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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
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(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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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
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Happy Valentine's Day…Continue
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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
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I'm getting the rear doors on my van fixed soon (and a tune-up).
I was supposed to bring it into the shop today, but the snow got too heavy and I don't even have an ice scraper.
Soon as my doors are fixed I'm picking up two stacks of speakers (six total for only $100…Continue
Added by Mike Nobody on February 5, 2014 at 2:41pm — No Comments
A lot of anime/manga/etc Japanese pop culture fans (but especially anime/manga fans) call themselves otaku. Generally, it is assumed "otaku" means something like "nerd" or "geek", or to describe someone with much knowledge in a specific field. While those are part of the otaku definition, that's not all it means, and it's probably not the best idea to visit Japan proudly calling oneself an…Continue