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1  Re: Come one come all post your new tattoo IDEAS! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by livingin77 on: June 22, 2005 09:08:14 PM
I'm a little late on this, but I think this thread is still bumpin...

I'm hopefully starting my chest piece next week while I'm home.  The darling Fiancee' is paying for it!

Here's the general gist :



Sorry that's gigantic, I 'drew' it out kind of life size.  The razorblade is a testament to over one year without any cutting.  That's a huge accomplishment for me as I used to do it every night for 3 years plus.  It was fucking miserable.  ANYWAYS, I'm much better now and making a POSITIVE BEAUTIFUL mark on my body in reflection of it.
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2  Re: Show off your hair! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by livingin77 on: May 30, 2005 08:58:04 PM
Mine looks like this now, I really need to redye :



Sorry it's sideways.
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3  Re: Show off your hair! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by livingin77 on: April 19, 2005 12:41:07 AM
Wee, dying hair.  I haven't seen much of my natural color in nearly 7 years.  here are a few.


That's my current hair, I'm on the right.  Don't mind the drunkenness.  The pink is really much brighter, this picture is just weird.


That's before I put the black over the turquoisey green.  That's a much better representation of the pink.


Before I cut off my Mohawk (I fried it... again...) my boyfriend used to dye cool things in my fuzz for me, ha ha.


Green, Black & near White Mohawk.


Wow, this one is really old.  Over a year old.  A chelsea with a checkerboard strip dyed in.  I was at an 80's party, I didn't normally crimp it.


Pink & Black Mohawk.  You can kinda see the cool things dyed in my fuzz there too.


That's around a year old... Yeah.


That's about ... 3 years old.  GOD I MISS MY RAINBOW HAIR CHRIST.  That's also the longest my hair has EVER EVER EVER been in my entire life, hahaha.


& that's my boyfriend a few months ago.

Wow, I just posted like a million pictures.

All of the colored dyes are Special Effects (the pink is Atomic Pink, the Green is Limelight, the turquoisey green is a mix of fishbowl and limelight...) except for some colors in the rainbow (I don't even remember what I used...) and the blue in Seth's hair (it's Punky Colours Atlantic Blue.).  I swear by Special Effects for dye (or else the GEL manic panic, not the creme) and Quick White bleach.  You can get the bleach at Sally's, just buy a little envelope of it (or 2.. or 3) and as many little bottles of CREME developer (the higher the # the more bleaching power, but also more frying done to your hair.)

I just can't get away from pink.  *le sigh*
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4  Re: Using Manic Panic dye by Zombie Teeth! Tutorial. in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by livingin77 on: April 13, 2005 04:42:54 PM
Special Effects & Raw hairdyes stay in much better than Manic Panic.  I know this only from 7 years personal experience.  If you can find the liquid manic panic (AKA "gel" instead of "cream") that stuff also stays a lot better.

I use Special Effects Atomic Pink religiously, and generally don't have to re-dye for 2 months PLUS, usually then it's only because of roots.

You can order Special Effects at amphigory.com, and also preview the haircolors there by clicking on the little splotches of dye.  Raw and Special Effects can both also be found at Hot Topic.

Another tip for using Cream Manic Panic, if you blowdry it while it's in your hair, it tends to stick a little bit longer, though in my experience, within a week or two of dying, I'm needing to re-dye because it has faded so drastically.



(my hair, at least 1 month after dying it pink.)

EDIT : Just realized that all of the above stuff has already been said, but wtfever.  I'll just show off my hair or something.
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