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331  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Attn hairdressers/ppl with side fringes (bangs) - Help wanted with hair cutting! on: December 12, 2004 07:57:26 PM
If any of you lived in the Minneapolis area I would do it for free.  razor cuts are one of my favorite hair cuts to do.  As far as getting those bangs, there are a couple tricks to use.  Here is one, but i cant gaurentee the outcome, since I have never seen you and am not doing it myself.

But if you really want to do it yourself, you can try the following...

Take the amt of fringe you want to create (not much because your not creating a blunt bang), and comb it out over your eyes, as if you were going to cut normal straight across bangs.  take you comb and grab all that hair you have sectioned out ( I recommend pinning the rest of your hair back) with the teeth of your comb and push it (like rake it sideways with the comb) to one side of your face... and cut straight across.  this will create an assymetrical fringe which is what produces the look in the picture above.   I hope this helps!

332  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Eye Shadow?? on: December 12, 2004 07:49:05 PM
I have been experimenting with making eye shadow for a while now.  So far I can only make a liquid (its actually solid, but it is like water color paints) version that clumps easily. I have tried to make this powder, but it always reforms.  I was wondering if there are any threads on here about making eye shadow OR if anyone knows of any websites.  I have looked all over I feel like, and now am relying on comparing ingredients of different brands and experimenting.  Huh  Huh  Huh
333  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Full Tutorial To Dying Your Hair With Henna on: December 12, 2004 07:40:13 PM
Henna is not bad for your hair, But I would recommend having it professionally done, because it can be very messy, and stain many of things.  You cannot bleach your hair with Henna in it, so If you ever feel like having blonde (or any multi colors for that matter) hair after doing henna it will not be possible... unless you cut off the hair done with henna.  I would recomend only using henna if you have short hair, or are not impulsive (like I am) with your hair.  When I was in cosmotology school we only would use guys or girls with really short hair for henna models... just in case they change their mind.  You also should wrap your hair in a plastic cap while the henna processes and sit under heat.  That is what I was told.  This is why I would consider getting it done at a salon or even a school.  I went to Aveda for schooling, and to get henna done there at the school was fairly cheap..... plus you wont have to worry about making a mess.  =)
334  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Re: Music Geek Boyfriends (and friends, and family) on: November 21, 2004 12:22:50 AM
Last Xmas I bought a small tackle box, painted it and collaged it with little things I though he would get a kick out of, and filled it with all sorts of guitar picks, extra stings, slide bars, pegs and whatnot.. also some candy and legos and micro machines that I found around the house just to add a little toy value.  He loved it.  It was so much fun to make too.  I made him another one recently to keep all his diabetic supplies in.  Good Luck.
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