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How to Get Your Eyelashes to Look Perfect
♣ Camelbackdisplays ♣
♣ Difference between the iphone and ipod touch ♣
♣ Is life just full of pain or full of sorrows? ♣

How to Get Your Eyelashes to Look Perfect
Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Do you want to know how make your eyelashes look luscious? Read this article to find out how to make your eyelashes longer and stronger. Want to get perfect lashes? Mascara alone just won't do. Try this-


  1. The night before you put on any mascara, get a dab of Vaseline on your fingers and rub it smoothly into your eyelashes. This may sound crazy, but it works.
  2. Wipe off all the Vaseline with a warm, wet washcloth in the morning.
  3. Use an eyelash curler if you want -- however, curlers may make your eyelashes fall out.
  4. Apply your mascara. Look up and use the brush to get all the way to the roots and the tips. Wiggle your mascara brush from the base of your eyelashes up to make them look fuller and longer.
  5. Use a lash comb to separate the lashes and remove any clumps
  6. At the end of the day, always wipe off any makeup you have had on. Leaving make-up on may cause infections and could cause your eyelashes to fall out.


  • Clear mascara works great because it never clumps. If you have long lashes, it's great, because instead of the black getting on your face if clear gets on your face no one will know. Clear mascara is also great if you're young or a beginner at using mascara. If you accidentally bump your face it won't show.
  • Use Vaseline to rub on your lashes to make them stronger.
  • Eating things like fish and milk make your eyelashes stronger.
  • Avoid bumping your face with the mascara brush. The mascara is always hard to get off.
  • Thinner natural looking false lashes can look great for everyday wear if you normally have thin or short lashes. Stay away from the Halloween costume extremely long and fake looking ones.

1:37 PM |
♣ Camelbackdisplays ♣
Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Do you work in a corporate company, government institution or perhaps non-government entities that are products output driven? Does your company conduct special events and advertising activities such as trade shows and the like? Are you a freelancer who is always on the way to showcasing your services and products? Well, for sure, you would be needing elegant and state of the art presentation materials. For this critical need, your best partner will be camelbackdisplays.com. This company will stun you with its wide range of eye candy products to make your
trade show exhibits.Fantastic than ever before. Create that long lasting impression from your potential customers - start from the small components like your table covers with finely customized logo or artwork print.

At camelbackdisplays.com, you will not only find unique
table top display prints but also a grand list of advertising support media like the following:

-Exhibit truss, trade show flooring, banner stands of all types, trade show furniture, pipe and drape, stages and stage skirting, graphic tents and canopy, trade show lights, light boxes, literature/brochure holders, hanging/overhead displays, crowd control, presentation tools, design & layout, and a whole lot more

8:38 AM |
♣ Difference between the iphone and ipod touch ♣
Friday, October 10, 2008

The newly introduced iPod Touch bears striking resemblance to the iPhone, aesthetically and functionally. It uses the same multi-touch screen,apparently runs a scaled down version of OS X that runs Safari and a YouTube application, uses WiFi, has an accelerometer that allows the display to shift based on physical orientation, and uses the same “SpringBoard” interface to launch its applications.
There are, however, some important differences between the devices:
-There is no email client on the iPod Touch
-There is no Maps application on the iPod Touch
-There are no Stocks or Weather widgets on the iPod Touch
-There is no built-in camera for the iPod Touch
-There are no Blutooth capabilities for the iPod Touch
-While the iPod Touch is sleeping,the user can tap the home button twice to bring up touch controls on the screen — a feature the iPhone currently lacks
-The iPod Touch has a separate Contacts app— it’s built into the Phone application on the iPhone
-The iPod Touch has separate Video and Music apps, whereas the iPhone has a single “iPod” app that contains these functions
-There is apparently (and obviously) no microphone on the iPod Touch,though it will be interesting to see if such audio -in capabilities could be enabled via a third-party device.
-The iPod touch’s headphone jack is on the bottom of the device
-The iPod touch lacks a built-in external speaker

I hope These discussion helped you differentiate iphone from ipod touch. have a great day.

