Company's Latest Roadshow Highlights Recliner Sofas with Adjustable Headrest

A ROADSHOW by Cellini, featuring the newest arrivals of modular leather motorised recliners, was held at 1Utama, Bandar Utama, Selangor.

Among the many products on display at the "Made in Cellini" roadshow, was its PAC recliner with adjustable headrests, that can be configured into two- or three-seaters as well as an L-shape sofa.

It also has convenient storage at the end modules, suitable for large apartments to expansive landed homes, making it a unique sectional sofa for any home.

Apart from that, the roadshow also highlighted its latest designs such the quartz stone table top from the Bolda range.

It uses the latest production method of bonding walnut veener with metal, lending it natural beauty and elegance. The table is scratch, stain and heat-resistant.

In addition, the roadshow presented home improvement products such as AquaClean, a revolutionary fabric from Spain that allows stains to be cleaned using only water.

It employs AquacleanTechnology, said to be able to cover every fibre with an invisible molecular layer, preventing dirt from penetrating the fabric.

Household stains such as wine, ink, sauce, mud, chocolate and cream are easily removed, and the specially treated fabric is eco-friendly, child-friendly and pet-safe.

Established in 1986 in Singapore, Cellini is a market leader in modern and contemporary furniture in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Taiwan, with over 50 retail showrooms in the region.

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You’re a speck in a sea of 10,000 people. Rows of bodies bounce to the beat; roving lights wash over, and the cold winds of the open night sky sweep all around you. As power cans flash lightning on stage, the rumble of thunder strikes above. With every note of the double flute and sarangi rising up to the heavens, the clouds shower down torrents in return. After a day spent listening to 20 different artistes, across five stages and numerous genres, with skin now soaked in rain, sweat and the soul of spirited music, there’s little else in the world that really matters. Welcome to the spellbinding power of India’s indie music festival nights.From the scattered few stages of a decade ago, today, nearly every metro and two-tier city in India has a music festival to its name. With veterans, such as the five-year-old, four-city strong NH7 Weekender and Bangalore’s decade-old Oktoberfest, and young ventures, such as Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh, Rajasthan’s Magnetic Fields, Coorg’s Storm, Ooty’s GoMAD, Chennai and Goa’s Sunburn, Mumbai’s Mahindra Blues Festival and over 30 others, it’s raining independant music festivals on the country, and the drizzle swells into a full-fledged monsoon as the year comes to a close.A classic character of India’s major music festivals has been its multi-stage, multi-genre nature, where the bass pulsing off the electronica stage is just a hop away from the strains of someone’s guitar on the singer-songwriter stage. Modelled on the Glastonbury festival, the upcoming NH7 Weekender, for instance, features five genre stages with simultaneous acts that culminate at the ‘Arena’ for its headlining performance. It’s in creating that heady cocktail of a 100-artiste line-up — 70 per cent Indian acts (with fresh names each year or established ones with new material) and 30 per cent International performers — that Vijay Nair, founder of organisers Only Much Louder (OML), finds their biggest breakthrough.“Festival curation is an art,” says Anup Kutty, co-founder of Ziro, a three-year-old indie festival in the grasslands and meadows of Ziro village in Arunachal Pradesh. Their just-concluded edition highlighted folk artistes and less-known singer-songwriters from across the country, including the Sajda sisters, singing songs from their homeland Bathinda, Punjab. They had flown for the first time ever for this festival, and ended up jamming with Kolkata producer and solo artiste Neel Adhikari. “Multi-genre festivals bring about a convergence of cultures. The lines between folk and indie, urban and rural, language barriers, all blur, and the focus shifts to just quality music.”It’s precisely this sense of community across genres, and the possibility of collaborations, that draws artistes to such festivals. “It’s understood that festivals pay you half your artiste fee, given they bring so many performers to one stage, but for us, it’s the chance to see people you’ve only heard before, perform live, and discover young, fresh talent that makes it exciting,” says Rahul Ram, bassist for Indian Ocean, who’ve performed at Storm and GoMAD, and will stage their multi-collaborator new album Tandanu, live at NH7 this year.For the Raghu Dixit Project, that experience of being discovered at a festival is all too precious. In 2007, at OML’s Big Chill festival in Goa, Raghu and his band of lungi-clad boys were an innocuous bunch playing to a hundred people at first. “By the gig’s close, over 3,000 had gathered; news of us had spread fast and wide by word of mouth and that was our first big break,” says Raghu. From flautist Shankar Tucker, to claw-hammer banjoist Abigail Washburn, many of Raghu’s collaborators have been people he’s bumped into, and struck a chord with, at festival backstages. “There’s so much to learn just by watching fellow artistes play too!” he adds. “These spaces also give you a clear sense of the latest creative boundaries independent artistes in the country are pushing,” says Sharath Narayan, vocalist for one-album-old band Black Letters. “For a young band, they let you reach exactly that clued-in audience you’re looking for!”For how nascent India’s music festival culture is, audiences couldn’t be happier with how fast the scene has mushroomed. One offshoot has been