Sunday, August 25, 2019

How to Apply Magnetic Lashes

Let's be real: Applying fake lashes is no easy feat. Between the messy glue and the dexterity required to find the perfect placement, it can feel near impossible to do it the right way. And that's not even to mention the annoyance of trying to peel them off at the end of the night. In more ways than one, false eyelashes can often feel like a heck of a lot more trouble than they're worth.
Enter: Magnetic eyelashes, a way to wear falsies without literally any of the annoyance usually associated with them. Instead of using lash glue — which, in addition to being wildly messy, can also cause allergies — these babies stick on your lashes with magnets. Think of it as all of the glam with none of the goop."One of the reasons why I love magnetic lashes is because they are so easy to use," says celebrity makeup artist Gina Brooke, who's a fan of One Two Lash's magnetic offerings. "It's simple, it takes like 2 seconds, and the more you apply them the more easily they just pop on and off."
Magnetic eyelashes essentially work by sandwiching your natural lash between two fake lashes with magnetic strips, which hold them in place the way glue normally would. While they tend to be slightly pricier than the glue- or stick-on options (One-Two Lash's magnetic strips are $69 a set), you can wear them, wash them, and re-wear them multiple times, so you wind up getting a whole lot more bang for your buck.
Ready to try magnetic lashes out for yourself? Here, Gina explains exactly how to apply them in three easy steps:
Step one: Start by curling your lashes with an eyelash curler to create a solid base for the magnets to stick to. To find the best curler for your eye shape, peep our handy guide.
Step two: Apply a coat of mascara (Gina's pick is Smashbox Super Fan), to give your natural lashes an added level of oomph on your own. "The reason is that you want to have that thickness of your natural lash, and then that furry, light, soft, doe-eyed look with your false lash, so when you connect them together it looks more realistic," explains Brooke. One note? Make sure you never apply mascara directly to your magnetic lashes, because not only will it wind up looking clumpy and strange, but it will destroy them for any future use.
Step three: Apply the magnetic lashes. This part can be a little tricky at first, but gets easier and easier every time you try it. Start by holding the edges of the magnetic lash and rolling them slightly into a rainbow shape in order to create a natural curve in the lash before you put it on your lid.
  • With your fingers: Place one fake lash on top of your natural eyelashes, as close to the lash line as possible. Then, take the bottom part and place it underneath your lash, and the magnets should click together. Repeat the process on your bottom lashes and on the other eye.
  • With a lash applicator: "You take the top lash first and you put it on the lash applicator... then you take the bottom lash that goes underneath the top lash and you put that on the bottom of the applicator, then you bring them as close to the lash line as possible and then you just drop it and it clicks together," says Brooke. "It's so, so easy, and as long as you go as close to the lash line as possible, you're good."

How To Apply Magnetic Eyelashes In 4 Easy Steps

Attention false eyelash lovers: if messy lash glue isn’t your thing, but you can’t leave the house without your eyes on point, magnetic falsies may be your new best friend.
When we first heard about Ardell’s Magnetic Accents lash collection, we couldn’t believe that magnetic lashes ACTUALLY stayed put…much less, all day long. And, boy were we proven wrong!
We carry four styles in the Ardell Magnetic Accents collection - Accents 002Double WispiesDouble Demi Wispies, and Double 110.
Camera Ready’s lash-obsessed, beauty guru Rocio applied the Accents 002 and Double 110 magnetic lashes to show you how easy they are to apply (just four easy steps!) Watch the full video tutorial here, or keep reading for a step-by-step guide.

Step 1: Apply Mascara

Before you apply falsies, add a light coat of mascara to your natural lashes to enhance the final look. This technique also gives your falsies something to cling onto, which makes application much easier.

Step 2: Apply The Top Lashes

When you get your lash kit, you’ll notice a top row and bottom row. As you may have guessed, the top row is designated for the top of your lashes, and the bottom row is designated for underneath your top lashes.
To get started, take the first top row lash and place it as close to the lash line as you can get.

