How To: Decide on the type of bangs you want. If you don't feel comfortable cutting your own hair seek out a professional stylist. If you're fearless like me then grab your scissors and get to work! -First things first, start with clean, freshly blown hair. -Use hair cutting shears.......

dress: Cheap Monday (old) I'm sure you remember the DIY transparent arm cuffs and chokers I made out of perspex. Sandra from 5 inch and up came up with the brilliant idea to make larger versions of them to be able to use them as belts. And so that's what I've been working on today! One for...

It's getting to be that time of year again where hands and arms need some extra warmth, as well as lots of style. This DIY sequin arm warmers project from BurdaStyle is not only super chic, it's also a super easy beginning sewing project. (You can also use a simple knit fabric if you aren't...

You may have seen my recent How To Guide on how to stack your wrists 'arm party' styles. But maybe you're not content with just stacking and want to take your arm adornments to a fashion week worthy level? Well read on for a few extra rules for the stackage - that should have you snapped...

This how to guide will help you get stick straight, 70s hair from shampoo to finish. Anna Sui Spring 2011 & doo.ri Fall 2011 1. Start with straightening shampoo and conditioner.Wash and condition your hair with products that will smooth and straighten out waves. AvedaSmooth Infusion...

The Lazy Girl Guide to Making Thai Tea I decided to put together a little how to guide to making Thai Tea. There are a few factors that play into this. 1) I'm lazy & 2) I don't cook, but Thai Tea is one of those things I wanted to learn how to make because I love it so much. For the life of...

All it takes is a few tools and an old pair of jeans! Keep on reading to find out how to distress and fray your own jeans. It's worth noting before getting started that there is no wrong way to distress/fray your jeans. Each rip and tear is supposed to be natural and random. Just have fun...

Chinese New Year is almost here, and with all of Hong Kong decked out in red and gold, it's a great time to add some festive colour to your nails with a little DIY nail art! So here's another how-to guide to two great CNY DIY manis... RED & GOLD You don't need to buy a lot of fancy tools...

This fairly simple nail art doesn't take a lot of complicated equipment or fancy techniques – you probably have everything you need at home already, and if you can dab some dots in a swooshy line, you can paint yourself a moustache! So here's my easy how-to guide to DIY your very own Movember...

(Pear-Shaped) YVOS Tape Yarn Cardigan with Crochet Yoke. $49.99. Dressbarn.com Pear-Shaped (bottom half of your body is larger than your upper half): o Select a sweater that ends at your waist so as not to draw attention to your lower half. o A-line sweaters flatter this shape and...

 

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