My friends were having a birthday dinner and I wanted to try something new with my hair. The best place to find hair-piration is Pinterest. After scouring through several pictures I finally saw something I loved. It was a girl with thick twist in her hair. Once I figured out what I was looking at I went on Youtube and learned how to install the hair. The only problem was my hair is brown and I got only find black hair. In my opinion, it still looks good, but according to my dad it doesn't fit me.
After 9 packs of hair and 7 hours of braiding/twisting it was completed. A few of the things I learned after doing.
1. Use beeswax to keep my natural hair in place.
2. Use less hair
3. Twist the twist more
4. Lastly, shorter length.
Next time I will try to do box braids!
P.S. I've been gone for far too long. It is always hard for me to admit that I need to talk to someone to help me through my depression. At times I can overcome it, but sometimes it holds me back from doing the things I love, such as showing my blog love, painting and photography.
Smocked Off-The-Shoulder Crop Top - Hollister | Destroyed (more over a period of time) Skinny Jeans- Hollister | Bomber Jacker - Hollister | Scandals - Banana Republic
I really loved the pictures I used in the gif, but they were all out of focus. :(
I ended up having to retake all of the photos, but it wasn't a bad thing. Getting in front of the camera doesn't scare me as much as it did before. I am starting to see what my friends see when they look at me. Well, what they tell me they see, which is a beautiful person.
I've never been the type of person to wear a halter top. It always had to do with my self-confidence. Now that I am working on bettering myself I have no fucks to give anymore. Well I give a little bit of fucks. My style is evolving and I am becoming more experimental with it. This year I want to finally sign up to go and teach English in Japan. I have travelled to a few countries and it is always on my mind. The little things remind me of what I miss and it doesn't happen when I see an asian person. I am reminded of my time there when I see a train schedule (hyperdia), my yen coin necklace, and etc. It could also be that I am ALWAYS looking at my yen coin necklace. I really would love to go back.
I really love this print. Rompers are in my top 10 of most loved clothing items. The ruffles over your chest allow someone with small to possibly medium breast size to not wear a bra. Which is something I love to do. Oh my love for braless day knows no bounds. I like this romper, but if I lose some weight I think it will look much better on me. It looks good and I am going to keep it.