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YouTube AP Government Review Videos

Listed below are the links to the YouTube videos my AP Government teacher in order to review for the AP Exam :)

Enjoy studying for you AP Exam and hope you guys will use these links well!! Pass them on if you know someone who is looking for links to use to help them study!

anonymous asked:

Do you know any Korean youtubers who focus on makeup/fashion and have english subs? Thank you!

this is going to be in alphabetical order //going through my subscriptions// bolded are my favourites and the more * the more i love oh ho ho ANYHOW THIS IS A VERY LONG LIST YOU DONT HAVE TO CHECK THEM ALL BUT i would highly highly HIGHHLY recommend Ssin 씬님

  • Chriselle Lim (lifestyle/beauty/fashion; very classy)
  • ** Clothesencounters (lifestyle/beauty/fashion)
  • Daddoa 다또아 (beauty; but she hasn’t updated in 6 months)
  • Dayeong’s Beauty drawing (beauty/fashion)
  • Edward Avila (he isn’t korean but he does really good korean skincare reviews, he does makeup tutorials too and his attitude/personality ticks my boxes!!)
  • Joanday (lifestyle/beauty; joan is really genuine!!)
  • lamuqe (beauty; she does amazing make up tutorials)
  • Liah Yoo 리아유 (beauty; her skincare videos are A++)
  • Meejmuse (beauty; i don’t watch her super often but she’s really nice)
  • **   PONY Makeup (one very talented makeup artist oml i binge watch her makeup tutorials although i don’t wear make up often)
  • Sophia Chang (beauty/lifestyle; if you are into more instagram make up then you should definitely check Sophia out!)
  • So Young’s Beauty Room (beauty; her make up tutorials are more on the daily side)

anonymous asked:

*your youtube inspired me* what kind of youtube channel would the boys (SMT and Kino) have?


Shu - He probably went viral after somebody filmed him playing the violin and he kind of kept doing it.

Reiji - Lifehacks and podcasts. Mainly him talking about certain subjects on an intellectual level, it’s so well put together that his fans are very patient when he takes a while to get one up.

Ayato - Let’s plays and dare videos mostly. He’s known for screaming and crying during extreme horror games and for that fantastic ego~

Kanato - Doll making. It’s weird, it’s creepy, it’s cute, it’s traumatizing to people with autonomophobia but it has Kanato written all over it. Plus his fans love seeing his face because not only does he look like a doll as well he is also super adorable… to them.

Laito - Sims, his channel is basically the sims (I believe he is an avid player of it) and probably just talk videos where he elaborates on subjects he finds interesting.

Subaru - Let’s plays and dares that he gets dragged into by Ayato. He’s known for extreme raging and breaking the wall beside his computer, his fans make many gifs of him punching the poor wall and it’s so funny.


Ruki - He does book reviews and cooking tutorials… he also has a book club

Kou - Daily vlogging mostly and he’s not afraid to whip out the camera in public and start talking to it either.. All Kou all the time… daily.

Yuma - Gardening tip mainly, he’s helped so many people with his tutorials that he’s sponsored and has his own gardening tool line.

Azusa - ASMR, he’s quiet enough and he liked the tingly feeling so much that he picked it up and he’s damn good at it.


Carla - Speedpaints mostly, maybe talking videos but not often because the comments are always thirsty and telling him how sexy his voice is… not saying he doesn’t like it tho.

Shin - A DIY channel but like sick shit, not your cute shit either he’s going Threadbanger on this shit. He also does dare videos.


Kino - Another gamer, he’s more known for Minecraft videos and management games like The Guild 2 or Civilization. Streams often.

Yui - DIYs and daily vlogs but like the boys gotta try and take her spotlight but it doesn’t work. “Good morning guys! I hope you all had a nice night, Ayato bit me while I was asleep… again.”


Soft Rose. 

All of this moving and adulting has really drained me of my creative energy! Ugh.. anywho… I enjoyed this look because it’s super soft and wearable. normally my makeup is extra intense- so this was a nice change. Also stay tuned for a special announcement later!!!! :D

The Look:


1) Prime eye with white eye shadow primer and follow up with applying a light coat of white shadow

***Tips*** Applying a white or skin tone colored shadow on the lid will help you blend your shadows more easily.

2) Apply “Cake” from the UD Alice Through the Looking Glass palette on the crease of the eye.

 3) To add depth, add a small amount of “Jezebel” from Juvia’s Place the Nubian II palette to the crease of the eye- focus this darker shadow more on the outer v portion of the crease.

