Home Beauty Services Mumbai giving huge discount on all makeup related work

Home Beauty Services Mumbai giving huge discount on all makeup related work


There are many salons in Mumbai that are offering various services like Wax, Bleach, facial, eye brow threading, make ups, combo packs, also provides bridal wear and other parts related to any salon and parlour service at home in Mumbai 

Here we will give you some important tips so that you can take care of yourselves at home



  1. Keep your scalp healthy.


Think of your hair like a tree: If the soil and roots aren’t taken care of, the tree can’t grow tall and solid. “Hair growth starts with a healthy scalp,” explains celebrity hairstylist and WEN founder Chaz Dean. “When you cleanse and treat your scalp with healthy ingredients, you product strong, beautiful hair.” If you’re not sure how healthy your hair is, Chaz recommends doing a “root lift test”: At the crown of your head, hold up a section of your hair. Healthy hair should be the same thickness root to end, but if your ends are thinner, it’s time to rethink your haircare regimen.


  1. Start from the inside by eating the right foods.


Having long, strong hair doesn’t just depend on which products you put on your hair, it also depends on what you put into your body. “To promote hair growth, you need to ‘feed’ the hair from the inside,” explains Dr. Francesco Fusco, dermatologist and CLEAR Scalp & Hair expert. “Try increasing your protein intake with foods like fish, beans, nuts, and whole gains.” If you’re not a meat-lover, be sure to maintain a diet high in protein — Dr. Fusco warns that women who don’t get enough of it often experience “more shedding.”


  1. Stop abusing it with heat styling tools.


The biggest culprit that’s ruining your hair: damage from hot tools. “Stop over-styling your hair,” warns celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves. If you must use heat, Paves recommends decreasing the temperature and always using a heat protectant — otherwise, you risk damaging your locks, leading to breakage and frizz.


Revolutions in the World

  1. Shaw gave this lucid comment that “Revolutions have never lightened the burden of tyranny, they have only shifted it to an another shoulder.” Be as it may, but the reality is revolution has been described as any funda­mental change or reversal of condi­tions, a sudden radical or complete change. A common man generally thinks in terms of measures which would bring about political change. But we are here to consider about transformation and revolution of the individual at the individual level, transformation in one’s psyche, in one’s whole being, which actually is the source, the fountain-head of the outer revolution.

Man by nature wants to be free, wants to soar high, wants to break open to see light. He is disturbed with the present circumstances and so wants to bring about drastic change within, which would be a source of change of outside so the moment of transformation within, is revolution. This realisation can dawn upon an individual only when he is seriously concerned about it. Archimedes had been working on a problem for several days. So he was prepared to cry eureka, eureka—I have found it, I have found it. Every moment in life provides an opportunity to proceed on this path. Therefore, the essence of revolution is in concentrated form within. It is rightly said that vision­aries bring about revolutions, because they are able to perceive the whole picture in totality. Vision does not come in pieces or fragments. It comes like a flash of lightning and one sees and perceives the whole gamut of scenario in the completeness. The key to development is transformation, complete change. Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi was altogether a diffe­rent person after reading Ruskin’s book ‘Unto This Last.’ He had under­gone an inner revolution. But we are generally not ready for a drastic change. We are afraid of new changes because they may land us in strange and unfamiliar circumstances. That is why we do not want to explore the my­steries hidden within our own hearts.

The essence of revolution lies in the revolution of values. The moments or the ideologies, that bring about changes in the ways of thinking of the people, are capable of bringing about a revolution. Arya Samaj brought about a social revolution. Theoso- phical society brought about a cultural revolution, Gandhiji brought about a revolution of values in politics. The lives of great people show that a radical and fundamental change can be brought about, pro­vided we set about it in the right way. Swami Dayanand, Madam Blavatsky, Swami Vivekanand and Gandhiji drew man’s attention to the path of moral and spiritual upliftment and laid great emphasis on the supreme value of moral regeneration over and above material advancement. We can also do so, provided we bring about a powerful and meaningful change in our whole psyche, our thought pro­cess and fictions and try to establish harmony among them. It is only the disturbance within which will ulti­mately bring about understanding of the oneness of the without and within. The unity and harmony which vibrate and resonate in the whole universe, including the individual will be perceived. But we should be very clear about the difference between uniformity and unity.

Welcome Revolution

Revolution means a drastic and sudden change in the order of things. The Russian revolution of 1917 brought in communism and a communist form of government with Stalin at its head. Then there was Chinese revolution of 1949 in which communist form of government was established and the nationalists were driven away. Earlier, there was French Revolution which ended monarchy and established democracy. The American revolution ushered in American Independen’ce. There are so many other revolutions in the history of the world. Most of them, however, were violent and bloody revolutions. But there are other revolutions as well which need not be violent or bloody. Mahatma Gandhi and earlier Swami Vivekanand and Dayanand Saraswati brought about moral or spiritual revolutions. They were in fact revolutions of ideas or of values. When the value system of a society undergoes a sudden and drastic change, it is said to be a revolution. In such revolutions no blood is shed, no bullet is fired. They are peaceful revolutions which bring about drastic transformation in the psyche of human beings. Our present society also needs a revolution, revolution of ideas, of values, of ethical standards. There is need of a revolution which may make the ideas of liberty, equality and fraternity a palpable reality. It is incumbent on us to welcome such a revolution, the sooner, the better, for bringing about a near-total transformation in our lives.


Aggressive leaders often talk of revolutions. Whenever we talk of or hear of a revolution, we generally mean a violent or a bloody revolu­tion. When a leader gives slogan of revolution—long live revolution, etc. the Russian Revolution of 1917 A.D. is at the back of his mind. Russian Revolution is often a reminder to the proletariat class that if united they stand, they can achieve political power. While talking of bringing about a revolution, people miss the point that revolutions were always rapid and that you can not make a revolution with silk gloves. Edmund Burke gave the same advice to the revolutionaries that “make the Revo­lution a settlement and not a nursing of future revolutions.” But the matter of fact is, as Chateaubriand says, that “Every revolution is the consequence of one revolution and the beginning of another.” Having seen the iron- curtain of Stalin after the 1917 Revo­lution, the great English dramatist G.

Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Council

Invites applications for Industrial Training Institute Competitive Admission Test-2016.

Last Date for Submission of Applications—March 30,2016.

Age Limit—The age of the candidate should not be less than 14 years as on August 01, 2016. The minimum age limit for candidates applying for Mechanic Motor Vehicle and Mechanic Tractor is 17 years. There is no restrictions for the upper age limit.

Essential Educational Qualifica­tions—Candidates must hold a pass certificate of Matric with Mathematics and Science as subjects from a recog­nized board. For non-engineering course, a pass certificate of matric is required in any stream.

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