niche festivals such as the EDM-only Sunburn festival that recently turned a Chennai resort into a dance floor, the Kasauli Rhythm and Blues Festival in Himachal Pradesh, and the Mahindra Blues Festival in Mumbai, to name a few. “Running a blues-only festival was quite a gamble,” says Owen Roncon, founder of Oranjuice and Fountainhead, which runs the Mahindra two-day show. “When we began, people considered the blues as ‘beggar music’, some old, black man somewhere crying about something.” Curating the festival has been about changing that perception by bringing in the best of International blues artistes, such as Zac Harmon and Jimmie Vaughan. Running full-house now for four years consecutively from Bandra’s Mehboob Studios, Owen says success has come from tailor-making the entire experience for both die-hard blues fan who come just for the music, and for those there just to “hang out”.Most music festivals today are thus as much about their destinations, the vibe and atmosphere they exude, as the music. Take Storm for example. The three-year-old Bangalore-based festival actually began as a camping event that would initiate responsible tourism through promoting local, musical talent reveals Lavin Uthappa, festival director. A camping festival is certainly unique to India, especially because, as Lavin says, “we don’t respect Nature”, something Storm aims to change by “bringing people together to enjoy Nature. Think of it as a camaraderie-based event, replete with late-night barbeques and adventure sports!” Tourism is a mainstay for Magnetic Fields festival too, which unfolds within the palatial splendour of Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan. Live through the expansive worlds of art and heritage while lolling around in Bedouin tents, take yoga lessons or lose yourself in treasure hunts, lounge around at kite-flying parties or art workshops, or even attend costume balls and secret parties. “When we sell a music festival, we don’t just talk about the music; it’s a three-day holiday in Rajasthan that is an experience in itself,” says Munbir Chawla, festival organiser.Over time, festivals take on a character for themselves defined by the artistes and audience that frequent them, adds Vijay. While NH7 makes conscious efforts to keep the colour black out of its stage designs and signage, in keeping with its ‘happiest festival’ tag, and Ziro draws strict lines about its environmentally conscious model, it’s the attitudes of leisure and comfort that festival-goers bring to these venues that create their spirit of peacefulness. From a broad demographic of listeners in their 20s and 30s, festivals with an air of safety and security, now also cater to families that come with grandparents and kids in tow, each finding their own space of happiness at these festivals.As business burgeons though, Rahul notes, that there is a tendency to exorbitantly price festival tickets, making the music needlessly elite. “It makes no sense to take the music away from the youth, who are our most ardent fans, and don’t have huge budgets!” Moreover, as the frequency of such festivals draws closer, the more often a line-up of ‘usual suspect’ artistes too repeats itself. Stories abound of festivals that have opened with great aplomb, but fallen in on themselves a year after birth, from poor planning, shoddy artiste management and few sponsors. Magnetic Fields, for instance, has no sponsors (they have private funding), and Munbir says that gives him “the freedom to do what we want and work with a specific vision, while Storm and Ziro enjoy Government sponsorship.” Anup explains: “It’s about finding a sustainable business model between your sponsorships, merchandise, stall rentals, and campaigns, which enables you to subsidise your tickets to reach the audience you want to. It boils down to your intentions, really. Over commerce, you have to believe in the festival itself, in great artistes, great music.”A year in festivalsStormWhere: Bangalore/CoorgWhen: Usually takes place end of January-beginning of February. Storm 2015 is likely to be held between November-December.USP: A full scale camp-out music festival in the middle of unspoilt natural beauty. Previous acts include Agam, Karsh Kale Collectiv, Indian Ocean, Anthony Daasan.***SunburnWhere: GoaWhen: December 27-29, 2014USP: The country’s first and arguably most popular Electronic Dance Music festival for seven years now. The festival has also seen editions in other cities like Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Indore.***Magnetic FieldsWhere: RajasthanWhen: December 12-14, 2014USP: A festival that takes place in a 17th Century palace in Shekawati, Rajasthan can only be exotic. So expect not just music but everything from yoga to costume balls and treasure hunts.***SulafestWhere: NasikWhen: February 7-8, 2015USP: Literally a heady mix of music, gourmet food and alcohol and add to it retail therapy as well. They added fashion to the mix this year.***Bangalore Open AirWhere: BangaloreWhen: September every yearUSP: For strict metal-heads only. This edition saw German thrash metallers Destruction, Greek extreme metal band Rotting Christ and Italian brutal death metal band Cadaver Mutilator and Bengaluru-based folk metal band The Down Troddence and thrash metal veterans Threinody.***Jodhpur RIFFWhere: JodhpurWhen: October 23-27, 2015USP: Reportedly, Sir Mick Jagger is an international patron of the festival that takes place at the Mehrangarh Fort and has folk music in its line-up. This year’s main stage events included a mix of blues, soul and Scotland’s foremost drummer James Mackintosh.***NH7Where: Kolkata, Bangalore, Pune, DelhiWhen: November 1-2, 8-9, 21-23, 29-30, 2014USP: There’s five stages of music, from electronica to fusion, rock and acoustic singer-songwriter, stand-up comedy, dance, theatre… take your pick.