Emo hairstyle

EMOEmo Hairstyle Basics

coloring the bangs in a spectrum of shades that range from light to dark or vice versa is a real eye catcher. Popular colors for highlights currently tend to be red or purple.

Highlighting the layers on long emo haircuts is also another popular styling technique. One of the most common emo hairstyles is to dye the hair jet black and styling it with long bangs. Other popular colors include blue, red, and purple.

No special hair styling equipment is necessary fro an emo haircut. However, if you need to straighten your hair for the right effect, then you might need to obtain a hair straightener or iron if you don‘t already have one.

Follow these steps to create the spikes or shaggy look:

Emo hairstyle tips #1
Grow your hair out. You are going to have to take some time to let your hair grow.

Emo hairstyle tips #2
Get a good cut. You can go to a salon/ask a trustworthy friend to cut your hair. The cut should be layered in long, jagged sections.emo

Emo hairstyle tips #3
Cut the ends using a razor. The razor will cut jagged and narrow edges to your hair.

Emo hairstyle tips #4
Style your hair immediately after shampooing while it is still wet. If you aren‘t planning to shampoo your hair at the time, simply wet your hair.

Emo hairstyle tips #5
Place a generous amount of gel on your hair and work it through with your fingers.

Emo hairstyle tips #6
Straighten you hair completely. Put on a smoothing gel and comb it so that it is smooth.

Emo hairstyle tips #7
Thin out the hair. If your hair is thick, you might want to have it thinned first. Don’t try this at home since thinning your locks will cause problems if done incorrectly.

Emo hairstyle tips #8
Blow dry your hair until it is completely or almost completely dry.

Emo hairstyle tips #9
Add more gel as needed to maintain your spikes.

Emo hairstyle tips #10
Avoid using a brush once you have styled your emo haircut.

Emo hairstyle tips #11
If you want to ensure that your hair stays set, use a strong–hold hairspray to spray it generously.
emoA spray shine can be used to add brightness to your hair.

Since the emo haircut focuses on its uneven look, you can shorten one side of your hair if you have long hair to get an idea of what you will look like with it. In fact, you can tie or clip your hair up to get an idea without cutting your hair.

Both boys and girls can try this style. Gud Luck with your hair  😉


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Public block roads in South Kodagu

Members of sthree shakti sangha staging a protest.  dh photoVarious organisations staged road block against the deplorable condition of the road in South Kodagu at Kanur Junction in Ponnampet on Wednesday. 

Roads at Kutta, Kanoor-Ponnampet and Srimangala are in pathetic condition and are causing inconvenience to the movement of vehicles. Protestors blocked the road from 6 am to 6 pm.

Kutta mathu Nalkeri Raithapi Janara Horata Samithi, Srimagala Nagarika Horata Samithi, Sthree Shakthi organisations, and several other organisations took part in the protest. The protestors said State Highway 89 in Ponnampet, Hudikeri, T Shettigeri, Srimangala, Kutta roads must be widened and underground drainage must be constructed. The bridges must be rebuilt. Ponnampet, Nalkeri, Badaga, Kutta roads must be asphalted. The movement heavy laden vehicles must be banned, they said.

In spite of heavy rains, the protestors came in large number and took part in the protest. Sthree Shakthi Sangha members had put chairs in the middle of the road and blocked the movement of vehicles. School vehicles returned back due to the protest. Protestors allowed only emergency service vehicles. Some of the private schools had declared holiday. Gonikoppa-Ponnampet buses were plying. Even bus owners had extended their support to the protest.

MP Vishwanath, Deputy Commissioner Ashwathanarayana Gowda, Tahsildar Sathish Kumar visited the spot. The protestors gheroaed PWD Executive Engineer Ravikumar, Assistant Engineer Dharmaraj.

MLC M C Nanaiah assured to take measures to repair the roads. Former minister Suma Vasanth, Congress President Veena Acchaiah and others visited the spot. 

[Source: DHNS ]

National seminar on coffee on Dec 13

Coorg CoffeeKushalnagar Rotary Club will organise ‘Coffee Gidadinda Battalige,’ a national seminar on December 13 at Veerabhumi Pravasi Grama at Kudlur near Kushalnagar.

 The seminar aims at bringing the problems faced by coffee growers to the attention of Central and State government and to urge them to take steps to revive and rejuvenate coffee cultivation.

Seminar Convener P K Devaiah addressing a news conference said that India’s coffee cultivation has a glorious history of 180 years but at present it is made to face several challenges due to unfavourable weather condition and market fluctuation. The seminar aims at finding solutions for various problems threatening coffee cultivation.

Over 600 people from different parts of India where coffee is cultivated will take part in the programme.

The resolutions passed during the programme will be submitted to both state as well as central government for action, he informed.

He said that there are as many as 2 lakh coffee growers in Kodagu district alone, Chikmagalur and Hassan district has about 2.5 lakh growers. In Kodagu, he said over 80 per cent of the growers are dependent on coffee cultivation for livelihood.

“If the problems of coffee growers are not solved at the earliest, the economic condition will deteriorate leaving the families dependent on coffee cultivation in a miserable condition,” Devaiah said and added that price fluctuation, labour problems, disease affecting coffee plants and various other problems have added to the miseries of the cultivators.

