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How To: Create a matte orange eyeshadow makeup look

Lauren, AKA QueenofBlendingMUA has joined the ranks with the other YouTube makeup gurus. Lauren is a makeup artist with a large collection of eye makeup video tutorials. Her eye makeup look span from everyday makeup to creative, more expressive party looks. Check out this makeup tutorial video to learn how to create a matte orange eyeshadow makeup look. Search QueenofBlendingMUA on WonderHowTo for more beauty videos.

How To: Make a twist turn style card

In this video, we learn how to make a twist turn style card. The card will open with a neat pop out image on the front of the card! First, get an 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 piece of card stock and then score it 2 and 3/4 inches from the left edge and 4 inches over from the left edge. Then, turn the card the other way and find the center, then score from the right end to the very first score line. Then flip the card over and score the rest of the center line up to the first line. Now, make a score line fro...

How To: Improve any credit score with 3 steps

You should watch this video if you want to improve your credit score with just 3 steps. To improve your credit score: Check your credit report. It is where your score comes from. You can also get a free copy of your credit report once a year at Annual Credit Report. Check it for errors. Timing. If you're going to apply for a loan as the application month approaches, stop charging because if your balance happens to be reported while it's big, it will temporary lower your score. Don't close you...

How To: Get your official SAT score from College Board online

The SATs are a very valuable college entrance test and could determine if you're accepted or denied to your favorite university. So, once you've learned to ace the SATs and have already taken your test, get your scores as soon as they're out! Don't sit in dreaded anticipation— go to College Board and get your SAT test results now!

How To: Score goals with aerial shots in foosball

Foosball, the tiny table-based version of soccer, is one of the most popular games in fraternity houses and bars across America. It's great for bringing four people together, and is easy to learn but difficult to master. If you're looking to improve you game, watch this video. It will show you how to lift the ball off the table for aerial shots, which look really flashy and will score you goals if you can pull them off.

How To: Score foosball goals with the pull shot

Foosball, the tiny table-based version of soccer, is one of the most popular games in fraternity houses and bars across America. It's great for bringing four people together, and is easy to learn but difficult to master. If you're looking to improve you game, watch this video. It will show you how a foosball pull shot works, and how you can use several different variations on the pull to score more goals.

How To: Be a DJ using your PC if you are disabled

This is how you would use your PC to be a DJ if you are disabled. First you'll need a second sound card option for the headphones. Cheaper headphones can be used also until you're able to get the proper ones. The software you will be using supports microphone input which is called Virtual DJ. It's a fantastic kit made especially someone with a disability with all the same things that you would find in other decks and a mixers. Then you would want to just experiment with the controls until you...

How To: Make a pop-up box card

Connie Brad teaches us how to make a pop-up box card in this tutorial. First, you need to take a scoring board and draw 1 cm increments down the center of it. Now, take a sheet of card stock and score the sheet 2 cm from one end, then continue down until you reach the bottom 3/4's of the paper. Now, fold your card along all of the score lines up until the last line. Next, line this up on a cutting mat and cut 3 cm on each side until the end of each score line. Now when you set this up, it wil...

How To: Improve your FICO credit score

In this tutorial, we learn how to improve your FICO credit score. Everyone will want to use your credit score to decide what kind of person you are. The FICO is the most commonly used credit score used today. To improve your credit score you will want to make all payments on time. Catch up on past due accounts and utilize 50% and less of your credit limit. Your balance should be under half of what your limit is. Don't close your account, because this can drop your credit score as well. Revolv...

How To: Make a holder for a card set

This video describes how to make a fancy-looking stationery card set holder. First, take a card and cut it down to 10*6.5 dimensions. On the 6.5 inch sides, score 1" each. On the 10 inch sides, score 1", 7" and 8". Using a pair of scissors, cut flaps on the 10" side on the scores upto 1". After cutting these slits, you can do any designs on the card in order to make the holder look beautiful. Now fold the card along all the scores to make creases. Now, using glue, stick the flaps together. Fo...

How To: Improve your credit score, even in a recession

Now more than ever, people everywhere are suffering from bad credit. Credit is important. You need it to take out loans, buy a house, rent an apartment, get a car, almost anything! Check out this two part video, presented by Daniel Medina from United Credit Education Services, and listen along as he offers you tips on how to improve your credit - even in a recession. This helpful and informative video can start you on the right track to financial stability, no matter what the circumstances.

