FAQ

HAIR/BEAUTY
1. How does your hair color last so long? 
Curly Girl Method. You can read about it here and view my very own transformation here.

2. How do you not fry your hair?
I wrote up a guide on how to bleach your hair safely. If you think I am regularly changing up my hair color, then I must bring to your attention that I own a handful of wigs. :)

3. What conditioners/products do you use?
Lately I've been using Aussie conditioner & deep conditioner.  No other products.

4. How many colors have you been?
All.  You can view my most recent colors via the tags below. See some hair journeys up on the blog: Purple, Red & Teal

5. What dyes have you used? Here's a list of pictures here: Hair Adventures.   Tags: Loreal Hicolor (hilift) Red & Magenta, RAW- Ruby Red, SFX Pimpin Purple , Manic Panic Ultra Violet , RAW Deep Purple, Manic Panic Voodoo Blue, Manic Panic Rockabilly Blue, Punky Atlantic Blue, SFX Blue Velvet, Ion Brights Red, Ion Brights Teal & Punky Alpine Green  

6. What eyeshadow do you wear? BH Cosmetics


CRAFTS

I have been crocheting since 2008.  There's a bunch of my old work & patterns on this blog.  Most of hats fit a head circumference of 22". Since I don't have time to redo all of my old patterns, make sure you try it on and make adjustments as you go. I don't provide support for the slipper pattern. You must try on the piece and see what feels comfortable to you. 

All of my freebies are listed here and those are for personal use only. You may not sell creations online using my patterns. I am selling patterns in
Silent Daisy as well. If you're looking for octopus, squids or Squittle patterns:here, herehere :)


PHOTOGRAPHY

I have been taking pictures for many years (disposable film or point & shoot). I got my first DSLR back in 2010 and started up a photography business back in 2012. Currently I'm using the Canon 7D

I have used these lenses:
18-135mm, 50mm 2.5, 50mm 1.8, 10-22mm, 85mm 1.8, 50mm 1.4 & 18-55mm


My favorite lenses for portraits are the 50mm 1.4 and 84mm 1.8.  The compact macro (50mm 2.5)  is great for nature and insects.  My ultra wide angle (10-22mm) is perfect for fun everyday shots, landscape and beach trips.



Questions?
candypow.crissy [at!] gmail.com