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Far Cry 6 is Ubisoft’s big blockbuster shooter and Insanity is the first big DLC episode

You play as Vaas from Far Cry 3 and try to escape his mind

It’s a roguelike First Person Shooter that has you playing the same level over and over again.

Insanity is the first big DLC drop for Far Cry 6. It takes a totally different approach from the main game and plays more like a roguelike: Going through the same level over and over again while keeping some form of progression to make a new run slightly easier.

If you think about it, this is actually the perfect genre for a game featuring Vaas. You may recall his famous quote from Far Cry 3: Did I ever tell you what the definition of insanity is? Insanity is doing the exact… same f*cking thing… over and over again expecting… sh*t to change…

Did I ever tell you the definition of insanity? – Vaas

The definition of insanity

The game has five mind levels, each with increased difficulty and even the first one will pose quite the challenge as somehow it seems the enemy AI has received quite the upgrade since the base game: enemies spot you from a greater distance and they shoot with deadly accuracy.

While you lose a lot of things when you perish, you, fortunately, get to hold on to a few permanent upgrades like weapon enhancements and personal traits like a larger health bar or a larger amount of cash that you keep after dying.

Left: weapon upgrades, Right: the mirror for personal enhancements

Anything else is lost upon dying though, including any of the three dagger pieces that Citra, your sister/lover, requires you to gather to escape Vaas’ mind and that you may have gathered during your previous run. This makes dying really demotivating so best try your best to stay alive.

Getting around

Usually, roguelikes have randomly generated levels to keep you on your toes, but in Far Cry 6: Insanity you only have one map layout, and places you’ve visited do get remembered and marked on the map.

While players may have gotten used to fast-traveling and dropping in with a wingsuit and a parachute in the main Far Cry 6 experience, Insanity makes you travel the entire distance on foot. Luckily, the map is not too large and there are a few doors that teleport you across the level.

I a-door you!

As mentioned earlier, you’ll need to find three scattered pieces of Citra’s blade and there will be a difficult challenge waiting for you at each location. To better prepare yourself you should upgrade Vaas’ stats and overcome the trials that give you a 1UP, but even that won’t be easy.

You can also find several weapon challenges on the map that will reward you with a new gun to use when you’ve beaten X amount of enemies. The downside is that these weapons are also lost when you die, but it IS possible to just buy them from the starting Safe Zone if you prefer.

A gun is more fun.

A trip through the mind of Vaas

The DLC takes places moments after Vaas loses to Jason Brody, the protagonist of Far Cry 6. While he obviously doesn’t survive that encounter, it’s like we’re playing in a state of limbo and Vaas has to come to terms with the events in his life that made him his charming criminal self.

The way this is told is masterful, with among others a hotel you visit and each room requiring you to reconstruct a memory from his past life. Because we’re not exactly in the realm of reality, however, the environments are exaggerated and look simply stunning. The supernatural elements really make each location feel distinct and discovering them is almost a reward in itself.

eye see you!

Without a doubt, the true star of Far Cry 6: Insanity is Vaas himself, voiced by Michael Mando. He talks to himself and has funny quips throughout the game like whoops, my hand slipped when performing a takedown on enemies or praising his own writing when he rediscover a letter he once wrote to Citra.

While encountering a hill covered in blood with arms growing out of the soil like the undead are about to walk the earth again, he makes light of the situation with a snappy High five.

High five!

Random elements

Like I’ve mentioned before, it’s usually the random elements in roguelikes that make each new run exciting but these aren’t present in Far Cry 6: Insanity so it may be hard to motivate yourself to go for the higher mind levels after beating the game once. Outside of the achievements and some items you unlock to use in the main game, there is no reason to keep revisiting this content and that’s perhaps the biggest strike against it.

The only thing that truly alters your gameplay are the hearts you find dropped by enemies, in chests around the world, or when you shoot rare golden rodents. These hearts offer bonuses like faster reloading, more ammo dropped by enemies, or getting extra Cash from performing takedowns, to name a few.

How long to beat and complete?

How long does it take to beat the Insanity DLC? Not counting all the times you’ve possibly died trying to beat the episode, it should take around 2 hours to beat the game and see the credits roll.

