• 許多女性認為在炎熱的夏天保護嘴唇是不必要的。 或者你可以塗點口紅,然後一了百了。 其實,夏天,護唇也是一個大項目哦! 妊c噚垚垛妌噢噣過來看看這個小小的化妝品,為你做的計劃! 別偷懶了! 美麗的嘴唇讓你看起來更年輕!

    夏季日常唇部保養

    1、多吃蔬果

    夏季氣溫升高,水分蒸發快,很容易口幹。所以平時應多吃新鮮蔬菜和水果,如食物有生津梨,荸薺等方面的作用,以補充維生素B2和維生素A.人體所需

    一到秋冬時節,不論皮膚抑或嘴唇都容易乾燥龜裂,保濕功夫的重要性更不言自明。對於潤唇膏的選擇,各人都有各考慮因素,不過很普遍還是看哪支的性價比高,以下要的5支潤唇膏推介都經過消委會的測試,保濕效果也較理想。

    2、唇部清潔

    唇部的肌膚與眼部肌膚一樣,都是比較敏感的,所以在選擇卸妝液時,要儘量選擇性質溫和的。用充分沾濕卸唇液的清潔棉輕輕按壓在雙唇上5秒鐘,再將雙唇分為4個區,從唇角往中間輕拭。

    3、唇部保濕

    這是非常具有非常十分重要的保養點,每天我們要喝足夠的水,保持雙唇滋潤,也可以將化妝水或保濕噴霧塗抹在雙唇上。記得經常擦潤唇膏,防止土壤水分大量流失。平日在塗唇膏市場之前,最好先塗一層塗潤唇膏,唇膏產品一般比較乾燥,先塗潤唇膏包裝既可以減少唇膏的色素沉澱,又可以將唇部的水分鎖住。

    4、唇部去角質

    專家說唇部的皮膚厚度一般只有臉部的三分技術之一,是不是中國唇部產品就不用去死皮了呢?錯,適當的去角質可以通過加速進行去除一些唇部老皮。可以選擇使用最好用專去角質的唇膏,或者用熱毛巾熱敷唇部讓角質軟化,用超軟毛的牙刷輕輕刷去死皮,動作一定要輕柔。

    接下來要唇膏 推介,是首創以獨特寶石切割的LANCOME瑰麗寶石絲滑唇膏,相比LANCOME之前其他系列唇膏更加絲滑、顯色和持久,從大膽醒目的#01火紅色到低調溫雅的#204肉桂色,一共15種色號讓你打造最適合的秋冬唇妝。

    如果嘴唇幹燥脫皮,必須先做好保濕修複,然後去角質,要立即塗上保濕唇膏,然後用手指輕輕按摩,促進嘴唇的血液循環。 假如平日雙唇護士較好,去硬質一般一個月進行一次,反而往往會對唇部造成傷害。

    5、唇部按摩

    我們可以利用的時間坐在家裏看電視,用拇指和食指輕輕按摩嘴唇。方法是:用掐拇指和食指上唇,食指不動,輕輕揉拇指;然後用食指和拇指捏住下唇,不移動拇指,食指輕輕按摩下唇。然後,上述方法在相反方向上下唇按摩節奏地描述的,重複多次,從而降低側向唇皺紋。如果有縱皺紋的嘴,用雙手的中指,然後擦口的兩側,從嘴唇的中心地,皮膚就會有被拉伸的感覺。第一上唇,下唇,可以重複幾次。

    6、上唇膜

    唇膜會給予雙唇更為體貼的呵護。可以用精華素和柔和的營養霜按1:1的比例進行混合後仔細地塗在嘴唇和唇角周圍。不過現在在商場和化妝品專櫃裏,可以買到唇貼膜了。既方便管理效果也很不錯。

    7,護膚品不能代替唇膏

    美眉們都知道,如果不經常滋潤雙唇,嘴唇就會變得乾燥起皮,而有些美眉如果暫時找不到潤唇膏,便會選擇用護膚品來替代潤唇,選擇用保濕乳或者是保濕水來救急,然而,這些護膚品是不能夠經常塗抹在嘴唇上的,唇部肌膚格外保護脆弱,不能夠用面部肌膚的護理霜來潤唇,這樣不僅不能夠起到潤唇的作用,反而還會刺激中國唇部肌膚,傷害嬌嫩的唇部肌膚。

