What does a haircut do to a woman

What does a haircut do to a woman Every woman plays with her hair a certain way; a sober ponytail for work, a fashionable appearance for the evening party, a neatly tied bun for a formal get-together etc. A recent study says that an average woman spends 10 days a year making sure her hair […]
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Ayushmann Khurrana tried nine hairstyles for Hawaizaada

Ayushmann Khurrana tried nine hairstyles for Hawaizaada   Ayushmann Khurrana Hawaizaada, starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Mithun Chakraborty and Pallavi Sharda, is set in the 19th century. Naturally, one of the challenges of making the film was staying true to that period — be it recreating the Bombay of 1895 or designing the right costumes. Needless to say, […]
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Beards for summer

Beards for summer   Beards for summer Tweak your beard to suit the warm weather as well as your face cut and personality. Waking up on a lazy summer morning during the holidays is more enjoyable when you don’t have to worry about the usual shaving routine. With men’s grooming experts welcoming the return of […]
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American Cultural History 1990 – 1999

ABOUT THIS GUIDE The 1990s was truly the electronic age.  We would not have been able to publish this decades web site if it weren’t for the Internet.   The World Wide Web was born in 1992, changing the way we communicate (email), spend our money (online gambling, stores),  and do business (e-commerce).  In 1989, 15% […]
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American Cultural History 1980 – 1989

The 1980s became the Me! Me! Me! generation of status seekers.   During the 1980s, hostile takeovers, leveraged buyouts, and mega-mergers spawned a new breed of billionaire.  Donald Trump, Leona Helmsley, and Ivan Boesky iconed the meteoric rise and fall of the rich and famous.  If you’ve got it, flaunt it and You can have it […]
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American Cultural History 1970 – 1979

The chaotic events of the 60’s, including war and social change, seemed destined to continue in the 70’s.  Major trends included a growing disillusionment of government, advances in civil rights, increased influence of the women’s movement, a heightened concern for the environment, and increased space exploration.  Many of the “radical” ideas of the 60’s gained […]
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American Cultural History 1950 – 1959

ABOUT THIS GUIDE   Facts about this decade — Population: 151,684,000 (U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census)* Unemployed:  3,288,000 Life expectancy:   Women 71.1,  men  65.6 Car Sales:  6,665,800 Average Salary:  $2,992 Labor Force male/female: 5/2 Cost of a loaf of bread:  $0.14 Bomb shelter plans, like the government pamphlet You Can Survive, become […]
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American Cultural History 1940 – 1949

The 1940’s were dominated by World War II. European artists and intellectuals fled to the United States from Hitler and the Holocaust, bringing new ideas created in disillusionment. War production pulled us out of the Great Depression. Women were needed to replace men who had gone off to war, and so the first great exodus […]
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American Cultural History 1930 – 1939

By the 1930s money was scarce because of the depression, so people did what they could to make their lives happy.  Movies were hot, parlor games and board games were popular.  People gathered around radios to listen to the Yankees.  Young people danced to the big bands.  Franklin Roosevelt FACTS about this decade. Population: 123,188,000 […]
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