I’m going to try Wen By Chaz

If you are not familiar with Emily she is a beauty blogger over at bustle who recently received a ton of criticism after giving Wen By Chaz Dean [see:http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html] a try for 7 days on her hair.
Wen By Chaz is a product that has been heavily advertised by Sephora and has often been scrutinized because many have complained the product has given them issues.

Emily wanted to put the rumors to rest and not only tried the product for 7 days but tried the product and also included pictures of her as she tried the new product.

After trying WEN for 7 days she admitted that her hair was more fuller and shinier than ever before. I was really impressed.

If you have never heard of Wen By Chaz Dean I am willing to bet you probably have and just didn’t realize it.  It a dream come true for most women who have for years struggled with finding a good hair care system that actually works and works well.

First time I’ve ever read an article that has me convinced I should give this Ebay available product a try.

Qnet and Sharp Working together So we can all Breathe Clean Air

Qnet and Sharp a match made in Heaven

In 1998 Vijay Eswaran and Joseph Bismark had an idea and that was to form a company that offers a variety of products that are in demand in the 21st century. But not just any products for the important demands of profits, but products that make a difference in a the life of human beings world wide, and for people who are individuals as well as members of families. I am impressed by Qnet. Qnet started with a product that is in demand internationally and this product was a coin. Specifically, numismatic coins and appropriately they soon after begin selling luxury jewelry and watches, all of which are items of value earth wide. Now today, 16 years later Qnet has parlayed from the utility of one product line to expand into being providers of a variety of in demand products which include, energy and power, dietary supplements, to help with the epidemic of obesity, luxury goods, and fashion accessories. In my view, it is their personal, health and home care products, that are about to make a change that will not be forgotten, and are already making a difference in the lives of individuals and families world wide. Enter Sharp corporation and the patented Sharp Plasmacluster

What is a Sharp Plasmacluster?

A Sharp Plasmacluster is a product designed for a polluted environments. No matter what part of the world a person may be in, or no matter what part of the world a person may be below or above and beyond in, the PlasmaCluster has a market, and this Sharp Qnet product is growing in demand. It is a product that is needed by all in an industrial world. The Sharp Plasmacluster is a air purifier for interior environments. It is a health and wellness product, which the partners at Sharp and Qnet know can provide a basic ingredient for health and well being and this is clean air. I know, and most people know that clean air and water is becoming a rare commodity, so this is why I am sure that the Sharp Plasmacluster will serve its intended purpose.

Clean Air Clean Water

In my world, and in your world, in the world where all human beings live, Clean Water and Clean Air, are the basic rudiments of existence. Clean air and water comes even before food, although I know none of use will get along without food either. But that is third in line. The order – the natural order of life first starts with air. We must breathe. Then its water, and last, but not least, its food. The Project that Qnet and Sharp have manifested is a product which addresses the needs of the first necessity that all human being have, and this is the need for clear air. Sharp and Qnet have a product that should be in a household like a stove or refrigerator and this is the air purifier called – The Sharp Plasmacluster. It is a match made in heaven cause it breathes clean air.

Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth Says He’s Prepared For The Drought

In a recent interview with Madeline Brand on Press Play, Squaw Valley Resort CEO Andy Wirth discussed the effects of drought on California ski resorts.

Many people are concerned about the drought, and area ski resorts suffered one of the dryest records in recorded history with snowfalls some 50% less than previous years. This issue has forced several resorts to cut their seasons short.

Andy Wirth admits that the pass season was pretty tough. The area experienced what Stanford University meteorologists called the “ridiculously resiliant ridge,” which prevented a number of low pressure systems from entering the mountain area. This in turn severly altered snow patterns, according to Wirth.

Wirth says in spit of this, the resort made out pretty well. Because in spite of the precipitation shortage, there was only a drop in visitation by 20%. He also said that Squaw Valley could survive several more winters under the same circumstances because they are well-prepared and financially solid. Read more: andy wirth | POWDER Magazine and Squaw Valley’s Andy Wirth appointed chair of Reno airport board

When asked about the upcoming El Nino, Wirth says he isn’t really bothered about it because it will be absent the “ridiculously resilient ridge.” So, it is likely that the upcoming winter will be cold with a lot of snow. Wirth also said it doesn’t hurt to change the business model to adjust to warmer winters.He says their summer scheduled is already booked.

Andy Wirth is extremely concerned about the environment and reducing the carbon footprint. Managing the mountain’s natural resources is his number one priority.

Former Olympic skier Julie Manscuso was singing the praises of Squaw Valley CEO Andy With in an issue of the Tahoe Daily Tribune. “Andy Wirth has made a number of improvements over the last five years,” said Mancuso. Most people are impressed with everything Andy has done. He has put Squaw Valley on the map. Connecting Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows with a gondola is one of the smartest moves he could have made, according to Mancuso.

And she knows that Squaw Valley will always be an excellent place to visit as long as its in his hands.

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