Good evening everybody, and welcome to episode 4 of Nattertime. A light hearted show designed for you to interact, debate, submit questions, videos, artwork, bodily fluids and more. So, let’s begin. Woo!!. Album Battle Todays album battle is…Bucketheadland vs Bucketheadland 2. Two very different albums, both classics and both tip the scales when it comes to weirdness. For me personally, although Bucketheadland 2 feels like a delightful theme park on steroids, I have to go with the one that started it all, Bucketheadland. (VOTE Above) But what about you guys, Bucketheadland or Bucketheadland 2? On Blast. Now it might surprise you to know that the world is full of a lot of dumb people, who say a lot of dumb things. Especially when it comes to something they know nothing about. So today’s ‘on blast’ goes to this cherry picking numb nuts who had this to say about our guitar hero, Buckethead “Everyone is sucking off his cloud. Buckethead sucks sorry. For all you urban yuppies he is the Shit. LMAO same people like Britney Spears. Go figure. Look around your town of Studio City. You are a minority and no one will hire you. Stupid asses”. Salty much? In response, here’s our good friend, Arnold… Fuck you, asshole! In the results from episode 3, 80% of you agreed with myself and AJ good that Buckethead’s best bucket, is the classic KFC with Funeral sticker. And In the Colma vs Electric Tears album battle, 63% of you wrongly said that Colma is better than Electric Tears. How very dare you. Question of the Day Todays question of the day is, Which one of Buckethead’s guitars is the coolest? And forget about the sound, for this question, just like todays music industry, it’s all about looks. So we’ve got the white Les Paul (signature or studio), the Coopwood Y2KV, the ESP Air Jordan, the Rocket Roll 550 or the KFC KV2. For me, it has to be the iconic looking KFC guitar but what about you guys? Which Buckethead guitar rules the roost? (VOTE Above) Community Spotlight So each episode I’ll be shining a light on someone who’s video, channel, social media or anything else, that I feel deserve a mention. And todays spotlight is on:- The Buckethead Experience. If you’re a guitar enthusiast who’s looking for buckethead backing tracks, then the buckethead experience is the place to go. They have almost a hundred high quality backing tracks, which all are easily downloadable at the click of a button. You can find their website and other social media in the links below. So get chicken pickin ya bunch of slobbies. So, I’ve hoped you’ve enjoyed today’s episode. Remember to like, comment, share and subscribe. And I’ll see you next time, Woo!!.
Hi, my name is Jessica Rose and I’m speaking
on behalf of Expert Village and I’m giving you some tips on how to look and dress Goth.
Next we’re going to talk about another fashion tip. This tip is basically corsets; are awesome,
wear them. For those of you who don’t know what a corset is, I’m going to give you
an example right here. It laces up the back like this, you can loosen it or tighten it
however you want. The tighter it looks more form fitting, looser, it will be a little
bit more comfortable so it’s up to you. And then this specific corset has little hooks
in the front so you can hook it in and then it laces up the back and then also it has
your perfect Goth materials, lace, black lace and white. Next example I have here, not completely
a corset but it still laces up the front but in this case it zips up the back so it’s
a little easier to put on and off, it’s more like a bustier but it fits very tight,
very form fitting you see it goes in at the waist and out at the hips and it’s red,
very Gothic look. And last but not least we have a, this is not exactly a corset but it’s
similar. It goes down toward the bottom half, it still has some lace up in the front, got
a nice shinny black texture, shinny look to it and you just tie it in the back and it
looks very cute you can just have it over any sort of top that you think looks good
with it. That’s it, let me recap again, here’s the corset we discussed, laces up
the back, the red bustier with the zipper up the back, it’s nice and tight and this
one that ties on the bottom so when you’re going through your closet remember corsets
are awesome, wear them, find any corset looking item you can find and wear it, thank you very
There is a box, in the corner of my sewing
room. It is a box whose contents have not seen the
light of day for many a month. Many crafters will be familiar with this box,
in all of its forms: There’s the ever-growing amorphous lump
that lies underneath your desk… The monster underneath your bed… The stuff you vacuum-packed in a fit of organization
and stuffed into your garage in the hopes that you’d never have to deal with it again… This, my friends, is the UNFINISHED SEWING
