I want to know what i can do with my hair besides wearing a bun
Asked by BizzyLilC 8 years ago
Asked by GemmyHomicide 6 years ago
Maybe a homemade shampoo recipe or something. thanks : )
Asked by kelly. 5 years ago
How many weeks ,days or months does it take for your hair to be long and smooth and long?
Asked by sariah215 8 years ago
I know that hair dryer dont produce to much heat.but if i use heat gun, i might blow my motherboard.is there any idea to produce more heat from hair dryer.save and easy.how to hack hair dryer to produce more heat.
Asked by hore 8 years ago
That is not me hey
Asked by Prof I.tiki 9 years ago
I once knew a Korean girl who loved to put my long hair into a bun. She didn't use anything to help, she just twisted it and it stayed really well. I would pay for a tutorial on that!?
Asked by Darcy777 8 years ago
I am trying to make a prototype of a hair blow drier and needs to establish the exact materials I require... i.e. the specific materials. Please help?
Ok, so I have a mohawk right? :P I want to make the back really long going down past my shoulders. I want to have my hair grow really fast though. any ideas, like supplements or something cheap?? besides extensions and the eating healthy thing, cuz I already eat healthy and my hair barely grows a centimeter a month.
Asked by HannahBarbaraHorn 6 years ago
I don't. I typically just go in for a little trim and that's it. I never fiddle with it myself... until tonight! I was finishing off the bottle of white wine I had to buy for my Cuban Xmas dinner (this sounds worse than it really is - I was mostly drinking the inch at the bottom, don't want that $8 to go to waste...), and suddenly got the bright idea of cutting some bangs. Alcohol and scissors might not sound like the best idea, but I think I did fine considering the circumstances. :D After stalking a couple of users on youtube briefly to see how others avoided butchering their hair, I found myself in the bathroom with a nice pair of fabric scissors hacking off hair. Maybe not hacking. Deliberate cutting, actually. And success! Well, after a half hour of fiddling and trimming off a half inch at a time. So do you cut your own hair? What do you use to do it? I'm curious whether DIYers are more likely to do this and not fail (possibly). Pictures? :D
Posted by jessyratfink 9 years ago
I have a hair trimmer, that works on rechargeable batteries. Now the batteries has died, I want to make it work directly through AC connection, instead of using the batteries. Can someone please help?
Asked by anoop54451987 5 years ago
Building a hair thin Mini hot tip (like soldering) Building a hair thin Mini hot tip (like soldering) Well as you read it I am trying to build a very very small heat controllable mini hot tip (max 40 degrees C) And definitely I am sure you are such an expert in the area that the hair hot tipwill sound like a joke to you. What for? well, long story short I want to put bacteria samples on it & gradually increase the temperature and see how the populations die or survive, and most likely how long they last, to demonstarte if actual dishwashers do a good job. (maximum temp boiling point) I actually want to record the video given to the fact that the microscope I have access at school is wayyyy more powerful than the rest. I know I should use an LED or just heat but what prevents me from doing so is just blowing away the samples from the tip or changing the exposure too much with extra lights. I believe the principle is almost the same as with the coil inside electric bulbs or the same as in ironing clothes but not as hot (in orders of magnitude) I believe the trick is driving voltage and just making variations to it with a dial please help I really want to see those bacteria and film them . All help will be appreciated Thanx Micro Freak apprentice
Posted by dejabox 10 years ago
How is this possible ? Hair and fingernails are organs, right ?
Asked by Quest for Questions 7 years ago
Asked by shann.rox 8 years ago
Thought I'd share thisBoing Boing Gadgets' Joel Johnson was at McMaster University yesterday where he met a researcher who used a focus ion beam microscope to carve his school's logo on a human hairI find it amazing how well it came out. If we can do this now, just Imagine what well be able to do in the future! Advertisement spaces in hair?!!!
