An easy way to shop

first_img 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Tyler Miller Tyler has a passion for communicating financial issues in a manner that is accessible and even delightful. He was an inaugural member of Insights from Leaders, a global education platform … Web: www.lsc.net Details #springdress HAVE TO HAVE @wetsealWe all enjoy a great sale, or finding out that what we are looking for just went on clearance. Shopping is a sport for many young people and adults alike.  Products like LSC’s NewGen prepaid debit card can help your members save their teens from a lifetime of financial crisis.As most parents know, you can’t pick who your kids date, but you can choose how they spend money. Providing several options and products for your members, enables them to pick what is best for them and their family’s financial future.Patty Smith, SVP at LSC mentioned, “I love this product for our credit unions and their members.  It is an easy and secure way to empower young people and set financial limits.”  So, if your member’s teen might have aspirations of a Kardashian sized clothing closet – a prepaid credit card product might be the perfect gift.Prepaid cards enable users to get creative with their finances and learn that a sale does not mean FREE, but maybe by reloading their prepaid credit card product with money earned from a couple extra hours of babysitting those shoes just might make it in the closet.Being on a financial diet is a reality for most and having the right tools at the right time can help make life a lot easier and convenient for your members. There are several options to explore which can pave the way to financial independence for teens.  Plus, studies have found that when people are faced with financial limits they are more frugal.last_img read more

James tops IMCA Modified opener at Cottage Grove

first_imgBricen James won the season-opening IMCA Modified feature Saturday at Cottage Grove Speed­way. (Photo by Tina Gargurevich, Wings Off Photography)By Ben DeatherageCOTTAGE GROVE, Ore. (March 31) – Six months ago, Bricen James’ future in racing was an unknown.Saturday night, he stood in victory lane after winning the season-opening IMCA Modified feature at Cottage Grove Speedway.Craig Hanson was quick out of the gate and stayed in the lead until Collen Winebarger got past on lap four. Winebarger remained out in front for some time before he bicycled in turns one and two, allowing James to pass him via the inside line.James kept hold of first place but had to master restarts due to several cautions.  James kept all challengers in check and went on to collect the checkered flag.  It was an emotional triumph be­cause six months ago he nearly had a career-ending injury in a Sprint Car last September.John Campos got second, followed by Dustin Cady in third.last_img read more

Carols Wigs CarolsWigs®16″ 40g – Fairly decent hair for the price!! Not bad at all :))

first_imgGood interaction excellent product prompt supply many many thanks.Really fantastic good quality of hair but the hair was a genuinely heat color wich would not match to the photograph. Even though it arrived really promptly and for the price tag it was i won’t be able to really complain.Been given my product or service on time, then had an situation with beads that also received solved. Place the extensions in these days. Will continue to keep you educated but so significantly superb.Here are the specifications for the Carols Wigs CarolsWigs®16″ 40g:STYLE: Straight – 100% Indian Premier Remy Human Hair Grade 5A*MATERIAL: 100% Indian Premier Remy Human Hair Grade 5A* with German Keratin Bonds, Strong Hold, doesn’t Slip and Sticky.Hair Weight: 0.5 grams each strand; One pack is 100 strands will be 50 grams. The average full head will need 150-200 strands. But for the thicker hair do need over 200 strands.Shape: Stick tip (I-shape tipped)Usage: Can be Perm (curled, straightened), washed, and dyed Average Wear: up to 1 yearI have not utilised the hair extentions as still, over-all the good quality of hair is incredibly good, supply was really prompt, will definatly get once more.Very fantastic hair for the income. I purchased this t place into my hairdressing coaching doll’s head to observe for hair extensions so failed to want to devote a whole lot, but it looks like quite good hair essentially. It can be a little bit on the slender side but that demonstrates the selling price (. 4g) but for thickening your hair or for sides of head i imagine this would be okay truly for a low cost deal with.I will maybe be acquiring a lot more if a customer preferred a speedy low cost correct. I’m not confident how very long the hair lasts after washed – as i’ve not washed it however. Color was perfect and matched the photos offered by the vendor. Updatei have taken the hair from my practice doll head and washed it to see what it would go like. It can be nonetheless lovely appears to be like like actual hair.And smells nice much too not like some extensions that have a amusing odor.Reviews from purchasers :Absolutely love them. They look goodFairly decent hair for the price!! Not bad at all :))overall the quality of hair is very good, delivery was very promptExcellent high quality but the russian is improved.I use these as significant and low lights in my hair as an alternative of damaging it with hair color. Will work fantastic just invest in the resources and micro rings. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2018-11-15 11:51:28Reviewed Item CarolsWigs®16″ 40g, 18″ 50g, 20″ 50g, 22″ 50g, 24″ 50g Italian Keratin 100% Indian Premier Remy Human Hair Extensions Stick/I-Tip 5A* (18″, 02 Dark Brown)Rating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  7  reviews Posted on November 15, 2018Author Nathalie DuboisCategories Hair ExtensionsTags Carols Wigslast_img read more

