My Various Sassy Hairstyles (and what they mean!)

wavy hair 2Dear Reader,

I may be a crazy and busy science major, but my hair, needs to look fabulous. People pay attention to that you know :p So here ya go, the easy hairstyles I do and what they mean ❤

1) My Naturally Wavy Black Hair

I am not joking reader. On a normal average day, this is what my hair looks like! It has no meaning, except for the fact I’m super blessed ❤

2.) Straightened Hairstraight hair

“I got tired of my beautiful natural hair. And I actually had some extra time today, so I straightened my hair ;)”

 

 

half updo wavy3.) Half Up-Do (Wavy)

“I’m feeling classy today. I want to be classy, sassy, and chic.”

***Note, this is the hairstyle I am most known for. Half of the week consists of this hairstyle ❤

4.) Half Up-Do (Straight)half up do

“I woke up this morning, and for some reason, my hair was straight instead of wavy. And that’s boring. So…I pulled it in to an up-do for extra sass :)”

 

 

 

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5) Classic Ponytail (with bangs)

“I’ve been in lab all day. Or, I’ve been in the gym all day”

sleek ponytail

 

6.) Sleek Ponytail

“My face, looks absolutely adorable today. People need to see it.”

 

 

 

side ponytail7.) Side Ponytail

“I’ve been super busy all day…but I feel extra flirty <3”

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8.) The Bun

“I have gotten in touch with my inner ballerina. Too bad I will be in the library studying all day….”

xoxo. S.

Exotic Girl Beauty Necessities- Eyebrow Management

eyeThreading eyebrows.

Dear reader,

I probably haven’t told you this before, but I am of an exotic race.

Urban dictionary defines exotic it as:

“Being from Asia, South America, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Persia, Arabia, etc… basically, anyone with tan skin, black shiny hair, big luscious lips.” Okay then, I will go along with that.
And being an exotic woman, there are many things we need to do. In this post I will be talking about the deal with threading eyebrows!
Bless us. We have nice, thick, full eyebrows. And we need to get them threaded. My other friends just pluck…they have no clue why I go through the pain of threading lol. Technically, I should be getting them done once a month, but I only go once a season haha 🙂
eyebrowsBut that’s the thing, if you wait too long, EVERYONE NOTICES! I walked into the salon yesterday, I didn’t even tell the receptionist what I needed, and she told me to sit down and started threading them right away! And oh my goodness, it HURT! It usually does hurt lol…but this time, dear God, it hurt even more. There were tears coming down my eyes. I thought that was bad, the next time she pulled even harder, and now I have a new blister above my eyebrow. Cute. But dang, I walked out that salon, and looked fabulous ❤ I look forward to my next appointment haha 🙂
xoxo. S.

The Problem With Having Dark Hair

Hello reader!

Hooray for my first beauty post 🙂 Today I will be talking to you about my hair. Let me say, my natural hair is long, black, and wavy. It’s absolutely beautiful! But, this week being Spring Break, key word being “spring”, I decided it was time for a change.

I started out by getting it cut. I told the stylist to take off 2 inches, not 4….So now I have medium length hair. This is okay reader! It grows back fast anyway 🙂

But I decided, if this dramatic change occurred to my hair, we might as well dye it too! I always wanted that auburn hair tint to my black hair, so I bought this dye by Garnier Fructis. 1000947_751861_A_400And sadly, it did not work 😦 You’re gonna need to take a magnifying glass to see my newly “dyed” hair! I mean I guess you could say it looks lighter? As I looked online to see what other women with dark hair do, I saw that they get it done professionally. As this is a problem with having naturally dark hair, the dye won’t show up! Sooo we’ll try that next time ❤

xoxo. S.