News with tag Manicure  RSS
Man with the world's longest fingernails gets a manicure for the first time in 66 years

Added: 14.07.2018 5:18 | 0 views | 0 comments

July 14, 2018 5:18 PM
A man from India cut his nails for the first time in 66 years on Wednesday (July 11).


Shh, There’s a Super-Secret Wimbledon Beauty Salon

Added: 13.07.2018 10:14 | 0 views | 0 comments

When players need a new braid, manicure or deep-conditioning treatment, they know where to go. No fans allowed.


Goerges' Wimbledon nightmare turns into dream run

Added: 10.07.2018 15:44 | 0 views | 0 comments

In her last five appearances at Wimbledon, Julia Goerges might as well have been playing on quicksand - albeit topped with lush manicured blades of grass - as she failed to win a singles match at the championships.


Doing Your Manicure at Home? 9 Pro Tips to Get It Right

Added: 29.06.2018 6:30 | 0 views | 0 comments

From selecting your desired nail shape to prepping the right way, extend the life of your at-home manicure with these nine tips.

Tags: Manicure

Meet Jay Jay Revlon, the manicurist who's doing it for the boys

Added: 18.06.2018 10:06 | 0 views | 0 comments

He's nailed it


'Frightening' manicure allows you to comb your hair with your nails - but it could get really painful

Added: 15.06.2018 7:02 | 0 views | 0 comments

On the plus side, you never need to pack a hairbrush in your bag ever again

Tags: Manicure

E3 2018 Hands-On Preview: Mutant Football League | Link-Cable

Added: 13.06.2018 6:39 | 0 views | 0 comments

Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "E3 can often be all about glitz and glamour but sometimes you need to take a step back from all the perfectly manicured games out there and appreciate the blood, guts and piles of carcasses being blown to bits for our enjoyment. And thats exactly the philosophy behind Mutant Football League, a game were you can definitely win through tactics and strategy (like a good, ol-fashioned football player) but also by simply bashing your opponents face into the gridiron."


Satellite photos reveal the devastation of Guatemala's Fuego volcano

Added: 09.06.2018 3:38 | 0 views | 0 comments

Hotel La Reunión Golf Resort and Residences sits in the shadow of Guatemala's Volcán de Fuego, at about five miles away. Prior to the June 3 eruption, it was a verdant land, with well-manicured lawns.  Two days later, harrowing avalanches of scorching volcanic ash, rocky debris, and gas — called pyroclastic flows — smothered La Reunión and the surrounding land. Satellite images taken before and after the eruption reveal the devastation, which was not caused by lava flows, but by these speeding chaotic avalanches.  SEE ALSO: Why Guatemala's volcano erupted in deadly avalanches, but Hawaii's hasn't Fuego, an explosive volcano, erupts like this "intermittently," Stanley Mertzman, a volcanologist at Franklin and Marshall College, said over email. For anyone studying this mountain, he recommends that "your life insurance is paid up," and if the mountain erupts, "to stay out of the valleys." It's good then, that La Reunión evacuated early before some of these pyroclastic flows traveled down the steep flanks of Fuego, moving down low-lying channels and blanketing the land below in gray-brown volcanic soot.  Hotel La Reunion Golf Resort and Residences on April 7, 2018.Image: ©2018 DIGITALGLOBE, A MAXAR COMPANY Hotel La Reunion Golf Resort and Residences on June 6, 2018.Image: ©2018 DigitalGlobe, a Maxar company In a statement the resort released on social media, La Reunión notes that it heeded evacuation warnings before the hot debris flows — which Mertzman said can range from 400 to over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit — pummeled the area. Not everyone around the volcano, however, was able to evacuate in time. As of June 6, the Guatemalan government reported 75 deaths due to Fuego's activity. Similar to La Reunión, the village of San Miguel Los Lotes has been buried in Fuego's sand-like, volcanic debris. "You can actually see gases emanating from the cooling warm mass," noted Mertzman. San Miguel Los Lotes on February 8, 2018.Image: ©2018 DIGITALGLOBE, A MAXAR COMPANY San Miguel Los Lotes on June 6, 2018.Image: ©2018 DIGITALGLOBE, A MAXAR COMPANY Images from the ground show devastation.  Many homes, cars, bodies, and animals — if not buried completely — have been coated in Fuego's grey soot.  A dead duck in Escuintla, Guatemala, on June 4.Image: Luis Soto/AP/REX/ShutterstockVolcano scientists keep an index of how explosive each volcano in the world is. The ranking ranges from 0 to 6, with 6 being the most explosive.  On a global scale, Fuego is decently explosive, falling between 3 and 4, said Mertzman.  As a counter example, Hawaii's Kilauea, which typically oozes lava and rarely kills people, falls somewhere between 0 and 1, he said.  WATCH: Ever wonder how the universe might end?

Wider Image: On sea, snow or street, soccer prevails

Added: 07.06.2018 12:38 | 0 views | 0 comments

As Russia puts the finishing touches to the carefully manicured fields that will host the World Cup from next week, people around the globe are playing soccer on a surprising variety of makeshift pitches.


Yara Shahidi Reveals Weird Guilty Pleasures, Drugstore Beauty and More

Added: 01.06.2018 7:30 | 0 views | 0 comments

In honor of National Nail Polish Day, put your best fingers forward. Opt for something out of your manicure norm. Choose a color you'd never try. Or just find inspiration from Yara...


Older articles »
Contact us