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How To : Wear contact lenses

In this video series, our expert optometrist, Dr. Edward Weaver will show you how to wear contact lenses. Part 1 of 15 - How to Wear contact lenses. Wear contact lenses - Part 2 of 15. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Wear contact lenses - Part 3 of 15. C ...more

How To : Insert and wear contact lenses in six easy steps

Watch this video tutorial from QQContacts.com to learn how to insert and wear contact lenses in six easy steps. Before inserting the contact lenses in your eyes, make sure that you thoroughly clean your hands with warm water. Put the contact lenses on your hand and drench it ...more

How To : Apply makeup if you wear glasses or contact lenses

The makeup artist Julia presents this tutorial in partnership with VSP vision care in order to demonstrate makeup tips for people wearing glasses or contact lens. -On cleansed and moisturized facial skin, apply an appropriate foundation with a stiff buffer brush. -Use a concea ...more

How To : 9 Ingenious Uses for Your Spare Contact Lens Cases

There are over 38 million people who wear contact lenses in the United States, but nearly a quarter of those never replace their contact lens case. If you're one of those folks, you probably have a drawer full of empty, unused lens cases in your home. Start putting them to goo ...more

How To : Find a lost contact lens

This video shows you how to find lost contact lenses and other small things very easily. This is a good practice if you lose your lenses in the bathroom, on a dark carpet and other dark backgrounds. It saves money. This process works with hard and soft lenses, nails, and needl ...more

How To : Make a Solar Death Ray with an Old Projection TV

In this article, I'll show you how to make an awesome "Death Ray" using the large magnifying lens from an old projection TV. The lens is called a Fresnel lens; a device that employs several ridges to focus light, rather than a complete curve. When sunlight passes through the ...more

How To : Put in and remove contact lenses

Nothing is worse than having a contact slide under your eyelid. Okay, there are worse things. But this is one you easily can avoid. Check out this Howcast video tutorial on how to put in and remove contact lenses. You Will Need * Good lighting * A sink * Unscented soap * A m ...more

How To : Care for contact lenses

Taking care of contact lenses and tips for cleaning a contact lens. Learn about eye-care, solution, and better vision in this free video. Part 1 of 15 - How to Care for contact lenses. Care for contact lenses - Part 2 of 15. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.c ...more

How To : Use ninhydrin to reveal latent prints on paper

In this tutorial, we learn how to use ninhydrin to reveal latent prints on paper. This will work out because you will be spraying a special liquid onto the porous area. After this, you will turn on a black light and then be able to see the fingerprints appear in purple! Be car ...more

How To : Break in the brushed motor of an RC car

It's simple: if you've got a brushed motor, you'll want to break it in under controlled circumstances before taking it out into the world. Why break in your engine? The main idea of breaking in your engine is to wear down your engine's brush so as to maximize surface contact w ...more

How To : Deal with pregnancy indigestion

Pregnancy indigestion is easily remedied through modifications in diet, eating routine, sleeping habits, and dress. You Will Need * Two or three pillows * Loose, comfortable clothing * A doctor WARNING: Never change your diet without first consulting your physician. Step 1: ...more

How To : 5 DIY Treatments for Your Bad Hair Days

Who would have thought that dryer sheets can be a quick remedy for super-staticky flyaway hair? But it's true. It's all about the positive charges in the sheets and their ability to neutralize electron buildup. And that's not the only surprising quick fix for hair problems tha ...more

How To : Wear makeup with your glasses

This video is truly a god send for the ladies and gents who wear glasses, and want to look good wearing them. The lady in this video explains and teaches about the various types of makeup that is good to use, especially if you wear spectacles. The lady in the video tell people ...more

How To : Suspect a Case of Insecticide Poisoning

Insecticides are widespread products which are used daily in our lives. Organophosphorus is the main compound in these products and has toxic effects on our health that may be fatal in some cases. Insecticides affect mainly the synapses of the nerve cells in our central nerv ...more

How To : Save money on your scrapbooking

The cost of scrapbooking can really add up. You can still create wonderful scrapbooks to artistically document your memories by shopping smart and cutting costs by being resourceful. You can use things you already have around the house. Scrapbooking is a great way to preserve ...more

How To : Use natural hair dye

Dyeing your hair is a great way to change your look. But if you don't do it right, the results can be pretty ghastly. If you seek a new do without the harsh chemicals, these steps will give you the locks you’ve been looking for. You Will Need *A natural hair-dye kit *An old ...more

How To : Make Your Own DIY Lipstick Out of Crayola Crayons

You probably shouldn't ever eat Crayola crayons, but you can definitely chop them up into tiny pieces, melt them over boiling water with coconut oil and olive oil, pour into an empty contact lens case and use the final congealed product as lipstick for your lips. Yes, it reall ...more

How To : 11 Food Storage Hacks for Your Next Lunch Break

Bringing your lunch to work doesn't always have to involve boring brown paper bags and plastic ziplocks. If you want to avoid crushing your homemade bagel sandwich on the way to work, store it in a CD spindle case. Tired of stealing ketchup packets from food courts? Place you ...more

News : You Don't Need Antibiotics for Pink Eye

Crusty, itchy, red eyes? There is a decent chance you could have conjunctivitis, or pink eye, an infection of the thin lining around the eye and the eyelid, caused by bacteria, an allergen, virus, or even your contact lenses. Whatever the cause — you call up your doctor to get ...more

How To : Use a Light Bulb and the Sun to Make a Fire

Don't throw away your dead light bulbs, they may come in handy one day. This video will show you how to start a fire using a dead lightbulb. And no electricity. The tricky part is emptying out the insides, but this can be done with sticks and stones, assuming you're in a surv ...more

How To : Put in contact lenses

In this vision series on video, learn how to put in and take out your contact lenses properly. Part 1 of 21 - How to Put in contact lenses. Put in contact lenses - Part 2 of 21. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Put in contact lenses - Part 3 of 21. Click ...more

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