Tylers' Haistyling Tips

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As far as what i do to style it, for the old haircut (1st pic) I used to comb it all down and straighten it in front of my face, then comb it kind of over my right eye and with the other bang to he left side and re-straighten it in its new position (thick wavy hair doesn't like to cooperate) Then for spiking out the back when the mood struck me, i'd kind of run my fingers up the back of my head and pull out the water after a shower to sort of sudo-dry it in that position already, then when straightening came i'd straighten it straight up, and finally I'd add some texturizer and run my hands up through the back and pull out ward, we have a closet in my house where you can see behind you so i'd usually use that to check for missed spots, don't add too much or it'll fall down, then usually once i got it staying nice and up I'd use the left over Texturizer on my hair to smooth it out and kind of hold it in place, my hair is thick so i'd basically pancake my bang between my palms and smoothen it out. then add a bit of hairspray to the back to hold it in place.

For my new hair I'm still experimenting The back is cut so I can spike it out But I've decided to go with wax to spike it which i'm still experimenting with (hence why i have no pictures of that) If you have really long hair i'd suggest some type of wax, simply because it has structure and seems less like lethal spikes than gel, and texturizer would barely help and you'd be holding everything up with hairspray alone otherwise. However it would be a similar idea, running your waxed fingers through you're hair and pulling outwards to make all of the hair stand up, for the front and sides, i pretty much just straighten them and add a bit of texturizer to hold them in place or Depp anti-frizz depending how staticy my hair is. For the bangs I simply straighten everything out and comb it into place so it blends nicely. once it grows a bit further i'll be able to do a fore head showing part but at the moment it doesn't work out to well.

So there is what i did for my old hair and what i do for my new haircut... theres actually a story behind my old haircut and the transitions it underwent before i got it as i liked it..then lobed half of it off lol.


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Never Too Old to Act Young

A JUGGLER on a unicycle wobbles past a cluster of clubgoers, deftly avoiding a collision that might spill their candy-color cocktails down the front of premium-label jeans. A clown on stilts hobbles past a table full of neatly coiffed men with untucked dress shirts who don’t even look up from their drinks. It’s hard enough to project an air of unwavering cool at New York nightclubs. It’s even harder to do so in the presence of a clown.

But Carnival at Bowlmor Lanes, which opened last month on University Place, is not just any club; it owes more to the memory of P. T. Barnum than Steve Rubell. With 16,000 square feet of wire walkers, sword swallowers and Coney Island-style games like ring toss and goldfish pong, it’s a working carnival within the confines of a nightclub.

At this carnival, however, you wash down corn dogs with $14 blue-cotton-candy martinis, and the carnies barking out “Step right up, folks” look more like recent N.Y.U. sociology graduates than ex-cons.

“It’s like a cross between Circus Circus and the Boardwalk at the Jersey Shore,” said Rudy Temiz, 31, an electronics retailer who had just won two goldfish and three plush toys, and was enjoying a drink with a friend.

At first glance, such a splashy approach to after-hours fun seems at odds with the recessionary era in night life, where conventional wisdom has it that low-key is the new black. But with its emphasis on participatory fun, Carnival at Bowlmor Lanes is keeping with the move toward interactive night life.

Nightcrawlers who are weary of Club Row haunts offering little more than $400 bottle service and tedious electronica beats often drop the attitude — well, some of it — and settle in for a night of table tennis among the celebrities at SPiN New York (co-owned by Susan Sarandon) in the Flatiron district, martini-fueled gutterballs at Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge on West 42nd or miniature golf in a foursome of plaid-shirt types at Bushwick Country Club in Brooklyn. (Carnival’s proprietor, Tom Shannon, was an early adopter. His Bowlmor Lanes bowling alley one floor below has been a magnet for trendy young clubbers for years.)

Particularly in lean times, the thinking goes, people have little patience with velvet ropes and bottles of Grey Goose. What they want is escapism.

“It’s the perfect club for this economy,” said Candice Spano, 23, a hairdresser from Staten Island. “The standard club is everyone sitting around talking and you can’t even hear each other,” she said. “Here, you don’t have to entertain each other. Here, you get entertained.”

Jack Anteby, 28, a wholesale jeweler from Brooklyn, certainly seemed to be. Surrounded by friends, he fired a fastball into a target a dozen feet away in the “Get Tanked” booth. Steee-rike! A lever swung, a trap door opened and a female employee in shorts and a T-shirt plunged into a tank of water. Mr. Anteby raised a fist in triumph. “I’m the only one who’s hit it, with at least 60 balls thrown!” he crowed.

