Sunday, December 29, 2013

Seduce Him With Your Nails!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 
I heard from the boys that beautiful hands especially gorgeous nails really attracts them, having clean and pretty nails makes them think that you really know how to take care of yourself.
Ladies with long gorgeous nails never fail to caught my attention too! I don't have the perfect hands but I love my nails, they're really long and its so easy to make them look B-E-A-U-tiful, your nails emphasizes your fingers and it makes them look longer too ;)
Today I'm giving you some tips on how to maintain long nails, wrinkle-less hands and will show you some of my nail polishes;

1. Make hands moisturizer as one of your habit. I regularly use Dove Hand Cream, I use it like every 30 minutes(I know I'm a bit addicted to it) and I really like the smell too. I do believe that your hands shows your age so keep it less wrinkle and hide your age ;)

2. Change Nail Polish Every 3 Days. Nail Polish has chemical ingredients that destroys your nails causing nail brittle. I change mine every 3 days, you can replace it again with the same nail polish if you do love the old one.

3. Avoid excessive cleaning of the surface layer of your nails. Actually I don't even remember the last time i cleaned mine, I just simply cut the excess cuticle, reshape it with nail cutter/nipper, remove the old nail polish with nail polish remover and replace it again with new one. FYI: Excessive cleaning makes you're nails thin and gets easily broken.

Below are some of my nail polishes ( I'm not really really good in designing but having long nails really makes it look good)

