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1  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by poisonedcupcake on: August 03, 2006 05:48:07 PM
Hi everybody!
Never posted in this thread before, although I've been here a few times.
I've never really done anything special with my hair except for the time I dyed bright red streaks in my hair with that l'oreal colour rays stuff.

I was thinking about getting a fauxhawk, so I collected a few pictures that I liked:

I'd rather cut it myself, so does anyone have any tips on doing that?
Also, how would I style it? Hair gel or hair wax and hairspray? Any recommendations? I have thick hair and it's pretty normal except it gets a teeny bit frizzy and messy if I don't pay attention to it.

Oh, and what do you think of the faux hawk in general? I think I would look a bit boyish with short hair, but I still want one.
Thanks! Cheesy
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2  Re: cute handbags made out of wrappers! <3 in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by poisonedcupcake on: July 04, 2006 01:43:35 AM
I had nothing to do today so I was playing a bit with scraps of paper and making chains, and I remember this thread, so I tried adding on to the chain's width.

It worked out, but it looks different from all of the pics of the bags here, so I don't think it's the same method. Instead of being completely flat, they look a bit like scales because I overlapped them. I still like how it looks though, and I just used paper, no string. Also, instead of making lots of chains and putting them together, I made one chain, and then I added on the little pieces one by one.

Here it is from the top:

And the side, where you can see how it overlaps:

(you can click on the thumbnails to see a bigger pic)

So, what do you think of it? Lips sealed Grin
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