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How To: Become a dentist

Does dentistry sound of interest to you? If you don’t mind spending the day in other peoples’ mouths, dentistry might just be the career for you. In this video, learn what steps need to be taken to break into the field of dentistry.

How To: Use blue tape when tattooing

Using blue tape and a dental bib during tattooing to protect a portable tattoo armrest from ink and blood. The process of protecting the armrest is simple. This process would prevent ink from being transferred to another person or even onto their clothes. Using the dental bib you place it over an armrest and use blue 3m tape to secure the dental bib. Once this is done you are ready to start tattooing. Very cost effective and efficient way to protect an armrest and others.

How To: Make a simple homemade journal from index cards, dental floss and a cereal box

Traditional bookbinding can be a complicated job requiring specific tools and crafts. But when you're making a personalized homemade journal or diary at home, anything goes. This video will show you the basics of making a simple, small book using easy methods with materials you likely have around the house, like index cards (for the folios), a cereal box (book cover), paper, duct tape, scissors, dental floss (binding), glue, Sharpie marker, and an awl or sewing needle.

How To: Take care of your dog's teeth

Learn how to care for your pet with help from VetVid. See how to take care of your dog's teeth. In this video tutorial, they explain the importance of properly caring for your dog's teeth. See what you can do to prevent canine dental disease and how to maintain your dog's teeth through good dental hygiene.

How To: Trim your beard

Unless you're actively going for that caveman look, it's a good idea to keep your beard in good trim. Otherwise, good luck finding a decent loincloth and club these days. . . You will need a beard in need of trimming, a mirror, a pair of barber's scissors, a wide toothed beard comb, an electric beard trimmer with guard attachment, a razor and some water. If you are using the beard trimmer, you don't need the comb - just set the trimmer's guard attachment to cut the least amount of hair possib...

How To: Maintain a perm to make it last

In this video the woman is lecturing on how to maintain a hair perm. She advises to locate a good salon to determine what type of perm you want for your particular hair type. After you get a perm do not wash the hair for at least 14 hours in order for the perm to set properly. Keep the hair moisturized as much as possible. Do this by looking for hair products such as shampoo and conditioners indicating it contains moisturizers. The woman very emphatically cautions against rubbing the hair wit...

How To: Cut a girl’s hair

Learn how to give your daughter a trim and you’ll save big bucks on trips to the hairdresser. Learn how to give a child a haircut, at home. This is a cost effective tip that will help you save money.

How To: Back comb and style Asian hair

This video hairstyling tutorial demonstrates a simple way to do weird Asian hair with just wax and a comb. Straightening the hair before using this method will make the hair puffy and fuzzy. Watch this instructional video and learn how to back comb and style Asian male hair into a spiky 'do.

How To: Pick handcuff locks and escape

This guy shows how to easily bust out of handcuffs with one of three household items. Its a cool thing to know but most of the time if someone puts handcuffs on you its best to just leave them on. Uses a dental tool and bobby pins.

How To: Easily trim side swept bangs

This video is about how to easily trim side swept bangs at home. You will need a plastic grocery bag, a spray bottle, a clip or ponytail holder, a comb and some sharp scissors. First put your hair behind your ears so you can see where your bangs start and comb your bands straight down and comb the rest of your hair back and clip the back of your hair back. Get the bangs wet with your water bottle. Decide what length you want. Make sure to cut them a little longer than you want them to be beca...

How To: Do big hair right

With the '70s gaining major fashion momentum in the recent Spring/Summer 2011 shows, big hair is here to stay. While voluminous, Beyonce-like locks has always been popular, it's especially hot this season.

How To: Bobby trap dental floss with a party popper

Party poppers are magnificent. They can be used for a plethora of pranks— basically, any prank where the victim / target has to open something. You can use party poppers on practically any household item, but this video covers the much used dental floss container. The exploding floss prank is easy to do yourself, and requires only the floss container, the party poppers, scissors, and a screwdriver. Once your prank target goes to use their floss, they'll have quite the grin.

How To: Treat halitosis or bad breath the right way

Around 50% of us suffer from halitosis (or bad breath) at some time in our lives, and one in four adults suffer from it on a regular basis. In this exclusive guide, Dr McKenna demonstrates a simple technique to check for bad breath, and advises on ways we can ultimately prevent the ‘death breath’. She also reminds us that around 90% of bad breath cases are due to poor oral hygiene, so a visit to the dental hygienist at least once a year wouldn't hurt. Well, it might do…but would you rather ha...

How To: Fix hat hair to a cool hot look for men

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to fix hat hair for men with long hair. Begin by spraying some duo shot conditioner into your hair to make your hair more wet and easy to work with. Use a comb or your hands to push your hair back. Then evenly distribute some light wax by rubbing it into your hands and apply it into your hair. Run the wax through your hair and push it back. Then use a comb to part the side and top of the hair. Comb the hair to one side and spray some hairspray to help...

