In , the channel's subscriber and video view counts started to grow rapidly. Hidden categories: Pages containing links to subscription-only content Articles with short description Pages using infobox YouTube personality with unknown parameters. The channel's first video, "5 essential DIY hacks that you need to know" was uploaded the following day. These sub-channels were launched with the purpose to give certain content to specific audiences. Nadine DeNinno of the New York Post wrote that a "bizarre" 5-Minute Hack video illustrating the use of human hair as a makeup brush was received negatively on Twitter. After completing the demonstration, sometimes the full body of the individual is displayed as he or she presents the finished product, or shown a full view of them. Common Sense Media , a content review website with children in mind, has mixed reviews of 5-Minute Crafts. Views Read Edit View history.