His wife, Doris Anteby, said that her husband’s favorite place was the Seaside Heights Boardwalk in New Jersey, and he had been pestering her to come to the club since it opened. “He’s almost 30, but he acts 10,” she said.

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New Trends Medium Bob and Pixie Hairstyles

New Trends Medium Bob and Pixie HairstylesNew Trends Medium Bob and Pixie Hairstyles

New Trends Medium Bob and Pixie HairstylesNew Trends Medium Bob and Pixie Hairstyles

New Trends Medium Bob and Pixie HairstylesNew Trends Medium Bob and Pixie Hairstyles

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Our New Friend Show: Katlyn -very cool! love the hairstyle and eyes!

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Jewelry fashion trends

Jewelry fashion industry concentrates on accessories of various styles and materials. First of all you have to choose the material, which will make it easier for you to choose the model. Only after you've decided what kind of material you want, start looking for some certain thing. Don't forget to consider your style issues before purchasing a certain thing. Although in most cases accessory is used to fulfill the style, sometimes it can be used to create a style, so be careful and decide what is creating your looks - clothing or accessory.

The most fashionable material for today is definitely silver. If you prefer gold, you should choose white gold. Silver is so popular because it goes perfectly with almost any other material. Moreover, it is less noticeable and helps to create bohemian style, which is very fashionable for this moment. If you want to be really trendy, choose bracelets and necklaces that are made of silver and gems. Such combination is on top.

It is very easy to match silver and gems with any style, for you may choose gems of various colors and types, so it would match the coloring of your wardrobe. You don't have to purchase a whole complex of jewelry (usually consist of ring, earrings, necklace and bracelet), because such peaces goes together perfectly even if they are different.

Another popular material is surely diamond. It's very elegant and creates an image of luxury, so you should prefer appropriate style if you want to wear accessory made of diamond. Diamond is used together with metal. Silver, platinum or white gold incrassated with diamond is the ultimate choice if you want to look really trendy.

Not so long ago massive jewelry was on top, however today fashion says no to huge accessory details. Yet there's a way out even if you like bigger jewelry. You may purchase any size jewelry peace if it's made of material that creates illusion of lightness. The illusion is usually achieved by using small peaces of material instead of big.

For those who don't like metal, jewelry fashion designers offer accessory made of such materials as stone, pearls, felted wool, wood or even bone. Just like with all materials you have to be very careful while choosing one of those. The benefit of such jewelry is that you'll surely look very original and fashionable.

No matter what material or color you choose, the most important thing is that jewelry must serve as a fulfillment of your style. While choosing your accessory, the first thing you should consider is whether the jewelry will serve its function and match perfectly with your clothing and its coloring. However, don't ever purchase the thing you don't like.

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Homecoming Dresses




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Swimsuit trends for summer 2009

Swimsuit trends for summer 2009 Sunny and warm days announce to us hat the summer is comming soon. We want to share with you the hottest swimwear trends. Let's greet the summer while being stylish and fashionable!

This year swimsuits are made according to the main fashion tendencies of the season. They include bright and lively colors, emphasis on one - shoulder, cut - away pieces, sheer fabrics and a large amount of jewerly. You are invited to choose monokinis as well as bikinis.

• One - shoulder swimsuits. This type of swimwear is especially popular this year. One - shoulder bikini or monokini will make you look originally and elegantically. You can find examples of such swimsuits in the collections of Herve Leger, Victoria's Secret, Max Azria, Gottex and Gucci.

• Cut - away pieces. Cut pieces in various shapes and size will make your swimsuit playful and sexy. This type of swimsuits is presented by Amanda Wakely, Carmen Marc, Dsquared, Herve Leger by Max Azria. Besides, a lot of famous designers such as Gottex, Victoria's Secret, Marios Schwab, Max Azria suggest that you may choose a swimsuit that combines several stylish styles. For example, this summer will also be fashionable swimwear that contain the motives of one - shoulder and cut - out pieces at the same time.

• Bright colors. Rocha Cha, Gottex, Beach Bunny and others invite to choose bright and vivid colors in bikinis or monokinis. One or more bright colors may dominate there. Red, pink, violet, yellow, blue or emerald - all these colors will look splendidly this season!