***Enchanted Valley CarnivalWhere: Amby Valley CityWhen: December 19-21, 2014USP: Three days, four stages, and over 25,000 people, with a focus on EDM, live bands, adventure and watersports, hot-air ballooning, a flea market, campfires, barbeques and live music all night.***ZiroWhere: Ziro village, Arunachal PradeshWhen: September every year.USP: Set in the pristine hills and valleys of the village of Ziro, a 14-hour journey from Guwahati, home to the Apatani agrarian tribe who are Animists, the festival blends the local culture with the best of singer-songwriters from across the country, besides nationwide folk acts aplenty.***Mahindra Blues FestivalWhere: Mehboob Studios, MumbaiWhen: February every yearUSP: In its just-concluded fourth edition, Mahindra Blues brought home different kinds of blues from, the New Orleans and Chicago blues, to more young and contemporary varieties with Blues legends such as The Tedeschi Trucks Band, besides Indian acts such as the Soulmate duo from Shillong and Mumbai’s own Warren Mendonca of Blackstratblues.***India Bike WeekWhere: Vagator, GoaWhen: February 20-21, 2015USP: The festival rallies together bikers and musicians for two days featuring DJs, race tracks, live bands across three music stages, stunt and dance zones.***The Great Indian OctoberfestWhere: BangaloreWhen: October every year.USP: The just-concluded tenth edition of this festival featured The Raghu Dixit Project, Benny Dayal and Funktuation, besides the Manganiyar Seduction, the Down Troddence, Thaikkudam Bridge and many more. Of course, food, games and great beer come with the three days of revelry.***Kasauli Rhythm and Blues FestivalWhere: Kasauli, Himachal PradeshWhen: April 3-5, 2015USP: Organised by the Genesis Foundation, this year’s edition of the festival was its third, and included 10 bands such as Bangalore-based Lagori, Shillong’s Soulmate, folk rockers Susmit Sen and Indus Creed.
The Best of Romantic Ireland
The Best of Romantic Ireland
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Afterward, drive to the tip of Hook Peninsula to take in the view from the top of the oldest working lighthouse in the world.Romantic Stay: At the Cliff House Hotel, floor-to-ceiling glass panels ensure stunning sea vistas from comfy beds and fireplace seating. Have an organic peat and ginger soak for two on the Well Spa’s terrace, then savor an eight-course tasting menu with paired wines at the Michelin-starred House Restaurant.> The Kingdom of KerryThis southwest county known as “The Kingdom” serves up legendary landscapes, traditional experiences, and non-stop charm.Take a horse-drawn ride through Killarney National Park to the 15th-century Ross CastleÂor to the lakesideÂMuckross HouseÂto experience Victorian grandeur. In TraleeÂstroll past the “Rose of Tralee” statue to the extensive rose gardens (peak bloom is in August), then take in a traditional folk performance atÂSiamsa TíreÂto cap off the evening.Head for theÂDingle PeninsulaÂto order jewelry with your name in ogham writing at Brian de Staic Celtic Jewelry in Dingle town, thenÂcatch the sunset fromÂDunmore Head, Ireland’s westernmost point.On the Ring of Kerry, stop in Portmagee for fresh seafood at theÂMoorings restaurant on the docks, then take a drive toÂnearby Caherdaniel andÂdrink in the island view with an Irish coffee at the Scarriff Inn.Romantic Stay: The Lake Hotel Killarney overlooks a dreamy 12th-century castle on the banks of Lough Leane backed by Macgillycuddy’s Reeks. Watch wild red deer graze on the lawn in the evening with the dramatically lit castle ruins as backdrop.> DublinIn this cultural capital city, you are spoiled for choice among enticing offerings.Pay homage to St. Valentine at Whitefriar Street Carmelite ChurchÂ(his remains were sent there in 1836Âand devotees still light candles at his shrine), then share a kiss on Ha’penny Bridge, a charming pedestrian Âthat spans the River Liffey.Stroll the National Gallery of Ireland‘s venerable halls to see Frederic William Burton’s“The Meeting on the Turret Stairs,” a 19th-century watercolor of a knight and maiden recently voted Ireland’s favorite painting, then head to the Merrion HotelÂfor their afternoonÂArt Tea,Âwhere pastries patterned after modern masterpieces highlight the three-tiered service. Take in a classical music performance at the National Concert Hall, and finish the evening with dessert at a Butlers Chocolate Café.Romantic Stay: Dylan Hotel, a chic boutique hotel on the leafy outskirts of Dublin’s city center, has a fanciful nouveau style that creates a lighthearted atmosphere. Each room is different, but all include thoughtful touches like Italian marble bathrooms with heated floors and towel racks. Try the sophisticated cocktails in Dylan Bar.> The West Wishes and blessings and castles and luxuries beckon visitors to Ireland’s West Coast.Tie a wish to the fairy tree at Brigit’s Garden, an enchanting landscape designed around Celtic rituals, folklore, and festivals. You’ll feel like you are receiving a blessing from St. Patrick when you stand before his statue at Ballintubber Abbey, founded in 1216 at the place where he baptized converts.Walk the streets of Galway, the “City of Tribes,” and buy a Claddagh ring symbolizing friendship, love, and loyalty atÂThomas Dillon’s Claddagh Gold.Then take a scenic drive throughÂConnemara, including the seven-mile Sky Road,Âfor some of the most stunning views in Ireland. Kylemore Abbey, a dramatic castle set on the edge of a lake just a few miles from Clifden, is regarded by many as the most romantic building in the country.As an extra treat, book detoxifying seaweed baths with hand-harvested seaweed at VOYA Seaweed Baths & Spa in Strandhill.Romantic Stay: Live like landed gentry at 15th-century Knappogue Castle. The three exclusive State Rooms are filled with art and antiques; the drawing room has a baby grand piano and crystal chandelier. Sip Knappouge Castle 1951 Irish Whiskey by the fire; the sherry-finish single malt is one of Ireland’s oldest.