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    BOUNCY & VOLUMINOUS Beach Waves using Dyson Airwrap 💁🏼‍♀️
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    BOUNCY & VOLUMINOUS Beach Waves using Dyson Airwrap 💁🏼‍♀️

    January 17, 2020

    – I wanna share with you my
    updated how I get beachy waves using the Dyson Airwrap
    with their curlers. Let’s begin. For leave-in conditioner, I’ll
    be using by the brand OUAI and this one smells so
    good, and they did actually just come out in Ulta Beauty as well, so if you like this brand,
    definitely check them out. This stuff smells so good. I’m just gonna do several
    spritz here and there, detangle it, and I feel like after using some of her products,
    I literally don’t need to use a perfume. That could be a good or a bad thing depending how scented
    you like your products. And then I’ll be using the
    Tangle Teezer detangling brush to brush out the hair. All right so first step,
    I actually am going to use the smoothing brush to make sure the roots are nice and dry and the ends are dry because I’m not going to be
    wrappin’ the entire hair section on the curler, only a certain section, I’ll leave at least one
    to two inches off the ends so they’re not gonna dry
    on the actual barrel. So I wanna dry the ends
    and basically the roots. I’m just gonna basically comb the hair. All right, I’m gonna look
    which way I need to go first. So this one I’m gonna go on my right side. And I’ll be working in sections,
    if you have longer hair, this is gonna take a lot faster just because your hair
    is not as sectioned. Even if you have a lot of hair you can just start working from the back. I’m gonna take sections
    from the back first, and this just really makes sure that I just grab all of
    the hair from the back. And I’ll be using the Airwrap
    going down instead of up, and I’ll be wrappin’ the hair
    and holding the hair there for a good 10 to 15 seconds
    on the high heat air flow, and with the heat, and then
    turning the Cool Shot on for about 10 seconds to
    really set the curl in place. I am going to do a medium air flow, actually no, let’s do the lowest air flow with the highest heat setting. You can see the ends are
    a little bit straighter, it’s not as curly all the way down, and that’s exactly what I’m looking for. For this lower section of hair
    I’m taking bigger sections just because the hair’s shorter and it’s gonna be covered with the hair from the top so I’m not
    really trying to put as much time and effort
    into this lower section. That’s so satisfying. Next I’m gonna change the barrel, going to the other direction. This is the one thing I had an issue with
    when I first tried out Dyson I just didn’t like that you had to change the barrels from one side to the other, but… Now that I’ve lived with it for quite
    some time it’s not that bad actually So for bigger sections I’m gonna take a little bit more time just
    because they are thicker. I’m just taking sections
    just basically right across from the front end to my
    head, the back end of my head. And the reason why you
    guys saw me drying my roots and my ends in the beginning
    with the smoothing brush, you can just use a regular
    hair dryer for that as well, is because for those beachy waves I’m mostly focusing the curl or the bend on the actual part of my
    hair instead of the ends and the roots, so I really want
    the roots to be dry mostly, or like 90% and the ends to be 90% dry. Just takes a lot faster. All right, next step I am going to use some of the OUAI Super Dry Shampoo. I like adding dry shampoo on the first day that I style my hair
    after I wash and dry it just because it is very silky, I have a very fine texture hair, so I really like adding dry
    shampoo, not to absorb oil, literally to add texture to my hair and I really like this formula
    because it has rice starch instead of the aluminum
    or the corn starch. The rice starch is a lot finer and it’s not gonna be as gritty. It still has a little bit of grit to it, but this formula I really am enjoying it just because of the rice starch. And I’m not really applying
    it to the roots of my hair, I’m just kinda spraying it into the hair. Take my fingers and
    really tussle the hair. It just gives me so much body and volume, and the waves do fall
    out very beautifully. I’m still experimenting with
    this particular product, OUAI, their hair oil. So far I really like it just
    because it’s very lightweight, if you use a small amount. Obviously it’s a hair oil
    so if you use a lot of it, it can weigh your hair down. So I use the tiniest amount,
    and I like that it does have a little pump as well. Now I don’t even do a full pump. And all of her hair products, they smell very fresh,
    they smell very floral. Kind of reminds me of, if I went to Hawaii. This is what I would smell. And I’m just gonna apply
    it to the ends of my hair, and so far what I’ve been liking and enjoying with this product
    is how it’s making the ends of my hair feel and look. The ends look super shiny, very fresh, and they look very healthy. And I like that this
    look, it doesn’t give you those typical beach waves, it gives you so much volume and body,
    it’s quite incredible, but I still like the technique that I use where I just wrap the hair around instead of letting the
    hair wrap around itself around the barrel, that way the ends are a little bit more straighter even though they have a really nice bend, it’s not super curly towards the ends which I’m not always the biggest fan, especially for a really
    nice everyday type of look. If you can leave your hair like this, parted in the center, or you can flip it to one of the sides. Bam, look at that volume. And I’m just using whatever
    oil I have left in my hands. All right you guys, that completes of how I create very bouncy,
    very voluminous beach waves with the Dyson Ariwrap. And using the OUAI products that are new to the Ulta
    Beauty stores around you. Thank you for watching and
    I’ll see you in the next one very soon Bye (blows kiss)

