Thursday, 14 July 2011

A Slight Hint of Madness. And a Chin...

Yeah a bit of madness today. Well for this blog entry at least.


Me an' me mam decided to get some Curlformers after seeing them on telly an' thought we should try 'em out. Mother's hair curls well wi' standard rollers, hot rollers, curling tongs and bendy rollers. Meanwhile mine DOESN'T. Seriously mine doesn't curl well at all. I can use different setting patterns an' they all turn to shit when I tek 'em out. Me hair has a tendency to go bushy an' frizzy an' a manner of other words that mean your hair just looks meh.

So we tried out Curlformers. Now these things are FUN. Bit strange the first time you use 'em but if you really want ringlet style curls that sit right an' hold pretty well then I'd highly recommend 'em. You can get 'em in various lengths as well as curl thickness. We went for the Long & Wide ones but you can get 'em for much shorter, or longer hair too. You get 40 Curlformers in the standard kit which also comes with two hooks you need for pulling yer hair through one of the things.

So this is me with a full head of the things.
Errr... O_o

They're basically a nylon twirl thing. You slide one of the hooks through so it elongates the Curlformer, you then take a 2.5 centimetre piece of hair, slot it into the hook near your scalp then holding that end of the Curlformer, you pull the hook through gently bringing the hair through the Curlformer. Let go then it springs back into it's twisty shape! You can also use a hair dryer over these too. It's recommended you use them with damp hair but if yer pushed for time you can give yer head a quick blast wi' a hairdryer or a drying hood instead of waiting for 'em to dry naturally.

This is them out!

Sorry you can't see 'em so good. But they do turn out really well! Just use a bit of finishing cream or hair serum on 'em after you remove 'em then jobs a good 'un! Ready as they are or they'd mek a good basis for an updo.


F1. A discussion wi' a friend of mine turned out to have some funniness to it. Well, every time there's a race on we always have mad discussions. Which always leads on to talk of Mark Webber's chin. 


So much of our talk revolves around this matter, Mark Webber is no longer known by that name but as "The Chin." My friend went on to discuss David Coulthard's chin which is strikingly similar. See Figure. A.


I meself also come to the conclusion that if "The Chin's" helmet was square... An' he was in his race suit...

He would actually look like a Transformer.

Optimus Prime to me more exact.

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