As a child, my parents never pierced my ears because they wanted to leave that decision to me as I grow older. At 11 years old, I told my mom I wanted my ears pierced and she took me to a parlour to get it pierced. That was when I first discovered the beauty in self-expression through art like tattoos and piercings.
We all want to look our best, flaunting thick hair, clear, pore-free skin without any wrinkles. We long to have thin hips, a small waist and breasts that are high and firm. But, unfortunately most of us are stuck with a less than perfect face and body. Time limitations, work, family obligations, and little time for ourselves causes stress which shows on our faces and bodies. We get bellies in the front and big, round butts in the back from too much sitting in a day. Cellulite begins to form everywhere and it is hard to get rid of once it's there. The skin on our faces is sallow and drawn. Lines begin to form around our eyes and mouth. Either dark circles or puffiness starts to blur the beauty that was once your eyes.
“Take your messed up face somewhere else!” this stranger yelled before they slammed their door on me. This is actually the harshest experience I’ve ever had that I can remember involving my port wine stain birthmark on my cheek. Not so bad, right? I think the reason I was particularly sensitive in this instance was because I was canvassing for a non profit I really put my heart into for over a year. So there were other completely non related reasons I was hurt over this person’s reaction anyways. You could say the reasons this instance affected me had nothing to do with anything only skin deep.
Tattoos, in my opinion, are walking canvases. I love tattoos, the style, the design, and the story behind it. I love hearing the story behind the tattoo of the person who got it. I find it exciting to listen to the idea or inspiration behind the tattoo. The levels vary when the person tells me why they got the tattoo. Sometimes they're funny, or a traumatic event they went through and managed to rise above it, or it's something simple like a wedding band or the name of their newborn baby.
So you want to get a tattoo. It might be your first, or you might already have a sleeve, but there are some things that you might want to think about before you get any tattoo. And some of these might apply to you, or all, or none. Take what you want and leave others to other people. Remember that it is your body, and do what you want with it, but maybe look at a wost tattoo video online before you make the jump. Let’s all do our thing and adorn our bodies with what we want.
I will start this post off by saying that there is a misconception that women have to use women product and men have to use men products. This may be true for some stuff but not for all. This misconception is why I wanted to try out and review dollar shave club. So let's get started.
In the 21st century, Plastic surgery has become a household term for many who dreamed of altering their appearance just like many celebrities and models are found to have undergone the surgery to look more appealing to the public. Such was the need for this kind of surgery that a report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons or ASPS reads that in 2018 alone; Americans have spent an estimated $16.6 Billion on Cosmetic and Plastic surgery. In the same year, over 7 million Americans have performed Botox which is considered a minimally-invasive procedure (a kind of cosmetic surgery).
Surgery can be a frightening word for many people. There is a sense of the unknown that comes along with putting your life in the hands of another. No matter the service you require or the reason for your visit, it is important to take time to research your options. Simply accepting anyone to use a knife on your body can be an easy way to gamble with your future. For those who are looking to undergo breast augmentation, there can be a lot of valid concerns floating around. To feel secure in your choice, you need to do homework.