3:59 PM |
♣ Is life just full of pain or full of sorrows? ♣
Wednesday, October 8, 2008

I feel that life is just a game and you got to keep on playing to win in this game.It everytime brings you happiness and the rest time sorrow.Some time in the middle it gives you a feeling of dullness and you tend to be somewhat numb without any feeling you have in the life.Life is just some dreams that will turn into reality when you work faster and steadier.

3:31 PM |
♣ Mature ♣
Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Finding yourself acting young? Or childish? Do you want to make a change to your lifestyle? If so, this article is for you!


  1. Tone down your fashions. First impressions do count.
    • You can still wear brightly colored clothes, but look at the fit and the style.
    • Wear sophisticated things, but express your style with piece that is a little more funny or wild, for example, big sunglasses, kitten heels, or a crazy tie.
    • Wear more tailored clothing, more put together.
  2. Use manners Try to be courteous without being stuffy or inflexible.
    • When meeting new people,shake their hands. A solid grip, but not too hard, two pumps of the hand and let go. Don't look at your hands; look them in the eye. Repeat their name and make an effort to remember it.
    • Avoid interrupting people during conversation; people find this irritating.
    • Don't play with things, look away, or fidget.
  3. Think before you speak. If you can't think of anything to say, or don't have anything nice to say, then say nothing.
  4. Listen, slightly nod, and say little things like, "Oh, yes," to let them know you are listening.
  5. Remember, when you speak, use facial expressions and be funny as usual, but be more serious in conversation.
  6. Be helpful. Hold doors, help pick things up, and offer help and assistance when needed.
  7. Talk about mature things to people: work, life experiences, and life lessons you have learned, or just about how beautiful it is outside. Notice how they carry themselves, how they dress, and how they speak.
  8. Keep in mind, around kids, squat down to their size when you talk to them. Don't act fake when they tell you something that is a big accomplishment to them. Say, "Awesome!" or, "Wow, good job." Kids feel good when you are truly amazed instead of patronizing.
  9. Try to use proper grammar and spelling whenever you write, including instant messaging and online games.
  10. Keep an open mind. Just because you have never heard of or tried something, doesn't mean you should shut it out or dismiss the possibility. Rather, see it as an opportunity for you to learn about something (or someone) new and different.
  11. Learn to control your temper. Above all, if somebody does something you don't agree with, try not to shout or carry on. Instead, let it go if it is a minor matter. If you must say something or disagree with someone, do so tactfully and in a conversational tone of voice. You'll find that people respond more positively, too.
  12. Don't answer, or at the very least, save the swearing for times that really warrant it. Swearing mainly demonstrates to others that you have poor control over your temper. Instead, try learning some other words to show your displeasure with something. Something that's not up to your standards could be terrible, lousy, rotten, crummy, no-good, and so on. Many of these terms will help you zero in on what the trouble is, communicate more effectively, and perhaps even move towards a solution.
    • Try it! You will probably find that people will listen to you better and take you more seriously if you don't swear.
  13. Accept Compliments gracefully. If somebody has taken the trouble to compliment you, the least you can do is appreciate it.
  14. Take Criticism gracefully, too. Not all of it is valid, but it is often worth giving some thought to how others see you and what you can improve.
  15. Be mature and polite online, too.
    • Turn off your caps lock key and capitalize proper nouns and the beginnings of sentences.
    • Think before you post. Have lots of people already said what you're about to say? Does your post make sense?
    • Read and follow the rules. They're there for a reason.
    • Proofread before you post. Use complete sentences
    • Go easy on abbreviations ("ur", "LOL"), slang, and emoticons. A sprinkling of these in an informal setting can add color. Too many can make it incomprehensible.
    • Avoid speaking 1337 when not necessary . This is an annoying habit most people do without thinking.

3:04 PM |
♣ How to Persuade Your Parents ♣

Want to wear makeup but you need parents approval? This can be challenging but it is possible!

