Sewn: Colette Patterns Sorbetto Tank Top You might remember this top from the necklace DIY post I did recently, and I'm proud to say that I made it myself! I used the ever popular (and free!!) Sorbetto Tank Top pattern by Colette Patterns. With it's clean and simple design, this top was a great first garment to make. D.I.Y. Curls // How To Rag Roll Your Hair - A Beautiful Mess - StumbleUpon I love the look of naturally curly hair! My sweet friend, Katie, told me about rag rolling. It's a quick and simple way to get natural looking curls without using a curling iron! I asked her to share her method here on A Beautiful Mess because I knew you'd be itching to learn like I was! Enjoy...
Rosewater Treatment for Healthy Hair and Scalp Posted by FARAH on 19 Nov 2011 / 86 Comments Hey Guys! This video is long over-due Sowwie! Hair Bow DIY Do I have a fun and girly hair tutorial for you! I've seen a few hair bow tutorials online, but they just didn't seem to work for me. My hair is pretty thin and the tutorials that I tried created this tini tiny bow on my head... So I created a new version that's suitable for all hair types!
See Creatures & The Perfect Mermaid Curls - StumbleUpon Although “perfect” is a relative term, this method for curling hair is pretty much perfect by my standards, mostly because it isn’t fussy. While I’m a sucker for both ringlets and Californian waves, I like my own curls somewhere in between: relaxed but bouncy. Mermaid-like. Supplies: 1″ curling iron, brush, and hair sprayTime: 45 minutes (for thick hair) All of the magic happens with Revlon’s “Helen of Troy” ceramic 1″ curling iron. For those who have long, thick hair like me, you might find that larger curling barrels produce the most pathetic excuse for “waves” that fall out within the hour, regardless of the amount of hair spray. I’ve found that the 1″ barrel creates tight waves that look good for at least 5-6 hours (though they do relax over time).
Hair Bun DIY High hair buns have been in style for a while now, unfortunately my hair is very thin and I just don't have enough thickness in my hair to create a proper bun. Until I was shopping at Primark and found this 'bun donut' (see image 4, below). It is just a genius way to make the perfect bun, even for my thin hair! Here's the tutorial: Homemade Hair Treatments - At-Home Hair Repair at WomansDay.com - StumbleUpon Eggs, yogurt and honey are, at first glance, all components of a tasty breakfast—but they also happen to be hair treatment ingredients, and affordable, all-natural ones at that. And they're not the only ones. Did you know, for instance, that the oils in avocados more closely resemble our own skin's oils than any product in the beauty aisle does? Or that the mild acidity in lemon is an effective—and gentler—alternative to chemical-laden products? Next time your locks need a lift, save money by using one of these kitchen fixes. For All Hair Types
In A Hairry: The Date (60s Hair Headband) In this second episode of “In a Hairry”, I do my hair for a very special night in. Watch the video to not only see who this mystery date is, but also to see if I can complete my “60s Hair Headband” in time! Hairdresser on Fire – In A Hairry – The Date from Joe Varca on Vimeo .
...love Maegan: Messy Rope Braids and Low Bun Hair Tutorial... - StumbleUpon These little rope braids are a fun way to add a little style with your own hair, creating a sort-of headband of sorts. Your hair doesn’t need to be extremely long, but you do need some length to cover the top of your head with. If you have layers, you could instead create a tiny French Braid where the hair is shorter and closer to your head, if that makes sense. But it’s a fun and cute braided hair style that’s just a little different. I originally wore this style last Summer with two slightly larger braids