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  • Care For Dry, Damaged Hair
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    Shampoo your hair only once every 2 to 3 days Washing your hair every day can zap away moisture from the scalp and dry out your hair. Shampoo your hair once every two or three days to retain moisture.Step 2: Use a protein-rich conditioner. Natural conditioners that contain a high concentration of protein work best for dry, damaged hair. The proteins help smooth out the hair and protect the strands from root to tip. Always make sure to rinse conditioner thoroughly from the hair or you'll be left with residue that makes hair dull and lifeless.
  • Bathing Your Dog

    Bathing Your Dog

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    Step 1: Prepare a bath Prepare a bath by adding three to four inches of warm water to the tub, sink, or basin. Tip Line the tub with a towel to keep the dog's feet from skidding. Step 2: Put dog into bath Put the dog into his bath. He will likely resist, so stay firm. Step 3: Wet your pet Use a spray hose or a large plastic pitcher to thoroughly wet your pet. Be sure not to get water directly in the dog's eyes, ears, or nose. Tip Leave your dog's collar on to help you hang on to him if he tries to flee. Another pair of hands will also help if your dog is especially large or wriggly. Step 4: Massage in shampoo Working from head to tail, gently massage the shampoo throughout the dog's coat. Tip Speak soothingly to your dog while you're working, to help calm him down. Step 5: Use sponge or washcloth Use the sponge or washcloth on the dog's grimiest areas—his underbelly, the insides of his legs, and of course, that ever-wagging tail. Step 6: Rinse him off Using the hose or pitcher again, rinse him off. Take care to do so completely—dried shampoo can seriously irritate a dog's skin. Step 7: Check inside ears Check the insides of his ears. If necessary, clean them gently with dampened cotton balls. Step 8: Dry him Dry him as much as possible with a clean towel. Tip No matter how dry you think you've gotten your dog, be prepared: he'll shake himself like mad the minute he gets a chance! Step 9: Brush dog Give your dog a quick brush to release any small tangles, and then set him free. He'll probably go roll around in the dirt to celebrate.
  • Make a Christmas Wreath
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    Step 1: Bend the hangers Take two wire hangers and fashion each into a circle. Don't worry if they're not perfectly round. Step 2: Bind the hangers Bind the hangers together with floral tape to make a base. Step 3: Arrange your cuttings Arrange your tree cuttings on the base, attaching them with floral wire. Make sure the stems overlap. Tip If you don't feel like buying cuttings or foraging for greenery, use the branches you cut off the bottom of your tree to make it fit in its stand. Step 4: Glue pinecones Glue pinecones onto the wreath, if you want. Step 5: Glue holly Cut holly sprigs into 4-inch lengths and glue them where desired. Tip Beware—holly berries are toxic, so keep them away from children and pets! Step 6: Attach a bow Attach a big store-bought bow to the top with a chenille stem, or make your own from wide ribbon. Step 7: Hang your wreath Hang your creation using the hanger hook. Reward yourself with a spiked eggnog.
  • Improve Your Push Away (Bowling)
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    Creating the proper push away is very crucial not only in your release but also your timing. Creating the proper push away, you want to be able to manipulate the ball and put the ball in motion as easily as possible. You never want to push it, you never want to drop it. You want to put it in motion very naturally. It's a slight arc on the ball. When the ball is in position, you want to make sure that the ball is properly positioned near your body. You can have it a little bit further away, you can have it against your body, as long as when you get the ball in motion, it's not a straight out locking your elbow type of position.
  • Mexican Street Corn Recipe
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    So you're all probably wondering how to make that amazing corn you see on the side of the street in Mexican neighborhoods. Sometimes we call it elote, sometimes we call it Mexican street corn. So, here we have corn. You can see it's still in the husk. If you can get it entirely in its husk, leave it because there's a ton of flavor in there. We're going to steam it. When we're finished, about 5, 6 minutes, you just want it nice and crisp. You don't want the kernels to be over cooked
  • Golden Chess Moves
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    In chess in the beginning of the game, we want to bring out our army and get it ready to fight, and we also want to make sure that our king is safe. A lot of teachers use, what is called the ten golden moves, or sometimes it's also know as the bull's head, let me demonstrate.
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