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How To: Style a pin-up rockabilly hairdo

In this video, we learn how to style a pin-up rockabilly hairdo. First, brush all your hair back except for your bangs, then curl your bangs so they sit on your face across your forehead. Now, wrap a handkerchief around our head, then pull the bottom flap up to the top. After this, tease your hair that's inside to give it shape and thickness. After this, position the hair into the handkerchief so it lays down and looks flat. Hair spray if you need to, then curl your bangs once more so they ar...

How To: Remove the air from your boiler or heater

If you hear a lot of banging coming from your boiler or heating system, you may need to perform a little repair. The banging could be the result of not enough water in your system, but it could also mean there is too much air in your expansion tank. And expansion tank is attached to your boiler and helps regulate the air to water ratio for optimum performance. If the air in your expansion tank expands too much, you may need to release some of the air in order to use your tanks properly and st...

How To: Use clip on bangs

In this video, we learn how to use the new clip-in bangs created by Hairdo. These bangs are made of synthetic fiber and will mix right into your hair, there are several colors available so you can match the piece to your existing hair color easily. The piece has three clips, one on top and two on the side that will slide right into your own hair without causing any damage. All you have to do is clip the hair in and make sure it's secured. Once you you've done this, you can clip them and style...

How To: Braid your bangs

Megan aka Maybabytumbler, shows in this video how to braid bangs just like television celebrities have been seen sporting. She starts by showing us the right tools for the job: a flat, plastic bristled hairbrush and several bobby pins. Once we have the proper tools, Megan instructs us to brush all our bangs to one side and gather a small chunk of hair from the very top of the part. She separates the chunk into three sections and braids each piece under the last forming the braid knots. As she...

How To: Draw an emo boy

This video teaches how to draw an emo boy. First the artist draws a standard face. She then adds an earring which appears to be a gauge, and draws long bangs that cover the left side of the face, along with short bangs that cover a little of the right side as well. She then draws an eye on the side of the face not covered by the bangs. She darkens the outside of the eye to look like dark eyeliner, and draws a thin eyebrow above it. She then draws the nose and lips, and finishes shading the ha...

How To: Steal Beyoncé's hair from Single Ladies

Ashley Fierce unlocks the secrets of getting hair like Beyoncé Knowles in her video "Single Ladies." You can start out by straightening your hair and putting on a plastic headband in order to tame any short baby hairs you might have. Use hairspray to tame the front and sides of your hair and then take a comb and hairspray and lightly tease small sections of your hair in order to give them volume. Take your bangs and bobby pin them to the side so that they are out of your way. You will work wi...

How To: French braid bangs

Having a bad hair day? Here is the answer: French braid your bangs! Section your hair: taking the bangs with some of your hair and put it into three sections. Keep the rest of your hair aside in a ponytail. Each time that you go over the middle, pick up another small section of hair, going as far down as you want. Once you have added in all the sectioned hair, bobby pin it at the base, and there is the answer to your bad hair day.

How To: Weave an asymmetrical French braid updo

This video tutorial incorporates braids and blunt bangs to teach you how to do an asymmetrical French braid. You need to already know how to do a French braid, so you may want to brush up on those skills first. You'll need a brush, hair tie, comb, bobby pins, hand mirror and an optional flat iron for the blunt bangs. After combing out your hair, you start the braid on one side of your head and then braid down the back. Then you pull the bottom of the braid through the middle. Finish off with ...

How To: Cut your own side swept bangs

Blogger Chantal McCulligh offers advice on cutting your own side-swept bangs in this video. She shows you how to cut your own bangs in the mirror to achieve the side-swept layered look without having to buy fancy scissors for the task. This video shows the technique several times to fully demonstrate the trick with plain old craft scissors. Chantal makes it look easy and the results look great. Following her directions closely would result in anyone being able to duplicate her stylish look.

How To: Cut your own hair high and tight

In this video, we learn how to cut your own hair high and tight. Make sure you don't miss any spots by your ears, and make sure the sides are cut evenly. If you have bangs in the front, cut from the back to the front using a shaver. If you want to get rid of your bangs, cut from the front to the back. When you're done, feel the back and make sure it feels completely even. On the razor, there's an adjustment lever, so you can use this to make different feel from the bottom to the top of your h...

How To: Style a loopy side bun Apostolic/Pentecostal hairdo

In order to style your hair in a loopy side bun, reminiscent of Apostolic/Pentacostal hairdos, you will need to begin by sectioning your hair, separating the bangs from the rest of your hair. Make a ponytail, placing the ponytail low and behind one ear. The last time that you pull your hair through the ponytail holder, don’t pull the ponytail all of the way through. Allow part of it to billow out. Spray it with hairspray. Divide the extended hair into sections. As if making pin curls, wrap ...

