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mezaland1 mezaland1 5 years
I have been making art with my own hair since 2000. I collect & sort my own hair after the shower. I also dye my hair to create different values. I sew my hair into different types of grounds like mylar, canvas,and an assortment of papers. My website is www.rosemarymeza.com
curLRocker curLRocker 5 years
This just made me gag.
curLRocker curLRocker 5 years
This just made me gag.
ModernGraceKelly ModernGraceKelly 5 years
A locket of you baby's hair is nice, but I cannot even look at this... It's like woven chest hair. I just imagine a man weaving his chest hair. lol
neonbee neonbee 5 years
I feel itchy just looking it it.
GummiBears GummiBears 5 years
I am itchy and nauseated at the same time. Never thought I could feel this way in my lifetime but thanks this hair jewelry piece, it is a reality :D.
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
*screams, covers eyes, and runs into the nearest wall*
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
*screams, covers eyes, and runs into the nearest wall*
VanessaJ VanessaJ 5 years
actually, back in the Victorian Era, when people died, friends & family would make things out of their hair because it is the only part of the body that does not decay. It was an "interesting" way to remember a loved one.
joikiut joikiut 5 years
disgusting...
joikiut joikiut 5 years
disgusting...
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