It appears that cheap hair pieces , which have lengthy been shamefully ignored by luxury style accessory designers, have been creating a lengthy overdue (in my opinion) comeback. Now if you are thinking I am referring to the thick padded satin or velvet headbands that you the moment made use of to hide a incredibly ugly hair day or those abominable issues known as ‘scrunchies’, that you created certain you destroyed all evidence that you ever owned any, then you are very incorrect indeed! What is most appealing about the hair accessory ‘comeback’ is that they have created a ‘comeback’ as a accurate style accessory that can take a worthy place next to any designer bag, shoes or jewellery for that matter.

Over the last couple of fashion seasons we have noticed the emergence of hair adornments and hair pieces on runways, not as an added afterthought, but as a respectable portion of the outfits and entirety of the show. Headbands and headpieces are now becoming produced with correct designer flair and workmanship, in types and utilizing materials that would previously have been challenging to picture. Take headbands for instance:

Designs

Headbands are now being intended in all sizes ranging from super slim to additional wide, in all styles ranging from the traditional difficult headband to the soft headband, the headband scarf, the head wrap and so forth.

Sizes

In addition to the change in styles and designs we have noticed a change in the way hair accessories such as headbands are worn. Headbands are now worn as component of the hairstyle, where the headband slips into the hairstyle and characteristics as a portion of the hairstyle you are wearing rather than as a way of pulling hair back off the face or concealing a negative hairstyle. Headbands or head wraps are also becoming worn on best of the hair in a ‘hippy’ style. This search can range from a genuine ‘hippy’ look utilizing leather straps and ties to a extremely glamorous bijoux hippy search working with decorative crystal adorned or metallic wraps.

Hair Styles

What’s also incredibly inspiring about hair accessories such as headbands/head wraps etc is that now, in contrast to previously, women are incorporating hair accessories such as headbands in their hair types no matter what length or style their hair is – headbands can be worn on all hair lengths ranging from brief hair to long hair and added to up-dos as well. Even females sporting severe rock chic brief hairstyles appear wonderful with a contrasting stylish headband.

To some people, changing the oil in your car is just like changing the oil in your motorcycle. Just drain out the old oil, install a new oil filter, and pour in the desired amount of new oil and your done. So when it comes time to change your motorcycle oil, why can’t you use the same oil that you use in your car? Motorcycle oil and automotive oil look and feel the same so how could there be a difference between the two?

Automotive oil looks pretty enticing at $3 a quart but any experienced motorcycle rider knows that using automotive oil in motorcycles causes serious damage. In automotive vehicles, the engine is always separate from the clutch and transmission so they have separate oils for each. In automotive engine oil, there is more of what is called “friction modifiers” to help lessen the amount of friction on engine components and improve fuel economy. Of course, improving fuel economy has always been the main goal of the automotive industry making friction modifiers a necessity for all automotive oils.

These friction modifiers that are added to automotive oils are what cause serious damages when used in motorcycles. The friction modifiers clog the clutch plates in a motorcycle’s transmission causing serious clutch slippage and disabling the motorcycle. You see, for motorcycles to be as compact as they are, they have to combine their engine and transmission into one casing. This means that everything is lubricated by only one type of oil including the valves, piston, transmission, and clutch.

Motorcycles require very little and/or no friction modifiers to help improve clutch friction and to prevent clutch slippage. But to make up for this lack of friction modifiers, motorcycle oils use higher levels of anti-wear additives such as ZDDP, also known as phosphorous, to limit engine friction and wear. Since motorcycle oil has extra anti-wear additives and is lubricating so much more than automotive oil, you can expect to pay anywhere from $9 to $15 a quart.

To some people, both oils look and feel the same but now you know the facts of each. So the next time that you decide to change your motorcycle oil, go straight to your local motorcycle dealer and buy only high quality motorcycle oil designed specifically for the type of motorcycle you own. Make sure that you change your oil periodically to keep it fresh and clean to ensure a long life for your engine, transmission, and clutch.