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Advantages of Looking for Cool Tattoo Ideas Online



Temporary tattoos are a wonderful thing. But scented temporary tattoos? Well, that’s another level of awesome.

Which is why we’re bowing down to tattoo ideas, a New-York-based tattoo company, and their ingenious floral and herb-scented transfers.

The best bit is these tattoos aren’t just your standard Sainsbury’s pack of bunched coriander, they’re delicate, water-colour-inspired herbs and flowers designed by artist Vincent Jeannerot .

Not only do they look sooo pretty, but each tattoo has been paired with its own scent. So e.g. if you wear the sage tattoo, you’ll smell red sage and if you wear the parsley tattoo, you’ll smell parsley.

And the flower tats are just as heavenly, with scented roses, hydrangeas and, the king of them all, the pink peony.


You can choose to wear just one of the tattoo ideas, or mix and match your flowers and your herbs so you start smelling like a summer’s garden.

Or, if smelling of roses isn’t your thing, then Tattly also have a whole range of sweet-scented tattoos you can buy, too.

Our REAL favourite transfer however has to be this little pizza guy.

Sadly he doesn’t smell of pizza yet but Tattly, we petition you to make this happen soon.


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Rose McGowan Responds To Former Manager’s Death



Actress Rose McGowan addressed the death of former manager Jill Messick in a brief Instagram caption Saturday, three days after Messick’s suicide.

“For Jill: May your family find some measure of solace during this pain,” McGowan began.

“That one man could cause so much damage is astounding, but tragically true. The bad man did this to us both. May you find peace on the astral plane. May you find serenity with the stars.”

McGowan’s comments followed a scathing statement from Messick’s family to The Hollywood Reporter, calling Messick’s death “collateral damage” in the Harvey Weinstein scandal that shook Hollywood and sparked a global movement against sexual abuse. The family specifically blamed McGowan, Weinstein and journalists for contributing to stress in Messick’s life.

“Seeing her name in headlines again and again, as part of one person’s attempt to gain more attention for her personal cause, along with Harvey’s desperate attempt to vindicate himself, was devastating for her,” Messick’s family said.

Messick, 50, was McGowan’s manager in 1997, the year McGowan told The New York Times in an article published in October that Weinstein raped her. McGowan told the Times she informed her manager about the attack shortly after it occurred.

“She put her arms around me,” McGowan told the paper. But in the months that followed, McGowan said she did not feel Messick supported her legal fight against the now-disgraced studio mogul.

Messick later took a job at Miramax, helmed by Weinstein at the time. She went on to produce hit films, including “She’s All That” and “Mean Girls.”

Messick’s family rejected the suggestion that she was not supportive to McGowan, saying she was “the first person who stood up on Rose’s behalf.”

Weinstein has called McGowan’s rape accusation “a bold lie” through his lawyer, claiming the actress told Messick soon afterward that the encounter was consensual. Weinstein in late January provided news outlets with emails from Messick detailing what she remembered of the day McGowan told her about the alleged rape.

A representative for Weinstein has not replied to HuffPost emails seeking comment.

Messick is survived by her two children, along with her father, brother, and  partner.

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Enhancing Natural Beauty




The fact that we as women must appreciate each other and our beauty before we can truly cherish other forms of beauty around us. “Two or three things I know for sure, and one of them is that of we are not beautiful to each other, we cannot know beauty in any form”. We are so conditioned to see female beauty as what men see as beautiful, that we don’t even know what it means to us. If we can get to the point where women feel beautiful even if they don’t fit the social ideal, it will allow us to open our minds to all other forms of beauty.

According to me “Women and the Knife”, “Rather than aspiring to self-determined and women-centred ideals of health or integrity, women’s’ attractiveness is defined as attractive-to-men…” Many women are jealous of women than men view as beautiful…even lesbian women who possibly would have a different view of female beauty. Society ingrains in everyone what the standard of beauty is so much that we don’t even know why we believe it.

