Beauty Around the World
Lionesse.us is scheduled to come up with “Folk Beauty Tips”, an exciting article from Lionesse that celebrates some of the traditional beauty ideas that can actually work wonders in making you look beautiful. These traditional beauty tips have actually passed the test of time and have helped your mom and her mom and her mom’s mom over the years. Find out which of these can stand out against modern day science and still offer you that beautiful look using age-old tips and tricks.
Lionesse is extremely excited about an article titled “Beauty Tips from Around the World” that shall appear on Lionesse Beauty Bar.org. When it comes to beauty, every culture and every civilization has its own tips and tricks that work wonders in making one look and feel beautiful. Lionesse has collected beauty tips and information from all over around the world to showcase beauty secrets of women from different parts of the world. This article uncovers all these secrets and lets you recreate these exciting ideas at home.
Lionesse Beauty Bar.net is all set to post an article titled “Bizzare Beauty Treatments Around the World”. The world of beauty has no shortage of treatments that range from bizarre to borderline extreme. Things like bird pool facials, vampire facials, snake massages and snail facials have become popular beauty routines and have also found a long list of followers. This article from Lionesse tries to examine some of the most bizarre beauty treatments that can be found around the world.
Finally, Lionesse.net shall be posting an article titled “South Korea Plastic Surgery Trends”. Cosmetic surgery is very common in South Korea and the country is known to be the world’s busiest country when it comes to plastic surgery. Almost one out of every five women in South Korea are surgically enhanced. Over the years, South Korea has also emerged as the go-to destination for anyone wanting aesthetic perfection. Lionesse examines the plastic surgery trends of South Korea to give you a clearer picture of the kind of implications that invasive therapies tend to have.