Hi, my name is Feven, and I am an Eritrean Canadian living in Toronto, Ontario. I am a creative individual who enjoys writing and creating content. If you want to know more about my experiences, I would be happy to share them with you. ☺️
The Top 5 Best Jeans To Buy
Hi guys! Here are the five best jeans out there that we all love to wear. 1. Widsom and Jeggings - The great thing about these jeggings is that they give you the look of jeans without any discomfort. It should be noted, however, that the thinner fabric is more likely to wear out more quickly. It is tough to find jeans that are this cute, comfortable and well-fitting when they are so well-made. The jeggings are actually made of denim, but they have the feeling of leggings so they look like denim. Besides having a light whiskering, the jeans have a fade for a more authentic look. Because it comes in petite sizes, you won't have to worry about your skinny jeans bunching up around your ankles when you wear them. If you want to wear them with boots, they are perfect for tucking in. They are available in a wide range of sizes as well. This ranges from 00 - 18 sizes.
What To Not Bring In A Carry-On Bag
Hi guys! I recently went on a trip to Norway, I had a great time, but I encountered some problems. I put the wrong items in my carry-on bag. Most of my personal items removed during security in Frankfurt, such as face wash and heat-protective hair oil. What they did was throw it away. It came as a surprise to me. It is likely that many of you already know how expensive those items are. Having learned what not to pack in a carry-on, I compiled a list of what not to bring below.
My Nail Salon Visit
I recently got my nails done at the crazy nail salon. I wanted to share my experience with them. So I made an appointment on Nov 16 2022 and went in the next day. So the next day came, I got showered and dressed and went to the nail salon. Let me tell you guys, that it was in the morning so there were only like two people there, plus me. The nail salon isn't that far from where I live so I walked there. When I got there, the lady told me you have an appointment, and I was like, yeah I do. Then the process didn't take that long. She told me to choose a colour so I chose purple. I absolutely love purple. Ever since I was a little kid I loved the colour purple. I just like that it comes in all shades of colour like dark and light. I prefer light purple, to be honest. I think you can mix and match light purple. Nonetheless, back at the nail salon. I chose the colour and then sat at the table. I didn't wait that long till the lady started doing my nails. She first started by trimming my nails. She trimmed them till they were short enough. Then she started buffing the surface of my nails. It's important to buff so that the acrylic sticks onto the nails. After that, she pushed back my cuticles. She used a metal cuticle pusher to push back my cuticles. She didn't wet my hands before doing this, I read somewhere that you can soak your fingers in wet water for a few minutes so they can be kept fine. But I noticed she didn't do that for me. Next, she started applying the acrylic nails. She went ahead and found the right sizes. It's essential if your tip doesn't fit your nail perfectly, always file it down to size. It's much better if it looks a little too small. She went ahead and placed a dab of glue on the tip from the side to side and applied it to my natural nail. She held it in place for five seconds allowing the glue to dry. She even used a small amount of glue so it doesn't touch the skin. Then she got all the acrylic materials ready. She poured the liquid acrylic into the acrylic dish and poured some powder into a separate dish. The next step she did was to dip the brush into the dish and brush it against the side of the bowl to remove excess liquid. She ran the brush into an acrylic powder so that a small moist ball collects at the end of the brush. In the second step, she applied the acrylic mixture to my nails. She flattered the acrylic ball over the line and brushed it down to the tip. She then spread it quickly and smoothly so that the transition between the natural nail and the acrylic tip is smooth. It's also important to place the second ball of acrylic to your cuticles but not too close. The next few steps are, letting the acrylic dry, shaping the nails, and colouring the nails. So she went ahead and let the acrylic dry. then she started shaping my nails. She asked what shape I wanted and she went ahead and shaped them. She used a buffer to buff the surface of the nails too. Lastly, she applied the purple nail polish colour. She used a clear coat first on my nails, let them dry in a drying machine then applied the purple nail polish then put my hands back into the drying machine. She then took my hands out and applied another clear coat for the finishing touch. She moisturized my hands as well. The machine is lovely, by the way, it dried my nails pretty quickly. What I like about this salon is that everyone there is friendly, and they treat you well.
Hi! Today I will share the experience I had with wearing acrylic nails. I first started doing my nails when I was young; I remember experimenting with different colours when I was about 13 years old. I never really wore them all the time, but I used them whenever I felt like painting nail polish could match your clothes and make you think beautiful. There are different ranges of colours to choose from, such as blue, pink, purple, green, and yellow. My all-time favourite nail polish would be purple because purple is my favourite colour. Other colours I use other than purple would be pink, But I usually go for purple, not dark purple, but light purple, like a lavender colour. As I grew older and went into college, painting nails was my go thing to do. I would experiment with different colours, but this time I wanted to try something different. So I went ahead and painted my nails with designs like white and red dots. I remember going to school that day and getting compliments on them. I enjoy painting my nails; I think it's an enjoyable thing to do. As for painting your nails, sometimes it can be pretty tiring. Doing them yourself all the time, I remember doing them for the first time and messing up, and it would get everywhere on the side of my nail. Yeah, not fun at all. I would have to remove them with nail polish remover. Also, sometimes nail polish doesn't stay on for that long. It depends on what brand you are using. Whenever I paint my nails, I use two coats of nail polish; then, I add a clear coat to finish. It usually lasts two weeks, then it starts to fade off, which is annoying sometimes, but as I said, it depends on what brands you use. Now in the present day, as much as I like painting my nails myself, I am more recently into getting them done professionally in a salon. Whenever I go to the salon, I get Acrylic nails, which look so cute. The first time I got Acrylic nails were in 2022. That was the first time I ever got Acrylic nails; I usually go to the salons to get my natural nails painted. Still, I wanted a change, so I went ahead and got Acrylic nails this time. I went to the salon near my house when I first got them done. It's called crazy nails salon. I made an appointment with them the day before, and they filled me in for the next day. I was going on a trip to Niagara falls that weekend, so I wanted my nails to get done and look nice. So I went to the appointment the next day and walked into the salon. They didn't let me wait for that long, then told me to choose a colour. So this time, I remember I went for reddish pink. So I decided on the colour, picked it up and sat at one of the salon chairs, waiting for the lady to do my nails. She asked what nail shape I wanted, and I told her square-shaped nails. I thought they looked pretty. So she went ahead and did them. She finished filling the nails and all that put on the Acrylic nails. She shaped them square and filed them again. After doing the process, she finally painted them. She then put my hands into this drying device, which dries pretty quickly. The whole process was new, so I just went with the flow. Otherwise, in the end, it had a nice finishing look. My nails came out great. After a few weeks, the nails started to chip off, and I was not looking forward to that. I usually get shellac colours, so it doesn't normally chip. But then again, I could always get them done again.