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How To: Apply cat eyeliner

"From the 1930s through the 1950s, the looks of various movie stars defined vogue magazine. From Mary Pickford's baby-doll face to Audrey Hepburn's cat-eyes eyeliner. The '60s ushered in a slew of makeup fad and the heavy eyeliner look remained through the late '70s and '80s, with wide color ranges entering the wearer's palette."

How To: Fit a helmet for horseback riding

Christy Lendwehr and Julie Goodnight from the Certified Horsemanship Association explain how to know when you have a fitting and correctly adjusted horse riding helmet. First and foremost, you should wear your helmet every time you ride and you should be sure that is a ASTM SEI helmet approved for equestrian riding, as they also make helmets for sports and those should not be used while riding a horse. When putting on a helmet you should be able to push it and only the wearer's eyebrows shoul...

How To: Make a pair of large silver hoop earrings

In this video, Marc Nelson describes how to make large hoop earrings to the wearer's choice out of silver wire and beads. The process if very simple and inexpensive. First he takes a larger gauged silver wire for the actual hoop earring. Then taking the smaller wire for bead placement, he preemptively threads the smaller wire through the beads. Because you have to use the smaller wire for holding the beads in place, the wire must be much longer. It seems with enough practice and know how, mak...

News: You Don't Need Antibiotics for Pink Eye

Crusty, itchy, red eyes? There is a decent chance you could have conjunctivitis, or pink eye, an infection of the thin lining around the eye and the eyelid, caused by bacteria, an allergen, virus, or even your contact lenses. Whatever the cause — you call up your doctor to get a prescription to clear it up, right? Not really.

News: Brain Hacking and Thought-Controlled Quadcopters: The Good and Bad Future of Mind-Reading Devices

Until recently, brainwave-reading devices have pretty much only existed in science fiction. Sure, electroencephalography (EEG), the technology that powers these devices, has been used in medicine and psychiatry since the late 1800s, but diagnosing people's brains and reading their minds are two totally different things. The first EEG headsets available to the public were used mostly in gaming and even in fashion, but in the last few years, they've gotten a little more sophisticated.

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