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  1. The chances of you matching with a girl you liked are 50-50 (it’s way less considering the messed up algorithm and guys to girls ratio, but let’s remain motivated here). However, the real struggle starts after you get a match and get her to talk to you, be interested in you and actually agree to go on a date with you. Tough, but not impossible. © iStock Remember, first impressions do count and it can make or break your game. Here is how you should actually be breaking the ice with your match on a dating app to increase your odds from 50-50 at least 69%. 1. Replace Heys And Hellos With Something Creative © iStock This is one very simple and unique way to break the ice. You could simply text her ‘hey, interesting name. What does it mean?” That is, of course, her name isn’t too common and has an obvious meaning. In that case, you can ask her if she is named after someone. She would get excited to tell you the story of how she was named and you can take the convo further. 3. If She’s A Pet Mom... © iStock There are profiles where you don’t find anything substantial or worthy of a conversation starter, but she’s cute and you need to impress her with your words. Don’t get all creepy complimenting her body or boring saying she looks beautiful. She will just say thanks and you’re stuck again. Instead, look for other things in her photos and talk about that. Shoot a question about where she is posing (works for travel pictures) or pay attention to her room to talk about anything you can find interesting. 5. Make Her Giggle With Original Jokes View the full article
  2. Just when we thought the pandemic is about to take a backseat now, finally, it became clear that things aren't nearly close to being normal yet. All our dreams of getting drunk in cheap bars and attending shady clubs with free shots will have to wait, but what really suffers is our day to day, practical life. For example, we still can't visit salons without being concerned about the potential repercussions. via GIPHY But just like the human race has survived countless catastrophic events, this time is no different, and home salon services came up as a blessing. Yes we may be in the middle of a pandemic but how on earth does that justify having continuous bad hair days? via GIPHY As glad as we are that we're surviving at an age when home salon services are a thing, there are a few things that we need to be careful about, to not convert that into a risky little affair. Here are 3 things to strictly not do when you've called a salon service home for a haircut/shave/massage. via GIPHY 1. Let's start with 'not sanitizing them at the doorstep'. Yes, promises of safety are made everywhere, but does it mean you should stop being careful? Nope. Please keep two things ready - a bottle of hand sanitizer and a bottle of spray on sanitizer. via GIPHY Ask them to sanitize their hands, and use the spray on sanitizer on the surface of their shoes and other stuff they are about to carry in. Mostly, we can trust service providers with being safe, but please do keep in mind that they are also, at the end of the day, humans. Take responsibility for your own safety, especially if you have children and elderly people living in the same house. via GIPHY 2. The second point may be a bit tricky to understand, but please bear with us. When they enter and ask you to show them the place where the haircut will take place, please don't just let them be. By that we mean, help them set it up. via GIPHY Show them where the chair will be, which direction it will face, where to keep the mirror so that you can clearly see the haircut being executed just like in a salon, whether there is ample lighting, whether the plug point is close enough for them to comfortably use their appliances etc. Sounds like basic courtesy? Yes, but doing this is extremely important as not paying attention to any of these things can result in a horrible haircut, and that would be all on you. (I have a friend who legit cried after a home haircut. He's 30.) via GIPHY 3. Gloves are a safety measure, for sure, but do insist them to remove them and wash their hands instead, properly. The reason is, most salon personnel in India are used to not wearing gloves, and they have had to just get used to them in a very small amount of time because of the pandemic. via GIPHY During something as tricky as giving someone a haircut or a shave, dexterity is of paramount importance. Every move, every glide counts and it only makes sense for you to let them be as comfortable as possible while at it. Also, if there is a head massage or eyebrow threading included, they will have to get rid of their gloves midway anyway. So, it just makes sense for you to be prepared, cooperate with them, and let them be comfortable to get the best out of it. via GIPHY Another thing that you should be careful about is to make prior cleaning arrangements depending on whether the salon personnel is carrying a portable vacuum cleaner or not. If they aren't, and you don't have one either, it always makes sense to put down old newspapers or sheets that can be discarded along with all the hair. A bit of prior planning can make the whole experience extremely hassle-free for you! View the full article
  3. Most of us have been staying at home for over six months now. In the Winter season, it's easy to fall into a routine of not showering every day or not taking care of your skin at all. Unfortunately, this self-inflicted grooming neglect will start to show very soon in the form of these factors: 1. Dry, Scaly Hands © iStock There is no bigger turnoff than shaking hands with someone who has extremely dry and scaly hands. Hands get rough and cracked easily in the Winter season. In fact, amid the pandemic, the constant use of soap and sanitiser can make them dry even more quickly. This is why it's important to buy a hand cream with your monthly sanitiser purchase. Use the hand cream daily to make sure your hands are adequately moisturised. __ECOMPRODUCT__781__ 2. Dark Eye CirclesEye bags usually indicate that you slept badly the night before or the signs of ageing have already started hitting you. A simple solution is a concealer that suits your skin tone. A BB cream would do the job as well. In the long term, you're looking at investing in a good under eye serum. __ECOMPRODUCT__925__ 3. Dry & Frizzy HairIf you have frizzy and dry hair, it means that even if you're using a shampoo and conditioner either they're not right for you or you're not using them in the designated proportions. Find a pair that matches your hair type and perhaps start a hair care routine that involves oiling your hair as well. __ECOMPRODUCT__926__ 4. Dandruff View the full article
  4. LEFT: Actor Stephen Fry arrives for the American Theatre Wing's 68th annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York, US, June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/Files; RIGHT: Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai participates in the Oslo Summit on Education for Development at Oslo Plaza, Norway, July 7, 2015. REUTERS/Vegard Wivestad Grott/NTB Scanpix/Files Pakistani Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai recently posted an admirable exchange on Twitter with English author and activist Stephen Fry, wherein she offered to give him a tour of her university. Fry, who is also an actor and comedian, shared a new article ? detailing Apple's partnership with Malala for underprivileged girls' education ? and said he considered her to be "an inspiration". However, the writer did not seem to like Malala's "choice of university". "Shame about her choice of university, but every diamond has one small flaw ? it only emphasises its quality," he tweeted. The writer said he "had the honour of meeting Malala at a @gatesfoundation event in New York last year". To this, Malala responded with an expression of gratitude, saying "no one is perfect" and offering Fry "a tour of Oxford so you can see what you've missed".
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