Because Christmas is a couple of days away, I would like to go ahead doing another "Christmas-y" Nail Art Tutorial! I know the usual greens and reds are what you've been seeing out there, but hey! It's Christmas, it's once a year to do such color combination! Not unless I'm aiming for Stop...

By Phyllis on September 9th, 2011 | Posted In: face chart, fashion week s/s 2012, hourglass cosmetics, red lips, spring makeup No Comment To go with the super-chic wedding party theme at the Imitation of Christ Spring 2012 show, my favorite makeup artist, Gina Brooke from Hourglass...

is similar to tubular peyote, but more supple, and with a little planning, the more marvelous patterns can be created. I'm not quite ready to invest in a bead spinner and take the crochet plunge, so I went on a hunt for some crochet experts. One of my favorite bead crochet tutorials by far...

'Aztec Jewel' Look This look uses the same technique as my Royal Bloodline Look which I have been asked to do a tutorial for. This look is also great for a holiday party. Again, I'm using a Magnolia Makeup pigment...I must be obsessed. LOL. I have just been having fun with all these colors...

With this tutorial both the effort and the costs were minimal, only one tool or to be precise, the hole punch brought me to despair. I extra have bought an expensive hole punch but still I had to cut the holes into the leather with a nail scissors. So right before the tutorial starts, yet...

For peyote stitch, this can make all the difference, especially when working those tricky first rows. Mixing Beads Peyote is one of the best techniques to work freeform, using a variety of bead colors, shapes and sizes. However, if you're trying to learn the basics of peyote stitch, it's...

Anyways, Warren has been shooting Hair tutorial movies of recent, easy ways for women to do their home at home in 4 to 5 minutes. Here's is one. WATCH: Hair Tutorial: Sexy bouncy hair, rollers. Heated rollers are so easy, quick and effective to use. Look at the finish! Fear not if you don't...

Tomorrow is my first tutorial at Uni for my first semester. So, that is why I have been absent from the blogging world for the last couple of days, been so so so busy! I have a pile of work to sift through with notes ready for tomorrow morning! Today though, I am going to do some shopping in...

Congratulations to Mandy from Beads for Brains, who was drawn for last week's tutorial giveaway! The prize was a copy of my brand new Faux Freeform Peyote Bracelet tutorial. By using different seed bead sizes and colors with basic even count peyote stitch, the bracelet imitates the organic,...

For freeform enthusiasts, it is an essential stitch, because it can easily transition to peyote or right angle weave on the sides, and herringbone weave or picots on the top and bottom. Brick Stitch Basics Just like herringbone weave, I like to begin brick stitch with a two-bead ladder....

 

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