On the question about making haircolor last longer, when you dye it don't Shampoo right away, wash out the excess using nothing but water, and if the color comes with a color conditioning creme use it. Dry your hair off and let it just set there for maybe a day to let the color bonds completely grab hold.
BTW only do this on semi or demi permanant hair color dyes, with Permanant... just Dye it wash it and shampoo if you want cause it ain't coming out that easy.
Another good thing to do is before you do shampoo your hair for the first time after dying it is it use a Hot Oil Treatment. If you don't know what it is it sounds painful but it isn't. It's basically a little tube of soapy avacado oil, I'm sure it's more extensive than that, but... yea, You get the little tube put it in a cup of hot water, let it heat up, open it and you massage it into your hair.
Anyway. You can get them just about anywhere where Hair Dyes are sold, So good luck and dye away.
lol, I realized I just gave all this and advice and I'm a guy... *Sigh* Don't give me that look *Squinty eye*
For my parent's 26th anniversary, I'm looking to commission someone to sculpt a caketopper of my parents for very sentimental reasons.
When my parent's got married, it was a very small wedding but they had a "normal" sized cake. My parents have never had a honeymoon because of the fact that my father was and still is in the military and had to go back to work the very next day let alone take time off for a Honeymoon.
Haveing leftover cake my father had been giving it away to anyone one who lived near them and by accident gave away their caketopper.
So, I'm writing this very rushed and hurried, but the basis of it is, I would really like for someone to make them a cake-topper of both of them in full dress, of course since it's a commission a good proce will be payed for it.
Please contact me if you are interested in doing this, I really want this to be a special gift for them and I'm searching high and low for someone to do it.
I've recently redone my room... Even though I still have to find someone to put up crownmolding, find a way to hang up my clothes on something that fit into the "scheme" of my room, and repaint my dresser.
BUT, anyway. I love taking pictures, mostly of my friends. I'm an avid photobucket user with 242 pictures in my main album, and 364 pictures in my cell phone picture album... I told you I love taking pictures.
As the title says, I'm looking for a way to display photographs in my room. I would constantly be changing the photos out for new ones so I don't really want to frame, unframe, frame, etc... and I'd rather not pin them to the wall or a corkboard, so I was think something with magnets. Any Ideas?