Posted by Keith-Kid 10 years ago
I'm allergic to persulfates, which are the chemicals in hair dye that strip the hair of its natural color. I found this out after I had my hair professionally dyed, broke out, and went to the dermatologist. I know that peroxide can also lighten hair, but I was hoping someone had good techniques or experiences with that or a similar persulfate-free lightening method. My hair is very short so I'm not worried about breakage. Normally I would just let something like this go, but as it turns out, I look really good as a blonde ;)
Asked by buffalauren 7 years ago
I was thinking that I would cut my own hair and thought if there where any helpful people here that had and then posted it for me to enjoy...and learn from. But I only found two men who had done it, and since I don't want my hair that short I was wondering if any women out there had tried it and would like to post about it. Failing that any suggestions for how to do it...
Posted by ducksting 10 years ago
Hello, I have the hair dryer which have 2 switch one for the blower and other one for heating, when turn the blower ON the heating coil that connected to the rectifier terminal is work ON and the motor work in slow and high (not perfect working) . There is no short in out circuit . Sorry for mu english thanks
Posted by MahdiA19 2 years ago
Once I had a Korean woman put my hair in a bun. She did not use any pins, bands or anything. She just twisted it and tucked it and somehow it stayed in place. Anyone know how to do that?
Asked by Darcy777 9 years ago
Hello there, I've always wanted to dye my hair grey but didn't want to go through the hassle and the possible hair damage of bleaching. I came across someone selling chalk sticks for temporary hair colouring and was wondering if a cheaper, liquid version could be made to cover all the hair instead of a small part. My initial idea was to use calcium carbonate and grey food colouring with maybe a little bit of talcum powder which will then be mixed with some water so it can be applied easier. These are the ingredients in the colouring I want to use: glycerol, propylene glycol, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, vegetable carbon Is there anything here I should be concerned about? As I'm going for a grey colour I was also looking at using a small amount of activated charcoal or some other skin safe fine black powder. Is this the best way or are there better alternatives? Advice will be appreciated. Thanks for reading.
Posted by egrayton 2 years ago
I am a dark blond (so sorta hazelnut) and i want to dye it black, but as i want to go the "goth" look and i'll eventually grow out of it i don't want it to stain or be permanent, is there anything i can do? most dyes say my hair can't be dyed black, so i turned to the wonderful world of instructables!!! can anyone help? is there a brand i can buy over the internet? plz help!!
Asked by AussieAnglerGal 6 years ago
My mom's hair is really wispy, especially at the bottom. And it's really rough too. She seems to be really rough with her hair when she washes it, and I'm wondering if that is the problem. If she stops, will that help? Or does she need to try something else...like different shampoo?or conditioner? It's sort of embarrassing. It's really wild and all over the place, and unhealthy.
Asked by Short One 9 years ago
These folks loved their dogs so much that they made sweaters from their fur after they passed away. This was no easy task as thousands of hairs had to be harvested from brushes and carpets. The result is apparently warm and water-resistant as well as creepy, but with all the cat hair I keep vacuuming up maybe I can get a nice coat from my own home. BBC linkvia Treehugger
Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago
I know this is a bit odd, seeing as how most people would prefer the color stay in their hair. However, I'm only 15, and I don't change my hair color ever 2 months, like many other girls my age. My mom would prefer if I didn't dye my hair, unless I can come up with a way to do this. Also, I do definitely want it to be safe! Please and thank you. :)
Asked by kimyw27 7 years ago
I have several jars of hair gel which I used once upon a time but I want to find other uses for it . I did hear that you can make it into a paste for putting onto the surface of vinyl records and when it sets you peel it off and it removes fine dust without scratching. Any ideas would be appreciated.
Asked by craftyv 7 years ago
So I am trying to repair an old hair straightener so that I can use it for some project on another. Part of the circuit blew. I think it was a diode but am not 100% percent sure. If someone could let me know what the part is so that I can possibility replace it.
Posted by Trenyx 7 years ago