K’ryssma ® Synthetic Hair Straight Blonde Ombre Wig Dark Roots Highlights Lace Front Wigs, Amazing product – LOVE IT

first_img Posted on October 24, 2017Author Nathalie DuboisCategories WigsTags K’ryssma You won’t regret this one, absolutely stunning. Good quality wig for the money. A bit blonder than the photos but lovely colour non the less. Good quality wig for the money. Good purchase :)attached photo to show what the hair looks like and true colour. Colour very light blonde but i managed to darken it so now perfect.Key specs for K’ryssma® Synthetic Hair Straight Blonde Ombre Wig Dark Roots Highlights Lace Front Wigs for Women Heat Resistant Fiber Half Hand Tied:This item is dispatched out via Fedex or DHL express shipping service, it usually takes 5-7 Working Days to arriveSynthetic hair heat resistant up to 160 degrees centigrade. Half hand tied lace front wigs with adjustble Straps & 3 Combs2-2.5 Inches Parting Space Cap Size: Only Medium Size In StockLength:As Picture Length should be measured after strengthen outKind Reminder: Slightly colour difference between different monitors. Order handling time 5 Working DaysComments from buyers“Amazing product – LOVE IT, Really good for the price!, Nice wig, thi too much hair” Really nice – the wig looks very natural and colour is also very natural however i would this is a slightly darker blonde than it looks in the photo. The wig also has dark , light and medium highlights if blonde which helps it to look natural and the dark roots of the wig looks really good if you have natural dark hair because you can pull out baby hairs to add the effect of having a natural look. This is also a lace front wig so you will have to cut off excess lace off but i don’t mind this because it looks more natural it is also adjustable at the back to suit most head sizes this wig also have a clip on the inside so it can stay secured to your head and not move around. I was worrying about the wig being to shiny and look fake but it isn’t as well as the wig. It being able to take heat but i straightened it with ghds and it didn’t sizzle – overall this is a great product and i am very pleased with my purchase. Nice wig, thi too much hair. Nice wig, thi too much hair. Natural looking but the amount of hair is just too unnatural. I know it is not a custom made wig however it is slightly big. Bulging up above the ears and at the back of the head. The wig is the hands down best wig i have bought, glad i read the comments before buying. It is thin and silky and looks like real hair, unlike another wig i bought for more money which is a lot thicker. Only thing i would change is colour of lace front as it’s brown and hard to blend in with my skin tone. Other than that i have never felt so confident and will buy again as soon as this one gets warn out. I buy this wig every month i love it. Really natural looking especially with the dark roots. Everyone thought i’d had my hair done. You can’t tell its synthetic hair either. Colour very light blonde but i managed to darken it so now perfect. Really nice – the wig looks very natural and colour is also very natural however i would this is a slightly darker blonde than it looks in the photo. The wig also has dark , light and medium highlights if blonde which helps it to look natural and the dark roots of the wig looks really good if you have natural dark hair because you can pull out baby hairs to add the effect of having a natural look. This is also a lace front wig so you will have to cut off excess lace off but i don’t mind this because it looks more natural it is also adjustable at the back to suit most head sizes this wig also have a clip on the inside so it can stay secured to your head and not move around. I was worrying about the wig being to shiny and look fake but it isn’t as well as the wig. It being able to take heat but i straightened it with ghds and it didn’t sizzle – overall this is a great product and i am very pleased with my purchase. Really love this wig, it’s silky and soft. The lace front is good for the price, the lace itself could be finer to look more realistic but you can’t complain at this price, although it’s full front lace, it’s not easy to change the parting. I’ve taken off the combs attached and added my own extension clips to make it more secure. Also use wig tape at the front to hold it down as the weight of the wig makes it slip back. I have the red and grey kryssma on my list next. Wig very nice but to suit me will need to trim & cut it. The colour is lighter than shown but still nice. Wig was posted quick which always good. Seller very helpful replies to emails & questions very quick. Great seller a credit to amazon. The wig is the hands down best wig i have bought, glad i read the comments before buying. It is thin and silky and looks like real hair, unlike another wig i bought for more money which is a lot thicker. Only thing i would change is colour of lace front as it’s brown and hard to blend in with my skin tone. Other than that i have never felt so confident and will buy again as soon as this one gets warn out. Really natural looking especially with the dark roots. Everyone thought i’d had my hair done. You can’t tell its synthetic hair either. Really love this wig, it’s silky and soft. The lace front is good for the price, the lace itself could be finer to look more realistic but you can’t complain at this price, although it’s full front lace, it’s not easy to change the parting. I’ve taken off the combs attached and added my own extension clips to make it more secure. Also use wig tape at the front to hold it down as the weight of the wig makes it slip back. I have the red and grey kryssma on my list next. I buy this wig every month i love it. You won’t regret this one, absolutely stunning. Nice wig, thi too much hair. Nice wig, thi too much hair. Natural looking but the amount of hair is just too unnatural. I know it is not a custom made wig however it is slightly big. Bulging up above the ears and at the back of the head. Wig very nice but to suit me will need to trim & cut it. The colour is lighter than shown but still nice. Wig was posted quick which always good. Seller very helpful replies to emails & questions very quick. Great seller a credit to amazon. Good quality wig for the money. A bit blonder than the photos but lovely colour non the less. Good quality wig for the money. Good purchase :)attached photo to show what the hair looks like and true colour. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2017-10-24 22:42:40Reviewed Item K’ryssma® Synthetic Hair Straight Blonde Ombre Wig Dark Roots Highlights Lace Front Wigs for Women Heat Resistant Fiber Half Hand TiedRating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  0  reviewslast_img read more