4) Lightly dab “Luscious” from the Too Faced Sweet Peach palette on your lid using a flat shadow brush.

5) Using your finger, apply Nyx Ultra Pearl “Mania” Loose shadow on the center of the eye.

6) Apply liquid eyeliner to the top lid and pencil liner to the lower lid.

7)  Using a smudge brush, smudge “Jezebel” into your lower lash line.

* On my lips I am wearing Nyx Lip Lingerie in Exotic

* Face: Nyx Eyebrow Gel- Chocolate, Black Radiance BB Cream in Honey Amber, Face Studio Master Concealer in Medium 40, Ben Nye Banana Powder, Laura Geller Gilded Honey Illuminator, and Black Radiance True Complexion Contour Palette (Medium to Dark)


•Lorac Pro Mega 3 Palette•

I have to admit, at first I was turned off by this palette; only because when I initially swatched “Dark Navy” it didn’t blend out so well on my hand. But after a few weeks of seeing GORGEOUS makeup looks using this palette, I simply had to buy it and I’m SO glad I did. I was worried (before I found it at Ulta today) that I wouldn’t be able to find it anywhere and I would be SOL because it was a limited addition palette. But I was literally jumping for joy when I found this bad boy at Ulta!! These shadows are like butter melting on your fingertips. The pigmentation in this palette is absolutely unbelievable. I cannot wait to use this palette to create amazing looks this holiday!! Hurry up and grab your Lorac Pro Mega 3 palettes at any Ulta beauty near you!

anonymous asked:

omg a modern-day youtuber au. jim vlogs, does comedy skits, and also plays scary games (which is what he's most known for). spock does makeup reviews, tutorials for (non-volatile) science experiments, and neat math games, tricks, and walk-throughs for the more difficult stuff. bones doesn't have one, but shows up in their videos anyway. they collaborate a lot together. jim's most popular video is of all three of them playing five nights at freddy's w face cam. bones fell out of his chair ;)

