Fashion Trends for All Body Sizes
If there was one thing that you could change about your body, what
would it be? I bet there are people out there who would like to change
more than just one thing. There are many who say that they are too
skinny, others who claim that they are too large.
Unfortunately, not everyone has the money needed to get cosmetic
surgery and not everyone has the time needed to devote to an
exercise plan. While you may not necessarily be able to change the
way that your body is, you may be able to change the way that it looks.
You can do this with
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Some people believe that fashion trends are only for those who are
perfect. Well, we all know that nobody is perfect,and what you may not
necessarily realize is that fashion comes in all different sizes, shapes,
and styles. No matter what your size or your body build, you should be
able to find beautiful and attractive clothing to fit you and your needs.
It is recommended that you buy not only whats in style , but find a style that suits you personally.
Window shopping is one way to review the latest trends.
The best approach would be to visit the Style Sense Page at and let us make you look
Blackheads are tiny bits of terror that wreak havoc on facial skin.
The facial skin care market is flooded with chemicals, treatments and strips promising to rid the face of
blackheads. Save yourself a wealth of money and treat blackheads at home with a safe and natural
method of blackhead removal.

Baking soda is the most natural and effective way to treat blackheads at home. Whether you have a
large breakout of blackheads on a given portion of the face or one blackhead you want to remove,
baking soda will save the day.
Mixing baking soda with water to make a thick paste is the method you will use to remove blackheads.
After mixing this solution, apply to the area of the face where the blackheads are proficient. The natural
pulling or sucking properties of baking soda will literally suck the blackhead out of its hole. Leave the
paste on the area until it dries. You may need to reapply the moisture several times before the blackhead
protrudes enough to pull out with a pair of tweezers.

Treating blackheads at home is easy and natural. With the help of a little baking soda and water, you will
never have to spend more than a few cents to treat those blackheads and remove the unsightly
blemishes from your facial skin.
Cut the cheese

People who eat a diet rich in cheese regularly cut their risk for gum disease researchers show. The calcium helps nourish and support
healthy gum tissue.
Straw please

Beverages like fruit juices and energy drinks contain acids that erode tooth enamel. If you just can't deny yourself that diet soda which
you know has multiple damaging effects, grab a straw. The liquid passes right by your teeth.

Pass the toothpaste

When you brush with just tap water for two minutes, studies show you are cutting tartar production by 60%.
Power up

If you pick up an electric toothbrush you can reduce plaque by 11%. Using a power toothbrush rather than your old faithful manual
brush can also cut down the risk for gingivitis by 17%.
Here are a few simple ways to keep strong teeth for years to come.
Blow a bubble

When you chew sugarless gum you increase the production of saliva. This
wet laboratory in your mouth wipes bacteria away and helps to prevent
From: GlamHealth   
Treatments for Your Tresses That Are Good Enough to Eat
Recipes for Home Hair-Repair
If your hair is suffering from a lack of luster, split ends or general malaise, don't despair. The solution might be as close as
your kitchen. Here are some of the top treatments people swear by when it comes to adding life to their locks.

Want to soften hair and leave it shiny? Then mayonnaise is the conditioning condiment for you. Comb just
enough mayo through your hair to coat it lightly. Then leave on for 30 minutes before shampooing out per
normal. For a deeper conditioning treatment, place a shower cap on top of your mayo-coated locks and leave
on for longer (even overnight if you're feeling extra dry). Other interesting uses? Next time you get gum stuck
in your hair, rub Mayo in until the gum dissolves right out.

Used for centuries as health tonic, this tasty, tangy acid can help remove residue that dulls your hair.
Add about a tablespoon of vinegar to your hair as you rinse it. And if you have an itchy scalp or
dandruff, try massaging full-strength apple cider vinegar into your scalp before shampooing. In
addition to adding shine to your hair, vinegar is also known for its skin healing properties.
Finally! A way to benefit from eggs' natural proteins without the cholesterol! Crack a few eggs and
beat together in bowl. After shampooing, massage through your hair and leave on before rinsing out
thoroughly. This treatment should help repair or strengthen your hair follicles -- leading to silkier locks
with good body. Alternate ideas include whisking one egg yolk together with a dash of olive oil and 3/4
cups warm water.

Talk about green goddess. Once you're through with this rich hair mask you'll be
ready to take on the world. Combine an avocado, one egg yolk and a dash of olive oil and massage it
through your hair. As with most of these treatments, leave on for at least 30 minutes. Then shampoo,
rinse and condition as normal. And remember, even if an avocado is past its prime for your salad, you
can still use it on your hair so it doesn't go to waste.
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In Pakistan’s fashion scenario, men's fashion is a booming business, no matter what the level of its
existence may be. The fashionable man has arrived in every household. He spends hours
shopping, unlike a time when the word shopping made him fret. He is more aware of himself and
makes every attempt to make an impact, no matter which level of society he hails from. He spends
hours in a month at a spa, and gets his pedicure or facial amongst other services. They are overly
concerned about how they look, what they wear, and how they present themselves.