> Northern IrelandMystical rituals, natural beauty, and a focus on the sea energize a trip to Northern Ireland.Renew your vows–or make a new promise–the ancient way by clasping hands through theÂDoagh Holestone, then seal your fate atÂGiant’s CausewayÂwhile seated on the Wishing Chair, just one of the unusual rock formations here.An eccentric earl builtÂMussenden TempleÂin 1785 based on Italy’sÂTemple of Vesta, and the long-distance views of the Antrim Coast have stood the test of time. Write your name in the sand atÂDownhill BeachÂbelow, the eastern end of a seven-mile strand. And don’t miss the stunningÂGlenoe Waterfall.InÂBelfast, amble through the curved cast iron-and-glassÂPalm House at the Belfast Botanic Gardens. Indulge in fresh oysters atÂMourne Seafood Bar,Âwashed down with a Mourne Oyster Stout, then grab one of the traditional “snugs” at the Victorian-eraÂCrown Liquor SaloonÂfor privacy while imbibing.Romantic Stay:ÂFour-poster beds and soaking tubs highlight many suites at the centuries-oldÂBushmills Inn. Savor a filet steak flambéed in Bushmills Irish whiskey in the restaurant, followed by a rare single malt in one of the pub’s cozy nooks lit by flickering gas lamps and warmed by an open fire.> County Wicklow Rich and ancient treasures in the Wicklow Mountains are inspirational, and activities engage all the senses.ExploreÂthe majestic gardens at Powerscourt, making time to admire the impressive statuaryÂand toss a coin into the grotto pool for good luck. Drive the winding road through Sally Gap, taking inÂpanoramic views along the way before arriving at the spiritual haven of Glendalough. Established in the sixth century, the pristine, mountain setting sets a tranquil, sacred tone for the monastic site that features a round tower, Celtic High Crosses, and stone oratories.Monart Spa in Enniscorthy is your destination for supreme pampering; try the thermal suite followed by a Warm Spiced Mud Wrap with peat, ginger, and cinnamon. Get hands on with Irish cuisineÂat Ballyknocken Cookery School with celebrity chef Catherine Fulvio. At AvocaÂin Avoca Village, tour the weaving mill founded in 1723, and shop for vibrant throws and scarves.Romantic Stay: Mount Juliet Golf & Spa Hotel is the ultimate manor house experience. The light-filled Georgian suites have exquisite touches and the wooded grounds are tailor-made for late-night strolls.ÂThe food in the Lady Helen Restaurant is Michelin-starred; go for their signature tasting menu with paired wines.Writer Kathleen M. 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L'Oreal Turns to Plant-based Hair Dye As Natural Cosmetics Thrive
L'Oreal Turns to Plant-based Hair Dye As Natural Cosmetics Thrive
PARIS (Reuters) - L'Oreal is launching its first wholly plant-based hair dye as cosmetics companies look to win over customers who are becoming increasingly wary of chemical ingredients. The French company, the world's biggest maker of skincare and beauty products, said on Wednesday the new range based on ingredients such as henna would be aimed at professionals for use in salons across Europe from May 2018. The organic cosmetics boom has been driven by rising numbers of younger consumers rejecting chemical-based products in favor of plant-based ones. The natural and organic beauty market was worth around $11 billion worldwide in 2016, consultants Ernst & Young said, adding that it was likely to double by 2024. L'Oreal believes the natural beauty market already stands at 24 billion euros ($28.2 billion) and is growing at 12 percent a year, said Marion Brunet, manager of L'Oreal Professional, one of the brands within the professional division that caters to salons. "There's very strong demand from women to move towards healthier formulas," Brunet said, adding that a branch of cosmetics that used to be the preserve of more militant "green" consumers 15 to 20 years ago had spread across society. The vegan range, called Botanea, is sourced from three plants found in India and is not available for mass market consumption yet, as the different shades need to be mixed to measure. Revenue growth at L'Oreal - founded almost 100 years ago by a chemist as a hair dye company - has benefited from a make-up boom in the age of "selfies" on social media, while its luxury brands such as Lancome are also doing well. But its professional products division has lagged, however, with like-for-like sales growth down 0.3 percent in the nine months to September, while other areas including the smaller active cosmetics business, which caters to dermatological conditions, expanded. L'Oreal, which spent 3.3 percent of its 26 billion euros ($30.6 billion) in sales last year on research, rivals large groups such as Estee Lauder. But small start-ups in skincare and beauty have acquired visibility and are reaching a greater audience through online sales and marketing in recent years. L'Oreal sold The Body Shop earlier this year to Brazil's Natura Cosmeticos, after the label, one of the pioneers in the field of natural-based cosmetics, struggled against rising competition. ($1 = 0.8512 euros) (Corrects paragraph 5 to reflect that Brunet does not run entire division but a brand)
Think Green Collection: Editors Choice  10 Best Images
Think Green Collection: Editors Choice 10 Best Images
