We need a confidence boost! This summer has been rough on the world. Through quarantine, the rising pandemic numbers, and the inability to travel (or even leave the house in some places), our confidence is down. A fashionista thrives on the ability to express herself through her clothing. But with nowhere to go, the expression has surely been dampened. It’s hard to dress yourself to impress when you know you are staying home and not seeing anyone. Now what?
We know that land-based casinos use a variety of tactics to keep customers inside and encourage them to play more. Most of these tactics are based on smart design tricks. For example, casinos do not have windows, and there are no clocks on their walls. This is because of the feeling of time: when you step in a casino, the time stands still. But simple design tricks aren’t the only tool casinos use. They also get help from psychology and visual stimuli to increase your gaming time and even raise your bet amounts. This also applies to online casinos. In fact, we can even say that they make more use of psychological tactics because they do not have a physical presence: They have to be content with visual stimuli. The use of colors, in this regard, is one of the most common tactics used by online casinos.
With the rise of the ’80s trends in fashion and beauty, brightly-hued mascaras are back in a way that feels oh-so-modern! This once underestimated beauty product is now trending all over Instagram and even among celebrities. Just a few swipes with the mascara wand will add a summer vibe to all of your looks from casual to full glam. Flip through this article to discover all the cool ways to wear colored mascara this summer.
While Ultra Violet is the color of yesteryear, it’s pastel sister is alive and well in 2019. Lavender managed to dethrone millennial’s favorite pale pink and gain even more fame than the electric purple Color of the Year 2018. There’s no doubt that the world of fashion and beauty is obsessed with all shades pastel RN. However, if you are sick of the already-seen pastels, lavender will give you that dose of excitement like no other pale hue.
The color of coolness, freshness, and the sea breeze; the color of your favorite cocktail, the color of vigor and courage… It’s all about mint. A softer shade of green and turquoise, mint green is a great hit for the up and coming seasons, and we can’t get enough of this fresh shade! Minty fashion is everywhere, from clothing to accessories, from makeup to nail polish, and even walls in our homes are painted in this flirty color. It’s so universally flattering for almost all skin tones and so fabulous in combination with white, black, peach, beige, navy and almost all the shades of rainbow- so what’s not to love?
Rainbow colors instantly catch the eye, but they also put many fashionisers in a difficult position. How do you color block? How do you choose a colorful clothing piece correctly? How do you combine bright and bold colors? How do you embrace the color blocking trend without looking like a walking color wheel? At first sight, all these questions seem to be unsolvable, and many girls and women quite often just avoid the color blocking trend to keep from making fashion mistakes. However, we all know that fashion loves boldness, creativity and experiments. So, let’s learn how to color block the right way!
Pastels are no longer a rare choice. Ever since these universally flattering hues rose to fame, the pretty peach hair color has been one of the most requested dye jobs. Plain peach is the perfect summery shade, but there are many other peach blends that were trending on Instagram. From neon peach to the dessert-inspired peach cobbler, we have seen many stunning interpretations of this orange-meets-pink hair color. The latest trending hair color in the peach range is called ginger peach. It’s the perfect transition hair color that will take you from summer to fall. Read on to discover all the details about this unique hair color.
You’ve been looking for a job, and you’ve already gotten past the first hurdle. Your CV and cover letter have attracted the attention of a potential employer, and you’ve been called into an interview. You’re not out of the rain yet though. Most employers will decide if they like you within the first minute, often even before you begin speaking.