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How To: Style short hair in a classic Hollywood style

In this tutorial, we learn how to style short hair in a classic Hollywood style. To start this look, pin your hair up in different layers and start off with the very bottom layer. Next, heat up a barrel roller until it's hot. Next, grab a small piece of hair and place the barrel roller into it for several seconds until you feel the curl has settled in. After this, release your hair and spray hair spray into it. Your hair will come out with more of a crimp than a curl when you are finished, de...

How To: Use and care for a pressure cooker

This video describes the different parts of a pressure cooker, and how to use it. The pressure cooker consists of a heavy gauge pot and a tight fitting locking lid with a pressure release and a button that pops up when the right pressure is reached. There is also a quick release valve that you can turn manually. There is also a gasket that fits inside the lid to keep the pressure in the pot. To assemble the pressure cooker, insert the gasket under the flanges in the lid, line the lid up on th...

How To: Make a waterfall bong

This video teaches the secrets of making a waterfall bong in simple steps. First take a glass bottle and make a hole near the bottom of the bottle. Now make a hole in the bottle cap and get a wrench socket depending on your cap size. Stick the socket to the cap using glue and make a wire screen if you wish. Fill the bottle with water and load it by closing the hole using your finger. Finally get alight and release your finger from the hole to finish.

How To: Use the present tense of -AR verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish: Present tense of -AR verbs (tu form). When you are speaking with "ar" verbs, you will have to change them depending on who you are talking about. You will also have to change if you are talking about yourself and depending on what the tenses are. If you are talking about yourself drawing, you would say "yo dibujo", which means "I draw". You will say "tu dibujas" if you are saying "you draw" to a group of people. Learn some common "ar" verbs, then ...

How To: Use a squirt and swerve sidespin while playing pool

In this tutorial, we learn how to use a squirt and swerve side spin in pool. When you use swerve, the Q-ball will go straight, then curve, then go straight again at an angle away from the straight line. This depends upon if the cue is level, if it's completely level you won't get any swerve at all. This is the biggest problem when using side spin, so avoid when trying to use this technique. The squirt depends upon if you change sticks. The tip rotates on the ball and pushes the ball into a di...

How To: Properly put in hair extensions

When putting in your hair extensions you will need to take into account that there are eight pieces four large ones and four small ones, you can use all of them or a couple depending on what you want. The first thing you will want to do is with your two index fingers is move them right above yours ears to the back of the head and grab the top potion of your hair in a part or ponytail. Use a clip or tie to keep this out of the way. The hair extensions have clips on them that open when you pres...

News: Apple's iOS 12.4.1 for iPhone Fixes Jailbreak Vulnerability, 12.4.2 Patches Other Security Issue

While all eyes might be on the next beta release for iOS 13, Apple is still pumping out updates for iOS 12. The company released iOS 12.4.1, the first update since iOS 12.4, on Aug. 26. The latest update includes a patch for the jailbreak vulnerability recently discovered in 12.4. One month later, on Sept. 26, iOS 12.4.2 came out for older iPhone models.

How To: Use the verb "be" in different tenses in English

In this video, we learn how to use the verb "be" in different tenses. This verb changes depending on the verb tense and subject in which it's used. In the present tense, "I am", "we are", "you are", etc can be used. In the past tense "I was", "you were", "he was", "we were", etc can be used. For future tense "I will be", "you will be", "he will be", "she will be", etc can be used. Depending on the tense you have, the verb "be" will change in all the sentences. Make sure to go over these and l...

How To: Perform a digital nose job in Photoshop

This Photoshop tutorial on performing a nose job using Photoshop contains detailed instructions on the use of Photoshop tools to, depending on taste, enhance the appearance of an individual. The person narrating the tutorial specifies the necessity of subtlety with the modification of the picture in order to remove any appearance of modification. The way described is essentially to select the general nose area, feather the selection by an optional amount, and set it in a separate layer. Then ...

How To: Choose plant fertilizer

To grow beautiful flowers and plants in an outdoor garden, you need to feed your soil the right plant food – a fertilizer that will help your plants thrive. Watch this video to learn how to choose plant fertilizer.

Deal Alert: Google's Giving 75% Off Any Movie Rental

If you've been looking to catch up on some of the Academy Award winners or nominees, or just feel like kicking back and watching a flick but can't find anything good on Netflix or Amazon Prime, then head over to the Google Play Store. Google is offering a single rental for 75% off the listed price, and the bargain is valid for the Play Store's entire collection of rentals. That means you won't be able to use the deal on newer buy-only releases like The Revenant and the Point Break remake. Als...