Mike Lutmer, May 23

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We’re enjoying the sunshine today. I got some fertilizer spread on Friday and it was just dry enough to where we could get in the field and it rained again. Some places got .4-inch and some places got .9-inch, so we’re still wet. I am hoping I can be back in the field tomorrow afternoon. Then there is a chance of showers Wednesday, Thursday and Friday into the weekend, but at least it looks like we’ll have some heat.The corn I planted last Monday is starting to poke through. It has only been in the ground seven days and I’m pretty happy with that. We planted a field of beans right across from that corn last Tuesday or Wednesday and they have sprouted and will be pushing through the ground in the next two days.I have only gotten a day of planting in. We still are in the front quarter of planting and just really getting started. I talked to a friend in Botkins and they haven’t planted anything yet on the east side of town. They should be planting today.I am starting to worry a little, but we still have a good two weeks to get the corn in. As long as we get the heat units, I won’t get too bent out of shape. There is plenty of moisture there and if we get the heat everything should go.There was a bunch of corn planted a month ago around Wilmington and there is some replanting going on already. You never know with Mother Nature. You have to take what you’re given and do the best you can.The hay is prime to be cut and I am worried it will get overripe. If we can still get it cut in two weeks though I think we’ll still be OK. I don’t think we’ll have a big enough window to mow it now.Hopefully the moisture cuts back a little for the wheat. If it looks like it will dry out, I don’t think we’ll need fungicide on the wheat. It looks pretty good but some of it is still pretty short.last_img read more

Farm Bureau records active membership gain

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Thanks to the efforts of Ohio Farm Bureau volunteers and staff, the organization had an increase in its “active” membership for fiscal year 2017. OFBF had an increase of 2,146 active members, bringing the total to 63,605. Active members are farmers or other Ohioans whose jobs or livelihoods are directly impacted by the agricultural industry. As active members, they are eligible to vote on Farm Bureau policies and hold elective office in the organization.“Our campaign theme ‘Together with Farmers’ helped our volunteers, organization directors and state staff deliver a compelling message about the mission of our organization,” said Paul Lyons, senior director of membership. “I am very proud of their efforts to communicate this message and their commitment to grow our organization. That commitment shows in our results.”A record 15 Farm Bureau members earned the Murray Lincoln award — named after OFBF’s first executive secretary — for signing 50 or more new members. That’s nearly double the number from last year. Some were able to reach Murray Lincoln status by getting businesses to sign up for a group membership, Lyons said. Murray Lincoln winners have their choice between attending American Farm Bureau’s Annual Convention in Nashville in January or receiving a $500 Visa card. Those named Murray Lincoln winners are Sparky Weilnau, Erie County (180); Bruce Patterson, Portage County (84); Susan Shoup, Wayne County (63); Ervin Raber, Holmes County (62); Brian Nusbaum, Defiance County (58); Chris Weaver, Williams County (55); Marilyn Morrison, Darke County (53); Dean Shoup, Wayne County (52); John Fitzpatrick, Wayne County (52); Michael Ralph, Marion County (52); Daniel Stevenson, Defiance County (52); Barbara Biery, Mahoning County (51); Hal Brehm, Fulton County (51); Paul Morrison, Darke County (50); and Levi Richards, Wood County (50).Also invited to attend AFBF’s convention are 63 county Farm Bureau membership coordinators whose counties had at least a four percent increase in active memberships than the previous year. In addition, 59 members earned the Ambassador Club award for signing a minimum of 10 new members.OFBF staff and volunteers are already starting on the 2018 membership campaign, which kicked off April 1.Ohio Farm Bureau has several membership categories because the organization doesn’t just represent farmers and the agricultural industry. OFBF advocates on a wide range of issues that are important to most Ohioans, including private property rights, safe food and good government policies. OFBF’s nonactive categories are community members (for those interested in local foods, landowner rights and issues and protecting agriculture) and Our Ohio Supporters who are not members but still support the work of Ohio Farm Bureau.“Farm Bureau helps everybody from the landowner who has a question about the state’s trespassing law to the backyard gardener selling to the local farmers market to a food packing plant,” Lyons said, noting that OFBF has an extensive benefits program. Some of the more popular benefits include members savings on some Nationwide Insurance products, cost savings at thousands of retailers and restaurants across Ohio and the United States through Member Savings Advantage, and discounts on hotels and tourist activities.last_img read more

