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How To: Create a natural Parisian makeup look

What is it about Parisian women that makes them so effortlessly chic and timelessly beautiful? Whether we're talking about Charlotte Gainsbourg, AKA Jane Birkin's daughter, or an older lady like Juliette Binoche, Parisian women really take it easy when it comes to applying makeup, emphasizing skincare instead. And they look gorgeous doing it.

How To: Do natural makeup with glittery lashes

Natural makeup looks good during the day, at your business meeting (so you look gorgeous rather than tacky), at the gym (if you're one of those gals who refuse to leave the house without makeup), and at the club (if you switch up your nude lipcolor for a more vibrant one, like coral or blue red).

How To: Get that natural, fresh look with your makeup

Nothing is more beautiful than a girl with naturally pretty skin, without all the help of the makeup... but who are we kidding? Everyone needs a little touch up and color up to make them look alive and well! In this makeup tutorial presented by Smashbox Cosmetics, learn how to get that fresh, natural look with your makeup.

How To: Prepare a financial first aid kit for a natural disaster

In case of a natural disaster, computer networks are often disabled, rendering the record keeping at most institutions useless. It's important that you make a financial first aid kit to ensure that you are able to get by and keep track of your personal information after a hurricane or fire. This video will show you what you should put in your financial first aid kit, which you should go make right now.

How To: Create a fresh and natural five minute makeup look

You don't need a football team of makeup artists to look great (not that we'd say no to our our styling team). While most celebrities swear by their makeup artists and get primped and prodded by them any moment they're not in front of the camera, all you really need to look good is three things: Good skin, shiny lips, and big eyes.

How To: Make your own natural dye with EtsyLabs

This week Kim Hall, a teacher at the EtsyLabs and an Etsy Seller (nottene), came by to show her technique for dyeing natural fabric with organic ingredients. Kim has worked with many different dyeing and printing methods. If you've always wanted to dye your own fabrics or yarn, this is a great video to get you started. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to use cabbage, onion, or tumeric to make a natural fabric or yarn dye.

How To: Tile large & natural stone tiles

To tile with large format and natural stone tiles onto walls you must first make sure the walls are flat, clean, dry, and free of any dust, dirt, oil, grease, and any other loose material. Ensure that surfaces are suitable and prepared as advised. Then use the Dunlop Universal Bonding Agent where you will be applying the tile. For gypsum plaster and gypsum plasterboard, apply two coats of Dunlop Universal Bonding Agent, diluted with one part bonding agent, two parts water. Then allow primer t...

How To: Make natural elderberry syrup for cold and flu season

Learn how to harvest your elder tree! If you have an elder in your backyard, you can finally do something special with those elderberries. Mountain Rose Herb shows you the steps required to make delicious elderberry syrup with this video recipe. This herbal syrup can be used for colds, flu and coughs. It's a simple natural home remedy with dried elderberries.

How To: Get a elegant natural smoky eye look

This tutorial is a great one to watch if you are looking for an elegant but still natural smoky eye look. Start off by taking the eye shadow Grey Stone and applying it all over the lid. Then take the MAC eye shadow called Omega right over the crease, rounding it off at the end. Use the MAC Charcoal Brown eye shadow right on the outer corner of the eye. Then put the NYX dark brown eye shadow on the outer corner, as well brushing it into the outer bottom of the eye. The next step is to take a s...

How To: Make natural rope from Douglas Iris leaves

This video demonstrates how to make natural fiber rope using Douglas iris, a plant which is found along the Pacific coast from Santa Barbara from to Oregon. Before beginning, you should know that Douglas iris is poisonous when eaten, but it should be safe when you are handling it. The plant blooms every spring and dies every winter and has a brighter green color on top and a duller green towards the stalk, with a dark purple tint near the roots. You should collect plants which have died from ...

How To: Boost your immune system the natural way

This video presents advice from experts on natural ways to boost your immune system. It's important to look at what you are eating. Sugar inhibits the function of the white blood cells, which are part of the immune system. It has been shown that within 20 minutes of eating a high dose of sugar, the mobility and function of the white blood cells are decreased. Choose a diet rich in lean proteins and colorful vegetables such as lettuce and broccoli, which contain minerals that your system needs...

How To: Identify tree damage from a natural gas leak

In this how-to video, you will learn how to indicate if tree damage has occurred due to a natural gas leak. In this example, a Mexican Elder tree has been damaged by the gas leak. You can tell by the brown leaves. The plastic around the soil has trapped the gas in the soil, cutting off the oxygen from the tree. The Indian Hawthorne in this example has also been damaged. There is some foliage burn on the leaves. The bush will have to be trimmed back in order to save it. There are several plant...

How To: Transition from relaxed to natural hair

NUME2004 sees the transition from relaxed to natural hair as a practical and emotional journey. The video presents few tips and suggestions to all the ladies seeking for such transition to eliminate the appearance of baldness or thinning hair. Learn from the tips which talks about the journey starting from scratch, suggesting you to fire your stylist without doing a big chop, to treat all your hair like its natural. You should experiment with various products available and select the right on...

How To: Use natural log to solve an exponential function

Looking for a primer on how to use the natural log, e, to solve an exponential function? Learn how with this free video lesson. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test).