Bigger wedding, happier marriage? Ian (John Corbett) and Toula (Nia Vardalos) in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.” (IFC Films) In romantic comedies, big weddings are usually a bad thing, a sign that the bride lost sight of her real priorities. Think: the “Sex and the City” movie, “Bride Wars,” etc. But it’s not clear this cliche holds up in real life. A new report from the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia uses a longitudinal survey of recently married American couples to find correlations between spouses’ histories and the quality of their marriage. Perhaps surprisingly, it finds that having a formal wedding is associated with being in a happier marriage: Source: “Before ‘I Do,’ ” The National Marriage Project. Of course, we don’t know the reasons behind why the 418 couples in the sample chose to have a formal wedding ceremony or just drop by city hall. The authors, Galena K. [T]here is some reason to believe that having more witnesses at a wedding may actually strengthen marital quality.
Limited Edition! Unicorn Dust - Petal Drops – Hidden Cosmetics We have finally got to the stage of release for our magical Enchanted holiday collection of Unicorn Dust. A LIMITED EDITION SET, once it's gone it's GONE. Have sparkle filled holidays with our duo chrome top quality cosmetic glitters. Each set includes 6 beautiful glitters in the shades; Frostbite - a duo chrome blue/purple Crystal prism - a duo chrome multi colour Opal snow - a duo chrome purple Sunstone - a duo chrome bronze Petal drops - a duo chrome pink/green Moon pearls - flaked glitter Check our official Instagram @hiddencosmetics for more pictures/swatches of this stunning set of cosmetic glitters. Hidden Cosmetics aims to bring the best to our customers and we are now offering top quality loose cosmetic grade glitters otherwise known as 'Unicorn Dust'. Our Unicorn Dust has been approved and is safe to use for your face ,body, nail and anywhere else you choose fit! Please note this is a pre-order and will be dispatched on: 2nd January 2017
Accueil Aroma-Zone - Aroma-Zone 11 Beauty Brands from Abroad You Need to Know About Did you know some of the best beauty secrets from all over the world are available right here on Beautylish? As we’ve built our shop over the past few years, we’ve scoured the globe for the best of the best—from Dutch makeup line Ellis Faas to the premium brush line Chikuhodo hailing from Kumano, Japan. Let this handy guide serve as a passport to getting to know our overseas brands. Ellis Faas hails from: Netherlands why you need to know about it: With 20+ cream eye shadows, 30+ liquid lip colors, and a wide range of premium foundations, there’s reason Vogue Paris called Ellis Faas “one of the most influential makeup artists of her generation.” standout product: Skin Veil foundation Shop all Ellis Faas Chikuhodo hails from: Japan why you need to know about it: The softest natural-hair brushes your skin has ever felt? standout product: Z Series Z-4 Cheek/Highlight Shop all Chikuhodo Lucas’ Papaw Remedies hails from: Australia standout product: Lucas’ Papaw Ointment Shop all Lucas’ Papaw Remedies
BH Cosmetics: High Quality Makeup for Eyes, Face, Lips Drugstore Holy Grail Master List Shapes & Uses This list contains the most common brush shapes along with their typical uses. It isn’t exhaustive by any means, and of course specific brush shapes aren’t limited to the use listed here. Many brushes can also be used for multiple tasks, such as using the same brush for blush/contouring or one brush for an entire eye look. Eyes Lid - usually a somewhat flat, dense brush with a slightly rounded tip, large enough to cover a significant portion of the lid space. Examples: Eco Tools Shader (from the eye set), MAC 239, Hakuhodo G5507 Crease - usually a round shape, often with a domed, angled or tapered tip for more precise placement. Examples: Eco Tools Crease (from the eye set), Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush (from the Starter Set), MAC 224, Hakuhodo J142 Blending - a fluffy brush, often rounded, with longer bristles to diffuse product. Examples: Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush (from the Starter Set), MAC 217, Hakuhodo J5523 Foundation Cheeks & Face Angled: e.l.f. Other Price
18.82$ Holy Grail - Mid-Range Master List Shapes & Uses This list contains the most common brush shapes along with their typical uses. It isn’t exhaustive by any means, and of course specific brush shapes aren’t limited to the use listed here. Many brushes can also be used for multiple tasks, such as using the same brush for blush/contouring or one brush for an entire eye look. Eyes Lid - usually a somewhat flat, dense brush with a slightly rounded tip, large enough to cover a significant portion of the lid space. Examples: Eco Tools Shader (from the eye set), MAC 239, Hakuhodo G5507 Crease - usually a round shape, often with a domed, angled or tapered tip for more precise placement. Examples: Eco Tools Crease (from the eye set), Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush (from the Starter Set), MAC 224, Hakuhodo J142 Blending - a fluffy brush, often rounded, with longer bristles to diffuse product. Examples: Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush (from the Starter Set), MAC 217, Hakuhodo J5523 Foundation Cheeks & Face Angled: e.l.f. Other Price
Web Pages That Suck - learn good web design by looking at bad web design - Home Page 9 Money Habits That Will Put You On The Path To Wealth | LearnVest While a six-figure inheritance or high-paying job can land you in the top 1 percent of earners, it's the little things -- your money habits -- that often make the difference between a life of prosperity and one of constant financial stress. Just ask LearnVest Planning Services CFP® David Blaylock, who doesn't simply advise his clients on the merits of good money habits -- he practices what he preaches. For example, "I do a periodic review of all the subscriptions I have -- the ones that hit my credit cards each month," says Blaylock. "You'd be surprised at how many subscriptions we all have and how many go unused. Taking inventory of your recurring subscriptions and services is just one habit that can get you on the road to better fortune. So what are these easy changes that can help move you further along the road to prosperity? 1. "Most people spend some money, pay their bills and save what's left," says Butler. 2. RELATED: 4 Strategies to Reach Your Money Goals Faster 3. 4. His advice?
What To Do With All Your Stuff While You’re Gone – BootsnAll As you sit on your couch basking in all the glory of your trip planning, you start to look around. Suddenly you notice some things. Lots of things. Everywhere. “Oh, boy!” you say to yourself aloud. Panic starts to set in, but then you realize how far you’ve come over these months (or years) of planning this epic, long-term trip. Getting rid of your crap Not everything you own is crap. If you are a traveling family, it’s even worse. Well now is your chance to start anew. Even if you are coming back to the same place you live in now, it’s still a good idea to take this opportunity to do some downsizing. What to do with it all Some stuff will have to be thrown out or given away. Selling off a lot of your stuff is not only empowering because you’re paring down and learning to live on less (which is what you’ll be doing for the length of your trip), but it can also garner you a good deal of extra funds for your trip or for your nest-egg for your return. Storing your stuff The pet dilemma
How to Sell Everything You Own - Part 2 In Part 1 of How To Sell All Of Your Stuff we gave our top tips for getting started. Now in Part 2 we share our favourite selling methods. Set Up A Stuff Blog This is my biggest tip for selling your stuff – utilise your networks. After selling things for months on ebay, I advertised some of the bulky items to my friends. It worked amazingly well! I would recommend that you start selling your belongings with this method. Fees: Free! Best for: everything and everyone, especially those with large friendship and work networks. Ebay Ebay is the classic method for selling things online and the one I used most, although if I were to do it again I would start with the Stuff Blog. Here are my top tips for selling on ebay. List your items on Sunday afternoon or evening for a 7 day listing to reach the maximum viewers. For more ebay selling tips, check out Money Saving Expert. Fees: Ebay charge a listing fee if the starting price is more than 99p and if it sells they’ll take a 10% cut. Share