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How To: Trim your own bangs to save time & money

We know what you're thinking: You have two left hands and even cutting in a straight line is a monumental feat. But trust us, even butterfingers can cut their bangs professionally. In fact, if you tend to cut slightly slanted or jaggedy then your bangs will look even better!

How To: Professionally retouch photos in Photoshop

You can never see too many tutorials on retouching portraits since there are so many types of imperfections and types of people. These two examples explains how different blurs can be used, and use of other retouching tools. You should have a good knowledge of the Photoshop interface and workflow before starting.

How To: Design top-notch brochures in Microsoft Word: Mac 2008

Sure, not everyone will want to create brochures, but for some of us, it's the best way to get around paying a design firm— making them yourself in Word 2008 for Mac. The tools and templates inside Word 2008 make it easy to create visually stunning brochures for any occasion. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to design a professional brochure in this how-to video.

How To: Calculate density altitude when you are flying

In flight school, at some point or another you will be asked to determine your density altitude. In this professionally taught tutorial, lean how to calculate density altitude on a flight computer. This lesson is taught by an instructor from the Golden State Flying Club at Gillespie Field in El Cajon, California. So, if you are just beginning to fly, check out this clip and make sure you know all there is to know.

How To: Make a professionally styled diaper cake

If you're looking for a great gift to give to a soon-to-be mother, a diaper cake is a great idea. Not only can it be customized to make a cool looking gift, but it gives the potential parrent(s) some much needed diapers. So in this tutorial, you'll see how to put together a professionally styled diaper cake in no time at all. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Dress fashionably and professionally

How we dress can matter a lot when it comes to our professional advancement? Christina Vonges gives useful tips on how to dress professionally yet fashionably in this how to video. Adding a bold scarf will add a punch to any basic outfit. When looking for a job Invest on a suit in classic and solid colors. Paring black with a pop color like blue and red signals for a after office party evening. Keep your dressing style clean and simple. This will give a conservative and traditional look. Peop...

How To: Manage and calm down eczema with tips

Eczema sucks. It's a skin condition characterized by dryness, redness, and itching. Often this dryness leads to patches of dry skin that, if bothered excessively, can lead to pus. Those who suffer from eczema have extremely sensitive skin that needs to be treated professionally.

How To: Simulate camera movement in After Effects

Shooting good footage with handheld cameras that wiggle, bounce, and fall onto rocks on a regular basis is tough. Sometimes, though, you may want to make it appear as if film that you've shot with tripods and such was actually shot with a handheld, like in some horror films. This video will show you how to create a fake camera movement effect in After Effects, giving your professionally-shot film just enough of that vérité quality.

How To: Wrap a Christmas present professionally

We totally get it if you're a present wrapping procrastinator. Thinking about what presents to get your friends and family is hard enough, and then actually going to the store and shopping around for them for hours on end is exhausting. By the time you have everything in front of you, the thought of wrapping them is just painful.

How To: Screen print your own t-shirts

Ever wonder how screen printed t-shirts are made professionally? This awesome tutorial takes you through the process, starting with the design on the transparency screen, to printing, to the press bed, then to dry. Make sure to listen for advice on how to keep your ink on your t-shirt by heat setting the t-shirt after you're done screen printing.

How To: Remove green screen spill from a monster in Photoshop

This image editing software tutorial shows you how to extract a green screen background from behind a spock-like monster in Photoshop CS3. Learn how to remove the green spill of light that appears around the edges of images, that are shot against a green screen backdrop. This is an important step in cleanly extracting a background professionally in Photoshop. Especially if you want your monster scenes to look great!

How To: Install glue-down hardwood flooring with Lowe's

This Lowe's video shows you how add warmth and beauty to your home by installing hardwood floors step by step. First you must prepare the sub-floor. You will need engineered hardwood planks, transitions, and moldings. You will also need flooring adhesive, trowel, hardwood floor cleaner, circular saw and table saw, hammer, nylon tapping block, pry bar and pull bar, wood glue, pencil and tape measure, nails, knee pads, dust mask and safety glasses. You should read the instructions. It should ta...

How To: Inspect a fireplace and chimney

To continue getting the enjoyment out of your fireplace you should inspect it regularly. Check the condition of the mortar in the firebox. If it is loose, missing, or crumbling it needs to be professionally repaired. Look for black deposits inside of the chimney or flue using a flashlight; presence of black deposits inside of the chimney or flue indicates the need for a licensed Chimney Sweep to clean the chimney in order to prevent a chimney fire. The chimney should be free of obstructions t...

How To: Make furry gloves for a fursuit

If you want to go furry, don't want to spend the money on a professionally-made fursuit, and have some sewing skills, you've come to the right place. This video will help you get your costume started by showing you how to make a pair of fursuit gloves yourself. They are durable, easy to move around in, and super cute.

How To: Sew bias tape binding on a curved edge

Bias tape can add a professional, classy edge or finish to any project. Working with bias tape on a straight edge certainly isn't hard, but the curves can sometimes be a bit tricky. However, they're not impossible, and you can pick up the technique in just a few minutes! This video shows you how to work with single fold bias tape and sew it evenly and professionally around curved edges.

How To: Properly fold a letter and look professional

From this video, learn a proper way to fold a letter professionally and place it an envelope. Basically take the letter and lay it in a flat surface, then find a spot in the paper which is almost a certain way up and then fold from bottom to that spot and crease it. Then fold from the top above the previous fold and then crease it so that it is a three fold letter. Make sure that the letter head is up when you place it inside the envelope. So that when a person opens the letter the letter hea...

How To: Thread your eyebrows

This helpful cosmetics video will teach you how to thread your own eyebrows. If you regularly pluck your eyebrows, this tactic is actually more efficient and the results last longer. You can get you eyebrows professionally threaded or you can shape an style your own eyebrows with this helpful eyebrow trimming technique. All you need is some strong thread and steady hands.

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