Yotty Human Hair Extensions Tape in Seamless Skin Weft Double Drawn Remy Hair – took too long to come just under 4 weeks best to find a uk sell next time

first_img Amazing just ordered another set. Amazing just ordered another set. Very good and looks thicker than i thought when first seen them. I put toner on them to match my hair and dyed perfectly. Took too long to come just under 4 weeks best to find a uk sell next time. Quality is ok but took too long to come just under 4 weeks best to find a uk sell next time. Reviews from purchasers :Amazing just ordered another setnot the right choice for me.Nice other than that Very good quality & easy to use five stars. So easy to apply and look and feel amazing. For what i know additionally the pricing was acceptable.Hair does not keep in when washing. Arrived quick and as described though. Perfect colour for my hair easy to put in very. Perfect colour for my hair easy to put in very quick delivery but do advise to order at least 3-4 packs. Not the suitable choice for me. . Not the appropriate decision for me. The glue gets trapped in your hair off the tape for about a week right after they have appear out and the sticky little bit isn’t really even sticky more than enough to keep on your head.Seriously very good excellent hair, and good colour match. Will deffinatly advocate and purchase all over again ).Not the suitable choice for me. . Not the appropriate decision for me. The glue gets trapped in your hair off the tape for about a week right after they have appear out and the sticky little bit isn’t really even sticky more than enough to keep on your head. So easy to apply and look and feel amazing. Arrived quick and as described though. For what i know additionally the pricing was acceptable. Very good quality & easy to use five stars. Hair does not keep in when washing. I love these extensions and always get them. I’ve had tape in extensions when i was blonde and dark and both have been great quality and the blonde stayed in good condition even when i put a toner on them. I normally get 3 packs for a full head and you can buy a separate hair tape which you can stick on these to make them last longer.Mine lasted 8 weeks before i needed to re attach them – deffo recommend. Seriously very good excellent hair, and good colour match. Will deffinatly advocate and purchase all over again ).SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2017-11-26 07:15:22Reviewed Item Yotty Human Hair Extensions Tape in Seamless Skin Weft Double Drawn Remy Hair (16”20Pcs 30g, 24 Honey Blonde)Rating 3.0 / 5  stars, based on  21  reviewsPrice£18.30 Took too long to come just under 4 weeks best to find a uk sell next time. Quality is ok but took too long to come just under 4 weeks best to find a uk sell next time. I love these extensions and always get them. I’ve had tape in extensions when i was blonde and dark and both have been great quality and the blonde stayed in good condition even when i put a toner on them. I normally get 3 packs for a full head and you can buy a separate hair tape which you can stick on these to make them last longer.Mine lasted 8 weeks before i needed to re attach them – deffo recommend. Perfect colour for my hair easy to put in very. Perfect colour for my hair easy to put in very quick delivery but do advise to order at least 3-4 packs. Here are the specifications for the Yotty Human Hair Extensions Tape in Seamless Skin Weft Double Drawn Remy Hair:Materials: Selected 100% Human hair Super Tape in hair extensionsFull Head Remy Human Hair Extensions gives a healthy and beautiful look to your existing hairTape in Hair is easy to apply and remove,make your hair thicker and longerWash,Cut, Flatten,Dye,Blow dry and Curl like your own natural hair100% Soft and silky tangle free premium remy human hairlast_img read more

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To Capture Green Value, We Need a Long Perspective