    一如以往,各家化妝品大牌都陸續推出了全新的唇膏系列,不論是唇膏顏色還是包裝設計同樣吸引人關注。今次我們特意為各位介紹CHANEL、Dior、YSL、Hermès、NARS、GUCCI六款不同唇膏 推介,如果你是個「唇膏控」就更加不能錯過。

    8.唇彩和口紅不一樣

    唇彩的主要功能是美化唇部,而不是滋潤唇部。 唇彩和唇膏可以使嘴唇的皮膚更加幹燥和老化,但不能滋潤嘴唇。 因此,女孩們不應該再用唇彩或唇膏來滋潤嘴唇了,在使用唇膏和唇彩之後,先清洗你的嘴唇,然後再使用保濕霜來滋潤你的嘴唇。

    9、重視唇部防曬

    室外,陽光,沙灘,玩,咪咪,但夏天的太陽是皮膚產生殺手黑色的斑點,不僅傷害面部肌膚,嬌嫩的嘴唇無法擺脫紫外線的侵襲,因此,需要應用唇部肌膚的防曬,但一般來說,防曬霜的高系數防曬效果越強,因為太陽的嘴唇,建議選擇約8美眉Sp值適中的陽光是最安全的保護的嘴唇。

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  • Let Yourself Be Beautiful

    We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?”
    – Marianne Williamson

    For the past week, I have been conducting an experiment. Every morning when I wake up, I close my eyes, breathe deeply, and ask myself this question: “If I were not afraid, I would ...”

    The answers have been fascinating, and far reaching. One that keeps appearing over and over again is, “If I were not afraid, I would let myself be beautiful.”

    I find this startling: What is so fearful about being beautiful? In our appearance focused culture, why would I shrink from being as ravishing as possible?

    Here’s why I’m afraid. I’m afraid of attracting envy. I’m afraid that I’ll get too attached to my appearance, only to grasp when it fades. I’m afraid because if I feel beautiful and confident I won’t have an excuse for not pursuing my passions and dreams. I’m afraid because I won’t have a reason to hide myself from the world.

    I’m afraid because I’ll have to change my perception of myself, and accept my divine worth, abiding in the image of God.

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    I am afraid of my goodness. I am afraid of being my physical best.

    My revelations remind me of all the drop dead gorgeous women I know, who if you ask them if they think they’re beautiful will say, “I’m beautiful on the inside,” as if their fabulous outer package is the equivalent of scrap metal. By contrast, I remember an interview between Oprah and Selma Hayek, where Selma unselfconsciously owned her beauty. I found that so inspiring.

    My friend Sabrina and I were talking about how if weren’t afraid we would get out of our sweats and Eddie Bauer pants. Yet the last few times we’ve run into each other we’ve been wearing ... sweats and Eddie Bauer pants.

    As Marianne Williamson so eloquently reminds us, we serve no one when we hide our beauty. Enjoy it; it’s a gift, no different from your intelligence, your empathy, or your compassion. Each is to be celebrated, enjoyed, and used. Yes, your beauty will change, and it isn’t permanent, but just as a bright, sunny day will eventually turn to darkness or rain, that doesn’t mean you can’t dance in the sun while it shines.

    Use your beauty. Embrace it. Share it with the world. Let yourself be beautiful.


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  • Microsoft is rolling out an update to its AI-powered photo editing app, Microsoft Pix, that aims to give Prisma and others like it some new competition. While the app was originally designed to enhance your iPhone photos by tweaking things like color, exposure and other variables, the newly updated Microsoft Pix will now let you have a little more fun with your photos, too – this time, by turning them into art book hotel hk.

     

    Similar to Prisma, the new app introduces a feature called Pix Styles, which allows you to transform your photos into works of art, and use other effects. For example, one effect will make the picture look like it’s on fire. These are not photo filters, to be clear – the styles actually transfer texture, pattern and tones to the photo, explains Microsoft.

     

    The app launches today with 11 styles included, but more will be added in the weeks ahead, the company says.

