Top 5 Summer Styling Care Tips Presented by Beauty Research

Jun 29
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Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2014

Many women who have manageable tresses throughout the year suddenly develop fly-aways and frizz when summer arrives. Humid weather and dryness caused by sun exposure can make it difficult to style hair of all lengths and textures during the summer months; however, women can still look polished and stylish despite summer weather conditions. All that is needed for styling success is the right technique paired with the right styling products and tools. The latest article by BeautyResearch.com, Top 5 Summer Styling Care Tips, provides information on how to create attractive hairstyles and promote healthy hair throughout the summer.

Straight, sleek hairstyles continue to remain trendy looks in 2014, but they can be much more difficult to execute in the summer. How can women create straight styles that are free of frizz when the weather is humid? What is the best type of flat iron to use for summer straightening? Are there any hair care products that can help to keep frizz and fly-aways at bay? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/07/23/top-5-summer-hair-styling-tips.aspx.

Many women find that their hair becomes wavy during the summer months due to rising humidity levels. Is there a way that women can work with waves to create sexy summer hairstyles? If so, what’s the best way to regulate waves and make them look polished and even? Which styling products are best for creating beachy wave hairstyles for summer? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/07/23/top-5-summer-hair-styling-tips.aspx.

The ponytail is a classic summer hairstyle, and it can appear polished and elegant when styled correctly. What is the best way to get a glamorous-looking ponytail for summer? Which styling tools are must-haves for creating beautiful ponytails? How can women add volume and height to a traditional ponytail? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/07/23/top-5-summer-hair-styling-tips.aspx.

Summer weather can lead to many hair care problems from oiliness to dryness. How can women address weather-related hair care woes? Is there any way that women can fight oiliness without having to shampoo? What can women do to reduce the risk of damage occurring due to sun exposure? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/07/23/top-5-summer-hair-styling-tips.aspx.

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“A Different Angle -Geometric Prints”

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/07/21/a-different-angle-geometric-prints.aspx

Geometric patterns made up of diamonds, squares, triangles, rectangles and abstract angled forms have set fashion trends since the 1920s when women began wearing boldly decorated accessories and dresses. Patterns with geometric forms became fashionable again in the 1960s, changing in design throughout the 1970s and 80s, but still remaining on the cutting edge of fashion. Now, designers are looking back to the geometric prints of the past, using them in a variety of casual and dressy pieces for Summer and Fall 2014. Find out how to select geometric patterns to flatter a woman’s figure. Get tips on how patterns can be used to slim the body. Learn how to mix geometric printed pieces with accessories to create stylish outfits.

“Voluma – The Latest Cosmetic Filler”

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/07/18/voluma-the-latest-cosmetic-filler.aspx

Each year, more than 1 million dermal filler treatments are performed in the United States, making these cosmetic filler injections one of the most popular clinical cosmetic interventions in the country. As science continues to evolve, manufacturers of cosmetic fillers are introducing new formulas to better address dermatological problems like signs of aging and lost elasticity. Juvederm Voluma is the newest cosmetic filler to hit the market, and it is now making it possible to treat skin care concerns that previously could not be addressed with fillers. Explore the many benefits of Juvederm Voluma. Find out just what the product is, how it works and what its uses are. Learn what’s involved with a Juvederm Voluma treatment.

“Algae – A Nutrient-Rich Wonder from the Sea”

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/07/16/algae-a-nutrient-rich-wonder-from-sea.aspx

In recent years, there has been a real buzz around so-called super foods, natural foods that are especially rich in nutrients. One of the latest super food crazes is actually a food that has been a part of diets throughout Asia for centuries but is only now finding its way into the western diet. That food is algae–plant-like organisms that are harvested from the sea. Explore the nutritional benefits of algae. Discover the many vitamins, minerals and other healthy nutrients that are found in various varieties of algae. Get tips on how one can incorporate algae into their diet and find out about some of the most commonly consumed types of algae.

About Beauty Research

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The blog includes all kinds of articles related to celebrities, fashion, women’s health and diet. For more information, visit http://www.beautyresearch.com.







