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Mkayla Se7enAces

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



—How to do Animal print nails—
1) Clean your nails thoroughly, clip all nails same size if necessary (not too short, not to long),File them down

2)Coat your nails with a white or clear primer, so the colored nail polish stick

3)Paint nails to a pale medium shade for desired color scheme

4)Add spots once the coat is dry,One color three shades darker than the bottom coat n one shade darker.

5)Top with clear coat once the “spots” are dry


SQ proof pics

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles

Mandi Love

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



HOW TO: put leopard n your hair (:

Things you will need:
Brown hair dye
Black hair dye
Any pastel colored dye
Or blonde dye.
Celery sticks
Masking tape

First, choose your colors and mix them up. Make sure your hair is clean and dry.

Second, take the cardboard and masking tape, place your hair over the cardboard and tape your hair at the ends.

Third: using a chopped celery stick, press one end into the hair dye and use this as a stamp. Be sure to make C and O shapes, but not too close together, as you don’t want to create a mess.

Wait the estimated time and RINSE your hair. You do not want to scrub it out, that will cause the colors to run together.

Kimmy Kickass

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



How to do winged eyeliner on lower lash line you will need:
2.a steady hand
3.a recommended liquid eyeliner but can be done with a pencil liner too!
Step 1~ take the liner and start at the middle of your lower lash line.
2. Start to draw a light line so you you can go over it and make darker.
3.follow the curve of your eye and extended the end to a desired length.
4. Remember to go over the line you made until you have the thickness and darkness you want!
5. Remember to have fun with it!

Kitty Karnival

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



Platinum Blonde Hair
(Achieving and Maintaining)

Platinum hair isn’t the easiest thing to have, and even if you can get your hair to the highest blonde color, it still may be damaged or extremely hard to maintain. Well, this is how I get my blonde color to look so platinum without having damaged hair.
Things needed:
• Color bowl
• Color brush
• Shower cap
• Gloves
• An old t-shirt (so you don’t get bleach on your clothes)
• A violet tinted bleach (I prefer using Blondor bleach, found in salons/ professional beauty stores)
• 30v developer and 10v developer (cream developer)
• Heat source
• Measuring cup
• Violet toner (I use Paul Mitchel Icy Blue Violet, but any violet toner will work fine)

1. Test your hair to see the quality of it.
a. Pull a piece of hair out of your hair and stretch it. If it takes a while for your hair to break then its elasticity is good and you shouldn’t have a problem going blonde, but if it breaks immediately, you should probably consider a less damaging color to your tresses.
2. Once you have tested, section hair into 4 sections.
3. Put on gloves and mix bleach and developer together into color bowl using the color brush
a. For every 1 oz. of bleach, pour in 2 oz. of 30v developer
4. Once bleach looks like frosting, you may then apply to your hair sections, starting at the back and working to the front sections.
a. If you have never put color on your hair before or have any other color on your hair other than bleach, start in the middle of your hair strands, coating all the middle part of your hair, then go back and color over the roots and ends because the roots and ends of hair process the fastest so will need the least amount of time.
b. If you have a different shade of blonde on your hair then start at the roots and coat them, then go back over the rest of your hair.
5. Once color is all over your hair, put the shower cap on your head and sit under a heat source, whether it’s a blow dryer or a salon dryer, for approximately 50 minutes.
6. Once time finishes, take off cap and mix up a toner.
a. 1 oz. of toner to 1 oz. of 10v developer.
7. Now rinse bleach out of your hair with cool water
8. While hair is still wet, pull toner through hair, massaging it in with your fingers till it completely coats your hair.
9. Leave toner in for 5-10 minutes.
10. Rinse out toner with cool water.
11. Shampoo and condition hair, letting conditioner sit for 5 minutes.