  • The first time Bones shows up in one of their videos, it’s mostly coincidental. Spock is in the living room because the lighting works better there. He’s just casually talking about MAC’s new mascara line when Bones just passes by behind him. He’s pulling on his leather jacket, and grabbing an apple from the fruit bowl. “I’m off to work,” he says, kissing Spock’s cheek, “tell Jim I said hi, okay?” “Of course,” Spock says. He doesn’t edit Bones’ brief visit out of the video, and so his first online appearance is made.
  • “Jim, I’m not sure this is a good idea,” Spock says. He’s filming Jim standing on the kitchen table – that’s something that can honestly only go wrong. The ceiling fan is spinning on full speed, and Jim looks awfully determined to do something stupid. “What’s the worst that could happen?” Jim asks, and Spock raises an eyebrow. “You could get seriously hurt,” he replied. “I’ll be fine,” Jim says. Honestly, Spock doesn’t know why Jim insists on doing stupid stunts and getting hurt doing so. Jim probably doesn’t even know, either. Jim gets enough subscribers just based on video games, but he insists on jumping off high things, or, in this case, jump headfirst into a spinning ceiling fan because he made a bet with one of his viewers. Spock also films Bones when he stitches the back of Jim’s head afterwards. “Got anything to say to the audience?” Jim asks to Bones. He looks pained, even though he’s grinning when Bones sits behind him and fixes him up. “Yeah,” Bones says, briefly glancing at Spock’s phone as he films, “don’t try this stupidity at home. Also don’t date a complete idiot.” 
  • Bones shows up in videos more often from that moment on, and people are asking for him. So he assists Spock in this video where he’s manipulating electricity, and they make a smartphone hologram together. He plays against Jim in a game called Ultimate Chicken Horse - and Jim’s views skyrocket when Bones presses a kiss to Jim’s neck to distract him from winning.
  • He’s requested to join in Spock and Jim’s videos more often, but because Bones works fulltime (and then some), and he’s tired when he comes home, he doesn’t always comply to those requests. He’s in almost all of Jim’s vlogs, though. Jim films them on the couch - Bones’ back pressed against Spock’s chest and he’s quietly napping while Spock’s working on crossword puzzles. They’re always just short, uninteresting videos, but they are somehow very popular.
  • Jim often shows up in Spock’s videos, too. They race through a maths exam, which proves that Jim is also incredibly smart - even if Spock finishes it slightly faster. Spock does a make-up tutorial and uses Jim’s face doing so. Bones is his next victim, and even Bones just sits down and lets Spock do his job.
  • Because make-up is literally Spock’s job, and he vlogs about being on a movie set because he’s doing the makeup for the stars of the movie. The vlogs are destined to Jim and Bones, mostly, because he’s on set for the full three weeks they are scheduled to shoot. Jim responds with a vlog of the two of them at home. Bones is going through medical reports, Jim is distracting him with messages from and to Spock, and he’s forcing himself in Bones’ personal space - as usual, until Bones responds to the camera and says just a quick “good luck on set, darlin’.”
  • In Spock’s absence, Bones joins Jim playing video games. Bones has agreed to join Jim for a full playthrough on this game called Outlast, though he has no knowledge of what this game is all about. Pretty much immediately after the first jump scare, however, he regrets promising to sit through the whole game. Jim is tensed while playing, he’s on edge and he’s just saying “I’m so scared,” but it has nothing on Bones. Bones’ hand is on Jim’s arm, his shoulder, the arm rest of his chair. And as soon as they have to run from the first bad guy, Bones is just yelling at Jim - not at the game. “Get in the fucking vent, Jim. The vent! Do I need to fucking spell that out for you?!” “Bones, you’re stressing me out more than the game does!” Jim counters, simultaneously annoyed and amused. The first video ends when they die a gruesome death after having been chased, and Bones just yanks his headphones off. “No. I did not sign up for this.” He says, and like that, he walks out of Jim’s room. Jim glances at the door as it slams shut, and then back in the camera. “Check in for part 2 soon,” he says with a smirk. It’s one of the most watched videos on Jim’s channel from then on, and Bones begrudgingly agrees to continue.
  • But not all is always so great, because Bones has a stressful job, and he doesn’t always understand the obsession his two boyfriends have with just uploading every moment of their lives to YouTube. The morning after Spock’s returned, Jim and Spock quietly shoot a vlog together - which mostly consists of a few kisses and soft “I’m so happy you’re back”, while Bones is still asleep. When he wakes up, though, and he sees a camera, he just groans and turns his back to them. “Bones, don’t you have anything to say about Spock’s return?” Jim asks. “Yeah,” Bones says, “but not to the fucking camera. I was working til midnight last night and I’m hungover- I don’t need everything filmed right now.”
  • It’s fine. It’s understandable. Jim and Spock leave the bedroom to instead film in the kitchen. Or, Jim films while Spock prepares breakfast for the three of them. “Bones and I are playing the Outlast DLC tonight,” Jim explains, “and the three of us are gonna do a Let’s Play of Five Nights of Freddy’s tomorrow. I don’t think we can convince Bones to do any more horror afterwards. It’s not really his thing,” Jim says, and Spock chuckles softly. “He can sleep in between us tonight,” he says with a small smile, and Jim nods. “Sounds good to me.”
  • Bones’ presence in Jim’s videos is hilarious. Because Bones is on edge all the time. He’s literally watching through his fingers, and he absolutely freaks out during the DLC. “Jim, do something!” “This is a cut scene, Bones. I literally can’t-” “Do something! I’m a doctor and that is not how you do surgery– Jim!” Now, Jim is grossed out at everything the main character has to endure, but Bones is literally either standing on his chair or standing behind it - as if that’s going to make the game more bearable. “I hate you for putting me through this,” Bones says, slouches back down in his chair eventually, and Jim laughs. “You love me,” he says, and Bones only huffs.
  • Jim admires Spock from the couch while he’s doing a live Q&A for his audience on science and math questions. And he seems to have little trouble answering every question thrown at him. Spock’s so incredibly intelligent, it almost seems a shame he’s not chasing a career in either fields instead of a makeup artist, but at the end of the day, Spock knows what he enjoys doing professionally. All the nerdy stuff’s just a hobby. Bones passes by Spock, kissing him just briefly. “See you tonight,” Bones says, and Spock nods. “Don’t be late, we’re shooting tonight.” “Yeah, yeah.” Bones says, waving Spock off before kissing Jim goodbye, too.
  • And he’s there, on time. Bones is fine until all three of them sit in that dark room and Jim holds the controller while the other two sit with him. Spock doesn’t seem too affected by horror games. Honestly, the way Bones gets startled every time one of those animatronics jumps out at them scares Spock more than the actual game. And Jim is really trying to win, because he’s not into losing and because he wants to make it through all the nights to see what happens at the end. But his own attention span gets in the way of concentrating on the game, and so he keeps losing and Bones keeps jumping. Eventually, he jumps far and hard enough to topple backwards with his chair. “I’m so done with this shit,” Bones says, getting up from the ground with Spock’s help, “my heart literally hurts, I can’t do this. I hate both of you.” He snarls at them before leaving the room. Spock turns to Jim worriedly. “Do you think we broke him?” “Nah,” Jim says, leaning back in his chair, “he’ll suffer through Outlast 2 with us when it’s released, because he loves us. Plus, we’ll make it up to him tonight.” He finishes, shooting the camera just a short, meaningful smirk, before stopping the recording.
MAC Product Reviews and Demos

