Thursday, April 23, 2020

Easy Tips for Maintaining Hair Extensions Looking Great

April 23, 2020 4 Comments

Today is a perfect day to start having the hair of your dreams. Maybe you are bored of having short hair and wanted to try micro links extensions in your own home or you will find the most luxurious hair extensions place from a well-known stylist. If you decide to have a new look having hair extensions, you should know excellent care that can make your weave last longer. Here are the tips for keeping the extensions looking great.

Read Your Shampoo's Component List
First, cheap shampoo makes hair extensions look dull and brittle with time. On top of this, the cheaper the shampoo, the greater for it make use of, which puts more deterioration in your extensions. Make use of a high-quality shampoo, and select one without alcohol within the component list. This is considerably gentler in your weave, it also keeps looking good. Shampoo plays a big role to keep the weave beautiful, so always wash it thoroughly with water.

Consider Professional Tightening
Some stylists offer professional tightening for the weave, especially when you do it yourself for the first time. When you're coping with more complicated hair, like Brazilian hair extensions, it's worthwhile to do it professionally tightened and re-guaranteed. It's far less expensive than visiting the salon for an entirely new set.

Comb Carefully
Whenever you comb hair, start into the base then comb everything lightly. It will help the roots of the extensions stable. Brushing your hair carefully protects the weave from falling out.
After taking a bath, let your hair dry by itself. You might pat it dry very lightly with a towel. Avoid blow-drying hair or use a straightening iron onto it. If you end up with such products to dry hair, take the time, and set the unit around the lowest setting available.

Speak to your Stylist
A great tip from a stylist can make a big difference. Consult with your stylist about maintenance and the best way to prevent harm to your hair. Be certain and always visit your stylist on the regular schedule of your extension.

Love Your Scalp
When you take proper care of your natural virgin hair as well as your extensions, it's also wise to focus on your scalp. A healthy scalp offers an important foundation for the extensions. Rinse your scalp every couple of days with witch hazel, which will keep your skin clean. Witch hazel also encourages your scalp to create oils that keep the hair healthy, too. Rub the oil to your scalp for any soothing massage before rinsing the oil out.

Get Enough Sleep
Take proper care of hair by getting a night of quality sleep. For instance, let your hair Perruque to dry completely before you decide to sleep, and when it's dry, wrap it inside a soft cloth. It helps from tearing or from becoming mangled while you sleep. You might cover hair on other occasions too. For instance, when swimming, you should put on a good cap to help keep the swimming pool water from damaging your extensions.

Life is too short to have boring hair. Have a good night and may your weave stay tight.

Friday, April 17, 2020

Spend Time Wisely While At Home - Learning Never Stops at OneClass

April 17, 2020 0 Comments

The past few months, the whole world is suffering from Covid-19. An infectious disease caused by newly discovered coronavirus. A lot of people are affected, some got sick, some recovered, some people died and the rest on lockdown - a state of isolation or restricted access instituted as a security measure so that the virus won't spread. An enhanced community quarantine was imposed. Stay home and stay safe. 

During this time, a lot of businesses were closed except for the food businesses, groceries, pharmacies, banks and remittance centers. Even schools were forced to close. Graduation rites were postponed. So students have been stuck at home and wondering what to do.

When it comes to studying, you have a lot of time now that you are at home. If you are bored, studying is one of the best way to spend time wisely. They said that Education is the true path to success. I agree. One way of studying is to read books or watching videos about the subjects in your grade. Or you can learn with the help of a tutor.

Lucky for the 150 million college students in the world, OneClass exists for you. With an extensive library of exam study guides, lecture notes and video tutorials created by top students, you can quickly find what you need when you need it. There’s a reason why 90% of all students who use OneClass get better grades.

They are here to support all students who want to continue to learn. Their tutors will be here teaching LIVE, for high school, college, and university math and chemistry, 7 days a week. Together, let’s stay on top of your studies. 

They offer free tutoring program with Janine the Tutor and live streaming! You may visit OneClass if you want to avail the free tutoring program. Keep your children learning so they can achieve their goals.

One more thing is that OneClass is a site which lets you get paid to help with homework, do homework online, share college class notes. Be a note taker. Taking great quality notes for your courses and uploading them after class. You will get paid when you go to class and improve your grades. 

Why Join Them?
  • Receive $470 for every class you attend
  • A reference letter you can include with your resume
  • Opportunities open to auditing students
  • Serve your school community with Pride!
  • Boost your own GPA!
Wow! You will be a big help to everyone with learning needs while at the same time learning, earning extra money and improving yourself. 

Always remember, Education is really important that it gives us a knowledge of the world around us and changes it into something better. Keep learning guys. Learning is fun.

