I often get compliments on my very short hair. People often find it an extension of what they call my ‘natural, confident’ self. Secretly, I enjoy those compliments but what many don’t know is, my current hairstyle wasn’t my first choice and that I never planned it to become a reflection of my personality.
I visited countless websites including YouTube, and was impressed by the sea of information available on the topic. Days, weeks, and months passed, and then I had an idea. Why not provide people with information through blogging and vblogging?
Between the symptoms of a medical condition and their proper treatment lies proper diagnosis. Which is why finding the right person who can treat your problem is very important. And that is a bit more involved a process than reading up online reviews or asking friends and colleagues for references. To begin with, you might even wonder about the particular specialist that you need to see.
Keeping your scalp clean, providing proper nourishment and conditioning your hair. But even before you actually choose a product or browse through the brands you should know all about your hair. An understanding of your hair type and texture is a good place to begin.
Centuries back, in the ancient land of Egypt, there ruled a queen whose beauty was to be a legend in all the years to come. She was Cleopatra. The lady about whom Shakespeare in his Anthony and Cleopatra says, ‘Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale/ Her infinite variety…’. Battles were fought, kingdoms were lost, men were conquered and many such events occurred which were all buried in the sands of history. But even now what lives on is the story of the legendary beauty queen of all generations, Cleopatra, the woman who ruled the hearts of the two most powerful men of her time and who is still considered to be the paragon of quintessential beauty.