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How To : Dye your hair at home for blondes

In this tutorial, we learn how to dye your hair at home for blondes. First, purchase a couple boxes of hair dye that are the right colors for your hair. After you do this, take all of the products out of the boxes. Now, pour the small bottle into the large container and put th ...more

How To : Dye Your Hair at Home Pt.2 (*Natural Hair)

This Video will Show you: How to Dye your hair at home from Start to Finsh on Natural hair. Enjoy! Pt.2 Dont Forget to Watch Part 1 Click on the Link to Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHZSNe-wQvA Thank you for Watching my Video. I would Love for you to Check out my Ne ...more

How To : Dye Your Hair at Home *Part.1

Video: . This Video will show you how to Dye your hair at home from Start to Finsh. Enjoy! Pt.1 To Watch Part 2 Click on the Link Below: https://www.youtube.com/my_videos?o=U Thank you for Watching my Video. I would Love for you to Check out my New FaceBook FanPage! Please Cl ...more

How To : Dye your hair in an ombre shade at home

We don't know how the ombre hair trend got started, but if nothing else it certainly is interesting. Like ombre clothes, ombre hair fades from one color to another, like watercolor painting. On hair this means a deep brown on the crown of the head fading into a light blond on ...more

How To : Dye your hair and touch up your roots at home

Getting your hair done and dyed at the salon feels luxurious and is as much a rejuvenating, spa-like experience as it is a practical coloring session. But with the economy as it is and hair color appointments costing upwards of $100 average, it's quite a costly expense. You c ...more

How To : Create your own leopard print dyed shirt

Leopard print is one of the newest trends, and you can easily create your own leopard print style garment at home. All you need is a basic white T-shirt (or whatever you want to dye), the dye itself and a few other accessories.

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Dye your own clothes

Watch closet expert Barbra Horowitz demonstrate how easy it is to dye your own clothes at home. All you need is salt, powdered dye, and some clothing. You can actually dye clothing in your own washing machine with little to no effort. To clean up, just run an empty wash load w ...more

How To : Turn your black hair platinum blond at home

In this tutorial, we learn how to turn your black hair platinum blond at home. When you dye your hair, you will want to use a white hair color when first dying it. It may seem extreme to do this, but because you are dying your hair from such a dark color, it's going to have to ...more

How To : Color your hair at home simply

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to color your hair at home. You'll save a bundle using a coloring kit instead of heading to the salon every six weeks. Plus, dyeing your tresses at home has never been simpler. You Will Need * A hair coloring kit that includes: * Colora ...more

HowTo : DIY Glow Sticks

WonderHowTo favorite (and pal) NurdRage brings us another great science tutorial. Making glow sticks at home is not necessarily cheaper, but it's a great science project. Check out the video below to learn not only how to make the glow sticks, but also all about fluorescent dy ...more

How To : Make an easter egg glow

In this how to video we show you how to make a common easter egg glow with a very simple process. You will need: 1. Eggs 2. Egg Dye 3. Microwave Try this fun DIY experiment at home.

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (04/04 - 04/10)

WonderHowTo is made up of niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. Thanks to all of our active moderators and ...more

How To : Make frozen lemon blueberry popsicles for summer

Don't spend your hard earned money purchasing popsicles at the grocery store this summer; make your own! While we wouldn't turn down a Creamsicle, making popsicles at home means you'll be using all natural ingredients and no harsh chemicals and food dyes, meaning your kids wil ...more

How To : Flatten a bottle cap in the Cuttlebug

In this video, we learn how to flatten a bottle cap in the Cuttlebug with Sara Sandberg. Before you do this, make sure you purchase bottle caps from a store, the ones from your home beer will not work with the Cuttlebug. Place your thick white A mat in the Cuttlebug, then plac ...more

How To : Apply a deep red mahogany finish to furniture

Add shimmer and color to your wood furniture with a Deep Red Mahogany Finish. Watch as The Wood Whisper's Marc Spagnuolo shows you how to apply this look to anything wood in your home. First Marc tells you about narrowing down whether or not you have to mask the wood or enhanc ...more

How To : Make an awesome colored smoke bomb

The video describes an easy at home process for making smoke bombs. The items you will need are as follows: 1- Potassium Nitrate 2- Sugar 3- Baking Soda 4- Organic Powdered Dye 5- Duct Tape 6- Firework Fuses 7- Card Tube 8- Small piece(s) of wool 9- Ink Pen First, mix your ...more

How To : Make homemade playdough for kids

To make homemade play dough you first need to mix all of you ingredients together in a pan staring with two cups of flour and two cups of warm water. Next you add about one cup of salt, two table spoons of vegetable oil, and one table spoon of cream of tartar. After that you s ...more

How To : Get perfect eyebrows

This is one of the biggest mistakes women make when it comes to eyebrows. Many women become overly aggressive when it comes to plucking their brows and end up with thin or almost nonexistent brow hairs. Unfortunately, eyebrow hairs can take months to grow back and, in some cas ...more

