Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Friday, 13 March 2015
Colorful eye liner: No worries, if you don’t want to spend money on colorful eyeliner. Still, you can flow with the fashion trend. Your eye shadow can be used as liner with little added tricks. Add a few drops of water in your favorite color of eye shadow and your liner is ready. Apply it with a pointed makeup brush.
Makeup setting spray: Buy a spray bottle. Load it with water and add a bit of glycerin. Spray a little amount of the solution on face after makeup is done; it will set the makeup as soon as it dries.
Foundation blender: Foundation cream may appear cakey/chalky on face after some time of application. Just dab some water on makeup sponge or brush and sweep it back and forth on the cakey/chalky area of the face.
Long lasting eye shadow: Gently dab the eye shadow brush in water and then apply shadows on your lid. The shadow will stay long and they will remain fresh.
Makeup brush cleaner: Take a bowl filled with luke warm water. Deep all the brush and let them sit for 5-10 minutes. You may add a bit of baby shampoo. Rinse off the brush with clean water.
Face cleanser: Add a few rose petals and clove in the water and keep it aside for 7-8 days. You can use it for cleaning your face.
Wednesday, 4 March 2015
Tuesday, 3 March 2015
Body fights itself: Immune system is meant to fight germs and foreign invaders. A healthy body recognizes its own cells and understands what are foreign cells and need fighting off. However, in some people the immune system is faulty in a way and it attacks normal cells, which is called as autoimmune disease.
Trial and error is common to diagnose the disease: Many autoimmune diseases affect various parts of the body and symptoms may come and go. It is difficult for experts to diagnose in such condition in one go.
Over 80 type of autoimmune diseases: There are over 80 types of autoimmune diseases. Some of such diseases are Celiac disease, Crohn's disease, endometriosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, narcolepsy, psoriasis, and rheumatoid arthritis.
It is common: Many people suffer from autoimmune disorder.
It may be genetic: Autoimmune diseases can be genetic, but genes don't paint the whole picture. Environmental factors and infection play major role in triggering such diseases.
It is not allergy: Symptoms of autoimmune diseases are sometimes confused for allergic reactions; but it is not allergy.