I know I promised it months ago, but guys, I finally made a hair tutorial on my curling technique! Of course, because it’s me, I have to give a few disclaimers first:
1) I have no idea how to combine these two clips. Sorry you have to click play twice.
2) The first one is a little long. But we’re all iced in, anyway, right? What else do you have to do for the next 7 minutes?
3) The curls in my second video are really not a great representation – they’re kinda loose and sloppy, especially in the back. But, don’t blame the technique; it’s my fault for doing a hurried job this morning (I was late to work), but being too impatient to get this tutorial up to wait until the next time I was iced in to remake the second part of this video. Here’s a picture of what they normally look like:
(Also, Nashville, I miss you!)
With those caveats in mind, may I present to you, the Pinterest no-heat curl thing by Sarah Beth!
Part 1: The Wrapping
And because I did promise you a picture after I’d slept on it. These photos are not retouched in any way – y’all, it does not move! And Part 2: The Unwrapping
And that’s all there is to it! What do you think? Something you would try? Do it, and send me your pictures! Can’t wait to see them!
Hey guys, I have a surprise for you…I made a video today!
I hear so often that people don’t know how to wear scarves, so I thought I would do a lesson. I taught college history for a while – this is almost the exact same thing.
(Warning: This video may cause vertigo. Sorry it’s a little disorienting – it was my first attempt at a video of any type. I’ll try it on my actual camera next time and probably get a better picture that doesn’t blur every time I move my hands, but I was too lazy to do it all over again now. Also, it’s a little long. Also, also, this is a ridiculous face that the video chose for a thumbnail, but I don’t know how to change it. If you do, please tell me.)
As I mentioned in the video, the scarf below works well for the bow because it is just so long. I tend to wear white for a little while after Labor Day, provided the weather is still warm and the rest of the outfit is anchored with more season-appropriate pieces. The heavy scarf and boots did just that.