Hair Style for Business Women

Your hairstyle is an important part of your overall image. By getting your hair cut and styled to suit your face, you will get the look that is the most flattering for you. You might be surprised at how very different you can look with the right hairstyle. Finding the right hairstyle to suit your face is often challenging. You have to balance the current trends with what will look best on you. But how do you know what will make you look your best?

This article will help you discover which hairstyle is right for your face and how to choose a style that will enhance your looks and give you the absolute best look for you.

Figure Out Your Face Shape
In order to find the right hairstyle for your face, you first want to determine your face shape. Here is a brief guide:

Oval: This type of face is very oval-shaped and equal in size on top and bottom.

Heart: Wider at the temples and narrower at the chin.

Round: This face type is similar to the oval, but shorter.

Triangle: The opposite of the heart, this type of face is usually wide at the chin with a narrow forehead.

Square: A strong jaw and squared-off features are typical of this type.

Rectangle: A longer version of the square face.

Go Long to Slim the Face
For round faces, the worst thing you can do is to get a chin length cut. That will just draw attention to the roundness of the face. To make your face look longer and slimmer, keep hair long, at least shoulder length. While some layering at the bottom can work, it is usually best to keep layers out of the face and below the jaw line. Longer styles also go very well with an oval-shaped face.

Use Bangs to Hide Flaws
Bangs camouflage a large forehead or are often used to soften a face. Bangs usually look best when they are not too full, so stick to just a light coverage. Bangs go well with heart-shaped faces to minimize the width of the forehead, and are also ideal for softening a square or rectangular face. Avoid using them with a round face shape, since this will cut off length and make the face look even shorter.

Layers Create Softness
When you have straight lines in your face, such as those with a square or rectangular face, some well-placed layers can really help soften your face and create a more feminine look. Be careful of having too many layers, since this can actually start to look frizzy and unkempt, but a handful of wisps looks great.

Short Hairstyles Add Width to the Jaw
Obviously, if you already have a naturally wide chin, you won´t want to opt for a bob or any other chin-length cut. However, for heart-shaped faces, this is the ideal hairstyle to balance out the wide forehead. Short hair can also be used successfully with a rectangular face, to create a shorter look, particularly if combined with a layered cut to add texture and softness to the face.

Add Some Curl For Extra Body

Not everyone is blessed with full hair and when you have a triangular or a rectangular face, a little extra volume can really help. Use hot rollers or a curling iron to add some volume to your hair and balance out these face types.

Now that you have a fairly good idea of what your face shape is and which hairstyles compliment it, you can take a look at a variety of hairstyles from magazines, the Internet or hairstylists’ style books and decide which is the right one for your face. Choosing the best hairstyle for you will result in a great look that enhances your natural beauty and makes you feel your best everyday.

The top ten women with most wanted Hair styles as poll conducted by In Touch magazine;

* Jenifer Aniston
* Jessica Simpson
* Jessica Alba
* Rachel Bilson
* Beyonce Knowles
* Lindsay Lohan
* Scarlett Johanssen
* Eva Mendes
* Sienna Miller
* Jenifer Lopez

hairstyles for long face.

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Hormone drives sexy women to infidelity, says study

Women with high levels of a key sex hormone are judged more attractive by themselves and others, and may be more inclined to cheat on their partners, according to a study published Wednesday.

University of Texas psychologists Kristina Durante and Norman Li found that women with high concentrations of the hormone oestradiol were likelier to flirt, kiss and have a serious affair outside an established relationship.

In a study published in the British journal Biology Letters, the duo described the behaviour as “opportunistic serial monogamy” and not related to one-night stands.
Instead, they suggested, such women were more probably being prompted to trade up in their relationships — to find a better partner.

Other studies of oestradiol have shown that higher levels of the hormone are closely linked to enhanced fertility among women.

As a result, say some researchers, men have an evolved response that prompts them to pick up on telltale signs of the hormone’s presence.

High concentrations of oestradiol are associated with big breasts, facial attractiveness and low waist-to-hip ratio, with the result that men solicit such women.

Durante and Li measured hormone levels at two different stages of the menstrual cycle among 52 women aged 17 to 30 who were not taking the pill.

The women were asked to rate their own attractiveness and sexiness “compared to other women,” their satisfaction with current partners, their willingness to engage in uncommitted sex and about their past relationships.

Separately, a panel of men and women unaware of the experiments evaluated photos of the women, rating them for attractiveness.

The women with the highest levels of oestradiol scored the highest across the board, and reported a greater likelihood of having a serious affair.

They also reported a greater number of long-term relationships in the past.
The study says that oestradiol-related attractiveness provides opportunities in the sexual hunting ground.

Men are keen to find a sexier woman and women want to find a partner who is a better provider and looker.

“Women have to trade off between having a long-term mate who provides continual material resources, and more physically attractive, short-term sexual partners with good genetic resources,” write Durante and Li.

Women with higher oestradiol levels “may have fewer reasons to be committed to any particular partner if higher quality potential mates are available,” they conclude.

Oprah praises Kate Winslet’s ‘real’ figure

(Sydney Morning Herald, 15 Jan 2009)
The US talk show host applauded the Revolutionary Road actress’ natural figure, adding she loves seeing a woman with natural assets on the big screen.

Speaking to Winslet, 33, on her show, Winfry said: “I love that you have real breasts, because in all the breast scenes, your breasts do what real breasts do.

“There’s that wonderful thing, you know, if you are a woman, you’re lying on your back, your breasts they part, but if you look at a woman who hasn’t got real breasts, their breasts are sticking straight up. That’s how you know. God bless your real breasts!”

Winfrey is the latest famous face to share her appreciation for Winslet’s figure – actress Halle Berry recently admitted she is envious of the Titanic star’s body.

Berry said: “Kate Winslet is always naked, sitting on a toilet, or running buck naked. I want to be the kind of actress who can really be comfortable with my body like that.”

Winslet – who has stripped off in several movies, including Titanic, Little Children and The Reader – has since claimed she finds baring all for the camera easy.

She revealed: “That’s so amazing. That is worth the pain! I am thrilled to hear someone like Halle say something like that. But what I would want to say to her is, well, you can because all I do is say, ‘I don’t give a s**t!’ “

Women smell male intentions

WASHINGTON: Women can really tell what’s on the male mind by the “scent of a man”. Researchers in the US say women respond to a man’s sexual perspiration differently than they do to his normal sweat.

Denise Chen, assistant professor of psychology at Rice University, looked at the process the female brain undergoes to encode the smell of sexual sweat from men. Researchers studied natural human sexual sweat using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

Chen and her colleagues asked 20 heterosexual guys to stop wearing deodorant and scented products for a few days. Then they told the men to put small pads in their armpits as they watched pornographic videos and became aroused (the researchers confirmed, using electrodes, that the images did the job). Later, the guys were asked to exchange those pads for fresh pads to collect the sweat they produced when they weren’t aroused. Then the researchers recruited 19 brave women to smell the men’s pads while undergoing brain scans.

Sure enough, the women’s brains responded very differently depending on which sweat they sniffed. The sexual sweat, but not the normal sweat, activated the right orbitofrontal cortex and the right fusiform cortex, brain areas that help us recognize emotions and perceive things, respectively. Both regions are in the right hemisphere, which is generally involved in smell, social response, and emotion.

The findings bolster the idea that humans do communicate via subconscious chemical signals, notes Chen in her study, which was published in the Journal of Neuroscience. Our sexual intentions, in other words, may be a lot clearer than we ever intended them to be. That crush you have on your co-worker? She may already know — at least subconsciously.