Hydrea Bamboo Head Band-Wrap : Love love love this

first_img Best one i have ever use however not the cheapest. I would say worth the money though. Best head band i have ever had, fits perfectly and holds the hair back as it should. I purchased one of these some time ago and have come back again. Makes me want to wear it all the time. Its a little too tight to wear all day though (believe me i’ve tried) but i see that as a good thing because it means it’ll stay tight for longer. My last head band (different brand) got way too loose after not very long of using it so i’m happy with this product. Would recommend and buy again. Really easy to use and super soft. Only thing is that it is rather tight (and i don’t have that big a head) but after stretched sometimes it gets better although still slightly tight. Really like this product – good quality. Perfect for ladies gents who like doing home facials. I have tried several make-up head band but this is the best one. Although it’s not the cheapest, it’s worth it. Great to use for keeping hair back when washing face and applying make-up. A little pricey compared to others on the market but it’s of good quality so that is fine. Soft, comfortable head band wrap. This is a nice fit, not too tight and not to big. Keeps hair from my face when i’m having facials or when i’m doing my make up. Will definitely buy again when i need to. Love love love thisSoft, comfortable head band wrapThat’s what I wantedHydrea Bamboo Head Band-WrapFully adjustableMade from soft bamboo fabricNaturally anti-bacterial and anti-fungalHypo-allergenicMachine Washablelast_img read more

Bing and Google: Users Are Willing to Try New Things

first_imgRelated Posts As Rich Devine from ZAAZ points out in the Compete post, some of the early curiosity around Bing was surely driven by Microsoft’s marketing campaign around the service. The data, however, also shows that quite a few users are willing to look at alternatives to their favorite search engines.Not a Typical Week for SearchWe have to note, though, that the last week of June was not a typical week for search engines, as the death’s of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett drove more users to search engines, and this brought Bing’s audience to over 27 million, up from 21 million in the week right after its launch. As of now, Google’s users aren’t running away from the service and making Bing their exclusive search engine, and neither are Bing’s users completely loyal to their service. In terms of its overall audience, Bing is also still small compared to Google, but this data shows that users might be more willing to explore alternatives than we used to think. frederic lardinois A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#news#search#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting According to the latest data from Compete, Bing, Microsoft’s new search engine, is still going strong, though even a month after its launch, the majority of Bing’s users still switches back and forth between Google and Bing. About 66% of Bing’s users also use Google search, and this number has held steady over the last few weeks. 30% of Bing’s users also use Yahoo Search, and about 4% use AOL Search. The most interesting aspect of this report, however, is that Google’s users seem to be far more interested in trying out a new search engine than users of other services.Users are Willing to Experiment, But Don’t Switch Completely Maybe this is not a bad thing. Bing clearly excels in some area (travel, health, and shopping, for example) and can easily compete head-to-head with Google when it comes to standard web searches. At the same time, Google’s virtual monopoly position in the search arena (even if it’s a natural one) wasn’t likely to go unchallenged, and wasn’t likely to pan out in a positive way for consumers. Now, if we trust these results from Compete’s analysis, more users are using a larger variety of search engines instead of just relying solely on Google, which can only be a good thing. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

After Effects Video Tutorial: Looping Expression

first_imgLooping animations in After Effects is incredibly easy with the loopOut expression.If you’ve ever had to create a repetitive movement in After Effects than you’ve probably gone through the painstaking process of copying and pasting keyframes so that they line up perfectly. This technique works but it certainly isn’t ideal. As with most techniques in After Effects, loops can be created much easier using a simple expression: loopOut()The loopOut() expression works by taking all of the keyframes in your currently selected layer and creating an automatic loop. Once the last keyframe is played the animation will automatically begin again. In short, your keyframes will loop forever.With the loopOut() expression you also have the option to use two modifiers: cycle and pingpong. Cycle is the loopOut() expression’s default. It simply loops the keyframes indefinitely. The pingpong modifier on the other hand will play the loop then backtrack to the beginning of the loop and on and on it goes. You can use the pingpong modifier by using loopOut(‘pingpong’) instead of loopOut().Cycle:loopOut()Ping-Pong:loopOut(“pingpong”)In the following video tutorial by RiverCityGraphix you’ll learn how to use the loopOut() expression in After Effects. It is a very easy concept to understand and once you get it down you’ll likely find yourself using it all the time.This video was created and shared by RiverCityGraphix on their YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing guys!Have any tips for using the loopOut() expression?Share in the comments below.last_img read more