▂ ▃ ▄ ▅ ▆ ▇ READ ME █ ▇ ▆ ▅ ▄ ▃ ▂ ▲ A quick DIY video on how to exfoliate your lips. Your lips are just as gentle as your skin, so be sure to take extra care of your lips and use lip balm or lip products with SPF. Remember you don't have to use ALL ORGANIC products. Whatever you have in your kitchen should work just fine. If you don't have honey or if you are allergic to honey, use Olive Oil instead. I wanted to put this video up a couple weeks ago, but didn't finish editing it. Ever since I had my wisdom teeth taken out, I thought it was perfect to upload this because I've been using the Colgate Wisp to brush the front part of my teeth instead of just rinsing my mouth with salt water. So my mouth felt extra cleaner than just gurgling salt water itself. Props to Colgate Wisp for sponsoring this video - I have been using all the Wisp they sent me haha! Colgate Wisp www.colgatewisp.com ♩ ♫ Music by Kaskade "All You" ♬ ♪ itunes.apple.com ▀ ▄ iQQU Red Kabuki Brush is finally on sale! iqqubeauty.com ♥ Follow me on twitter! ♥ www.twitter.com ♥ If you have a Facebook, please add me! ♥ www.facebook.com Contacts are from WRLens.com in Natural Colors (Mel) bit.ly EOS Lipbalm You can find them at most drugstores www.evolutionofsmooth.com Lipstick is by Lancome. It's the Matte Lipstick in Pink Preview. My favorite shade. bit.ly
How to make that cardboard hood to assist you in making your own custom bokeh when shooting images. More info here: http://eirikso.com/2008/01/08/an-impressive-yet-simple-photographic-effect/
This is a project I have been working on in my spare time for the last few months. I wanted a Windows 7 touchscreen tablet with a large screen that could handle HD video and wasn't too thick or power hungry. The build cost for this was around $600-700. I had to sit at a weird angle for filming so I had a couple issues with the touchscreen, but it was only becuase of my odd positioning. The touch responsiveness is acutally pretty good, not iPad good, but good enough for me . Enjoy! Check out my blog for more info carbontablet.blogspot.com
If you really want to build a laser, please don't use this tutorial. I have a much better tutorial here with better info www.youtube.com If you are going to use this tutorial anyway, the circuit used in this video is a BARE MINIMUM. Although the one I made in this video still works fine to this day, you will probably want to add a small capacitor (anything over 10v 16uf is fine)in parallel with the diode to even out any voltage spikes from the battery. Parts: You can get 100ohm potentiometers off ebay for pretty cheap You can get you switch and battery holders at any radioshack You can get your laser diodes at stonetek.com for less than half of the price of pulling them from a DVD burner (and a heck of a lot easier) You can get AixiZ modules from Ebay Seller aixiz_lasers A few tips -DO NOT LET ANYTHING SHORT! -When you have turned the pot so the brightness turns high, don't even think about turning it more to make it more powerful. If you do that the power will go from 100mW+ to .1mW and your diode will be screwed -buy more than one diode cause they can break by simply touching them sometimes, too much current to the diode or a ton of other things so you will be safe buying more -Buy goggles for these things! Goggles cost around $30 and are easily worth it, your eyes are worth more than $30 and if you get hit in the eye by this thing without goggles on, you're screwed.