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1  Re: Questions About Hairstyles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by Feel__The__Pressure on: October 15, 2008 07:56:32 PM
I've been "growing out my hair" for quiet a long time now. And everytime I get it down past my shoulders, I chop it off because I just don't have the patience. I find some funky short haircut I want, and I go for it and totally forget about growing out my hair. Then, after 6 months, I get bored, try an even shorter hair cut, which never comes out right, I end up hating it, and then I'm so upset that I let myself get it cut. And I'm about to fall into that cycle again, I'm right above my shoulders and I'm aching for a haircut. It's like an addiction.

I like to do funky, crazy stuff with my hair, and dying it definitely keeps me busy for at least a couple of months. I want to go some crazy color, but everyone keeps telling me not to, that they love my blonde hair (the only reason why it got to my natural haircolor is because I keep chopping it off.) I personally like my hair darker, I think it suits me better.

my hair looks something like this (that's the goal anyway) only a little bit shorter and with bangs:


I've done red a couple of times, blue, and I've had purple. I was thinking of going all out pink, but I think somebody might shoot me. I have pink, purple, and 2 types of blue in my room (all punky colors), but I was going to buy some manic panic in orange, yellow and red as well (going for a Hayley Williams look, possibly.)

suggestiongs?




or suggestions, whichever you prefer.




OH, I also dyed a streal of my hair with punky colours in violet about a month ago, I left it in for a couple of hours and it came out blue, not even a little bit purple. I'm not sure why. If you might, that would also be useful.

so there's my four paragraph essay about my hair which I wrote while procrastinating on the essay I'm actually supposed to be writing for school right now.
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2  Painting Fabric in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Feel__The__Pressure on: September 16, 2008 04:58:15 PM




So... I found these amazing pants online by Brooklyn Royalty Apparel, and I love them. I'm thinking about attempting something similar, but I was wondering what kind of paint I should use? because I've used a few different kinds of fabric paint before, and I had several problems with it. I'd figured I'd buy some paint and a couple of really cheap pants at a thrift store and try to figure out how to get the rough antique look by trial and error before I go for the real thing, but if you have any ideas on that would also be helpful  Smiley
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3  procrastination is hell, and Stretch Magic is the devil in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Feel__The__Pressure on: December 18, 2007 09:31:49 PM
I was making bracelets over the weekend, while I was supposed to be doing homework, and I got so frustrated with the elastic I was using. I couldn't get the knots to stay, the elastic (Stretch Magic) was really slippery. So I wasted a lot of the elastic because the bracelets kept breaking, and it took me twice as long to make them. I didn't have a problem with it at first, but when I called it a night and started up the next day for some reason I couldn't get it to stay.

Anyways, pictures... I know there not fantastic, but all of my friends really liked them.





sorry for the poor picture quality


comments, tips, suggestions?
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