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These quick and easy hairstyles actually look better on unwashed strands

These quick and easy hairstyles actually look better on unwashed strands

Create a regal twisted crown.

Create a regal twisted crown.

2nd August: Braids Into A Bun - The wonderful Becky of @dooftheday creates a different hair look for every day in August #mylayeredlook

2nd August: Braids Into A Bun - The wonderful Becky of @dooftheday creates a different hair look for every day in August #mylayeredlook

The most beautiful Frida Kahlo tattoo I have ever seen @tattoos_by_georgie

The most beautiful Frida Kahlo tattoo I have ever seen @tattoos_by_georgie

Make a DIY Round Rope Mat or Rug -Depending on how Ambitious You Are: http://www.completely-coastal.com/2014/09/make-diy-round-rope-mat-or-rug.html

Make a DIY Round Rope Mat or Rug -Depending on how Ambitious You Are: http://www.completely-coastal.com/2014/09/make-diy-round-rope-mat-or-rug.html

Jar Candles- This would be neat to do with baby food jars, too, as place holders with guest's names on them.

Jar Candles- This would be neat to do with baby food jars, too, as place holders with guest's names on them.

DIY : Glass Jar Candlestick

DIY : Glass Jar Candlestick

Friducha/MexicanStyle

Friducha/MexicanStyle

Frida Kahlo tattoo done by the ever so talented @ladymisskai kaismart.com #tattoo #fridakahlo #portrait #honolulu

Frida Kahlo tattoo done by the ever so talented @ladymisskai kaismart.com #tattoo #fridakahlo #portrait #honolulu

Life Magazine #fridakahlo "Child of my heart Tomorrow is another day" Sung in a small Mexico City gallery last week, this serenade was the climax of a long and happy evening for the frail, dark-eyed woman lying there in a great four-poster bed. She was Frida Kahlo, invalid wife of Muralist Diego Rivera and Mexico's best woman painter (TIME, Nov. 14, 1938). For her first public show in Mexico, 200 friends, fellow artists and critics had turned out to sing, sip Scotch, and applaud.

Life Magazine #fridakahlo "Child of my heart Tomorrow is another day" Sung in a small Mexico City gallery last week, this serenade was the climax of a long and happy evening for the frail, dark-eyed woman lying there in a great four-poster bed. She was Frida Kahlo, invalid wife of Muralist Diego Rivera and Mexico's best woman painter (TIME, Nov. 14, 1938). For her first public show in Mexico, 200 friends, fellow artists and critics had turned out to sing, sip Scotch, and applaud.