• How to Give Face Scrubs for Dry Skin : Exfoliating the Neck Area
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    How to Give Face Scrubs for Dry Skin : Exfoliating the Neck Area

    In this clip I want to just also mention that it’s important not just to treat the face. We already talked about the face and also the body but you do not want to neglect this lovely region here. This is most of women show their age. Have you ever seen a little old woman who has her faced pulled back tight and then she’s got this saggy turkey neck? It’s because she’s not exfoliating also. I mean, it’s probably also because she had a face lift but if you want to keep your neck toned and tight, you want to get rid of the dead skin cells on there…

  • AMAZING SERUM! | BENEFITS OF VITAMIN C SERUM TO ACNE PRONE SKIN
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    AMAZING SERUM! | BENEFITS OF VITAMIN C SERUM TO ACNE PRONE SKIN

    Hey, guys! Welcome to my channel! Today, I’ll be reviewing a new product A lot of people use Vitamin C Serum these days But what are the effects of Vitamin C Serum to the skin, And is it really effective on people with acne-prone skin? I discovered a new product that I want to share with you! It’s the Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum Vitamin C It’s a new Korean product that I discovered I have used this serum prior to filming this video I have tried other vitamin C serums before, Some of them feel warm and heavy on the face others I’ve tried feel too sticky while the…

  • How to Give Face Scrubs for Dry Skin : Organic vs. Synthetic Scrubs
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    How to Give Face Scrubs for Dry Skin : Organic vs. Synthetic Scrubs

    In this clip I’m going to talk to you about the different types of scrubs and whether they’re made of an organic matter or if they’re synthetic. A lot of times the scrubs that you’ll see in the stores are of small spheres that are made of almost a plastic like material. I don’t really care for those scrubs because they can get lodged in the pores and they don’t disintegrate and they never come out and then you have like a weird plastic in your face. What I like is something more of a natural variety. This scrub is made of rice bran. This scrub is made of corn…

  • Home Manicure Supplies : Using Cuticle Nippers
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    Home Manicure Supplies : Using Cuticle Nippers

    Hi, my name is Theresa and I’m here to demonstrate to you on how to use cuticle nippers and who and why you should use them. Cuticle nippers are used to cut off the hang nails that you have on your nail. The cuticle nippers are also used when the orange wood stick pushed back your cuticles and you have a lot of them that you want to take off. You need to be very careful when you’re using these. If you have not used these yet, then I suggest you get a very dull pair and practice ’cause you don’t want to go and cut off the skin that’s…

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    EWW! Acne + Pores Under a MICROSCOPE! (very graphic)

    Hai It’s fei Hello, from the (sneeze in background)- bless Upon high request, a lot of you guys have been tweeting me and messaging me and commenting on my videos about this “home microscope”. What is it called? So Tina Yong did a video where she used a little microscope to zoom into her face, her pores. I think she also did one with, like, makeup on. And a lot of you guys went crazy and were like “oh my gosh fei, ya nasty skin girl, try it, try it out” and I was like intrigued. oh ma gad, that’s like so close So that’s why today I look like…

  • Correct Acrylic Consitancy Tutorial by Naio Nails
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    Correct Acrylic Consitancy Tutorial by Naio Nails

    I want to talk to you in this video about bead consistency. I still know a lot of people who are still having problems with bead consistency. When you’re doing art work it doesn’t matter so much if your bead’s a little bit wetter, but when you’re doing your pink and whites your bead consistency needs to be correct. And when you’re doing your overlays on top of your art work, your bead consistency needs to be correct because it’s that that gives you the strength. So, I want to show you right and wrong ways of doing bead consistency. A lot of people dip into the liquid and then…