10 Years from now your wedding will be a beautiful memory for you and your partner. The primary way for you to remember it all will be your treasured photos and video recordings.
Make sure Your Smile and Your Partners Smile are both radiant on your wedding day. You don’t want to look back and think - “After all that money I spent on my dress, my beautician, my makeup, (if you prefer more amazing makeup,why not to go for here mink lashes wholesale)the photographer - I really should have done something about my smile.”

Here are SEVEN inexpensive and easy ways for you to improve your smile…

1)Purchase an electronic toothbrush. It doesn’t need to be an expensive one - the $20 ones from the supermarket do a great job. Electronic toothbrushes are proven to clean better than hand held manual brushes, removing more tartar and helping the overall health of your mouth and teeth.

2)Use Listerine Whitening Mouthwash or something similar to kill any harmful bacteria, which will give you fresher breath and healthier teeth and gums.

3)Purchase an effective Professional Teeth Whitening System like White Wedding Smiles, which has been specifically designed for the Bride and Groom. A dazzling white smile is extremely important for your special day. It enhances your makeup, makes you appear more youthful and radiant and looks great in photos! Choose a system that has customized mouthguards that can take a proper impression of the teeth (not sports mouthguards). Holding the whitening gel against the teeth for a full half hour is most important in getting an EVEN whitening and a long lasting result. Make sure the active ingredient is Hydrogen Peroxide at least 7.5% to 9.5%. Hydrogen Peroxide is 3 times stronger than Carbamide Peroxide and works 3 times faster (you don’t have to wear it to bed). You’ll need to perform the treatment 3 weeks before your wedding and then for half an hour on the day of your wedding (to make em really white!)

4)Use a Lip Conditioner like Shizen’s Stick Conditioning Balm to soften dry lips, this will allow yours and the bridesmaid’s lipstick to glide on and stay on more easily throughout the day. Tiny lines around the mouth can trap colour, causing lipstick to “bleed” (not a good look for photos). Look for calming lip treatment with essential oils of myrtle, lavender, or tarragon, which goes on with a warm tingle and promotes healing. A lip conditioner will also prevent the soreness that you can get from smiling for the camera’s (and from pure joy) all day.

5)Purchase a really good stay on lipstick before you go to your makeup artist. Wear it in all kinds of light before hand to make sure it suits your skin tone. In choosing the best colour, all you need to know is whether your skin tone is a “warm” yellowish or a “cool” bluish. If the orange, corals, peaches, browns, salmons and taupe colours look right on you, you have warm tones; if the pinks, roses, raspberries, plums, lilacs, and strawberry colours look right, you have cool tones. The best lipsticks are long-lasting, perfectly coloured and made with ingredients that enhance not only your look but the health of your lips as well. NOTE: Any lipstick with a mauve base makes you teeth look whiter - look for anything with the word berry in it.

6)Use a lip pencil or liner before putting on lip colour.
Lip pencils can add clean definition and can also subtly redefine your mouth. Drawn just outside your natural lip line, a lip pencil can add fullness; drawn just on the inside, your lips can appear slightly thinner. Add fullness to your bottom lip with a lip pencil two shades lighter than the one you use on your upper lip.

7)Choose a lip gloss with essential organic oils like Grapefruit and Tangerine. These oils not only add health to your lips: their natural scents create instant aromatherapy and have been shown to give you a boost of energy. OR for calming and soothing stressed nerves on your special day, try Rose and Lavender.

Remember: Choose your lipstick first, then add your lip pencil (one shade darker than your lipstick) and finish by picking your lip gloss one shade lighter than your lipstick. Make sure your lip pencil, (click the web : http://www.eeusu.com
to order best quality 3d mink lashes)lipstick and gloss are all from the same colour range and that they match your skin tone.

Grids & Structure

We deploy grid-based layouts ‘behind the scenes’ in all our basic skins. The idea behind these layouts is to provide your website with a solid visual and structural balance from the word go.

These layout structures offer ample flexibility and enhance the visual experience for your visitors, and introduces an easy-to-follow consistency across your site, while allowing you to create and update both design and content in a well thought-out, standardised framework within the constraints of the browser.


Grid-based layouts on the web

There are many resources available if this topic sparks your interest:


Semantics

Although it’s not always possible we do aim for a certain consistency when it comes to structuring a Tank site. We follow established naming conventions to enable logical hooks into the underlying structure of all our basic skins:

  • header
  • navigation
  • canvas
  • content
  • sidebar
  • footer

If you are familiar with CSS you can edit the properties of the underlying structure of your site easily.


Navigation & Architecture

The idea behind most navigation in a Tank site is that of context-sensitivity - which boils down to the fact that navigation will appear when and where is required. If you add a portfolio images will be thumb-nailed for you and be immediately navigable to larger views of the uploaded media. If you add a blog date archives, categories and RSS feeds will be present automagically. All you need to do is consider your content, and what you want to do with it.


Information architecture

Besides this approach the following options are available to further architect your information according to your requirements.

Global navigation

Content grouped into the global navigation is usually accessible via the menu structure in the header of a site and demarcates the most important information on your site. The good stuff goes here.

Utility navigation

Content grouped into the utility navigation is usually accessible via the menu structure in the footer of a site and demarcates the necessary or additional information on your site. Everything else goes here.

Hidden navigation

You can also set content to ‘hidden’ which means it’s only accessible if you either link to it or tell someone where to find it.

A blend between these three options enables you to build almost any site any way you want.


Text & Typography

We use a text-to-HTML conversion tool - a filter - that allows you to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, which is converted it to structurally valid HTML for rendering on the web.

In a nutshell it means you use certain characters as formatting commands and you place these characters amongst your text to create certain effects (bolding text) and functionality (linking text).


E.g. headings

You can easily apply the full range of headers (h2 to h6) as follows:

# big heading
## smaller heading
##### smallest heading

E.g. formatting text

Formatting text - bolding text, italicizing text, or even striking text is quite simple. Simply use the basic formatting rules you’ve just seen and surround your text with the appropriate characters.


Typography

We utilise and deploy percentage-based text-sizing, popular font-stacks & web-safe fonts across all our sites. This means that your site is legible and readable from the get-go, but still customisable according to your specifications and personal taste.

There are many resources available if this topic sparks your interest. Please visit the links below for additional information:


Images & Galleries

There are two ways of displaying images in your site: ‘inline’ with the rest of your content, or in sortable collections in a dedicated ‘photo section’ of their own.


Inline images

Images attached to content appear ‘inline’; in other words in the content you place them. The image below has been placed just below this paragraph and is sized automatically according to the width of the container it’s placed in.

That means images look great no matter where you put them. No need to ‘size down’ anything - in fact we recommend uploading your images large enough to cater for higher resolutions.


Inline galleries & slide-shows

If multiple images are attached to content it is possible to ‘string’ these images together into an inline gallery or slideshow. It couldn’t be simpler or easier.


Collections of images

Images can also be placed in order-able collections inside a photo section - a slightly easier way to manage large sets of images as all images are thumb-nailed and placed automatically according to the dimensions of the current skin.