It is usually recommended to apply dye to unwashed hair because the dye will take better. I got all items at a beauty store (Sally& 39;s) and I& 39;ve had very good luck with the L& 39;Oreal brands.Gather your supplies. If you have really dark hair, I would suggest 40 developer or a mix of 30/40. It can dry your hair out though so beware.
2 cups of flour and 1 cup of salt (table salt)2 tablespoons of oil (Canola)1 cup of waterMix in till it like thisAnd food colouring and add anythingAdd some beads or glitter or anything else
I started with a scary haunted house that I cut from my Silhouette Cameo. I sponged the edges with a black Memento Stamp Pad.I stamped S628 Sea Waves over the house, but I turned the image 90 degrees.This is S628 Sea Waves stamp from Technique Junkies.This is SDX054 Fright Night stamp from Technique Junkies.
Gather your ingredients. I like to use crockpot liners for convenience and easy cleanup.Set noodles aside. You will use them last.Add cream of mushroom soup to crockpot.Add cream of celery soup.Add French onion soup.Add both cans of beef broth.Add garlic. (If you like garlic, you can add more.)Add stew beef.
Preheat over to 350!Wash and dice your apple! I used honey crisp (my fav) but any type of apple works!Mix into a bowl of the cinnamon, brown sugar, melted butter, and pecans.Open your cinnamon roll dough.Cut each roll like a pizza.Add muffin liners to a muffin tin, I didn& 39;t have any so I did aluminum foil squares.
Mix all dry ingredientsIn a separate bowl, mix water, melted coconut oil and vanillaCombine wet and dry ingredientsSpread onto baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Stir every 15 minutes.Cool and store in airtight container.
Brine the chickens for 2 to 3 hoursRemove from brine and place on icing grids on a sheet panPlace in Combi smoker and probe one chickenSmoke with no heat for 30 minutes and leave the chickens to rest for another 30 minutes no heatNow roast in combi mode at 250F (121C) to 160F (71C) internal temperature.
Gather your ingredients. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.Unroll your dough and separate it. Cut the sections into long strips.Wrap pieces of dough around the hot to give the mummy his bandages. Make sure to leave room for his mummy face.Place a sheet of foil onto a cookie sheet and spray with cooking spray to prevent the hot dog mummies from sticking.
1Gather your materials. Your garden can use moisture loving plants like ferns, mosses, and grasses, or xeric plants like succulents and cacti. Add bark, gravel, stones, shells--you are the artist!2Use regular potting soil or a cacti blend for succulents and cacti.3Trim your plants to your liking and to fit your container.
Cut out and discard the cabbage core; cut the leaves into 3/4 inch thick ribbons. Place the cabbage in a large bowl.Thinly slice the cucumber into rounds.Quarter and deseed the lemon. Juice all four lemon wedges into a bowl.After peeling and chopping the shallot place into the bowl with lemon juice. Add the creme fraiche, mustard and parmesan to the bowl with shallot-lemon juice mixtureSlowly stir in one tablespoon of olive oil until well combined.
Start with a ball of modelling pasteFlatten it and shape into a rough oval shape with a flat bottomUse a round cutter to cut the & 39;ears& 39; , define the head and belly partStart building the eyes, first white circle......then blue one...then black one...and last but not least a white dotAdd a beakFor the feathers on the belly you will need 3 shades of grey + a bit of white modelling pasteStart by cutting out 3 circles of your darkest colour, I& 39;m showing you how to do it with white pasteCut off roughly 3/4 way and apply onto the bottom part of the belly.
Select various steampunk GSLCuts Chipboard items listed in the supplies.Use gesso and various metallic inks and paints to color the chipboard. Allow to dry.Use black ink to stamp the Muse Time images onto ivory cardstock. (I stamped the images twice, just in case I made an error when cutting them out.