During my first trimester, I was preoccupied with one burning thought—boy or girl? and many women were sharing instructions for at-home gender prediction tests, most involving pee.Rooted in old wives’ tales, at-home gender prediction tests range from silly to downright bizarre. Here are some that pregnant women are trying.
1. The Baking Soda Test — Put enough baking soda into a cup to cover the bottom, then pee into the cup. If the baking soda fizzes, you’re having a boy, if it doesn’t react, a girl.
2. The Cabbage Test — Cut one red cabbage into chunks, boil for 10 minutes, then set aside. Head for the bathroom, and pee into a cup. In a separate cup, mix 1 part urine with 1 part cabbage water. If the water turns pink or red, this indicates boy. If the water is purple, it’s a girl.
3. The Drano Test — Yes, I said Drano. No, I didn’t try it. Fill one glass jar wtih 2 tablespoons of Crystal Drano, a second glass jar should contain 2-3 ounces of urine. Ta
The baby boomer generation is slowly approaching the age of retirement, but for retirees who cringe at the idea of local retirement communities, shovelling snow and watching television to pass time – travelling abroad could be a great alternative.Then If you're approaching retirement age, you may be faced with the tough decision as to where you’d like to live out your golden years. As you downsize and pull together your plans, take a look at the top 10 places to retire in Canada, according to the most recent data from Statistics Canada !
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There are a billion amazing shampoos on the market, so how do you find the right one?
Shampoo can be confusing. Moisturizing, hydrating, volumizing, strengthening, smoothing, curling, oh my. How do you match the lingo on the bottle with the hair on your head? It doesn't have to be a head game if you know what you're looking for!
First you need to Define Your Scalp Type :
Before you choose shampoo it's important to know what shampoo does, how to use it, and how that relates to your hair and scalp type. Shampoo is meant to clean your hair and scalp of dirt, oil, and hair products. While it's common to think of shampoo as a hair cleansing agent, it's more important to consider your scalp when choosing a shampoo.
Then define your Hair Type & Texture:
1/ Thin or Fine Hair
If your hair is thin or fine, use lightweight, thickening or volumizing formulas that will add texture and plump up strands, while strengthening and reinforcing hair.