A few years ago, a dermatologist told me that it was my fault that I continued to get ingrown hairs on my skin. I had done everything she told me, including changing my razors every time I shaved, shaving in the direction of the hair follicles, and washing the skin with an antiseptic wash after I shaved.
Much to my dismay, I continued to get ingrown hairs on my bikini line and my legs. I switched over to waxing, which further exacerbated my problem, until I read about the condition some more and began to realize that some types of skin are more prone to getting ingrown hairs than others.
Physical appearance is very important to most women. They want to look their best virtually around the clock. No matter how much hard work and effort a woman may put into her physical fitness and her appearance she may never look exactly how she wants to look because of her body proportions. There are woman that are blessed with the genetics that provide them with near perfect proportions. They have great legs, a trim waist, a perfectly round and firm behind and ample breasts that are nice and perky. Other women are not fortunate enough to have all of these wonderful features because of genetics.
It’s no secret that the most luxurious, precision-based and yet beautifully designed watches are developed in Switzerland. From the most expensive pieces, such as the famous “Hublot Classic Fusion Haute Joaillerie” valued at a shocking $1 million due to its 1,185 encrusted diamonds, to the more budget-friendly Omega watches, the Swiss have developed a watchmaking industry that holds no international competition.
Interestingly, watchmaking only began in Switzerland around the mid-1500s. Geneva was under strict rules forbidding the display of wealth, such as jewelry. Jewelers were thus forced to find new outlets for their talents and knowledge, and only then discovered the art of watchmaking. This new skill became a huge asset to the region as watches became a popular commodity worldwide, and Geneva became the center for watchmaking innovation and production. By the mid-1800s, the Swiss were the most important watch manufacturers in the world and this is a reality that exists till today in the luxury watch market.
Cashmere is a popular fashion piece that is also a favorite gift option for the holidays and for the cold season. Pure cashmere apparel comes with a big price tag, but it is still very much in demand and sought after in the fashion world. Its propensity for warmth and comfort are just some of the factors that make it a highly valuable commodity. But what really makes cashmere so expensive?
Making cashmere fashion garments
There are specific types of goats that produce the wool that is made into cashmere, which is taken from the soft undercoat of these animals. In making one sweater alone with a two-ply makeup, it would require more than two goats.
Producing cashmere is a laborious job that involves separating the undercoat from the top coat, which is typically done by hand. All these factors and more contribute to cashmere’s low production rate on a global scale. This is in stark contrast to the high production rate of sheep’s wool.
So you want to know how to turn your home into a fashionable destination in 2016? You have to be fast on your fashion feet to keep up with the trends in the interior design world. Nothings ever stays the same, whether it's hot new colors gathering momentum, fresh silhouettes emerging or wholesale changes of attitude – being at the front-end of interior design takes some doing.
Luckily for you, we've distilled some of the latest fashions in interiors into four easily digestible points. Sit back and read these tantalizing trending tidbits, then decide how best to interpret them in your own home interiors.