Friday, December 27, 2013

20 Reasons You Don’t Have a Boyfriend

1. You’re needy. You met him last weekend, he texted a few times, and now you just won’t leave the guy alone. You went from 0 to 60 in a few days. You’re already planning for next weekend. This is probably the #1 behavior that gets girls labeled psycho in the early days.
2. You like players. You say you want a nice guy, but you fall for the same lines again and again. You can’t resist the bad boys, the ones who have dumped on other women. You think that you will be different, that nabbing a player will validate your feminine powers. But the player always wins, because the player always walks.
3. You’re a princess. You want a man who will proclaim to the world that he is whipped as butter. He will worship the very ground you walk on. Trouble is, the only men who will happily inhabit a one-down position in a relationship have no balls. Do you really want a guy who will eagerly go to a bunch of chick flicks with you? Wouldn’t you rather accompany him to Transformers from time to time?
4. You flirt too much. Flirting is an essential skill in any woman’s toolkit. It is meant to indicate to a guy that you are singling him out for special attention because you are attracted to him. If you flirt like crazy with every Y chromosome you encounter, it loses its effectiveness, and makes you seem “not very choosy.” Also, if you are spending time with a guy but can’t stand the idea of hiding your light under a bushel, he is not going to appreciate your flirting with other men. It makes him look and feel less manly, and awakens unwelcome feelings of jealousy.
5. You’re not in the game. If you’re shy, reserved, or aloof, you are not approachable. Many beautiful women are ignored by guys because the odds of rejection are too high. You also telegraph likely rejection if you hold back. If you find a guy attractive, meet him halfway by signaling your interest with eye contact and a smile. If you know him, pay him some attention.
6. You’re too picky. You want a guy who is well-educated, financially successful, handsome, funny, witty, generous, blah blah blah. You want a 10. Get realistic. How about well-educated, funny and generous? Or handsome and witty, but a poet, i.e. broke? Perhaps financially successful, generous and fun to be with, but never went to college? Keep an open mind when you’re sizing up men. Allow yourself to find the good.
7. You’re a Girl Gone Wild. Stop dancing on tabletops when you’re drunk. In fact, stop getting drunk. Drunk is ugly. No one, male or female, ever became more attractive when they got drunk (beer goggles just fool you into thinking they did). When you are drunk, you say and do foolish things. Step away from the beer pong table. If you wouldn’t do it sober…then you really don’t want to do it at all.
8. You’re ditzy. I once knew a very smart woman who exclaimed at a frat party that she thought Mt. Rushmore was a natural phenomenon. I don’t know why some women love to get all girly and giggly. I suppose it makes them feel sexier, a la Marilyn Monroe. If you’re with a guy who wants his women stupid, you need a new guy. Lose the simpering act.
9. You’re a Mean Girl. Seriously, stop being a bitch. I’ve heard guys speak in awe (and fear) of mean girls, but Chuck Bass is the only guy I’ve ever seen who really wanted to love one, and he’s fictitious. Sometimes, guys want to get with mean girls because they’re powerful, but that relationship isn’t about love.
10. You’re high maintenance. You always feel slighted. He’s always saying and doing the wrong thing. Your feelings are constantly hurt, and he is constantly apologizing. Fighting all the time can be rewarding in the short-term, because it amps up the sexual tension for makeup sex, but ultimately it’s a total boner-killer.
11. You’re aggressive. You act like one of the guys. You pursue, make moves, call the shots. You say that you’re a liberated woman, so you can grab whatever cock grabs your fancy. That will get you laid, but try to remember that it’s the male of the species that got the big dose of testosterone. That male is biologically programmed to seek his complementary opposite – which includes a much larger dose of estrogen. You can be strong, independent, and very, very female.
12. You’re self-absorbed. You talk about yourself all the time. You talk about your ex all the time. You cry on his shoulder all the time when you don’t get what you want. You’re not really giving. You’re not emotionally engaged in a caring and generous way. If you’re not curious about him; if you are not hungry for details about who he is and what he’s into, then maybe he’s the wrong guy. Or maybe you’re the wrong girl.
13. You’re a homebody. You’re not out there meeting new people every day. You are not going through each day looking to interact with and smile at attractive and approachable people. And by the way, get off the cell phone. The adorable guy behind you in line at Starbucks can’t say hi if you’re on your phone, plus he’s hearing you sound like a complete idiot with your BFF.
14. You’re too hard to get. Yes, everyone likes a challenge. No one likes eager or desperate. But employing “The Rules” or some other silly tactic is just going to leave you solo. If he asks you out spontaneously for tonight, that’s a real invitation. If you are interested, accept. A guy’s suggesting a plan on the spur of the moment is not him treating you badly. It’s him expressing an interest in spending time with you. (Obviously, do the opposite of what I say here if it’s a booty call situation.)
15. Your number is too high. OK, fine, you don’t want any guy who cares about how many people you’ve slept with. Problem is….that’s most guys. You don’t have to tell anyone your personal data. Just be aware that when you’re making the rounds within a certain community or group of friends, word gets out fast. I don’t think there has ever, ever been a guy who got laid and didn’t tell anyone about it afterwards. If your number is high and that fact is well known, you have every right to find a new pack of males and revirginate reinvent yourself.
16. You’re flaky. A plan is a commitment. Don’t blow someone off when something better comes along. Don’t ditch him because your friend “really needs you.” Don’t double book yourself. Don’t be late. Don’t get drunk and not show. Women constantly complain that men aren’t reliable, but I’ve seen plenty of women flake out on guys.
17. You’re materialistic. You know what? The best dates are cheap dates. In fact, I think the best dates I ever had were actually free dates. Cooking together. Hanging out. Taking a long walk. 
18. You’re scared. You’ve been burned before. You are understandably wary. This leads you to be withholding. He puts it out there, lays it on the line, and you just can’t reciprocate. You really like him, but you just don’t want to get hurt again. This means he knows up front that he will be the one to get hurt. No guy will stick around to watch that happen. You’ve got to find a way forward. There is no love for any of us without considerable risk, so do what you need to do to work through it.
19. You’re rigid. You have plans for Saturday night, but his buddies are going to a game that night, would Friday be OK? You say, “No, you made plans with me first. And Saturday is date night.” He picks you up and mentions that one of his friends and his gf will be joining the two of you for dinner, if that’s OK. It’s not. You’re miffed that you two won’t be having a night alone. He wants to go to the party, you don’t. You grudgingly agree to go and stay for an hour. After an hour, you want to leave, he’s having a great time. You let him know that an hour’s up and it’s time to leave RIGHT NOW. Being rigid is largely about asserting control. That’s never a winning relationship tactic.
20. You’re a pushover. You put up with all kinds of crap. You allow yourself to be booty called and stood up. You allow him to tease you in a not-affectionate way (comments about your weight come to mind). You allow him to pick fights, and then forgive him for flirting or hooking up with another girl in the two hours you were broken up. If you do not respect yourself, he certainly isn’t going to respect you, and your value in his eyes will tank.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

