Breast Augmentation - Cosmetic SurgeryWritten by T.Going
Breast Augmentation – Cosmetic Surgery
The breast augmentation procedure is becoming more and more popular. There are three approaches to this procedure and your surgeon will help you decide which technique is best for you.
Inframammary implant surgery is generally recommended by surgeons who want most control over exact position of implant. Placing implant directly into tissue of breast allows surgeons to maintain greater control and shape of implant as well as make small corrections to enhance overall look, shape and feel.
Trans-Axillary breast enhancement is for women who are looking to have a less noticeable indication of breast implants. This procedure is performed by a small incision directly into armpit where implant is inserted. This creates a more natural appearance and causes fewer complications with nursing.
Foundation for The Black WomanWritten by Lape Soetan
The Black Woman seems to fall into one of three schools of thought when it comes to using foundation. The women who go overboard with foundation and end up with thick, ‘pancake’ look; others who don’t see need for foundation, hate ‘pancake’ look they see on other women and therefore stay away from foundation totally and then there are women who realise that foundation is a useful and sometimes necessary tool, who have practised with different shades and formulas of foundations and have learnt to create ‘flawless skin’ look made possible with discreet use of foundation. The truth is that every woman should belong to third school of thought and should know that very few women have wonderful skin everyday. For discerning woman, illusion of perfect skin is achieved by using right foundation properly. The feeling you get from having seemingly perfect skin is akin to what you feel when you finally find a pair of black trousers that suit you perfectly – immense confidence.
There are two important features to look for when choosing foundation and they are colour and formula or type of foundation. Unlike a lot of women apparently think, foundation is not meant to be colour you wish your skin was but is supposed to be your exact skin shade. The only way to choose right colour of foundation for your skin is to experiment by trying different colours. Of course, this experiment may turn out to be a little expensive but think of it as research towards creating a better-looking you! To discover perfect colour match for your skin, dab a little foundation onto your finger and draw a line with foundation onto your cheek. If base disappears into your skin and you can’t see it, then it is perfect shade for you.
Choosing a specific foundation type or formula depends on your skin type and reason you need foundation. For example: use oil-free foundation if you have oily skin, moisturizing formulas for dry skin and special, light-reflecting formulas for mature skin. Liquid formulas give skin complete coverage but tend to make skin look ‘opaque’. They are best used for photo shoots, music videos, shows and such events. 2-in-1 formulas combine foundation and powder and are best for everyday use.