14 HOW TO: MAKE A SHIRT DOUBLE TRUCK VOICE ● Thursday, April 27, 2006 YOU CAN DO I HOW TO DYE YOUR HAIR USING KOOL A 1. If you have dark hair Kool Aid will not show so if you are really determined to add some real color then bleaching kit and follow the directions in the box. 2. Choose a color! The brighter the better! 3. Mix two packets of unsweetened mix with a double quarter sized amount of conditioner. It must be UNS 4. Wet your hair 5. Put on a pair of gloves and apply the Kool Aid to your hair. If this is not enough to thickly coat the hair, more and continue 1. Gather supplies needed: Iron, ironing board, shirt, paper towel, and iron on letters. 6. Wrap your head in plastic wrap and leave it. Leave it as long as you can stand it, all day if you can. The lo leave it, the better the color will adhere to the hair 7. Over time, the color will fade out. If you want it out quicker, toothpaste will speed up this process, but if bleached the hair or you have really light hair normally, it will not remove the color totally HOW TO MAKE YOUR A OWN JUICE BAG PURSE 1. Cut out the bottom of the pouch without separating the front of the pouch 2. Peel all the letters carefully for desired phrase. 3. Place letters where you want them to appear on your shirt. from the back 2. Wash the inside with soap and water and let air dry 3. For the front of your purse, overlap 2 of the pouches putting them si by side. Do a zig zag stitch down the middle with the front of the pouch up. Add as many juice boxes to make the purse the size you want 4. Do the same as in step 3 for the back of the purse 5. For the bottom of your koolaid purse, overlap the number of pouches needed from top to bottom and zigzag stitch 6. For the sides, use a single row of pouches sewn in a vertical pattern 7. Attach the front and back panel to each side, leaving about 1/4” to 1/2” unsewn at b tom of handbag 8. Sew both side panels to the front and back of your purse 9. Attach the bottom of the handbag to the bottom of your front, back, and side panels, folding down where you left the bottom unsewn. I think it is easier to attach your bag together at the sides first, then sew along the longer seams at the front and back of your bag 10. For handles, you can use ribbon or you can use additional juice pouches to make your own handles. Simply sew to pouches top to bottom, cut the desired width of your handles, and fold back on each long side (about 1/4”) and zig zag stitch both sides 11. Fold down the top of your bag about 1/2” (to hide juice drink tops and to make the top even) and, if you like, add some trim 12. Enjoy your new purse! Great for the summer! Conversation starter! HOW TO:JUMP START A CAR 4. Carefully place paper towel on letters. 1. Have a car with a charged battery park next to you and pop the hoods. Then turn off both cars. 5. Connect the other negative 2. Attach positive jumper cable jumper cable to something metal under the hood. (the red one) to the positive terminal on the charged battery. 6. Start car with the charged 3. Connect the other positive 5. Place iron on paper towel. Move the iron around towel until all areas have been ironed. (Hold the iron in spots for 20 seconds.) Then sport the look. battery. Then wait a few seconds. jumper cable to the positive terminal on the dead battery. 7. Then attempt to start the car 4. Connect the negative jumper (the black one) to the negative terminal on the dead battery. with dead battery. If it doesn’t work wait a few minutes. Once it does start take off cables one at a time. VOICE 15 DOUBLE TRUCK ● Thursday, April 27, 2006 IT YOURSELF AID TO: STYLE YOUR JEANS HOW TO: purchase a WEETENED! HOW TO: TIE A TIE “The holes gradually grew, but if you’re impatient, you can use sandpaper, steel wool or a cheese grater.” “This was actually an accident. I got ﬂoor laminant on these jeans.” 1. Put tie through collar. The wide end should be lower than the narrow end. (about 12 inches) mix up some onger you f you h 2. Cross the wide end over the narrow end. ide hes ot- “You can use bleach with a sponge or drop it onto the jeans directly through an eyedropper.” “I took the pockets from another pair of jeans and sewed them onto these pants.” HOW TO DO YOUR EYE MAKE-UP Before After 3. Pull the wide end underneath the narrow end. (To the right) and bring it through the loop at the top. Mal Val Mal 4. Take wide and put it through the knot that you created. Val Mal’s Eyes: BLUE Val’s Eyes: BROWN 1. Prime eye with a mixture of eye base and 1. Prime eye with a mixture of eye base and eye cream to catch the eye shadow. Apply all the way up to the brow line. 2. Use a light color (Champagne) to put a stripe starting from the lid line all the way up to the brow line. 3. Using a ﬂuffy brush and starting from the corners, use a dark color (Deep Blue) and blend into champaign color. 4. Sweep more of the champagne color along the brow line to reduce harsh lines. 5. Apply more of the dark color at the corners for a dramatic effect. 6. Line top and bottom with thin brush and more of the dark blue shadow. 7. Apply mascara on both the top and bottom. 8. Clean excess powder with a q-tip and cold cream. eye cream to catch the eye shadow. Apply all the way up to the brow line. 2. Dust a goldish color from the lid line all the way up to the brow line. 3. Use a reddish color (Dusty orange) on the outside all the way up to the brow line. 4. Use a bluish color and shade the inside of the eye, blending it into the dusty orange shade on the outside. 5. Cover entire eye with light layer of loose pigment (Shimmer sheer powder) 6. Line top eyelid with brown eye shadow on top and aqua shade on bottom. Smudge aqua on bottom to soften lines. 7. Apply mascara on both the top and bottom. 8. Clean excess powder with a q-tip and cold cream. Special Thanks To: Shayna Elsass at MAC cosmetics of Woodﬁeld Mall. Special Thanks To: Melissa Hitzke at MAC cosmetics of Woodﬁeld Mall. 5. Using both hands, tighten the knot carefully and bring it up to the collar. 6. Then you’re ready to go.
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