How To: Create the beehive hair style

First of all you need a long hair brush and a teeth hair brush. You may also use a band for adding glamour. Start by spreading the hair on the front of the head. Now go one inch behind and then take a lock of hair and then comb it and then start back-combing it to the front. Repeat this process taking different locks of hairs at the top and then back-combing them in sections. So you get a hair line on the top of the head which divides the hair into two parts. Now you have to comb the back por...

How To: Put in temporary tooth cavity fillings yourself at home

Cavities are an unfortunate sideeffect of our sugar-infused society, and getting them filled is time-consuming, expensive, and requires a trip to the dentist. Do you have some serious courage and want your dental work done on the cheap? Watch this video for an amazing guide to filling your own tooth cavity at home using simple and cheap ingredients. It's amazing what you can do with a little DIY know-how.

How To: Spike a mohawk & put it into a fan

Getting a professional looking mohawk can be done quicker and cheaper than you probably thought. All that is needed is Neutrogena, Aqua Net, a comb, and a blow dryer. Use the comb to gather and pull the front section of your hair straight up and hold in that position with the comb. With your other hand apply the hair spray and then the hair dryer repeatedly until the hair stands on its own. Do the same thing with the next sections of hair until all the hair is spiked. Then give the whole moha...

How To: Open locks with comb picks

Not a great lock picker? Well, get some help figuring out how to break into padlocks and high security locks -- check out this video tutorial on how to open locks with comb picks. Comb picks are one of the best ways to hack into these common everyday padlocks. It's not a foolproof way to pick locks, but it's great when it works.

How To: Curl short hair with a comb

Curling short hair is pretty easy. Its just a matter of technique. This useful and interesting video gives detailed information about curling short hair that women of all ages can use in their detailed lives with just a comb and a curling iron. The method of 'bumping the hair' for a smoother finish is also described. A handy hint is that the scalp can be protected by placing the comb between the scalp and curling iron. Make sure that there are no knots in the hair before curling to avoid mess...

How To: Straighten your hair using hair straighteners

Leo Bancroft with Handbag demonstrates how to straighten your hair with a hair straightener. First, use good clips to section off your hair. Fasten the clip to your hair in a straight line and then fold the excess hair up. Comb through the hair to ensure that you are not straightening any knots. Apply the flat iron to the hair without using a clamping motion. Gently glide the hair straightener over the hair shaft with the comb or brush guiding the hair straightener through the hair. Using the...

How To: Make a front side-braid

The front side-braid is best known as the Lauren Conrad braid. Conrad loves working the effortlessly cool, braided bohemian hairstyles, and for good reason. This front side-braid style is the perfect combination of practicality and beauty. It gets all the pesky hair out of your face while creating beautiful nymph-like pleats.

How To: Freshen your bad breath

Nobody likes having bad breath. Not only does it leave you with a bad taste and scare away potential suitors, it can be a signal of more serious dental issues. This helpful video from Colgate offers up some tips you can use to cure your bad breath and improve your overall health.

How To: Tease your hair before school

With this video, we learn how to tease your hair before school. First, put all your hair in a ponytail except for the bottom layer. Then, use your comb to comb the hair backwards to tease it. Spray hairspray on it as well to make it stick in place. After this, start to let your hair down in different layers, doing the same process you did on the bottom layer. After this, you will finish with the very top of the hair, then comb it all down lightly so it's smooth. When finished, you can style y...

How To: Get wavy hair with a wide-toothed comb and no heat

In this tutorial, we learn how to get wavy hair with a wide-toothed comb and no heat. First, spray some waving product all over your hair and then comb it out. From here, you will combine the top half of your hair and then twist it into a bun. After this, clip it to your hair with a bobby pin. After this, grab the right side of the hair and then twist it up into the head. From here, you will repeat the process on the other side of your hair. Leave this in your hair overnight and then take out...

How To: Make the country bump hairstyle

To make the country bump hairstyle as seen on Carrie Underwood, Dean Banowetz, a stylist from American Idol demonstrates for BeautyTV. First, he takes a section of hair from the forehead to the crown and from the center of one eye to the other. Then he sections it from side to side and back combs the hair lightly to create the bump in the front. Additional back combing or a tail comb can be used to increase the volume of the bump as desired. After smoothing the top layer of hair over the bump...

How To: Create a hair quiff

To create a quick hair quiff, start with a triangle section from the crown to the edge of the eyebrows on both sides. Take the section at the crown and back comb with a fine comb, but pushing down through the hair and gathering hair to the root about three times. Pull the hair that is left over it and repeat with another section. Finish with all sections until only one is left at the front. For the final section, back comb one time, and smooth over the other previous sections. Use a small bri...

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