Author Archives: Rakesh Sashmal

How to shave your eyebrows like an expert at home

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If you’re planning to do your eyebrows at home, we’ve got the perfect solution for you. Eyebrow razor is one of the best beauty investments to make during the lockdown. They are easily available online and don’t even cost a comb. They can be a great alternative to threading, and… Read more »

6 wedding cake makers share their favourite flavour options

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Choosing cake flavours can be so difficult… because there are SO many incredible options. Deliciously light, rich and decadent, fruity and fresh…. whatever you want can be achieved with the right expert cake maker. Here, 6 expert cake makers share their favourite flavour options. Cakes of Distinction Maria of Cakes of… Read more »

Why Shrinking Your Social Bubble May Be Necessary Right Now

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Social bubbles or pods are a great way to stay within the CDC guidelines of physical distancing. The spread of COVID-19 may require cutting back on the number of people in your social pod. Having honest conversations with those in your social pod is the best way to keep everyone… Read more »

Why it’s worth investing in quality wedding stationery

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When it comes to stationery, you might be considering just whipping out the glitter glue and making a solid attempt at Microsoft Word yourself. Surely this is something you can skimp on, right? I mean… You could. But we are going to be honest, stationery experts are magicians. Here’s why… Read more »

5 things your fingernails say about your health that you can’t ignore

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If you have brittle, prone-to-breakage or yellowing nails, it could be more than just a damper to your manicure routine. Instead, they could be tell-tale signs of health disorders that you could otherwise miss. According to general physician Dr Aradhana Panda, “The process of general examination of a patient starts as soon… Read more »

People Caring for Grandchildren Face High Risks During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Older adults caring for grandchildren may face high risks during the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 2.7 million grandparents in the United States are raising their grandchildren. These families may face difficult choices about whether or not it’s safe to send children to school or daycare. As schools across the country… Read more »

Why people say not to spend money on a wedding videographer, and why you should consider it anyway

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If you’re getting married and money is tight, then obviously it makes sense to look at areas where you can cut costs, save, or attempt to DIY. You may consider ditching the wedding videographer in favour of other elements. Here’s why people may suggest that and why you should still… Read more »

WHAT’S IN YOUR MAKEUP BAG?: Glenda Raketti

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Packing what you’ll tote around with you all day is about choice and purpose. It’s about knowing the difference between what you want and what you need. BeauteSchool.com asked women of all ages and lifestyles “What’s In Your Makeup Bag” – their daily beauty essentials that they can’t live without… Read more »

People Without Symptoms Carry Just as Much of the Coronavirus as Symptomatic People

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New findings add to the growing belief that asymptomatic carriers may potentially be able to spread the virus just as readily as those with symptoms. The new studyTrusted Source found it took asymptomatic people 17 days to test negative for the virus after diagnosis, whereas it took symptomatic people 19 to 20… Read more »

The Pseudoscience of Beauty Products

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Last year, as part vanity project, part science experiment, I decided to adopt a new skin-care routine, something that an aging celebrity might use on a daily basis. My goal was to determine whether, in fact, a high-tech routine can make a difference. Are beauty products worth it? A dermatologist… Read more »