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1  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / hairstyles/cuts ideas needed! on: July 22, 2007 03:12:30 PM
hey you guys.
i've recently bleached my hair, and i really want a new haircut to go along with the new me that will be starting junior year in a few weeks!
i didn't want to do anything drastic without consulting the geniuses at craftster first.
now, if you don't mind,

this is my hair as of now. it's bleached at the front, and some underneath, in case you can't tell.

i just want some ideas of how i should cut it, my hair is currently in layers but i'm up for anything


p.s. sorry for the crappy picture, my camera doesn't like zoom.
2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Teen Job Help Wanted on: July 13, 2007 08:16:09 PM
Hi, I'm Jessica, I'm not known well around here.
I am 16, and I live in a teeny town where there aren't any jobs to speak of for someone my age.
The only way to really get a job is to know somebody that can get you a job.
Or, work for a fast food company, which I refuse to do, I know, I'm picky. But, I figure, if I want a job in the art industry, why not start now?

Anyway, the point of this post is that I want to find a way to do what I love (draw, paint, craft, etc.) and make it into some sort of a job. So far I have not thought of nearly anything, so I beg you, HELP!

Any ideas/ Suggestions welcome.
Please help!
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Prep For A Day on: September 24, 2005 10:15:17 AM
Well, I guess I'll give a bit of background info before I ask what I want to ask. I have this "prep"ish friend at school, and despite that we are actually good friends. One day we got to talking about how her sunglasses made me look preppy. Which is sort of an insult to me and my "punk"ish self (her words, not mine) so we decided to have this um, bet type thing. She would go punkish and I would go prepish. I think its easier for her to go from prep to punk..just have to tear the shit out of a few things and yeah, got it. But for me, I cant exactly go back and fix all my torn stuff.  Undecided I want to make something, or just find something cheap, or *Gasp* find something of my own.  So uh, I don't know if any of you guys are self-proclaimed "preps" (by the way, I apologize for the quotes..I HATE labels. Despise them.) *cough* Anyways. Do any of you guys have ideas for a non-prep like me?  Huh Anything would be appreciated!!  Cheesy

<3 Jessica

P.S. I heart you all.
4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Huge Ozzy Tshirt...Any ideas??? on: June 21, 2005 01:57:14 PM
I got this huge (adult xl) tshirt from Ozzfest 2001 and i have no idea what to do with it. Huh I've taken the sides in an inch already, but it still fits funny. Its just too big on me.  Undecided I want to do something with it, but I dont know what or how to do anything. I have a sewing machine and i dont have a problem with alot of sewing...the only problem is that the shirt's design is really long in the front and in the back...i have no clue what to do with this shirt!!!!!!!! Huh i love it becuz Ozzy is one of my idols and it was one of the greatest shows.... Grin

Please Help Me!! I'll pledge my love to you!!! Wink
P.s. I'll try to get pics up soon to show you this shirt!
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