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  • Summer 2009 braided hair idea i have tons of cute hair clips that i NEVER use =] AND i decided that i am completely obsessed with braids right now! ...and why not they're freaking cute! hope this was helpful, i was just playing around to see what i'd look like with this hippy braid look lol but i kinda like it! and i have a use for my feather clips now! i think this would look great with waves and if i poufed up the section above the braid...any thoughts anyone? i think i'll wear this tomorrow! thanks for watching!...i'm getting my ideas from articles/pictures until the requests start rolling help me out! thanks for watching! and thank you to all of my subscribers! =]=] music black eyed peas boom boom pow add me!!!! =] VVVVVV /anesiakallens
  • makeup A step-by-step guide on how to apply stage make-up for competitions. The eyeliner and mascara are optional. Coaches will bring glitter stars to competitions for the girls to wear on their right cheek. Hair for Tiny squad should be in high pigtails (2 bows) and hair for Miny/Junior/Senior squads should be in a high ponytail with single bow facing the front and the top part of hair "poufed." Please plan to arrive at least 20 minutes early to competitions if you need assistance with your cheerleader's hair or make-up. Thank you to Alexis and Lauren for making this video!
  • Window Treatments Window Treatments Window treatments can easily make or break the style of a room. Adding curtains or drapes to a window can create a focal point and also elongate the ceiling height. There are so many different options for your windows but I will cover just a few and also show you how to create your own printed drapes. Here is some vocabulary that may help you determine what is the right option for your specific window. • Draperies- Are usually pleated panels that are hung from a traverse rod or a decorative pole and rings. There are many types of pleat arrangements some made by hand and some using pleating tape. • Swags and cascades- Stationary swags of fabric can be combined and overlapped on a decorative pole or covered dust board. They can be pleated and formal or relaxed and casual. They are often combined with cascades (also known as jabots or tails) at each end of the windrow. • Valences- Are decorative top treatments that can cove the mounting hardware of drapes or shades. They can be pleated, gathered or flat, arched, straight or shaped, and can be mounted on dust boards, poles, or rods. • Cornices- Are padded box shapes covered in fabric and trim. The bottom edge can be shaped in many different ways. They are mounted above the window and can conceal other mounting hardware. • Fabric Shades- Come in many shapes and sizes. They are usually raised and lower by a system of rigged cords or a spring-loaded roller. Roman shades and their much variation tend to be ...
  • Scratch my back "A little to the right". Prince Dobby is getting his back scratched. Ordinarily he would be completely pouffed up (fur sticking straight out) but he refuses to cooperate with the camera.
  • Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 Collection; Paris, France (March 12, 2009) Presented by Global Fashion News. Très chic, tres chic! Très jolie! A gutsy expression of optimism and frivolity was in full force at Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 show for Louis Vuitton at the end of a season rife with economic concerns. Regarding his approach to the collection, Jacobs replied Yes, theres a crisis, but one can still carry on and contribute to beauty and optimism and gorgeousness. And gorgeous it was. Bows, ruffles, ruching, pleating and tucking abound in a delectable array of bon-bon colors including French blue, pink, green, purple and yellow resulting in a collection that exuded French coquette-ishness. Fitted jackets and pencil skirt combinations were poufed, peplumed and ruched to girly perfection in fabrications ranging from taffeta to leather to peekaboo lace in various shades of blue, green and purple. The freshest take on the feminine suit was a naughty yet charming number in sheer blush-colored chiffon and lace with black piping that had leg-of-mutton sleeves and a tight smocked pencil skirt that was bunched prettily at the bottom in a rosette-like fashion. Flirty, playful combinations included sheer sweaters worn over visible colored bras that were paired with frothy tiered skirts or mini bubble skirts in beige, green, yellow or ***. A striking magenta dress in taffeta with puffed baby sleeves, smocked bodice and bubble skirt was worked with tall black lace-up boots. An equally ...