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Every woman wants fuller, long lashes but only a few have them naturally. The easiest resort to have lush lashes is to pick up a mascara. Fuller lashes make your eyes seem to bigger and your face seem brighten up. While false lashes are a solution, they are not suitable for every time or occasion. Here are easy steps to attain those envious fuller lashes.

  • Boost your lashes by using an eyelash curler. This will curl your lashes at the base, thus drawing them upwards and outwards
  • Do this before applying the mascara so that the curler does not stick to your lashes.
  • You can curl your lashes 2-3 times by using the curler, once at the base and once mid-shaft, to achieve the curve.
  • Before applying the mascara, it is important to buff the lashes with a little powder so that the mascara has something more to stick to. This will plump up the lashes and make them look thicker.
  • Always begin applying mascara to the roots. Apply below the lash line in an upward and zig zag motion.
  • Always begin from the outer end of the eye and come inside. This will create volume at the base as well as enhance the lash curl
  • Apply 2-3 coats of mascara to get a pronounced look. To avoid clumps, wait after each coat to let it dry.
  • If clumping does occur, use a lash brush to smoothen it out once dry
  • Remember to protect your lashes by removing mascara completely. Sleeping with mascara would dry out your lashes, make them brittle and split. Use a makeup remover or a baby oil to remove the product without damaging the lashes.
  • These easy tips will get you lush lashes in no time.

    Our skin is made of mainly two layers: the epidermis (the outermost layer) and the dermis (underneath the outer layer). With aging process, our skin automatically reduces the production of collagen from dermis layer. The collagen is the main skin protein responsible for smoothness and elasticity in our skin. The lower amount of collagen makes wrinkles and fine lines appear on your face.
    In addition to aging, there are many other factors that can get you wrinkles and fine lines early; Sun exposure, lack of nutrition, pollution, smoking, lack of sleep, stress, and dehydration can also contribute these aging signs and make you look older ahead of time.

    Wondering how you can play against these odds and look youthful always? Well, there are several things you can start adapting in your daily routine (they are like secrets to the younger looking skin) and avoid wrinkles and fine lines. We all want to age gracefully, don’t we?

    Take Antioxidants

    All green leafy vegetables, Vitamin C & A fruits, green tea, and walnuts have a really good amount of antioxidants within. Adding these food sources to your everyday diet will help your skin fight early aging and look younger! In addition to antioxidants, fruits and green vegetables have minerals that can help keep your skin healthy.

    Drink loads of water

    Drinking 6-8 glass of water per day helps to keep your skin well-hydrated and thus healthy. Water is also vital to dispose of all toxins out of a body. A properly hydrated skin looks radiant.

    Choose a right moisturizer

    There are many imported skin care products for women available in the market today that claim to be a perfect anti-aging treatment. However, sometimes all you need is good quality face moisturizer and a good face cleanser in your daily skincare regime.
    On top of these, there are several other tips such as wearing sunscreen when you step out, taking quality sleep (minimum 8 hours a day), getting rid of stress and practicing yoga that can help you fight wrinkles and other signs of aging.

    While many people boast of getting enough vitamins and minerals from their daily diet when they encounter with the question, we are seeing a number of individuals suffering from vitamin deficiency. Most of the population is deficient in Vitamin A, C, D, E, Calcium, Magnesium, and Potassium. This makes Vitamin supplements an important aspect of our daily diet. Here are few important reasons to add a Vitamin supplement to your daily lifestyle.

  • A balanced diet is quite essential to get all the necessary vitamins, minerals and other nutrients in the recommended dosage. Most of the working population does not have either the time or the energy to cook food at home. In addition, it is very common to cook food with one 1 or 2 ingredients to make it in a jiffy. This excludes foods from other food groups, thus depriving our diet of essential nutrients. It is imperative to include food from all food groups that is fruits and vegetables, grains and legumes as well as dairy and meat. This would give a balanced portion of all food groups on our plates, thus satisfying the need of macronutrients. However, when this is not possible, a multivitamin become essential to meet the daily nutrient requirement.
  • Most of the use might be having unbalanced meals devoid or limited of fruits and vegetable. Bothe fruits and vegetables are loaded with a number of nutrients. It is recommended to take 2-3 servings of each on a single day. This lower consumption of fruits and vegetable makes taking a multivitamin supplement important.
  • Fast food has become a way of life. For many working individuals and young students, time is always a crunch when it comes to eating. Thus, taking a fast food takeaway such as a burger, pizza or cola is easy compared to eating while being seated at one place. This on-the-go eating attitude has brought about a calorie and sugar abundance in the diet, which are just empty calories without adding much to the nutrient level. When having a balanced meal with fruits, vegetables, lean meat, whole grains and dairy is last on the mind, a multivitamin comes to the rescue.
  • Athletes and bodybuilders have more wear and tear going on in their bodies. Exercise depletes the body of essential fluids and nutrients. It thus becomes imperative to supply the body with ample vitamins and minerals to repair muscle tear and support muscle build-up. Adequate amount of vitamins will ensure that the body does not suffer from any muscle fatigue, deficiency, risk injury and depresses immune system,
  • Without a healthy lifestyle, our immune system suffers. The depressed immune system is one of the major reasons to get infections and diseases easily than ever. The body becomes susceptible to diseases around. It is very important to build a strong immune system, which is possible by following a balanced healthy diet.
  • The most easiest and effective way of supplying adequate vitamin to the body is taking a vitamin supplement, in tablet or gummy form. These will boost the immune system and help prevent infection.

