I am really enjoying the new hair color, appropiate for the season since it is not as bright has my previous hair. It goes with a lot in my closet so that is a good thing. Did you ever realize when you dye your hair, you want to make sure it matches a lot of your clothes so you look right when you get dressed? When you get dressed your hair has to be on point as well, because your hair or makeup or whatever can ruin your look. Personally that is how i feel, got to have the right hair/hairstyle for the right outfit. So the outfit I have on I went casual kind of grunge-ish I guess. Either way my hair went well, the colors of the ensemble and the style of the outfit.
Plaid shirt Guess, T-shirt dress New York & Co, sneakers Target, purse Coach, necklace from friend
This is the last time I am wearing this dress it is getting too short, but it is very comfortable. If any of you live near a NY&Co outlet this dress is $9, I don’t know if it is cheaper now but that is the price I bought it at (super steal).
Oh and today is the first day of fall. I was at Starbucks and I told the girl I liked their plaid flannel shirts. She said they had to wear them since it is the start of Autumn. I actually took the idea and put it with my outfit.
I straighten my hair yesterday and I couldn’t believe how long it got! Now you can’t tell because my hair puffed up something terrible.
Hey everyone!!!! I rencently dyed my hair which was extremely random because I was not thinking about it at all until I woke up from a nap. As soon as I woke up I thought “I’m going to dye my hair blue since there is so much dye left!” Random right???? This post today is going to be how I did my hair and also how you can do it a better way, now I am not a professional but from what I know, learned and experienced I can give you an insight. I used the dye that I used for my extensions I wore months ago which was Manic Panic atomic turquoise and rockabilly blue.
Now as you can see, my hair was already blonde which I had dyed my hair with one of those “black” hair dyes in golden blonde. Yesterday when I dyed my hair the color went on great, with the turquoise in the front and blue in the back. Sadly the front looks green and that is because the dye has yellow undertones. You will have to use a toner to get that yellow out, to be honest you really should just bleach your hair then go from there instead of using box dye. Now what toner to use I am not sure, ask someone who works at a hair store and if you have dark hair go to a professional. I have seen dark haired girls dye their own hair but and have a success…if you want to take that risk you can. If my hair was lighter too my hair would of came out more vibrant like how my extensions looked. You would have to dye your hair platinum blonde to get that effect and that is what color my extensions came in. I hope I was able to help anyone who has been wanting to dye their hair but do not know which way to go : ).
The 70s is definitely one of my favorite decades, a lot of change and things that inspire me went on through those ten years. Women’s rights movement, sexual revolution, civil rights, the music, anti-war protest, hippie bohemian era and last but not least, the fashion. This season I am really feeling the 70s style clothes and the colors. I really like the florals, stripes, fur vest, bell sleeves, deep reds, plums, mustard yellows, chocolate browns, burnt oranges are just so pretty together. Definitely appropriate for the fall, I have been getting up on the trend. I bought a dress recently from H&M that will give you nostalgia.
Isn’t this perfect?! The color and print make me want to find a time machine and go back to the 70s to live (as if that would ever happen). I can’t wait to put things with it. Some of my other favorite stores like Express, ASOS, Topshop and New York and Company are also following the trend. I will be shopping for the next several weeks haha!
Here are some designers that have been following the trend as well (pics courtesy of Vogue):
(When I figure out the designer for these outfits I will post…unfortunately I forgot who this is)
Stella Jean (well her collection nwas inspired by the Himalayas but some outfits look a little 70s ish)
I always love looks for decades before because, I love things from the past and sometimes I think I was born in the wrong era. The 20s, 50s, 60s and 70s were definitely my favorite clothing decades. Soooooo it is fashion week…who else is mad that they are not there?! Ugh next year I want to see if I can get tickets because now some events are open to the public! I already put reminders in my phone for 2016 to keep up on when and how to get tickets! I am definitely determined.