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Ribbon Hairstyles for The Signs….

cinnamoneneko:

{I know some styles might look similar but I’m more presenting the type of ribbon than the hairstyle. Like to me, 90% of the ribbon type was important while 10% of the hair style was important. This happened because the placement of the ribbons are limited}

Pisces~

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Aries~

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Taurus~

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Gemini~

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Cancer~

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Leo~

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Virgo~

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Libra~

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Scorpio~

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Sagittarius~

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Capricorn~

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Aquarius~

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  • Aries: has no chill
  • Taurus: has too much chill
  • Gemini: needs to shut the fuck up
  • Cancer: won't stop crying
  • Leo: keeps checking the mirror
  • Virgo: talks while you listen to your fave song ????
  • Libra: wears too much makeup
  • Scorpio: has a boner
  • Sagittarius: probably snorts paprika for fun
  • Capricorn: cleans too much or not enough
  • Aquarius: ditches babies
  • Pisces: needs rehab
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caprules:

Ultimate Capricorn Book List (by my followers):
Jules Verne ”Journey to the Center of the Earth”
Amy Reed ”Beautiul”
Ken Follet ”Dangerous Fortune”
Henry David Thoreau ”Walden Pond”
Milan Kundera ”The Unbearable Lightness of Being”
Malcolm Gladwell ”The Tipping Point”
Iain King ”How to Make Good Decisions and Be Right All the Time: Solving the Riddle of Right and Wrong”
Jerome David Sallinger ”The Catcher in the Rye”
Theodore Dreiser ”An American Tragedy”
Sam Hayes ”Blood Ties”
Fydor Dostoyevsky ”The Brothers Karamazov”
Paul Auster ”New-York Trilogy”
Graham Green ”The Quiet American”
Ersine Childers ”The Riddle of the Sands”
Honore de Balzac ”The Black Sheep”
Louisa May Alcott ”Little Women”
Pierre Choderlos de Laclos ”Dangerous Liasons”
Samuel Richardson ”Clarissa”
Martin Amis ”Money”
Suzanne Collins ”The Hunger Games”

caprules:

Ultimate Capricorn Book List (by my followers):

  1. Jules Verne ”Journey to the Center of the Earth”
  2. Amy Reed ”Beautiul”
  3. Ken Follet ”Dangerous Fortune”
  4. Henry David Thoreau ”Walden Pond”
  5. Milan Kundera ”The Unbearable Lightness of Being”
  6. Malcolm Gladwell ”The Tipping Point”
  7. Iain King ”How to Make Good Decisions and Be Right All the Time: Solving the Riddle of Right and Wrong”
  8. Jerome David Sallinger ”The Catcher in the Rye”
  9. Theodore Dreiser ”An American Tragedy”
  10. Sam Hayes ”Blood Ties”
  11. Fydor Dostoyevsky ”The Brothers Karamazov”
  12. Paul Auster ”New-York Trilogy”
  13. Graham Green ”The Quiet American”
  14. Ersine Childers ”The Riddle of the Sands”
  15. Honore de Balzac ”The Black Sheep”
  16. Louisa May Alcott ”Little Women”
  17. Pierre Choderlos de Laclos ”Dangerous Liasons”
  18. Samuel Richardson ”Clarissa”
  19. Martin Amis ”Money”
  20. Suzanne Collins ”The Hunger Games”