She Begins Twisting Different Parts Of Her Hair. But When She’s Done An Unexpected Stunning Surprise!

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If you love the way that curly hair looks and feels, but lack the time and patience it requires, then you have to check out this tutorial on how to easily attain a head full of bouncy curls. You don’t even need to use a curling iron or any heat with the Real Beauty by Cynthia technique covered here.

It’s perfect for people who are short on time in the morning and for those who have flat or unruly hair. Instead of just throwing your hair up in a bun or letting it fall as it may, wake up and spend less than five minutes styling your hair. That’s all you need and it’s really easy to master this technique. So if you want bouncy, frizz free, and beautifully defined curls, this video will show you exactly how to twist your way to them!

As mentioned above, there’s no heat, irons, or dryers necessary for this and you don’t even need to shower, but you will need a brush or comb, texturizer (Cynthia uses L’Oreal), and some bobby pins. First, brush your hair to get any tangles out and make it easier to work with.

Take a section of hair and add a tiny bit of texturizing cream, combing it through your hair. Twist the hair section up into a knot and secure it closely to your head with a couple of bobby pins. Repeat these steps on each section of hair you twist up, until all of it has been sectioned off and secured into place.

If you do this right before you go to bed at night when you wake up your hair will be ready to unravel and style. If you do it earlier in the day then at a minimum you should wait a few hours until you’re positive that all your hair has completely dried and set before taking it out.

Either way, the longer you keep the twists and bobby pins in, the better. When you wake up, or are sure that your hair is dry, simply take a section of hair and remove the bobby pins before unraveling the twists and separating them as you go.

You can tussle them up and disarrange it for a messier look and add a little hairspray to better hold the curl in. For a quick volume boost try flipping your hair over and spritz some hairspray near the roots only, wait a few seconds for it to dry, then flip your head up.

At the most it’ll only take about 5 minutes to style your curls and you’ll look great with minimal effort and no heat!

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He Sticks A Skewer Into This Potato. The Reason Is Brilliant!

For a new spin on the usual, tired, old potato check out this easy recipe! It’s an awesome and healthy way to whip up a batch of homemade spiral cut potatoes on a stick. The simple recipe is all-natural and all you really need are a few potatoes and some skewers. Plus, it’s healthy because they’re oven-baked rather than deep fried. Everyone’s favorite, YouTube’s go-to-guy DaveHax, shows how to make them in this quick and easy to follow video. Seriously, these crispy potato spirals are unbelievably delicious and make the perfect side to any dish.

Keep reading for instructions on how to make them and watch the video for more! First and foremost, scrub and clean up a few potatoes and then dry them off with a paper towel. Take a wooden skewer and stick it through the potato the long way, so that it goes in one end, up thru the center of the potato and out the other end.

Place it securely on a chopping board and with a sharp knife carefully slice into it at a slight angle. Cut only so deep that you end up hitting the stick. Now slowly start to rotate the potato while simultaneously cutting it to make a spiral-shaped cut the whole way down the spud.

When you’re done cutting, carefully fan out the pieces of potato along the stick so that they’re slightly separated. Place them on an oven sheet and season with salt, pepper, olive oil, or whatever other flavors you’d like. (I made some lemon-pepper and rosemary seasoned ones that came out tasting amazing!). Now they’re ready for the oven.

The cook times will vary depending on the size of the potatoes you use and the thickness of the slices. The ones DaveHax made in the video were with thin cuts on smaller potatoes and they only took about 25 minutes at 320 degrees to fully cook.

When the potato chips are fully cooked and done they should have golden brown edges and are ready to be served. These look and taste delicious, and are a much healthier alternative to deep fried or store bought potato ships. Bon Appétit!

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