Browse Month: August 2016

Great Hair With Wen by Chaz

I have a really good life, but one aspect of my beauty routine has always been frustrating, and that’s my hair. While some women have lovely, lustrous hair that styles easily, that’s something I’ve never been able to experience. My hair is very oily, and it’s hard to clean too. At times I’ve just felt stuck.
I heard about a new product called Wen hair by Chaz that had given some really good results for some people. It was developed by stylist Chaz Dean when he heard a lot of his salon clients asking for natural products that really cleansed the hair.

I got the Sweet Almond Mint scent from Guthy Renker, which smells fantastic. I used it for a week, using a whole palmful of product daily. My hair very quickly saw results with Wen by Chaz. I got compliments as my hair became lighter and more easy to style. Wow, I got hooked! I wrote about my hair adventure on bustle.com, as I’m very happy with these new way of caring for my hair.

I’m going to try some of the other Wen by Chaz scents, too. Thank you for saving my hair, Wen by Chaz!

Follow Wen hair on Twitter.

Need Wen hair? Check out the following links:

http://www.qvc.com/beauty/wen/_/N-rhtyZ1z141dz/c.html
http://www.sephora.com/healthy-hair-care-kit-P374589

 

FreedomPop Wireless Service Review

On the 24th day of March during the year of 2016, the writers at Saving Freak decided to test out FreedomPop and write a FreedomPop review about the service company. FreedomPop is a very cheap wireless network that is said to beat the prices of a regular cell phone company. Many people like to sign their kids up for this cell phone contract whenever it is their first one simply because it is so much cheaper than Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and many other cell phone companies. The people at Saving Freak decided that they would test out how this particular company compares with the other cell phone companies to see if it is truly worth the cheaper price.

The writers of this FreedomPop review go on to talk about the different plans that the company offers. This cell phone company offers many of the same talk and data plans as many of the other cell phone companies, which is a major perk. The plan that is usually advertised at FreedomPop is the free service plan. This plan offer a certain amount of calls, messages, and data. It is the very basic plan. The idea behind this plan is that people will use it, find that they really enjoy FreedomPop services, and that they will upgrade to another plan that is still very affordable. One of the other plans is the five dollar wifi service. For just five dollars each month, the phone will run off of wifi instead of cell phone towers. This is very ideal for many people because they can connect to local wifi anywhere that they go, meaning that their phone will always be usable. This is amazing considering the fact that it is only five dollars per month for this service, especially compared to the fact that my own cell phone bill with Verizon is sixty dollars for all of this. There is also an unlimited plan available, which offers FreedomPop customers endless amount of calls, messages, and data. This, again, is a major perk.

As with any product, there is always going to be a down side. The same concept goes for the FreedomPop service. Luckily, this cell phone service does not have but one not so serious downfall. Since the plan starts off free for many of their users, the company is constantly hounding people to upgrade to something simply because they want to get paid. However, this is something to be expected because of the fact that this is a business and money keeps the business running.

Regardless of the not so serious downfall, the writers at Saving Freak rated the cell phone company to be pretty good overall. It is ridiculously cheap and it is definitely worth the money. It is amazing the amount of money that can be saved just by switching to a cheaper cell phone company.

Learn more:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.freedompop.ott&hl=en

http://www.amazon.com/Freedom-Photon-Mobile-Hotspot-Black/product-reviews/B009FCGAQC

What Is Lovaganza Going To Teach The World About Culture?

A lot of people think of culture just as the things that they go to see at symphony halls or museums on Wikidot.com. They think that they can get some culture in just one visit to a place that they have never been to before, and then they will be a better person for it. The problem with that is that they are not going to know what other cultures are like because they are basically learning about their own culture. There are thousands of cultures and customs around the world that people never see because they are buried in their own world, and Lovaganza is going to show them all off.

It was first scheduled for 2015, but Lovaganza has decided to move to 2020 so that they can help the people get a chance to participate. Not enough people knew about it for it to be held in 2015, and they want to be able to do broadcasts that will show off a lot more of the culture they have found all over the world.

Read more: Lovaganza Officially Announces Dates for its Highly Anticipated Global Celebration

The cultures that are showcased are not just going to be from the main continents in one shot. There is room in Lovaganza to have every culture on a continent give a performance or do a show that shows what they are all about. Just in one small area there could be a lot of ethnic groups that all have their own customers, and history books do not teach about these things. People would have to have degrees in anthropology just to know about all these ethnic groups, but now they will be able to see them all at Lovaganza 2020.

The date in 2020 of Lovaganza is the perfect time for them to use all the entertainment technology that they have been waiting for. People will be able to watch Lovaganza on their phones, watch it at home or turn up to one of the live performances. They want to have one on every continent, and they want to show the people of Oceania, too. Lovaganza will be the best way for people to learn about culture in a festival that lasts for a couple months.

Lovaganza from J-Scott on Vimeo.