    Zanzibar is home to some of the most beautiful, idyllic destinations on the continent. With turquoise waters, soft white sands on the beaches and the mouth-watering local food can serve as a simple reason to be attracted to this serene archipelago.

    Location

    Located off the coast of Tanzania, the top most attractions are magnificent beaches like Paje, Kiwengwa, and Nungwi, which provide the best tourist experiences with its stunning palm trees, the tropical blue sea, and best accommodation facilities; it highly enchants and provides the relaxation that families are looking for.

    With family traveling together, the emphasis on safe, comfortable and affordable accommodation becomes of prime importance. As mentioned Zanzibar hosts millions of travelers every year and new and upcoming beach lodges are making way to the top charts for excellent customer service, and one such family lodge is Hakuna Majiwe Beach Lodge.
    The island can also provide the best value for money when toured completely including visits to the historical Stone Town, Jozani Forests, and Spice Islands.

    Jozani Forest

    Situated at 35km southeast of Zanzibar, this dense coastal rainforest covers an area of 50 square kilometers, and the only national park in the archipelago is home to thousands of Red Colubus Monkeys. These beautiful and rare primate are only to be seen on this island and as you tour the park, the delight of watching these creatures jumping from one tree to other, groom and care for its young is a truly an experience not to be seen elsewhere.

    Over the years, they are used to photography and humans being around them, and thus carrying your DSLR is definitely a plus. The creatures once endangered to extinction, now with the support of right conservation groups and initiatives, now habituate over 2,500 monkeys in the forest.

    Closest beach to the forest is Paje beach and thus easily accessible from there. However, many taxis are directly available to ride to the park with a nominal fee. Speak your local agent or hotel staff for arranging a tour.

    Stone Town

    We bet if you were to go unguarded in these maze type alleys of the town, you are certainly bound to get lost! If you carry multiple days on your holidays then it is worth staying in Stone Town for a night and explore the local culture, markets, mosques, tiny shops and sultan’s palaces! The touring is sure to get you to admire the history of Arabian influences on this bustling town! It is recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Place.

    The famous Darajani Market is bustling with vibrant locals, who sell everything you would expect to buy in East African market be it food, clothing or a whole lot of many other things. Mornings are preferably the best time pay visit as you also get to see the fish auction! It’s a Kodak moment, but before putting out your cameras, always seek permission as some may be fine with photography, some may not be and some may ask money for it – but ideally it will avoid upsetting anyone!

    Prison Island

    As the name implies, this was a sub-island a little off the port of Zanzibar island and different versions of stories depict that it was meant to be home to the criminals and offenders of the islands, and some say it was used during colonial times to keep the slaves over there. While there may be some realities to these stories, the interesting fact is that it is a home to some of the most beautiful species of giant tortoises!

    Spice Markets

    Taking a break from the beach for a day or two is certainly a great idea. Along with Stone Town and Prison Island, this Zanzibari archipelago is sometimes called as ‘The Spice Island’! Enjoy the tour of the spice marker of Zanzibar with different spices that are grown on this fertile land and you can savour the fresh aroma of saffron, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, cumin (sometimes known as Gold of Zanzibar) are just a few samples of the spices that spread that particular region of the island with intriguing smells.


    This tale gets finished here, and we have not even made a mention of House of Wonders, Dolphin Tours, Old Fort, Dispensary of Zanzibar – but that can follow in next series of Zanzibar tour! For more information, stay tuned to this space for details about other holiday destinations!

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