When it comes to makeup, MAC are undoubtedly one of the most popular brands of makeup, and for many years have been considered the best of the best, the stuff that pros use and the ultimate goal was to have a makeup bag filled to the brim with MAC products. With an extensive range in hundreds of different colours, formulas and textures; MAC is definitely a brand to have fun with, but its popularity can cause some people to doubt its hype. So here’s the answer, are MAC products really worth the hype and where can I see them in action?

MAC Strobe Cream

MAC Strobe Cream is a product that serves as a staple in my beauty bag, it’s perfect for adding moisture and leaves the skin looking super glowy, dewy and hydrated. I like using it under makeup, but you can also use it to highlight. Full review.

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

How much do you usually invest in a con?

Kiriska: Not quite sure how to answer a question this broad, honestly. :o Investment is both constant and on a per-con basis.

I’m nine years into the convention game. A lot of the supplies I got nine years ago I still use, but a lot of things have been gradually replaced over the years. I couldn’t say how much my initial round of supplies cost for my first con ever, but it was probably less than $100 for PVC, tablecloth, and a handful of prints. Nattosoup has a great post about AA essentials for under $30.

Over time, I’ve replaced tablecloths, gotten banners, ordered round after round after round of business cards, gotten new sets of PVC, wooden display racks, new suitcases, etc, etc. Investment is constant, both for promotion, visibility, and just to make my life easier. 

Product investment is also constant. I don’t order product on a per-con basis anymore and usually expect for orders to last 3-4 cons, depending on the set of shows. For example, I have three cons coming up in rapid succession in the next month and I just ordered like $600 worth of prints. Just prints. Doesn’t include other products or supplies.

But again, I’ve been doing this a long time. I have a bunch of big cons in a row. I know which prints are likely to do well, so I order a lot of them. Nine years ago when I first started, I would’ve never spent $600 on prints. Hell, five years ago I would’n’t’ve. My experiences aren’t necessarily applicable to everyone else though.

You can invest as much or as little as you’d like. Return on investment doesn’t always scale the way you’d expect or hope. Some shows turn out better than others, and some investments are more worthwhile than others. But again, not everyone is gonna have the same experience, so it’s important for every artist to experiment on their own and see what works and doesn’t work for them specifically.

Nattosoup:  Like Kiri, my convention game is a several year investment (going on seven, at this point).  My first con, I invested in a tablecloth, some plate stands, some mini comics (three I believe, at 10 copies each), and not much else.  Sales were not good.  Over the years, the investments I’ve found to have been worthwhile, for MY setup and MY merch were:


  • Attending and researching conventions to see if they’re a good fit for me and my work
  • Printing copies of my comic, 7″ Kara, to sell
  • Printing copies of my mini comics, especially my themed sketchbooks- Japantrip, Magical Girl March, Favorite Fictional Femmes
  • Getting banners printed (6′x2′, 3′x2′)
  • Tablecloth
  • Wire grids, and ADDITIONAL wire grids
  • Display materials- cake stands, easels, magnets
  • Mini prints
  • Square/card reader
  • Commission supplies- papers, pencils, ink, watercolors
  • Mailing supplies


  • Developing a blog and an audience
  • Developing a Twitter presence and engaging my peers
  • Developing a Tumblr audience
  • Developing an Instagram audience
  • Past conventions spent talking to potential customers, completing commissions in a timely fashion
  • Engaging other artists as friends and potential con-mates (hotel shares, table shares, getting tips on where product is made)

We have years of con reviews and con tutorials here on the blog that should hopefully help you decide which investments are right for you, your wares, and your interests!

Things might get a little heated 🔥🔥🔥


Rovix tweeted earlier that VIXX participated in the OST for the JTBC Kdrama “Man to man” with the track “Take Your Hand”.

“Take Your Hand” is now available on all Korean streaming services! Review our tutorials below for the best ways to stream and download the song on these digital streaming services:



Naver Music


Soribada (all in English)

Ahead of comeback in May: Make sure to load your Naver Music accounts with Naver Music plays for April and again next month May to have double the comeback stream power.