There’s also one for completely upgrading Vaas and his weapon loadout, so prepare to grind it out if you’re a completionist.

How can I acces the Insanity DLC episode?

It’s a bit weird that I even have to include this bit in the review, but it seems like a lot of people have issues with playing the DLC even if they already own it through the Season Pass.

You download it. You’ll manually have to search for the DLC episode by browsing to it in the store on the platform you’re playing on and only after it’s fully installed will you be able to play. Makes sense, but it’s weird that the in-game options don’t allow you to do so.

Finding the game is part of the challenge

Final thoughts on Far Cry 6: Insanity Pros A roguelike setup perfectly fits Vaas and his definition of insanity The game looks fantastic and has some really cool locations It’s challenging but each new run makes it more doable Cons There are not enough random elements to make you want to replay the episode after beating it Getting around on foot can feel pretty slow when you’re used to the travel options from the main game

Final Score: 4/5

Far Cry 6: Insanity is a perfect example of DLC done right. It offers an entirely new gameplay experience in a fantastic-looking setting that doesn’t feel the need to stay grounded in reality. You’ll visit a few amazing-looking places and Vaas will be narrating the entire time with funny quips and hilarious jabs. If anything, this DLC episode only cements him further as the best Far Cry antagonist of all time.

DLC Episode 1 Insanity can be purchased separately for $14.99 or as part of the season pass. If you want to find out the upcoming content and if the season pass is worth it, be sure to check our Far Cry 6 content Roadmap.

*Disclaimer: Reviewed on Xbox Series X. Far Cry 6 Season Pass code provided by Ubisoft for the purpose of this review.

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Playing Hockey On A Sled Totally Changes The Game

It brings me such joy and pride to watch the amazing and inspiring athletes at the Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. As an avid sports fan, I’m cheering on Canada’s para ice hockey team. And as a biomedical engineer, I also have a fascination with how para athletes perform and how I can help to make them better. Many years ago, when I played on a men’s recreational hockey team, a good friend and my linemate had an accident off the ice that left him a paraplegic. As he lay in the hospital bed, I introduced him to the local para ice hockey coach to show him there was something to look forward to—he could still play hockey. As his rehab went on through the years, my friend took his para hockey skill level from requiring a pusher to being a goal scorer. A pusher is an able-bodied skater who pushes the para hockey player, allowing them to become involved in community level games. His upper body mobility returned. It was inspiring to watch. My friend’s life-changing accident became something that would also change mine. Over the years, I have coached many hockey schools and teams. My love for hockey has inspired my research in engineering and science and allowed my research to blossom. I have focused my career on the biomedical and biomechanical analysis of skating—rehab, performance enhancement, injury prevention, and sport development.

The biomechanics of para hockey are completely different than “upright” hockey. The motion is so different that current research on hockey is basically useless to sled hockey players.

Skating styles and skills

Skating in para hockey closely resembles double poling in cross-country skiing. Sitting on a sled equipped with two skate blades and chassis (para hockey was originally called sled hockey), players use two sled hockey sticks to move themselves and the sled across the ice surface. The sticks have elongated blades at one end for puck control, and a flip of the stick with the picks at the other end allows the player to produce motion—the only way to produce motion.

Players of the Italian Ice Hockey team during practice at the Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Joel Marklund/Olympic Information Service

When I found out there was little research involving para hockey and no biomechanical research—I started working with my co-prof Dean Hay, a researcher and professor at Nipissing University, to investigate key skating styles.

Using community and provincial level players, we investigated various skating styles on-ice with video analysis and surface electromyography (sEMG), a process used to collect biological signals from the muscle of intent to infer the level of muscle activation.

As my research progressed, I created an off-ice sled that replaced the double skate blades of the ice sled with roller blades. Taking the sled off the ice allowed me to conduct biomechanical-specific research involving motion capture (MOCAP), sEMG, and force plates.

MOCAP regenerates three-dimensional marker locations onto a computer screen. From these marker locations, many mathematical and physics laws can be used to gain information regarding the tracked movement. Force plates collect three-dimensional ground reaction forces and positioning during contact. From these impact forces, many physics laws can be mathematically calculated to determine information regarding the body segments and joints.