7 Things You Should Stop Expecting from Others

1.  Stop expecting them to agree with you.

You deserve to be happy.  You deserve to live a life you are excited about.  Don’t let the opinions of others make you forget that.  You are not in this world to live up to the expectations of others, nor should you feel that others are here to live up to yours.  In fact, the more you approve of your own decisions in life, the less approval you need from everyone else.
You have to dare to be yourself, and follow you own intuition, however frightening or strange that may feel or prove to be.  Don’t compare yourself to others.  Don’t get discouraged by their progress or success.  Follow your ownpath and stay true to your own purpose.  Success is ultimately about spending your life happily in your own way.

2.  Stop expecting them to respect you more than you respect yourself.

True strength is in the soul and spirit, not in muscles.  It’s about having faith and trust in who you are, and a willingness to act upon it.  Decide this minute to never again beg anyone for the love, respect, and attention that you should be showing yourself.
Today, look at yourself in the mirror and say, “I love you, and from now on I’m going to act like it.”  It’s important to be nice to others, but it’s even more important to be nice to yourself.  When you practice self-love and self-respect, you give yourself the opportunity to be happy.  When you are happy, you become a better friend, a better family member, and a better YOU. 

3.  Stop expecting (and needing) them to like you.

You might feel unwanted and unworthy to one person, but you are priceless to another.  Don’t ever forget your worth.  Spend time with those who value you.  No matter how good you are to people, there will always be one negative person who criticizes you.  Smile, ignore them, and carry on.
In this crazy world that’s trying to make you like everyone else, the toughest battle you’ll ever have to fight is the battle to be yourself.  And as you’re fighting back, not everyone will like you.  Sometimes people will call you names because you’re “different.”  But that’s perfectly OK.  The things that make you different are the things that make YOU, and the right people will love you for it.

4.  Stop expecting them to fit your idea of who they are.

Loving and respecting others means allowing them to be themselves.  When you stop expecting people to be a certain way, you can begin to appreciate THEM.
Pay close attention, and respect people for who they are and not for who you want them to be.  We don’t know most people half as well as we believe we do; and truly knowing someone is a big part of what makes them wonderful.  Every human being is remarkable and beautiful; it just takes a patient set of eyes to see it.  The more you get to know someone, the more you will be able to look beyond their appearance and see the beauty of who they truly are.  

5.  Stop expecting them to know what you’re thinking.

People can’t read minds.  They will never know how you feel unless you tell them.  Your boss?  Yeah, he doesn’t know you’re hoping for a promotion because you haven’t told him yet.  That cute guy you haven’t talked to because you’re too shy?  Yeah, you guessed it, he hasn’t given you the time of day simply because you haven’t given him the time of day either.
In life, you have to communicate with others regularly and effectively.  And often, you have to open your vocal cords and speak the first words.  You have to tell people what you’re thinking.  It’s as simple as that.

6.  Stop expecting them to suddenly change.

If there’s a specific behavior someone you care about has that you’re hoping disappears over time, it probably won’t.  If you really need them to change something, be honest and put all the cards on the table so this person knows how you feel and what you need them to do.
For the most part though, you can’t change people and you shouldn’t try.  Either you accept who they are or you choose to live without them.  It’s might sound harsh, but it’s not.  When you try to change people, they often remain the same, but when you don’t try to change them – when you support them and allow them the freedom to be as they are – they gradually change in the most beautiful way.  Because what really changes is the way you see them.  