PILE. Welcome back! Today’s video is a sequel, of sorts, to
my previous video where I turned this dress here into a romper! Now, the method that I showed you in episode
12 works well for any dress that has a zipper, buttons, ties-up at the front or has some
other method that allows you to pull the dress up over your hips and waist, however, what
about dresses that you pull on over your head? The dress that I pulled out of the style pile(s)
for this video was THIS dress here. Notice how it doesn’t have a zipper up the
back? YEAH. The reason why that’s important will be
obvious very soon. So, excited as I was by my previous “romper-fication”,
I also started turning this dress into a romper, in the exact same way that I did in episode
#12. But then I hit a pretty obvious snag when
I got up to the stage where I… had to put the romper on my body. Because there was now a couple of leg holes
in the way. Whoops. SO, I decided that I would open up the back
of the dress, to allow me to get it on, and to make it pretty, I’d also turn this opening
into a lace-up, corset back. So next, I placed the romper front-side down
like this and I sliced straight down the centre back, using some scissors, ending at my lower
back. Then I folded each raw edge in about half
an inch, tapering the fold at the bottom of the slit, and then I sewed a straight stitch
down each of these raw edges, effectively “hemming” the sides, like this. Next, I turned the romper inside-out, and
with a fabric marker I drew small dots on evenly up either side of the slit. Now, I shouldn’t have made marks all the
way up to the TOP of the romper, I should have only done them up to here… we’ll
see why in just a bit. Anyway, for each of the dots that I had marked
out, I poked a small hole through each one, and then I inserted an eyelet through that
hole, smooth-side on the right-side of the fabric, rough side of the eyelet on the wrong
side of the fabric. Once all the eyelets were inserted, it looked
like this! And again, I shouldn’t have added these
top few and, I promise, you’ll soon see why. Anyway, I then started lacing up the eyelets
using a piece of ribbon, lacing them up how you would lace up a pair of shoes. Annnnnd… I slowly came to the realisation that once
the romper was laced up all the way, I would still have my original problem of not being
able to get it on – not unless I had help from somebody else who was always going to
lace me up into the romper each time I wanted to wear it – which would present a little
bit of a problem everytime I wanted to take the romper off to use the bathroom. Yeah. So I had to re-think this whole lace-up corset
situation. Sooooo while I was lacing it up, when I got
up to about the 5th or the 6th eyelet pair from the top, I kept trying the romper on
my body to see if I could still pull it on. When I got to the 4th eyelet pair from the
top, I realised that this was the furthest that I could lace it up and still put it on. So, I then gave the romper an open v-back
by folding the top edges of the romper in, underneath the inside of the romper’s back,
like this, and then stitching over the top. You can see that I’ve pinned the on the right-hand
side already. Now, because I’d already inserted eyelets,
I had to hand-stitch this so that I wouldn’t run over the eyelets with my sewing machine,
which is why I wish that I hadn’t inserted eyelets all the way up to the top! If the eyelets weren’t in here, I’d be able
to go over it with my sewing machine. Anyway, we learn from our mistakes, and in
the end I still had this super cute romper with a lace-up corset back, that I think is
much more interesting than the original dress that I upcycled it from! I hope that you enjoyed these two episodes
on turning dresses into rompers – if you haven’t seen the first one already, then make sure
you watch it and as always if you try this OR any of my other tutorials then please tag
them with #diyannika on Instagram, because I love seeing what you guys come up with! Thank you so much for watching, and I’ll
see you all next time. Bye! Thank you to all of my supporters on Patreon
for making these videos possible. To become my patreon supporter, go to patreon.com/annikavictoria!
[Intro music – Descending piano slide] Hey everyone, welcome back to my channel. So the other day I went to Boots to get a
couple of things. And… well… yeah… I might have bought a tad more than a couple of
things. But I thought that I would do a Boots haul today, because I haven’t done a Boots drugstore
makeup haul in a while. And I fancied doing one. I bought a few different things that
I thought I’d put them together in a haul and show you what I got. So that’s what I’m
gonna do today. So, I will delve into this bag of goodies.
