Let’s be honest, sometimes the simplest ideas are the most inspiring, like this creative bobby pin placement paired with a side-bun. the V shapes remind me of birds in flight, lending a whimsical edge to the classic shape of an offset twist.
I saw this image on Pintrest and thought it was wow.
It will be a simple #DIY hair style to pull off!
Styles that are heavily weighed on the side can appear unbalanced, but the constrasting colour and interesting shape of this pin placement equalize the emphasis created by the dynamic knot.
Apply protective thickening lotion roots to ends and add defrizz serum to tips.
Pull hair back from the face and secure into a low ponytail. Wrap ends up and around, creating a loose, twisted bun. Secure with bobby pins.
Using a contrasting colour of bobby pins to make a row of chevrons. Black pins are a good choice for blondes; silver would be better for darker hair colours. Slide one pin in on a diagonal, then a second pin throigh the first the create a stabe v shape. Repeat uptil the desired pattern is created.
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its that time of year again for salt, sand, sea, wind and lots of sun… here are 3 of my favourite DIY cheap hair treatments, or more of a deep conditioner to give your hair a little bit of love when you’ve abused it a bit too much at the beach.
3 teaspoons of Coconut oil
mash the banana until it reaches “pudding” like consistency. Sir in the oil – you can use as little or as much as you want, I generally use +/- 3 teaspoons and apply mixture to the ends of your hair for 30 minutes. Rinse out.
3 teaspoons of mayonaise
mash the avacado until it reaches “pudding” consitency. Mix in two tablespoons of mayonaise. Apply to the last 3/4 end of your hair for 30 minutes. Rinse out.
1 egg yolk
1/4 cup plain yoghurt
1 tea spoon olive oil
Whisk the egg until smooth. Mix in yoghurt and olive oil. Apply to end tips of hair for 30 minutes. Rinse out.
let me know if you have any of your own hair conditioner receipes or if you’ve had any disasters? i’ve heard a couple of horror stories however the above 3 ones haven’t harmed me or my hair.
…Aaaah, it’s now Saturday afternoon.
I guess you nail art addicts can’t get enough of the Previous WATER MARBLE NAIL ART POST hey? So I decided to give you a 2nd post on it with different tutorials and pics!
Have you tried it? It’s a messy job isn’t it? But if you have perfected it (ok, I doubt anyone can perfect a messy method) it can be quite gratifying to know you achieved something which needed so much time and effort!
So here is a STEP BY STEP from NAIL ART 101. COM
Thanks to them, the theory looks pretty simple.
Here are some pictures on what WATER MARBLE NAIL ART can look like..
And now for the YouTube Tutorials…
Water marble art YouTube
Water Marble Nail Art by Pinkaddictive.
Water Marble Rainbow Nails
Have fun doing some messy nail art this weekend ladies!
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