How To: Keep score in bowling

Bowling was at one time such a popular sport that it preempted such sports as college football, baseball and basketball on Saturday-morning sports broadcasts. So what's all the fuss about? And how do you keep score in bowling, anyway? With this helpful two-part pinhead's guide, you'll learn everything you need to know to tabulate your own bowling scores using just a pen and pad of paper.

How To: Make a small folding box for Easter

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a small folding box for Easter. First, cut a shimmery white piece of card stock to 6" x 8 1/4". After this, score the paper at 2 and 3/8". Then score again at 2 and 7/8", flip it over and do again on the other side. After this, cut the four corners with score lines off, then fold the score lines that are left. Now, grab an Easter stamp and stamp the inside of the box underneath the top flap. Place a candy inside of the box, then fold it up and place an E...

How To: Score match play in golf

Normally when you are playing golf, you are scoring against the golf course. This video shows you how to score match play golf. Match play is different from normal scoring in the sense that in match play you are playing against the other players on a per hole basis. Materials needed include: scorecard, pencil, and a group of players. Have fun!

How To: Make a small recipe card box

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a small recipe card box. First, you will need to grab any color of card stock that is 8.5" by 11". You will also need a scoring tool, scissors and adhesive. After this, you will need to score your card stock in all the different areas to make the correct measurements. When finished, fold up the box using the score lines to fold along the sides. Then, take another piece of card stock and score it to use and folds inside of the box to separate different se...

How To: Compare 2 distributions with the Z-Score formula

This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to compare 2 distributions with the Z-Score formula. In this example Doug's class has X bar as 71 and a standard deviation of 4. Corey's class has X bar as 68 and a standard deviation of 11. If both Doug and Corey beat the class average and have the same standard score, will Doug have a lower grade than Corey? If both of them have a standard score of 1.5, then Doug will get 77 marks and Corey will get 84.5 mar...

How To: Find Z with the Z-Score formula

In this video tutorial the instructor shows how to find Z with the Z-Score formula. He uses a sample problem to show how to find this. He tells you the formula for z which is a real simple formula. Now he notes down the formula on the board and brings in the example problem with sample values. He substitutes the values in the z-score formula and solves it finding out the z value. This video shows how to find z using the z-score formula and also demonstrates the formula using a simple example.

How To: Earn the "Kaboom!" achievement in Fable 3

Later on into the game Fable III, you'll have a chance to purchase the Mourningwood Fort, which comes with a nifty little mortar mini-game that you can play! Yes, it's the same as from the quest, but still, there's an achievement in there as well if you can score 2000 points during the mini-game! Geoff and Griffon from Achievement Hunter give you some tips on how to complete the mini-game with the high score!

How To: Calculate a standard (z) score in Microsoft Excel

If you use Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, odds are you work with numbers. Put those numbers to work. Statistical analysis allows you to find patterns, trends and probabilities within your data. In this MS Excel tutorial from everyone's favorite Excel guru, YouTube's ExcelsFun, the 45th installment in his "Excel Statistics" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to see how to calculate a z-score.

How To: Play Scrabble

Everyone loves Scrabble, but not everyone knows how to play the game properly. Yes, there is a set up rules that come with each game, but who actually wants to read them? Isn't it better to learn from a more visual approach? This video will teach you the basics of gameplay.

How To: Average rank scores given a tie in Excel 2010

New to Microsoft Excel 2010? Looking for a few good tips and tricks? In this free video tutorial from everyone's favorite MS Excel guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the very first installment in his series of Excel 2010 video tutorials, you'll learn how to use use the RANK.AVE function to average rank scores in the event of a tie. See the new Excel 2010 RANK.AVE and RANK.EQ functions.

How To: Split or cut concrete landscape blocks

This video describes the process of split and cutting concrete blocks. For splitting concrete blocks, a hammer as well as a chisel are required. For cutting concrete blocks, you can either use a skill saw with a masonry blade or a masonry saw. Next, proper safety guidelines and equipment are discussed. For splitting masonry blocks, two types of blocks that are manufactured with splitting notches are shown. To split these blocks, they must be scored with the chisel along the entire length of t...

How To: Make an Excel gradebook that drops the 2 lowest scores

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 196th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to use the SUM, SMALL and VLOOKUP functions to create a gradebook (or grade book) based on a total score minus the two lowest scores.

How To: Make an Excel gradebook that removes the lowest score

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 195th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to use the SUM, MIN and VLOOKUP functions to create a grade book based on given total score that drops the lowest score and calculates grades automatically.

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