Monthly Archives: November 2011
Date night is tonight so I needed some romantic hair! Taylor Swift was my inspiration today with her messy curly bun. Section the hair in front of your ears away from the back section of hair. Make a very messy low bun with the back section of your hair and pin securely into place. Now curl the ends of your front two sections of hair and loosely drape your bun with the curls. Make sure some hang lower than others to accentuate the messiness. This is a quick classy look great for the holidays!
Never be afraid to let your inner spunk show on the outside! Personality is 50% of your beauty. If you are outgoing, let your hair match your style with a new unique cut or doo! Your hair is the first thing people see, so make sure it represents you well. People will notice!
Thank you Jeri for the wonderful shirts that match my quirky self!
I was a huge Minnie mouse fan when I was younger. So today I used her as inspiration. I needed to keep my hair out of my face to clean house and workout, so this is perfect! Put your hair into two high ponytails, make sure they are evenly placed. Braid and bun each pony for Minnie ears! I add red bows when I am going to be with kids, they love it!
Wrap a small bit of teased extension hair in a small section of your own from the crown of your head. Pin in place and pull a section of hair from in front of the bump over the rat to better smooth it. Then curl your ends and bun a bit of it to cover your pins if your not good at hiding them.
While cleaning at the Wig Bank, I discovered a Barbie I styled for the “Red Dress” fundraiser. If you can corn-row a Barbie you can braid anything! Find a friend who lets you practice difficult styles, or you can borrow a doll that will! The bottom braid is a double strand rope braid wrapped around a pony-tail. Even as cosmetology students we had to practice on dolls with human hair before we were trusted with breathing clients. Practice will improve your abilities and confidence.
This is my first post in about a week because I have been campaigning! Split your hair like you would for two low pigtails. Braid your hair using a ribbon as the third piece of hair. Once finished drape both side by side across the top of your head. Pin in place as you go. Leave the ribbon long to wrap around the ends of the braids or leave hanging for different looks.
I have recently discovered I am a possible candidate for the 2012 Matrix Spread the Love Tour. I would like to thank Matrix for this opportunity. I know voting has not finished but I want Matrix to know I am thankful for even being considered. This is quite possibly the hardest thing I have ever worked for. I have reached out touched lives and actually made a difference! I am sure this is my calling, and I can’t wait to go out and spread a little of my own love back to my community.