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How To: Make long hair short without cutting it

Do you ever want you hair to appear short, but feel that cutting it is the only way? Well YouTips4U has found a unique and creative strategy to making your hair appear short without even having to cut it! It's a simple process and all you need is a ribbon of your choice. YouTips4U shows you a few different basic styles and tips you can use to make your hair look short and beautiful. So if you are looking for a short new look for your hair without the cut, this is the video for you.

How To: Know the basics of cutting a mango

1. Peel the mango from top to bottom. Using the Y-shaped peeler, work your way around the mango, removing the skin. If the fruit is not quite ripe, keep peeling it away until the pulp is bright yellow. As you expose more pulp, use a paper towel to hold the peeled mango so it doesn't slip out of your hand. Peel away the tips. 2. Determine the tallest line of the mango. Place the mango on the cutting board and find the side that seems the tallest. the pit will be sitting along that line. 3. Sli...

How To: Pot a rooted geranium cutting

The hard part of planting your geraniums is getting them to produce roots. Once you have done that it is important to transfer them to an adequate pot for further growth. This gardening how-to video demonstrates the proper way to pot up rooted geranium cuttings.

How To: Use fruit cutting tools

On this episode of FoodGear add a little spice to your summer fruit consumption. At a standard kitchen store, you should be able to find every kind of fruit cutting gadget under the summer sun. Watch this instructional cooking video for advice on choosing grapefruit knives, strawberry holers and melon ballers. Remember, a fruit cutting tool won't actually make the fruit taste better.

How To: Take cuttings from a blue flower sage

In this gardening tutorial, Martin Fish from Garden News shows you how to take cuttings from Salvia patens or blue flower sage. Cuttings are a way to root new plants from a larger plant. Watch this how to video and you can get tips on how to take a cutting and root a blue flower sage plant.

How To: Perform the Cutting The Deck card trick

Do you want to be a magician? Well then join Ryan Oakes and his assistant Damian as they show you a great card trick called Cutting the Deck! You will need one deck of cards, a pencil and a piece of paper. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors, so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks. 1. Preparation: Take a look at the top card of the deck (make sure it’s shuffled beforehand) and then write the name of the card on the p...

News: Under cutting door jambs with a hand saw, before installing laminate flooring

If your installing your own laminate flooring, you may need to under cut some door jambs. Cutting your own door jambs with a hand saw is the least expensive way. You can rent or purchase an electric jamb saw if you prefer. In my opening photo is a door jamb hand saw, which can be purchased for under 20.00 at the big box stores. When installing laminate flooring the laminate needs to be able to slide under the door jambs so it appears that the door jambs are installed on top of the laminate fl...

How To: Use a rotary cutter

In this video, we learn how to use a rotary cutter with Kenneth D King. Before you begin, make sure to use a cutting mat so you don't damage the top of your surface. To cut your item, you simply place the rotary cutter on the bottom of the item, then run it through until you have reached the top, or the desired area you want to cut. If you want to cute with a different shape, then you can purchase different cutters that will create shaped edges on what you are cutting. After this, place your ...

How To: Use CuttleKid dies in a Cuttlebug machine

Die-cutting and embossing machines may be marketed to be used in the specific machine they were designed for, but are actually multi-purpose. This allows the user to choose from a greater variety of die-cutting and embossing equipment, as well as saves money on buying unnecessary tools and supplies. Watch this video crafting tutorial and learn how to use CuttleKid dies in a Cuttlebug embossing machine.

How To: Cut metal rods with bolt cutters

This is an instructional video featuring Doug Prime, founder of the Future Engineers Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Aviation snips are good for cutting small metal, but nail and steel rods require bolt cutters. Use safety glasses and clear the room as pieces could fly. Stand up as bolt cutters require strength and pressure.