I haven’t actually looked into this bag since I bought the stuff last week, so it’s gonna
be a bit of a surprise revisiting what I bought. And kind of like reliving the whole shopping
thing again. So let’s get started. So the first place that I went to in Boots
was the Soap & Glory section. And the reason for that was because I’ve heard so many good
things about the Sugar Crush range. And what I hadn’t realised about the Sugar
Crush fragrance before was that it’s made with lime. And, as you guys might know if
you’ve followed my channel for a while, I love the scent of limes. I think it’s such
a nice, fresh, fragrant scent. And when I found out this, I was like “I need to go and
give this a smell. I’m missing out. If it’s got limes in it, I’m missing out here.” I went over, gave it a sniff and, lo and behold
I fell in love. This just smells like a drink. It kind of reminds me of the fragrance of
the lime lollies I used to eat when I was a child from the ice cream van. And it just
brings back so many memories, because it just smells like my childhood. And it’s just such
a nice smell. And it also smells like the ice poles as well
I used to get, the green ones, the lime ones. I always used to want those ones. Those ones
or the red ones, but I never used to get them at sports day. I always used to get the yellow
ones, and I hated the yellow ones. So I got the big body scrub. The Soap & Glory
body scrubs last for ages. And then I also got the shower gel. And the shower gel actually
smells more stronger than the actual scrub does. Ahh, it’s just lime heaven,
it smells so good! The Sugar Crush fragrance is made with lime
oil, capsule I think that is, kiwi juice water and a skin-softening omega rich veggie oil.
It just makes me want summer to be here though, because it just smells
so much like summer. I got a new loofah. I look like a cheer…
well, I can’t be a cheerleader because I’ve only got one pom-pom. Whoever heard of a cheerleader
with one pom-pom? It doesn’t work very well, does it? But I got a new loofah for my shower,
because my other one is absolutely manky, it’s disgusting. And I just wanted to get
a new one, just because it looks like it’s getting a little bit yucky. I also got a new cleanser, because I’m also
running out of my current facial cleanser. And I decided to get the Yes To Cucumber Facial
Cleanser. Now I’ve actually had this before, and I do really like it. But I changed to
a different cleanser to see if I liked that one more. Turns out I don’t, so I thought
I would go back to this one. This is made with cucumber, which is really
soothing on the skin, it’s very refreshing. And it’s also got green tea extract in it
as well, which is very anti-oxidising for the skin. This range is amazing, and I just
love the way this feels on my skin. It’s a gel cleanser, so it firms up very well. And I tend to use this in the morning. I use
a cleansing oil or cleansing butter in the evening. But in the daytime, like in the morning,
I like a gel cleanser. So I got that because I haven’t used this range in a while,
and I fancied going back to it. I got some new nail glue. I got the Kiss Power
Flex Nail Glue, it’s the brush on one. I do use the Primark stick on nails and I love
them, but I don’t like the glue it comes with. I’m sorry Primark, but it’s just not up to
scratch. It doesn’t do much, it doesn’t stay on for very long, and it’s really messy to use.
