K’ryssma® Natural Looking Yaki Straight Wigs – omg it’s amazing I love love love it

first_img Very long and very soft for first three days then soon after began to tangle and i couldn’t run my fingers through it,it fits my head well, it’s very thicknatural looking parting. Be warned this is a lot of hair but it’s lovely and very versatile. I often wear this out or in braid and the hair always receives compliments. Very pleased with this purchase. Great quality and looks really natural. The hair was exactly as i had expected, although i have not used it as yet, extremely full and longer than k had expected but looks great. It really nice but it was too big for me it really beautiful. Customer service from tc hair is great, just to let you know, you get all information about delivery promptly when it has been dispatched, very friendly, very helpful. It tangles after a while of wearing but definitely not as bad as some other brands with bone straight hair, use low heat occasionally to make the ends more flowy, this wig though it’s a medium it struggles to fit, only after a little while of use and washing and letting it dry on my head did it stretch out. Ps: i do not sleep in my wigs, if you do make sure to always put it up and in something that will prevent friction. Now this wig is true to it’s length it is long it is big, it is pretty, you will be noticed and you will look glamorous, it is very versatile, i was able to fit my head after it stretched out a little, easy to comb out, if you leave your hair out it is easy to make it blend, in the picture i did leave my hair out, i did turn mine into a u-part (don’t do this unless you won’t be mad at anyone but yourself if it goes wrong, one of the pictures show it as when i made it into a u-part) always have two of the same wigs when you want to experiment. You can shift it to the side to have a deep side part, this wig won’t fly of your head, if you feel like it might, use bobby pins, but i’m never worried about that happening, it looks awesome put into a low pony tail. Very good quality for the price. I love this wig thick full natural vavavoom. Does not shed really good quality so glad i made up my mind to buy this wig. The only gripe that i have about this wig is the size is to small for my head. Now it does say medium which i thought medium would be the correct size for me obviously not, but it still seems small even for a medium in my opinion. I can’t really where it on my hairline but that’s all right with me it blends well with my own hair so the cap fits a little better leaving some hair out. That’s the way i would have worn it any way. Seller was fantastic very professional emailed me regarding my parcel on when it would arrive day time estimate etc any problems let them no would be happy to help. Now that’s customer service. I was very worried when i ordered this that it would look really cheap and tangle. But omg it’s amazing i love love love it. It’s very long, soft doesn’t have any smell. Love the natural look as it matches my hair type but i have to dye my hair black. It doesn’t tangle much but i am so happy with my purchase. I will definitely be buying from this seller in the future. It’s full but not to big a very realistic amount of hair. It curls and straightens very nicely. And i braided it left it over night and went back to its similar appearance when it was purchased. This wig is a good look it looks like blown out natural afro hair i cut the front off down to the first slide the same with the sides so that i can leave the front of my hair out and it looks perfect. It can get a bit tangled if you are wearing out but it is easy to comb through. If you are planning on wearing it out as a full wig all the time you might want to thin it but as a half wig it looks good and is glamorous enough to be worn on a night out. Natural soft doesn’t get tangled and just looks and feels amazing. The cap was small for my head however and also the inner hair combs that attach to your head broke hence the 4 star. I recommend this hair as price is decent for an amazing quality people it blends with hair very easily and omg.It is soft looks so damm natural. I love dit up until the combs broke so unfortunately had to return mine as was not happy with the fact that combs broke so quickly. Ordering a new one but honestly this is beautiful and if i could add images lordy guys. Quick delivery – arrived within 4 days. It’s a good purchase for the price. You might not like it if you like a deep part because the lace frontal (going backwards to where the hair wefts start) is really small. Also, i straightened mine because i didn’t like the bulkyness of the kinky look at 140 degrees and it held up. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2018-06-15 17:17:55Reviewed Item K’ryssma® Natural Looking Black Yaki Straight Wigs for African Americans Soft Synthetic Hair Best Lace Front Wig with Baby Hair High Quality Heat Resistant Fiber 22 inchesRating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  21  reviewsPrice£45.98 Great wig it’s way better than my first of. I love it it does tangle and shade a little but overall you it’s nice hair. Seriously this hair gave me shine on my first night out wearing it. Unexpectedly soft, feels and looks natural. Will be ordering again soon. Very nice wig, blends well and is soft. It tangles but not as much as the beauty supply store hair. If you look after it, it can last a long while. Will purchase another one soon. Ps i cut the wig it was very full and long felt like a lion 😂. Amazing lace wig, looks fantastic on and so natural, fits perfect, quality wig at a bargain price, fast delivery, excellent service very highly recommended. Reviews from purchasers :Quality full lace wigNice big realistic looking wigIt’s a good purchase for the pricelast_img read more

