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Lip Balm Has More Than One Use

Lip balm is a cute little lip product that is more exotic than once used. You will not believe the things I used it for. Lip balm can be used on men. Lip balm is not lipstick. Men can choose a normal color and keep their lips moist. That dampness lasts for hours and keeps the lips hydrated. Moreover, your nose irritation can be cleared with some lip balm under the nose. You can also smell it to make your cold less difficult. Hey, I’m not saying you need to do that. But, sometimes the colds do not appear anywhere and you happen to have a little lip balm in the car. Use it if you have to.Moving on, lip balm can be applied on cracked skin and small cuts. Lip balm spreads on the skin and neutralizes pain. All you need to do then is cover up it and your good to go. As you can see, lip balm has many uses to help you have an emergency and beautiful lips. Buy the best lip balm for men today.

Lip Balm for shaving

Lip balm is great for shaving your facial hair with. When you shave your face, you find yourself cutting yourself. It happens all the time. The razor is too dull or you forget to put it in cold water again. Now, you can use lip balm to make those small cuts disappear. Just wipe off the blood and apply a little lip balm to the razor stains. Once you apply it, the cut area is pasted with lip balm. The glue keeps blood in the skin and prevents it from moving. Next, your white blood cells do the job trying to get cuts to heal all the way. Some people say it feels really comfortable when you do it too. I’m not sure it’s true.But, no longer bleeding and coming to work looks like you just killed someone. It does not look good that you know. Use the best lip balm for men and get your stuff straight for every shaving mistake.

Use it to hold hair in place

Most people have no idea that lip balm can be used to hold hair. I also heard this for the first time. So you can use this product to push your hair out and leave it in place. This can be useful when your hair doesn’t want to stay in place. But, who uses lip balm to hold hair? There are days when you want your hair to stay so you can look beautiful or the days when the hair is too long but you are too lazy to cut it. Now, you can use lip balm to make the hair move around less frequently. Use it on the side, front and other places where you feel the hair needs to be kept. Lip balm is quite cheap so you can expect a hair still looking cheap.

Use Lip Balm to treat eye sockets

Lip balm is also very good for treating eye socket injury. Sometimes you are sleepy. A long day out somewhere. Perhaps you spent time with a friend or playing that video game for too long. The next day, you have to go to work and there are no exceptions. The eyes do not give you happy days. Put some lip balm under your eyes. Put it all around your eye sockets and clean the makeup eye sockets and sleep. Destroy all bad dirt clogged from yesterday. By the way, when I say my eye socket means the area under your eyes. I hope you understand what I say. Overall, lip balm works really well in waking your eyes and making you feel like you’re having a good mood.

Hair Product Guide to Make Your Man Hair Straight

Hair Product Guide to Make Your Man Hair Straight

No matter what type of hair you have today, you need help looking a cut above the rest. Look better than them and be better then them. Turn your hair from a hot mess to a 5 star Italian cuisine. Going to the barber shop is good for keep your hair cut and maintained. But, you could use hair products to make your hair look ever better. Give it a shine that reflects with the Sun. Reduce all the flakes out of it and make sure hair is smooth as lemons on a woman’s thighs. Very slick and tempting to touch by the on goers who look at it. We want to help your hair look its best by introducing you to different hair product types and telling you what their good for. Read what is below and use our knowledge to help you succeed further.

Try Hair Spray for Hot Days

Hair spray is not just to make your hair smell good. It can greatly increase your hair’s flexibility when you out on the beach. When your on that beautiful beach, you want to look beautiful along with it. It’s hard to do that after a couple hours. That’s when the intense Sun turns your good hair into a dry and hot mess. The salt water doesn’t make it better either. It just makes your hair look even dryer. Pay attention to the people’s hair when they get out of the shower and dry. You see what I mean right? Buy some hair spray and take it with you. Spray a little of it on hair every so often and the dry hair look that you don’t want the girls to see will be gone. Hair shines with the Sun and becomes softer. The softness increases if you use more. Buy a hair spray with a good smell. Smell is important when you spray a lot of it on your hair. By the way, you should get a small bottle of dry hair spray. In case, you want people to think you have a mint spray or cologne spray. Some people might be wondering why you need a giant bottle of hair spray at the beach. Hey, you shouldn’t worry about the size too much. But, you got to reasonable at times with the things you take with you at the beach.

Wash Hair With Hair Gel

Hair gel works better on your hair then the traditional shampoo wash. Gel has high amounts of lather which is fancy for thick soap and clean washing minerals. Hair gel provides a medium level of hold on your hair. It won’t stay in there longer then it should. It gets in and maintains hair’s natural look without the shine. Adds minerals and the right amount of moisturizer to keep hair balanced for a period of time outside. You can look good naturally. The best hair gel for men is the gel you should start with. It helps men the most by being tailored to fit men’s rough and often unwashed hair. Additionally, the men hair gel has a manly smell to it. Make the women and other men know that you’re a cut from another cloth. Sent from some strange land to do great things. Let the smell push off that aura of manliness. Hair gels come in different flavors too. You can go with sweets some days and tough guy on other days. The way you want to smell with your hair is up to you. In essence, try out hair gel and make your hair look normal and not flashy.