But I do like the brush on glues because they’re a lot easier to use, and they are
a lot more hard-wearing. The next thing I got was the Eylure Lash Fix
Clear Finish Long Lasting Strip Lash Glue. I had been using a different glue before,
but that one had gone off. I opened it to smell it to see if it was off, and my nose
burnt. I was gagging and coughing on the floor because I was so off, and I was like
“I need to get a new lash glue.” So I thought I’d get this one, because I’m
trying to get back into false eyelashes, and using eyelashes. So I needed to get a new
glue so I could experiment with that. And it’s great. Because it’s clear finish, it
doesn’t go all white and clumpy on the lashes, so you won’t be able to detect it. So I just thought
I’d get that, because it was on offer I believe. I got a new nail polish. I haven’t treated
myself to any new springtime nail polishes in ages, and I fancied getting a couple of
new ones. So I first of all went to the Essie stand,
and this shade took my fancy. It’s in the shade Tart Deco. And it’s a really nice light
peachy pink colour. It’s got more peach tones in it than it has pink, but it just looks
like it will be really pretty and nice and fresh for spring. It’s a lovely colour, it’s
very vibrant. And I’m getting into more peachy tone colours now. And I thought I would get
a nail varnish to match. And I love Essie nail varnishes, because they stay on very well,
they’re long lasting, and they dry pretty quickly too. Then I went to the Barry M stand. And I saw
that they have brought out a new range of Molten Metal nail varnishes. And this one took
my fancy. And it’s in the shade Copper Mine. This is a really pretty iridescent copper
colour with flecks of glitter in there. But it does have a little bit of a rose gold hue
to it. And you know me, I love rose gold, anything rose gold. So I thought “Ooh, this
looks really pretty.” And I just thought I’d get it, because I don’t have anything this
colour, it’s quite unique. And then sticking with the theme of Barry
M actually, I have seen, all over Twitter, beauty bloggers talking about these new Matte
Me Up Lip Kits. And they just look so, so good. I think all the drugstore brands are now getting
on the bandwagon with the lip kits. Because after Kylie Jenner brought out her lip kits,
I think everybody’s been trying to bring out something similar, or their own kind of take
on it, which I love. Because I love liquid lipsticks, I love lip kits, and I think they’re
great. Because you have an exact match to lip liner to your liquid lipstick. So I got 3 shades in the end. I got one in
the shade Runway, which is like a berry colour. I got one in the shade Pose, which is more
of a nude pink. And then I got the shade Go To, which is a proper true nude, with a slight
hint of pink to it. But it’s very, very much a nude shade. And I’m gonna try these out and see what I
think of them. I might do a review of them on my blog, or maybe on here if I like them.
Probably on my blog though, so do go over to my blog, which is www.fashioneyesta.com.
I’ll leave the link in the description box if you’re interested. Because I probably will
do a review on these once I’ve tried them out, to let you know what I think of them. Next I went to the Bourjois stand. And I’ve
noticed that Bourjois have kind of revamped and repackaged and designed their original
Healthy Mix, which is one of their cult classics. They do it in a concealer, and they do it
in a foundation, and everybody loves that product. It’s one of my favourite drugstore
foundations too. But they’ve redone it a little bit. They’ve redone the packaging and
the formulation slightly. And I saw that they had done that with the
concealer. And I’ve never tried out the Healthy Mix Concealer. So I wanted to give this a
go, because I love so many Bourjois products anyway, like the Radiance Reveal Concealer.
And this looked like it would be really good, very full coverage. And I am in the shade
51, which is in Light. So the next place I went to was of course
the NYX stand. Whenever I go into Boots, now that we have a NYX finally in Boots, in my
local Boots where I am, I always go over there and try the new products. And I usually come
out having bought something from NYX, because it’s becoming a bit of an obsession. And I have seen these Prismatic Eyeshadows.
I’ve already got one in the shade Mermaid, which is a lovely light blue, greenish, sea
blue colour, which I love. But this one took my fancy, and it’s in the shade Fireball,
which is like a really beautiful rust colour. It’s so, so pretty. I love my rust shades. Oh my god, that is stunning, that’s so pigmented.
That’s just like a really true beautiful rust. And I think that would look lovely over the
top of some burnt oranges, or even maybe some peach tones as well. And I love the colour,
and it’s super pigmented. Very buttery, but they don’t have much fallout with these. I also got a new lip liner, which is in the
shade Bed Rose. This is like a really pretty, fleshy toned, dark pink colour. So it’s kind
of like a natural dark pink. But it looks so pretty, and I really love lip liners. And
I wanted to get some more pinky tone colours. So I thought I’d get that whilst I was there. I got another soft matte lip cream. I am obsessed
with these things. I love the formulation of them, I love the pigmentation. And they
just look so beautiful and even on the lips, and they’ve got a really good colour range.
So I thought I would get more of a nudey colour one this time, and I got one in the shade
Zurich, which is a nudey pink colour. But it’s got more pink than it has nude, so it’s
a little bit more wearable for spring. It’s like a springtime nude I would say. Next I got a NYX Butter Gloss, which I love.