Five Industry Flame Wars No One Cares About Anymore

first_imgTags:#browser#Firefox#Linux#Microsoft#Microsoft Office#Netscape#OpenOffice#Windows Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts There once was a time when Microsoft was evil, open source was the underdog and flamewars between the two camps were frequent and fierce. Those were the days! Today the industry has traded those early wars for equally vociferous fights between Android and iOS adherents, or HTML5 vs. native mobile application development. However, given how the early battles have faded, it’s likely that today’s nasty flame wars will be tomorrow’s distant memories.Don’t believe me? Let’s see if you still care about these epic brawls of the 2000s.Windows vs. LinuxAs religious wars go, few can top this blood feud. Coming at the height of Microsoft’s market dominance, Linux was the open-source upstart that promised to topple the evil empire, spreading peace, love and open source to all. Microsoft was not amused.Though the Redmond initially tried to discredit Linux as “un-American,” labeling it “a cancer” in 2001. When that didn’t work, in 2003 Microsoft launched its infamous “Get the Facts” campaign, which was long on propaganda and short on facts, then doubled down on the campaign in 2005. When this didn’t work, either, Microsoft got its lawyers involved, dropping an unsubstantiated bombshell that Linux infringed 235 of its Windows patents. The open sourcerors fought back, alleging that Windows infringed on Linux’s intellectual property. Throughout it all, CIOs bought both Windows and Linux servers en masse, while dumping expensive Unix servers. This ultimately seems to have cooled tempers, with Linux dominating in new markets like cloud computing even as Windows remains strong for more traditional enterprise workloads. A new pragmatism seems to govern server OS choice.As for the Linux desktop, it never really caught on, despite its adherents’ fondest hopes. But this also hasn’t mattered, as mobile has displaced the desktop as the premier consumer computing platform. There, Linux (à la Android) is dominant, not Windows, leaving the two camps with little to fight about except royalties.Internet Explorer vs. Netscape (Firefox)Microsoft was at the center of this religious war, too, first beating market-leading Netscape into oblivion with illegal antitrust behavior. The Netscape browser, however, resurrected as Firefox, and this time Firefox seriously cut into Microsoft’s market share, eventually claiming more than 20% of the global desktop browser market, according to Net Applications.Along the way, developers took sides, proclaiming their allegiance in the form of website badges suggesting which browser to use. As for Microsoft, it relaunched its Get the Facts campaign, this time challenging the open-source browsers in the area of security, privacy and more.Over time, this war subsided, despite once being waged in the judicial system and the comments sections of myriads of articles. The desktop became less important, initially establishing Apple as the dominant force in browsers with Google claiming significant share in both desktop and now mobile browser markets.Microsoft Office vs. OpenOfficeAre you noticing a theme here? Yet again, Microsoft is front and center, this time being with its cash-cow Office productivity suite business under siege by the open-source community. Well, sort of. For much of the 2000s, Sun sponsored the vast majority of OpenOffice.org (now OpenOffice) development, and then helped to drive the emergence of the Open Document Format (ODF). While OpenOffice never seriously threatened Microsoft, it did prompt a marketing response.But OpenOffice’s more important legacy, and the one that Microsoft fought more vigorously, was ODF. Across the planet, Microsoft lobbied hard to kill any attempt to institute an open format that would obviate its proprietary Office file formats. It largely succeeded, with adoption for ODF largely stymied.Even so, a larger threat to both ODF and Microsoft has been the emergence of mobile as a primary computing platform. While Microsoft continues to print profits from sales of Office, as the world moves beyond the desktop the need for a full-fledged office productivity suite is fading, whatever the file format. GPL vs. ApacheOf course, Microsoft isn’t the only entity to generate angst and ire in the 2000s. Within the open source camp, the 2000s saw bitter rivalries, including KDE vs. GNOME on the desktop (which neither side won) and free software vs. open source everywhere.The most visible proponent of free software and the GNU General Public License (GPL) that powered it is Richard Stallman. On the more permissive open source side stood Eric Raymond. For a time Stallman and the free source crowd had the upper hand, but over the past few years Apache-style licensing has won out, given the freedom and flexibility it affords developers. This trend accelerated as open source went mainstream, and developers became more concerned with getting work done than scoring political points.Open vs. ClosedThe backdrop for each of these industry flame-fests is the question of open vs. closed technology. Originally confined to a question of licensing, “open” has come to comprise much more, including APIs and data. New breed technology-heavy companies like Facebook espouse openness, arguing that it encourages developer adoption and improves their services. Meanwhile, the closed camp…doesn’t really exist.Oh, sure, there are some who argue that open source is not more secure, or that open data is dangerous, or whatever. But whereas “open vs. closed” was really the fundamental question of the 2000s, it has largely been settled. Today, “openness” is like motherhood and apple pie: everyone loves it, or claims to do so. Today Microsoft openly uses and often advocates open source software. Oracle owns the leading open source relational database, MySQL, and commits significant development resources to advancing it.Which is, perhaps, why today’s big debates are less dominated by quasi-religious overtones. Progress? Yes. But a bit boring?Sadly, yes.Image courtesy of Shutterstock. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketcenter_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Matt Asay A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…last_img read more

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