Showing posts with label hair. Show all posts
Showing posts with label hair. Show all posts

Friday, February 26, 2016

fashion friday- winter school clothes

I loved wearing this outfit! I felt so cute, and it was all random clothes I wouldn't normally pair together. I've been trying to wear more skirts casually, so that is where this pencil skirt came in. I debated about what top to wear, and finally settled on this loose light grey shirt with a jacket. And it was cold so I wore tights and boots:-)

Q: Whats your favorite way to mix up the clothes you already own?

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Friday, October 30, 2015

fashion friday- pumpkin clothes!



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Friday, January 2, 2015

Week Five- Ballerina Inspired Updo

Week five is here! For those of you who are new to the blog, welcome! Click here for more information about the series. Today, I will show you a hairstyle you could use for class or a fun night out! 

    Start with tangle-free hair. My lovely model has very straight hair, but this hairstyle works for all different types. Part your hair in a flattering place for you.

    Take about 2in. by 1in. of hair {this doesn't need to be exact)} and begin to braid. Once you have reached the end of the hair, do not use a rubber hairband {unless you are doing it on yourself}. You can have your client work those arm muscles :-) 

 Repeat the same process on the other side. 

Your head should now look like this-

While keeping the braids in front, gather the rest of the hair into a ponytail and secure it with a hairband.

Now take the braids, and cris-cross them above the ponytail. Take a second hairband and rap it around. 

Pull the hair slightly away from the head, and make a hole in the hair. Twist the hair upwards, and through the hole. 

Repeate this 2-3 times depending on the length of your hair. On the last twist, tuck the ends in and put in bobby pins {or hair pins} to keep in in place. 
And villa! 

{she's so cute}

Ballerinas- to wear for class, just follow until the braids are secured with a ponytail holder. Then make your bun as usual :-)

Questions? Comment below! Also, I want to see pictures of your results! :-) 

Monday, November 24, 2014

Week three

~This weeks topic: How to do a French Twist~

Materails Needed: Lots of bobby pins, hair pins (optional), water, and a hair brush

STEP 1: Brush hair until all tangles are out. If your hair is supper straight or freshly washed, spray some water and/or hairspray

STEP 2: Gather hair into a low pony tail at the nape of your neck. If you want a higher twist, gather hair a little further up on you head.

STEP 3: Pulling straight down, twist hair into a strand of twisted hair

STEP 4: Take hair and pull it straight up on your head. You could have to go over this a few times.
STEP 5: Tuck in the ends, and use bobby pins and hair pins to get hair into place. You want to make sure it is secure!!
  A few good videos-

And there you have it!

Question: How do you usually wear your hair for ballet class? What topics are you looking forward to

Sunday, October 20, 2013

How to Make a Ballet Bun

Dear Jayna,

So remember the bun conversation?

Step 1)
First you brush our all of you hair, and spray it lightly with water or a dab of hair spray. Brush this in with your hair: it just helps keep all the little frizzes down.

Step 2)
Brush your hair into a pony tail. This could be any where from low to high depending on where you want the bun, but remember that the hair will spread out 1-2 inches around the pony tail, depending on how long your hair is.

Step 3)
Pull the hair straight away from your head, and twist it

Step 4)
Take the hair and twist it all around in a circle: I always bobby pin as I go

Step 5)
(Optional) Take a hair net and plop it over the bun once, twist the rest around the bun and tuck it in with a bobby pin.

Step 6)
Spray a few puffs of hair spray, and you are ready to go!

P.S. If you would like to make a cimmion roll bun, separate the pony tail in half. Twist and bobby pin down each of the two pieces individually.
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