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Project Ugnayan beneficiaries reach over 7.6 million people in Greater Metro Manila poor communities

April 15, 2020 0 Comments

Project Ugnayan, the fund-raising initiative led by top business groups in cooperation with the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF), reached over 7.6 million people in the vulnerable communities of Greater Metro Manila.

“As we close, we wish to reiterate our wholehearted thanks to all our generous Donors for making this project possible. By coming together in a Bayanihan spirit so quickly, we were able to create a program of this scale and importance. This unprecedented assembly of so many of the country’s  corporations and business families coming to the assistance of the most vulnerable in our society illustrates and speaks of the heart and generosity of the business community.

Our special thanks go to the 10 Bishops of the Dioceses in Metro Manila, Rizal, Bulacan, Cavite, and Laguna, as well as to Caritas Manila under the leadership of Father Anton Pascual, and the network of Parish Priests, Volunteers, and Barangay Captains who distributed the gift certificates door-to-door in the lowest-income communities of Greater Metro Manila. We appreciate the swiftness and efficiency of their work under very difficult conditions and over very long hours each day,” said Project Ugnayan Lead, Fernando Zobel de Ayala.

"We are grateful for this opportunity to be part of this business community effort to help people in a time of crisis. This is a movement we should nurture as we prepare to let people return to work and to re-start our economy in the post-quarantine period.” said PDRF Co-Chairman Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala.

“The unity in diversity demonstrated by Project Ugnayan reveals the private sector’s serious commitment to help our country recover from the lost economic momentum because of the pandemic. We are proud to be part of this extraordinary collaboration of industries which will prove most valuable in getting the economy back on track,” PDRF Co-Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan said.

According to Father Anton CT Pascual, Executive Director of Caritas Manila, the initiative earned praises from Archdiocese of Manila Apostolic Administrator Bishop Broderick Pabillo, San Pablo Bishop Buenaventura Famadico and other Prelates of the Suffragan Dioceses of Manila. The Prelates thanked the businessmen and private organization who collectively help to make Project Ugnayan possible.

“The true spirit of Easter is about hope and has special significance in these difficult times. We thank all the generous benefactors of Project Ugnayan for this opportunity to fulfill a great mission of compassion for our vulnerable brothers and sisters. Your gifts have warmed their hearts and uplifted their spirits,” Father Pascual said.

Caritas Manila’s Project Damayan, the project’s main distributor of emergency cash through P1,000 supermarket gift certificates has so far reached 1,070,854 families or 5,354,270 people. It is on target to deliver gift certificates to 1,366,495 families or 6,832,475 people by Wednesday, April 15 ( the original end-date of the Enhanced Community Quarantine).

ABS-CBN’s Pantawid ng Pagibig has reached 238,854 families or 1,194,270 people through food packs delivered through Local Government Units. They will reach a total of 631,921 families or 3,151,605 people by the end of their program.
ADB and the Government’s Bayan, Bayanihan has delivered food packages to 13,370 families or 66,850 people through the Philippine Army and DSWD. ADB has provided funding to reach 80,000 families or a total of 400,000 people.

Jollibee’s FoodAID program delivers ready-to-cook chicken to low-income families from its commissary through a network composed of Don Bosco, Caritas Manila, and the Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Pamilya ng Pantawid (SNPP). So far, they have delivered to 199,491 families or 977,455 people. They are targeting to reach 500,000 families or 2,500,000 people by end-April.

“In sum, Project Ugnayan and its Partners have reached 1,522,569 families or 7,612,845 people in just over three weeks. This number will rise as all deliveries have already been programmed by the partners,” said Fernando Zobel de Ayala.

The donors of Project Ugnayan are (in alphabetical order): Aboitiz Group, ABSCBN/First Gen, Alaska Milk Corporation, Alliance Global Group & Megaworld, AY Foundation & RCBC, Ayala Corporation. Bench/Suyen Corp, Bonifacio West Devt Corp. Carmelray Group, Cathay Land, Inc, Cebuana Lhullier, Century Pacific, Coca Cola Philippines, Concepcion Industrial, Consuelo "Chito" Madrigal Foundation, Inc., Daiichi Properties, DMCI Group of Companies, Dowell Container and Packaging Corporation, Far Eastern University, First Life Financial Company, Focus Global, Inc., Global Food Group, Glorious Commercial Exports, Inc., Gokongwei Group of Companies/Robinsons Retail Holdings, ICTSI, JAKA Group 1, Jollibee, J.P. Morgan, Kawit Prime Holdings, Inc., Leonio Group, Mercury Drug Corporation, Metrobank,

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