first_imgIf we let simple or even net-value payback analysis alone drive the economics of high-performance buildings, we might as well throw in the towel. It is truly crazy to apply just this approach to long-lived durable goods, such as homes.Yes, it is critical that the lower operational costs are factored into a home’s value. But homes deliver their value over time to a series of owners. The initial owner or renovator needs to know that all those involved in the financial process will recognize their investment in high performance. And they need to be certain it will fully transfer when they eventually sell their green home.There are three key housing industry sectors that need to step up to the plate to support our green building industry: realtors, appraisers, and lenders.Green realtorsRealtors have more contact time with homebuyers than any of us. They build a relationship with their clients, and while they do not have to be knowledgeable about green or high-performance attributes of homes, it’s a huge leg up if they are.The National Association of Realtors has recently developed the Green MLS Toolkit, and it works! And the new white paper available from Ecobroker, Unlocking the Full Value of Green Homes, also provides excellent guidance.“Educating lenders and appraisers, along with Realtors, is the single most important factor for recognizing the value of green building,” says Dakota Gale, owner of mortgage company Green Mortgage Northwest in Portland, Oregon. “Disclosure of energy performance with a miles-per-gallon measure such as HERS is a close second,” he says.Dakota, a LEED Accredited Professional, has a background in green building design as a green building engineer along with work as the Sustainable Finance Director for Earth Advantage Institute, a green-building non-profit. I met Dakota at the EEBA conference this year, where he gave the best presentation on green finance I have ever seen.As realtors learn the way to present the increased value of high performance homes, it leads to higher sale prices, building the database that green appraisers need for their work.Green appraisersThe appraisal industry is by its very nature a steady and conservative lot; appraisers need plenty of hard data and “comps” (homes that have the same features to establish comparable value) to justify any “new” increased value associated with home performance. They, too, now have the tools they need for this. The Appraisal Institute (AI) has a series of green appraisal education tools, including detailed case studies.And just recently, AI has developed a new appraisal form, Residential Green and Energy Efficient Addendum (PDF). According to Jason LaFleur of the Alliance for Environmental Sustainability, “the new form is intended to be used as an optional addendum to Fannie Mae Form 1004, the appraisal industry’s most widely used form for mortgage lending purposes.”Green lendersThe work of realtors and appraisers all comes together when a buyer goes to borrow for a higher-value, higher-performance, home. Even in the current very conservative and risk-averse lending environment, there are banks, particularly local and regional ones, who get the green angle on homes and see them as high-quality and sound investments.According to Dakota Gale, “By creating a financial ecosystem surrounding the purchase or refinance of a green home, the value of the energy efficient features can be translated into language a bank underwriter will understand.”Dakota’s new green mortgage company offers a variety of benefits including discounted closing costs, preferential insurance rates, a roster of green-educated appraisers, a local version of a high performance home appraisal addendum and paperless transactions. He is working to develop a carbon-free closing for his clients as well as discounted private mortgage insurance for green-certified homes.Peter Thompson of Laconia Savings in New Hampshire has been a construction loan specialist for 26-plus years. I met him when he came to a two-day NAHB training titled “Advanced Green Building: Building Science.” He is the first professional from the financial sector to attend any of the trainings I do on high-performance homes; what a treat! “I successfully created a green mortgage program and built a network of appraisers who know how to bring added value based on understanding the HERS reports and convince my underwriters to accept,” says Peter. “I am proud to say that I am the first and only lender in all of New England that holds the NAHB Certified Green Professional designation, but at the same time I am ashamed that I am the only one from the banking community.”Peter feels strongly about the local nature of his work: “Do not look to the large banks for guidance or acceptance of high performance energy-efficient homes. They have their hands full with toxic mortgages. The secondary markets (i.e. Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac) have their own issues. The key to financing lies with the local community banks and credit unions that are primarily portfolio lenders that make their own decisions and do not answer to shareholders.”Thompson closes by saying: “The demand for high-performance homes is increasing. We have a great opportunity to distinguish ourselves as premiere builders and lenders. The train is leaving the station. Don’t be left in the dust!”Value transfer, not payback analysis, can build the marketLong-term investments in greener, higher-performance homes are valuable — the homes are less expensive to operate and more comfortable to live in. But any time the value of an investment extends well beyond the current holder’s time frame, the increased value has to be easily transferred to the next investor.While important, payback analysis alone can never build the market. Value transfer accomplished by green realtors, appraisers, and lenders is the key to that process.last_img read more

