Fiber Optic Planthopper by Ken-ichi Ueda Via Flickr: Apparently planthoppers in the family Issidae have these insane tufts emerging from their backsides when they’re nymphs. How crazy is that.
Update:Andy Hamilton on BugGuide ID’d this as Danepteryx barbarae.
I took my mum to the hairdresser today and he’s a friend of mine and really supports me on my journey to long hair (he’s not the chopping kind!) so he suggested to just pamper my hair a bit cause i was there anyway. Of course, i agreed! He used KMS California’s MoistRepair products and left the mask on for about 40 minutes, then i just let my hair airdry. No blowdryer, no straightener, nothing and oh boy is it shiny and soft. For people with hair that needs moisture i can really reccomend these products, i’ll buy them soon,too. Sssshhhht , but this might replace Joico K-pak for me now that my hair isn’t THAT bad anymore.