Though being beautiful is blessing from the God, you can enhance your beauty by taking good beauty care of it on regular basis. Usually, people with oily skin are most likely to develop facial problems such as acnes, pimples and blackheads. Facial oil attracts dirt and dust from the environment, causing adverse effect to the cleanliness of the face. The dirt will cause the skin to develop acnes and pimples. Moreover, facial oil will clog the facial pores and leads to the accumulation of dead skin cells, causing blackheads. After his education, Salman Rushdie stayed in England and started to assimilate into western culture. In 1976, he married Clarissa Luard, a proper English woman. They had a son named Zafar in 1980, but the marriage ended in divorce seven years later. The next year, Rushdie married Marianne Wiggins, an American novelist, but life was too stressful during Rushdie’s hiding, so the marriage did not last. Elizabeth West was his third wife in 1997, and they had a son named Milan. But in 2000, after four decades in London, Rushdie left Elizabeth and his two children and moved to New York, explicitly, to Padma Lakshmi, his fourth and current wife since 2004 (Ahmad 1322). His love relationships definitely had an impact on Rushdie as well as his works. Another theme in his stories is searching and obtaining love. Since Rushdie’s life engendered many ideas due to his complex encounters, he was able to win steady fame. In America, many women put a lot of effort into looking extremely put-together and done-up.Â French style is less about appearing perfect and more about appearing effortless. I love Italy!!! It is a great country. Who lives there??? I love the art food music culture and great buildings. Where do you want to live when grow up? What type of job do you want when your 15 years old?? I want to be a baker or a cashier. Some trends go out of style pretty quickly. Although most people were used to scrimping and saving by the beginning of the 1940’s, the war still came as a shock. Only a few decades after World War I, men were sent overseas once more and women were once again left to hold down the fort, help with the war effort and cultivate their independence. While the war effort was hard on the entire country, however, it was particularly hard on the skin care industry. Factories and manufacturing plants of all types were being turned over to munitions and supplies companies. Raw materials such as oils and chemicals were also being diverted to the war effort. Many of the top European skin care manufacturers were dealing with nightly raids, bombings and even occupation. With few shipments coming in from Europe and few American supplies available, beauty products were subject to the same war rationing as other luxuries such as food, clothing and household objects. Even the beauty magazines began to question their priorities when a Vogue magazine writer wrote an article asking whether it was patriotic for women to think about their appearance in the midst of a war.