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a really hot geek
brain explodey...*poof!* 
24th-Jul-2001 06:03 pm
I don't know how much longer i can take the hotness in my house. its unbearable. Thank god i'm going to my grandmas house tonight. she has aircondition. But that means i wont have computer access for a while. ack! I'm gonna miss all my Flicker friends! :( So I couldnt sleep last night cause i watched a scary mmovie right before i went to bed. then there were all these strange noises in my room. I feel like such a dork. SO i just kept singing 'Smile' over and over ahain in my head. hehe. I was reading my fav comic books today~Johnny the homicidal maniac, and i found my Devi comics too. Thos are really the best comics ever made. I wish they would make more though! I've been waiting to see the Flickerstick video on Vh1 all day but i have no luck. Then my dad switched to soccer again. blah. so now i think i'm off to take a shower to get rid of this hotness. i might just spend the rest of the day in there.*ahhh fletcher thoughts* i miss them.
Felix- to the left
Comments 
25th-Jul-2001 03:13 am (UTC)
hi! just stopping by to say hello. so did you do 'rayshele hair' or what? haha! bye.
30th-Jul-2001 02:59 pm (UTC) - Re:
i have been trying to get the perfect color. i wanted a turquiose(sp?) green instead of just a regular green. How did you do yours? i have a feeling if i don't get pointers from hte pro of the cool hair that i'll just screw it all up. haha. thanks for stopping bye though. i got all excited.:) Oh and i saw you at the new york show bye the way. totally made my day!byee
1st-Aug-2001 01:32 am (UTC)
the easiest way is to go to hot topic. they have everything you need in one stop.
the trick i use is (when bleaching) dont lift to a light blonde. i always only lift to an orangey blonde. wash out with shampoo. air dry.
then add the color, let sit for several hrs (even though it says 15 min, its ok a few hrs)
then rinse, no shampoo.
whala, the color will be rich.
bye!
1st-Aug-2001 04:53 pm (UTC) - Re:
wow, thanks for replying to that! after writting it i was like ohmy god she has better things to think about then my hair! lol but thanks! oh, and one more q..hehe..you just did the top of your hair right? like first you dyed it black and then you just bleched the top and colored it? you don't know how cool and helpful this is to me. when is the harlow cd coming out by the way?byee

csilla
2nd-Aug-2001 02:22 am (UTC)
hi, thats ok.
always start with dirty hair,
say two days at least.
my steps are bleach first,
wash that special part out good w.shampoo
(in sink)then air dry.
seperate that section with hair clips or whatever.
be super careful, dye black around it.
bits connected to the blonde (if any) dye last.
keep seperated with clips.
its really hard and messy so be really careful, dont rush, lay newspaper down cause it gets messy.
when washing the black out (use little shampoo) in the shower try to wash the blonde part seperatly and last.
great if you have a handheld shower sprayer
(whatever those are called) 'k. air dry.
if youre happy with the outcome,
then apply to turquoise (or whatev)
to the blonde, let sit for at least 5 hrs.
rinse cold water (the colder the better).
all heat damages the hair, this is why i say air dry. use small amount of shampoo when rinsing the bleach cause you dont want to black to turn out, like, charchol. and use no shampoo for the last step & rince cold cause you want the colored part to be rich not fayded.
most important dont lift the blonde to a yellow, only to and orangy strawberry blonde.
and your tub might need to be scrubbed after all that. haha! whew! bye.


4th-Aug-2001 10:02 pm (UTC) - Re:
thanks soooo much for your help! i really appreciate it. I hope all is well with y³ýZ§££h?ã³aôà5 µ;u œˆú«w4ÂI^‚%z;ˆŸÙ
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