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It’s the New Year! OK it’s been the new year for a little while but I heard lots of birds today and it made me think of spring, therefore it only really became new year properly for me today. You know what I mean. And a new year means a new look. Sometimes. Well, the magazines keep telling me this and they wouldn’t lie, would they?
Anyway… after you’ve read the article I posted a while ago on looking and feeling vintage, here are various tutorials you may find useful. From everyone’s favourite make up muse Edie Sedgwick to modern gothic, from 20s flapper to hippie/metal/whatever dreadlocks, punk to steampunk and blacklight parties it’s all right here. Hooray!
First, because I used to have dreadlocks and I still love them, is a how to:
If real dreads are too much of a frightening commitment, here’s how to do them in wool:
Next up some gothicness. Here is MissChievous’ make-up tutorial:
The ‘Tim Burton’ look from Michelle Phan:
Quite a sweet tutorial for rock types on making shredded leggings. My favourite part was the cat:
Here’s a wiki how on making your own punk clothes.
Who wouldn’t want to dye their hair rainbow?!:
The ‘Queen of Blending’ shows us how to perfect the drag queen/faerie/bizarre look:
‘Pixiwoo’ provides tips on getting the look of the lady who inspired many alternative fashion fanatics, Edie Sedgwick:
And here’s a little blog post on her general look. Check the bottom for links to articles about her.
‘The Cherry Dollface’ shows us a 50s hairstyle, picked from her many vintage tutorials:
Steampunk stuff is expensive and complicated, right? Not necessarily:
Get the flapper look:
And her make up:
Finally here is the mookychick guide to setting up a blacklight room.
Well, there we have it, quite a number of top tips for the average alternative type. May you have a jolly old time with it this year. Good byee!