I do really like the NYX lip glosses as well. And I thought I’d get one in more of a red
colour. So I got this one, which is in the shade Red Wine Truffle. And this is a really
beautiful red burgundy tone colour. Probably a little bit more appropriate for autumn.
But if I like a colour, I will wear it whatever time of the year it is. I’m not someone who’s
a slave to makeup fashion and makeup trends, because I will wear it if I want to wear it. Last, but by no means least, I did splurge
on a new Benefit product. Which is not quite drugstore but, hey, you do get benefits in
Boots, so I think you’ll let me off. And I’d seen this new range of products by Benefit.
And one of them was the Benefit Galifornia Blush, which just looks so pretty. And the
packaging sold me straight away. Because the packaging is like a really cute sixties hippy
kind of girl. And she’s got really big shades on, she’s got flowers in her hair. So very much
flower power love child kind of thing going on. And the colour of this is so pretty. It’s
like this really beautiful peachy pink colour. More like a corally peach colour. And it’s
got gold flecks in it, because it’s got this big sun on it, which has got gold glitter
on the top. So it gives this really beautiful iridescent colour. So the shade ever so slightly reminds me of
the NARS Orgasm Blusher, mixed in with a little bit of the Coralista one from Benefit. It’s
more like a luminous, vibrant, corally pink, gold colour. Perfect for the summer, and it
will look amazing with a tan I imagine. So that’s the end of my massive Boots haul
today guys. I really hope you enjoyed it. Do be sure to like, comment and subscribe
to my channel if you are new. And I will see you guys in my next video.
Bye! [Outro music]
Hello dear sewistas.
Today I would like to sew a piece of clothing with you, which both grown up and young girls
will always find a use for, a pair of leggings! They are very fast to sew and with colorfully
patterned fabrics and different hem stules you can easily sew a new favourite for yourself!
The pattern and further information on the leggings can be found, as always, on my website
pattydoo. Under this link here: I have already prepared the pattern pieces
for the pants here, you simply need a left and a right pant leg, beyond this a rubber
band, and depending on which hem style you chose, a few more items. But I will take a
closer look at this with you later. So the leggings nicely hugs your leg later
and doesn’t go baggy at the knees, it is very important to chose an elastic fabric,
so a jersey fabric with elasthane. Mixed fibre fabrics are ideal, for example
95% cotton or viscose with 5% elasthane. TEXT: 95% Cotton/Viscose and 5% Elasthane I will be sewing the leggings with my overlock
machine, as well as my sewing machine by Pfaff. If you would like more information on these
models, just click the link blended in below. The first part of the pants, the crotch or
leg seam, I will now be sewing with my serger machine. The second part, the waist band and
the hems, with a normal sewing machine. But you can just as easily sew the whole leggings
with this sewing machine. The settings you should be using when using
a normal sewing machine so the seams remain nice and stretchy, can be found in my sewing
tutorial for the shirt Elaine. And now let us get started with the first
two seams, and to do so we lay the pant legs right fabrics sides on top of each other.
Now we sew the pant legs together here the front middle and then at the back middle,
and if you want, secure everything with a few pins or clips.
Here on the curved stretch, I pull the fabric edge so it is straight.
This is what these two seams look like now, and we can fold the pants so that they lie
right on top of each other. When you have laid everything nicely together,
we can proceed to the next step, in which we sew the inner leg seam, continuously from
one pant leg to the other, whereby here in the middle the two crotch seams meet up exactly.
So this spot here turns out nice and thin, we can lay the seam allowance in the opposite
direction. And now we can place a clip here and if you
want also along the rest of the stretch we are now going to sew.
This is what the sewn together leggings look like now. Now we are only missing the elastic
waist band and the two pant leg hems. For the elastic waist band you now have two options.
Either you sew a tunnel through which you subsequently feed the elastic band with a
safety pin, or you sew the elastic band on, like I will show in a moment. This has the
advantage that the rubber band can later no longer get twisted. But before you sew the
elastic waist band I recommend that you definitely try the pants on once.