I recommend investing in a good salon quality shampoo and conditioner and using a violet shampoo once or twice a week to keep platinum color. I use Joico brand reconstructive shampoo/ conditioner. Also, use a deep conditioning treatment (add heat to it) once a week. I use NEVO deep conditioning treatment.
1st week after bleaching, try not to use too many heating tools or brushing too hard, this can cause stress on your hair.
Also, during the summer time, if you are going to be swimming, invest in a clarifying shampoo to get chlorine out of your hair. Before you get in the chlorine, wet your hair with regular tap water to make sure hair doesn’t soak up the harmful chemical.

Best of luck☺

KillyCupcake Braginsky

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



*How to tease your hair*
1.Before you do anything to your hair, you might want to take a shower and wash it
2. When you’re done with that, spray a volumizer or hairspray under your fringe bangs, then curl with a brush while blow drying it
3.Once your hair is dry, apply more volumizer/hairspray under sections over your hair
4.Start softly brushing/spiking the section you hairsprayed/volumized on
5. If you like, you may start doing the touch ups if you need to 🙂
you’re finished!!! enjoy your teased hair :D!!!

Allie Tragedy

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



How to Apply Rainbow Eyeshadow

Things You’ll Need:
Face make up
Red/Pink eye shadow
Orange eyeshadow
Yellow Eyeshadow
Green eyeshadow
Blue Eyeshadow
Purple Eyeshadow
Eyeshadow base

1.Start by moisturizing and putting a little foundation and powder on the eyelids to achieve an even base (and the powder will stop the shadows fading quite as quick).

Apply a pink into the inner corner, and fade it out towards the center of the lid.

3.Apply an orange on top of where the pink has begun to fade

4.Apply a yellow on top of where the orange has begun to fade and fade the yellow slightly further along the lid.

5.Apply a strip of green onto the yellow, and then fade that a little further along the lid.

6.Apply a strip of blue slightly onto the green and then you fade that almost to your outer corner of your lid.

7.After you applied the eyeshadow use your brush to blend the colors together.

8.Use eyeliner and/or mascara to finish the look off.

Aries Anguish

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



~How to cut scene hair~

Supplies you will need: Scissors, Razor , Brush&Comb , and a Trash can .


1. Grab the piece you want to be your smallest layer and cut upwards with your scissors .

2. Next, Take the razor and go over the piece of hair lightly to give it shape .

3. Comb that piece of hair .

4. Move on to your next piece . Do this step until satisfied with your cut .

5. Throw away all hair .

Luna Dawn

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles



How to make hair extensions :):):)

1Decide what your color scheme is. It’s easiest to do a lighter base color and darker leopard print.

Dye your hair the base color. Suggested colors are blonde, white, or an unusual pastel color (pink, green, blue). Allow time to dry unless the darker color needs to be applied to wet/damp hair.

Mix the darker print color (black, brown, dark unusual color) and squirt it into a cup or bowl.

Take a celery stick and press the end into the darker dye.

Stamp hair dye on to look like leopard print, and do any extra detailing with a cotton swab. Hair on your head should be held flat while pressing so the dye doesn’t smear too much. Loose hair should be pressed into the palm holding it, like above.

Add middles to your leopard print be adding a medium color, if desired. Use a cotton swab.

Rock your new do! If it doesn’t look right to you, see a local hairdresser.

Anniee Asylumm

August 12, 2013 in Archive articles


How To: Smokey Eyes Makeup
By: Anniee Asylumm

Step one: Apply concealer around your eyes (This helps get your skin even)

Step two: Apply a silver/white color all over eye lid

Step three: Choose ANY color and apply to eyelid, but leave the inner corners of your eyes (Make sure you can still see the white/silver in the corner!)

Step four: Take a grey color and apply starting with the outer corners of your eye and in about half way on your eye lid.

Step five: Apply a black color to the outer corners of your eye, and a little more than half way on your crease. Also apply up past the eye lid on the outer corners and do not go past where you stopped with your crease.

Step six: Apply eyeliner and Mascara (Don’t be afraid to play around with eyeliner and false eyelashes!)