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Classic 1950′s hairstyle Tutorial

1. start this look by adding some mouse to wet hair and blow dry,
2. set hair in velcro rollers, 
3. tease hair to create volume, 
4. smooth out hair and bring sides up and twist, 
5. secure with bobby pins, 
6. brush curls inward to enhance waves, 
7. pins the waves towards the neck, 
8. set with hair spray.

1. start this look by adding some mouse to wet hair and blow dry, 2. set hair in velcro rollers, 3. tease hair to create volume, 4. smooth out hair and bring sides up and twist, 5. secure with bobby pins, 6. brush curls inward to enhance waves, 7. pins the waves towards the neck, 8. set with hair spray.

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Whenever you find yourself doubting how far you can go, just remember how far you've come. Remember everything you've faced, all the battles you've won, all the fears you've overcome.

Whenever you find yourself doubting how far you can go, just remember how far you've come. Remember everything you've faced, all the battles you've won, all the fears you've overcome.

DIY File Box Bathroom Appliance Storage

To do so, I picked up a package of 3M Command hooks, figuring I could slip the metal loop through the criss-cross caging on my file box. Unfortunately, I discovered that the hooks were a bit too large. It was nothing a pair of wire cutters couldn’t fix though! I simply snipped a few of the wires, thereby making a larger hole for the hooks to slip through. Next, I measured the distance between the two holes and put pencil marks on the side of the vanity. Using those marks, I exposed the 3M tape on the back of the hooks and got those suckers good and stuck to the surface. The last step was to slip the file box in place over the hooks and fill ‘er up.

To do so, I picked up a package of 3M Command hooks, figuring I could slip the metal loop through the criss-cross caging on my file box. Unfortunately, I discovered that the hooks were a bit too large. It was nothing a pair of wire cutters couldn’t fix though! I simply snipped a few of the wires, thereby making a larger hole for the hooks to slip through. Next, I measured the distance between the two holes and put pencil marks on the side of the vanity. Using those marks, I exposed the 3M tape on the back of the hooks and got those suckers good and stuck to the surface. The last step was to slip the file box in place over the hooks and fill ‘er up.

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