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Where can I find materials for framing pressed flowers?

I've got them all dried out and want to frame them, I know I need acid free paper and botanical glue or some kind of non-deteriorating glue? I was wondering, other than a frame and silica gel, what I might need and where I can find it.


A good thermal styling product is always a mustThe steam that evaporates off your hair is actually the productIt creates a barrier between your hair and the heatIf you use good heat protecting products your hair will suffer minimal damageI use paul mitchell's hot off the press thermal protection sprayIt sells for about $20 dollars in a salonBut you can get good products for less.
my hair in constantly getting fried i use a chimy hair is horrible i haven't been able to find any products that help sorry :(
Most craft stores stock such things.
It's not bad for you, but it's bad for your hairEventually, it breaks your hair off and you get tons of split ends and frizz and just unhealthy hairThe brand of the straightener doesn't matter; they all kill your hair, although a Chi would take longer to do itThe heat protectant things do work, just put a very thin amount into the layers of your hair, brush it though, and flat iron.
It can be really bad for your hair depending on diff factorsIf your hair is very thick or dries out easily a straightener can be bad for itKeep your hair moisturized by using conditioning treatments and also if you are just sitting at home all day or something like that dont staighten itTry throwing some leave-in condiditor and putting it up in a loose bunAnd lastly use a heat protectant when you straighten your hairI know that Chi has a product but i think it smells funny and it is stickyI would advise trying a few different kinds and seeing what works best for youI hope that helps :)

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