Life Style

Changing life-style of asserting Indian women

September 13, 2019 06:49 PM
Pampered beautiful nails of a women
With the new asserting generation of young girls and women, as a class are now showing them self,much better then males in every way of life. Breaking with tradition of sharmili-type and stay-home-type, to grabbing top jobs in banks, ITs and software industry. highly talented women are everywhere, winning great positions in IFS, IAS, IPS and now in Defence as well. Even leaving men far behind in sports, and  winning individual Gold medals.
With these achievements in pockets, the women do not miss any opportunity, to take care of their appearances by wearing branded dresses and occasionally wearing sarees. Take full advantage of Health Club and Gyms to keep figure fit and make expressive expression with rounded body potions,which attracts the exploring gaze of men.

Another area is manicure. What is a manicure? It is a cosmetic treatment where your hands are pampered and your nails are clipped, polished and groomed.

Women indulges in a cosmetic treatment of the hands involving shaping and often painting of the nails, removal of the cuticles, and softening of the skin. A standard manicure usually includes filing and shaping the nails and coating them with nail polish, as well as soaking and moisturising the hands. However, there are also specialist manicures for just the hands, or just as a nail treatment.

A manicure is done on your natural nails and normally includes removing any existing nail polish, cleaning and conditioning your cuticles, filing and shaping your nails, applying moisturizers to your hands, a hand/forearm. This helps to improve blood circulation and improves mobility for the joints. With regular manicures, the chances of your nails developing fungi and other infections are reduced.

Whether or not, you opt for a gel or traditional polish formula, the truth is that regular manis of any kind can weaken your natural nails. "The manicure process can lead to dehydration and thinning of the nails plates, “says Dr. Adigun, mentioned this on internet.

I was prompted to write this blog, after I saw, one Japanese girl mother of two, having pampered her foot with artificial nails and other decorative used for making beautiful foot nails more attractive.

Interpretation of five types of Gaze are explained by a specialist from USA, Marty Nemko who says: looking at the person's face for longer than one second. This is the rarest type of eye contact. Most often, the recipient is about the same age as the looker and is conventionally attractive.

I observed that, on average, men are more likely to look that long at a woman than vice-versa. When a woman is doing the looking, it's more often at an attractive woman. One hypothesis is that's even in today's feminist era, many women feel it's too aggressive to look that long at an attractive man.
When seeing a sexually attractive person, many Americans of both sexes try to maintain a deadpan appearance but it's hard to control such things as widening of the eyes or a slight upward curl of their mouth's corners.

Of course, there are false positives, which can occur, for example, if the person thinks s/he knows you or likes something on your face: eyeglasses, earrings, etc.

Looking at the person for 1/2 to 1 second. This may suggest interest, perhaps sexual attraction, platonic attraction, or simply that your appearance is interesting enough to warrant a glance, for example, if s/he likes your hairstyle.

Looking straight ahead. The person can still see you with peripheral vision but has looked directly at or away from you. This can mean one of many things: S/he is spacing out, shy, introverted, thinking about something else, or neutral to your appearance. The latter often is the case when a young person sees someone who is much older. Looking straight ahead is more likely to be a reaction to you if, 10 to 40 yards away, you notice him or her looking at you and as s/he gets closer, stares straight ahead.

Looking away without changing facial expression. That may mean s/he finds you moderately unattractive and/or that s/he's responding negatively to your having established eye contact---It says, "I'm not interested."

Looking away with a look of disdain. After a quick glance at you, the person looks away while his/her face goes from flat to scoffing, for example, upper lip curled in disdain, flared nostrils, or even a sneer that says "You gross me out." Of course, it could also be that, at the moment, s/he had a negative thought having nothing to do with you.

A moment of eye contact can send a signal, so might you want to be more conscious about how you look at people?
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