Makeup geek brings you this tutorial on creating celebrity style makeup. Learn how to create the beautiful Pamela Anderson's makeup look, easy at home. Fun celebrity style tips. This Pamela Anderson look is sexy and fun.
Learn how to record calls by using Skype in this video tutorial. 1. Open Skype and go to Tools.
This short one-minute tutorial shows you how to record an audio file using Skype and Pamela software. This feature may be convenient for those who would like to have a recorded audio of their conference call or an interview conversation to be able to go back to it at a later time. In order to be able to record a call via Skype, you need to install Pamela Call Recorder software. After the software is installed and ready to be used, hit the green button in Skype to call and click Record button ...
Remember Pamela Anderson's "Baywatch" days? Yeah, Pamela Anderson is a little washed up now, but back in the day there was no one hotter in a one-piece swimsuit. And whether she was rescuing a very thankful (and probably turned on) teenage boy from the water or simply hitting up the grocery store, she always wore her signature smoky eye with buxomlips.
If you're a fan of Pamela Anderson, you have to try out this makeup style! Watch and learn how to recreate a Pam Anderson inspired look that will leave you looking vibrant and sexy! Follow along and you won't regret it. This is perfect for a dinner with the beau.
"Baywatch" babe Pamela Anderson is famous for big, sultry smokey eyes and plush, nude lips. In this tutorial you'll learn how to achieve an utterly gorgeous purple-based smokey eye that's perfect for a night out club hopping with your posse. It's a beautiful makeup look that'll get you noticed even if, like Pamela Anderson, you live in a town full of A-listers.
In this video, we learn how to make a Tyler Oakley inspired rag doll. You will need: an old t-shirt, a needle, felt, googly eyes, pen/pencil, paper, yarn, thread, and scissors. Start out by drawing the body of the doll out on the piece of paper, then cut it out. Now, trace the body shape onto the t-shirt and cut out two of these shapes. Now, take a needle and thread, and sew the two pieces of fabric together, leaving a small opening. Next, fill up the doll and then sew it back together. Now, ...
"Sex and the City 2" is about to take the box office by storm and bring everyone's favorite foursome back into our lives. Get ready for this fun, sexy movie with a makeup look inspired by Sarah Jessica Parker.
Check out this awesome recipe for a healthy, fast and delicious soul food meal! In this tutorial, learn how to make stir fried collard greens that your entire family will appreciate! This video, led by Soul Food Chef Pamela Holmes, will show you everything you need to know to get those greens started.
Pamela Holmes starts off an asparagus stir fry by cutting up four cloves of garlic. She chops up some onion as well. She teaches us that you take the wooden end of the asparagus, and instead of cutting of the ends, you take the end and snap it. Wherever it snaps off, that is where it is supposed to be cut off. She then chops the asparagus into equal sections. She puts the onions into the pan first, then the peppers, and finally, the asparagus. She finishes it up with some seasoning. This vide...
In this hands-on workshop, Googlers Mano Marks and Pamela Fox show how to use tools within Google Maps, Google Earth, and Google Spreadsheets to create, import, and edit KML. They also show a quick integration of KML in the Maps API, and briefly mention geo search and indexing. This talk is useful for developers who haven't had a chance to play with the Maps or Earth creation tools yet, and are looking for quick ways to create and share geo-data.
I'll admit it: I've spent many eight-hour workdays stuck at my desk, staring at my computer as my breaks slip past unnoticed. I frequently tell myself I'll take one in a few more minutes—but somehow, the entire day will pass and I won't have taken a single break.
Make a gourmet pork roast in your very own kitchen! This online cooking video series has everything you need for a delicious meal and is taught by expert Chef Pamela Bowman, aka "Chef Blondie."
Kids' art projects don't have to be expensive or time-consuming. In this free online series of art videos about crafts for kids, learn how to make fun projects from household items, taught by expert Pamela Grier.
News: Smartglasses Startup North Begins Delivering First Focals Shipments, Announces Series of New Pop-Up Stores
Just over two months ago, smartglasses startup North opened the doors at its two brick-and-mortar retail locations in Toronto and New York and began accepting orders for Focals. On Thursday, the company announced that those initial customers can get ready to pick up their wearables, as the first shipments have now arrived in stores.
In this series of cooking videos, Pamela Bowman, AKA "Chef Blondie" shares a recipe for 5-Star gourmet macaroni & cheese that will take this comfort food classic to the next level.
The mysterious technology product teased via an eccentric TED Talk nearly five years ago has finally been revealed, and it's called the Magic Leap One: Creator Edition. After all of the non-disclosure agreements, furtive comments from CEOs and insiders given early access to the device, and a seemingly never-ending string of hints dropped by the company's CEO, Rony Abovitz, on Twitter, we finally have a real look at the product.
The competition to secure the top slot in the smartglasses space is now in full swing, with Facebook challenging Snap's Spectacles and Amazon's Echo Frames with its own collaboration with Ray-Ban called Stories.
It is almost indisputable that smartglasses and head-worn displays are the future of augmented reality. However, at this precise moment, they are still a very niche market.
News: Snap Showcases Storytelling Power of Spectacles 3 Wearable with Film by LA Artist Lauren Halsey
The latest generation of Spectacles aren't AR smartglasses per se, but Snap is intent on demonstrating that the wearables are capable of storytelling powered by augmented reality.
There is little design artifice to this device. This EMILY (Emergency Integrated Lifesaving LanYard is a $3500 robot-lifeguard purchased for Malibu lifeguards. Remote-controlled and capable of 28 mph, product testing confirms that EMILY just might be smarter than David Hasselhoff and more buoyant than Pamela Anderson.
Lots of white on white posters these days. The simplicity really strikes me with this poster design for "All Good Things"