    “SHIPS OF LOVE ♡” Miraculous Ladybug Comic Audio Drama | Valory Pierce
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    “SHIPS OF LOVE ♡” Miraculous Ladybug Comic Audio Drama | Valory Pierce

    December 13, 2019

    oh What am I gonna do? He’s right here? Oh my god? Oh my God? He’s so cool, and tall and his eyes are forest green Hmm Hi Adrien Nice weather day. I mean weather right? yeah, it’s a really nice day out today Hey Marinette I was wondering do you think I could stop by the bakery sometime I’ve been meaning to try some of your dad’s famous pastries? Oh sure I mean we would love for you to come Okay, great. I’ll stop by after school before I head to a photo shoot. See you then. Oh my god tikki what am i going to do My princess, my love, come here and give kitty a smooch Not so fast kitty, not today. We got patrol and we don’t know what hawk moth is planning But my lady even heroes can have a little downtime and walk the city lights of love don’t make me throw catnip at you Hey Marinette, what’s up? um hi cat noir see anything new No Check out my muscles It’s gonna impress the ladies Especially Ladybug oh yeah yeah, no oh my God. It’s ladybug. She’s everything It’s Adrien he’s my everything She looks so good up close like a goddess ah my lucky day Oh Adrien if only you knew how much I just want to swing my arms around you and Have you carry me away to our happily ever after? I like you Hey, thanks for watching make sure to subscribe and follow me on Twitter and Facebook at Valerie Pierce for new videos and updates Stay magical and may courage be your wings

    How to Sew a Beach Bag
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    How to Sew a Beach Bag

    December 3, 2019

    It’s easy to take your summer necessities
    to the beach in this cute beach bag. Using cotton canvas makes it durable and fun fabric
    makes it fashionable. Let’s go ahead and get started. You’ll need 1 yard of 58” width cotton canvas, all-purpose thread, four1” curtain
    grommets, and 2 1/2 yards of 3/8” inch width cotton rope For tools, you’ll need your sewing machine,
    sewing gauge, scissors, straight pins, iron, and fabric marker.
    From your fabric, cut two rectangles that are 23 ½” inches by 25” inches. If you’re using directional
    fabric like me, the 25” inch side should be going vertically on the fabric design.
    If you want to add a pocket, cut another rectangle from your fabric or in a contrasting fabric.
    It can really be any size, but I’ll cut mine 9” inches by 6” inches.
    On the sides and bottom of the pocket, fold ½” inch to the wrong side. Pin and press with
    your iron. Fold the top of the pocket ½” inch, then another
    ½” inch and press. Stitch along the folded edge at the top of
    the pocket at your sewing machine, using a regular straight stitch.
    Take your pocket, place it in the center of one of your rectangles. I’m placing it about
    12” inches up from the bottom and then centered from the sides Pin and stitch the pocket sides and bottom
    along the edge. At the bottom corners of each rectangle, measure
    4 and 3/4” inch up and 4 and 3/4” inch inward. Mark your lines with your fabric marker. Cut on this line, creating a squared notch
    at the bottom of each rectangle. Place the front and back of the bag, right
    sides together. Pin the sides from the top of the bag to the top of the squared notch. Also, pin the bottom of the rectangles together,
    from squared notch to squared notch. Stitch these three sides at a ½” inch seam allowance
    and then press your seams open. Pull each squared notch apart, bringing the
    seams together, giving you an angled edge. Pin this edge and then sew a quarter inch
    seam allowance. At the top of the bag, you’ll want to hem
    it to create a finished look. Fold the top edge three inches, to the wrong side. Pin
    and press. Next, fold the bottom raw edge under a quarter
    inch. Pin and press this. Stitch along the folded edge to finish the
    hem. Mark the center of the bag on the front and
    back at the top. From the center, measure five and five eighths inch on each side and mark
    it. The mark should also be one inch from the top of the bag.
    Use the curtain grommet template to make a circle around your mark. This should be included
    in your grommet package. Carefully, cut out the circle.
    Place the grommet without the prongs on the inside of the bag, placing it in the hole.
    Take the other side of the grommet, with the prongs, line it up with the other ring. Press
    them together to snap them in place. Lastly, cut your rope in half for two equal
    lengths. Thread it through one grommet, from the outside of the bag to the inside. Tie a double overhand knot in the rope once
    it’s through the grommet, by creating a loop and then bringing the end of the rope
    through the loop twice and pull to tighten. Repeat with the other end of the rope for
    the grommet that’s on the same side of the bag. Then make another handle with the remaining
    rope on the opposite side of the bag. And here we have the finished beach bag. This
    is a quick project that won’t take up too much of your summer vacation so you can do
    a little sewing and then spend the rest of your time, relaxing on a beach. We hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Please
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    EVE Online: Ship SKINs
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    EVE Online: Ship SKINs

