Henna paste, made from the crushed leaves of the henna plant, is used for making temporary tattoos. Uncrushed henna leaves do not stain the skin since lawsone molecules have not been released from the henna leaf.

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About one in four high school students in North America have their lip, nose, navel, tongue,eyebrow, or upper ear pierced. So what's behind this phenomenon?

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Have you ever wanted to hold your nose in the change room? Does the aroma of your hockey bag drive your Mom to distraction? Have you ever wondered what on earth makes your sports equipment smell that bad?

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You’re probably most familiar with chlorine as what you stank of for a day or two after that pool party, although there are many more up and down sides to Chlorine than you know.

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For some, acne is nothing more than this: a minor irritation that always seems to pop up at the worst times. For others, it's a constant problem that can be physically and emotionally damaging and Skincare manufacturers/advertisers have caught on.

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Cold air holds less water or humidity compared to warm air masses. So, keeping one's skin soft and moist during the winter months is often a challenge in polar countries such as Canada.

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Whether it's nice and easy, or just because you're worth it, hair dyes have been raising in popularity.

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Sunlight, the stuff that is beamed down from the big yellow circle in the sky, is composed of infrared (IR), visible and ultraviolet (UV) light. VIsible light and IR are a treat for us, but UV rays have the potential to damage our skin.

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Taking a look at your hair gel ingredient list would certainly make one wonder why there are so many additives and what they are in there for. CurioCity wondered the same thing so we decided to take a closer look into how they help style your hair.

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