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More wacky, wild and weird fashion: toilet paper fashion

Eight leading Canadian designers designed their very own toilet paper dresses to raise breast cancer awareness.  The one-of-a-kind show is entirely crafted from 100 per cent soft and luxurious sheets of bathroom tissue. This collection included a limited-edition Pink Cashmere, Canada's first coloured bathroom tissue in a decade.   The designers included are Arthur Mendonca, Comrags, David Dixon, Evan Biddell, Joeffer Caoc, Lucian Matis and Thien Le.

Toilet paper dress by Arthur Mendonca
Toilet paper dress by Comrags
Toilet paper dress by David Dixon
Toilet paper dress by Evan Biddell
Toilet paper dress by Joeffer Caoc
Toilet paper dress by Lucian Matis
Toilet paper dress by Thien Le

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Posted by Amanda, in Clothing.

Sophie the Giraffe is a baby teether but it is so adorable that I can't help but want one myself!

Sophie the Giraffe is designed to stimulate the senses (she makes a happy sound when squeezed) and soothe teething gums (safe for babies' mouths). A French classic for your drooling bundle of joie.  This whimsical, sweet giraffe is handmade in the French Alps from natural rubber and non-toxic food based paint ($22.95 at Land of Nod)

Sophie the Giraffe

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PANDORA is most commonly recognized for its customizable charm bracelets but it also offers other fine jewelry lines consisting of rings, earrings and necklaces

Pandora was started in 1982 by goldsmith Per Enevoldsen and his wife, Winnie, in modest surroundings on Nørrebrogade in Copenhagen, Denmark. They often travelled to Thailand in search of jewelry for importing, and as demand for their wares increased, the company focus shifted to the wholesale business In 1987, after several highly successful years as wholesalers, the company discontinued its retail activities and moved to larger premises. After a few more years as wholesalers, Winnie and Per were inspired to open their own factory in Thailand. This was done as a means of ensuring, among other things, control of their own designs. Lone Frandsen was hired as a designer, and the company began to focus on creating a unique jewelry brand. In 1996, Lisbeth Larsen, goldsmith and designer, joined the company and, together with Lone, she has played a key role in defining PANDORA's style.


PANDORA is perhaps known best for its modern twist on the classic charm bracelet. In 1999, PANDORA introduced its patented charm bracelet to the Danish market, and the bracelets quickly became popular all across Europe. PANDORA bracelets have a patented threading system that allows charms to be placed, added and rearranged, by the wearer. PANDORA has created more than 800 handcrafted charms. Charms are handcrafted and available in sterling silver, 14k gold and murano glass, sometimes with semi-precious stones or precious gems


PANDORA also offers collections of rings, earrings and necklaces. Among these products are PANDORA's "Mix-and-Match" earrings, which consist of a collection of ten silver and gold hoops and 80 different charms, which can be interchanged to create new looks.


PANDORA's "Match" jewelry line features an assortment of rings, earrings, necklaces and toe rings that are meant to coordinate with PANDORA's charm selection


In 2008, PANDORA introduced a new collection of jewelry called "LovePods," made entirely of 18k gold and gemstones such as diamonds, amethyst, peridot, quartz, citrine, spinel and topaz. The LovePods line features a selection of rings designed to be "stacked," or combined together, to create unique looks. The collection, designed by goldsmiths Mads Trolle and Le Antony Gray, also includes a range of station-style necklaces, pendants, bracelets and earrings.


PANDORA'S Charm Bracelet

Pandora charm bracelet

Rings from PANDORA's "Match" Collection 

Pandora match rings

PANDORA's "Mix-and-Match" Earrings

Pandora mix and match earrings
PANDORA's Lovepod Stackable RingsPandora stackable lovepod rings
Source:  Wikipedia

Posted by Amanda, in Jewelry.

Wacky, wild and weird Wednesday fashion: chocolate fashion

Chocolate fashion
Chocolate candy dress
Chocolate dress with chocolate antler hat
Chocolate umbrella
Chocolate hat
Chocolate ice cream cone dress and hat

Posted by Amanda, in Clothing.

Correct Hair Color Mistakes with Color Oops

Color Oops is a revolutionary hair product that removes hair color to restore hair to its natural color. This is a miracle product because not only can it remove unwanted color, but it won't damage your hair!  What is so unique about Color Oops is a special ingredient known as hydrosulfite.  Hydrosulfite rapidly reduces the dye molecule without the need for bleach, ammonia, or peroxide.  That old hair color simply rinses right out!  You can even dye your hair that same day.  Color Oops gently removes permanent and semi-permanent hair color and takes only 20 minutes.  It is ammonia free and bleach free.  Color Oops has been featured on Good Morning America and it won Good Housekeeping's 2008 Good Buy Award.

There are two versions of Color Oops:  Extra Conditioning with soy protein and aloe vera and Extra Strength for fast, gentle, and more powerful results.

Extra Conditioning softens and restructures hair while gently removing color. Color Oops Extra Conditioning is a gentle and effective way to safely remove unwanted hair color in just 20 minutes. Color Oops reverses the hair coloring process by shrinking the color molecule so small that it simply washes away. Color Oops is bleach-free and ammonia-free; it will not have the damaging effects of bleach or ammonia-based products.

Color Oops takes you back to your lightest shade. It can return your hair to its natural color if the artificial hair color applied is darker than your natural color. If your post-process hair color is lighter than your natural color, your natural color has been chemically removed and cannot be restored. Color Oops will remove the artificial pigment from your hair, however, your hair will ultimately be the chemically lightened color. To go back to your natural color, it will be necessary to apply a hair colorant comparable to your own natural shade and tone.

Extra Strength:  Color Oops Extra Strength is similar to the Extra Conditioning except it's formulated with a little more 'muscle' to get out color that has been in longer than one month. 

Where to Buy:  Rite Aid, Duane Reade, Walgreens, Longs Drugs, CVS,, Bartell Drugs, Meijer, Safeway, HEB

Color Oops Extra Conditioning
Color Oops Extra Strength


Posted by Amanda, in Beauty and Cosmetics.

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