Long time no see, I hope you are all well :). I am currently travelling around Asia, more specifically Malaysia and Thailand and will be posting snippets of my journey. Here is my day at the Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
I would LOVE to hear in the comments section how you are doing, and also to know if there is any of my old followers still following this blog.
But for now enjoy, and speak soon :)
These are the nails I have been sporting over the festive period! Hope you all had a great Christmas and I wish you a prosperous and happy new year ♥
Hope all is well, just uploaded a new video - and you might notice something has changed ... I've gone RED!! This is only temporary as I want to dye my hair black, and as it was blonde needed to deposit a red colour first or else my hair would have turned green! Hair colouring is pretty complex .... anyway I should stop blabbering.
Look out for my hair colouring tutorial that I will be uploading in the next few weeks ... In the meantime enjoy the video and let me know what you think of my new look :-)
Here are a few pictures of the hairstyle I wore today, a curly twist out on natural hair. To see a step by step video on how I achieved these curls, hit the Youtube video below.
- Baby Butter Creme as a leave in
- Lottabody to set the twists (2 parts water, 1 part Lottabody)
- Crisco to seal
If you are in a rush and your hair is not cooperating, natural hair puffs may just be the option for you. Whether you start on freshly washed hair or stretched hair the results will leave you looking glam all day long. As my hair is 4a/4b I tend to create my puffs on stretched hair as this drastically reduces the amount of single strand knots that I get, the question is which do you prefer? Tip: If you mane is relaxed, simply Spritz Lottabody on damp hair, set on perm rods and leave to air dry, this will give your hair enough body and texture to create a puff.Tweet
For a few months I’ve been working on creating a skincare range, yesterday was the long awaited debut and it was at a local farmers market. Despite being very cold I had an absolutely amazing time. There was a lot of interest in my products and I made some great sales. I am still working on the overall look of my products so I may end up re-designg them... some feeback on how you think they look would be greatly appreciated.
I’m currently working on a website so hopefully next year I will be selling online if everything goes according to plan, for now I’m happy selling locally at farmers market and craft fairs. If anyone does want to buy/know prices before the website launch feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are a few pictures, excuse the cheesiness I was just ecstatic to be finally selling my products