While you are trying on your leggings you can determine whether you like the height
of the waist band. Perhaps you would prefer to have it a bit lower, because then you would
cut off a strip parallel to the fabric edge. But make sure that you plan in 2cm allowance
to fold around the elastic band at the top. Furthermore, you can also figure out the optimal
length for your elastic band. Wrap it, pulled slightly taught, once around your body at
the spot where the leggings’ waist band will later sit, so 2 cm underneath this fabric
edge. Now hold on to it with two fingers and make
a little mark. Before you cut your elastic band down to size, just compare it once more
to the length of your leggings’ waist line. The elastic band should not be longer.
Then cut the elastic band three centimeters behind the marking, this is the allowance
that we need to sew the band together. Now we lay the other elastic band end precisely
on this marking here and sew our band into a ring, in the middle of this overlap, using
the sewing machine. I now just sew backwards and forwards several
times with a straight stitch. The completed elastic waist band ring can
now be sewn onto the upper pants’ edge with the serger machine. So we can pin it evenly
along the fabric’s edge we will mark, using clips, the half and the quarter stretches
of ring. These markings can now be clipped to the wrong
fabric side, to the seams or the notches here at the side.
So, now we can sew the elastic waist band on once around. Either do this with the serger
machine, whereby the blade should be folded up, or with a zig-zag stitch on a normal sewing
machine. While sewing on the elastic band, it now lies
on top. Make sure that you evenly stretch the elastic band while sewing, but not the
fabric beneath it. Now the band is sewn on once around, and now
we can fold it inwards and sew it on from the right fabric side, with the elastic stitch
of the sewing machine. For this seam I will use a triple zig-zag
stitch, but also a simple zig zag stitch is an option. It is just very important that
the seam is nice and elastic, so it can give with the stretch of the elastic band.
Now I guide this fold line along the needle with a distance of 2 cm.
This way I exactly hit the lower edge of the elastic band with my seam.
While doing so, stretch the elastic band a little bit to ensure the fabric lies nice
and flat. This is what the completed waist band looks
like now! The fabric is slightly gathered and the seam is nice and elastic, so that
it can stretch with the band. Before we last but not least get started with
the pant leg seams, I recommend here too to try the leggings on again. This way you can
see if you need to adjust the length of the pant legs.
Then we iron the hem edges over by 2 cm onto the wrong fabric side and sew them once around
with an elastic stitch. Here too I will use a triple zig zag stitch
and guide the fold line along the 1,5 cm mark, in order to exactly hit the underlying fabric
edge with the seam. Now the pant legs are also hemmed and our
leggings are already done! But if such a simple hem is a little bit too
boring for you, then I have a few suggestions on how you can decorate the end of the pant
legs. All four options that I will show you now
are described in the sewing pattern. The first possibility is such a cute little opening
here, edged with bias binding, which can then be tied into a little bow.
In the next option the pant leg is shortened and a cuff is added. This is gathered with
a small loop. Particularly cute for children’s leggings is also this little bow here at the
end which is simply sewn on by hand. The fourth option is this little side gather
here. When sewing this option, a little tunnel sewn on to the inside, and this little ribbon
is threaded through. I would like to take a closer look at this with you now!
When sewing this option, the tunnel for the gather is sewn on to the individual pant leg
which isn’t sewn together yet. This pant seam you have to sew beforehand. Here I have
already done this with a cover seam. First of all, we are going to tidy the fabric
edges of our tunnel with a zig-zag or serger stitch. In doing so, we fold one of the short
sides over inwards on to the wrong fabric side by 2 cm, and then serge the remaining
three sides. To secure the lower fabric edge and the two
thread chains, we can sew another seam down here with the normal sewing machine.
I will now sew a zig-zag stitch with a distance of 1,5 cm.
And this is how we prepare our tunnel, which we can now pin onto the wrong fabric side
of our pant leg, in the middle here, a position which I have already marked with a pin.
Now we can sew it on once around, with a seam allowance of 7 mm, or the width of your presser
foot. I will now use a simple straight or quilt stitch with length of 2.
