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Duesseldorf, NRW, Germany
Iam a German 40s/50s/60s Pin up Girl, Retro Addict and Weirdo. I love make up, to craft, do photoshootings and collect vintage clothes/ lingerie. In my blog you can read all about it, mashed up with my thoughts about fashion/styling.

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Montag, 15. März 2010

Trying water-waves and adapting new make up

Hi everyone,

today I tried water waves with my triple-barrel-curling iron and that blue Gaga Make up (I told ya, I could imagine a 30s version of it - hence the water-waves). The water-waves turned out so so (just the one on top of my head is actually visible in the pic :-D ) I made the Gaga make up not as high as in the original pic as I thought it might look too extreme on me. Judging the pics though they could have worked well going higher as you can barely see it when I have my eyes open. :-D Also having it more symetric would have helped. But when I try something I expect to learn from my mistakes (it would be boring if everything we try turns out perfect immediately). Mission: Done :-D




P.s.: I really like that one can see the little green Tiki-mug wearing a miniature sombrero in the background in the first pic :-D

P.p.s.: Those pics also really show well how camera to face-distance and a light change of head-posture can totally change the form of your face :-D The pics were not retouched in any way.

Kommentare:

  1. Die Wasserwellen stehen Dir gut! War das schwierig?? Ich habe mir jetzt zwar ein Glätteisen besorgt um mir damit wenigstens ein paar Wellen zu verpassen - habe aber immer noch ziemlichen Respekt davor.. ;")
    Die Haarfarbe finde ich übrigens auch wunderbar!!

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  2. Oben geht es ziemlich einfach mit dem Dreifach Lockenstab. An der Seite.... Hmmm..... Da muss ich noch fleissig üben :-D Im Grunde nimmt man dieses Teil, sprüht ein Hitzespray auf die Haare und drückt den Hebel runter.

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