Step 3: Apply The Bottom Lashes

Next, you’ll take the bottom row lash and place it underneath your top lashes, as close to the lash line as you can get.
The magnet strips will connect as you do this, locking your lashes in place.
If you need to adjust, simply grab the corner of each lash strip to gently to pull to reposition. If the lashes are completely off, just gently pull them off starting from one corner of the eye and reposition.

Step 4: Repeat On The Other Eye

To complete your look, just repeat steps 1-3 on the opposite eye.
Voila! You’re looking fab :)
Shop our site to discover other Ardell lash products or to browse the other false eyelash brands we carry.

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Mohamed Salah Turns On The Style As Lethal Liverpool See Off Arsenal

In the context of Arsenal’s lamentable record in this stadium this was actually an improved performance, whatever the scoreline might suggest. They were worn down in the end by a Liverpool side that started ponderously but eventually found their rhythm and confidence, with Mohamed Salah enjoying one of his most effective games for a while, though until David Luiz went into malfunction mode in the second half there was little to choose between the two teams at the top of the Premier League table.

If Liverpool are now the only side with a 100% record, Arsenal did enough to suggest that once their new signings settle in they should be a force again this season. It is debatable whether a couple of expensive errors by David Luiz can be filed under “settling in”, for this was a display to justify all the doubts raised by those who questioned whether the notoriously fragile Gunners’ defence really needs such a loose cannon at its heart. While it would be harsh to state that David Luiz cost Arsenal this game, he certainly blighted their chances of making a comeback.

Liverpool’s overall strategy was clear from the outset: they kept switching the ball from left to right in the hope that either Andy Robertson or Trent Alexander-Arnold could get behind Arsenal’s defence on the flanks. This is a plan that normally works – and Robertson almost found Roberto Firmino in front of goal with a firmly driven cross-shot in the first couple of minutes – but while both full-backs saw plenty of the ball the final delivery was not quite up to the usual standard. Alexander-Arnold in particular was wasteful in the first half, and after surviving the expected pounding in the first 15 minutes Arsenal began to grow in confidence and ask some attacking questions of their own.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could have opened the scoring when a mix-up between Adrián and Virgil van Dijk saw the goalkeeper’s attempted clearance land at his feet, but his looping attempt from the edge of the area drifted narrowly wide of an unguarded net. Then Nicolas Pépé, his first start for Arsenal already decorated by an alert spin to wrongfoot the normally unflappable Van Dijk, brought the first real save of the game from Adrián, albeit a routine one from a shot that lacked venom.

This was a much better start than Arsenal usually make at Anfield, with the visitors managing to live up to Jürgen Klopp’s extravagant pre-match billing. Not only did the Liverpool manager describe them as one of the best teams in Europe, he said it was silly to brand the Premier League as a two-horse race when a team of such quality is on the rise under a manager as capable as Unai Emery.

This might have come as news to many Arsenal supporters, though Klopp was also correct in predicting that Pépé’s pace would cause Liverpool problems. The new signing from Lille shot fractionally wide after getting on the end of a move that saw Joe Willock whisk past Alexander-Arnold on the left as if the defender was not there, and two minutes later his pace left Robertson chasing shadows too, this time the winger putting a tame shot too close to Adrián.

Joël Matip after opening the scoring.
 Joël Matip after opening the scoring. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

So although it was no surprise when Liverpool took the lead from a set-piece five minutes before the interval, it was perhaps against the run of play. Sadio Mané had brought a save from Bernd Leno and Salah had shot the wrong side of an upright, but Liverpool were not exactly pummelling their opponents when Alexander-Arnold swung over a corner from the right that Joël Matip headed in from six yards. Replays supported Mattéo Guendouzi’s argument that Liverpool players had in effect held him in a headlock, yet there was no VAR intervention despite the fact that several minutes had been wasted at the preceding corner in checking whether an alleged Nacho Monreal offence was worthy of a red card.
By half-time corners were becoming a problem for Arsenal, with Alexander-Arnold’s crossing of a dead ball as accurate as ever. On the stroke of the interval he picked out an unmarked Mané, who beat the ground in frustration after sending a free header over the bar.

