sexta-feira, 12 de abril de 2013

Ondas no Cabelo...

barely there waves

Time to buy a bottle of mousse, which many of us haven’t used in forever. You don’t want anything that’s going to be too sticky or heavy. My favorites are THIS by Leonor Greyl, THIS by Living Proof and THIS by Kerastase. The Leonor Greyl one is my personal favorite for volume but I use the others often and they’re all really great!
Apply at the root first and then drag it down to the middle-ish. I don’t like to put it on the ends because sometimes it creates a tangly or dry feel due to the co-polymers.
Rough dry about 75% of the way or 80-85% if it’s really cold or rainy where you are.
Do one classic braid on each side. Nothing fancy.
Now pull the braids apart. This is the best trick for breaking up that braid pattern so you don’t look like you crimped your hair. The more you drag the pieces out, the more you loosen those waves up. do it as much as you can without destroying the actual braid. Don’t worry about loose layer pieces. Let them fall!
Now you have the option– you can either blowdry the rest of the way or you can sleep on it. Both ways work just fine! I had Nora blow her hair out here for time sake. We used medium heat and blew it dry for about 5-7 min per side. Once you do that, go get dressed or do your makeup and give the hair a chance to set after you’ve blown it dry.
Unravel the braids gently and make sure the hair is completely dry.
If you feel wet pieces, just go back in with the dryer on a medium wind setting and dry that piece. Twirl it around your finger while you dry it if you are afraid you’ll lose the wave.
Check your hair in a mirror and look at the back. Make sure everything looks like it blends. If you need to shape a straight piece, just quickly wrap it around a wand. The whole point is to not use a curling iron, but if you have to make adjustments, go for it!
Last but not least, add your favorite serum to the ends. For this we used my current favorite by Kerastase which is THIS bottle of perfection– All shine, zero weight.
Um Penteado Bem Facil de Fazer...E Fica Muito Bem Para Cabelos Muito Lisos...

quinta-feira, 11 de abril de 2013

DIY-Bracelete de Prata...

1. Cut three pieces of cotton, each one metre in length. Then cut each of these into three equal pieces.
2. Attach the three pieces together with a box clasp at one end. Do this with all three colours.
3. Take a piece of large link chain around 18cm long. Measure this against you wrist and add or take off links as you need. The two ends of chain should meet.
4. Open the last link and thread on the box clasps in any order.
5. Starting three links in plait the cottons cords onto the chain. I like to check the cottons are threaded through the chain links in sequence to make sure my plait is correct.
6. Stop plaiting three links before the end of the chain and attach three more box closers on the ends.
7. Open up the last link of the chain then thread on the box clasps and a lobster clasp.
Que Tal Fazer Uma Pulseira Como Esta?!E Não é Nada Dificil...

quarta-feira, 10 de abril de 2013

Princesas Por Um Dia...

Beautiful dress stunning background!
Volteiiiiii...Aqui Estou Eu de Novo Para Mostrar-vos Tudo Sobre a Beleza Feminina...
E Nada Melhor do Que Começar,Com os Vestidos de Noiva,Para Vos Inspirar ou Encantar!!!
Um Resto de Excelente Semana,Apesar da Chuva...
by Allure Bridals
Gorgeous lace wedding dress!
Floral Lace
lol maybe not so much now, but not gonna lie, when I was younger I totally thought I would want a wedding dress with sleeves like that..the whole Medival times look