Go for bolder brows
Fuller brows are universally more youthful. Don’t bother if you have over-plucked in the past. Simply fill in those areas with a brow pencil. Also avoid putting creams, moisturizers or other lotions on your brow area. They distort hair growth by clogging the follicle. Bolder, defined brows give the illusion of a younger face, so definitely invest in a product to help fill in any gaps along your brow.
Go wild with colors and look colorful in your attire. Do not be scared to play with colors. While trying to achieve this, be careful not to go against the colors that go well with your undertone, because colors that suit your undertone will definitely make you look beautiful.
Accessories will make you pop and glow, go for them. Asides the fact that they pop your face up, they help to draw a huge mass of attention to wherever you put them. Earrings should be used according to your face shape. The best deal is to know your body well and you work with that. Accessorize well for your age and body shape. Wearing accessories that flatter your figure and shape can make you instantly look beautiful and more trendy without having to try too hard.
Avoid age-specific clothes.
Due to culture and some other reasons, some clothes have been specifically attributed to some particular age and those clothes make you look older than what you look like. Take dares and experiment with whatever will make you look pretty, just ensure you look good and at your best. Women don’t need to show additional cleavage to look younger, instead, wear flattering shirts that emphasize your best features without calling too much attention to your chest
Always get your hair done and update your hairstyle.
Go with trendy hairstyle but ensure they look well on you. It will be much safer to make hairstyles that go well with your face shape as the aim is to look beautiful despite your age.
Invest in quality sunshades.
Cat’s eye frames are especially known to make people look younger by lifting the face, while aviators negatively focus attention downward. Invest in good quality sunshades, they not only add class to your look, but they also help protect you in the sun. If you are on a recommended lens, you can have it customized to whatever you want.
What is a stroke?
A stroke happens when the blood supply to part of the brain is interrupted either by a burst blood vessel within or around the brain (haemorrhagic stroke) or a blockage as a result of a clot (ischaemic stroke). If brain cells lose their supply of oxygen from the blood, they will be damaged or will die, and whatever function they controlled in the body will be affected.
:: What are the symptoms?
F – Facial weakness: Can the person smile? Has his/her mouth or eye drooped?
A – Arm weakness: Can the person raise both arms? Is one arm weak? Has the mobility of their legs been affected?
S – Speech problems: Can the person speak clearly and understand what you say?
T – Time to go to the Hospital: If the person has failed any of these tests go to the hospital immediately. This is very important as the longer the affected part of the brain is without blood, the greater the residual damage will be.
Other symptoms can include: Problems with balance and co-ordination; difficulty swallowing; sudden blurred vision or loss of sight and severe headache.
One of the best ways to protect yourself against a stroke or heart attack is by not smoking. Here are other ways:
• Maintain a healthy weight
Being overweight increases your risk of high blood pressure,high cholesterol levels, cardiovascular disease and diabetes —risk factors for a stroke and heart attack. So eat a nutritious diet and aim for 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity on most days.
• Limit fats and cholesterol
Limit meat to a total of 6 ounces daily. Choose fat-free or low-fat dairy products. Limit saturated fats and avoid trans
fats. Instead of solid fats (butter, margarine, shortening), use monounsaturated oils (canola, olive and peanut) and polyunsaturated oils (corn, safflower, sesame, sunflower and soy).
• Eat fish that have omega-3s
Eat fish that have omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon and trout.
• Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables
Produce contains nutrients such as potassium, folate and antioxidants that may protect against stroke and heart attack. Eat at least three servings of fruits and at least four servings
of vegetables daily.
• Use alcohol moderately, if at all
Too much alcohol can raise blood pressure. Moderate drinking is defined as no more than one drink a day for women and anyone age 65 or older and no more than two drinks a day for men under 65.
• Reduce sodium (salt)
Limiting sodium in your diet and making other lifestyle changes can help prevent high blood pressure. If you already
have it, reducing sodium intake further may help lower it.