If you’re looking for silky smooth, flawless skin that’s always ready to hit the beach, Brazilian hair removal is the way to go. Get ready to bare it all and flaunt what you’ve got with Brazilian hair removal. But don’t just go with any hair removal method. The cost of Brazilian waxing can add up quickly and removing hair with razors or depilatory creams can lead to missed spots, irritation, razor bumps, cuts, and more. Instead, try Brazilian laser hair removal at home with the use of an IPL device. Safe, effective, and most importantly sure to provide you with permanent results, you’ll wonder why you ever wasted so much time (and cash) on any other method.
Last year in November, I decided to go against the embedded routine of shaving for as long as I could. Now a year later I'm doing it again and I wanted to share what the process was like, and how it felt to go against the norm I knew.
It is the most desirable option that has the efficiency to impart good definitions to one’s body by culminating the adipose contents especially from all the localized and sensitive areas of the body parts. This surgical treatment gives a candidate the opportunity to wear all the desirable tight-fitting, fashionable clothes that one has always wanted to wear. Thus it is the most ideal and fundamental cosmetic surgical therapy that can enhance the physical appearance as well as improve one’s self-confidence.
Just as I had previously said that I regret LASIK (check out: I Regret LASIK Eye Surgery), I also regret the laser hair removal I had done at the same time I got LASIK (early 2017).
Laser tattoo removal is the most effective way to erase the tattoo. Though it is not always fruitful, lasers can solely operate rigorously on darkened tones while the light-toned tattoos lay hold of more sitting for the stain to dissolve entirely.
In 2018, U.S. consumers spent over $122 million on collagen products, according to WebMD. So, what, exactly is collagen and why are we going gaga over it?
Tattoos have always been a controversial topic, and they still are. For many, tattooed symbols have a negative connotation that can raise an eyebrow. Other people view them as a form of art that is worn proudly while others feel tattoos destroy a God-given, natural body. What is your opinion?
With the passage of time, perfumes are no longer a luxury item but they have become a necessity and you will find not one but many perfumes on every dresser be it a male for a female. People mostly stock perfumes based on their usage like the ones that are meant for office wear, also party perfumes, perfumes for date nights, etc. but then there’s one staple perfume that is perfect for everyday use and listed below are 5 such amazing ones.
My body is the temple of which my creator gave me. No one is perfect, but we all have dreams of being so right? Some of us accept the imperfections we have, and others of us simply put dream of the day we can afford making ourselves better and perfect. Self love and self-acceptance is important like confidence. Having a healthy state of mind for our self-image is necessary. Everyones body is beautiful and no one can be replaced. Especially since with the different kinds of technology beauty aestheticians use , cosmetic surgeons, and things they have these days for the sake of improving or skin and the improvement of our face and bodies.
It was 2019 when I was at my all-time low. I just got back home to Manila, Philippines after spending a whole year in Los Angeles, California. My girlfriend of four years and I broke up (and it was an ugly break up as well). My mom and I had a ridiculously huge fight about my sexuality, it tore our relationship like the ice caps in the Arctic, melting and can never be restored again. I was immensely depressed. The only time I would eat is whenever I was with my best friend (whom I owe a lot to, if it were not for here I would have lost my sh*t). My body was fueled by nothing but coffee, cigarettes, and alcohol. My nights were spent in a random stranger’s bed. My days were spent thinking about death. The only night I was in my own bedroom, I had a noose around my neck. My brother who I sparsely talk to, ringed me out of the blue right as I was about to kick the bucket as if he knew everything that was going on. A wake-up call (quite literally) that I needed so badly. I told myself right there and then, I will slowly pick myself up instead of withering into the dark abyss.
I figured there was no better way to start this than with the first line I wrote in my journal in 2016 entitled “Metamorphosis” - because I always knew walking through this rite of passage would need a memoir.
To close up my Body Art Series with Part Three lets reflect on the 3rd day of the Super Eventful year 2020 has become, I stumbled upon an inviting atmosphere. That seemed peculiar yet it definitely belonged in my late night stroll to the Museum of Modern Art for their UNIQLO Free Friday Nights. As my bestie and I strolled around Nolita we jumped to cute boutiques to different little storefronts the entire way to our impromptu Manhattan adventures. It led me to making an impulsive decision yet I’m still satisfied that I over came opposition in disfiguring myself.