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ohcomelymagazine:

How To Make a Tie-Dye Crumple Coat
or, How to Transform a Sad Old Raincoat into a Piece That’s Ready to Party Come Rain or Shine. A tutorial from issue 19 of Oh Comely.

You will need: a light, spring coat, or a garment of your choice; two dyes in different colours; two squeezy bottles with nibs; a plastic sheet or large bucket; a plastic bag; rubber gloves.

The seven steps to make this are over on our blog

humansofnewyork:

"I was never once afraid to fight. I was a brawler. A bull. I even fought in Madison Square Garden. But it knocked me out for a whole year when my mom died."

humansofnewyork:

"I was never once afraid to fight. I was a brawler. A bull. I even fought in Madison Square Garden. But it knocked me out for a whole year when my mom died."

ohcomelymagazine:

How to Make a Flower Tattoo

Verity Cumming is the makeup artist behind the flower tattoo on our issue 20 cover. We caught up with Verity over on our blog about the shoot and how you can make your own flower tattoos for a night out.

Could someone do this for themselves, if they wanted to? Yes definitely! Drying the flowers is easy to do. Put two pieces of kitchen paper on a plate and put your flowers on top. Then put another two pieces of kitchen paper on top of that, and another plate, so the flowers are sandwiched in the middle…

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Julia Stone Photo By sweethearts Bec Parsons & Bartolomeo Celestino LOVEWANT 5 

lovewantmagazine:

LOVE WANT ISSUE 5 Limited copies available now. Message us for details XX 

Julia Stone Photo By sweethearts Bec Parsons & Bartolomeo Celestino LOVEWANT 5