We take them for granted and barely give them a second thought – unless something goes wrong and they cause us pain or discomfort. What are they? We are talking about your feet, a pair of the most essential, truly hardworking extremities found in the lowest part of the human body.
“I’m getting married in the morning” (or afternoon or evening), “Ding dong, the bells are gonna chime”, and “spruced up and lookin’ in me prime” are all memorable, catchy lines or lyrics as they appear in the iconic song that featured prominently in the renowned musical show: My Fair Lady.
According to a popular saying, your eyes are the windows to your soul. If so, then one may conclude that the eyebrows are the frames of the windows. Indeed, their form either enhances the eyes and their shapes, or alternatively, may detract from their aesthetic appeal and balance. A single pair of eyes may have markedly different shapes, but by shaping brows identically, such variations are minimised.
When one hears the word “reflex”, an automatic, involuntary action automatically comes to mind, correctly so in most instances. However, the practice of a supplementary and complementary therapy with ancient origins, reflexology, involves far more than a mere automatic reflex in response to an action or condition.
Of all the days of her life, there is one particular day when a girl wants to look and feel her very best. It is her eagerly anticipated wedding day, the day upon which she wishes to wow her groom, family and loved ones, special friends, and other invited guests with every aspect of a radiant appearance and glowing complexion, enhanced by subtle, suitable make-up.