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How To: Restore a headlight

Wipe headlights clean. Double tape around the headlights. Use two layers of tape around the headlight lens to protect the paint. Insert the backing plate into the drill. Attach the foam interface pad. Use a spray bottle of water to lubricate and keep headlights clean while sanding. Completely remove the old UV coating. You'll see heavy sanding marks in the headlight lens. With the 500 grit sandpaper, remove oxidation and pitting. Use uniform movements of up and down and side to side with mode...

How To: Write a review online

Have an opinion and want the whole world to know it? You're not alone! There are many online outlets for you to type up your review, whether it be for a restaurant, play, movie, book or anything else you have recently experienced. Check out this video for tips on how and where to post your exciting review.

How To: Give Your Android Phone Some “Material Design” with Google's New Calculator App

With Google's latest version of their mobile OS, Android L, the most notable aesthetic difference is the newly introduced Material Design concept that will soon be ever-present through the interface. The objective of this bold design is to create "hierarchy, meaning, and focus," as described by Google, and the deliberate choices of color and white space "to create immersion and clarity."

How To: Make a mermaid wedding dress out of newspapers

Looking for something unique to do for your wedding? Hate the idea of going from store to store, looking for the perfect bridal dress? What if you could make your own wedding dress... out of newspapers? This tutorial shows you how to make a bridal gown with a mermaid silhouette (fitted bodice and upper skirt, flaring out at the bottom) using nothing more than a few stacks of newspapers and some clear tape. You'll need a few bridesmaids to help you out, but it's guaranteed to fit!

How To: Perform a cool water heat conduction experiment

This is a cool science experiment to show what a great heat conductor water is. You'll need some balloons, a candle and some water. Check it out and be amazed! Common sense tells you that it's impossible to boil water in a paper bag, but this classic parlor trick was a favorite of the Victorian magician. The real difficultly in performing this effect is making it look harder than it is! As you might imagine, the secret lies in yet another amazing property of water - it's ability to conduct he...

How To: Cut cards (shuffle cards) with one hand

Want to look totally pro when you deal blackjack, or even just when you're playing Go Fish with your friends? Then check out this easy yet super impressive card shuffling trick. Cutting cards can either be boring or a spectacle, so add some spice to your card game by shuffling it impressively in one hand.

How To: Make a matzo bread covered in olive oil

If you love garlic bread then we can guarantee you'll love this matzo bread recipe. First eaten in Egypt by the Jews after passover, matzo bread was made flat and unleavened because the Jews had been forced to leave Egypt and had little time to bake traditionally puffed bread. The recipe survives today and is redone by Mark Bittman in this episode of The Minimalist.

How To: Make pasta with crisp prosciutto, peas, and greens

Pasta topped with fresh cheese and veggies is one of the healthiest and most delightful complements to summer dishes. We can imagine chowing down on this pasta topped with crisp prosciutto, peas, and fresh greens out on the balcony of our beach house (this IS a fantasy after all) with a glass of red wine in hand and a trashy novel.

How To: Tether iPhone 4 using HANDYLIGHT without jailbreaking

If you ever wanted to tether your iPhone but found your carriers’ prices ridiculously high, then meet HANDYLIGHT. This $0.99 iPhone app has a nice hidden feature. It will allow you to connect to the internet using your iPhone (i.e. tether). There’s no guarantee that this app will stay in the app store much longer (or even on your phone after you purchase it), so use it at your own risk.

How To: Add rhinestones to your hair for a special occasion

Prom and wedding seasons are fast approaching and there will soon be a ton of occasions where you will need to dress up. In this tutorial, learn how to take some normal craft rhinestones from Michaels or any craft store and velcro them into your hair. By using velcro, you will guarantee the stones stay put in your hair for the entire evening. Adding stones to your hair creates an ethereal, starry night hair look that is perfect for any formal event!

How To: Create candyland chic Christmas candy trees

We can't guarantee that these candy trees will still be there the next day if you happen to have a few candy-obsessed kids running around the house! As short or as long as they last, these candy trees are a gorgeous compliment to your holiday decor. When untouched, these trees can be brought out year after year to delight Christmas guests.

How To: Use non-transitive dice to cheat your friends

Need a new prank or trick to play on your friends? Well this video is your solution. All you need a non-transitive dice and to follow this video and you will be cheating your friend in no time. The idea behind this video is to use dice that are non standard, which means instead of having from 1 to 6 on the sides, they have other numbers. By playing with what numbers go on the faces, the viewers can skew with the probabilities of what number comes up. With this idea, the viewers can make dice ...

How To: Swim efficiently with Natalie Coughlin

Natalie Coughlin's strength and motivating voice guide you through 60 minutes of lap madness. iSWIM is broken into 3 20-minute sections: Warm up and drilling, an aerobic set, and sprints and cool down. Each workout includes freestyle, backstroke and kicking drills. Natalie's cues are golden in creating a more efficient stroke, kick and efficiency in the water. The champion guides you through each body part guarantees that your body is reshaping with every stroke. Get lean with Natalie! All le...

How To: Twirl nipple tassels with Polestars in Burlesque dance

Just for you Katja our experienced head teacher of Polestars is going to reveal the mystery behind nipple tassels and twirling. She will show you step by step instructions how to make them twirl so that each of you could taste this saucy skill! Katja starts the movie with getting in an appropriate standing position before going through the different twirling techniques inwards and outwards! Following her tips with your own nipple tassels on will bring you lots of giggling and unleash your inn...

How To: Improve golf pitching with the basic techniques

In this tutorial, golf pro Chris Toulson demonstrates pitching basics including set up, wrist hinge, turning of the body and finish position. It is important to know these details when you play golf in order to guarantee the right swing. If you are a beginner, or just need some help with your swing, follow along with this video and learn some useful pro tips.

How To: Apply an eye color popping makeup look

The makeup look in this how-to video is guaranteed to make any eye color POP! These cosmetics are used: MAC shadestick- beige ing, NYX eye shadow spring leaf, MAC pigment - old gold, GOSH eye liner -Girl power, STILA convertible eye colour - onyx, and MAC plushlash mascara black. Learn how to make your eye color pop by watching this video makeup lesson.