The Best Ski Resorts at Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is famous worldwide for many reasons. The Olympics, the skiing, the beautiful lake- take your pick! Home to ski resorts with exceptionally long ski seasons as well, and plenty of ski resorts to choose from, the only difficulty you will have skiing Lake Tahoe is choosing which one to spend your time at. Can’t decide? Here are a few key details of each one that may help to make your decision just a little bit easier. From beginner to advanced terrain, there are plenty of runs for those of any experience level.

Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows
Home to the 1960s Winter Olympics and an outstanding amount of yearly snowfall, there are plenty of runs to choose from at both Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows at Squaw Alpine. Only a short 15-minute distance apart from each other, they have a total of 270 runs to cruise down. With plenty of beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain to ski on, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Why end the fun when the ski day is done? After you are finished skiing for the day, or practicing your tricks on one of the 6 terrain parks that these resorts have to offer, head down to the village to do some shopping or grab a bite to eat. Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are two of the finest resorts offered in the Lake Tahoe/South Tahoe area.

Mt. Rose
A great mountain for those who range from beginner to advance is Mt. Rose. With 86 different runs to choose from and the majority being intermediate terrain, it’s an ideal ski spot for large groups of varying experience levels. Have an adrenaline junkie in your group? Check out one of the 4 terrain parks offered at this great ski resort. When the day is done, enjoy a warm meal and drink down at the lodge. From sun up to sun down, Mt. Rose is an adventure waiting to happen.

With so many different mountains to choose from, and so much great snow, it might be hard to choose which resort to spend your time at. However, one thing is certain- you won’t regret your trip to any of these Lake Tahoe vacation resorts.

Makari : Beautiful Lighter Skin for Everyone

We are pleased to release our newest products in the Makari skincare line. The word “Makari” means beautiful in Swahili and we can assure you that your skin will be radiant and beautiful with use of our products.

At Makari, our products are created in Switzerland from the finest natural ingredients such as carrot oil and Argon oil, our most popular product is the skin whitening cream. We offer beauty milk, serum, creams and other treatments to help hydrate and clarify your skin. The items that we offer help to even out the skin tone, blend the discoloration and lighten the overall appearance of your face, neck, arms and body. The products that include Organiclarine utilize the lightening properties of plant extracts for an effective way to treat skin gently and help to smooth out the appearance of scars, acne blemishes, and discoloration.

When there are harsh chemicals used on the skin it is drying and damaging but when using Makari products your skin is smooth and supple and safe from ill effects of non-natural ingredients.

Anyone can use the Makari products, including women, men, babies and other family members. We offer skincare beauty products as well as haircare items, bath products, cosmetics, fragrance and accessories. At Makari we want everyone to be able to enjoy the beautiful complexions that you deserve.

Welcome to Makari and our amazing array of products. We know you want radiant skin and here we have beautiful for everyone – Follow this link to learn more: https://twitter.com/makari

Dynamics Search Partners Raises $22K For NY Schools Thanks To CEO Keith Mann

Keith Mann may be the leader, founder, and CEO of Dynamics Search Partners (DSP), but his vision is unique and powerful and different from average CEOs. Recently, he showed this is the case when he helped raise $22,000 for an amazing cause. The money went to an academic organization called Uncommon Schools which helps high school students with funding and testing supplies and other educational resources.

Uncommon Schools recently used some of their funding to build a brand new high school in Brooklyn, NY. This was badly needed, as overcrowding and underfunding has been a problem in NY public schools for a while now. In addition, they help pay for PSAT tests and AP tests. This allows students to do what is needed to go the next level in college. Before the fundraising even began, DSP and Mann made sure to give $10,000 to the cause so that the kids would have all they needed.

The philanthropic partnership between Keith Mann and Uncommon Schools has grown since its inception in 2013. They both wanted to allow kids to flourish so they could enjoy all the success they wanted in their lives.

Mann boasts 15 years of experience in the executive placement industry. He and DSP focus solely on the alternative investment industry. He helps hedge funds and staff meet the proper middle ground for compensation and hiring practices.

Mann wasn’t always the CEO of his own firm. He worked his way up, starting as the Manager of the Alternative Investment Division at Dynamic Associates. He was eventually given a promotion to the Vice President of that company. In addition, he served as Managing Director of Dynamics Executive Search. In this role, he assisted financial firms with their executive search needs.

