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Beauty at All Women Stalk - StumbleUpon

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Riusuke Fukahori Paints Three-Dimensional Goldfish Embedded in Layers of Resin | Colossal - StumbleUpon First: watch the video. Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori paints three-dimensional goldfish using a complex process of poured resin. The fish are painted meticulously, layer by layer, the sandwiched slices revealing slightly more about each creature, similar to the function of a 3D printer. I really enjoy the rich depth of the pieces and the optical illusion aspect, it’s such an odd process that results in something that’s both a painting and sculptural. 9 Charmingly Delightful Beauty Techniques from All Over the World … - StumbleUpon Beauty techniques are highly beneficial, but some of them are incredibly recycled. What I mean is, in my life, I always get the same pieces of advice. My friends and family members always share the same beauty techniques – and yes, they're extremely helpful, but sometimes I'd like to hear something new, wouldn't you? My godfather's ex-wife (convoluted, I know) is a native of Australia.

Hair Products Under $5 | The Budget Fashionista Page no 5 It’s so easy to spend more than you need to on hair products. One trip to the salon can have you convinced that $30 shampoo is necessary for your hair’s health. But there are a ton of inexpensive products that can nourish and protect your hair just as well as luxury brands. We say don’t buy into the hype. From dry shampoo to glossy shine sprays, the choices can be overwhelming. So, we’ve gathered five of our favorite hair products all under $5. 1. Why It’s Awesome: If you’ve never tried dry shampoo, this is a great product to start with. Where to Get it: $4.07 online and at local drugstores.

Tiny Polaroid Magnets | { Ambrosia Creative } Hi there! It’s felt like forever since I’ve last blogged, and has felt like an eternity since I’ve done anything crafty and nifty. Since my morning sickness has gone into full speed (yes, we’re expecting our third this fall!) I haven’t felt like myself. But nothing like inspiration to wake one out of a reverie — or nightmare, in my constantly sick state. I came across these DIY Pantone chip magnets on How About Orange and wanted to do something similar. You will need: Cardboard (mine was the backing of a sketchbook — much thicker than the back of a regular spiral bound notebook) or 2-3 sheets of white cardstock or poster board spray-mounted together to use as a sturdy backing to the magnetsOpaque white marker (necessary only if your cardboard is not white) Craft knife Metal straight edge/ruler Clear packing tape or frisk film. Step 1: Download a Photoshop file of the Polaroid frames below. Step 2: Print out photos onto photo paper. Step 4: Trim out photos with craft knife. 487 Comments

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