• This summer it is also important not only the stylish type of a swimsuit but also variations of wearing it. When you do not plan to swim in the sea or lake, put a sheer fabric dress or tunic on your swimsuit. This magnificient combination will emphasize your tan and make you look really fashionable! In his collection Max Azria offers light and nude tones of share fabric in clothes. Milly by Michelle Smith, converesly, invites to dress in colorful and decorated with flower prints sheer clothes.

• Famous fashion designers also suggest to wear massive jewelry together with swimsuits. The other stylish details include sunglasses, handbags, panama hats or belts. Moreover, do not be afraid to put a leather or silk jacket on your swimwear. One more important accent for your image is high - heeled sandal shoes. Thus, let your imagination flow and pick the most lovely and fashionable items for you. With them you will look modern and stylish this year!

Next to the tendencies mentioned above, there are and other fashionable trends for swimwear. They include various geometrical ornaments or leopard prints, details of jeans, fishnet, not ordinary and unexpected color combinations.

We hope that these trends will be helpful for you to choose the most siutable and fashionable swimsuit this summer!

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Yes,thahu rocks! Hairstyle emo

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The Boys Of Summer

The Boys Of Summer
See our favourite male models from the spring/summer 2010 shows

Call us fickle but it was more than just the clothes and accessories that caught our eye during the spring/summer 2010 shows. Every now and again - interspersed with the ruffles, sorbet colours and lingerie detailing that we saw in every city - there was reason to sit up straight with focused attention - the boys.

In New York, at the Tommy Hilfiger show, we were treated to a polished sort of modern gentleman, while Lacoste gave us sporty, grass court-ready boys.

Meanwhile, in Milan, the DSquared boys were ready for campfire stories at the great outdoors-inspired show and Roberto Cavalli was on form with his sexy specimens at Just Cavalli.

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Eva Mendes Pictures

Eva Mendes at 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards:
Eva Mendes is Beautiful in Brown at Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes represented the over 30 set at the Young Hollywood Awards last night at Club Nokia. The actress, who's a young 37, was at the event in a stunning brown gown.
She was a presenter at the annual show and gave a Art of Elysium philanthropy award to David Anguiano. She looked amazing as she did so, as did the show's other hot attendees. Also at the big show were an adorable Elle Fanning, Isabel Lucas, Armie Hammer, and more.
Actress Eva Mendes arrives at the 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards at Club Nokia
Eva Mendes Handbag
Eva Mendes at Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes at Annual Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes Photos
Eva Mendes at 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes at 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes at 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes at 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes at 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards
Eva Mendes Hairstyles
Eva Mendes Hairstyles

Eva Mendes at 13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards

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Antique Textiles

Early Clothing from the 1700s through the early 19th century including beautiful ball gowns, antique dresses, corsets, delicate petticoats and accessories of the time.

Victorian mantles and fancy evening garnitures, fancy day dresses from the pre civil war era through the bustle era, lingerie and other accessories of dress.

The Edwardian clothing section also features items from 1901 through 1919 including Titanic era dinner gowns and day dresses, evening wraps, sporting clothing and day dresses as well as lovely lingerie.

Flapper & Art Deco dresses can be found with special emphasis on ornate beaded flapper dresses and stylish art deco designs from the 1920s and 1930s. Included are dance
dresses and purses as well as metallic brocade dresses and evening wraps, chiffon dresses and many accessories.

Hi style Designer clothing from the 1940s through today can be viewed in the category for Designer & Other Eras. Creations by Hattie Carnegie, Bonnie Cashin, Helen Rose, Ceil Chapman and others will be found in this section.

In addition special selections will be found in the Hats, Shawls, and Shoes categories which feature accessories from all eras.

Textiles & Needlework features samplers, antique sewing implements and other handmade antiques, while fine quality antique Quilts are now featured on their own page.

Contentment Blog This is where we will post news aboutweb site updates as well as host articles and discussions about antique and vintage clothing and present an archive of previously sold items for study purposes.

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Chronic Pain

Certain Arthritis, Crohn’s Drugs May Raise Kids’ Cancer Risk: FDA

TUESDAY, Aug. 4 (HealthDay News) — Drugs widely used to fight rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory disorders must now carry an updated “black box” warning label cautioning patients and doctors that the medicines may boost cancer risk in children and adolescents, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday.