The idea for DSP came in 2009 when he wanted be able to serve the needs of the hedge fund industry better. He realized that it was a growing market, so he formed a specialized firm.

Lime Crime CEO and NYC Doll Maker Fight Back Against Artist and Stolen Screen Shot

Sit back and pay attention, because this one has lots of twists and turns. This is a tale about Lime Crime makeup founder Doe Deere, her friend and NYC Pidgin doll maker Joshua David McKenney, an Instagram screen shot and well-known artist Richard Prince and his so-called lazy art.

Lime Crime makeup is full of fabulous, wild and crazy color palettes created by its beauty-forward founder Doe Deere. Her company makes cosmetics for those who “express themselves unapologetically.” As she aptly puts it at her About me page, “Lime Crime is freedom to be you!”

Doe Deere is living her mission with bold, happy makeup colors against her blue, cotton candy-colored mane. Her star following of some 300,000-plus on her Instagram account gets her noticed around the globe. Apparently, an artist known as Richard Prince was obsessed with her beauty and pop culture status, taking a screen shot off her Instagram and making a fortune selling it.

What’s the problem?

There are several. First of all, when you’re a famous artist, you can march right past the copyright laws of the photo you’re stealing and rake in tons of dough selling the shot by including some creative text around it.

Doe Deere is very engaged with her Lime Crime makeup community on social media. Her global fan base adores her and her one-of-a-kind makeup company, sending photo after photo to Instagram, decked out in wild Lime Crime lipsticks, liners and shadows.

Richard Prince liked the screen shot of Doe Deere posing with a look-alike custom made doll in matching outfit, hair and cosmetics. So, he took Doe Deere’s screen shot and removed the Instagram caption, thereby eliminating the talented doll maker’s Pidgin custom work and never seeking permission.

The so-called lazy art, as many call this type of vision, ended up hanging at NYC’s Freize Art Fair and later selling for $90,000. The buyer’s name hasn’t been revealed.

Doe Deere is speaking out on behalf of her friend, the cult-fave doll maker Joshua David McKenney. His stunning 23-inch fashion dolls have become favorites with celebrities like Mariah Carey and Taylor Swift.

Although his Pidgin custom dolls have been thrust into the spotlight, McKenney’s still upset the way another artist, Mr. Prince, removed the voice from his doll making. By blotting out the caption and credit on Doe Deere’s Instagram photo, McKenney’s work suddenly became invisible.

 

Critics of Richard Prince’s lazy art have blasted him, calling what he does “theft: not art.”

Read further at https://galoremag.com/lime-crime-creator-doe-deere-colors-haters/

JustFab: A Truly Fabulous Fashion Retailer

JustFab is a popular fashion retailer that caters to women everywhere. Not only does this major fashion company feel that all women should look their absolute best, but they feel that looking their best should be affordable and not overpriced in the least. In fact, their mission is to do just that, enable women worldwide to emphasize their beauty, but without paying astronomical prices.

The fashion dominator
JustFab is a leader in women’s fashion, and not only does the company pride itself on creating the most attractive and exclusive fashions, but they treat their customers with friendliness and respect. Their in-store sales professionals are very eager to exceed the customers’ needs, and they’re available to answer questions, assist with finding the perfect outfit, and much more.

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JustFab Summer Shop

Sensational shoes
Regardless of what type of shoes a woman likes, she can likely find several pairs that she will adore at JustFab. JustFab’s shoes are one-of-a-kind and as unique as they are eye-catching.

Figure-flattering attire
It doesn’t matter what size a woman wears, most of them are concerned about their figures. Either they feel they’re too large or too small, in many cases. This is another reason why JustFab is so fabulous, because their clothes are designed to fit in a manner that flatters the figure in various ways. Regardless of a woman’s individual size or shape, it’s always possible to find the perfect figure-flattering outfit. From minimizing a woman’s waistline, to accentuating the bust-line, and more, JustFab’s clothes can significantly boost a woman’s self-confidence and self-esteem.

JustFab will continue to go above and beyond to assist women with reaching the stars when it comes to beauty, fashion, and looking their absolute best. This fashion giant has already expanded in many ways, as they currently have a children’s line of fashion, as well a men’s active wear line. No one knows what the future holds for JustFab, but chances are it will be great.

Learn more about JustFab:
 http://www.fabkids.com/