Today weve chosen Pixabay 10 best green color images. Enjoy the green choice of our team.Green is the color of nature. It is associated with growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. Green has strong emotional correspondence with safety. Dark green is also commonly associated with money.There lots of shades of green, natural and man-made. Check them all in our collection!Image by ju1959jjjGreen is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises. Pedro Calderon de la Barca Image by SkitterphotoI just need green. I need to wake up and see grass and squirrels. I dont want to see skyscrapers. Andre Leon Talley Image by cegohI always say that candy is the perfect studio food it keeps your energy going. Nick Cannon Image by jeonsangoI believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars. Walt Whitman Image by Free-PhotosIf there is a future, it will be Green. Petra Kelly Image by cocoparisienneDont be a fish; be a frog. Swim in the water and jump when you hit ground. Kim Young-ha Image by ulleoColorless green ideas sleep furiously. Noam Chomsky Image by jplenioFor in the true nature of things, if we rightly consider, every green tree is far more glorious than if it were made of gold and silver. Martin Luther Image by NietjuhWhen youre green, your growing. Ray Kroc Image by SkitterphotoNo object is mysterious. The mystery is your eye. Elizabeth Bowen All images and videos on Pixabay are released free of copyrights under Creative Commons CC0. You may download, modify, distribute, and use them royalty free for anything you like, even in commercial applications. Attribution is not required·RELATED QUESTIONI painted my bedroom a dark teal color and need some suggestions on color of bed set or accent colors?Turquoise or white would look great with teal
Where Can I Find Plastic Injection Molding Manufacturers in China?
Where Can I Find Plastic Injection Molding Manufacturers in China?
This article was originally published on the Sourcing Allies blog“What kind of materials can be used in plastic injection molding?”‍PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDINGWhat is the plastic injection molding process?This process is similar to that of metal die casting. In this process, molten plastic is injected into a die under pressure and held until it cools. Once it becomes solid, the die is opened and the plastic casting is taken out. Plastic injection molding is an extremely versatile, precise, fast and inexpensive method of mass producing plastic products.What materials can be used?This process mainly uses both thermoplastics and thermoset plastics, each of which have their own advantages and limitations. The primary difference between the two is that thermoplastics can be melted back into liquid form or recycled while thermoset plastics cannot.ThermoplasticsPros: Recyclable, cost efficient (because waste during manufacturing process can be reused), increased impact resistance because of flexibility.Cons: Lower heat and chemical resistance (they degrade faster.)ThermosetPros: Higher chemical and thermal resistance and higher mechanical strength and dimensional stability.Cons: Cannot be recycled, lower impact resistance. Also, thermoset plastics are more difficult to work with so you might find it difficult to find suppliers for them.What will I need in terms of design input?We must have 3D files in STEP or IGES formats.Where in China can you find plastic injection molding factories?Depending on what kind of plastic you want to use for your product, these suppliers can be found all around China. Different factories have different quality levels and expertise.How much does tooling cost?It can cost from a few thousand dollars for simple tooling to hundreds of thousands for more complex multi-cavity tools.How long does tooling last?It depends on the material, but most likely 200,000 pieces is not a problem.What is the average lead time for tooling?15 days to three months depending on complexity.Do plastic injection molding products or their tooling need any final finishes?It is not unusual for injected parts to need final machining. This may also include addition of inserts (that can also be inserted during casting) or threads cutting. Final surface finishes may also be needed such as powder coating or paint application. Sometimes, under some circumstances the tool itself may need a special surface texture added, which will imprint on the final injected parts.What are the pros and cons of plastic injection molding?Pros:Consistent measurements.Quick production rate.Low cost per unit.Good surface finish.Products can often be recyclable.Manufacturing process can be quite cheap because scrap can be recycled/reused.ConsTooling cost.Warpage and shrinkage.Some thermosetting plastics or rubbers cannot be recycled.Recycled material will not give as good performance as new material.What are the known challenges of the plastic injection molding process?Some suppliers will use recycled material without telling you. Material type used is critical if you are looking for specific physical properties or performance. Additionally, shrinkage can be problematic across larger surface areas.Sourcing Allies is a team of expert China sourcing agents that has helped western customers manufacture and source products from low-cost regions since 2006.For more on plastic injection molding visit our website or write to us at info@sourcingallies.com.·RELATED QUESTIONWhat are some good skin whitening masks?Skin color is not a determiner of someone’s beauty. Having white skin does not mean you are beautiful. On the other hand, you can be an attractive guy with brown or black skin.Let's come to your question. We can't change our skin color through whitening. But we can lighten our skin to increase the glow. There are so many reasons by which we lose our actual skin tone like sunburn, pollution, and chemicals used in cosmetics. Here are some of the Natural face masks that will help you return your actual complexion.1. Turmeric Mask2. Tomato Mask3. Lentil Scrub4. Kiwi Mask5. Potato Mask6. Changing Eating habits.These are the most effective lightening masks for the face. To know more detail about these face masks, I would suggest checking out this resource:Top 10 Face Masks for Skin Lightening.Thanks!.
