As indicated by the title of this post, I tend to lack any sort of motivation when it comes to styling my own hair. Don’t get me wrong, I will definitely spend time on improving the health of my hair with deep conditioners, but as far as styled hair I tend to stick to three insanely easy styles that require the minimum amount of effort.
These include either a ponytail, loose bun/top knot, every once in a while a braid or I just simply leave it down…like I said, not a lot of effort. This suits me just fine all year with the exception of the holiday season. I, like most others, tend to get sucked into the sparkly glamour that seems to define the holiday season and I feel the need to do something a more with my hair, but I just do not have the skill, knowledge, patience or motivation to go all out. So I decided to stick with what I already know but just add a bit of sparkle. I figured that this would be a great time to make use of some of the barrettes I ordered from France Luxe and have never used. Read more
One of the many disadvantages of dating a hairstylist is that you tend to become a lab rat for new hair products, techniques and other miscellaneous hair stuff. Imagine the absolute horror of experiencing a cream bath for my hair (scalp, neck and shoulder massage included)…oh the torture! Or having to sit there and get a professional blow out so that said boyfriend can try out his brand spanking new blowdryer, so rough. Okay you get the point, dating a hairstylist definitely has its perks. One of which is learning about…and borrowing a few insider tricks and tips. The latest tip I borrowed was the usage of a pair of absolutely adorbale No-Crease Bow Clips from Ricky’s NYC. Read more