Endangered whales are dying off in Alaska, and scientists are racing to

Jun 25
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Endangered whales are dying off in Alaska, and scientists are racing to
[Record numbers of starving baby sea lions continue to wash ashore in California] … And days ago, NOAA representatives announced that the largest West Coast toxic algae bloom in over a decade was closing fisheries from California to Washington.
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Mozambique rises from the ashes
Lying within Mozambique's first marine protected area, established in 1971, Benguerra is spectacular for diving and snorkelling, with pristine coral gardens and more than 300 species of sea creature, from yellow-backed fusiliers and parrotfish to manta …
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Beware of Algae
In 2007, as drought plagued much of the country, the Minnesota lake region alone saw as many as 40 cases of canine algae poisoning, and at least four deaths. … One major clue: suspicious dog deaths at a lake tainted with BGA that drains to the sea.
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World Oceans Day 2015

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World Oceans Day 2015
Tiny marine plants called phytoplankton release half of all oxygen in the atmosphere through photosynthesis. The oceans account for 96 percent of all the water on the surface of the Earth, the remainder being freshwater, in the form of rivers, lakes …
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Disabled Veterans National Foundation Announces 13 New Grant Recipients

Jun 18
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WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) June 15, 2015

The Disabled Veterans National Foundation (http://www.dvnf.org), a nonprofit veterans service organization that provides critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded—physically or psychologically—after defending our safety and our freedom, announces 13 new grants to veterans organizations throughout the country.

As a national nonprofit foundation, one of DVNF’s primary goals is to help like-minded organizations to secure adequate financial support for their unique programs that strengthen and assist veterans in need. DVNF strives to equip those nonprofits with the service delivery tools needed to help veterans as they transition from active duty to civilian life.

In total for this session of grant approvals, nearly a quarter-million dollars in funding went to support these programs. Some examples of the types of support these programs provide to veterans include transitional housing, alternative therapy, service dogs, and recreational therapy.

Below is a list of the organizations selected for grants in this session:

    Continuing Development Services Monarch – Webster, New York
    New England Center for Homeless Veterans – Boston, Massachusetts
    Kentucky Center for Arts in Healing – Louisville, Kentucky
    America’s VetDogs (Veterans K-9 Corps) – Smithtown, New York
    National Alliance on Mental Illness CT – Hartford, Connecticut
    Warrior At Ease (WAE) – Silver Spring, Maryland
    Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Association for Brain Injury – Louisville, Colorado
    Saving Grace K9’s – Lexington, North Carolina
    Honoring Our Veterans – Moran, Wyoming
    Outward Bound USA – Brooklyn, New York
    Salute Military Golf Association – Silver Spring, Maryland
    Fairways for Warriors – Orlando, Florida
    Veterans Community Network – Harleysville, Pennsylvania

“We want to congratulate each one of these organizations on being chosen for funding in this highly selective process,” said DVNF CEO, Joseph VanFonda (USMC SgtMaj Ret.). “It is our hope that this funding will not only help each organization be successful in their collective missions, but that it will also change the lives of veterans in the process.”

More information about each organization can be found here.

About DVNF:

The Disabled Veterans National Foundation exists to provide critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded—physically or psychologically—after defending our safety and our freedom.

We achieve this mission by:

    Offering direct financial support to veteran organizations that address the unique needs of veterans, and whose missions align with that of DVNF.
    Providing supplemental assistance to homeless and low-income veterans through the Health & Comfort program and various empowerment resources.
    Providing an online resource database that allows veterans to navigate the complex process of seeking benefits that they are entitled to as a result of their military service, as well as additional resources they need.
    Serving as a thought leader on critical policy issues within the veteran community, and educating the public accordingly.




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Vitamins Vitamins Vitamins!!!

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Vitamins Vitamins Vitamins!!!

Can you imagine that calcium supplements can do a lot for our health? Well some people choose not to believe this fact, but it can be beneficial to you. The calcium supplements don’t only help in giving strong teeth and bones. Ever heard of coral calcium? Me neither, but apparently it can help quite a bit in preventing many diseases like osteoporosis. Of course be careful not to exceed the recommended dosage as to much of something can be very harmful. That is the main thing when taking supplements, be sure to take the recommended dosage I can’t say that enough.

You have many different choices when you take the calcium supplement. Before there we did not have the luxury of all of these choices. The supplements come in sachets, as powder, as liquid aside from your traditional capsules and pills. That fact can cater to those who have their particular preferences, so there’s no excuse here! There is something for everyone.

Though, you will get more of the benefits if you consume the supplement in liquid form. Of course like any other supplement. So think about that before you decide what form of the supplement to get. Still powders, sachets of tea and capsules are more convenient in our daily life’s to take. You will still get some of the benefits of the coral calcium supplement either way. But if you have the time and want to take the liquid form go ahead; it would be even better for you.

It’s great that scientist and manufactures have come up with better ways for us to stay healthy and making sure we get the right nutrients that we need. So take advantage of this, it can improve you health and prevent diseases at the same time. What’s so bad about that?

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