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LANDFILL BLAST REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION

first_imgFAMILY MEMBERS HAVE IDENTIFIED ONE OF THE VICTIMS IN THURSDAY’S EXPLOSION AT THE SIOUX CITY LANDFILL.60-YEAR-OLD ROBERT BIEDERMAN SUSTAINED BURN INJURIES IN THE EXPLOSION AT THE OFFICE AND RECEIVING BUILDING.HE IS HOSPITALIZED IN SERIOUS BUT STABLE CONDITION AT AN AREA HOSPITAL WITH THE SECOND UNIDENTIFIED MALE VICTIM.BOTH ARE EMPLOYEES OF GILL HAULING, WHICH OPERATES THE LANDFILL.THE LANDFILL REMAINS CLOSED WHILE DAMAGE TO THE BUILDING IS ASSESSED AND THE EXACT CAUSE OF THE EXPLOSION IS DETERMINED.SIOUX CITY RESIDENTS MAY BRING BULKY WASTE, ELECTRONICS AND APPLIANCES TO THE L.P. GILL LANDFILL OFF HIGHWAY 20 NEAR JACKSON, NEBRASKA IN THE INTERIM.Photo providedlast_img

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La Liga players not happy about North American match

first_imgThe Spanish Footballers Association disagrees with taking one official match to the United States and believes La Liga doesn’t think about the playersAfter news broke out about the plans for at least one La Liga official match to be played in the United States, opinions were divided.To some, this was a logical way of promoting the Spanish brand on the global stage.Meanwhile, to others, it was a rude way of slapping regular season fans on the face.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.But on Thursday night, the Spanish Football Association (AFE in Spanish) released an official statement as was reported by The Sports Man.“As per usual, LaLiga has dispensed with the opinions of the players and has undertaken actions that only benefit them, regardless of the health or risks to the players,” the press release said.“And even less the feelings of the following masses of the clubs who are being “forced” to compete in North America once a season.”“Faced with such manifest arbitrariness, David Aganzo, president of the Spanish Footballers Association (AFE), has made his complaint public and points out that footballers are not currency, that can be used in business to only benefit third parties. United we are stronger.”last_img read more

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Spalleti excited with Inters display

first_imgLuciano Spalletti praised Inter Milan’s stars unsung heroes after whitewashing Genoa 5-0 at the San Siro.The Nerazzurri completed their seventh successive win with a 5-0 win against Genoa at San Siro thanks to a Gagliardini brace, Matteo Politano, Joao Mario, and Radja Nainggolan.“We must always start from scratch in every game and work hard because if we don’t keep that solid mentality, we won’t do well,” the Coach told Football Italia.“The team had the right attitude, worked as a team, pressed high and the forwards helped out in defence too. That kind of approach is more often than not rewarded with the result.Romelu Lukaku, Serie A, Inter MilanCapello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.“The most satisfying thing was to see the 70,000 in the stadium today applauding and pleased with our performance. They put their faith in us last season and continued to come, showing their love for the club colours and waiting for us to deliver.“Football doesn’t change all that much. If you keep possession and are comfortable on the ball, that is the fundamental thing.“It takes pressure off our defence, causes problems for the opposition tactics and gives us the chance to find the quality in the individuals.“If you score at the end of a period of good possession, that’s just even better.”last_img read more

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MSME MEMBERS URGED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MOBILE BUSINESS CLINIC

