drew

Hello! Last summer I did my hair with split dye and I was in love! ๐Ÿงกโค๏ธ

I did orange and red and I still have my hair like this but Iโ€™m gonna change and try new colors in the future. And I started to see many people with split hair โ€ฆ

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johnnydiscard:

More old pics. Unfortunately I didn't get any good pictures of this one.

ladaniess:
loved your hair like thisย ๐Ÿ˜

hair stuff

The bigger the hair, the closer to God.

Hi lovelies,

Here is our new comprehensive SOCIAL MEDIA / CONTENT GUIDE for our models, a wonderful addition to the many resources + tools we have here at SG! I encourage every model to read it throughly there is heaps of valuable information inside! This is the first of several upcoming rollouts from the new social media team's ideation. I would like to thank @jerusha...
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kailo:
Very in depth guide! Love all the thorough guidelines.
aliese:
Thank you ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

gothic culture

A place to explore the many wonderful aspects of the gothic culture. From art to literature, music to film, fashion to photography, this place will explore these subjects and the artists within them.

prockgirlscout

I like these:



I also like oatmeal.

I need good suggestions for easy to pack/prepare food while camping. And I don't mean "real" camping where we are hiking for days and have to carry everything. This is just a casual family camping trip.

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insidec4rol:

Guacamole always helps and is so easy, everytime i camp i take with me some avocados, tomatoes, onions and chips โค๏ธ

1956firebird:
If it's a family affair, I think it's a safe bet any children will appreciate a tin of beans ๐Ÿ˜„ They might also appreciate being taught how to make fire by rubbing two sticks together. You'll need what amounts to a bow and arrow (bring some string). Find 2 suitable sticks. String one as the bow. Loop the bowstring around the other to make a fire drill. Then cut a notch in the edge of a piece of dry dead wood and drill at the angle of the notch to create an ember. Add ember to dry grass and blow gently to ignite a flame. Imagine their sense of achievement! Gradually add heavier kindling. Campsite fire safety rules apply, of course. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ If you don't want a campfire, consider a portable/disposable barbecue and simple comfort food (drumsticks, burgers, sausages etc). Have a great time โค๏ธ

the great outdoors

From outdoor recreation to survivalism and preparedness! Hiking, running, camping, biking, rock climbing, caching, caving, etc!