  1. Try to ascertain where your parents are coming from. Why do they object to you wearing makeup? Do they think you are too young? Is there a religious injunction against it? You must first respect their point of view before expecting them to respect yours.
  2. Address your parents' concerns in a calm, mature way. Insisting that you are old enough to wear makeup while throwing a temper tantrum will only reinforce their beliefs.
  3. Start with simple things like gloss, nail polish, etc. Skin care products are a great way to start. Let your parents know that you want to wear gloss to keep your lips moist, foundation to absorb oil so you don't break out, and polish so your nails don't tear and develop into painful hangnails.
  4. Tell your parents that you want to enhance your beautiful features.
  5. You could take a different road, though, instead of the one on 4, depending on why you want to wear make up. You could tell your parents you feel that make up is a form of art, and that you want to enhance your creativity through using make up. You have to be careful with that, though, because they might fear you will turn out making yourself look like a clown.
  6. If your parents say no, show your maturity. Accept their answer like the adult you are trying to become and look like it may prove their fears of your immaturity were wrong. They could have a total change of heart.
  7. If your parents say yes, make sure that you don't do anything too crazy which could make your parents reconsider! Always make sure that you look reasonable, and remember- less is more!
  • Avoid bright red lipsticks and red blush, or anything too bold.
  • Have tones like brown, nude, sheer pinks, etc.
  • Brown mascaras and eyeliners go well with most people, however, black is more dramatic.
  • Sometimes at department stores, they have makeup specials where they give you makeovers or tell you about your skin tone and what goes with it, these help a lot.
  • Some people believe a good age to start wearing make up is 13 or 14, but many people nowadays disagree.
  • When applying eyeliner, sometimes you can get eyeliner with a small sponge at the tip. A cotton swab works well too. Smudge your eyeliner to make a smokier look.
  • There are a lot of good tutorials for applying make up online, and videos are probably the best. Practice makes perfect but tutorials will help you avoid making crucial or just embarrassing mistakes.
  • Make sure the colors you are choosing go well with your skin tone. What may look good on a friend may not look good on you.
  • If lips can tend to be more red than usual, pat some foundation on your finger and apply lightly like lipgloss. Make sure it isn't to heavy. Then dab some off and apply a few pats of compact. Follow up by your regular lipgloss routine. The affect is a very natural yet appealing look.
  • Some parents are mainly afraid of black eyeliner that will make you look like a "racoon". Start off with a brown or darker blue color.

3:00 PM |
♣ How to Remove Makeup ♣
Monday, October 6, 2008

Leaving on the makeup before you go to bed is asking for trouble. You will wake up with tightened, rough and unclean skin. No matter how tired you feel, it is always best to get all cleaned up before you go to sleep. (Not to mention sparing the pillow slip.:)


  1. Use a gentle, slightly diluted cream on a ball of cotton wool to clean up the entire face. This will take care of the foundation and powder.
  2. Remove the lipstick next. Once the overall clean up has been done, begin on the lipstick. Usually, Vaseline will get off the toughest waterproof lipstick. Rub some on your lips and wipe off with a tissue.
  3. Continue with the eyes. These are gentle areas and Clinique eye makeup remover would be the best solution. These are all just preliminaries to get off the separate areas of makeup.
  4. Take off all the lotions and makeup removers that you have just used. Use a gentle foaming soap to wash your face and unclog the pores.
  5. Pat your face dry and put on a light night lotion to combat skin dryness that can occur from the rigorous removal of the makeup and all the chemicals used on the skin


  • If you don't have eye makeup remover, baby oil on a cotton ball works really well (just make sure to rinse the oil off afterwards to prevent break-outs)
  • Always use a noncomedogenic moisturizer. They don't clog pores.

2:43 PM |
♣ make-up brushes ♣
Sunday, October 5, 2008

Cleaning makeup brushes is a necessity. Each time you use a makeup brush, it picks up both makeup and any natural oils on your face, as well as any other products that are on your face. Then there is the dust in the air that just lands on a resting brush. Bacteria can make a home in dirty makeup brushes, so this buildup must be removed on a regular basis. Here's how to do it.


