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How To: Anatomize the human head, neck and skull

This is a special four-part series on the human head, neck and skull. Medical students can greatly benefit from watch this anatomy video series. Dr. Gita Sinha "dissects" all of the information pertaining to the head and neck. Dr. Sinha is Assistant Professor for the Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology at Dalhouse University. Each of these videos cover a different topic:

How To: Dissect a human to see the superficial neck

Get out your scalpel and remove the skin of your cadaver, because you're going to learn how to dissect a human to see the superficial neck. This anatomy video tutorial will teach you how to cut away the platysma muscle, which is a muscle of facial expression. You can't beat science, and you can't beat looking at the superficial neck of a human corpse.

How To: Give an excellent face massage

Georgia Koons demonstrates how to give a relaxing and holistic facial massage. A facial massage has many benefits. It can be anti-aging because it causes the blood to better circulate in your face. It can be relaxing by massaging in soft circular motions. Any type of massage is sure to relieve tension and a facial massage specializes in ridding the body of tension cause by squinting and straining the facial muscles. This type of massage is great for headaches or to help you fall asleep faster.

How To: Look younger with facial exercises

In this video from Sigsac from Happy Face Yoga, we learn how to look younger with facial exercises. This demonstrates the cheek lifter. This exercise will strengthen the muscles of the cheek. Smile, open mouth and form an O. Fold upper lip over teeth, smile again to lift cheek muscles up. Place index fingers on the top part of cheek, directly under eyes. Relax cheek muscles to return to original position. Smile again to lift the cheek muscles back up. Do this 10 times. In the next exercise he...

How To: Lose your chubby cheeks with face exercises

This video is a tutorial on how to lose cheek fat by doing facial exercises. The exercises in the video focus on the orbicularis oris muscles in the cheeks, the zygomatic arch muscle above your cheekbone, and both modiolus muscles on both sides of your mouth. To begin, close your mouth and blow air under your top lip. The second step in the exercise is to move the air to your left cheek and hold it there for about ten seconds. Move the air to the right cheek and hold it there for about ten se...

How To: Make a DIY ice facial to constrict pores and brighten

Dermatologists and aestheticians looking to make a quick buck (or several hundred of them) will tell you that the best facial exoliation and brightening treatments can only be done via the doctor's office with specialty (read: pricey) enzymes, but the truth is that for short term skin bliss, you already have all the tools you need in your kitchen.

How To: Create amazing facial expressions in Adobe Photoshop CS3

When drawing any sort of art, conveying emotion is key to creating a great and significant scene. The twist of an eyebrow, the way the eyes stare at you, it all conveys a different emotion, and with a very small change to one of many different features of the face, you can completely change the idea and emotion conveyed by the picture. In this amazing video series, you will learn all the various positions and looks of the face that'll convey all the emotions that you want to bring out in your...

How To: Spot a liar by learning to recognize facial signs and vocal cues

Determining whether someone is lying or whether they lie consistently is one of the most important skills that you can have. This video features two experts on lying: a Hastings University law professor and Scam School host Brian Bushwood, explaining all sorts of signs you can look for to determine whether someone is lying or experiencing a strong emotional response to what you're saying. These include facial expressions, tone of voice, and hand gestures.

How To: Make a latex facial prosthetic for Halloween

If you want to create the type of makeup look where the makeup IS the costume for Halloween, then look no further than this video. You'll be guided step by step through creating a facial prosthetic from latex. This prosthetic can be shaped any way you want to form rotting flesh for a zombie costume, scars and wounds, even bullet holes.

How To: Do a DIY facial massage to prevent wrinkles

In their quest for staving off signs of aging, lots of women mistakingly believe that doing a facial massage will lead to stretching the skin out, which leads to wrinkles. But when done correctly, a facial massage can stimulate fluid drainage (which means no puffy eyes) and help increase circulation in the skin, increasing collagen and creating a youthful glow.

How To: Draw Captain America in an action pose

In this video, we learn how to draw Captain America in an action pose. Start out by drawing the torso, then the rib cage and pecks. Continue to draw the outline and small details of the rest of the body. Draw in arms gong out of the body so that they are spread apart, then draw in the head. Draw in lines for where the muscles are, then start to draw in the mouth, nose, lips, eyes, and other facial features. Once you do this, start to add in even more details of the outfit that the body has on...

How To: Draw an anime or manga female in motion

This video goes back to basics, using regular pencil, pen and colored pencils to create a manga female figure. He begins by drawing basic lines and shapes of the torso with pencil, then adding legs, arms and marking the joints. He adds detail to the body and fills in the shapes of the muscles. He then adds the head shape and fills in the facial details and hair before adding detail to the hands and fingers. He continues with the clothing, before going over all the lines with a black ink pen. ...

How To: Draw Kenpachi Zaraki

The artist demonstrates how to manga character Kenpachi Zaraki. Text appears on screen with each step in the drawing. It stars with a circle, then lines to indicate the center of the face and the placement of eyes. More lines indicate the neck and muscles, then an outline of the hair is added. Lines show the clothes and wrinkles in the clothes. Facial features and details are drawn in as the guide lines are erased. Following these instructions, you can draw the face of Kenpachi Zaraki.

How To: Get rid of unwanted facial hair for women

Get the lowdown on all the ways to remove pesky facial hair—from the brand new to the tried and true. Different options: threading, laser hair removal, intense pulsed light treatment, electrolysis, facial bleach, a waxing treatment or kit, tweezers, and prescription cream Vaniqa (optional). There are many hair removal options, so watch this video and choose the one that is best for you.

How To: Draw multiple manga facial expressions

Koizu brings you another lesson in how to draw manga. He describes how he begins with the eyes as guidelines that are used as the base for each facial expression. This immediately begins to capture and illustrate the specific expression for which you are going. Multiple facial features are illustrated in the manga style of drawing and range anywhere from angry to happy and beyond. This video will definitely either teach you how to draw the facial expressions using simple features or help you ...

How To: Make a homemade carrot facial mask

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a homemade carrot face facial mask. The materials required are 2-3 large carrots and 4 1/2 tbsp of honey. Begin by peeling the carrots and cut them into round slices. Now boil the carrots until they are soft. Then mash the carrots and mix it with the honey. Apply the mask gently on the skin and relax for 10 minutes. Then rinse it off with cool water. This video will benefit those viewers who are beauty and skin, and would like to learn a home ...

How To: Make a homemade relaxing oatmeal facial mask

Save yourself a fortune by making your very own homemade oatmeal facial mask. Place 6 teaspoons of sweet almond oil into a small bowl. Add 2 drops each of pure violet oil, lavender, neroli oil to the bowl. Add enough oatmeal to the mix and make a paste. Pat onto your face and lay down for 20 minutes. Rinse clean with warm water.

How To: Make a homemade rosemary facial spray or facial mist

Nili Nathan demonstrates how to create your own homemade rosemary facial spray. 1. Start by adding 3 oz of distilled water to a spray bottle. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil. 2. Take rosemary essential oil and add 6 drops to the bottle. 3. Gather up some fresh rosemary (possibly from your garden or a friends garden or a nearby store) and add that to the bottle. Close the bottle tightly and shake it up. 4. Now you are ready to spray desired amount to body and face!

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