7.  Stop expecting them to be “OK.”

Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle, just like you.  Every smile or sign of strength hides an inner struggle every bit as complex and extraordinary as your own.
Remember that embracing your light doesn’t mean ignoring your dark.  We are measured by our ability to overcome adversities and insecurities, not avoid them.  Supporting, sharing and making contributions to other people is one of life’s greatest rewards.  This happens naturally if we allow it, because we all share very similar dreams, needs and struggles.  Once we accept this, the world then is a place where we can look someone else in the eye and say, “I’m lost and struggling at the moment,” and they can nod and say, “Me too,” and that’s OK.  Because not being “OK” all the time, is perfectly OK.

Sunday, December 15, 2013


I like looking at beautiful women because they inspire me in a good way.
They motivate me to make myself better. I don’t feel like its jealousy or insecurity, 
I call it more like appreciation and inspiration.I don’t focus on their flaws instead I focus on what makes them beautiful.
I love women with class, sophistication, who knows how to carry themselves no matter what kind of material, brand or who they are wearing.
I think the most important thing in being a woman is accepting your flaws, being comfortable with yourself and being confident of who you are.
You might not be the best in the crowd but there is always something in you that makes you stand out, makes you unique from others and keep it as your trademark.
Be real, don’t try to be someone you are not just to fit in the crowd or just to be better from anyone else because you are beautiful the way you are. There is nothing more attractive than a woman who is real and confident who she is, someone who knows herself and being real to everyone else.
I am a bit conservative kind of woman, there were times like I want to wear sexy because they are wearing sexy, I want that because they are like that, I want this because blah blah blah … but in the end I am not happy with it because it’s not me. I realized, I don’t need to push myself to wear clothes which isn’t my comfort clothes just because they are wearing it. I don’t need to talk the way they talk just because it sounds cool.
I don’t need to change my friends just because they have socialite friends. I love being me and being with real people around me because it’s me and them who makes me REAL – that’s when you meet your happiness and self satisfaction.

Ladies! Be confident and know your super power –improve it and do not be intimidated by anyone just because she is like that or she have that. You are special in some ways that people thinks your cool. Do not just be someone else’s copy cat. Be yourself and embrace your flaws! That’s what makes you beautiful. You might not have her flawless skin but she don’t have your stunning eyes ;) think of the positive things!


Love Your Job

Many of us don’t know the importance of our job.You have no idea how many jobless people out there in the street walking under the sun, hungry, hoping and praying to have a job.You have no idea how many people is in line waiting to take your place right now. There are at least hundred applicants passing their CV’s for that position you have right now.You should be very thankful you have job and getting paycheck every month, it might not be the perfect job but bear in mind that there is nothing in this world as perfect job.

“The one key to be happy doing something is to starts accepting it. There is no hard and complicated job if you understand what you are doing and accepting it within you”.
I too don’t have the ideal job(It’s far from perfect actually), I have 3 complicated superiors, got massive pesky clients, working with two totally different industries and three different departments.
I do “sometimes” complain and got angry when I reach the limit, but I don’t dwell on it, I don’t live in that anger, I find a way to solve every problem and think on positive things, always finds a reason why I should stay, why it happened and how to overcome it. There is always a positive and good things in every bad situations.
I experienced being jobless for three months and this made me realized how important having a job.

So people! Know your job, learn how to make it exciting, find a motivation, don’t complain and ask yourself sometimes why things doesn’t get along the way, maybe something is wrong with you-not something wrong about your job. Always remember “YOU ARE VERY LUCKY” for having a job. Be friendly to your boss, always smile. Don’t fight back coz it will only get worst. Be humble. Stay your feet on the ground. Give way. And one day your boss will realize it and give your prize. It will only take 3 inhale-exhale to calm yourself.

#behappy #enjoyworking

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

DRY HAIR AND DRY SKIN? Here is the answer!

