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How To: Create several beautiful formal hairstyles and bedazzle them with pins

Yes, it takes a lot of work to be a girl. Before a big event like prom or a wedding, it's almost unheard of to step foot outside your door without a beautiful head of curls pinned up into a low bun, rouge dusted on lightly so as to impart a healthy sheen rather than a ruddy, feverish red, your nail manicured into sparkly, glossy perfection, and a delightful dress with matching heels you spent hours shopping for.

How To: Create a humidity-proof rainy day bun

You know how sometimes you'll wake up in the morning gunning for a fabulous hairstyle, then spend an hour curling your strands to perfection only to find that when you step outside it's raining? Rain literally rains on your hair parade because it brings lots of frizz-causing humidity and wetness.

How To: Make your own microphone blimp

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a microphone blimp. You will first need a shotgun microphone and a power module that attaches to the microphone. There will be low roll off switch on the bottom which is supposed to help with wind noise. Next you will need to build a blimp with a filter you can purchase from a farm supply store. Apply a steel reinforced putty to one side of it, and this will be your end cap. Place your microphone through this and then your microphone will become complete...

How To: Walk in high heels with some tips

Fashion Demonstrator offers a short tutorial on how to prepare your self for a night out in high heels. First you start by wearing a pair of heels all day around the house, higher then ones you intend to wear later. This is to get your feet used to the feel and your self used to the balance. Then when you are ready, you switch to the pair of heels, with a still high but slightly lower heel then before, that you intent to wear out. The idea is that since you have spent the day in very high and...

How To: Organize your garage to save space

According to a U.S. survey, the crud in our garages is taking up most available floor space. Hence the average North American chucks up to $6500 worth of mostly useless stuff on the floor of the garage, while the $20,000 vehicle sits outside in the cold, rusting. It's time to get our cars back into garages. We spent more than $688 million dollars last year on garage organization and it barely made a dent. If you don't believe me, walk down your street and count the number of houses with cars ...

How To: Create a duotone color effect in Photoshop

This is a video about making pictures with two different tones using Photoshop. After watching this video the viewer will learn how to bypass two different modes in Photoshop (usually a necessity in "duotoning"). Showing you how to skip those modes and changing the tones of a picture to the way you like. Instead of spending 20 minutes using two different modes spend five with the same outcome.

How To: Perform a lower extremity exam on a patient

In this medical video, learn the process of examining the lower extremity of the body. See demonstrations of how you inspect the lower extremity, how you palpate and then perform passive range of motion of the hip, knee and ankle. John D. Gazewood, MD, MSPH, will also teach doctors special maneuvers to help examine a knee injury. With any type of musculoskeletal exam, you're looking for things like deformity, swelling, and changes in coloration.

How To: Control a Reason 5 session with useful key commands

The less time you spending futzing with your mouse, the more time you can spend making music. Learn how to save time in Reason 5 with a number of useful keyboard shorcuts. Whether you're new to Propellerhead's virtual music studio application, Reason, or their newer DAW app, Record, you're sure to find much to take away from this brief, official video software tutorial.

How To: Use the Thor Step Sequencer in Reason 5

The less time you spend aimlessly futzing with Reason's controls, the more time you can spend making music. Learn how to master the Thor Step Sequencer with this official video guide from James Bernard of Propellerhead. Whether you're new to Propellerhead's virtual music studio application, Reason, or their newer DAW app, Record, you're sure to find much to take away from this brief, official video software tutorial.

How To: How Much Time Do You Spend Indoors and Outdoors? Find Out with This DIY Arduino Tracking Device!

How much time do you spend outside, as opposed to inside? Whether it's because you're working, studying or just have a bunch of errands to run, it may seem like the majority of your day is spent indoors. Ever wondered exactly how much time you spend indoors and outdoors? Now you can, thanks to this DIY Arduino-powered tracking device by Instructables user Gramsky.

How To: Create your own ring light for lighting and more

Ring Lights can create a specific lighting that brings out warmer hues from your actors/models, as well as giving you a cool effect for the eyes. If you're not looking to spend a fortune on buying an already made one, you can make one with items from around the house on the cheap, if you have to buy everything you need, you're looking to spend around $100 which is much cheaper than buying one brand new! Check out this video for a full tutorial on how to build your very own Ring Light!

How To: Create a low-poly model of a tree in Blender

This five-part guide presents detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to create a low-polygon model of a tree when working in Blender. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial. For more information, and to get started making your own 3D trees, take a look!

How To: Work out your lower abs in five easy exercises

Perfect lower abdominal muscles really complete a tight, healthy stomach. This instructional video teaches you five separate methods of isolating your lower abs. This tutorial demonstrates exercises such as rock-backs, direct hip rotations, ab lifts, modified leg lifts, and lying hip thrusts. Once you combine each method in a regular routine, you'll have awesome lower abs in no time.

How To: Style Hollywood glam hair for your prom

You're already spending a ton of money on your dress and everything else for prom, so why spend even more on getting your hair done? You can make sure you look beautiful for your special day at home and still look like a million bucks! In this tutorial, curl your hair in a Hollywood glam style that is actually quite easy to do.

How To: Build your own HD DVR

Want to break free from the confines of DVR land? If you're tired of spending all the money to download program listings from your DVR, then it's time for a change. If you don't want to mess with DRM files anymore, but want to backup your system, then MythTV is the way to go. You'll need to build your own PVR (personal video recorder) with thanks to MythTV, and it will end up costing you less than $500. Well worth the investment. The MythTv software is free and open source, so you just need t...

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