Let’s start with a simple question, you have haircut? Most of you will answer “Yes”. Another question … do you want to keep your hair? Most of you will answer “Yes”. So it’s been established … most of you have hair and want to keep it. There are reasons many men go for a […]
New year’s resolutions… With a full 12 months of possibilities on the horizon, most people the world over take at least a few minutes to pledge the new year into one that is infinitely better than the last. Get rich. Eat less. Sleep more. Be faster. Go to the gym. Stop smoking. Be nicer. […]
Happy hairstyle! Happy New Year! When you wake up New Year morning hope you find beneath the tree so many lovely presents you’ll be happy as can be! OH WOW ! You can make a New Year hairstyle not only on your head but also use your beard. So if you want to […]
The Independence Day of Latvia, national holiday for every Latvian in 18 November. The Independence of Latvia was proclaimed on 18 November 1918 at the Latvian National Theatre. This day in Latvia is a public holiday — public institutions and the majority of private enterprises are closed, various events take place throughout the […]
Easter Island is an isolated Polynesian island located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. Politically, Easter Island is a special territory of Chile. Easter Island is famous for the almost 900 stone statues, called moai, that are in the shape of human heads and simple bodies. These moai statues were created by the Rapanui […]
A traditional Jack-o'-lantern ( Pumpkin lantern), associated chiefly with the holiday Halloween, is typically a carved pumpkin. It is named after phenomenon of strange light flickering over peat dogs. To make a jack-o'-lantern, the top of a pumpkin is cut off and the inside flesh is scooped out, and then an image, usually a monstrous face, is carved on the outside surface. At night, a light is placed inside to illuminate the effect. If encounters with ghosts, ghouls or vampires are your idea of fun, then Halloween is probably a favorite time. Places across the globe are getting ready to scare people out of their wits -- and their money.
Līgo and Jānis day, Latvian festival! Is a Latvian festival held in the night from 23 June to 24 June to celebrate the summer solstice (Midsummer), the shortest night and longest day of the year. Celebrated throughout Latvia, Ligo Diena is the annual celebration of the Summer Solstice which marks the longest day […]
Expensive kits… These are expensive kits, made for the wealthy; not some cheap and cheesy plastic novelty items. Such luxury concedes a seriousness — a deadly seriousness. These items were made to address deep, dark, primal fears. And then, like our fears often are, they were not thrown away but stored in equally […]
Easter And Egg… Easter is probably the oldest Christian celebration aside from the Sabbath, it wasn’t always the same as what people currently think of when they look at Easter services. The earliest known observance, Pasch, occurred between the second and fourth centuries. These celebrations commemorated both Jesus’ death and his resurrection at […]
St. Patrick's Day is here, you see. We'll pick some shamrocks, one, two, three. We'll count the leaves and look them over, And maybe find a four-leafed clover. I'll sew green buttons on my vest, Green for St. Patrick is the best. I'll wear a green hat, very high, And dance a jig--at least I'll try!
Blonde, this is very aggressive creatures. American researches were curious whether hair color affected women’s nature. There were mostly interested in blondes, who received most of attention. The researchers were surprised to find out that women with fair hair were not soft-spoken princesses, but rather, very aggressive creatures. They blame men who pay […]
Halloween (also spelled Hallowe’en) is an annual holiday celebrated on October 31. But many trick-or-treaters of all ages don’t know where this holiday comes from and what it’s really all about. Halloween has origins in the ancient Gaelic festival known as Samhain, which is dervied from Old Irish and means roughly “summer’s end”. […]