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Choosing a Hairstyle Based on Facial Shape

As with clothes, haircuts are not all right for you. However, unlike your clothes, you can’t just remove a crap haircut when you want to. Thus, prior to seeing the barber, know what styles look great with your facial shape.

Oval

If your face is oval, you’re a lucky boy – any haircut will do. But for the best effect, keep your hair off your forehead to add volume and angles on top. Your best choice is a classic shorter cut, with the sides short, the top a bit longer, and with side-swept parting. A forward fringe will create excessive heaviness on the forehead, soften your features, and make your face appear rounder. Forget the beard. You have no disproportionate gaps to fill in.
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Square
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A square face is as versatile as its oval counterpart. Your best option is a classic, neat haircut. Picture close fades, side partings and short layers. To add a little sharpness to your jawline, grow a little stubble, which also adds a bit of texture without blurring the line.

Rectangle

A rectangular face looks longer, so you need to avoid haircuts where the sides are too short or the top is too long, because these would only highlight the length of the face. Go for a better proportioned style, such as letting your hair fall to the sides and/or across your forehead. And avoid a full beard at all costs – it will pull down your face, making it look longer.

Round

A round will naturally have no angles, but that doesn’t mean you can’t create some using certain hairstyles. A flat top or pompadour (height on top, tight at the sides) is one, front finges another. Sharpening soft edges comes easy by squaring corners in the high recession area of your hair. A full square beard also makes your jaw look more chiseled as it visually thins out your chin.
Diamond

Hairstyles that make the forehead and chin area look wider, are the best for a diamond-shaped face. Fringes will add texture to your forehead, and longer styles that you can tuck behind your ears do well to accentuate your bone structure. But don’t cut the sides too short though, or your ears will look larger.

Heart

If your face is heart-shaped, you should avoid cuts that are too tight as they tend to accentuate a wide forehead and a narrow chin. A medium-length swept look is your best bet. And similar to the diamond face shape, a heart face shape is flattered by a beard because it adds weight around the head’s lower, narrower half.

Triangle

With the wide jawline and narrow forehead, the best hairstyle for a triangular face is the exact opposite of what works great for a heart-shaped face. The main idea is to volume up and add depth. Longer, nose-length and full-sided haircuts are the best. As for the beard, don’t go beyond a light stubble.

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Anabolic Steroids and How They Affect the Body

Anabolic steroids – more appropriately known as anabolic-androgenic steroids – are synthetic derivatives of testosterone, which is the hormone that makes a man manly.

Testosterone brings two types of effects on the body: anabolic (increase in muscle and bone mass) and androgenic (growth of facial and body hair, as well as of male genitals). Although all steroids have both anabolic and androgenic effects, synthetic types may be made to produce less of the latter.

Anabolic steroids function by aiding the body’s muscle cells in the production of more protein, which, granted the athletes work out, boosts their strength and muscle size. This, at the same time, increases the body’s production of ATP, or the “fuel” required by the muscles to move.
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Oral and Injectable Steroids
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Steroids are usually taken either as pills or through injection, generally in the buttocks’ outer upper quadrant. However, there are athletes who inject other sites in the hope that their muscle strength and/or size will increase faster in that particular area.

Cycling and Stacking

Cycling refers to the use of steroids for particular time intervals, like 12 weeks on, 6 weeks off, and so on, while stacking is the use of a number of steroids at one time. To enhance these drugs’ effects, users may mix both oral and injectable steroids.

Proper Use of Steroids

Steroids are popularly used in replacement therapy for individuals who cannot produce adequate testosterone naturally, and to treat a lot of medical conditions or diseases, such as certain cancers and anemias, tuberculosis, malnutrition and burn injuries. Of course, it is also a very popular way to speed up muscle power and size increase in athletes and bodybuilders.
Types of Steroids

Steroids come in a variety of types. What your mom or grandma takes for her arthritis is certainly not the one athletes use. As opposed to anabolic steroids, ordinary steroids usually contain cortisone or a cortisone derivative, such as prednisone, which eases swelling and is thus useful for arthritis and many other inflammatory conditions. They do not produce the masculinizing effects that anabolic steroids are known for.

Users should also know that growth hormones are not to be mistaken for anabolic steroids, as these two classes of drugs are very different.

However, these hormones are also naturally produced by the body and manufactured synthetically by different companies. In children, they are mainly responsible for the development of glands, organs, tissues, bones, muscles, etc.

Even creatine, a protein that is also popular among bodybuilders, should not be mistaken for steroids. The body produces about one gram of creatine daily, and another gram is usually consumed from meat and fish sources. Like steroids, creatine is taken by athletes in the hope of becoming stronger.