I initially featured the homey home wherein my friend took advantage of the wall and made a built-in aquarium in the kitchen. That was brilliant thinking to save up enough space in the house.
One of the things she did in their house was redoing the living room according to the color she wants.
It was just a small and simple home but I find it really nice and homey.
Take a look at this lovely living room:
Lovely living room
My friend just got married so I believe this little home is a good investment for them.
Originally published on July 14, 2013.
Acne is a problem that most people will experience at some point in their lives. Some people will get worse acne breakouts than others, but genetics plays a huge role in determining this.
Here are some ways for you to avoid or minimize acne breakouts.
1. Sheets should be changed regularly
It might surprise you to learn that dirty pillowcases have the ability to clog pores. This is because bacteria has a tendency to build up on them over time. Since your face is pressed up against your pillowcase for eight hours every night, bad things can happen if they are not washed on a regular basis.
2. Wash your face regularly
Many people only wash their faces before they go to bed. A lot of acne is caused by makeup and sweat, so removing these things from the facial skin as often as possible is a great way to be proactive and prevent zits before they happen. However, you need to be careful not to wash your face too often. Doing this could cause your skin to become very dry and flaky. If this happens, just apply some moisturizer.
3. Eliminate the use of styling products
Although these products have the ability to make your hair look like a Hollywood movie star, they can also wreak havoc on your hairline by causing regular acne breakouts. It is always a good idea to wash your face after using any hair care products to make sure that no residue remains that could possibly clog your pores and could possibly remove pimples for good.