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455 38K+ 1334 tumblr 2 I know it sounds pretty strange, because hair-growing is pretty much a built-in function for most humans. But what I really meant was that if you ever made the decision to go Claire Danes/Michelle Williams/post-Harry Potter Emma Watson, and you’re thinking of growing it out again, here’s an illustrated guide that will make the transition less like an awkward year book photo that goes on FOREVER. Also, I’m against hipster beanies (unless they have pandas on them but those folks will never truly get pandas), so this is *really* a selfish hair tip. Image found via: Pinterest Once again, image has no home. If you know of it’s origins, there is a reward of 5 dozen Krusty Krab burgers.
Chalk isn’t just for sidewalk art anymore. Temporarily coloring hair with the stuff is all the rage in the online hair community. What you’ll need: non-oil based pastels. water bottle plastic gloves towel straightener/curling iron Step 1: wet the hair first so the color will attach to it. ( note: if you’re blonde, do not wet your hair before chalking, unless you want a longer lasting effect. ) Step 2: apply the chalk to the strand of hair in a downward motion while twisting the hair.
Lindi took these photos of her newly discovered pretty hairstyle, and I immediately said, 'We have to put this on the blog!' So, here's Lindi, explaining how to do this sweet and easy hairstyle yourself. I have been looking for an alternative to the ponytail for a while. When it comes to managing dirty hair on those mornings I don't want to immediately hop into the shower, I still want to look presentable if someone stops by. This style is really easy and works best with slightly texturized hair.