How-to: curling with a flatiron

Monday, May 31, 2010

I’ve been promising some hair tutorials for ages, and… guess what? I finally got around to it! Here’s just-over-five-minutes of insanity — hopefully you’ll learn something, even if that something is nothing more than “take your meds on a regular basis.”

I do intend to do more videos in the future, so feel free to make requests for videos! We haven’t really done much since the contouring tutorials, and it feels like that was ages ago. Chances are, if you’ve made requests in the past, I’ve already long forgotten about them. (Memory of a five year old with ADD? Check!) Just to let you ladies know, the adorable pink iron in the vid is the Hana Professional, courtesy Misikko.

Can’t see the video? Don’t worry — just check it out here instead!

Hope your Mondays are going well :)

How to contour: part three

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

So this is the last instalment in the contouring series — I hope it was helpful! Even if it’s still a little confusing at first, remember that the most important thing really is to PRACTICE. There are some things you just can’t learn unless you’re doing it yourself, and this is one of them!

Find parts one and two here and here, respectively. I’ll see you for a regular post tomorrow!

How to contour: part two

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Hope yesterday’s introduction was helpful! Now that you know what you’re working with, it’s time to review technique. Enjoy :)

Check out part one here and part three here.

How to contour: part one!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Don’t you ever say theNotice doesn’t deliver! :P You asked, so here’s your lesson on how to contour.

Your first lesson, that is… yep, we said “first.” As in, “there are more”.

If you don’t already love us, you better love us now! See you tomorrow and hope this helps some of you.

Hamlet + cookies = awesome.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Anyone up for a little stop-motion Hamlet (act one scene four) with cookies?

Yah, I thought so.

This is what’s been making my weekend awesome, if by “making my” you mean “ruining” and by “awesome” you mean “completely”.


Friday, April 3, 2009

Here’s the book I promised to tell you about!! The video’s pretty self explanatory – in short, this is the. best. book. ever.
Children’s books? Check! from Rae C on Vimeo.

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