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  1. Very beautiful. How much, may I ask? From where? I might have to get me one, or design me one, or something!

    15 Answers · Beauty & Style · 08/09/2006

  2. well the three swirls would more than likely be representative of the holy trinity, as that was one of the symbols the church used to attract druids and celts to it.

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 26/05/2007

  3. To make a swirl you twist your shirt from where ever you want to start the swirl and bunch up your shirt in a big swirly thing and tie dye!

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 06/04/2012

  4. For the typical tie dye swirl this is what you do: 1.) find a white shirt/tank top/etc to...floor. Pinch a spot on the shirt where you want your swirl to begin, and twist it. Keep twisting until the shirt...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 25/07/2012

  5. I like Peppermint Swirls.I think that the boutique will be fun and creative so that name is great! You could also try Rainbow Drops or Sweet Lollipopz :) Best of luck with everything!

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 05/06/2010

  6. It would probably work, making swirls. But it wouldn't turn the black white, whenever I've gotten bleach on black clothing it turns it a reddish color.

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 14/03/2009

  7. They're called swirls. I don't see many people with gauges in general. If you think you can pull them off, then go for it! But if your not confident, you won't look right.

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 03/11/2012

  8. Food: either a chocolate and white swirled cake or chocolate cupcakes with white frosting (or vise versa.) Or...

    10 Answers · Beauty & Style · 16/10/2008

  9. Very nice. The swirls look like a Celtic pattern. I would say that it is 60's/70's era.

    4 Answers · Beauty & Style · 23/11/2007

  10. i lovee swirls on my t-shirts :D i hate the logo super big on the front... sometimes...

    9 Answers · Beauty & Style · 24/08/2008

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