Sable Brushes

  1. Mix lukewarm water with a drop of your chosen cleanser and swish it. Swish your brush through the foamy water and then dump the water out. Keep making a new mix and swishing the brush through it until the water no longer gets discolored.
  2. Rinse the brush gently under softly flowing water. It is also ok to swish the brush through plain water in a separate cup.
  3. If the brush is thick, gently squeeze it between a folded lint-free cloth.
  4. Place the brush on a level surface to air dry, making sure the bristles hang freely over the edge.

    Nylon Brushes

  1. Wet the brush and take a dollop of your chosen cleanser and gently work your cleanser into the bristles with your fingers. Do not rub up the shaft of the bristles, either go down repeatedly or gently rub from side to side
  2. Rinse under softly flowing water
  3. If the nylon brush is thick, it is ok to squeeze it between the folds of a lint-free cloth.
  4. Place the brush on a level surface with the bristles hanging freely over the edge.


  • If you don't know what sort of brush you have, poke the brush into a small drop of water. Nylon brushes do not absorb very well, which is why they're preferred for liquid makeup. A sable brush will pick the water right up.
  • If it's possible, brushes love to be hung up so bristles point to the floor.
  • If you are in a hurry, makeup remover wipes can be used as a quick way to clean brushes, but the wipes will not work as well as a good washing.

2:09 PM |
♣ Dinuguan recipe ♣
Saturday, October 4, 2008

Dinuguan or blood stew is a favorite dish in the Philippines. One of the religious groups though over there called Iglesia ni Cristo condemns this to be consumed as it states in the bible that God prohibits to consume blood for it symbolizes life. One of the main ingredients of dinuguan is the blood of the pig. Filipinos in the past have eaten this dish with rice but some enjoy eating it with puto which is a rice cake that has been fermented. Here is the recipe for the Filipino dish known as Dinuguan or Blood Stew!

These are the ingredients that you need to have and how they should be prepared prior to cooking.

8 oz of pig's blood
8 oz of pork chopped into small cubes
3 cloves of garlic that has been crushed
1 medium onion that has been chopped into small pieces
3 peas in a pod
1 cup of water
1/8 to ¼ cup of vinegar depending on how much of a sour taste you want
4 tbsp of fish sauce
½ tsp of salt

Now that you have all your ingredients ready and prepared, let us go into the actual cooking.

1. Next you will want to preheat a pan. After you have done that, add in the crushed garlic. Saute the garlic and you will know it is finished when it turns a golden brown color.
3. When you are finished with that, add in the onions and saute those as well for a couple of minutes with the garlic that is already in the pan.
4. Next saute the 8 oz of pork for a couple of minutes. When you have done that, add in the 1 cup of water, your desired amount for the vinegar and the peas in a pod. Let everything simmer for about 10 minutes.
5. After that time has passed, put in the ½ tsp of salt, the 4 tbsp of fish sauce and the 8 oz of pig's blood to the pan. Let everything simmer for another 10 minutes.

That is it! You are done! It is ready to be served. This recipe makes 4 to 5 servings. Some people might think it is exotic to eat because it contains the blood of the pig. So if that is what you are looking for, then I would like you to try out this recipe. It is delicious. It's not for everyone though and I understand that. Anyway, happy eating!

1:47 PM |
♣ small business adapt to changing economy ♣
Thursday, October 2, 2008

between spiking gasoline prices, slumping home values and tightening credit standards, small business owners are feeling squeezed.

its hard to juggle the higher expenses of operating a business. Its difficult to pass on increased costs to customers who are closely watching their wallets. and its tough to see profit margins getting thinner.

so if you have to get a small business what does the changes you are going to do to compensate?

12:48 PM |
♣ when someone stares at you? ♣
Wednesday, October 1, 2008

I, myself, is a very shy person. It's been a part of my personality ever since I was a kid.

I think it's natural!
I know a lot of us also feel the same way when someone stares at us especially when they stare from head to toe.

It's very inevitable to think that maybe they are thinking something bad about you or maybe they don't like what you wear or stuff like that. Heehee.

Anyways, do you also feel shy or are you confident enough to face them?

12:19 PM |