Arsenal needed to score first in the second half to make a game of it, or at least keep Liverpool at bay for as long as possible, yet they managed to self-destruct just two minutes after the restart. When Alexander-Arnold slipped a pass through to Salah in the area David Luiz was tugging the striker’s shirt so blatantly that he gave a curt little salute to Anthony Taylor as an admission of guilt. The Brazilian then had the nerve to look aggrieved, along with the rest of the Arsenal defenders, when the referee pointed to the spot. The foul was as clear as it was unnecessary and Salah made Arsenal pay, smacking his spot kick firmly into Leno’s top right corner.

If David Luiz thought his afternoon could not get any worse he was badly mistaken. Salah beat him so completely on the right touchline he was left careering off the pitch with his hands raised in surrender, while the Liverpool player scampered gratefully into an empty penalty area to beat Leno with a confident low shot.

While David Luiz might have done better, it was risky for Arsenal to play with such a high line against such a fast-breaking side. Lucas Torreira scored a close-range consolation goal to deny Liverpool their first clean sheet of the season, though with Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain getting a run-out before the end, the league leaders had little else to complain about.

Match stats



Goal attempts

LiverpoolOff target
LiverpoolOn target



  • 13 Adrian
  • 66 Alexander-Arnold
  • 32 Matip
  • 4 van Dijk
  • 26 Robertson
  • 14 Henderson
  • 3 Fabinho 
  • 5 Wijnaldum
  • 11 Salah
  • 9 Firmino
  • 10 Mane


  • 7 Milner (s 69')
  • 12 Gomez
  • 15 Oxlade-Chamberlain (s 77')
  • 20 Lallana (s 86')
  • 23 Shaqiri
  • 27 Origi
  • 62 Kelleher


  • 1 Leno
  • 15 Maitland-Niles
  • 5 Papastathopoulos
  • 23 Luiz 
  • 18 Monreal
  • 29 Guendouzi
  • 34 Xhaka
  • 28 Willock
  • 8 Ceballos
  • 19 Pepe
  • 14 Aubameyang


  • 7 Mkhitaryan (s 86')
  • 9 Lacazette (s 81')
  • 11 Torreira (s 61')
  • 21 Chambers
  • 24 Nelson
  • 26 Martinez
  • 31 Kolasinac

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7 Myths That Circulate About Autistic Children And Their Truthfulness


MILLSTONESNAP - Symptoms of autism or autism spectrum disorders can be detected early.

Autism Spectrum disorder (ASD), is a developmental disorder that affects how to socialize and communicate with others.

The child experiencing this disorder has communication problems, expressed expression, and difficulty in understanding the feelings of others.

Community understanding of autistic children is now far expanded than five to ten years before.

However, not a few people believe the myths and stereotypes that are not necessarily true about the autistic child, without understanding the real thing.

Therefore, let's examine some of the myths and stereotypes about the many autistic children in circulation along with the actual facts.

Here are seven myths and stereotypes of autistic children:

1. Autistic children can be children of genius or have intellectual interference

Not all autistic children have extraordinary intellectuals and not all autistic children have intellectual distractions that make it unintelligent.

Autism does not affect a person's intelegency.

In fact, there are various levels of intelligence in autistic children.

Some have below average intelagences, some are above average, and there are those on average.

In addition, each autistic child has different abilities and capabilities.

2. Autistic child does not want to make friends

In fact, there are various levels of intelligence in autistic children.

Some have below average intelagences, some are above average, and there are those on average.

In addition, each autistic child has different abilities and capabilities.

2. Autistic child does not want to make friends

Autistic children do have problems in socialization and communication.

However, this does not mean autistic children do not want to be friends with others.

Autistic children may sometimes be closed and unfriendly, but children are autistic only difficulties in how to socialize and convey their wishes to others.

3. Autistic children can't feel emotions and express their emotions

Autistic children can still feel emotions and be able to express those emotions.

Only, autistic children have different ways of expressing the emotions they feel.

Autistic children have difficulty in capturing implied and indirect communications, such as sarcasm or body movements.

However, if the people around him convey the perceived emotions directly and not implied, autistic children can capture those emotions and may be able to empathize with the surrounding people.

