Easter Sunday was lovely, the weather was nice (cloudy in the morning but warm) the food was wonderful (brisket makes this Texan happy), and I got to see my big brother, sister-in-law, and beautiful nephew! It was a great day and if I say so myself I managed a great outfit, but I’ll let you guys be the judge of that.
Obviously my photographer (little sister) makes me laugh.
Flower hair clip: Claires I think?
Earrings and Necklace: Gift from my mom for my 20th birthday (almost cried when I got them)
Dress: Target isn’t that place amazing?
Bracelet:Gift so I’m not sure where it’s from.
Ring: Bought it at a pow wow.
Shoes: Payless. I almost never wear them though, the don’t stay slung back 😦 oh well
I hope you all enjoyed this post and that you all had a wonderful Easter. Did any of you dress up for it? Get a visit from the Easter bunny? Or anything else fun you care to share? I love hearing from you guys. Happy Friday!
As someone who adores all things retro, I have recently been trying more vintage ways to style my hair, a week or so ago I tried pin curls and here is how I did them.
1. I started with clean hair (I didn’t have any product so my curls fell at the end of the day, next time I will use some gel or something).
This is what my hair looks like without any styling kinda boring.
2. I parted my hair, and put half in a ponytail holder to keep it out-of-the-way, then I rolled my hair all the way to my scalp, then pinned it with bobby pins.
What it looked like after all my hair was pinned up…ignore my silly face!
3. Then I went to sleep…pretty easy step huh? I found that pin curls are a good deal more comfortable to sleep in than sponge rollers or rag curls. However the pin curls are a good deal looser than what I have achieved with the rag curls or sponge rollers.
I must say I quite like the romantic look of these curls, next time I will use some product and let you guys know if the curls stay any better. Hope everyone has a great weekend and New Years!