What Are the Must-haves If You Are Getting a Puppy?

Collar, lead, food, bowls for food and water, bed, flea treatments, worm treatments, toys, brush, dog shampoo (or a good groomer) somewhere you can take it for socialization and training, poo bags for cleaning up messes when you go on walks, money for vaccinations, de-sexing and check-ups

1. What would be the best surface to paint liquid emulsion on for photography?

Paper... but if the point of the assignment was to NOT use a unique paper, then it depends on the emulsion you buy. I have used and recommend liquid light. You can use a sponge or brush to apply, and the same goes for the developer and fixer if you decided to use wood. Glass wont work too well fyi, neither will plex. You might want to try a t-shirt, or just a piece of shear fabric. When applying, you can add a tiny bit of paper developer to the emulsion to make it more contrasty. If applying to wood, you may need it to cure 2-3 days to work properly. And if applying by a brush, the brush strokes will be visible. If you do not want this, you can try to apply more coats of the emulsion. You can get fabric, wood, or paper in hundreds of stores, depends where you are.

2. how to brush teethbb nnn?

Get a toothbrush and scrub them teefs, swish around with water, tada you are done

3. Which MAC blush should I buy?

i have light medium skin tone too. and i go for the natural look as well, bold make up is not the thing for me! especially if you wanna wear it to school. i use MAC blush Dainty. it's nice and light. really natural. you could go to a MAC counter and get a make up artist to try various light blushes on you. i apply with brush #129sh which is great!!! but very expensive. a regular blush brush should work just fine too:) or brush #116 fluff brush for MAC blushes.

4. Can someone help me with a decopodge project?

Take your photos and make copies of them. If you like black and white that is fine but you could do them in sepia (makes them look old). Michael's carries the decoupage and all you do is brush on a light coat of the glue,place the copy of the photo then brush on another coat of decopauge. After doing every photo this way, let it dry. Then do another coat over the entire machine and every photo. This seals yours project. The decopage comes in a matte finish or a gloss finish. Decopauge is basically a mixture of white glue and water. Do not try to mix yourself as it does not always come out right.

5. Please give me your opinion on 6 panel door painting.?

I just finished painting 8 hollow core creamy white doors myself because we painted the trim white semi gloss. I used a 1 inch brush for all of them just to save from using two different things. I found that the one inch brush was easier for the slanted parts than a two in brush. I had to prime them first of coarse. It's not a fun task but the finished product looks 100 times better!

6. I need the recipe for fried indian bread?

American Indian Fry Bread Yield: 1 Servings Ingredients 2 c flour 1/3 c powdered milk 2 ts baking powder 1 ts salt 3 tb lard, divided 3/4 c warm water 1 oil Instructions Mix dry ingredients. Cut in 2 T. lard until crumbly. Add water & mix until a soft dough forms. Knead until dough is smooth & springy in texture. Make into 12 balls. Melt 1 Tbls. lard & brush on each ball of dough. Set aside for 30-45 minutes. On a lightly floured surface, roll each ball to a 4" circle, then stretch to 7-8" in diameter. Poke hole in center. Fry in oil at 365 degrees until lightly browned, turning once. Serve with butter, honey or jam, or use as the bottom layer of an Indian taco.

7. HOW TO APPLY COLOR PRODUCTS

The method of applying a protective gloves should be worn. Do not use a strong acid conditioner where red tones have been added to the hair, these can cause premature loss of red pigments. Plant-Based Color Hot water is added to this product prior to application; make sure that this has cooled down before applying on to the hair. From temporary to permanent, we take a look at how to effectively apply the most popular color products.The method of applying a hair coloring product will vary depending on the desired effect, product used and hair type. There are however, general rules and techniques that can be applied in most instances; these have been developed for use in modern salons using the latest hair colors and lighteners. In all casesshould be worn. Do not use a strong acid conditioner where red tones have been added to the hair, these can cause premature loss of red pigments.Hot water is added to this product prior to application; make sure that this has cooled down before applying on to the hair. Start on top of the head by taking a triangle section Apply the product on the full section Place the section round the top of the head Work around the head, taking more sections and place them on top of the previous colored sections Work your way down until all the hair is covered Temporary Color Conditioners and lotions containing added pigments should normally be applied to pre-shampooed, towel dry hair. Excess moisture will dilute the product. Setting lotions or rinses should normally be applied directly from the bottle or applicator. Spread the product through the hair using a comb and process for the indicated time. Thoroughly rinse out shampoos and conditioners; setting lotions are leave-in products. In the case of coloring gels or paints, these should be directly applied to dry, styled hair. If necessary, use fingers or a styling brush to distribute evenly. Semi-Permanent Color This color group does not normally include added ammonia-based ingredients or hydrogen peroxide. Care should still be taken not to get chemicals on to the face or neck or on to clothing. Divide the hair into sections for overview Deposit the product on the hair with a brush or application bottle Use the tail of the comb only to divide the sections Demi Permanent Colors These products will normally use a weak hydrogen peroxide solution; apply a skin protection cream around the hairline and use protective clothing. Divide the hair into sections for overview Do not take sections wider than 1-2 inches, depending on hair thickness Deposit the product on the hair with the brush or application bottle Use the tail of the comb or brush to divide the sections Permanent Color Permanent color requires the use of peroxide-based chemicals, hence special care needs to be taken when applying these. Before application a barrier cream may be used around the hairline to protect the skin on the face and neck. A wide range of techniques are available to the hairdresser, these will partly be influenced by whether the hair has been previously colored or not. Oxidative Tints Divide the hair into sections for overview Do not take sections wider than 1 inch, depending on hair thickness Deposit the product on the hair with a brush Use the tail of the brush only to divide the sections of hair

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