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Posted:I've been doing amateur fire poi and fans for years and have my first professional gig on New Year's Eve and want to make a good impression. The theme is circus and I have no idea what to wear and what to do with my hair and need help! Normally when I spin it's just at parties and I'm just in jeans and cotton tops and tie my hair up any old how but I need to look knockout so that's not going to cut it.
My only idea so far is to put my long hair in two high tight buns, do leopard print face and body paint and make a leopard print two-piece out of some fabric I have lying around which I think is a cotton Lycra mix (I'll try setting fire to a bit of it first to make sure it doesn't explode) The only problem with this is I'm also pole dancing that night and body paint might make me slippy and I'd like my hair loose for that so any other ideas would be much appreciated!
The Poi Spinning Undead Location: Austin, Texas, United States, ...
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Posted:I found this website:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/3rdEarthFireproof?section_id=7655638 br> They have clothing made from Kevlar and Nomex. Apparently, she will also do custom work so I'd just email her and she what she can do for you. I've never bought anything from her so I can't really say whether or not her stuff is any good. It's very expensive.
Its been awhile sorry for being gone for like 8 months. but this year i have been extremly busy and now i finally got time for gaming agian.. for the rest of the year atleast. its Vicodin. lol remember me minty? how you been? do i have to re apply and ect? let me know man thanks.. good to be back on the site. i missed you guys! __________________________________ Cheap WOW Gold