Writing trials

Posted in Arts and Humanities with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 16, 2013 by silkysecrets

man typing on a computer keyboard

I was doing the thorough cleaning the other day when I bumped into the box with my old stuff. Like really old, there were some old souvenirs and concert tickets and, surprisingly, my old notebooks from my middle school time. There were some short stories and poems that I wrote back those days. I spent 40 minutes on reading them and gosh they were awful! I felt the urge to burn them down immediately right in the middle of my living room and thought: “Oh God, I hope no one read this!”

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7 Tips To Make Your Skin Look Younger

Posted in Girl Talk with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 8, 2013 by silkysecrets

Many women start thinking about the methods to retain their youth only when they notice the first wrinkles. The human tends to solve the problems as they appear but we seldom take the preventive measures to prevent the rapid skin aging beforehand. The numerous beauty magazines are literally stuffed with piles of tips and pieces of advice how to make your skin look better. These tips may vary from the customary to rather weird ones. Here is the list of the traditional and reliable seven ways to make your facial skin look younger and fresher.

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St. Valentine’s Day – If You Are Lonely

Posted in Diary with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 1, 2013 by silkysecrets

St. Valentine’s Day was always a kind of pink nightmare for me. Hearts and madly kissing couples everywhere, girls with flowers, sweets and teddy bears happily laughing on the streets, special offers for couples in all cafes, stores and restaurants, romantic movies in the cinemas, and me, alone in this chaos of plush toys and flowers which are said to symbolize eternal love. Every year it happens so, that I am lonely on St. Valentine’s Day, as the previous relations are already over while the next boyfriend appears on the horizon a bit later than 14 of February. So, this situation made me develop my own rules of celebrating St. Valentine’s Day, if you are lonely.

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Art Criteria

Posted in Arts and Humanities with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 28, 2012 by silkysecrets

In all the times the people did their best to understand what art is. Artists and art analysts argued and discussed the criteria of art. Tastes differ and each person may have his or her own opinion on art. You come to an art gallery and choose the paintings and objects that attract you. Some people value the beauty of art, other people suppose that art should be realistic. The third ones may consider the most important aspect of art to be the fact that it should express feelings and emotions. There are a large number of paintings in the world and the ones may be characterized by the photographic fidelity while the others perfectly transmit the mood of the author being totally abstract.

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How to Apply Shades

Posted in Fashion with tags , , , , , , , on November 12, 2012 by silkysecrets

Proper makeup is an essential element of your image. It helps to conceal some defects of your appearance and underline your advantages. The techniques of makeup are influenced by the rules of fashion like your clothes, accessorize or other beauty industry stuff. As eyes appear to be most impressive part of your face, you should pay the greatest attention to applying makeup to the eye lids and learn the art of working with shades which can help you to create any image you like.

Before starting the work, you should answer one question – what effect ct do you want to reach? If you use only light shades it will give your eyes attractive glitter. Dark shades will underline the beauty of your eye shape and hide minor defects.

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Mario Testino

Posted in Visual Art with tags , , , , , , , , on November 3, 2012 by silkysecrets

The personality of Mario Testino was defined since his childhood. His blood was a mixture of Irish, Spanish and Italian origin. Born in Peru he spent his childhood and adolescence in Brazil. In that way he added the features of the Latin mentality to his strong individuality. He got the spiritual warmth, generosity, hospitability and impressing sense of humor.

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Roommates and Cockroaches

Posted in Diary with tags , , , , , , , on October 28, 2012 by silkysecrets

Living with a roommate is like…no, honestly I can not find a comparison which will even vaguely explain what living with a roommate looks like. It is a unique experience or a terrific ordeal depending on the roommate you are lucky to have.

If you face a dilemma of whether to live alone or allow someone else to occupy a part of your private space, my recommendation is to choose the second option without hesitation. We all want independence and seclusion, but after a few weeks of living alone this seclusion will become unbearable and the walls in your room will learn your entire life story.

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