Here Are 19 Hacks That’ll Make Any Messy Garage An Organized Thing Of Beauty


1. Store small objects like screws and nails using old peanut butter jars screwed to the bottom of a shelf. 2. Create an awesome DIY tape dispenser. 3. Don’t forget to label everything — it’ll…

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To See Beauty In Japan, You Should Start Looking In The Strangest Place


Many manhole covers feature classic Japanese themes like cherry blossoms and architecture, like this one from Nankou, Osaka. This one from Nara features a classic autumn landscape next to Horyu-ji, a famous Buddhist temple. Despite…

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What People In Japan Are Doing In The Name Of Beauty Is Totally Disgusting


The slime that snails leave behind when they crawl over a surface remove dead skin cells, can help relieve sunburn, and it also moisturizes the skin. Snail slime is also believe to have an anti-aging…

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Deep Under The Sea, There Is Incredible Beauty You May Never Get To See


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Most People Would Just See Scrap Metal, But This Man Sees Potential For Beauty


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What Women Used To Do In The Name Of Beauty Is Downright Shocking, Even Today


1. Those are some powerful-looking blowdryers. 2. This woman is undergoing a permanent hair procedure in 1929 Germany. 3. This crazy-looking hear gear was invented by Max Factor in 1930. Its purpose was to aid…

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The Simple Beauty Of Water Comes Alive With This Beautiful Macro Photography


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The Otherworldly Beauty Of Rime Ice Captured In Photos


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A Video Breaks Down 100 Years Of Beauty Trends (And Pressures) In One Minute


The demure early 1900s. The roaring 1920s. The stoic 1930s. The swinging 1940s. The sultry 1950s. The groovy 1960s. The far out 1970s. The totally rad 1980s. The fly 1990s. The chic 2000s. The return…

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Cambridge’s Annual Photo Contest Showcases The Beauty Of Engineering


1st Prize: Adrianus Indrat Aria: Asteroidea Electrica 2nd Prize: Yarin Gal: Extrapolated Art 3rd Prize: Anthony Rubinstein-Baylis: Francis the Engineer Tanvir Qureshi: Concrete Crack Bridge for Self-Healing James Griffith: Fractured Rainbows: Mode II Cracks in…

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