The drugs, called tumor necrosis factor (TNF) blockers, work by interrupting a protein that causes inflammation and damage to bones, cartilage and other tissue. They include Remicade (infliximab), Enbrel (etanercept), Humira (adalimumab), Cimzia (certolizumab pegol) and Simponi (golimumab).

“FDA announced that it has completed its analysis of TNF blockers and has concluded that there is an increased risk of lymphoma and other cancers associated with the use of these drugs in children and adolescents,” according to FDA spokeswomen Crystal Rice.

“This new safety information is now being added to the boxed warning for these products,” she said.

TNF blockers already carry FDA-mandated warning labels for other potential safety issues, including fungal infections. Tuesday’s announcement follows on the agency’s move last year to review several dozen reports of children who developed cancer while taking the medications. That investigation started in June 2008. The analysis took into account a number of reports of cancers in children treated with these drugs. The malignancies tended to arise about 30 months after starting on the medications.

About half of the cancers were lymphomas and some of the children died, according to the FDA.

The issue gained more prominence in July 2008 when doctors reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine outlined the case of a woman with Crohn’s disease who took a TNF blocker and then developed lung cancer. When she ceased using the drug, her cancer disappeared.

The agency is working with manufacturers to find new ways to define the risk of cancer in children and adolescents who use these drugs.

Dr. Patience White, chief public health officer at the Arthritis Foundation, said the risks and benefits of these drugs need to be weighed and the final decision whether to take them or not must be an individual one.

However, “it’s good to have this information out there,” White said. “It gives people with arthritis an opportunity to go to their doctor and talk about the risk/benefits.”

People with these inflammatory illnesses are already at an increased risk for cancer, White noted.

“Then you are giving a drug that probably increases the risk as well. But are both of those worth not taking the drug, and being disabled? That’s the discussion,” she said.

The hard part for patients will be to balance these risks and benefits, White added. “The risks of the side effects are often very small, but the chance that a person with juvenile arthritis will be disabled and deformed is very high if they don’t take therapy,” she said. “People often focus on risks and forget the benefits.”

Deciding whether or not to take these drugs should be based on the type of disease and a family history of cancer, White said. “It really matters to have a discussion about this,” she said. “There isn’t really one risk/benefit profile that fits for everybody.”

According to the FDA’s Rice, patients taking these drugs should:

  • Be aware that taking TNF blockers may increase the risk of developing lymphoma, leukemia, and other cancers.

  • Be aware that taking TNF blockers may increase the risk of developing psoriasis and may worsen pre-existing psoriasis.

  • Review the accompanying medication guide.

  • Do not stop or change medicines that have been prescribed without first talking with a knowledgeable health care professional.

  • Pay close attention for any signs or symptoms of cancer such as unexplained weight loss or fatigue, swollen lymph nodes in the neck, underarms or groin, or easy bruising or bleeding. Promptly discuss any signs and symptoms with a health care professional.

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Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Everyone knows who is Gwen Stefani and also that she wears some beautiful medium blonde hairstyles in many styles so of course she can be a great source of inspiration for a lot of girls. Gwen Stefani hair it is short and medium length but not very modern and has a very retro vibe to it. Gwen Stefani has some great updo and half updo hairstyles that were used in the 80’s and this add class to her styles and as you will see in the photos below she looks beautiful. Also Gwen Stefani likes to wear the medium wavy and curly hairstyles witch can be compared to the Marylin Monroe look also with her beautiful face shape and red lipstick.Gwen changes her hair very often which is why she is so hard to follow in fashion. Here are some photos its a lot of the best hairstyels and haircuts from Gwen Stefani in 2010:

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

Gwen Stefani blonde medium hairstyles 2010

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Eclipse Inspired Hairstyle 2nd Day 'Do

Do you guys remember THIS? Well here is the 2nd day hairstyle I said I would post.

What i did was just simply remove the braid so the hair would be curly and then made a half ponytail adding the braids into it. You could also just leave the 2 braids as they are with just the curls from the braid.

Now, i don't find that this picture does the style justice but it is the only one i could find. Usually there is more curl to it. I took this picture at the end of the day so her curls had time to fall out but it is normally super cute and perfect for when you are in a rush. I just LOVE 2nd day 'do's.

* I got a request to show how to do a braided hairstyle that looks kind of like the waterfall french braid so be sure to look for it in my next post.

Enjoy! and remeber sharing is caring! LOL