Rhinoplasty Makeup Tips For Women For After Surgery

Rhinoplasty is one of the safest and generally most satisfying plastic surgeries in the market today. The results can be dramatic and long-lasting. Yet, in order to get to those perfected results, you have to wait through several weeks or a …Read More

Improper Cleaning Can Permanently Damage Your Hair Straightener

Today, hair straighteners or hair irons are used by many women. Now these products are in bigger demand then ever. In fact even the men are using the curling irons and hair straighteners to style their hair to sport a different …Read More

Keratosis Skin Problem – Overview of Different Types

The keratosis skin condition is an overgrowth of keratin on the skin. Keratin is a tough and fibrous insoluble protein that is the main structural component of the epidermis (the outer layer of skin), nails, and hair. When the keratin component …Read More

Differences Between Engineer Grade, High Intensity Prismatic, and Diamond Grade Reflective Sheeting

What is the difference between Standard Reflective (Engineer Grade or Type I), and High Intensity (Type III) and Diamond Grade (Type XI) reflective sign material? Engineer Grade Engineer Grade Reflective Sheeting typically meets ASTM D4956 Type 1 standards and is an enclosed film …Read More

His Most Famous Print (The Prophet) – Emil Nolde

Emil Nolde (1867-1956) was a German ‘Expressionist’ painter and printmaker. ‘Expressionism’ is an art movement in which the concepts were derived from nature, the figures deformed or magnified, and the colors were heightened. Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein, and Otto Mueller were …Read More

The History Of The Paint Brush

Paint brush manufacture dates back to prehistoric times, when wall and cave drawings suggest some form of brush was used. Brushes have been discovered in Egypt, which were made from split palm leaves, and it is an accepted fact that writing …Read More

A Red Wiggler Worm’s Life Cycle

A red wiggler worms life cycle goes through different stages. It starts from the cocoon or egg stage, until the mating stage again. But we will really never know which came first, much like the egg and chicken theory. But did …Read More