My research produced some key biomechanical information. A typical impact force from a single stick with minimal to no effort produces two times the body weight of the person producing the stroke.

To put this into perspective, jumping can be greater than four times body weight ,and running and stair climbing is more than two times body weight—meaning skating in para hockey is more similar to lower limb activities than it is to upper limb sports.

Physics laws applied to hockey

Some key mechanical results involving skating were also found. Skating is harder than predicted, with balance in the sled being the major limitation in order to perform the stroke correctly.

As well, a majority of the strokes from the lower-ranking participants involved a pulling motion instead of the mathematically and mechanically correct pushing motion. Again, to put this in perspective, a person would typically push a box across the floor instead of pulling the box, because it’s easier.

This information is paramount to those beginning their athletic careers in para hockey and for those who are coaching para athletes. Ensuring players can maintain balance in the sled, and guidance to produce the pushing motion, should be seen as fundamental skating skills.

Here are some key techniques coaches and new para players should focus on:

● Skating is fundamental to the sport. The ability to balance within the sled is an important skill that can be developed both on and off the ice.

● To develop the push motion instead of the pull motion, skaters should plant the sticks in a forward direction. New players tended to keep their sticks upright rather than forward.

● When double poling, which is the most common stroke, players should aim to have their arms move as symmetrically as possible.

● Results suggest that a more open arm (less bent elbow) allows for a more forward stick plant, which should improve the stroke.

I have presented some of my research at international conferences on the biomechanics of sport.

My research continues on-ice and in the direction of READi (Research and Education in Accessibility, Design, and Innovation) with the help of Prof. Adrian Chan. We plan to conduct a longitudinal study involving the potential for injuries caused from skating, which will hopefully bring awareness and knowledge to players and coaches at the international level.

My end goal and hope is to create a long-term development plan for the sport of para hockey in order to help it continue to grow from grassroots to Paralympians, hopefully helping some young hockey player reach their gold medal dreams.

Alicia M Gal is a PhD candidate for biomedical engineering at Carleton University. This article was originally featured on The Conversation.

Why The War On Smartphone Bezels Is Going Too Far

The battle to kill the smartphone bezel is going too far. In just a few hours, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 10, a gorgeous phone dripping with visual appeal mostly due to its bezel-less design. 

And I’m done with all of it. I’ll admit that Infinity Displays and Dewdrop screens make for gorgeous renders—you need look no further than the leaked Note 10 shots to see that. But when you get past the prettiness, the only thing that thin bezels do is make our phones harder to use and easier to break.

Less bezel, more problems

The dream, of course, is to make the world’s first completely bezel-less phone. Several companies have shown off pie-in-the-sky concepts that shift components and buttons away from the screen, or under it—Oppo has already developed an in-screen selfie camera. Barely-there bezels are already a sign that you’ve paid more for your smartphone than you probably should, but the ultimate status symbol will be owning the first phone with a 100-percent screen-to-body ratio.

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Samsung dramatically reduced the bezels on the Galaxy S10+ (right) as compared to the S9.

Once you get over the gorgeousness of curved glass, though, what are we really gaining with edge-to-edge displays? They’re more breakable, and more prone to accidental touches.

Once you’ve lost front-facing stereo speakers, iris scanners, and IR blasters, you’ve lost a lot of the character, too. Ever-shrinking handsets have even sacrificed battery capacity, all in the name of bezel-free displays.

Now there’s a good chance that selfie cams, too, are going to get worse before they get better. Oppo’s in-screen camera has a lower quality than usual selfie cams, so it relies on algorithms for things like haze removal, HDR, and white balance. Based on my experiences with computational photography that isn’t powered by Google’s AI, results have been less than stellar.

Apple’s iPhone XS is pretty close to the sweet spot. Compared to the Galaxy S10’s barely-there display edges, its two-millimeter bezels may as well be an inch thick. The iPhone XS is easier to hold, easier to unlock, and just as nice to look at, but Samsung would never dream of offering a flagship phone without an Infinity Display, even if using it is a balancing act between slippery and cumbersome.

Biometric breakdown

I’m not sure these onscreen fingerprint sensors count as progress. I’ve tested several, and none are even remotely as good as a physical scanner. They’re slower and clumsier, and at least half the time they simply don’t work on the first few attempts.

