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Arellia
- user joined since April 20, 2007
30 questions asked by this user
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Questions

Do IBM/Lenovo thinkpads have a dummy battery thing?
In laptop, battery - asked by Arellia - 1 answer - 9 years ago
where does the phrase "drop a clanger" come from?
In phrase, origin, english - asked by Arellia - 2 answers - 9 years ago
National pledges: why do some countries have them and some don't? also which countries have them?
In nation, pledge, patriotism - asked by Arellia - 1 answer - 9 years ago
What exactly are reusable ice cubes?
In materials, food, water - asked by Arellia - 2 answers - 9 years ago
How long after major surgical procedures are you fit to travel by air?
In health, air travel - asked by Arellia - 2 answers - 9 years ago

Answers

In common with ginababe I try to help others as often as I can.

1. I am a geek even out there
2. Am quite shy in new groups and don't speak unless spoken to but after I become a friend you can't get me to shut up
3. I hate making decisions and get frustrated over even the simplest of decisions like what to eat. I'd rather there was one item on the menu than a whole range of choices.


Go To Question - asked by Arellia - 0 replies - 9 years ago

A finger wave may be defined and described as a wave made by wetting the hair, combing it flat,making sharp ridges at intervals over the head,stretching the hair between the ridges, covering with a net,and drying under the electric dryer.

The process of finger waving may be described briefly as follows:

Hair that has been dampened with water is combed out straight and sponged with curling fluid (setting lotion). The first wave should begin an inch or more from the scalp, depending upon personal preference. The hair is pressed down near the part with the left hand and drawn by the comb toward the brow, making a sharp ridge. The comb is pressed upward and should graze the scalp so that every hair will be included in the wave. The comb is not released until the ridge is held firmly in place between the first and second fingers of the left hand and then it is drawn through the hair to the ends. It is advisable to wave around the head instead of downward toward the ends.

To make the second wave the comb is drawn sharply away from the brow, while the first wave is held firmly in place. Continue the wave, working down from the part, around the head. The ends in front of the ear are curled into a flat ringlet. The hair over the ear is curled in back of it and, when dry, is combed to cover the ear.

A net should be placed over the head and the hair dried before combing the wave. While the hair is drying, the waves can be pressed in more deeply. After the hair is dry it should be combed back from the face, not downward from the part, and pushed upward into waves by the hand and the comb.
http://www.revampvintage.com/30sfingerwaves.html

step by step guides:
http://www.vividinfinity.com/fingerwave/fingerwaving.pdf


Go To Question - asked by Arellia - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Better job and living standards would be it for me...(which is why I moved too)


Go To Question - asked by Arellia - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Female - early 20s, 90% logical but sometimes the emotions creep through.


Go To Question - asked by Arellia - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Can I get clothes from anywhere or tailor made to replace stuff that I have?...
Hmm I generally have problems getting good jeans that fit perfectly so I would keep my best pair, also the only frock/dress that I own at present, and 1 sari that I don't really wear but I love and was one of he few that matched my tastes.


Go To Question - asked by Arellia - 0 replies - 9 years ago