Happy 2015! Let’s Hope I Don’t Die Alone!

Happy 2015!

I hope your New Year’s celebrations were great. I spent my NYE schlepping coats for extra money and wondering what a master’s degree means anymore. (There’s always the one who lost her coat check number and tells us, “It’s black. With fur trim.” There’s 150 coats in the basement and you just described 67 of them.)

But after actually a great night post coat checking, I woke up a little tired and a bit cham-pained (see what I did there?), and went to meet my (guy) friend for brunch.

My friends Kito & Zac have adorable traditions they do for the holidays every year. They spend New Year’s Day watching The Wizard of Oz. (I love them even more for this.) When I read this list, I felt a pang of jealousy. I want that, I want holiday traditions with my lovely partner. I love this.

At our brunch, my friend and I caught up and discussed our lackluster dating lives, how he hits on women on match.com by giving them a list of comedians and asking them which they identify with most (this killed me!), and about the worst date ever I just had last weekend (he ordered a long island with grenadine). And we also discussed on this New Year’s Day that maybe 2015 will be the year. The year we lock it down. The year we find the person we may spend the rest of our lives with.

And we also talked about the real possibility that we may actually die alone. Another year here, another year without finding “the one”. This year, we’ll be turning 33 and 35, respectively, and neither of us imagined having single gal/guy pal brunch on New Year’s Day. We imagined the holiday traditions like Kito and Zac.

We discussed how this possibility is terrifying. How we have to have conversations in our heads to come to terms with this. About how we think about the ones who got away. About how we may never share a bed permanently (also, I hate the idea of sharing a bed, like, forever).

But the more I’ve considered this real possibility today, I’ve thought about how lucky I am to have a friend like this. How love means so many things, how I can have a friend who agrees to meet me at 2pm instead of noon so I can lay back down after taking an Advil. So maybe we’ll be perpetual bachelor/bachelorettes, become crazy dog people and never share a bed, but at least we’ll have each other.

Best wishes this year and happy 2015!

-Melinda

The Stuff I Leave Behind

Carly and I wrote once about the stuff left behind, by guys. But I haven’t touched on the stuff, the baggage, the things I have discarded in apartments, lost under beds, throughout a multitude of neighborhoods in this city.

I got a text from a dude who I dated for a minute saying, “You will be pleased to know I found your earrings.” (I seem to lose many a pair of earrings.)

I have not talked to this guy in at least 6 months. And just now you have found those earrings that I asked you to search for 6 months ago?

I once started something with an old flame because we met up again so he could return my stuff. Nothing all that important— a scarf, a Bears t-shirt, a hat. But he had that stuff for almost two years. I hadn’t spoke to him in over a year. He moved this random crap from apartment to apartment with that stuff still in hand, so why just now decide to give it back?

Here’s my theory:

Guys (and all people possibly) hold onto the stuff left behind until they decide they want to see you again. It’s held as a type of personal collateral for when they’re feeling lonely, bored, or undersexed, and then BAM, a solid excuse to see you. Currently, a dude is holding onto (yet another) pair of earrings and a hand knit scarf (I’m also really great at leaving scarves around town apparently). Sure, the earrings cost $3 at H&M and the scarf was a Columbia student’s art project, but damn it, I want them back. But I also know sometimes it’s just not worth it, and sometimes it’s better to cry about those super cute earrings you’ll never see again rather than cry because homedude disappointed you, yet again.

What I hadn’t considered is what people hold onto that isn’t physical stuff. The quirks that only a few people know. The intimate details of the sound of my teeth grinding while I sleep or my super ugly toenails. But deeper than that too. The knowledge of the raw details about me as a person— my fears, my scars, my insecurities.

This is the stuff, the collateral, the ransom, much more difficult to leave behind. So when your ex tells you he misses you, this is what surfaces. This is the stuff left behind that you’re not sure you ever want to share with anyone else. Why sometimes it’s easier to want to get it back and in turn, just get back with him.

I’ve evaluated this concept quite deeply today, and while it’s tempting to answer that call of “I miss you” and regain that collateral, sometimes, just like that hand knit scarf, you have to let it go and go back to H&M and buy a new $3 pair of earrings. Or in this case OkCupid and for a new dude. The new ones are more modern, sturdy, taller, shinier, exciting, supportive, and hot anyway. You may have to take some time to search, but don’t go back just to find what you thought you lost.

-Melinda