So...how do we pin this darn thing? STEP 1: Place the arrangement on the left lapel of the wearer STEP 2: Align it so it is four inches down from the tip of the left shoulder STEP 3: Check the positioning before pinning; the blooms should be facing you (the pinner) and the leafy backing should be laying flat against the wearer's lapel or preferred position STEP 4: Starting from behind the lapel, push the pin through the fabric into the stem of the boutonniere STEP 5: Try not to prick you…
In a collaboration with Cement Produce Design — the creative team behind Trace Face cups, See Oh Ribbon bookmarks and other contemporary interior goods — the industrial-parts manufacturer has made its very first original product: the Alma Aroma Pin.
To get this look, begin by sectioning off some hair along your hairline. Then simply French braid, making sure to pull in all front pieces to keep hair out of your face. When you reach slightly past your temple, use one or two bobby pins to secure the braid behind the ear, with the pins facing the back of your head. Then just let some hair fall over the end of the braid to hide the pins.
Hatpin defence: Hatpin tactics are illustrated in these photographs excerpted from a 1904 self defence article that was featured in the San Francisco Sunday Call newspaper: "When attacked from behind, she grasps a hatpin. Turning quickly, she is able to strike a fatal blow in the face.”
I heard about the news. Orlando Bloom tried to punch Justin Bieber or something like that. I don't care about the reasons behind whatever happened. Justin Bieber has done plenty of stuff to deserve a punch in the face. Well, I saw a few posts about Legolas punching Bieber, so I thought, "Might as well make one myself!" and this happened! ~ made by Samantha Morton / Lord of the Rings / The Hobbit / Funny / #TeamOrlando
Michele's braided updo perfectly complements her face-framing bangs. Apply a volumizing mousse, like Kérastase Resistance Volumactive Mousse, and blow hair dry with a large round brush, Urban says. Part hair in the center and French braid a one-inch section, starting at the top of the head and wrapping behind the ear. Secure with an elastic. Sweep the rest of the hair into a low ponytail. Tease the ponytail before twisting into a bun and securing with U-shaped pins. Then, wrap in the braid…
Once hair is dry, using a 1.5 in curling iron, curl hair away from the face leaving an inch of hair out at the ends.Grab a small section from behind the ear and create a fishtail braid. Before securing fishtail with an elastic, begin to "stretch" the fishtail by gently pulling each side all of the way up. Stretching will make the braid appear fuller. Secure with elastic.Wrap fishtail around the head and pin behind ear on the opposite side.Pin the rest of hair half up around the fishtail.