Thursday, March 3, 2011

How to Look Hot in Glasses

Glasses are often considered a burden, and are stereotypically a dead give away of the geek. However, glasses can be a super sexy addition to your face if the correct pair are chosen and worn with confidence.

  • choose the right pair of glasses: choosing the right pair of glasses is the most important step. Many people who do not want to wear their glasses will choose a pair that is small or rimless, which they think makes them less visible. DO NOT DO THIS. if you are going to wear glasses, use them to make a statement. Often a pair of bold square rimmed black glasses with a thick sturdy frame is a good choice. It goes with many facial shapes and despite what one might think, they look really good on most people. Don't not buy glasses that have patterns on the rims, they almost always look terrible. Solid colors is always the way to go, with most people choosing black. However white or even red can sometimes work.
  • wear your glasses with confidence. Do not repeatedly push them up your nose! Make sure your pair fits snuggly to ensure this. You may want to consider alternating between contacts and glasses, it gives people a chance to see that the glasses are not a permanent part of your face, but rather a fashion choice. They'll respect you more for it. Also, wearing them in the evening or early morning with pajamas, tends to be very sexy. In the end you have to carry yourself like the glasses are worth a compliment. Chances are, that's true.

p/s**hot glasses in da house

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

How to Spin a Pencil Around Your Thumb

Have you ever watched somebody in class, or at the office skillfully twirl a pencil around his or her thumb and wondered how that person did it? Have you tried to do it on your own and found that it's not as easy as it looks? By following these steps and practicing - a lot - you can amaze curious onlookers with your brilliant pencil spinning, too!
  • Hold the pencil between your index, middle finger, and thumb. 
  • Simultaneously fold your middle finger in (at the joint closest to your hand) and extend your index finger. 
  • Catch the pencil after it wraps around your thumb and hits your middle finger, by moving your index finger back to its original position.

  • Practice this by holding the pencil in your non-dominant hand and guiding it around, so that you get a feel for how it should move  
p/s*practice it well....okay