To nourish a forever dried up pair of hands, try a DIY mask for a deep hydration treatment! 🙋♀️✨
✔️What you need: 2 plastic gloves, 2 rubber bands, body lotion, aloe vera gel and honey
1. Mix body lotion, aloe vera gel and honey in a 1:1:1 ratio.
2. Evenly apply the mixture on your clean hands, put the gloves on and secure the ends with the rubber bands.
3. Take the gloves off after 20 minutes or once the condensation has formed in the gloves.
4. Wash them off in lukewarm water and then apply a hand cream. ...
I’ve always had a thing for hands, so this may be my favorite public art installation to date.
It’s called “Agraria” by Larry Kirkland. Posed as if casting seeds, it supposedly represents Luther Burbank’s hand, a Santa Rosa scientist, educator, humanitarian and father of late 19th and 20th century California agriculture. .
Hands are the “tool of tools”, and they’ve long been considered conduits for transforming unseen energy into the world form. In fact, the word for manifestation is formed around manus, the Latin word for hand. As an artist this so deeply resonates since it can often feel as though I’m observing my hands creating things that my mind hasn’t yet fully been able anticipate.
I actually have a severe auto immune disorder called Raynaud’s Disease which causes my hands to go white and numb whenever they’re exposed to minor cold, making it challenging for me to be able to function outdoors for extended periods of time without a heat source. They even go numb inside when I’m washing my face in the morning....or holding tools that exert pressure for extended periods of time.....or touching frozen foods in the grocery store.....or just sitting at my computer in the studio. A big catalyst for moving to California was to be in a consistently warmer climate where I could function better. Yet the older I get, the worse it becomes.
But they’re still strong and as large as my father’s hands, often covered in marks and scratches from various projects, and will always remain my favorite & most valuable tools. .
So here’s to all those beautifully worn hands out there, creating and manifesting so many valuable things. .
#Auburn WR Seth Williams is in a prime position to insert himself in the top WR discussion. After breaking out as a true freshman in the SEC he returns as one of the top sophomore WRs with an NFL ready build, hands, and athleticism. Look for his dominance to continue year two. #SEC#widereceiver#collegefootball#routerunning#hands#nfl ...