“Coffee is widely grown in Western Ghats, which is suitable for coffee cultivation and large number of trees which are grown to provide shade to coffee plants are contributing towards ecological well being. Government must give permission to the coffee growers to cut the trees grown on their land when the price of coffee slashes,” said Devaiah.
Rotary Club President K S Rajashekar, former president Dr S P Dharanendra and others were present.

[Source: DHNS]

Coffee package soon, says MP

Coorg CoffeeMadikeri: Mysore MP A.H. Vishwanath said on Wednesday that the special package proposal for coffee growers was before the Union Finance Department awaiting clearance and could be released soon.

He was speaking to presspersons here after offering “Tulabhara” at the Sri Padi Iggutappa Temple in Kakkabe, near Napoklu, the presiding deity of the people of Kodagu. Rice was offered in equivalent to Mr. Vishwanath’s weight in a balance to complete the “Tulabhara”.

The proposal had gone from the Commerce Ministry to the Finance Department, he said. The package would be released soon and in view of this, the growers should drop their plan to organise a Kodagu bandh on November 16, Mr. Vishwanath said.

Asked whether the special package was being delayed owing to pressure from large growers that their loans on purchase of land and plantations too should be included in the package, Mr. Vishwanath replied in the negative.

He denied rumours that he had succumbed to the large growers’ lobby to support them. Reiterating his appeal to the growers to drop the bandh plan, Mr. Vishwanath said staging protests was a democratic right of the people, but as the package would be released soon, the growers should call off the proposed bandh.

When his attention was drawn to the agitation by the residents of several villages at Ponnampet today over the poor road conditions, Mr. Vishwanath said he would take it up at a meeting scheduled to be held at the Old Assembly Hall on Thursday.

Mr. Vishwanath arrived at the Padi Iggutappa Temple along with his supporters to offer “Tulabhara” around noon. He had vowed to offer puja at the Iggutappa temple in Kakkabe, Talacauvery, Emmemadu Dargah near Napoklu and at the St. Michael’s Church here, if he won the elections from Mysore Lok Sabha constituency.

 [Source: The Hindu]

State releases Rs 12 cr for drinking water projects in Kodagu district

KodaguThe State government has agreed to release Rs 12 crore for implementation of drinking water programmes in Kodagu district through Zilla Panchayat, said Deputy Speaker K G Bopaiah. 

Addressing the gathering after laying foundation for developmental works of over Rs 1 crore at Sampaje Peraje and Chembu GP limits, he said that the floods in North Karnataka will have no impact on implementation of various developmental works in the rest of the State.

He said that CM has released Rs 5 crore under special package for Kodagu district and part from this another Rs 5 crore was released to Department of Public Works by the Government on Monday. Government has also decided to release Rs 10 crore for ZP Engineering Department.

“Developmental works have increased by many folds after BJP government came to power in the State. Due to incessant rains road works have been delayed. The roads in Southern parts of Kodagu are spoilt due to rains and plying of heavy vehicles. BJP government will try its level best to solve the problems pertaining to people,” he said.

He informed that Sampaje, Chembu and Karike villages have been brought under Suvarna Gramodaya Project and there are plans to bring Peraje too under this project and develop this village too under the project. Government has released Rs 5 crore for repair of rain damages, once the amount is utilised further funds will be released, he assured.

“Farmers are being provided 50 to 75 per cent subsidy under Organic Farming Mission by the State government. Farmers must make use of the same. A sum of Rs 24 lakh is being given to every taluk for purchase of agricultural e quipment,” he added.

Bopaiah said that Karnataka stands second in implementation of Pradhan Manthri Gram Sadak Yojana and Kodagu district stands first in the State. About 28 km road works have been taken up under this project in Chembu GP limits, 22 kms in Hammiyala and 8.5 km in Peraje have been taken up. Road work of 15 kms in Kalathmadu in Virajpet is under completion.

APMC former president Subramanya Aradhya delivered keynote address. ZP Member K C Meenakumari, Madikeri Taluk Panchayat Executive Officer Putteswamy, Madikeri Taluk Panchayat former president Nagesh Kundalpady, Chembu GP Member Veena Vani and others were present. 

[Source: DHNS]

Growers to support Kodagu bundh

Kodagu Growers Federation of Madikeri taluk has expressed its support towards the Kodagu bundh call given by various organisations on November 16, demanding the announcement of Rs 504.8 crore special package for the coffee growers.

Addressing a press meet on Wednesday, Committee President Panathale Vishwanath and others said the large growers federation has been lobbying the Commerce ministry to withheld the announcement of the pacakge as it will benefit small growers who own below 25 acres land. He said large growers are demanding waiving off loan borrowed for the purchase of estate. As the MP is also supporting the demand, the package was not announced and the small growers are in distress. If the packages are not announced by December, then the banks will take legal action against the growers.

He said the district administration and elected representatives are mum over disruption in poower supply and deplorable condition of roads in Kodagu. The ASEAN agreement will prove a deathknell to the coffee, pepper and rubber growers. “With the ASEAN agreement, the import duty on coffee and pepper will come down by 45 per cent. This will have an impact on its price. The loan borrpowed by the coffee growers should be waived off. Road must be repaired and India should come out of ASEAN agreement,” he added. 

It is a tragedy that farmers do not have right to fix the prices for the commodities grown. If the State and Centre fail to responds to the demands then the protest will be intensified, Vishwanath warned.

[Source: DHNS]