Favorite Beauty Products of August/September

Favorite beauty products for the month of August/September

Today I thought I could write about my favorite products of August, along with September too.

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  • My top favorite product is the Mac Gel Eyeliner.  What I mostly like about it is that it doesn’t dry out with time.  This very important because if the product dries out, then it’ll be hard to apply and will eventually stop using it!  Some YouTube beauty gurus introduced some solutions for this problem, but with MAC I haven’t faced any problem.
  • The next favorite products are the Rimmel London Kate Lipstick: 101(pink), Rossetto rouge: 077 Asia:  beautiful colors with gorgeous smells and affordable prices.
  • The Revlon ColorStay foundation: lasts for a long time and definitely can manage hot weather.  What I mostly love about it is that it doesn’t dries the skin during and afterwards.  With foundations, it’s important to choose the product that really suits your skin type whether it’s dry, oily or combination of the two.
  • Rimmel powder blush (bronze color): helps to contour the face and adds a sparkle to the face.

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One of THOSE Days: Having a Problem with Someone?

Yesterday was one of those days where you pick a fight or get sensitive over some people’s comments or attitudes.  The days where you decide to explode after a long time of patience and silence.  At least this is what I thougGod-will-make-a-way-when-there-seems-to-be-no-way.ht but for the first time I felt that may be I am not a sensitive person as I think about myself.  Maybe it’s good to say that you’re upset over something, regardless of how people may react or think.  It’s that simple!  When people around us tend to say what they like and don’t like, why should we shut our mouths when theirs are widely opened?  So after thinking for a while, I thought that yes I will talk to this person and list the things that bothered me, instead of gossiping and carrying a heavy luggage in my heart.  Trust me, after the long peaceful talk we had, I felt really good.  My heart lightened and my mind cleared.  Why is that? Because I managed to translate my feelings maybe for the first time in my life! And to make this post more valuable for readers, I decided to do a small research on human relationships, problems and how to deal with them?

So how the human relationships work?

Communication process evolves from three main areas: listening, feedback and conflict resolution or problem solving.  In simple words, we listen, react and have some complexities with each other.  We deal with people at work, home and even with total strangers at the same exact way over and over again.  What differs is that sometimes you get upset over someone; or someone gets upset over you.  This process becomes communicational (is this word correct?) because we use the technique of “feedback“: sending and receiving messages (and this is what I used to fix the problem I had yesterday).   Feedback grows with discussions and then leads to a conclusion that could be positive or negative.

When do problems occur?

Everyone has their own problems and they differ in many ways: characters, time, plot and place (That’s a play not a problem!); but the roots of these different problems are always the same:

  • Different perspectives and opinions
  • Gossiping
  • Betray
  • Cultural differences and beliefs
  • Jealousy
  •  Aggressive competition
  • Arrogance: When people believe that others are nothing compared to them
  • Chemistry just doesn’t match!
  • misunderstanding

The reasons go on and on as societies and people grow in age and number.  Unfortunately, these reasons lead to fights, total abandonment, misunderstanding and hate.  And each of us get to choose how to deal with any problem and by our responds, we can make solutions, or only make the problems get bigger.

How to deal with problems like that?

The first thing you should do is calm down, because if you don’t, you’ll end up making bad decisions and saying the wrong things.  Sometimes, writing down the whole experience helps you to see the problem in front of you and then make the solutions you think are right.  I prefer writing more than telling everyone around me what happened and that’s because when I talk to my friends or anyone close from me for example, they’ll always consider me the right one even if I was the one who is wrong.  So writing or even drawing will make you face YOURSELF, so you could see where you were wrong.  Then decide what you want to do.  After that, apply your decision but try to be fast, you don’t want to back off and hide what upsets you.  The final thing is accept the conclusion, whether it was positive or negative: the other person may not accept your perspective, or they may keep annoying you non- stop.  In that case remember this saying, “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” -Dr. Maya Angelou.  You can choose to ignore them or maybe become really formal so you draw a line between you and them.

I know that the social problems aren’t as big as health problems or any huge problem but it changes our mood, which means that we care.  Remember that honesty and facing what bothers us always works the best.

I hope you enjoyed reading my post

Reference:

http://www.ntuaft.com/TISE/IRS%20manual/wellness/three_problems_in_human_relation.htm

http://rishikajain.com/2012/04/24/god-quote/

Writing Gallery Is Nominated For The LIEBSTER Award

Today I’ve got a sweet notification from a new friend, Kubra, telling me that she nominated me for The LIEBSTER Award!  Honestly I didn’t know about this award until today; it’s specialized for bloggers who just started and have less than 400 followers.  I started blogging in 2012 and only in the last couple months, I came back and stick to it.  Knowing that there are other bloggers that will always encourage you is really flattering.  Thank you Kubra and I totally recommend everyone to check her amazing blog, “My Luggage Is Elsewhere”.

So what are the rules of this award?

1. Each nominee must link back the person who nominated them.

2. Answer the 10 questions which are given to you by the nominator.

3. Nominate 10 other bloggers for this award who have less than 400 followers.

4. Create 10 questions for your nominees to answer.

5. Let the nominees know that they have been nominated by going to their blog and notifying them.

Now, me applying the rules:

1-            Kubra at http://myluggwhere.wordpress.com/

2- answering questions:

  If you could have one special power, what would it be?

The power of total ignorance of anything that would bother me

At what age of your life will you consider yourself “old?”

Never and ever

Hard copy of a book or electronic edition? Why?

A book; because I always prefer the traditional ways of anything.

What is the most amazing place you have ever been to?

London, Regent Park

Do you blog more for yourself or for others to read?

For myself, I seriously need to practice English.

Sunday – a pajamas day, or a day out?

Pajamas day

What is your biggest talent?

Acting LOL

What is one thing without which you never go out?

I don’t know, may be the phone.

Country or a city life?

The city life! I just adore the rush!

What’s one of the strangest thing you have ever done?

I tend to talk to myself while driving!

3-            My nominees are few because I haven’t participated until recently:

DebE

Cognitioneducation

Lipgloss and a Backpack

Dreaming in Arabic

JavaGirl’s Life

The Blog of Nikki Bausch

4–            Questions:

Iphone or Galaxy?

What’s your favorite book?

What’s your dream job?

What’s motivates you to write?

What’s your favorite dish (food)?

What kind of sport do you like and why?

Nature or urban life?

Who influenced you the most in your life?

Whose blog do you like to read every day?

What’s your favorite quote or saying?

That’s it!

Enjoy answering the questions and good luck.