Monolid eyes don’t have a crease on the eyelid, and they’re common in Asian cultures. People with monolids may have trouble finding good beauty tutorials for their specific eye shape. We brought in a professional makeup artist who specialises in monolids, Irene Kim. She created four different makeup looks specific to monolids. The four looks Irene helped us with are a smoky eye, a look with a pop of colour, the perfect cat eye, and a natural look. During these four makeup tutorials, she’ll give us tips on what looks good on monolids. Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: If you’re wondering what a monolid is, it’s an eyelid that doesn’t have a crease. It’s different from a double eyelid, which has a crease. Again, this is a monolid without a crease. This small difference makes learning to do makeup a bit harder. Chia-Yi: Yeah, I definitely see that in tutorials. They do say like, “Oh put this under the crease and then … [Read more...] about A makeup artist shows us how to do eye makeup for monolids
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“Maniac” director Cary Joji Fukunaga told Business Insider about the challenges of making his trippy new show for Netflix. He also explained why Emma Stone hated playing the elf character, and why he and Stone almost went to Netflix to see if the screening giant would not release all the show’s episodes at once. Warning: Spoilers below if you haven’t seen all episodes of “Maniac.” Cary Joji Fukanaga has built his career looking at the darker side of society. Whether it’s the life of a young Mexican gang member who rides atop a train to seek a new life in the United States (“Sin Nombre”), or the 17-year-old case two detective can’t get out of their heads (“True Detective”), he brings to all his stories incredibly engaging characters and a dazzling visual style. And in his latest project, the 10-episode Netflix series “Maniac,” we get all of that, but a little dark humour as well. The show follows … [Read more...] about Scrapping episodes, Emma Stone’s hatred of her elf role, and Jonah Hill’s questionable Icelandic accent: Cary Joji Fukunaga takes us inside the making of his Netflix series ‘Maniac’
Loaded looks. Repeated glances. Too much eye contact, or not enough. Such small actions may seem insignificant to some, but can still create a hostile work environment and make it difficult for some workers to do their jobs. Where do human resources managers draw the line of when to step in, and what can they do to prevent such behaviors? This kind of "subtle discrimination" can often go unchecked in the workplace, says Kristen Jones, professor of management at the University of Memphis. "The thing about subtle discrimination is it's so low-level and under-the-radar that it can almost be more damaging because it happens so frequently," Jones says. "It's sort of built into people's everyday behavioral repertoire." Employees are taught to recognize signs of overt discrimination — like comments or touching — but they often don't know how to categorize anything beyond that, especially when it's something seemingly minor, like a look or a glance, or even something … [Read more...] about Can eye contact or weird looks count as discrimination?
The nine-man team behind Corridor balances cinematic short films with behind-the-scenes vlogs to maximize YouTube's potential. Lydia Belanger Published 9:00 am CDT, Wednesday, August 8, 2018 Photo: Corridor Digital Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Corridor Digital This Filmmaking Crew Found Success on YouTube Making Shorts With Crazy Visual Effects 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this series, YouTube Icon, Entrepreneur speaks with the individuals behind popular YouTube channels to find out the secrets of their success. Niko Pueringer and Sam Gorski started experimenting with filmmaking together in ninth grade, inspired by ‘90s sci-fi action movies and later, video games. To learn the basics of creating visual effects -- their speciality to this day -- they sought out tutorials for photo and video … [Read more...] about This Filmmaking Crew Found Success on YouTube Making Shorts With Crazy Visual Effects
If there’s a robot uprising anytime soon, it seems unlikely to start in our living rooms. Robotic vacuums like Roomba sell well because they are so handy. But other types of home robots–pets and companions from Sony’s Aibo robo-pooch to the recently shuttered Kuri (backed by Bosch)–have flopped due to both prices and expectations that have been set unreasonably high. If any company can eventually bring us a domestic robot like Rosie from The Jetsons, Anki is a good bet. Started by three Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute graduates in 2010, the company has racked up over $200 million in venture funding. More important, it’s attracted customers. Anki has already sold 1.5 million robots by taking what it sees as the easiest route into the home: toys. The star is a manic little bulldozer-looking bot called Cozmo that drives around a tabletop and plays simple games with light-up cubes it carries about. Cozmo was the best-selling toy (by revenue) on Amazon in … [Read more...] about Can emotional AI make Anki’s new robot into a lovable companion?