How to Curl Your Hair Like This?
How to Curl Your Hair Like This?
how to curl your hair like this?To get curls like that you use a curling wand. Almost like an iron but without a clamp and it gets smaller at the bottom. To get bigger curls, you use a thicker wand. To get them not so tight and loose like the picture, you only hold your hair on the wand for 3-4 seconds (different depending on if your hair is fine, curly etc). But you can mess around and look up a tutorial on youtube (there's tons). Good luck!— — — — — —shouldnt blowdrying your hair make it dry?Yes, but it depends on what type of hair you have some people have oily hair but you can not really see the oil unless they blow dry or straighten it, and some people put hair lotions in there hair before the videos or its just left over hair lotions from past days. Other then that yes it does dry your hair blow drying it is not as worse as straightening your hair straightening your hair is cause lots of DAMAGE especially if you do not use heat protection hair sprays/lotions— — — — — —Is your hair long or short???my hair is:: long curly/wavy thick (too thick) natural blond, but i added a little shade hair down with a headband— — — — — —What is better for your hair?I would trim it first (your ends) and then use a flat iron because the blow drier is actaully more damaging because you go over the same spot a lot which is more damaging then one run with a flat iron— — — — — —is TRESemme bad for your hair?Umm, all shampoos are somewhat like a detergant. The trick is you need to put conditioner in your hair after yiu shampoo so you do not look like an afro puff coming out the shower. That's your problem. When you are rinsing out the conditioner, you need to use a brush and brush your hair at the same time while your rinsing the conditioner out. It also depends on your hair texture too and whether or not your hair can handle certain shampoos and conditioners— — — — — —Is dying your hair twice bad?death it to the black is bigger than going decrease back over it with blonde- so jointly because it could make your hair particularly comfortable, it wo not completely fry it or something. omit it after with some deep conditioning remedies— — — — — —How to get your hair grow?Nothing really makes your hair grow faster. On average, hair grows 1/2 per month, which is 6 inches per year— — — — — —what do you die your hair with?Great revelation huh?— — — — — —What REALLY helps your hair grow ?????I understand cutting your hair in anger, i have done it a number of times, and then cried about it for weeks. I take a vitamin that is called Biotin. It is s high-potency B-Vitamin. I had one of my hair stylists tell me about them, and they really do help. You probably wo not notice it much the first month seeing as how it must get into your system but back in the middle of January i had highlights put in my hair and by the end of feburary the roots had grown out an 1 1/2. No joke. So try them and see if they work for you. You can get them at any place that sell vitamins but i usually get mine from GNC, they might cost a little more but they are better for the buy. I would suggest at the least taking 2500 mcg a day. Good luck!.— — — — — —If you put gel in your hair everyday does it ruin your hair?Eventually it will, it is a chemical. I used to use gel and hairspray all the time and my hair was rough and nasty. I have not used any of that in a couple years and my hair is beautiful now— — — — — —How to deep condition your hair?Here is a simple organic inexpensive recipe I use: 1. Crack a raw egg into a small bowl. 2. Add 2 tbsp, of olive oil as well 3. Blend the two together with a fork for about 1 minute. 4. Massage treatment into your scalp and saturate your hair with the mixture. 5.Place a plastic shower cap on your hair for 15 minutes 6. Rinse in cool water thoroughly (Do not use Hot water) Deep conditioners add protein to repair your hair, Eggs are a rich source of protein that works well.
What Is Preventing the Solar Energy and Other Renewables to Replace the Oil?
What Is Preventing the Solar Energy and Other Renewables to Replace the Oil?
