With the power of cosmetics, women can absolutely change their faces to whatever “look” we are currently wanting. Not to mention that we can also match the way we dress and accessorize to match our attitude, mood, or personality for the day. Cosmetics is one of the less demanding, more savvy methods for switching things up on a day to premise, without ever having to do anything permanent, allowing women to wipe it all off at the end of the night and start fresh all over again in the morning.
While we all can’t be professional makeup artists like Nikkie in the YouTube video below, Nikkie demonstrates exactly how far you can take a makeup change, although she does express that this would be somewhat much for regular wear.
Despite the rise of fancy boxed wines, non-bottled vino can still come with some unfortunate extra flavor — because of a thing called “flavor scalping,” reports io9.
Basically, there’s a reason why most wine isn’t in boxes: The materials used to make that packaging possible is notorious for messing with the flavorful compounds of the liquid. In particular, the ethyl butyrate and ethyl hexanoate compounds, which can give drinks fruity flavors, are either absorbed by or allowed to completely escape through polyethylene — the plastic that makes up the bag inside those boxes.
Food companies first became aware of the phenomenon when they realized that juices completely lost their taste after being stored in some kinds of plastic for too long; polyethylene storage is a common culprit.
However, boxed wine is still wine. And, we won’t argue with that. (io9)