Michael Simon/IDG

In-display fingerprint sensors may look futuristic, but they’re a step backward.

It’s clear that the all-important next-gen biometric has taken a back seat to phone makers’ relentless assault on bezels. Samsung even dumped the iris scanner on the S10 after the bezel shrank too much for it to fit. 

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The iPhone XR, left, has thicker bezels than the One Plus 6T, Pixel 3 XL, and Galaxy Note 9, but it might be the best of the bunch. 

Google to the rescue

That’s why the Pixel 4 might be the most intriguing phone of 2023. Last week, Google showed off one of the premier features of its upcoming handset, and it requires a bit more bezel than you’ll find in the Note 10. In addition to a secure facial-recognition biometric, the Pixel 4 will also include a new way to control your phone. 


Google has crammed an array of cameras and sensors inside the Pixel 4’s top bezel.

If you took a poll of smartphone users asking whether they would be willing to sacrifice innovation, battery life, functionality, and fragility for smaller bezels, I’m pretty sure that close to 100 percent of responders would happily take a couple millimeters of bezel. It’ll be interesting to see whether Google’s stand against the trend will remind the rest of the smartphone world that real beauty is only bezel-deep.

Livedrive Online Backup Review: Elegant, Fast, And A Bit Pricey

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Quite often, reviewing a product is simply a matter of waiting for it to do something wrong. Sometimes, the wait is minimal. Or, as is the case with Livedrive, it’s seemingly interminable—the “something wrong” just hasn’t happened. The Livedrive client installed cleanly, functions smoothly, and was quite a bit faster than I expected for a service based across the Atlantic. Nice. 

Note: For more about data backup, see our best free backup software/services and the best Windows backup software roundups.

Setup and features

Livedrive is distinct in its attention to detail. For instance, installation dialog text can often appear so small and unreadable on my iMac’s 5K display, but Livedrive’s renderings were perfectly legible. Beyond that, the setup overall suffered nary a hiccup, and I was up and running in very short order. 

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Like Carbonite Safe, the Livedrive client will automatically select your most important data (i.e., the Documents, Pictures, Movies, etc. folders in Windows), and once you log in to your account, start backing up the minute you give it the go-ahead. I chose to pare down a bit as I have a large amount of data that is already backed up. As you can see below, Livedrive makes it easy to select or deselect what you want. You can also skip this step entirely as Livedrive grabs the obvious folders to back up anyway.


While Livedrive will select important data on its own, you may also select and deselect files and folders as necessary. This is the initial setup dialog. The user “centre” selection pane is more compact

Backups are refreshed every hour, but you can change that frequency, as well as choose the time of day backups begin. In the event you need to restore data, this action can be easily accomplished using the client software as shown below, or you can download the data via Livedrive’s web portal.


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Livedrive’s base pricing is reasonable at $9 a month for unlimited data backed up from a single PC. There’s also a Briefcase sync service (think iCloud, OneDrive, Dropbox, etc.) with a generous 2TB of space for $16 a month, as well as a combination of both online backup and Briefcase for $25 a month. The Briefcase options are rather pricey considering the aforementioned alternatives, or even online backup competitor iDrive,  which offers syncing as part of its standard backup plan. 

For security, Livedrive uses transfer layer security (TLS, the successor to the NSA-supported SSL) and two-factor authentication. The service also ensures that data is distributed across multiple locations and obfuscated so it can’t be linked to an individual account. It also conforms with all EU privacy laws for Britain’s continental brethren.



This was the beginning of an approximately 80GB backup, but the speed of 56MBps was maintained almost throughout. Note that this is from San Francisco to the UK.

Nor do you have to worry about the backup’s impact on system performance. Livedrive had backed up 34.5GB of a 250GB backup without my even noticing it. Backups that don’t disturb your computing day are nice. 


Editor’s note: Because online services are often iterative, gaining new features and performance improvements over time, this review is subject to change in order to accurately reflect the current state of the service. Any changes to text or our final review verdict will be noted at the top of this article.

How Cap Theorem Is Different From Acid Properties?

