This week feels like it’s flown by…and when did it become February?!? I’m still struggling to remember it’s 2014 when I write the date and now we’re already into the second month. Crazy. To kick off the weekend, check out my favourite finds from the web this week. - – - DIY Hairdo I’d Love to Try: I love this look with a braid down the side, a messy bun at the back and face framing pieces. If I try to... Read more »
SF Giants Black Conductor Hat WOMENS SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS BLACK CONDUCTOR HAT. Super cute BEDAZZLED Conductor Hat that I'm looking to sell. Looks great with your hair down, in a braid, bun, ponytail, you name it even bad hair days. This hat is a one size fits all with a velcro strap in the back to make adjustments. QUESTIONS? feel free to ask. I want to sell this one so make an offer. Accessories Hats
Here's a pin of me with a sock bun! An easy to do hairstyle. I recently cut my hair to a little longer than shoulder length, so I shape a pair of nylon stockings into a donut, and use that because it adds volume. I used black nylons because my hair is dark brown. I added a flower and a floral headband to give it more of a "fun" feel. I also did an upside down braid kn the back.
18 Easy Hairstyles for Spring Break
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A loose and subtle braid that climbs up the back of your head makes a standard bun more appropriate for a day at the office or an evening out with friends. This simple trick is perfect for disguising a bad hair day and it’ll get you props at the office for your style know-how.
Learn how to make this easy and quick braided low bun! What you will need: Bobby pins and a hair elastic (clear or black). How to make: 1. Take all your hair and tie a three strand braid at the back. Then tie the ends with the hair elastic. 2. Fan out your braid (you don't need to if you have thick hair) 4. Fold the braid up and fold the ends in. 5.Bobby pin down the sides and top, making sure that you feel its tight. 6.If you want to you can spray some hairspray just to keep it in place…
A few years ago, my hair was long. As in, down to my back bra strap, long enough for any fancy braid you’d care to make a youtube tutorial for. And for whatever reason – probably just because I was restless and needed a change – I cut it all off. I feel like it wasn’t wasted, at least – since it wasn’t chemically processed, I had a pretty decent-sized ponytail to ship over to...
Swiss milk maid. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0ej1nRfcak Centre parting and add styling product to roots. Curl bottoms. Do 2 plaits pulling back and down. Wrap the first braid over your head and secure with hair pin. Wrap 2nd plait over and tuck end under first plait and secure with a hair pin. Insert pins throughout plaits until they feel secure. If you want, thread ribbon or fabric through with pencil or something pointy!