    November 21, 2019

    Hi there! In this video we will be talking about
    Super Kerr-Induced Nanocoatings, better known as SKINS. SKINs are essentially a license that
    change the appearance of your ship, allowing you to customize the look of your vessel. They exist as an in-game item
    before they are activated. They can be traded on the market
    or through Contracts, transported in your cargo bay and lost if destroyed. So remember, as with PLEX, it is risky
    to transport these items in your ship unprepared. There are two types of SKINs
    that can be applied to a ship, but both work in the same way. There are Permanent SKINs
    available through the New Eden Store, and time-limited SKINs that are
    available on select ships and can be obtained from NPCs or Faction LP stores. Both can also be found on the market. To apply a SKIN license to your character, simply right-click and Inject it,
    just like a skill book. A skin is tied to a character rather
    than a particular ship that you own. This means that once you have activated
    a particular skin on your character, it will always be available to you,
    even if your ship is destroyed. But remember, time-limited SKINs will
    expire when their time runs out. This also means that transferring your
    character to another account will mean the SKINs go with them. SKINs can be viewed either through the
    Show Info window of a particular ship or through the Fitting window. In the Fitting window, you will be able to see all of the Ship SKIN licenses
    available for that particular ship. They are divided into those you own
    and those not yet applied to your character. You will be able to preview what your ship will look like
    before applying or purchasing the SKINs. To apply a SKIN, you will need
    to be aboard the ship. Open the Fitting window and
    select the SKIN you wish to use. Once selected the SKIN will be applied to your ship, and SKINs can be applied to your ships
    either when you are docked or in space. As a license is tied to a character
    rather than to a particular ship, if you eject from your ship when it’s in space,
    it will revert back to its base variant. However, if you board it again,
    the SKIN will automatically be re-applied. Your ships will remember
    what SKINs were last applied to them, allowing you to have different SKINs
    on different ships of the same type. Enjoy your shiny ships and fly safe.

    Blackened Fish Recipe — easy spicy fish dish
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    Blackened Fish Recipe — easy spicy fish dish

    November 7, 2019

    Chef Buck here and today we’re gonna cook up a little blackened fish this is a simple and easy recipe definitely not rocket science I’m using an 8oz cut of mahi mahi and cutting it in half so you’ll have 2, 4oz portions first thing you’ll do is season up both sides if this was a traditional blackened fish recipe we’d dredge it in butter first, but we’re gonna be healthy and skip that step season the fish with salt, pepper, ginger some chili powder, paprika …whatever the hell you like you can mix spices together before hand and have your own personal spice rub sprinkle it on there…no muss no fuss once your fish is coated heat a skillet on medium-high heat and add a little
    butter add a little oil to the butter to keep it from burning once the oil is heated, add the fish to the skillet you want the skillet hot so the fish starts cooking right away cooking time will vary on the size of the fish, but for these small pieces I’ll cook 2 minutes on each side fish cooks quickly, so be careful not to overcook if the fish starts to flake in the pan, it’s cooked too much! you don’t want fish to overcook and be too dry remove fish from the heat just BEFORE you think it’s done ’cause it will continue to cook even after it is off the heat try this recipe with mahi mahi, catfish, redfish…whatever the hell you like give this recipe a try and let me know what you think, and bon apetit!