And now we just need a seam down the middle, that runs all the way to about two centimeters
before this edge here. So, and now our tunnel is completed! Now you
just need to thread through the ribbon. For this, you can either use an already completed
piece of bias binding that you simply sew together. Or also a woven band, as well as,
like I am doing, a strip of jersey that you simply fold and sew together. Then to feed
it through the tunnel you can simply use a small safety pin. When the decorations are done, you can completely
sew the leggings together, like was shown previously! Well, I hope you have now really
gotten in the mood to sew a pair of leggings for yourself! As you have seen, there are
a lot of things you can do with such a basic piece. These leggings go fantastically with our children’s
dress Leonie, or also with our jersey dress Ella for women.
I hope you have a lot of fun trying out this project, and more tips and tricks, tutorials
and sewing instructions can be found on Pattydoo! Bye, until next time.
Hello curious people! So some will say this celebration is a bit too commercialized that it pushes us to buy things, that celebrating love is every day… But who cares! I’m going to tell you about something really hot, sensual, erotic… The corset. First you should know that the corset comes from men’s body armor So you may think that it’s something quite female, or at least its story, but not at all: its origin is fully male. The story of the corset begins at the end of the Renaissance period It’s in the middle of the 16th century that the corset is very common among the Spanish court before it spreads to Europe a bit everywhere. It’s a clothing item showing a straight, serious, narrow posture. I’d say hoity toity. And naturally after the court, common women start to wear it even though it’s not adapted to them at all. But after having been mocked in a few drawings, that I couldn’t find on the internet, it’s finally embraced by all. No problem. Well then, the first corset shapes looked a bit like a traffic cone upside down. And no, I’m not a part of illuminati! In the 17th century, the corset is being decorated a bit since this pale yellow color is not enough So a few flower patterns are added, like on this one And you can see that it looks a bit more feminine. One century later, a “stomach piece” is added It’s possible to take it off from the corset but sometimes it’s attached to it. But it’s just about feeling a bit more at ease and less tight in it. You should know that at the time, it was the worst way possible to wear a corset since there has rarely been a tighter corset than this one. Just imagine that your ribs are tightened by this thing and that it nearly hurts at the end of the day. It was unbearable! Take a look at Marie-Antoinette in 1775 She looks completely constricted, poor her, and though she smiles. Welcome to the 19th century! Farewell weird traffic cone and funnel shape and welcome to the hourglass shape! We’re done constricting breasts, so now they’re going to be pulled up, curved and shaped up so it’s going to be way more pretty and way less “frrrrt” than before. And a metal bone is added to provide a better posture. It’s like the one in the umbrella, it’s called “baleine” (“whale” in French) it’s like a long metal stick that’s integrated to the corset. Let’s move forward in time and talk about the length of the corset, the way to hold the breasts and most of all, forget about the pale color of the corset: let’s add some color. In Paris during the 20th century, the corset gets this large, rigid shape with two small strips at the bottom and the breast pulled up. Then let’s move on a bit forward in time: we’re in the 1920’s when the “tubular” style is adopted. It completely squeezes the hips and the thighs and in those years, you officially say goodbye to the corset and welcome to the waist cincher. The waspie is made of rubber with a few metal bones inside a bit like the corset before and some fashion designers like Christian Lacroix have the idea of sticking it to a dress. But the waist cincher. doesn’t last long because there we are: wearing this “close”-fasioned style is over for women, too restrictive and privative, a new style is chosen with fine lingerie, way lighter and even more sexy. So corsets are used only by actors in theatre or cinema, as costumes. Nowadays, masters like Gaultier or Lacroix are bringing the corset back into fashion of course, like Gaultier for exemple who made one for Madonna with small pointed breasts. But you should also know that the corset can be prescribed by a doctor, it has nothing to do with a pretty outfit, it’s in case of kyphosis or spine issues. And so you wear a corset to maintain the body as straight as possible. Of course it has become more and more related to sensuality and erotism, even more during the 21st century. Although sometimes, gothic people wear corsets it obviously has a connotation a bit sensual but without necessarily meaning that they wear it in the street to be sexy. But then at Valentine’s, a corset suited with stockings, then you can welcome your boyfriend, you will see: I’m pretty sure he will be delighted. In the USA, the thinest woman in the world is wearing a corset. Her waist size is 38 cm. It’s very, very, very thin Be careful though because there is an internal organs squeezing and it can be very serious. I wish you all a very good Valentine’s, it’s the end of my episode, thank you for watching. Of course you can imagine that the corset is not an obligation for Valentine’s, a flower bouquet works perfectly since it’s the day of love! But it’s a bit every day, isn’t it? So isn’t this really a sexy lady story?