Solar energy and other renewables do not return the energy invested compared with fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are also portable-they have lots of energy and they can be transported. Not true of solar or wind, which are site specific and have to be part of an electrical grid. There's also the fact that the oil and coal still sitting underground is worth trillions to the oil companies, and the people who run those companies get rich from the status quo1. what is the most common and renewable energy sources?solar energy or w can use water as hydropowr2. Do solar energy panels for your home make sense?I looked into it once, just for the hell of it. I assumed the sun would shine 12 hours every day, which it does not in this part of the world.I assumed no maintenance cost. The pay-back was about 20 years.In all the companies I have worked for, if the pay-back on a project is over 4 years, it has no chance. The payback depends on the cost of electricity from the local supplier, the maintenance cost, the amount and intensity of sunlight and the installed cost of panels. This is all constantly changing. As the situation stands now, I would rather invest my money in lottery tickets or better still buy good stocks.3. What kind of fuel is the most used one for generating energy?We rely mainly on coal, nuclear, natural gas, hydroelectric, and petroleum power and a small amount from solar energy, tidal harnesses, wind generators, and geothermal sources. 80% of the world's energy consumption is in fossil fuels -- coal, oil and natural gas. Coal is still "king" right now at almost 50% of the US energy needs. Oil is a modest second. .4. How much do you know about solar energy?enough to know it's not the way to go for the future. I also know enough not to count wikipedia as a reliable resource. I firmly believe that nuclear is going to be the common source of power in the future.5. How is solar energy stored for later use?I have a solar panel system installed by a team called cotterill civils from birmingham, the midlands. If you need understand more about it, i would see there site as it has an informational6. Solar Energy | Save & Learn More with ChooseEnergy®The United States is on track to top 3 million solar PV installations this year, adding 1 million photovoltaic panels in just two years, according to a study by Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the Solar Energy Industries Association. The number will exceed 4 million in 2023, the study says. It took more than 40 years for the first million installations. "The rapid growth in the solar industry has completely reshaped the energy conversation in this country," said Abigail Ross Hopper, SEIA president and CEO, in a press release announcing the study. The 2.7 million solar systems installed through September 2020 have the capacity to generate nearly 89 gigawatts of electricity. The solar industry employs about 250,000 Americans, the SEIA says. The expansion of solar is part of a growing movement toward renewable energy. Green energy made up 22.5 percent of all electricity generated in the country in 2020, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Solar energy was responsible for about 14.7 percent of the green energy generated.7. can solar energy generate electricity in a home alone? what is needed?.?Adequate #of Solar Panels Adequate #of Storage Batteries Battery Charge Controller System load management Controller Mounting and wiring equipment Gas or Diesel Generator (Properly sized) I would figure on spending around $30,000-$40,000 for a decent system. This system will not give you air conditioning or heat, but will probably be adequate for a small homes other electrical, with some inconveniences at times. There are many companies offering these on the Internet. Some of them have forms and calculations for sizing all the equipment based on your location. You are not in a very good area because of a lot of rain, so diesel will need to run a lot. The most important thing in sizing system is to be accurate in listing ALL appliances electrical loads you have and how many hours/day they operate.
What Matches This Formal Dress?
What Matches This Formal Dress?
straight hair silver jewerly..and really try to find silver shoes because they would definatly look best..have fun!1. Great hairstyle for a teen girl with long straight hair?cornrows,twist,braids in the front up in ponytail,french braids,you can even cover the eye when it is out Im an hairstylist2. My hair is outrageously curly and frizzy, help!?Your hair texture changes as you age due to hormones. The stylists will recommend a keratin treatment - this contains formaldehyde, which is carcinogenic. Do not believe them if they say it is formaldehyde-free or chemical-free, or that XYZ brand is 'safe' - the process requires formaldehyde to set the keratin, and the heat changes some ingredients to formaldehyde gas. If the stylist needs a mask in order to put it on you, it's toxic. Some women have also had all their hair fall out from keratin treatments. Curly hair needs different techniques to straight hair to maintain - you are more than your hair, but working with your hair's natural texture is easier than working against it.3. what is better [natural] curly or straight hair?Curly. And I dispute most of the thing you said that you can not do with it. Sure, it's not the same as with the straight, but it's not impossible. As for myself, I have had bangs, and well, duh you can not brush it without frizzing, you are separating the individual strands. And I find it entertaining to try new hair styles and ways of pinning hair up, far more than just putting gel in. Sounds to me like learning more about curly hair would solve most of your problems with4. What's IN and what's OUT?Skinny headbands-IN :) Mascarra- in Lip Gloss- neither Black nailpolish- in Red nailpolish- out Messy bun- in High ponytail- in Juicy Couture sweatshirts- out Juicy Couture sweatpants- in UGG Australia boots- in but working its way out Coach sneakers- out The North Face sweatshirts- in True Religion Jeans- neither Abercrombie & Fitch- out Hollister Co.