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Fun Summer Hair in Minutes.

Fun Summer Hair in Minutes.
Happy Friday ladies! I just love this time of year- summer is just around the corner! Naturally, as weather changes so does my hairstyle. However, I am feeling like I need something new. My usual summer top knot, braids, or loose pony tail is just getting a bit…well, boring. So, this week while I was in the shower (the place where I have most of my revelations) I came up with a fast and easy hair style that can be dressed up for a weekend date-night or dressed down for a day at the beach. I also chose to wear a vintage inspired blue shirt with red tiny polk-a-dots that I thought would look great with this hair style. Let me know what you think about this hair creation! Did you catch that? So how about a short little video tutorial on how to achieve this look. Go here to watch it. Tips that make this hair style even better? -Day old hair is best (not washed) - Add more bobby pins at the end to make sure it is secure -Hairspray helps it stay in place or visit me at www.trulymodlydeeply.com xo Related:  Hair and beauty

www.womenfashion Spring time is a time for wearing pastel colors, and this is true both for outfits and makeup. Today, we would like to show you several Wonderful Pastel Makeup Tutorials that you should find as an inspiration for your next spring makeup idea. Pastel colors can be worn during the day, but also they are perfect for a night out. Also, the good thing about pastel shades is that they work with every eye color and skin tone, so you should all give it a try and wear this type of makeup. Women usually think that if they apply lighter shades, they will look ill. Multi-Colored Pastel Makeup Idea Mint Makeup Tutorial Violet and Orange Pastel Makeup Look Violet and Orange Eye Makeup Idea Beautiful Pastel Makeup Idea Wonderful Pastel Makeup Idea For Blue Eyes The most common pastel colors are robin’-egg blue, cotton candy pink, mint green, orange and lilac. Baby Blue Eye Shadow With Brown Eyeliner Pink And Violet Makeup Tutorial Super Easy Orange Eye Makeup Idea Wonderful Step-By-Step Pastel Makeup Tutorial

How to color hair with chalk in 6 easy steps - The Model Stage Blog If you’re sick of your hair colour, but you are too fickle to commit to a new colour or you just want to try something fun without the use of hair dyes or hair extensions, then hair chalking is for you. It’s a great way to add some fun and colour into your life, without paying the price of permanent. What you’ll need: Soft chalk pastelsSpray bottle filled with waterLight to medium hair Technique Colours. Things to remember You chalk colouring will most probably rub a little on whatever clothing you are wearing, so if you have left it out and long, remember this little fun fact before you decide to put on your favourite white silk blouse.

ten-ways-to-dress-up-ponytail Sometimes I'm just not in the mood to spend a lot of time on my hair. But at the same time, I don't want to look like a homeless hairdresser when I go to work, so I try to make my ponytails as fancy as possible. Here are ten easy ways I like to dress up my ponytail: 1. -Put your hair in a ponytail like you normally would. 2. -Put your hair in a ponytail like you normally would. 3. 5. 6. -Flat iron your hair and apply smoothing serum for a more polished look. -Part your hair to one side. 7. -Part your hair to one side. 8. 9. Recommended Products:

Hairstyle tutorial – French fishtail braid chignon A new hairstyle tutorial for you, with an interesting twist on the fishtail braid. Sometimes referred to as a seashell braid, this curving fishtail does have a shell-like quality and it’s a beautiful upstyle for day or night. You can learn the basic fishtail braid technique here and see below for the step-by-step tutorial for this braided upstyle. Hairstyle tutorial – French fishtail braid chignon How to get the look Step 1 - Brush your hair back to remove any knots. Step 2 - Make a short part on the right side and take a section of hair to begin your braid. Step 3 - Make a French fishtail braid from the top right to the bottom left of your hair. Tip: For fishtail braids, I find it helpful to think of them as two ponytails. Step 4 - When your braid reached behind your left ear, start to curve it around and braid along your lower hairline. Tip: Use a small clear elastic as it won’t show when you create the chignon. Step 5 - Twist the braid up and around into a spiral bun. Style tips

The Freckled Fox : Hair Tutorial: The Bouffant Bun Here we are and its Tuesday!! Not only that, but its the second-to-last day of the month, and then its August! Okay what's with all the exclamation points.. Anyways, I have another hair tutorial for you today, and this is one that I've been doing a lot lately! I've worn it out on hot dates and just to run errands with my hoard of children, and no matter where I go people compliment me:) So! Usually I don't stick to just one type of hairstyle for weeks in a row, but one type I've stuck to this summer has been buns! What I love most about this style as I said before is that its effortless enough to wear to a ball game and then on the other hand its so chic and elegant! Step 1: start with slightly dirty hair for grip:) put a finger by your ear and draw a straight vertical line from one ear to the other, sectioning off the front and cliping it up for later. Step 3: pulling the front of your hair down, split it in half, then split both halves in half so you're left with four quarters.

How to Grow Your Hair - hiphopsideproject When I was little, maybe 5 years old, my mum took me to the hair dressers and told them to give me what can only be described as a boy haircut. I’ve been scarred ever since. So I’ve been trying to grow my hair long for years now, I usually wuss out and end up getting a big chunk chopped off (never to the extent of the boy haircut that was surreptitiously thrust upon me!). This time I’m determined to have shiny mermaid length hair!! Over the past 6 or so months I think I’ve added about 5-6inches of hair, and that’s with a few trims in between. For me that’s a good growth rate, I reckon it was about 3inches every 6 months before! Use a good shampoo/conditioner to keep your hair in tip-top condition. How you wash your hair is also important. Use shampoo on the roots only and give yourself a root massage as you apply it to stimulate hair follicles, washing it out through the rest of your hair will clean that part without drying the ends. Lay off the heat styling.

AWESOME SHINE & GORGEOUS HAIR MASK Masks, Remedies, Ect... 2 www.howdoesshe It’s date night. Kiddies are home with the sitter and you are all dressed up with your man at dinner. He leans in for a smooch on the lips, then quickly jerks away with surprise and horror in his face. The offender? Your sandpaper-crackly lips. Nothing says “Kiss me” more than dry crackling lizard lips! I don’t know about you, but during this time of the year my lips have the most difficult time staying soft. No joke. But it got even worse! Don’t hide your eyes with what I am about to reveal to you… this is real. Yes, these are how horrible my lips were getting. The solution? So here is an at home remedy to exfoliate and condition your smackers with ingredients you have around the house. Grab some coconut oil, brown sugar, and honey. Combine 1 tsp. of each. I added a little almond extract just because the smell makes me happy. Mix them until you get a paste-like substance. Note: I found these little bead containers work perfect for keeping my scrub in the fridge. And what did I use? xo

How To: The Princess Roll Hairstyle Editor Lorelei’s fairytale-esque hairstyle is ridiculously easy to do. Last week we posted this pretty picture of Lorelei’s expertly crafted princess roll to our Instagram and heard from reader after reader that you wanted to learn how to create this look at home. Luckily, it’s a hairstyle that’s easy as pie. Lorelei gave us the super simple step-by-step tutorial on how to score this royally elegant ‘do. 1. 2. 3. 4. Try it at home and tell us what you think! —Candice Discover Your Next Everything for $10/month. For a video tutorial on a similar style, check out Katia’s Ideal Holiday Updo for Long Hair.

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