How To : Give yourself perfect highlights

Looking to brighten up your hairdo? Add pizzazz to your hair by giving yourself highlights—at home. In this video, learn how to give yourself the perfect highlights. You Will Need: • A highlighting kit • An old blouse • Water • Conditioner • A towel • Clarifying shampoo ...more

How To : Do the Weissenberg effect science experiment

When a rod mounted in a hand drill is dipped into a liquid and rotated, for certain non-Newtonian fluids the liquid will climb the rod - sometimes to quite spectacular heights. Such rob climbing behaviour is referred to as the Weissenberg Effect. Shearing in the flow of the l ...more

How To : Make Realistic-Looking Fake Blood

Store-bought fake blood isn't too expensive, but the consistency and color are always the same. Real blood varies, from bright red when oxygenated (arterial blood) to deep, dark red when deoxygenated (venous blood), and it can be either thick or thin. So to achieve the best sp ...more

How To : Make Long-Lasting, Wax-Free Candles for Your Home

Scented candles tend to magically turn a house into a home. The light flicker of the flame gives a relaxed or romantic tone to the atmosphere, and keeps the space smelling fragrant for hours. The only problem? Wax melts, and the candle becomes worthless after the wax is all go ...more

How To : Make Quicksand at Home Using Cornstarch & Water

Creating awesomely messy slops of DIY slime and curdled fake blood isn't something new—we even have guides on making Dr. Seuss-friendly Oobleck and the radioactive green ooze that created my childhood favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (minus the radioactive part, of course ...more

How To : Safely Use Hydrogen Peroxide to Bleach Hair

The first time many people dye their hair they use hydrogen peroxide. Perhaps as a teenager or ignorant college student they just walk into a supermarket, and buy the liquid, and go home and apply it. The result is usually dry blonde hair, which starts breaking in the process. ...more

How To : 8 Non-Drinkable Uses for Kool-Aid

Kool-Aid, the flavored mix powder, commonly used to make sugary and fruity cold drinks in the summertime, is also unexpectedly useful around the home to clean your rusty dishwasher, remove rust stains from concrete, and check to see if your toilet tank is leaking. For arts an ...more

How To : 11 Amazing Ways to Reuse Used Coffee Grounds

Do you drink a lot of coffee? Before you toss your used coffee grounds into the trash or compost bin, see if you can use them to deodorize your freezer, cover up your wooden furniture scratches, and help clean up the grease and grime from your pots and pans. If you are an avi ...more

How To : 10 Non-Cooking Uses for Onions

Want to reduce the overwhelming smell of paint from a newly painted room? Slice up some raw onions, place them in a bowl of water, and leave them in the room overnight. In addition to adding an extra kick to your home-cooked meals, onions are a versatile vegetable that can al ...more

How To : 13 Cool Ways to Use Rubber Bands

Other than holding together bundles of pens or creating a miniature catapult for a science project, rubber bands have many other surprisingly practical uses in the kitchen, office, for DIY home projects and more. Want to give your cutting board more traction? Place rubber ban ...more

How To : Brighten Up Your Baked Goods with DIY Sprinkles

Sprinkles are a gateway to excitement, whether it's a birthday party with friends or an ice cream sundae by yourself. It may seem like these colorful creations can only come from the grocery store, but it's actually pretty easy to make beautiful sprinkles in your own kitchen. ...more

How To : Make Easy Imitation Caviar at Home

At first glance, caviar doesn't seem overly appealing to the masses; not very many people would be willing to spend upwards of $1,000 on a tiny spoonful of salty sturgeon eggs from the Caspian Sea. Caviar truly is the ultimate symbol of luxury and fine dining. However, if you ...more

How To : Get Over Your End-of-Vacation, Back-to-Work Blues

The end of a weekend can be depressing knowing just how bad Monday morning will be when you get back to work, but that feeling is tenfold when coming back from a lengthy vacation with zero work responsibilities. Sitting in your cubicle, stuck staring at your computer screen, ...more

How To : 10 Ways to Whiten Clothes Without Using Any Bleach

Whites are the hardest color to keep looking bright and new after just a few months' time. Your sweat and oils quickly become stains, and colors from other clothes will eventually bleed into the fabric, discoloring your bright whites into something merely whitish. But before y ...more

News : The All-Natural Secret to Turning Food Purple

Even if you haven't heard of ube (pronounced "OO-beh"), you've probably seen pictures of desserts made with this brilliant purple yam. The ube really does look almost too pretty to be food, doesn't it?. While there is often confusion between sweet potatoes and true yams, the u ...more

News : How Beer Saved the World & Other Bizarre Food Facts

It's easy to take the food we eat for granted, but the truth is, there are a lot of bizarre, wonderful, and just plain weird things about what we eat and drink, the effects it has on our bodies, and vice-versa. Read on to learn how bugs provide food dye, the Japanese grow squa ...more

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