4. Vaccine causes Autistic children

To date, there is no research that can expressly show the relationship between autistic children and vaccinations.

The cause of autism is not yet known for certain, but many factors may be able to cause autism, such as genetic and environmental factors.

5. Autistic children cannot learn anything new

Autistic children can learn new things.

Through the therapies provided, autistic children can be guided to socialize and communicate with their surroundings.

Autistic children may have a slow learning pace, but that doesn't mean they can't learn new things.

Some of the therapies usually provided are communication and behavioral therapy, family therapy, and educational therapies.

6. Poor foster pattern causes autistic child

As with the fourth point, the cause of the autistic child has not been found for sure.

Therefore, a poor foster pattern cannot be categorized as an autistic cause.

However, a bad foster pattern of course adversely affects the development of autistic children.

In contrast, a good foster pattern is important for autistic children to help them socialize and communicate with their surroundings.

7. Autistic children can do repetitive work

The characteristic of an autistic child who always performs repetitive movements makes people think they are more suited in work with repetitive tasks.

Although some adult autistic adults like jobs with repetitive tasks, there is actually no one ideal work to suit all autistic children.

The reason is because each autistic child has different characters and capabilities.

This article has aired on Kompas(dot) com under the title "The many myths circulating about autistic children and their truthfulness",


Autism, having a variety of symptoms, this condition is called ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder

MILLSTONESNAP - MILLSTONESNAP – Autism is a disorder of the development of the nervous system that includes disorders in social interactions and development of language and communication skills.
Since it has a variety of symptoms, this condition is now called Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or autism spectrum disorders.
The term ' spectrum ' refers to the various symptoms and severity of the ASD.
Some people with these conditions have social problems, but others can function more independently.
ASD is a general term describing a number of neurological developmental disorders.
Here are some types of autism:
Autistic disorder (Austic Disorder)
These symptoms often mean people when hearing the word autism.
The sufferer has a problem of social interaction, communication, and imagination in children under the age of three years.
This type of autistic disease has no ability to understand the problem from other people's perspectives.
Living in his own world and not understanding the events that occur in the surrounding environment.
Asperger syndrome (Asperger Syndrome)
Children who suffer from Asperger syndrome have no problems in language and communication.
Patients with this syndrome tend to have an average or higher intelletion.
People with Asperger syndrome are sometimes considered to have no empathy by others.
They actually have empathy, just do not give the usual response of people in general.
Decreased developmental disorder (Pervasive Developmental Disorder)
These symptoms are also known as non typical autism.
Usually, this syndrome becomes the result of the last diagnosis when there are additions to the symptoms of children one of which is interactions with children's imaginative friends.
The symptoms are more complex, such as not responding to the behavior of people both orally and non-orally, resistant to change and very rigid in routine, difficult to remember something and so forth.
Impaired disintegration of children (Childhood Disintegrative Disorder)
In this autism symptom, the child grows normal until the second year.
Furthermore, the child will lose some or all of his communication skills and social skills.
Causes of this disorder due to the insynchronance of nervous system work in the brain.
Many experts assume that childhood disintegratice disorder is as a form of progression of the autistic itself.
Unlike other autistic types, children have verbal, motor, and social interaction skills, but as the age increases it is a slump.
Rett syndrome (Rett Syndrome)
Rett syndrome is a genetic disorder affecting brain development.
The condition more often experienced by this daughter will look her symptoms at the age of 1 to 1.5 years.
Babies with Rett syndrome initially develop normally, then the development is hampered.
These obstacles occur gradually, ranging from late talk to distraction moves.
Below are some of the common signs shown by people who have autism spectrum disorders.
Communication and social interaction
A child or adult with autism spectrum disorders may have problems with social interaction and communication skills, as follows:
Failing to respond when called doesn't seem to listen at all.
Refused to be embraced and held, and seemed to prefer to play alone in his own world.
Don't like eye contact and show a flat facial expression.
Don't speak or talk with a slow rhythm
Can't start a conversation or keep a conversation, or just talk when you're asking for something.
Speak with a tone or rhythm that is abnormal and can use sound singing or flat sound like a robot.
Repeat a word or phrase, but don't understand how to use it.
It doesn't seem to understand simple questions or referrals.
It does not reveal emotions or feelings and seems unaware of the feelings of others.
It will not see straight objects when someone else points towards that object.
Social interactions by being passive, aggressive or disturbing.
Have difficulty recognizing nonverbal cues, such as interpreting other people's facial expressions, posture or tone of voice.
Behavioral patterns
A child or adult with autism spectrum disorders may have a limited behavioral pattern, interest, or recurring activity, as follows:
Perform repetitive movements, such as shaking or spinning.
Doing activities that could be harmful to yourself, such as biting or banging your head.
Develop a specific routine or ritual and become distracted on the slightest change.
Having problems with coordination or having a pattern of movement is strange and has body language that is strange, rigid or exaggerated.
Fascinated by the details of an object, such as wheels spinning from a toy car, but not understanding the purpose or overall functioning of the object.
It is very sensitive to light, sound or touch, but may not be sensitive to pain or temperature.
Have certain dietary preferences, such as eating only a little food, or rejecting food with a particular texture.
When they mature, some children with autism spectrum disorders become more involved with social interactions.
They will show fewer symptoms in behavior.
Some, usually those with the most severe problems, can eventually lead to normal life or close to normal.
However, others continue to have difficulties with language or social skills, and adolescence can bring about poorer behavioral and emotional problems.
Signs of autism spectrum disorders often appear at the beginning of development when there are delays in language skills and social interactions.
The doctor may recommend a developmental test to identify whether the child has a delay in cognitive, language and social skills, if your child:
Not responding with a smile or happy expression at the age of 6 months
Not imitating voice or facial expressions at the age of 9 months
Do not raving or whisper at the age of 12 months
No cue-like dots or waves-14 months old
Not say a word at the age of 16 months
Not saying two-word phrases in the age of 24 months
Loss of language skills or social skills at any age
The exact cause of autism spectrum disorders is unknown.
However, there are several factors that can affect the disorder of autism spectrum, namely:
Changes in genes (mutation of genes), such as Rett syndrome or fragile X syndrome are associated with ASD. Some of the gene mutations can be lowered in the family, while others occur spontaneously.
Environmental factors, such as infections, medications, pregnancy complications, or air pollution can trigger ASD.
Risk Factors:
Gender, males are more susceptible to ASD than women.
Family history, if one family has one child with ASD, then the family has the possibility of bearing another child with ASD.
Other diseases, children with certain health conditions have a higher risk of being affected by ASD, such as children suffering from fragile X syndrome.
Premature infants, infants born before a 26-week gestational age will have a higher risk of ASD.
Autism includes abnormalities that are not curable.
However, there are various therapeutic options that can be done to develop the ability of sufferers.
Through therapy, patients are expected to be independent in their daily activities.
Some therapeutic methods for people with autism are:
Behavioral and communication therapy.
This therapy provides a number of teaching in the sufferer, including basic everyday skills, both verbal and non-verbal, including:
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy helps people behave positively in all situations. This therapy also helps patients develop their ability to communicate and abandon negative behaviors.
Developmental, individual differences, relationship-based approach (DIR). DIR or commonly called Floortime, focuses on developing an emotional connection between autistic children and families.
Occupational therapy. Occupational therapy encourages sufferers to live independently by teaching some basic abilities, such as dressing, eating, bathing, and interacting with others.
Speech therapy. Speech therapy helps autistic people learn to develop communication skills.
Treatment and education of autistic and related communication-handicapped children (TEACCH). This therapy uses visual clues such as images that show the stage of doing something. TEACCH will help people understand how to do daily activities, such as changing clothes.
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). This therapy also uses visual clues such as TEACCH. However, PECS uses symbols, to help people communicate and learn to ask questions.
While it cannot cure autism, medications can be administered to control symptoms.
For example, antipsychotic drugs to address behavioral problems, anticonvulsant drugs to cope with seizures, antidepressants to relieve depression, and melatonin to overcome sleep disorders. 5







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