Watch Out, Television: Pinterest Wants To Pin Down Your Ad Dollars

first_imgThe Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Tags:#“We’re Moving In#A&E Networks#DIY#e-commerce#FYI Network#online advertising#Pinterest#visual web Related Posts Pinterest is making the leap from the computer screen to the small screen—and television networks may not know what’s coming for them.The image-sharing site, which people use to search and discover objects of interest they can’t name or didn’t know they wanted, is revving up its advertising products at the same time it has struck its first notable placement in a TV show.It’s not the first social network to explore partnerships with television shows. But where Twitter and Facebook have sought a role in news and live events to cement their centrality in information sharing, Pinterest may be able to make serious bank on its TV placements. In the long run, if it’s successful, it may steal business from the TV networks it’s partnering with.Pinterest And TV—A Not-So-Odd CoupleFYI, a channel owned by A&E Networks—which you may recognize as the home of Storage Wars and Duck Dynasty—is creating a Pinterest TV series, “We’re Moving In.” While Pinterest is the inspiration for the project, it isn’t a formal partnership as much as a use of Pinterest to which the social network has given its blessing. (Say Media, which owns ReadWrite, operates Biography.com and LifetimeMoms in partnership with A&E.)On “We’re Moving In,” blended families, married couples, and roommates turn to Pinterest to plan and design new spaces together. They’ll take virtual inspiration to hardware and home-decor stores, and turn a collaborative Pinterest board into reality. “Pinterest is a visual discovery tool people use to find the things they love and go do those things in real life,” said Everett Katigbak, a brand manager at Pinterest, in FYI’s announcement. “‘We’re Moving In’ is a creative look at people taking that mission offline.”Let’s Take It Offline (And Go Shopping)That statement suggests that online activity on Pinterest—pinning images of objects to boards and sharing them—somehow stands apart from offline activities. Of course it doesn’t—if anything, Katigbak is being strategically modest.Pinterest just launched a new phase of its business, with a paid test of Promoted Pins. Gap, Lululemon, Kraft and other prominent brands are participating, paying Pinterest to expose relevant pins to a broader set of users.Big brands have traditionally advertised on television, a proven way of driving consumers into stores to buy things. But as Google showed, it’s far easier to establish a connection between someone searching for an object, seeing an ad online, and clicking to purchase it. That accountability is a big part of what has driven billions and billions of dollars of advertising Google’s way.Pinterest can now do something Google can’t: Connecting consumers who have some notion of what they’re looking for but can’t name it in a set of keywords with an advertiser’s product.Television executives have long dreamed of a click-to-buy button: See something on a popular TV show, click a button on your remote, and get it shipped to your home. Aside from home-shopping channels, that’s never really worked out.Imagine, though, if every show about home improvement, gardening, crafting and fashion had a corresponding pinboard on Pinterest. (This is not a stretch: Manyalready do.) Pinterest could be the place where consumers go to find all the items they see online—and it could take the lion’s share of advertising dollars associated with driving those purchases.Twitter and Facebook have stumbled trying to establish a similar link. Most social commerce efforts don’t work because people want to connect with friends or celebrities, not buy things. But as a leader in the Visual Web, Pinterest is a very different beast from most social networks.The Trojan HorseIt’s no surprise that people aren’t talking up this scenario. Pinterest has never stopped surprising the technology industry. It was the network nobody “got.” In 2012, it became the fastest-growing social network ever, simply because it appealed to an extremely underserved audience in social media: middle-aged, middle-American moms. Maybe app inventors don’t consider them to be early adopters, but they have a lot of purchasing power. See also: Mindboggling Facts That Will Make You Care About PinterestThe community has expanded significantly from that original audience, but Pinterest’s heartland remains the Midwest. Eighty percent of users are still women. Pinterest’s most popular topics are crafts and recipes. And those just happen to be the kind of people who A&E and other networks target for advertiser-friendly shopping shows.Pinterest’s TV EdgeThere’s been lotsoftalk about partnerships between social media and TV, but not much in terms of concrete business results.In a time when the Internet allows for instant interactivity, TV producers have been looking to social media to add a sense of community to TV. But so far, with Facebook and Twitter, it’s all about joining a conversation. When TV shows share Twitter hashtags or Facebook fan pages, they’re not adding to the conversation—they’re simply moving it somewhere else. Unlike most social networks, though, Pinterest is about actual things, not nebulous socializing, which gives the producers physical objects to show on TV. This is an edge unique to the Visual Web. “We’re Moving In” has the potential to let viewers visit the show’s actual pinboards and follow along in a meaningful way. TV has never had a “click to buy” option as effortless and seamless as the Internet’s. Pinterest could be that missing link. Imagine this: viewers watch an episode of “We’re Moving In,” and follow the episode’s pinboard. From there they have a direct line to respond to it—or click to instantly acquire anything they just saw. Pinterest could be the missing link between TV advertisements and viewer purchases. And like Google, it could capture a large part of the advertising business connected with this commerce.The fact that Pinterest is about objects to begin with has made it attractive to brands, which drive an estimated 30 percent of the network’s total traffic is driven by brands, who generally consider the site to be the Internet’s gift to Web commerce.Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Pinterest has just begun offering Promoted Pins, opening up paid advertising for a very small set of approved advertisers. And it has just recently started hiring salespeople—whom it delicately calls “partner managers.”Still, Pinterest has an intriguing opportunity ahead of it with television. It may need to come up with a clever way to split TV-driven revenues with the networks, or show that it can drive large audiences back to television. “We’re Moving In” is an experiment for a reason.And if TV-driven pins take off? It wouldn’t be the first time the social network has surprised us.   lauren orsinicenter_img Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verificationlast_img read more

