Formatura: os acessórios de cabelo mais glam para você arrasar!
Outra forma de deixar um penteado clássico mais glam é apostar nos prendedores em forma de arco para envolver o rabo de cavalo, como Jennifer Lopez fez. Você ainda pode optar pelas aplicações de pérolas no acessório, o que deixa o visual mais romântico; ou nos paetês, que deixam o look mais fashion.
Quem é mãe de menina sabe o trabalho para manter todos os vários enfeites de cabelo organizados, por isso separei 12 dicas de como manter tudo em ordem.
B597 Late 19th century bow rocker Rocking Horse , was realistically carved and painted, in a variety of sizes and styles, often with a mane and tail of real horsehair This rocking horse legs attached at the hooves to curving struts that formed the rockers. These were called bow rockers and became popular with wealthy parents. They were seen as an educational toy as they offered a relatively safe way of learning the basics of riding at an early age, The Rocking Horse has it's original…
Mongolia’s national musical instrument is the morin khuur, or horse-head fiddle. It has two strings: one made from 130 hairs from a stallion’s tail, one made from 105 hairs from a mare’s tail. The bow is also horse hair, coated with cedar sap. It is said to sound like the wind.
Opaque watercolour painting of Rati, the goddess of lust and consort of Manmatha, riding a horse composed of five female figures, all dressed in long trousers and bodices, typically referred to as the panchanari turaga. Of these, two form the animal’s legs; the fly whisk carried by the second is the animal’s tail. The third bows gracefully ahead and plays the cymbals, thus constituting the head and neck of the horse. A fourth, seated playing the mridanga, is its belly, and the fifth…
Gold fibula with a bow in the form of a winged Chimaera decorated at the tail with granulation; the oblong catch-plate is decorated with corded lines and a figure of a horse lying down with its forelegs bent up; the pin has a spring of two spiral coils. 525BC-500BC
Archery, Arrows Arrow Flight — There is a critical distance at about 5 to 8 metres. If the arrow hits fetching end "up", the nocking point needs to be lowered, and if it hits tail end down, the nocking point needs to be raised.