all photos: Kristin Ess + thebeautydepartment.com post designed by kristin ess Lots of emails this week asking for a tutorial on Lauren’s temporary bright colors. Here I’ve replicated the process for you in 7 steps on an extension. While I never recommend bleaching out the ends of your hair at home, if you want to do the fun colors yourself, maybe get the tips bleached out by a pro + then play with the temporary colors on your own.
This impressive mural (along with a few others) were made by artist Kathryn Anderson with nothing more than pushpins and yarn. We'll show you how you can create your own, step by step and with tips from the artist. Kathryn Anderson of KAndeArt has made some great wall murals out of nothing more than string and push pins. Here are her steps to creating a beautiful and unique murals from string. What You Need Materials
cardboard for a base (I used the side of an old box) Tape a sheet of labels to the cardboard Use Krylon chalkboard paint to spray several light layers of paint on the labels. Then peel off the tape, along with the outer edge of the label sheet (if your labels have them). Now let them dry. You can use them as is, or use a punch to create shapes out of them.
While you wait for the day to score yourself a vintage dress form at an estate sale you can make a new one look old and save a ton of money in the process This started out as a new $20.95 white form. The back of the form is open and has a knob for adjusting the height. It has a heavy solid acrylic base.