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Works on wavy, straight or mildly curly hair, and requires soft layers. It can be worn with or without bangs (fringe) both straight-across or side bangs can look good. Hair must be longer than shoulder length (extensions can be used). It probably works on wigs, but I haven't tried it.…Continue
Added by Trinity Glass on March 7, 2014 at 9:08pm — No Comments
(For my own reference, mostly. This interview originally ran in Gothic & Lolita Bible volume II, and the translation is from Monologue Sanctuary ).
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Added by Trinity Glass on March 3, 2014 at 9:31pm — No Comments
Working on the 6th volume of Malice, Alice's Other Sister. The theme of this volume (and when did I start using themes?) is "royal blood"....as in, princesses of the macabre? Kaya and his newest album Nocturne are spamming up the playlists and I'll probably mention Hizaki one-time-too-many and bother 78.2% of Malice readers. (that is all of 3.47 human beans.)…Continue
Added by Trinity Glass on February 18, 2014 at 9:00pm — No Comments
ディルアングレイ - Dir en grey : Diru an gurei : Deeru an guu-ray-ee (When said correctly in Japanese it pretty much just sounds like you're stretching out the English pronunciation of Dir en grey. Note: if in English you pronounce DER en grey, that is wrong, it is pronounced closed to DEER en grey, which is how "Diru" in Japanese is just sounding like a…Continue
Added by Trinity Glass on February 13, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
Lolita is a fashion that originated in Japan, specifically in the Harajuku area of Tokyo, which is often heavily populated by teenagers of all styles on the weekends. Lolita is often cited as being influenced by the Victorian and Rococo eras, however, it is a modernised, very loose take on either period. It was first recognised as a subculture in the late 1980s, and has evolved much since then. It is…Continue
Absent Cause zine was established in 2008 as a venue for people from myriad cultures and selves, pushed to the outskirts and into the underground, to find each other, draw connections between their experiences, and gain strength for their struggles.
The term “Dangerous Gifts” is usually associated with the special contributions of people with mental illness / variance. But there are many kinds of dangerous gifts we experience and share: the person who chooses to wear…Continue
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