Hi! are you having a problem of your dry hair and skin? I had the same (My hair isn't perfect nor my skin but  its far better now than before). I am the kind of woman who is lazy in doing women routines, I always forgot to put lotion (most of the time - just lazy). I always have chapped lips (which is embarrassing when you kiss someone) and dry skin. What I did was - find something that will moisturizes my hair and my skin at the same time but I won't need to spend a lot of time doing it! So, I read in a magazine one day about the wonders of this Fish Oil Supplements and its WOW! WOW! WOW! you don't need to spend a lot of efforts applying on your skin or hair, you just need to take it daily after your meal (I take 3 capsules daily). Been using it for nearly 5 months now and the results are amazing! It's also good on your brain as it helps you think better and faster.. ;) believe me! below are the other benefits;


see below for more;

  • High blood pressure. Fish oil seems to produce modest reductions in blood pressure in people with high blood pressure. The omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil seem to be able to expand blood vessels, and this brings blood pressure down.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis. Fish oil alone, or in combination with the drug naproxen (Naprosyn), seems to help people with rheumatoid arthritis get over morning stiffness faster. People who take fish oil can sometimes reduce their use of pain medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
  • Menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea). Taking fish oil alone or in combination with vitamin B12 seems to improve painful periods and reduce the need for pain medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
  • Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. Taking fish oil seems to improve thinking skills and behavior in 8 to 12 year-old children with ADHD.
  • Raynaud’s syndrome. There’s some evidence that taking fish oil can improve cold tolerance in some people with the usual form of Raynaud’s syndrome. But people with Raynaud’s syndrome caused by a condition called progressive systemic sclerosis don’t seem to benefit from fish oil supplements.
  • Stroke. Moderate fish consumption (once or twice a week) seems to lower the risk of having a stroke by as much as 27%. However, eating fish doesn’t lower stroke risk in people who are already taking aspirin for prevention. On the other hand, very high fish consumption (more than 46 grams of fish per day) seems to increase stroke risk, perhaps even double it.
  • Weak bones (osteoporosis). Taking fish oil alone or in combination with calcium and evening primrose oil seems to slow bone loss rate and increase bone density at the thigh bone (femur) and spine in elderly people with osteoporosis.
  • Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis). Fish oil seems to slow or slightly reverse the progress of atherosclerosis in the arteries serving the heart (coronary arteries), but not in the arteries that bring blood up the neck to the head (carotid arteries).
  • Kidney problems. Long-term use (two years) of fish oil 4-8 grams daily can slow the loss of kidney function in high-risk patients with a kidney disease called IgA nephropathy. Fish oil also seems to reduce the amount of protein in the urine of people who have kidney disease as a result of diabetes.
  • Bipolar disorder. Taking fish oil with the usual treatments for bipolar disorder seems to improve symptoms of depression and increase the length of time between episodes of depression. But fish oil doesn’t seem to improve manic symptoms in people with bipolar disorder.
  • Psychosis. Taking a fish oil supplement might help prevent full psychotic illness from developing in people with mild symptoms. This has only been tested in teenagers and adults up to age 25.
  • Weight loss. Some evidence shows that eating fish improves weight loss and decreases blood sugar in overweight people and people with high blood pressure. Preliminary research also shows that taking a specific fish oil supplement 6 grams daily (Hi-DHA, NuMega), providing 260 mg DHA/gram and 60 mg EPA/gram, significantly decreases body fat when combined with exercise.
  • Endometrial cancer. There is some evidence that women who regularly eat about two servings of fatty fish per week have a reduced risk of developing endometrial cancer.
  • Age-related eye disease (age-related macular degeneration, AMD). There is some evidence that people who eat fish more than once per week have a lower risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.
  • Reducing the risk of blood vessel re-blockage after heart bypass surgery or “balloon” catheterization (balloon angioplasty). Fish oil appears to decrease the rate of re-blockage up to 26% when given for one month before the procedure and continued for one month thereafter. Apparently, taking fish oil before surgery is important. When taken for less than one month before angioplasty, fish oil doesn’t help protect the blood vessel against closing down.
  • Recurrent miscarriage in pregnant women with antiphospholipid syndrome. Taking fish oil seems to prevent miscarriage and increase live birth rate in pregnant women with a condition called antiphospholipid syndrome.
  • High blood pressure and kidney problems after heart transplant. Taking fish oil seems to preserve kidney function and reduce the long-term continuous rise in blood pressure after heart transplantation.
  • Damage to the kidneys and high blood pressure caused by taking a drug called cyclosporine. Cyclosporine is a medication that reduces the chance of organ rejection after an organ transplant. Fish oil might help reduce some of the unwanted side effects of treatment with this drug.
  • Movement disorder in children (dyspraxia). Taking fish oil orally, in combination with evening primrose oil, thyme oil, and vitamin E (Efalex, Efamol Ltd), seems to improve movement disorders in children with dyspraxia.
  • Developmental coordination disorder. A combination of fish oil (80%) and evening primrose oil (20%) seems to improve reading, spelling, and behavior when given to children age 5-12 years with developmental coordination disorder. However, it doesn’t seem to improve motor skills.
  • Preventing blockage of grafts used in kidney dialysis. Taking fish oil orally seems to help prevent clot formation in hemodialysis grafts.
  • Psoriasis. There is some evidence that administering fish oil intravenously (by IV) can decrease severe psoriasis symptoms. But taking fish oil by mouth doesn’t seem to have any effect on psoriasis.
  • High cholesterol. There is interest in using fish oil in combination with “statin” drugs for some people with high cholesterol. Doctors were worried at first that taking fish oil might interfere with statin treatment, but early studies show this is not a problem, at least with the statin called simvastatin. Scientists think fish oil may lower cholesterol by keeping it from being absorbed in the intestine. There is some evidence that using vitamin B12 along with fish oil might boost their ability to lower cholesterol.
  • Coronary artery bypass surgery. Taking fish oil seems to prevent coronary artery bypass grafts from re-closing following coronary artery bypass surgery.
  • Cancer-related weight loss. Taking a high dose (7.5 grams per day) of fish oil seems to slow weight loss in some cancer patients. Some researchers believe these patients eat more because the fish oil is fighting depression and improving their mood.
  • Asthma. Some research suggests fish oil may lower the occurrence of asthma in infants and children when taken by women late in pregnancy. Furthermore, fish oil seems to improve airflow, reduce cough, and lower the need for medications in some children with asthma. However, fish oil treatment doesn’t seem to provide the same benefit for adults.