Introduction to CAP Theorem

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Key Points of CAP Theorem

The three aspects of the CAP theorem are consistency, Availability, and Partition tolerance. Let’s first discuss all of these separately then we will join the pieces.

1. Consistency

According to this theorem, all connected nodes of the distributed system see the same value at the same time and partial transactions will not be saved. Suppose there are multiple steps inside a transaction and due to some malfunction some middle operation got corrupted, now if part of the connected nodes read the corrupted value, the data will be inconsistent and misleading. So according to the CAP principle, we will not allow such a transaction. A transaction cannot be executed partially. It will always be ‘All or none’. If something goes wrong in between the execution of a transaction, the whole transaction needs to be rolled back.

2. Availability

According to this, the connected or distributed systems should remain operational all the time. There should be a response for every client request in the system irrespective of a particular node is being available or not. Though in a practical scenario it is purely based on the traffic requirements. The key point of this is every functioning node must return a response for all read and write requests in a reasonable amount of time.

3. Partition Tolerance

According to the partition tolerance policy, if a subpart of the network is compromised, the entire distributed system should not go down. A system that is partition tolerance should recover fast from partial outrage. In practical scenarios partition tolerance cannot be an optional criterion, it should be maintained thoroughly. So adhering CAP theorem became always a choice between high consistency and high availability.

Why CAP Theorem is Important?

We cannot maintain all three principles of the CAP theorem simultaneously. Theoretically, we can maintain only CA, CP, or AP.

Consistency and Availability: These are systems with high consistency and very lesser downtime but the option of partition tolerance is not enforced. For example, network issues can down the entire distributed RDBMS system.

Consistency and Partition Tolerance: These systems adhere to high consistency and partition tolerance but there is a risk of some data being unavailable. Ex. MongoDB.

Availability and Partition Tolerance: These systems adhere to high availability and partition tolerance but there is a risk of reading inconsistent data. Ex. Cassandra.

How CAP Theorem is Different from ACID Properties?

Before we see about the differences, let’s first see about the ACID properties in brief:

1. Atomicity

All changes to data are performed as a single operation. That is, all or none, either all of the operations are performed or one of them is performed. For example, in an application we are transferring funds from one account to another, the atomicity property ensures that, if a debit is made successfully from one account, then the associated credit is also done to the other account.

2. Consistency 3. Isolation

All transactions should be executed in isolation from other transactions. During concurrent transaction execution, intermediate transaction results from parallel executed transactions should be mutually exclusive. Failure of one module should not affect another transaction.

4. Durability

After every successful transaction, the changes made in the database should persist. Even if the system comprises or failed somehow, still the successfully committed or aborted operations should persist. Now we can see that, these terms technically refer to different things. The way in which they are related is that a distributed database system that guarantees the ACID transactions must choose consistency over availability according to the CAP Theorem (i.e it is a CP system).

On the other hand, if a distributed database chooses availability over consistency in accordance with the CAP Theorem (suppose it is an AP system), it cannot tightly follow the properties of the ACID principles.


In this article we have seen the principles of CAP theorem and why this is still important in the current context. We also saw how the CAP theorem differs or is related to another database design principle (ACID). In most practical use cases the principle of partition tolerance needs to be followed always and it becomes a choice between high availability and high consistency.

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Timeless Short Hairstyles For Women

Advantages of Short Hairstyles

Low-maintenance − Short hair requires less maintenance than long hair, making it a convenient option for busy women who don’t have time for elaborate styling routines.

Versatility − Despite being short, there are many different ways to style short hair, from adding texture to creating sleek, sophisticated looks.

Easy to manage − Short hair is easier to manage than long hair, which can be prone to tangles and knots. Short hair is also less likely to get caught in clothing or caught in the wind.

Accentuates facial features − Short hairstyles can help to highlight and accentuate your facial features, making them a great option for women who want to draw attention to their eyes, cheekbones, or jawline.

Cool and comfortable − Short hair is often cooler and more comfortable than long hair, especially in hot weather.

Overall, short hairstyles offer a convenient, versatile, and stylish option for women who want a low-maintenance, easy-to-manage hairstyle that accentuates their best features.