- in Aeropostale- in American Eagle- in Forever 21- in Lacoste- out Ralph Lauren- ehh kind of both Old Navy- in The Gap- out iPhone- out Skinny jeans- in Bootcut jeans- out Ripped jeans- in Open toed heals- in Pumps- in Betsy Johnson-out Lily Pulitzer-in Tommy Hilfigure-out Gossip Girl-in The Hills-out The City-out Britney Spears-in Lady Gaga-in Rihanna-in Chris Brown-OUTOUTOUT Jonas Brothers-in Miley Cyrus-in Demi Lovato-in Selena Gomez-in Disney Chanel-in Pearl earings-in Diamond earings-in Curly hair-in Straight hair-in Short hair-in Shoulder length hair-out Front bangs-in Side bangs-in Red lipstick-out Mini skirts-in Aviators-in Raybans-out Oversized sunglasses-neither Facebook-in Myspace-in5. What can i do with my straight hair?i have long straight dark brown hair i usually tease my hair to give it some volume to be cute and straiten it to make it extra straight. I also have clip in extensions that i use everyday just to make my hair less boring there purple and i put them on my bottom layer of hair, with my black under color. i hope i helped6. Is there any way to get straight hair permanently?No, there's no way whatsoever to permanently change your hair texture. All you can do it get long term treatments like chemical straightening. But even that grows out and your roots will be your natural texture.7. how do u curl shoulder length asian hair with a straightener?sorry ms kimchi how can you curl it with a straightener when you already have stick straight hair. Go buy a curling iron it's only $208. How to curl wiry thick and pin straight hair?Its the gene code. The dna strands tell your hair whether to be made curly or straight. It is genetics. Not "besides genetics", thats all there is9. What are cute hairstyles with NO HEAT? For straight hair?You can half of your hair up and half down. That's always cute10. my hair for the spring formal?Straight hair would look good with your dress just have some body in it do not wear it flat to your head and do not get zebra tips on your nails that does not go with that dress. TRUST ME..Get a french manicure or get your nails polished the same color as the dress
Why Does an Air Conditioner Sometimes Take so Much Time to Cool a Room?
Why Does an Air Conditioner Sometimes Take so Much Time to Cool a Room?
In one word "capacity".Capacity" in relation to air conditioners is a measure of how fast they can transfer heat from inside the room to outside.Every room presents a "heat load" This is a combination of:The size of the roomThe temperature difference between inside the room versus outside the roomThe type of insulation / insulating materials between the room and outside the roomThe orientation of the room with respect to the sunThe number and type of windows and window dressings (awnings / curtains etc)The number of occupantsOther sources of heat including lights, devices such as televisions, computersAs your air conditioner extracts heat from the room, additional heat is being added to the room both from outside the room and from sources of heat within the room.If your room is eventually cooling down but takes a long time, that suggests that the capacity of the air conditioner is greater than the heat load, but not by much. In other words, you have little spare capacity.Your options to improve the situation are:Reduce the room's heat load. Things like covering windows with external shade, internal thermal curtains, better ceiling insulation etc. Ensure that the air conditioner is able to run effectively, with as much capacity as possible. Things like ensuring the indoor units filters are clean, ensuring both the indoor and outdoor coils are clean, checking that indoor and outdoor fans are all operational.If you have done everything possible to reduce the heat load and maximise the effectiveness of your air conditioner and it still takes too long to cool your room, another option is to turn it on earlier, so there is less heat to remove from the room, or leave it on at a higher setpoint, again to reduce the amount of heat the air conditioner has to remove before you feel comfortable. The last option is to replace your air conditioner with a unit with a greater cooling capacity. Obviously this is the most expensive option. It is also the reason why when choosing an air conditioner in the first place, getting the correct capacity is so important. Professionals will perform a heat load calculation to work out the capacity of cooling required. As you can see, getting this right is very important to avoid these sorts of situations from occurring in the first place..1. can you put an air conditioner in a room within a room?No because you will not be able to use the other room, nor the AC will work efficiently,and the performance of your AC will gradually reduce in a short span of time, due to lack of fresh air flow which the other half of your needs to discharge th heat collected from AC room. Butter get raid of your window type, go in for split AC.2. why does my air conditioner make my room smell like a locker room?Usually your air conditioner has a filter. Take the filter out and soak it in a solution (50/50) 4 cups vinegar /4 cups water, then throw a little baking soda (1/4 cup) Soak for 3-4 hours, let it dry in the sun. This should take the moldly, mildew smell out. If it does not , you may need to buy a new filter. Good luck!3. I have to install an air conditioner but the outlet has a round hole and 2 horizontal slots underneath?The more correct way is to find an outlet that fits your a/c. Are you trying to hook a 110 to a 220 outlet? Even so you can change the outlet to match your power cord. Shut off the breaker that feeds this outlet and swap it out. If going from 220 to 110, just cap off the extra 110 feed wire and fold it up in the box. Use the remaining wires on the new outlet4. Dorms and cooling question, Evaporative (swamp) or air conditioner?You definitely need an air conditioner because, like you said, we do not have very many humid days. I have had friends buy swamp coolers because they are trying to save a buck and they end up having to buy an a/c.5. Air conditioner btu rating needed for 1500 sq ft home-need opinions?to top length an AC equipment call a qualified HVAC contractor and characteristic them carry out a warmth/COOLING analysis. which will furnish the coolest length required. employing sq. pictures on my own is not the magnificent thank you to length.
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