I can't stop freaking out! This hair tool was the best invention ever!!! Girls, you won't regret it, i promise. It's easy to use, quick and awesome.
My hair is fairly long and it took me 10 min to curly it!
Some instructions that i found helpful:
- Grab only a 1/2 inch section
- There are 2 heat levels and 3 timer settings for loose, medium and tight curls
- When you're done, don't comb or brush your hair until it cools.
For a curlier world check the Conair website
My mom got me those rings in a flea market in San Francisco. The mid finger rings are so in, i would say because they make your hands look so thin and long! Specially now that the more the merrier, so girls we can enjoy using all our rings at once. Get creative and mix gold, silver, platinum & diamonds! If you want a good price, flea markets, hand made and hippies are your best choice.
I was walking around San Diego and talking to my french friend about my fascination for hats. He agreed with me that people should wear hats more often, like in the 20's, when everything was about being fancy and chic.
We went for some ice-cream in a small village with very cute shops, until my attention was stolen from my cone to this vintage store. I was fixated, i never saw SO MANY hats at the same place, they had vintage hats, casual hats, British hats, wedding hats, barrettes, 20's hats, all sorts of hats! Well lets say if i could i would buy everything inside the store!
In the beginning the pillbox was also a military headgear, often including a chin strap, and can still be seen on ceremonial occasions in some countries. In the 60's they were Jacky Kennedy's signature, she made them very famous. Mine is a Paris Pillbox Headband, famous on the 30's and 40's. If you love my hat, you can find it here Village Hat Shops.
I'm a hat junkie, if you feel the same way about hats go to the Village Hat Shops, they've stores in Sacramento, San Diego and Long Beach, i recommend it! They ship it worldwide and to the whole US.