Tips For Choosing the Right Short Hairstyle for Your Face Shape and Hair Type

Choosing the right short hairstyle for your face shape and hair type can be challenging, but these tips can help you make the right choice −

Consider your face shape

Your face shape plays a crucial role in determining the right short hairstyle for you. For example, if you have a round face, you may want to avoid short hairstyles that add volume to the sides of your head, as this can make your face appear wider.

Think about your hair type

Your hair type will also affect the way your short hairstyle looks and feels. If you have thick, coarse hair, you may want to consider a short hairstyle with layers to add movement and texture. If you have fine hair, you may want to opt for a short haircut that adds volume and body.

Look for inspiration

Look for inspiration from magazines, online tutorials, and social media to find short hairstyles that you like and that suit your face shape and hair type. Bring pictures of your desired hairstyle to your stylist to ensure they can recreate the look.

Consider your personal style

Your personal style is an important factor in choosing the right short hairstyle. If you prefer a classic, elegant look, you may want to opt for a sleek bob or pixie cut. If you prefer a more edgy, avant-garde style, you may want to consider a textured, choppy haircut.

By considering these tips, you can choose the right short hairstyle that flatters your face shape, suits your hair type, and matches your personal style.

Short Hairstyles for Different Occasions

Short hairstyles are versatile and can be styled to suit different occasions. Here are some short hairstyles for different occasions −

Casual occasions − For casual occasions, such as running errands or meeting friends, a messy bob or pixie cut can be a great option. These hairstyles are low-maintenance and look effortless, giving you a relaxed, laid-back vibe.

Work or business events − For work or business events, a sleek bob or lob haircut can look professional and sophisticated. You can add some texture or volume to the hair to create more interest and movement.

Formal events − For formal events, such as weddings or galas, a chic updo or sleek, polished bob can look elegant and glamorous. You can add some accessories, such as a sparkly hairpin or headband, to add some sparkle and shine.

Sports events − For sports events, a short, layered haircut can be a good option, as it won’t get in your way and will keep you cool during physical activity.

Overall, short hairstyles can be styled to suit different occasions, from casual outings to formal events. By choosing the right hairstyle for the occasion, you can feel confident, comfortable, and stylish wherever you go.

Short Hairstyles for Different Age Groups

Short hairstyles can be a great choice for women of all ages. Here are some short hairstyles for different age groups −

Young adults − For young adults, a pixie cut or a bob haircut can be a great option. These hairstyles are trendy and stylish, and they can be customized to suit your personal style.

Middle-aged women −For middle-aged women, a layered bob or a lob (long bob) can be a good choice. These hairstyles are versatile and can be styled in different ways, from sleek and polished to messy and tousled.

Mature women − For mature women, a short, layered haircut can be a great option. This type of haircut can add volume and texture to thinning hair and can be styled to suit different occasions.

Overall, short hairstyles can be customized to suit different age groups and personal styles. By choosing the right haircut for your age and personal style, you can look and feel confident, stylish, and beautiful at any age.

Maintenance And Care for Short Hairstyles

Short hairstyles require regular maintenance and care to keep them healthy and looking their best. Here are some tips for maintaining and caring for short hairstyles −

Wash and condition your hair at least once a week to keep it clean and healthy. Use a mild shampoo and conditioner that are suitable for your hair type.

Use a leave-in conditioner. Use a leave-in conditioner to keep your hair hydrated and nourished. Apply a small amount of conditioner to your hair after washing it, and leave it in without rinsing.

Avoid over-styling − Over-styling your hair can cause damage and breakage. Avoid using too many hair products and limit the use of heat styling tools, such as hairdryers and flat irons.

Trim your hair regularly to keep it in shape and prevent split ends. Aim to trim your hair every 6 to 8 weeks.

Protect from the sun − Protect your hair from the sun by wearing a hat or applying a UV protection spray. The sun can cause damage to your hair and scalp, leading to dryness and breakage.

Eat a healthy diet − Eat a balanced and healthy diet to promote healthy hair growth. Food rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals, such as leafy greens, eggs, and salmon, can help keep your hair healthy and strong.

By following these tips, you can maintain and care for your short hairstyle, keeping it healthy and looking its best. With proper maintenance and care, your short hairstyle can continue to look great and suit your personal style.


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