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How To Make Your Eyes White by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Mar 2010 11:01pm Dana dares to ask…I read your article about the eye drops that makes your eyes blue . But my question is kind of the opposite. I don’t want to make the colored part of my eyes more blue, I want to make the white part whiter. Is there anything that can do that? The Right Brain responds: You could use a product like Visine to “get ... Read on »
Blue is the color of the sky by elizabeth Posted Wed 05 Sep 2012 5:10pm I unrolled my mat and sat down next to a goddess today in yoga. I haven't been to yoga in probably nine or more months, which is stupid because just entering the room made me feel relaxed and peaceful. The goddess is a Scottish supermodel, and she lay flat on her back with her eyes closed, her long yellow hair splayed out, a tiny gold rin ... Read on »
Perfect make-up for your eyes color by Andrea Grace Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 May 2009 12:27pm Tell me what color are your eyes…to tell you what makeup color arranges you best. Next, you shall see great advices, and trust me, if you follow them, they will all envy your great eye make-up! Of course you’ll consider the hair color too, and the rules are simple: brunettes can try anything, redheaded should not seek shades contrast glarin ... Read on »
What's in a Color? The Unique Human Health Effects of Blue Light by Environmental Health Posted Thu 31 Dec 2009 9:00pm What's in a Color? The Unique Human Health Effects of Blue Light Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
EOTD/FOTD: Bright colors to beat Monday blues... by iamsutil Posted Tue 04 Oct 2011 10:26pm Here's another attempt on a colored-EOTD (as promised to be done everyday, if possible LOL!) while still trying to be on time for work Apply crease color (MAC Paradisco) using a big fluffy e/s brush (MAC 224) and then pat another shade on the lower lid (MAC Shimmermoss). Apply another shade (MAC Sweet Joy) below the brow bone still using the ... Read on »
Eye Color Associates with Risks of Skin Diseases by A4M Posted Mon 04 Jun 2012 10:11pm Posted on June 1, 2012, 6 a.m. in Sensory | Skin-Hair | Vitiligo is an autoimmune skin disease in which pigment loss results in irregular white patches of skin and hair. Melanoma ... Read on »
Blue is the Warmest Color by elizabeth Posted Sat 09 Nov 2013 3:48pm Bathsheba at Her Bath, Rembrandt That's the title of the NC-17 French lesbian movie that I'm going to see this afternoon, after I have coffee with a fellow de-schooler. I'll let you know how it is -- the movie, not the de-schooling -- whether I give up dreams of Javier Bardem in favor of the fairer sex. Here's a poem from the ... Read on »
Pink Or White Or…? Colors for Prom Dresses by wytgm Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 7:25am There are a variety of dresses for prom in different colors, whether they are pink and white, which can make you look stunning. All styles are based on the shape of your body, which can leave the people either impressed or in awe. Also, the cuts in your dress help to determine whether the dress would either accentuate the more attractive parts ev ... Read on »
Does Skin Care Vary with Skin Color and Type? by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 23 Mar 2009 12:11pm Skin comes in many different colors depending on your cultural origin, and irrespective of the skin color, the skin may also range from being oily to dry. So how should different skin types/colors be cared for - is there a difference? The human world comprises people of many ethnic groups and cultures with each ethnic group having certain gene ... Read on »
Feeling Gray, Not Blue, Using Colors To Describe Emotions by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Tue 09 Feb 2010 10:04pm Medical News Today Peter Whorwell, Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology at University Hospital South Manchester, worked with a team of researchers from the University of Manchester, UK, to create an instrument that would allow people a choice of colors in response to questions. He said, “Colors are frequently ... Read on »