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppMONTEGO BAY, Jan. 28 (JIS): Member of Parliament for Central Westmoreland, Dwayne Vaz, is urging members of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Westmoreland to take advantage of the three-day mobile business clinic currently in progress in the town of Savanna-la-Mar.Speaking on January 27 at the launch of the clinic, Mr. Vaz said now more than ever, Jamaica’s future lies in the hands of entrepreneurs.He said the business clinic, which is being staged by the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce through its agency, the Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC), comes at the right time to assist existing and potential business operators to properly plan and implement.“There are lots of businesses out there and there are lots of benefits that can be derived from a seminar like this. We understand the difficulties that we face and we understand the economic challenges that are ahead. So, what I am asking everyone here to do…is try and create the opportunities that we always dream of. Let’s go out there and fuel growth, so we can heal our economy,” Mr. Vaz urged.He emphasised that the future of Jamaica lies in the hands of entrepreneurs. “It is the creative and innovative minds of these persons that will shape the way forward for our economy,” Mr. Vaz added.He is also encouraging business operators not to get bogged down by problems, but try and find creative ways to address issues in order to be successful.“Every problem can be solved, but someone has to figure out how to solve it. There is always a need to be satisfied, but someone has to figure out how to satisfy that need and that person is an entrepreneur. We have to be creative and we have to be innovative in order to move the country forward,” Mr. Vaz said.The clinic, which ends on January 29, is being staged under the theme: ‘Strengthening the Capacity of Jamaican MSMEs’. Two boys die, bicycle and van collide in St. Catherine, Jamaica Jamaica’s Senate Begins debate on National Identification and Registration Bill Recommended for you Related Items:Dwayne Vaz, jamaica, micro, montego bay, small and medium-sized enterprises Bahamas DPM Turnquest, as IDB Governor, Talks Technology and Climate Change Resilience at IDB Conclave Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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Soldotna Declares July 27 as Marge Mullen Appreciation Day

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The City of Soldotna has declared July 27, 2018, as Marge Mullen Appreciation day. She was the first woman to live in Soldotna under the Homestead Act. Marge walked 65 miles through the wilderness, with her husband Frank, to stake a homestead on Soldotna Creek near the Kenai River, in 1947. She just celebrated her 98th birthday, and still resides in Soldotna. The proclamation states: “Marge is known as the unofficial historian for the city, she has voluntarily archived over 1,000 photos for the Kenai Peninsula College, as well as earning an Anthropology degree in 2004 from Kenai Peninsula College.”  Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson will be presenting the proclamation at the Soldotna City Council meeting on Wednesday, July 25.center_img The meeting will take place this Wednesday, at 6 p.m., at Soldotna City Hall and is open to the public. She was inducted in the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame in 2010 for her “outstanding achievements in community activism and contributions that have influenced the direction of Soldotna.”  last_img read more

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VIDEO Wilmingtons Substance Abuse Program Coordinator Samantha Reif Discusses Towns National Recovery

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — On the latest episode of Wilmington Community Television’s “Town Topics,” host and WCTV Executive Director Shaun Neville sat down with Wilmington’s Substance Abuse Program Coordinator Samantha Reif to discuss the Wilmington Substance Abuse Coalition’s Candlelight Vigil on Monday, September 17 at 7pm on the Wilmington Town Common.The interview also touches upon Reif’s role in town, plus another events planned for National Recovery Month, including a donation drive for kids in DCF custody, a presentation on anxiety in youth for parents, and a presentation on how to recognize warning signs of mental health or substance abuse issues in the workplace with the Wilmington-Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce. Learn more about the events from the Wilmington Substance Abuse Coalition’s Facebook page.Watch the 9-minute interview, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, below:—Video Playerhttps://objects-us-west-1.dream.io/wilmington/7/0/1/b/6/2/701b627b-4e5d-442b-a9e2-3badcc5371b11536153254.653%2B40935953.696%40castus4-wilmington%2B15361537211536153411819966.vod.720p.180905%20Town%20Topics%20Substance%20Abuse.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.—Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Substance Abuse Coalition To Hold Candlelight Vigil On September 29In “Community”VIDEO: Watch Interview with Wilmington’s New Substance Abuse Program CoordinatorIn “Videos”News & Notes From WCTV: Did You Know WCTV Has A Podcast Studio That YOU Can Use?In “Community”last_img read more

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MISSING WEDDING BAND Keep An Eye Out Around Elias Or TewksburyWilmington Elks

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — A Wilmington senior recently lost his gold wedding band while at Elia’s Country Store or the Tewksbury-Wilmington Elks Lodge in Tewksbury. He’s had it for over 60 years! If found, please call his daughter Liz Sullivan at 978-808-5172.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: John “Jack” Whitman, 72In “Obituaries”Tewksbury-Wilmington Emblem Club To Hold Cootie Party & Sundae Fundraiser On August 4In “Community”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Sunday, August 18, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

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