Bajaj Auto’s Pulsar 200NS gives a hard time to its rivals

first_imgBajaj Auto’s Pulsar 200NS has been dominating online biker communities since the Pune-based company first unveiled its product in early 2012.Packed with power and design, the motorcycle has given its rivals a hard time not just with regards to performance but with an incredibly alluring pricetag.The Pulsar 200NS, which has the world’s first triple-sparkplug technology, is powered by a liquid-cooled single cylinder 4-valve SOHC 199.5cc engine.According to reports, the motor pumps out 23.52PS of power at 9,500rpm and 18.3Nm of torque at 8000rpm. The new Pulsar, with a large 33mm carburetor and new 6-speed gearbox, is capable of reaching 100km/h from a standstill in less than 10 seconds and can reach speeds in excess of 140km/h.Weighing 145kg, this machine from the Bajaj Auto has most of its mass concentrated at the centre presenting the bike with superb handling and cornering abilites.While launching the new motorcycle model in the beginning of the year, Bajaj Auto in a statement had stated, “A little more than 10 years since the original Pulsar was launched, Bajaj Auto on Thursday unveiled the next gen Pulsar 200NS. This new Pulsar is all set to re-define motorcycling technology and design as much as the original Pulsar did way back in 2001.”The new Pulsar boasts of having a 200 cc gasoline engine while its chassis comprises a pressed steel perimeter frame and a rectangular tube section swing arm delivering over three times the lateral stiffness of a P220 frame.The Bajaj Pulsar 200 naked sport or NS was launched in Pune with an ex-showroom price of Rs 84,096. The 200 cc bike is available in various cities of Maharashtra from last month and will reach out to the consumers nationally from August onwards, a senior Bajaj Executive had confirmed.advertisement-With agency inputslast_img read more

Owner Abramovich still passionate about Chelsea, says David Luiz

first_imgChelsea owner Roman Abramovich is still passionate about the Premier League club and tries his best to be involved on a daily basis despite his long-term absence at Stamford Bridge, defender David Luiz has said.Russian billionaire Abramovich ran into problems renewing his British visa last year amid tensions between the two countries and he has not been seen at Chelsea’s matches this season.British media reports indicated Abramovich had grown weary and even looked to sell the club but Luiz said the 52-year-old had not lost his hunger for success after speaking with him prior to renewing his Chelsea contract last week.”I had the opportunity to talk with him last week to decide my future,” Luiz told The Daily Mail. “He loves the club and everything that is inside the club, not just the people. He wants to win everything, he wants to do more.”It’s difficult for him, he has been away but his heart is here. He tries to be involved every single day. He’s still really passionate for the club. He has the same hunger, thinking about winning. He doesn’t want to lose energy.”He’s the one who built Chelsea – everything at Chelsea changed because of him. The results speak for themselves, 15 trophies in 15 years.”Chelsea finished third under Maurizio Sarri to return to the Champions League and Luiz said the London club has exceeded pre-season expectations as they look to finish the campaign with a Europa League trophy when they face Arsenal in Baku on May 29.advertisement”We did amazing, especially with the first year for a new coach,” Luiz said. “Nobody expected Chelsea to finish third. Everybody thought we were going to be out of the Champions League.”We’re fighting for the Europa League and we lost the League Cup on penalties, a competition where we beat Liverpool and Tottenham and were the better side against Manchester City in the final.”Also Read | Antoine Griezmann confirms Atletico Madrid exit amid rumours of Barcelona moveAlso Read | Brazilian court upholds seizure of Ronaldinho’s passportAlso Seelast_img read more