How To: Rig up a TV remote that will turn off the TV when someone sits on the couch

Now here's a prank for the more sophisticated and technologically knowledgeable among you. This video will teach you how to rig up a TV remote and a simple DIY pressure sensor to a couch in such a way that whenever someone sits on it, it will turn the TV on or off depending on what it was before. It's really not that hard, hilarious, and a great way to learn about electronics while you prank you friends.

How To: Use motion tracking in After Effects

Motion tracking a movie scene in After Effects is a royal pain in the butt. It takes a long time, depends largely on the suitability of the footage you are working with, and is rather confusing. This video is here to shed some light on the subject, offering many tips and tricks for basic motion tracking in After Effects. If you're having trouble getting your own scum-sucking monster to wander the desert realistically, watch this video!

How To: Clip your cat’s nails

Long nails are bad for both your cat and your furniture. For cats, nails that are too long make it hard to walk comfortably, and in an effort to shorten them they will scratch up your precious Pottery Barn furniture. So to save both your cat's sanity and your own, check out this video to learn how to clip your cat's nails.

How To: Use the entes de and después de verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish: Antes de / DespuŽs de + verbs. When you say "antes de" this means before and "despues de" means after. Saying these in sentences can help describe doing something at a specific time. The formula for this is to have the "antes/despues de" + an infinitive. Learning some basic reflexives can help you describe what you are doing. For example, "levantarse" means to get up. You will change the tense of the verb depending on when you did it, then change ...

How To: Use the present tense of AR verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish by using the present tense of AR verbs. For females, "ellas" means they and for males "ellos" means they. To say "you all" you would say "ustedes". For example, the word "trabajar" would knock the "ar" off depending on who was the subject in the sentence. It would be replaced with "o", "as", "a", etc depending on who was being talked about. This goes the same for every verb that ends in "ar". The tense must change when you are talking about singula...

How To: Use a drawing pad in Photoshop

In this brief instructional video sponsored by River City Graphics, the host teaches you how to use the Whack-em Bamboo drawing tablet with Adobe Photoshop software. He begins by showing you how to change your pen's pressure, allowing you to get a thicker or thinner line depending on how how you push down on your pen. He also shows you how to change the color and make your pen give your project a beautiful color gradation, also depending on the pressure you apply to your pen. This video is ve...

How To: Shave when you're starting out

This is a very quick and simple tutorial on how to shave using a disposable razor bought from a store. You have to begin by taking whatever kind of shaving cream you have and applying it to the area you want to shave. In this video tutorial, it will be applied to the lower face for a clean and neat shave. When applying the shaving cream make sure to rub it in completely and make it a nice thick lather and then turn on the hot water on your sink. Run the blade under hot water until the blade i...

How To: Understand how metals react in hydrochloric acid

In this video tutorial the instructor talks about Hydrochloric acid (HCL) and how it reacts to a few metals. To try this out take 30 ml of concentrated hydrochloric acid in a beaker. You need to employ caution while handling acids, especially if you use strong ones. Now you can throw small pieces of different metals into it carefully to see how it reacts with different metals. For instance when this HCL comes in contact with metals various reaction take place depending up on the metal. Like i...

How To: Maintain a knife by sharpening it monthly

This video demonstrates how to sharpen a carbon steel knife using a whet stone. Depending on how much you use the knife and how you use it, the knife might need to be sharpened once a month or every other week. First the whet stone should be lubricated using water. Then place the knife on the whet stone at an angle as shown in the video and drag it up and down while applying ample pressure to sharpen it. Do not twist the knife. Depending on the hardness of the knife and the roughness of the w...

How To: Set up automatic brightness on a Blackberry

Austin from 'Best Buy Tips and Tricks' give out a mobile tip on how to extend the battery life of your Blackberry by using the Blackberry's built-in function called the automatic black light dimmer. This function changes the brightness of the back light automatically depending on the light intensity of the environment you use the phone. Activate this function as shown in the video so that your phone changes the brightness of your Blackberry screen to an optimal level depending on the environm...

How To: Use tense release technique and self-massage to cure headache and stress

Stress, migraines, headaches, sounds like life to me. When life gets too fast and stressful for us, you may think that you do not have the time, or the money, to get a professional massage, or take care of ourselves. But it's easier than you think, with these amazingly relaxing videos you will learn various holistic solutions to some of the most common problems such as stress, migraines, and headaches through self-massage and tense release techniques.

How To: Use quick releases for your front and rear wheels

Quick releases are one of the most convenient features that you can have on your bike, allowing you to change out your wheels quickly and easily without any additional tools. This video will show you how to use the quick releases on your bike to replace a flat or otherwise damaged tire on the fly, helping you get back to riding without getting your hands dirty.

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