Michelle O's fluttering lashes were probably inspired by longwing butterflies. She starts by drawing a base of smaller lashes with an eye liner pencil, which extends right underneath her double wing. She then inserts two extra long individual pieces gave the bottom fringe for an added 3D affect.
Marinka J. makes use of her lower lashes to go with her sci-fi look. We're guessing she used lashes meant for the eyelid and ironed then out for an extra edge. The resulting effect goes well with the rest of her look: a masquerade mask of luminous green face paint, a full sun-burst style lash strip along her waterline, blue lips and a matching cerulean print on her cheeks.
Getting into a tub of ice sounds excruciating, but since ice can reduce inflammation and lessen joint pain, that means it could benefit those with super sore muscles. Studies have also shown that prolonged exposure to cold can activate brown
fat, which will help burn the white fat in your body, helping to keep
you slim. Read more
Wheat bread used to be considered the best pick for healthier sandwiches. But with the arrival offortified breads, health experts agree that even the white variety can provide near-equal health benefits of wheat. Here's why. Read more
Yoga is supposed to be that two-in-one exercise that can calm your mind and give you the exercise your body needs. Yet it can be pretty stressful at the same time. For one, there's the accidental farting thing. Then there's that humanistic fear of not being able to stretch as well as your classmates. Read more