Skincare and Self-Care

Skincare for me touches 3 of the four areas that Jessie discussed on why skincare can be and should be a part of your self-care routine. Skincare can do do wonders in terms of the physical, mental and emotional.  

I’m going to tell you loves a little story.  For years, I have hated my face and I detest my skin.  I have my good days, but the number of bad days have outweighed the good. I’ve always had really dry skin, skin that cracks and sometimes will bleed no matter the amount of lotion I put on or how often.  The skin of my face however is a different story.  It’s the most evil of skin types, oily and dry.  How this happened I have no clue but I have been in a struggle with my skin for years.  Skincare has always been one of those things where I knew what I was supposed to do (wash my face, don’t go to sleep without taking off makeup, etc, etc.).  I had breakouts here and there but nothing too major, then I got pregnant and my body basically gave a giant middle finger and became even more of a diva than it previously was.  For the last 3 ½ years I have been battling rosacea, acne, followed by wrinkles (lets face it I’m getting older and I used to smoke), and then the most recent trauma is a bout with cystic acne.  It was a huge hot mess that left me in tears and wanting to avoid mirrors, eye contact and anything where people looked at me for prolonged periods of time.  I was a mess and I had no idea how to change it, so I went back to one of the best skills you can have, research.  I started watching videos on acne and how to treat it, monitored my diet and cataloged things that made it worse, things to eat to make it better.  Against my better judgement, I even further restricted my coffee intake and increased my water.  I felt a lot better, healthier but my skin was still rebelling and if at all possible was even drier and more horrible looking.  Once again I started researching to an alternative to American skincare since even the organics were drying my skin so badly I was peeling.  

It was almost like a bright beam of light descended down and was sang to me of Korean Skincare products.  I wanted to just dive in but I took my time, did my research, read reviews, watched tutorials, looked at ingredients.  Before I knew it not only did I have a better understanding of skincare but I had a better idea of how I operated.  I knew what foods I tolerated, which I didn’t, how much coffee I needed to drink to not be a raging she-demon and how much water to not get a headache (a lot of my headaches I now know are from hydration issues) and most importantly by researching and logging what I was doing I felt a sense of accomplishment and control over myself.  I was doing something purely for myself and not anyone else and that was a huge step forward and made me see that skincare is not just about looking pretty, but for me it is deeper and definitely a big part of my self-care.  It forces me to take time for myself and really slow down and concentrate on me.  I have a routine and focusing on the routine and the pampering nature of a night routine helps me sleep better and I feel better knowing that I did something for myself that day.

Skincare can be a really long process and very involved.  Be patient with yourself and do not be afraid to try different things, see what works for you.  Do your research and make sure that you include yourself, not only will you find physical care but mental care from getting to really know yourself and let’s face it glowing happy skin makes you feel better about yourself.  Feeling better about yourself and being happy with yourself are so very important in creating a healthy and fulfilling life.

I wish you all the best if you start in a skincare = selfcare journey and please if you ever want to rap about different products feel free to ask!  (Skincare is now my biggest gimmee now thing)




Spring is on the approach! Although, it’s not quite here, so I decided to combine Spring colours with a diffused smokey wing!
Once Spring has sprung, I will keep it a bit more fresh and suitable for daytime. 

I wanted to use a lot of the new ZOEVA products I have received recently.
If you saw my last post you will have seen the STUNNING new Rose Golden brushes and blush palette that are due for release on the 29th February. Naturally I just had to feature them in a tutorial, and I hope you will love them as much as I do! This set will stay in my personal makeup bag!! 

All the products used are listed in the description bar of the video with clickable links to where you can purchase them. 

Enjoy the tutorial everyone x


REVIEW: KKW x Kylie Cosmetics Swatches & Review 


Electric: Duochrome Violet Eye Look

This is a quick look that you can put together with any deep duochrome shadow. I used a violet-blue, but you can do pink-blue, green-brown, blue-brown, etc. 

You will also need:

  1. Black cream base
  2. A pale shadow in a contrasting tone from the duochrome color
  3. Matte black shadow
  4. Black gel liner
  5. Mascara
  6. Rosy neutral blush (I used MISSHA Prism Dot Blush 01)
  7. Nude liner (I used Make Up Store Nude Beauty)
  8. Soft pink-based nude lipstick (Dior Rouge Dior Nude 263 Swan)

I Nuovi is no longer available in many countries, so similar colors are Inglot #439 (probably the closest alternative) and #UrbanDecay Omen which is a lighter, more girly version of the color. 


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