of spending countless hours at the salon and spending on frequent colour changes, colouring your hair at home can be an easy way to transform your look. Follow the tips below to ensure you get the right shade and colour your hair safely. Your skin tone – To ensure you don’t buy the wrong colour choose one within two shades of your natural colour. To understand which colour would work best, consider the type of jewellery you wear. If you wear more gold, opt for warm colours such as golden blondes and reds. If you prefer more silver, you should opt for colour close to ash. Type of colour – If you want full coverage, choose a liquid or cream based colour. For a beginner choose a mousse or a foam based colour. Buy two of your shade – If your colouring your hair for the first time, buy a few boxes of colour in your shade. This will prevent you from running out mid colour. At home supplies – Apart from the equipment that comes with your colouring kit, you will need a few more at home supplies. For example you will need vaseline to protect your hair line from absorbing the colour. To protect your hands, keep a pair of good quality gloves and a dark towel that you don’t mind staining. Check how long your colour should be on your hair and place a timer on your phone. Condition to lock in moisture – To prevent damage due to colouring, invest in a good quality hair mask and apply it weekly. After colouring your hair for the first time, use the hair colour provided in your colour...

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3 Hair ‘Disasters’ That Were Resolved By Experts

There are a number of hair disasters that pros have been asked to fix in a hurry. As you read on, you will find the solutions you found. Apart from this, you will also find out how you can prevent these disasters in the first place. Here are three hair ‘incidents’ that were resolved by experts: 1: Hair streaked by color One expert was called in to carry out a touch-up of a client’s hair. She noticed a green line running through her locks and that she had gotten from swimming the previous day. Clearly, this was from chlorinated water and that was absorbed by the scrunchie that she used to dye her hair. After using dish soap and clarifying shampoo, the expert used diluted nail polish remover to get rid of the stubborn stain. 2: Smelly Hair One client had this bad practice of not washing her hair regularly. What makes matters worse is that she is a Pilates instructor who sweats regularly too. So for this, they washed her hair thrice. The first time was at the roots with Dawn dish detergent so that the body oils could be dissolved. Without the detergent, her hair would smell when blow-dried. It’s not a good idea to go without shampooing your hair for more than 48 hours apart. 3: Low Brows One client whose brows were getting sparser decided to tattoo that area. But the artist tattooed her brow too low. For this, they decided to grow hair on the bottom of the brows to camouflage the mistake made by the artist. Since then, she also softens the brow color with a lighter brow pencil as well as translucent hair powder too. If anything, avoid brow tattooing as the color turns bluish black and doesn’t look good on most skin tones...

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Christian Jewelry for Men
May03

Christian Jewelry for Men

Christian jewellery offers an expansive list of choices from gold necklaces to chains, pendants and more, and several designs are also available exclusive to men to suit any particular tastes. Jewellers now offer exceptionally crafted religious jewellery featuring prominent excerpts from the Bible, with these words of motivation providing support and encouragement for people from all walks of life, whether believers in the faith or just fans of the designs. As a reminder of God’s devotion and spiritual presence, men’s religious jewellery has become a popular gift for any occasion. Signifying a symbol of faith for any true believers, bracelets featuring the cross are a stylish way to remind wearers of His love and support. As the popularity of men’s religious jewellery has grown, more designs have entered the market, with many crafted from stainless steel, silicone, and even leather. Many of these pieces often feature inspirational quotes from the Bible that can offer guidance during trying times. There are stunning pieces of men’s Christian jewellery that offer just as much versatility and options as women’s collections. A cross necklace is a subtle way for men to add an additional level of distinction to an outfit. Crosses come in several lengths and sizes, each intricately designed as a symbol of earnest devotion to God. Options include gold and silver cross pendants, bracelets, and stainless steel styles that carry certain motifs or offer a basic, yet sleek design. No matter what your personal style preference, Christian jewellery offers enough diversity to suit with any man’s wardrobe. Article written by Christian.Jewelry. Christian jewellery in Silver and Gold. Choose from classic styles like cross pendants, necklaces, rings, earrings, bracelets and...

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