IT'S OFFENSIVE TO POINT OUT THAT WOMAN HAVE VAGINAS AND BOOBS. LET'S KEEP THEM A SECRET. That anon needs to just calm down.
THEY’RE SAYING IT’S OFFENSIVE IN A POOR ATTEMPT TO DISGUISE THEIR FEAR! VAGINAS AND BOOBS ARE FUCKING TERRIFYING! SCARY SHIT, MAN! SCARY SHIT!
would you do a give away?
Oh my goodness, I would love to do one! In fact, I’ve been dying to for over a year now. Unfortunately, I just can’t. Money does play a part, even if I got donations and sponsors, I wouldn’t be able to put any money into it (which I would feel pretty bad about and that alone is enough of a reason for me to not do one). I’m trying to move my family across country, I don’t have any money to spare. Another factor is, well, I’m trying to move across country. This isn’t the time and it won’t be the right time for quite a few months.
But one day I hope we can have one!
what are some of your favorite dyehard of the week winners? c:
Ahhhhh, that’s such a hard question! They’re all amazing! But I’ll reblog some of my absolute absolute absolute favourites.
i think you should just fucking run this blog like everyone else. ON TIME. if you want to run a big blog like this you make the time to run it, you dont let other things get in the way. if you cant do that then you might as well just shut down your blog again.
ITS OFFENSIVE TO WOMEN TO POST PICTURES THAT SHOWS THEM INDECENTLY!!!!!!!!!!!! TAKE THEM ALL DOWN IMMEDIATELY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Why do you tags some things as “nudity”?
- I reblog some risqué photos and I usually don’t think twice about it but some people are offended by them, find them to be very inappropriate, or simply don’t want to see them so I tag any full or partial nudity as “nudity” so they can easily be blocked if someone does not want them to appear on their dashes.
where do you work?
Gymboree and Sephora, and when I’m not at either of those, I’m a substitute teacher at a preschool.
how long is your hair when you curl it compared to when its straight?
Hmm, good question.
When my hair’s straight, it now ends just below my boobs (though that may change tonight, I really need to trim my hair).
When it’s curled… it’s usually kind of armpit length? Right after I take the curls down they’re at my shoulders but when I brush them out they relax to somewhere between armpit and the top of my breasts, depending on the day.
One day I’ll get around to curling half so this can all actually make sense!
Do you take submissions
Oh absolutely! In fact, I welcome them! Submit away!
If you do buy the hair chalk and try it, i wouldnt suggest letting little kids get it in there hair, they most likely would be touching there hair most the day, and the chalk would come off and then be on there hands which they then might put in there mouths =/
I think you underestimate children.
i dont see any difference with the first 3 and not much with the last 2
How do you use coconut oil?!
Several ways! Let’s see— I’ll split this up actually!
Honestly, my two favourite things to use are olive oil or coconut oil. Olive oil’s pretty easy to figure out how to apply, but if I’m just using coconut oil (say I decided to I was going to treat the ends of my a bit before my shower) I take a bit of the oil in my hands, the heat of them helps melt it, and I rub it into my ends and let it sit for about fifteen minutes before washing it out. If I want to do a full hair mask I’ll melt it in a bowl and add olive oil or honey or egg yolks— actually, pretty much anything. I play around with my ingredients all the time. When I do my head of hair, I start at the tips and gradually work my way up the shaft and let that sit anywhere from thirty minutes to an hour. I wait to do the first few inches until about five minutes before my shower so my roots don’t get super oily but so the still get some of the lovely goodness.
I use olive oil to remove the makeup from my face (and a small amount as a nightly moisturizer, it balances out my skin the best and fades acne scars amazingly fast) and coconut oil to remove my eye makeup. If I’m out of coconut oil, I’ll use Vaseline but coconut oil is my preference. I do not use it as a face wash simply because I adore my Bare Essentials Deep Cleansing Foam. It is literally the best face wash I’ve ever used, it’s gentle yet effective, keeps nearly all acne away, and doesn’t make me breakout if I don’t use it for a night or two.
When I’m super dry I love to go for coconut oil. I use this when I really want a nice pick-me-up, usually I’ll use olive oil. It’s amazing for hands, they are oh-so incredibly soft and smooth. My favourite thing to do is mix sugar (I like brown better but you can go for white) with the olive oil and scrub my hands, then after I rinse that off with warm water I massage some coconut oil into them. Lovelovelove. My feet also take quite the beating and every night I take some (no, I don’t double dip, I always have some on the back of my hand or in a custard dish) and lather it on my feet, put on some socks, and go to bed. This seriously is one of the best things I do for my feet, if I didn’t do anything I would literally collapse on the floor and cry out in agony. Trust me. It’s happened before.
On my blog there’s a link that says Submit. Follow the guidelines I give and the directions for uploading a photo Tumblr gives and you should be all set to go. If you run into any problems, just let me know. Sometimes people have trouble submitting but we work it out after a while.
My friend used Crimson Obsession when she finally decided to give in and get the red tips/bangs she's always wanted. It came out looking really fantastic, I was very surprised at the quality. The color is vibrant but still the dark shade she wanted, it was easy to use (I did the actual dyeing, so this was nice), only took one application after using the lightener, and it's held up impressively. About a month and a half later, the color is still great, and I'd expected it to fade after a few days
Do you have any experience with henna? if so tell us about it please, because I'm interested!
I’ve only ever used henna on my skin, never on my hair. I haven’t even applied it to anyone’s hair so any information I could give on this subject would not be personal, only gathered from research.
I can, however, say that it’s absolutely beautiful. An old friend of mine had Level 5 hair that was pretty ashy and she used henna to get this absolutely gorgeous colour:
My mum also used to use it when she was younger. She has Level 2 hair and she had a very nice red tint to it. She stopped this after a few years though, she preferred to let the sun bring out her red highlights instead.
I would love to learn more from personal experiences though, so if anyone has stories they’d like to share, please do!
will getting my hair to an orangy colour, by using a chamomile spray that lightens hair, be enough for me to then dye it blue?
No. First of all, the chamomile spray won’t lighten your hair a lot. It will, but not a drastic amount. Second, when going blue you really want as light of a base as possible to get the true colour. Going over orangyhair or natural hair can often leave it looking murky.