Give it a go! ;)

Tuesday, December 10, 2013


Hello! ;) has anyone here follows Lilith Moon's videos in YouTube like I do? Isn't shes great? I do like her, she is so creative.I have a very long curly hair (I mean really loooong) and gets bored on it but i don't wanna cut it  so decided to try new things on my hair so I surfed YouTube one day and found her videos and tried to do them on my own and loved it(the good thing is that you can do it within 2 minutes). It looks hard if you are looking at the picture but if you will watch her videos it wasn't that hard actually and I'm a bit fun of her.
She has different styles fits for different occasions that really helps me a lot and you don't need to spend for Hair Stylist anymore if you can master it! :)
Below are some styles I tried on my own.

Wrinkles Under Your Eyes?

Guess everyone of us seems bit scared of getting old just like me. I am 24 years of age, love to sleep but don't have enough time to do that. I'm a bit kind of busy woman, getting 6 hours of sleep maximum, and boom! one morning i just discovered this lines under my eyes which really made me look older than my age (oh no!). Well that was before, I'm doing some routines now which really helps reduced my eye wrinkles and lightens the skin also;

1. Lemon
    *Squeeze a lemon on a cotton ball and tap it gently under your eyes before sleeping. (I leave it under my eyes overnight and do it in the morning and evening on my rest days) It will tighten your skin and will lighten it at the same time.

2. Olive Oil, Coconut Oil & Castor Oil.
    *I'm using Olive Oil under my eyes every other day because Lemon Juice sometimes dries your skin. I make it sure to have a balance moisturizer to not destroys my under eye skin as it is very sensitive. ( I leave it overnight)

3. Vitamin E Capsule
    * I got addicted with this routine before which really works a lot. Instead of taking it orally, I decided to cut the tip of the capsule and apply directly the vitamin e liquid into my eyes which it moisturizes your skin really well!

4. Avoid squinting (use sunglasses) . Avoid excessive sun exposure. Drink a lot of water. Exercise. Sleep on your back. and get sleep for at-least 8 hours if you can.

Remember: Your eyes shows your age! Hide it! Look Young! Stay Young!

Good luck! ;)
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