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: Make a loud bang sound with a piece of paper

Do you like making loud noises? We do here at Wonderhowto, and this video will show you one easy way to do so using only a standard sheet of printer paper. You just have to fold in a certain way, slam it against a table or other hard surface, and bang! You've made a loud banging noise without having to invest in poppers or anything! You can reuse the same sheet to create further bangs, but the noise level may diminish with repeated banging.

How To: Style short hair for an edgy look

In this tutorial, we learn how to style short hair for an edgy look. You will need to apply a heat protector on your hair first and then blow dry it. Blow dry it against the grain so you get greater volume and it sticks up more on the back of your head. For the front, blow dry your bangs to one side and then use a straightener to pull them to a side. If you want an even more edgy look, you can make a fauxhawk with your hair, which would involve putting gel in the bangs so it holds up in the a...

How To: Play "She Bangs the Drums" by Stone Roses on guitar

In this video, we learn how to play "She Bangs the Drums" by Stone Roses on guitar. Start the intro with an A, then move to the third string second fret and then play the E. You will play this several times, until you reach the first verse of the song. After this, you will play the chords G, B, and e until you reach the end of the song. There will be chord changes up and down throughout the song. You must also sing along to match up the lyrics with the sound of the chords as you go, then fini...

How To: Get Kim Kardashian pin-straight hair with bangs

In this tutorial, we learn how to get Kim Kardashian pin-straight hair with bangs. First, section off the bottom half of your hair and clip the top up. Next, take your straightening iron and run it through your hair until there are no bumps or curls and it's completely straight. Continue to straighten your hair until all of it is completely flat and straight. When you get to your bags, you want to straighten them while pulling the hair straight up and pulling with the iron. Tease your hair an...

How To: Draw Hinata

In this video, we learn how to draw Hinata. First draw a circle, then draw crossing lines through the circle. Draw in eyes where the lines intersect, then draw in the nose and mouth. Make the eyebrows after this, then remove the lines inside of the face. Next, draw in the hair and make the bangs lie flat on the face with long bangs on the front of the face. Draw on the top of the shirt and then start adding in further detail. Add lines to the face, then add in color if you prefer. To finish, ...

How To: Create an elegant band look for curly hair

In this video, we learn how to create an elegant band look for curly hair with Liz Muller. To start, you will take a comb and brush the front of your hair to flatten it out and make it straight. Push your hair to the back of your head, then take pins to pin the hair back on the head. Make sure it's tight so the hair doesn't become loose. Continue to pin the hair on the bottom, then bring your hair to the front. Do this on the other side of your head, again brushing the bangs back to make them...

How To: Do the veil style for your hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to do the veil style for your hair. First, you will section the front of your hair and bangs into three separate and equal sections tied with small rubber bangs. Next, section the layer of hair behind the front row and make four separate sections. Keep doing this until you reach the back of the hair, adding one section each time. After this, braid the hair as far back as it goes to combine with the next box. When you are finished braiding, you will have a veil s...

How To: Do a Taylor Swift updo

TipsFromXOXOSarah takes us through a step by step instruction on how to get Taylor Swift's up-do from her song, "Love Story." With hair parted to the side, she begins with curly hair and gently swoops it in the back with a large bobby pin making a messy bun. She leaves a cluster of curly bangs hanging by the right side of her face. The loose curls left around the back of her head from the messy bun are then put up with a few smaller bobby pins. She then pushes up the bun up and bobby pins it ...

How To: Style short hair for an everyday look

To style short hair for an everyday look, first blow dry your wet hair with Bed Head Superstar Blow Dry Lotion. Then, using a hair straightener, straighten your hair on a curved angle. Roll your hair straightener on an 180 degree angle and lift your hair up. For your crown area, just lift and curve your hair backwards. Use the same process for your bangs. Using your hair straightener, just curl your bangs backwards. Next, to tease your hair, clip up half your hair because it makes it easier a...

How To: Style a pixie cut

This is a video tutorial on how to style a pixie hair cut. First, apply an even amount of hair wax to your hands. Apply it roughly all over your hair, except for your bangs. Beware of using too much hair wax because it will make your hair look greasy. Using just enough will give your hair texture. The girl in the video uses hair wax all over her head. Next, add hairspray wherever you applied the hair wax. The video warns to not use as much hairspray as she does. Finally, add softener to your ...

How To: Cut your own scene hair

Are your bangs in your eyes? Going to the salon not in the budget? This step by step tutorial will teach you how to give yourself a scene or EMO hair cut. The narrator shows you how to cut your own hair. You will need some tools before attempting this haircut. You will need a razor comb, a hair straightener, and a comb. This will show you how to get angled bangs or a "stair case" look at home in your own bathroom without the costs of a hair dresser.