     

    Also like Prisma, you can swipe your finger across the style to increase or reduce the effect. When you’re done, you can frame the photo, crop it, or share it out to social networks, as before.

     

    Another new feature – Pix Paintings – takes a step beyond Prisma, Lucid, Pikazo, Dreamscope and other “photo-to-art” apps, as it lets you see a time-lapse of the photo being painted in the artistic style you selected. This is more entertaining than it is practical, but it’s a nifty trick DDoS Attack.

     

     

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    “These are meant to be fun features,” said Josh Weisberg, a principal program manager in the Computational Photography Group within Microsoft’s research organization in Redmond, in an announcement. “In the past, a lot of our efforts were focused on using AI and deep learning to capture better moments and better image quality. This is more about fun. I want to do something cool and artistic with my photos,” he says.

     

    Also worth noting is that these new features can be used without tapping into your phone’s data plan, or while your phone is offline. That’s because Pix works directly on your device itself to run its calculations – it doesn’t need to access the cloud. This is part of a broader effort at Microsoft to shift A.I. from the cloud to devices at the edge of the network, the company says.

     

     

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  • The hope is they will multiply, breed and become the majority of mosquitoes, thus reducing cases of the disease.

    The initiative is part of a programme also taking place in Australia, Vietnam and Indonesia.

    The intercellular bacteria, Wolbachia, being introduced cannot be transmitted to humans.

    The programme started in 2012 says Luciano Moreira of the Brazilian research institute Fiocruz, who is leading the project in Brazil .

    "Our teams performed weekly visits to the four neighbourhoods in Rio being targeted. Mosquitoes were analysed after collection in special traps.

    "Transparency and proper information for the households is priority. "

    Ten thousands mosquitoes will be released each month for four months with the first release in Tubiacanga, in the north of Rio.
    'Good' bacteria

    The bacteria Wolbachia is found in 60% of insects. It acts like a vaccine for the mosquito which carries Dengue, Aedes Aegypti, stopping the Dengue virus multiplying in its body.

    Wolbachia also has an effect on reproduction. If a contaminated male fertilises the eggs of a female without the bacteria, these eggs do not turn into larvae.

    If the male and female are contaminated or if only a female has the bacteria, all future generations of mosquito will carry Wolbachia.

    As a result, Aedes mosquitoes with Wolbachia become predominant without researchers having to constantly release more contaminated insects.

    In Australia this happened within 10 weeks on average.

    The research on Wolbachia began at the University of Monash in Australia in 2008. The researchers allowed the mosquitoes to feed on their own arms for five years because of concerns at the time Wolbachia could infect humans and domestic animals.

    Three more neighbourhoods will be targeted next, and large scale studies to evaluate the effect of the strategy are planned for 2016.

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  • Autotech’s strategy is seemingly working already, too. The firm, which is today announcing the close of its debut fund with $120 million in capital commitments, has already funded six companies, including the growing rideshare giant Lyft. Lyft fit perfectly into the criteria of Autotech, which looks to back either very early-stage companies where its introductions can make a meaningful impact, or relatively mature deals, where it can “make money off little risk in a relatively short amount of time,” says co-founder Alexei Andreev, a physicist turned longtime investor. He founded Autotech with Quin Garcia, a self-described “car guy” whose past roles have included heading up automotive alliances on behalf of the now defunct electric vehicle network startup Better Place. At the same time, Autotech made sense for Lyft, too, explains Andreev, who says Autotech joined the company’s December 2015 Series F round, buying primary shares serviced home. “Companies know that we leverage our LPs to help us understand pain points, then we help startups to scale up by introducing them to our LPs,” he says Cloud Desktop. Among the other startups in Autotech’s portfolio are DeepScale, a startup developing technology that processes the information a car receives about its surroundings from sensors; Outdoorsy, which is akin to an Airbnb for recreational vehicles; Work Truck Solutions, whose software helps owners of commercial truck fleets track their vehicles; Volta Charging, an EV charging startup that gives away electricity, making money by selling advertising space on the stations; and a logistics platform company called Realign Technology. Garcia and Andreev say they’re on the cusp on signing two more deals, too Beauty Mama.

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