Homemade cone convert....thanks!


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Posted by aschenputtel on May 24, 2002 at 12:29:19:

In reply to: Homemade cone users....? posted by aschenputtel on May 23, 2002 at 13:03:22:

Well...last night I tried the method for rolling cones that Kenzi
posted. It worked great. No henna squeezing out into my hand, and I
didn't have to keep adjusting the 'pressure'. I also used my first
batch of FRESH henna...Man, what a difference! I hennaned my husbands
hand, his mom's hand, and my hand...all in one evening and it went so
fast thanks to the new stringy henna and fancy cone. So, I had a
great night of henna, with good results this morning (I'll try to
post some pictures tonight.)

I'm looking forward to reading the journal article from Sirius NYC.

Thanks!


: Hey....I have been trying to make my own cones from plastic sheets.
: The ones that I make work, but I was wondering if people could give
: some insight into it. I know everyone has their own way of doing
it,
: but....A few questions:
:
: 1) Do you start with a sqaure, rectangle, or triangle?
: 2) Does the point (hole) end up on one of the corners or on one of
: the sides?
: 3) If you use the corner, do you round it off?
: 4) What do you close the top with? Do you have to readjust this as
: the henna is used?
:
: Thanks!

 


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