As of late, there has been a wave of women from African descent going “natural”. I am sure there are people from various backgrounds wondering exactly what that means, why that is a big deal and how exactly that has anything to do with you in your every day life.
Here comes the app that will aid you to share the style inspirations and suggestion with friends, brands and other advisors. Just post a look using filters and frames to develop a beautiful display of your style. You can share it instantly using Facebook, instadp along with Twitter. To explore your photo shoot, just strike a pose using its feature of one-of-a-kind timer. This is a not an end of this app leverages as you can get more and more creative by preparing a unique collage with all photos you have captured.
On Facebook: Check privacy settings for posts, pictures and information you do not wish to be widely distributed. One thing I like about Facebook is that I can determine who can and cannot see certain things. I can share pictures with my family without making them public. Also, be mindful of who you let into your Friends lists.
When you begin the job search, take a moment to look at the social profiles you keep and view them as a complete stranger would. What sort of impression do you think somebody would get on seeing this side of you for the first time? Do you have embarrassing photos visible to the public? Are status updates rife with swear words? Worse yet, can a potential employer see or prove that you have used social media to insult a previous boss? One can understand the need to cut up once in a while, but if somebody interested in hiring you sees certain things on your profile that make them uncomfortable it could cost you a good job.
What do you think? Were you happy with the outcome of the game? What do you think of these celebrity antics at sporting events? Sound off in the comments below.
I have an app on my phone called Photos to Art, which basically does the same thing as the Fotobar stores will and it seems easier. You upload the photo, decide on style, size, etc. and just send it electronically and in a few days (maybe weeks), you get your photo(s) back as posters, framed art or whatever.
I love and hate them. We’re competitive going after listings but I care for them and they’re the only 2 people that get it. There’s an unspoken bond. They know the intensity of filming for 8 months. You’re tired, or have a cold, and you still have to bring it on and juggle business. And there’s the nervousness of “Is it going to be a hit show? How am I going to look in this scene?” It’s intense.
Some people I know have suggested using handles unrelated to your real name may help with online anonymity. This is something you can try, but with discretion. If somebody truly wants to track your activity, they will find a way to do it. Use your intuition when you update your profiles to determine if you’re stepping over any lines.