    DIY PVC Canoe/Kayak Cart

    October 12, 2019

    I have a canoe and sometimes I like to use it solo but it’s kind of a pain in the but to move it around by myself. So I build this cart and I’m going to show you how I did it. I found other designs online for canoe/kayak carts but they didn’t quite fit my needs. I came up with design that allows you to carry a canoe or kayak right side up but it also has these extra wings on the side which will allow you to carry a kayak upside down. The cart is made from 1 inch diameter PVC. These top supports are 14 inches long. These upper supports are 12 inches across. The side wings are each 9 inches. The upper section is 7 inches from the bottom section. The handle is just the portion of PVC left over from the 10 foot section I bought. It’s about 14 inches. The axle is a 5/8 inch threaded rod that goes through an end cap with a 5/8 inch hole drilled in it. There is a 5/8 inch flat washer to prevent the wheel from digging into the PVC. The wheels are 10 inch wheels. They are rated at 300 lbs each which is way over-kill for this project but they were dirt cheap $4 at Harbor Frieght. The wheels are held on to the end by 5/8 inch nylon insert lock nuts. The axle was a 2 foot section that I had to cut off a couple inches of the end. The foam on the supports is just PVC pipe insulation. Some people use pool noodles but in this insulation was actually cheaper and it fits the pipe perfectly. I really like the way the cart turned out. It makes it a breeze to move the canoe around by myself. It also makes it super easy to load the canoe on top of the car. If you decide to build one of these I’d love to see a photo of video of it in action. I hope you found the video helpful if you did give it a thumbs up. You can also subscribe to keep up to date with my newest videos. Thanks for watching! Waiting for an airplane… Taddis, no no, nope That is a loud truck. They are… oh… jeez

    Is Your Girlfriend Cheating? Here’s one way to find out!
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    Is Your Girlfriend Cheating? Here’s one way to find out!

    August 29, 2019

    I discovered how to track anyone
    or anything for about $25 bucks with this cool device. This Little Buddy
    Tracker combines GPS and cellular technology
    and will give you real-time location updates. Well, I wanted to get inside
    to take a closer look. There’s two security screws
    with the funny little heads but that didn’t stop me. I’ve got a security
    bits set that can get into just
    about anything. So I removed the two screws
    and popped open the case and inside, a little
    circuit board, a 3.7-volt lithium ion
    rechargeable battery. And then there’s
    also the transmitter. The USB port on one end is what
    charges a lithium ion battery and will also power it
    and leave it running. So the first step was to
    register this little device. So I went to the website
    and activated the device and entered in all
    my information. Now what’s cool is you get a
    30-day free trial of tracking, which is perfect for what
    I want to use it for. So now it’s time to
    throw it in the Jeep and take it for a ride
    to see how well it works. When I got back,
    I checked the site and sure enough, it
    had tracked everywhere I went every two minutes. Now, it’s pretty cool because
    it gives you a road view, an aerial view, and
    also a bird’s-eye view, where you can see the
    roads you’ve been on. And you can access all this
    information on your cell phone. Perfect. Now you can be your own
    private investigator by tracking anyone, like
    maybe your girlfriend who you suspect is
    cheating on you. Just hide it in the
    bottom of her purse. Attach a little Velcro and you
    can stick it under a bike seat. Find out where that bike’s been. Or you could keep tabs on
    your cat or your banana. You could use a
    cigarette lighter adapter and plug it into a car. Or better yet, strip
    the ends and hot wire it to the fuse box. Mount that thing
    in the car and it will tell you where
    your car has been. And if your car gets
    stolen, you can track it. And that’s how to keep tabs on
    anyone or anything, 24-hours a day. For more hacks, pranks
    and how-to videos, click the box on the left. And to check out more
    of my spy videos, click the box on the right. Thanks for watching and
    we’ll see you next time.