A how-to of this project would be great, it looks really nice. :)
OMGosh! I totally love pepparkakor (sp?) my family make them every year around Christmas time. I remember dressing up in white with a candle-wreath (electric) on my head to wake-up my dad with these biscuits and a cup of tea on st lucia's day.
Our recipe doesn't have orange in it, but am def going to try that. :D
for a how-to i'd recommend you look at the original one by "tata et moi" that this project is based on. Is very helpful to have a much-trusted friend to help.
I used 'directions' hair colour by 'la riche'.
i used the following 5 colours, but you can use less and do more mixing.
poppy red, bright daffodil, lagoon blue, violet and flamingo pink. then i mixed the green and orange.
They're good and worth getting if you are likely to dye ur hair on other occasions or dying ur full hair, as the tubs go quite far. and you can mix colours!
I have tried that before, but not noticed any effects. This treatment didn't seem to damage my hair much, and didn't smell.
Lemon juice does sound more natural tho. :D
Please please make a how-to! these are stunning!