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Loop Waterfall Braid | Cute Hairstyles

Love the Waterfall Braid? Learn how to create this Loop Waterfall Braid for a perfect hairstyle that your friends will adore! We’ll teach you the EASIEST braid stitching for this braid possible, so that everyone can do it! The technique essentially entails creating a loop with one small strand of hair. Then reach through that loop and pull a new small section of hair half-way through a loop, and then flipping it upside down to create a new loop. Then repeating the process across the back of the head. Then you can go back and adjust the size of the loops later, to your liking. This isn’t a hairstyle that…

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The World’s Smallest Waist

Thin Michele Koebke has shrunk her small waist from 64 cm to just 40cm by wearing a corset EVERYDAY for THREE YEARS — even wearing a corset to make her waist thin when she sleeps. The 24-year-old, from Berlin, Germany, says she aims to get down to a tiny 38 cm waist to be like her idol — American Cathie Jung — who currently has the record for the world’s smallest waist. Single Michele believes she has the perfect feminine figure of having a really small waist – but it’s come at a huge cost to her health. If you like this video, share it on Facebook and Twitter.


Meet The Rapunzel Family

Mum Tere Lynn Svetlecich Russell, 43, and her daughters have a combined hair length of over FOUR METRES – like a family of real life Rapunzels. The mother-of-five has had flowing locks since she was a toddler and still has it today because it drives husband Chip, 47, wild. Amazingly, she is forced to wash it by kneeling every time because it DRAGS her to the floor when wet. But most of the time her tresses are winning her acclaim across Illinois state where she regularly scoops first place in ‘Longest Pony Tail Competitions’ at annual fetes and fairs – and now her girls are following in her footsteps. If…


Street Food In Germany | Amazing Street Foods In Germany

Watch amazing cooking skills and street food around the world, street food is ready-to-eat food or drink sold in a street or other public place, such as a market or fair, by a hawker or vendor, often from a portable food booth, food cart, or food truck. While some street foods are regional, many are not, having spread beyond their region of origin. Most street foods are also classed as both finger food and fast food, and are cheaper on average than restaurant meals. If you like this video, share it on Facebook and Twitter.