The power of being beautiful holds a great deal of weight in our society as individuals and social beings. “…a woman’s chases her beauty through transformation that is often related with lived experiences of self-creation, self-fulfilment, and being cared for. The power of these experiences must not be underestimated”. This is a major reason so many women are now choosing to have cosmetic surgery. But it seen that surgery is now becoming less of a choice for women. As more and more women transform their bodies into society’s ideal figure of femininity, the higher the standards become.

If women begin seeing many other women having surgery and becoming more attractive to men, then they too will have to go under the knife to keep up with the rising standard of beauty. We must not follow to this standard and refuse to surgically change our bodies. At an individual level, we must retain our health and integrity. At the collective level, refusal may cause plastic surgeons to “turn their proficiency to the victims in the intensive burn unit and to the crippled limbs and joints of swollen women”.

Although cosmetic surgery is a major form of appearance altering, there are other options that women have. But the natural beauty is permanent and not harmful to. God has made but of course with different skin, complexion, structure face etc. but each woman has some beauty in herself only the thing is we should know how to gain or re-gain it.

We can enhance our natural beauty but just following some of the tips properly like:

  1. Try as much as possible to keep your hands away from your face.
  2. Consume more and more of fruits and vegetables.
  3. Use sunscreen each time that you go out in the sun.
  4. Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day.
  5. Drink Green tea has a very important anti-inflammatory agent that has been proven to repair damaged skin.
  6. Smile more.
  7. Avoid Smoking.
  8. Exfoliating is another way to get a beautiful skin.
  9. Apply some powder or lotion on body and face after a bath.
  10. Get engages in vigorous exercises.

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How to Find an Awesome Tattoo For Women Online



Finally, that design you’ve had in your head for months has now become a reality and your skin is sporting a new tattoo for women ✨. But what next? How do you look after it and ensure it heals well and ends up looking just as you dreamed it? Here’s everything you need to know…

1. Follow your tattoo artist’s advice

Aftercare advice will vary from studio to studio, and sometimes even artists in the same studio will have different ideas of what heals best. Listen to the instructions your artist gives you – most will have a leaflet with their advice printed out for you to take away.

2. After a few hours gently wash the tattoo

The majority of advice will tell you to leave the covering on the tattoo for the first 2-5 hours, then to carefully remove it and gently wash the tattoo with lukewarm water and mild liquid soap, like Carex.

3. Apply a thin layer of unscented moisturising cream

You should then apply a thin layer of an unscented moisturising cream like Bepanthen (nappy rash cream) – your artist will tell you which they recommend. You can either then recover with clingfilm/gauze, or leave it open to the air, depending on your artists advice. Generally, studios will advise you to repeat the cleaning process 3-5 times a day.

4. Keep the tattoo clean and dry

Keep the tattoo clean and dry, and avoid soaking it in water for at least a month (showers are ok, baths are not). If your clothes are likely to rub on it, keep it covered with gauze/clingfilm and medical tape.

5. Avoid direct sunlight

Avoid exposing it to direct sunlight unless necessary. Healed tattoos, especially coloured ones, can fade in the sun – so when it’s completely healed, make sure it’s covered in a high SPF (check out our tattoo for women here), if you’re going to be catching some rays.

6. Be patient with healing times

Healing times depend on how well you heal and the size of the design. This can range anywhere from around a week for simple, small line designs, to several months for complex, larger designs. Keep following your aftercare instructions for as long as the artist told you to, and make sure the tattoo is kept well-moisturised and clean for a good few months after that, avoiding abrasive skin products.

7. Do. Not. Itch.

As the tattoo heals, it may scab or flake slightly. Avoid picking at it, as this may remove the ink in that area and lead to patches fading or being removed altogether. If it itches, don’t scratch – slap it lightly instead. This should only last for the first few weeks or so – if it stays raised, itches uncontrollably, is red around the design, keeps bleeding for more than a day or so after having it done, or is continuously hot to the touch, go back to your artist or seek medical advice. Infected tattoos are very rare but can happen, and it’s always worth getting it checked out if you’re worried about it.

8. Go back to the studio for touch ups, if needed

If you do lose ink, your studio should retouch it for free – bad tattoos and service lead to bad reputations, so it’s in their interests to make sure you’re happy with the final product. After about 6 weeks, go back if you need touch-ups on any area of the tattoo for women.

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