Fashion tips for makeup and clothings for going out clubbing.
Whether you are going out to the local club for a night out with the girls or going out to make a few new friends your appearance should be a number one priority. Clubs are a place where you go to be seen and in a situation where everyone is dressed to impress your first impression will be a lasting one. You always want to be sure that you make your entrance in a style that suite you best.
Many clubs are loud and dimly light. While this works in your favor if you are one that does not like to strike up casual conversation it doesn't help if you are used to impressing people with you conversational skills. When you don't have the option of reeling admires in with your sparkling wit you have to rely on your natural good looks.
The first thing you want to think about is your make up. This may not seem hard to some but to those of us who don't wear make up daily this can present a problem. It is hard to know what colors suit your complexion or how to properly apply the stuff. If you don't know how to apply make up or how to pick the right tones don't panic. Try to give yourself time to go to your local department store.
At most department stores make up counters there are plenty of available sales ladies who are willing and able to help you get started. If you can't do that go with your gut feeling. Look through your make up collection or visit a drug store if you want to experiment. Choose colors that you are comfortable with. Soft tones that are close to your natural coloring are usually the best.
If you notice bright reds or blues that you feel will compliment your outfit or that you think are pretty stay away from them! While these colors can be very flattering when properly applied a lot of us either under do things to the point where we might as well not have bothered or over do things to the point where we resemble a circus clown. Stay to neutrals or soft colors, bronze or browns, maybe even tans. If you have a very milky complexion light pinks are also a good choice for eye make up and blush.
When it comes to the lipstick you can liven things up a little bit. Darker reds and mauves are good choices or even light pinks if you have a softer complexion. You want to draw attention to and accentuate your mouth without drowning it with colors.
Once your make up is taken care of it is time to tackle the clothing. When you start looking at outfits remember that your first impression is a lasting one. If you are noticed do you want it to be because of an ultra revealing outfit or because of your fashion sense?
As you go through your closet remember that fashionable doesn't always mean flattering. Something that looks great on the model at the mall might not look so nice on you. Choose an outfit that complements your figure. Something that will show off your natural curves drawing attention to the features you like and concealing those that make you uncomfortable.
Most importantly remember what you are going to be doing at the club when you choose your outfit. If you are someone who enjoys dancing a lot choose comfortable slacks or a skirt that is not to tight. Do you enjoy spending time at the bar drinking? Then an outfit that is more constricting is okay.
The most important thing to remember when getting your makeup and clothing ready is to be happy with your self. While dressing to impress people in the club is important dressing to impress your self is the most important thing of all.
This guide is designed to provide a quick and easy reference for tips on how to care for your bedding. Following a few simple steps to preserve the quality of your comforters, duvets, sheets, and other bed linens will result in long-lasting and beautiful bedding. The information provided covers general bedding care and maintenance. Please adhere to the specific care instructions provided by the manufacturer of your bed linens if there are any discrepancies.
How Do I Wash My Bedding?
Before you first wash your bed linens, you will need to determine the type of fabric involved. Most manufacturers will place cleaning codes on fabrics, usually on the manufacturer's label. Here is a reference list of those cleaning codes:
WS: This fabric may be cleaned with water-based cleaning agents and foams, as well as with mild, water-free dry cleaning solvents.
W: Use water-based cleaning agents or foams only.
S: Use only mild, water-free dry cleaning solvents.
X: Do not use foam or liquid agents on this fabric. Vacuum or brush lightly to remove soil.
Washing and drying your bedding may require specific care depending on the fabric type:
Cotton: Cotton is a prevalent fabric in bedding, and it also very easy fabric to wash and maintain. Most cotton products are machine washable and can be placed in the dryer at a low setting to prevent shrinkage.
Polyester: Polyester is a very durable material which requires similar care to nylon, but it is safe to line dry. Again, to avoid pilling, hand wash when possible.
Nylon: Nylon is fairly durable, and is generally machine washable, even in a normal cycle. Use warm or cool water only, and go light on the detergent. Never use bleach. It is safe to put nylon in the dryer on lowest heat setting. Do not line-dry nylon linens, because the sun is nylon's enemy.
Silk: Treat this fabric the same as acetate, but be careful about line-drying as silk is more sensitive to sun-damage. Also, because silk is usually very thin, be especially careful when wringing out.
Satin: Satin made of silk and nylon should be shielded from the sun, so if you have a bright sunny room, go for acetate or polyester satin. It's best to just dry-clean satin bedspreads and satin comforters. They are impossible to hand-wash, and bunch up too much in a washer.
Expert Tips on Bed Linen Care
Use only very mild detergents or linen washes. Don't use too much detergent, and be careful not to pour it directly onto the fabric.
Wash similar colors on the gentle cycle with warm (not hot) water.
Never use chlorine bleach or detergents with bleach. Enzyme-reactive stain removers may be used as needed.
Forget fabric softeners! Buildup will coat threads and leave them brittle.
Let the sheets air dry if possible. Otherwise, use the low setting on the dryer and take them out while they're still damp.
Iron sheets while they're still slightly damp to the touch. When pressing monograms or embellishments, place them facedown on a thick towel to avoid flattening the design.
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