Sunday, December 29, 2013

About Coco Chanel Perfume

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Coco by Chanel entered the market in 1984. Jacques Polge, the designer of many famous fragrances, used an Oriental background to create this perfume considered a classic one. The deep, spicy but elegant notes are brought by coriander, mandarin, Bulgarian rose, cloves, amber, and vanilla. Coco by Chanel stands out of the path with its sophisticated and classy scent.

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Coco Mademoiselle   

 Again Jacques Polge is the nose behind this new Chanel fragrance, which was firstly marketed as eau de parfum in 2001, and one year later as eau de toilette. Winner of FIFI Award Best National Advertising Campaign/TV 2008, Coco Mademoiselle depicts a delicate floral symphony made of May rose, jasmine, and Florentine iris, enhanced with the fruity touch of Sicilian oranges, grapefruit, and bergamot. The rich base notes are sustained by the courageous combination of Bourbon vanilla, musk, and Indonesian patchouli. Coco Mademoiselle is an intelligent choice for modern women who are not afraid of being feminine and exciting.

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Coco Noir

Coco Noir, released in September 2012, came to emphasize a new vision about the Oriental fragrances: mystery, passion, and sensuality veiled with femininity. The formula of this perfume offers modern scents combined with delicacy. Jacques Polge, who works for Chanel since 1978 and Christopher Sheldrake created Coco Noir to be a dark but romantic fragrance by melting the fresh top notes of grapefruit and Calabrian bergamot into the sensual accords of jasmine, patchouli, musk and vanilla. The subtle “noir” feeling makes Coco Noir one of the most seductive fragrances best rated by women.

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Saturday, December 7, 2013

How to Get Rid of Unwanted Facial Hair

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Many men and women have a big problem with surplus hair growth, especially that on their face. Men may not like having eyebrows that tend to meet over the bridge of their nose or sideburns that extend too far down below where their jawline starts. Women may feel embarrassed because they have a thin layer of hair over their lips, right below their nostrils. The good news is that it is always possible to remove excess facial hair temporarily - if you are willing to do this on a consistent basis, you may have a smooth face eventually that may look more attractive to you and the people you interact with.

One of the most common ways to remove excess facial hair is through waxing. You can either go to a professional waxing salon so they can do this for you or you can simply buy do-it-yourself waxing kits from a pharmacy that you can try out in private. The advantage with going to a pro is that they may be able to reach areas of your face that you don’t have a clear view of, even with a mirror. For example, if you are a guy who wants to remove sideburns then you have a problem because you can only tilt your face enough to see some areas but not the whole sideburn area. Letting a pro handle the waxing can also be good because waxing does entail some pain on your part – so you might hesitate to do all the waxing once you feel how painful it is.

Relying on DIY waxing kits at home also depends on your threshold of pain. It is cheaper of course than going to a waxing salon but you need to do it fast (such as when you pull away the waxing film from the hairy area) so that you don’t feel the pain so much as hairs get pulled from their roots. It can also be awkward since you might not know how much waxing to do to get the results you want. In addition, using some questionable DIY waxing sets might trigger an allergic reaction on your skin – which could be more painful and harmful than the hairy areas ever were.

Since you want to be as safe as possible when removing surplus facial hair, you may want to get help from a dermatologist first. Your dermatologist can not only advice you on good safe products for waxing but she can also check when you develop an allergic reaction to see how bad the damage is. Your other safe option when removing surplus hair is to use a sharp implement like an old fashioned razor blade to start scraping away the hair from the base. As long as you don’t slip and cut yourself, this should be a painless procedure that is approximately as effective as a do-it-yourself wax job could ever be. 

Remember though that hair does grow back so you need to keep up the effort as part of your regular grooming routine for a lifetime to see consistent results. For  more information about hair removal or beauty tips, visit us online at Sheniko Beauty Store. We would love to hear from you!