Forget me not

first_imgWhat is common between the diary you use each day to scribble notes in office and your feet? Too weird a comparison? Well, think again. Chances are that you will discover you care for your feet as little as you do for that diary caked with dust and on the,What is common between the diary you use each day to scribble notes in office and your feet? Too weird a comparison? Well, think again. Chances are that you will discover you care for your feet as little as you do for that diary caked with dust and on the verge of tearing apart. But unlike the diary, you cannot replace the body parts you tend to ignore most often. This new year, make a new start. Use this checklist to make sure you give each part of yourself its due.HandsThe delicate skin, fewer oil glands, constant exposure to sun and direct contact with drying elements such as harsh detergents and hot water contribute to making hands age years before the rest of you.Take special care to use a gentle scrub on your hands to remove dead skin.Moisturise hands during the day as well as before going to bed to keep them soft while maintaining their suppleness.Use SPF-containing sunscreens and lotions to protect hands from the sun.Use gloves while doing household work such as washing utensils or clothes.Elbows and kneesThe thick skin around the elbows and knees tends to be drier and darker than the rest of the body. However, it is mostly left uncared for since these parts can be easily covered with clothes.Remove dark skin from knees and elbows by exfoliating the skin regularly. Avoid use of alcohol-based products.Massage them with olive and almond oil.Lemon is extremely beneficial for your elbows and knees. Use a paste made by mixing lemon juice with salt to lighten the stubborn dark skin on these parts.Nutritional supplements of antioxidants, flaxseed oil, co-enzyme and Vitamin C will help make a difference.Feet and heelsClean, soft heels never fail to attract praise. However, cold weather and the dirt are bound to put them to severe test.Wash feet in lukewarm soapy water and exfoliate using a foot scrub to keep them clean and free from itch cracks.Apply a lanolin-rich cream or mixture of glycerin and rose water to help soften the heels.Massage the foot with either petroleum jelly which contains urea and lactic acid or a salicylic acid preparation (if the cracks are very deep) at bedtime.Use low heel, comfortable shoes that cover your feet.Always put on a loose pair of socks before going to bed.While waxing your legs, ask your therapist to wax the foot as well, to remove the dryness from the upper foot.UnderarmsDark underarms can be unsightly and embarrassing. Caused due to hyper-pigmentation, they are mostly genetic.Shaving can lead to dark underarms as the skin is sensitive and thin. As waxing removes hair from the root, it is a far better alternative to shaving.Since deodorants can lead to discoloration of the armpits, try to use perfumes or sprays when going out.Avoid bleaching this part of the body as the thin, sensitive skin turns unusually dark later on.Apply a mixture of half lemon juice and half water to your underarms. Allow the mixture to stay for 15 to 30 minutes before rinsing. Repeat this on alternate days.HipsHard and dark skin on the hips is very common among women. However, since not everyone goes around sporting bikinis, the problem remains largely ignored.Daily exfoliation with a loofah during your bath will help reduce discoloration of the hip region.Use mild scrubs for this area to avoid goose pimples.BackIt’s common knowledge that most women are plagued by acne and unusually dark skin on their backs.Use anti-bacterial soap or a salicylic acid-based cleanser to dry up the acne on your back.Moisturise your back with a hydroxyl acid that can be bought at any drug or beauty store. This will prevent the skin from drying up in any weather.Protect the skin from sunlight and cleanse it with gentle cleansing milk every night before going to bed.Neck skinThe skin on the neck is much more delicate, and thus requires more care as compared to the rest of your body.Regularly peel the dead skin on your neck with face cosmetics once a week, since they are gentler.To prevent ageing and moisture loss, eat food containing vitamin F, such as corn, sunflower oil, linseed oil, and nuts.With inputs from: Dr Jamuna Pai, Cosmetic Physician, Blush Clinics; Anuradha CH, Director, Anoo’s Salon; Anjali Negi, Marketing Manager, JAFRA Cosmetics; and Vivek Sahni, MD, Kama Ayurveda.advertisementlast_img read more