Master Chief miscut/test cut, going for 10USD. There are a few mistakes if you look really hard, and also this is cut from a roll of vinyl that wasn't the color I was expecting. It's still a really fucking cool color though! DM me if you want him!
Also, bonus Sarah Palmer test cut of my new roll of pearl white vinyl:
She already belongs to @corey-067. Both of these designs will be added to my master library.
Ratatouille is a good movie and all but can we stop ignoring the weird sub plot about how it's wrong for rats to steal? Like. What are they supposed to do then? Buy food? From the grocery store? With WHAT MONEY ratatouille?
Your mom sent you through the forest to bring a cake and a pot of butter to grandma. She warned you about the big bad wolf. You’ve just met the wolf, he’s thinking about calling CPS on your mom for leaving you alone in the dark woods.
I just finished my very first embroidery project!! I am so happy everything turned out looking relatively okay!
I know this isn't the kind of thing I normally post but I'm just so excited!! I've previously only done knitting and sewing (and a bit of truly disasterous cross stitching) but I am definitely going to continue embroidering. Maybe next time I should try actually using a pattern😅
And I couldn't help but adding a couple little Mary Shelley and Edgar Allan Poe pins😊
Dry Shampoo Foams: What They Are and How They Work
Dry shampoo sprays have become a staple for everyone who needs a quick touch-up but has zero time to wash their hair. It is an easy way to refresh the hair after a workout or between washes, to enjoy that perfect blow-out for one more day, or to give a bit of life and volume to your locks during lunch break. However, the classic sprays or powder formulas often leave a visible, chalky residue and can sometimes dry out the hair, causing itchy and flaky scalp. The demand for another type of product that carries similar benefits minus the undesirable effects has brought the dry shampoo foam to the hair care world. And the ingredient that makes all the difference is a very simple one, a tiny dash of water.
What is Dry Shampoo Foam?
Frequent hair washing can lead to dry and damaged hair, frizzy, rough texture, and fast-fading hair colour. Dry shampoos help hair feel and look fresh and clean for longer without using water while leaving a nice scent and giving volume to the strands. Just like the classic dry shampoo sprays, dry shampoo foams are applied onto the roots of dry hair and massaged into the scalp, working it to the ends. The difference is in the added small amount of water in dry shampoo foams and the mousse-like texture that air-dries in less than a minute. The tiny bit of water in the formula makes it easier to apply and distribute the product through the hair without leaving powdery residue and drying the scalp. As the foam dries, impurities and oil are absorbed, and hair is refreshed.