Saturday, May 31, 2008

princess dye at lucky 7 salon



princess diana made from perm hair dye.

i made her at lucky 7 with the left over dye from my hair coloring. here's dye drying in a chair.



many thanks to shain, my stylist, for letting me use a stencil at the shop.

7 comments:

Cakespy said...

Mr. Cakespy gets his hair cut there!

...and I love this so much I want to shriek with Herbal Essences joy.

r4kk4 said...

AAAAAAAH!!!! who does his hair?! how awesome!!

hee heee!!! thank you! :D!

Another Limited Rebellion said...

Great image, and great to have the location connection!

Eat Well (was Teresa R) said...

Did you use regular w/c paper with this piece? Just curious. Very nicely done!

I'll be passing through Seattle in July, but won't be there long enough to get my hair dyed. :>

r4kk4 said...

thanks, skully! i was really happy when shain let me work with the left over dye!

no, teresa. i don't use watercolor paper for the most part because i'm being nonarchival with materials. that's just plain acid filled typing paper. it's easy to transport and holds a lot more media than people would think!

although, if i was selling the actual piece, i'd put it on archival paper.

Eat Well (was Teresa R) said...

That makes sense you wouldn't use expensive paper for the ephemeral art you're doing here. :)

r4kk4 said...

yeah, i save my good paper for things that need to last. ;D