Even though men’s fashion around the globe has taken a turn, most men even today do not lust
after fashion as obsessively as their female counterparts and simply do not spend enough money
on clothes. They are just interested in looking good, and want to wear cool clothes and be
individual looking.
Fashion and clothing have been, and still are, the exclusive domain of women.

Even in the 16th century men were very conscious of what they wore.
The aristocratic class distinguished itself from the common class through their clothes, shoes,
hairstyles, and mannerism.
Pakistani men, throughout time have worn basically the same traditional outfit – the awami suit or
the shalwar-kameez as it is popularly known. Gone are the days of being patriotic!

Nowadays , like women, men too wear the Shalwar-Kameez in a variety of tasteful colors and
designs, making it trendy and in vogue.
Designer Rashid Ali Khan says, “The basic ensemble changed from province to province."
The feudal landlords had theirs embroidered and well-starched while the ordinary man just donned
the outfit, even if not properly ironed. He only dared to wear a starched awami suit or even an
embroidered one on happy occasions of Eid or his wedding.
The Punjabi natives mostly sport unstitched clothes called Lungis or Dhotis. Lungis or Dhotis are skirt like
nether garments, which are wrapped and tucked around waist. It is worn with the Kameez in formal settings,
and with a short waistcoat vest-like shirt in informal gatherings.
Pathan men also wear sleeveless embroidered vests over the Shalwar-Kameez. In
addition, they wear caps of various shapes and designs; the most common being the
Pukul Hat which is a flat round wool cap. The Balochis wear Turbans which have the
clothes tied in such a way that symbolize their tribal identity.
In Sindh highly decorative caps are common. Hats and caps
vary in cut and shape, as well as embroidery stitches and
patterns, according to the tribe or peoples of the particular
area. Their wearers may thus be immediately identified as to
their ethnic origin, economic standing and social status.
“Fashion starts from the high class,” says Rashid. “The rich can afford to change their wardrobe every
month or so and the new wardrobe reflects their changing tastes thereby setting new trends,” he says.

The trend of wearing the sherwani among the common class is restricted to weddings. The sherwani
comes in a variety of colors, like black, blues, greens and browns with the elegance of embroidery
using semi-precious stones.   
Pure silk Jamewar turbans and embroidered shawl complete the attire
making the groom look like a member of the royal courtyard of the
Maharajas and Emperors.
“Nowadays, the 60s Waheed Murad-Nadeem looks are very much in vogue,”
says Rashid.“The 60s was the trend setter in Pakistani male fashion. Waheed
Murad and Nadeem looks were very popular. Men started to wear boot-cut
trousers, big collars and tight fittings,” Rashid further elaborates.
The prime reason for successful universality of men’s fashion is the media exposure. Boys are
aware of the latest trends.
Today, men's fashion is not limited to aping only the clothes worn by the glamour men, but also
their entire style. Their hairstyle and all else is a part of the fashion world of today’s man.
Even the best suits need altering. Pants need to be shortened, jackets need to be brought in, sleeves need to
be narrowed (yes, you can ask your tailor to slim down your sleeves), and buttons need to be realigned with
buttonholes (most guys’ shoulders aren’t entirely even, meaning your jacket often sits a bit askew). You
should always buy your correct size, but you then need to have a tailor customize it to your body. It’s the
difference between being appropriately dressed and being stylishly dressed.

Style Statement: Buy a high-quality stainless-steel watch. It
looks as right with jeans it does with your best blazer.
When choosing socks, the basic rule is to consider the suit instead of
the shoe—in other words, if you’re wearing a navy suit with black shoes,
reach for navy socks. And when wearing a light suit, make sure the
socks are darker than the suit but a shade or so lighter than the shoes.
Unless you’re a hard-core fashion guy who favors a
superskinny tie, stick with one that measures about three
inches at its widest point. It will be narrower than traditional
ties, but not by too much. Tie one on and you’ll look modern
and sophisticated
Your wallet should not be as fat as a burrito. In fact, you should get rid of your wallet and, while you’re at
it, trash all the receipts, video cards, and other unnecessary crap that’s stuffed in it.
Buy an elegant, slim leather credit card holder and stock it with    
essential cards. Then, fold your cash in a money clip. All that other
nonsense can go in your desk drawer. You don’t need it.
Black dress shoes are easy—they’re understated and tasteful. Brown dress
shoes up the style factor. People notice them. They go best with gray, khaki, or
navy. Dark brown shoes are easier to pull off than light brown ones.
This one’s tricky. If you’re wearing a conventional white broadcloth dress shirt
(which means it’s fairly see-through), you have two options: Skip the undershirt
and you’ll look clean and stylish. Or, if you’re a hairy guy who perspires a lot
and you feel safer in an undershirt, wear a crewneck. The lines of a V-neck or
tank top will be visible beneath your shirt and tie and you’ll look cheesy. If you
prefer a V-neck or tank top, you might consider other dress shirts. Go for
ones with checks or stripes, which make an undershirt less visible. Or opt
for hardier fabrics, like an oxford cloth, which make undershirts
all but invisible.
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