Hey guys! Sorry the lighting isn’t that great today but I gotta get this video out there today. I wanted to tell you guys that we actually did a thing. Some of you might not think this is a big deal but to one person it is a really big deal and that is the owner of the Chabame Corset Liners here. You can also use it for [a] tube top or maternity band and a bunch of other stuff but it was originally marketed as a corset liner. And it’s made from bamboo fibers, it’s very stretchy, very soft, and it’s also seamless, which is really important in many corset liners. So you might remember last year I did a review on this and I asked my audience – I asked you – what other colors you wanted to see because at that point I think there was only the black available and the owner wanted to know how much interest there was in having nude liners like beige, or gray or white liners and because of your feedback, it actually changed her business. So now she has available these 3-packs and it has the beige here, the black, and also a grey. And you can get a 3-pack in all black if you want, or you can get a 3-pack in all beige. There’s no three pack with the grey in it but you can get like the multi-color pack, which is obviously what I got. And it’s obviously the same quality as before; still stretchy, still seamless. It’s got this small ribbed area at the top and the bottom so that It doesn’t roll up when it’s on your body. And I’m already wearing a corset right now but just as a demonstration of how stretchy it is… So it fits [struggling squawk] It fits over my bust but you can see that it compresses down I’m wearing the size 22 corset today so it’s probably 23 on the outside of the corset, but you can see that it’s fairly seamless – it compresses down. And actually, the beige one, I could probably use it as a corset cover under some of my clothing so that it hides a little bit more of the bumps and boning channels and busk and things. So if you want to buy the liners individually, I believe they’re $15, but if you get the 3-pack, it’s $30, so basically you’re getting three for the price of two. I believe next month, she says that she’s going to be raising the price another $5, so if you want to get these at the discounted rate right now, do so soon. But Caroline told me that she wants to give back to you guys, my viewers, because you’re the ones who helped her do this, so two winners are going to be receiving a 3-pack of these corset liners. The first winner does not have to have ever tried these liners before, you just have to be a subscriber to my channel and give this video a like and comment down below saying something like you’ve never tried these liners before but you really want to try them. And the second winner you don’t even have to be a subscriber to my channel. You just have to have tried at least one of these liners in the past because it is Caroline showing thanks to the people who have supported her already. So I know this from personal experience because I have a book on Amazon, a tiny, tiny fraction of the people who actually buy the book leave reviews, and the number one thing that drives attention to somebody’s product on Amazon is the quantity of reviews. It’s not even really the quality of the reviews! You can leave two words. But just the quantity of them. So Caroline wants to gift a 3-pack of these liners to one of her previous customers that have already tried and love her products. So, if you have tried any of these liners before, then head over to Amazon and leave a verified review and make sure you put your YouTube handle in the review as well so we know who you are, and then head over to Chabame’s Facebook page and leave a review there as well. And then come back to this video and just say something like “I left my review” or you know “review left” or something So there are two ways that you can win whether or not you’ve ever tried the liners before. So good luck to everybody entering the giveaway! This giveaway will be open for one week, so it will be closing next Friday, September 15th at midnight. and that I’ll be choosing the winner over the weekend. I will be choosing one winner and Caroline will be choosing the other. So I’m going to be choosing the winner that has never tried these liners before but they are a subscriber to my channel, and Caroline will be choosing the winner that has left a review on Amazon. So I hope those instructions were clear. If you missed anything, I will be leaving steps in the description below as well, and good luck to everybody and I will see you next week for another video. Bye [Lucy smoochies]