I love the idea of dyed hair. However, I’m hardly a hairstylist and I don’t want to pay all this money to get my hair dyed. Enter hairstylist Benjamin Mohapi‘s “Moody Girls” temporary hair color line. It claims to allow one to achieve their pastel hair color dreams without all the fuss. Featuring five different shades from pink to coral, the collection makes changing your hair color easier than ever. All one has to do is shampoo hair and towel-dry until it stops dripping, then apply the product evenly from root to ends. Rinse everything off after 15 minutes and done. Your coif is completely transformed and should stay that way for three to six washes. Now in my case I’d also have to condition my hair heavily, but I’d be curious to see the effects on curly, kinky locks and also if it is drying. The last time I dyed my hair, well, it looked good at first, but I have been paying the price ever since. Dried, tangly ends that just needed to be cut off. Final word: Curious minds would love to know, do it work for real for real? On all hair types?
I never imagined myself hanging out in a cornfield, but that happened. I must say, it’s a beautiful sight and very relaxing. I loved walking through the green fields and for sure plan to make it a habit whenever the opportunity arises.
Green is said to be the color of growth, spring, renewal, and rebirth. Power words with meanings just as strong. If ever you have a chance, take the time to invite some greenery into your life. The benefits will be well worth it.
Jean Button-Up – Free’p’star
Pants – H&M
When you hit the mark just right… Honestly, I love the way this simple grey dress, counteracts the vibrancy of the green graffiti background. However, most of my friends and people assume I’m in the US for this photo, but in fact I am in Paris. There’s art everywhere if you’re just willing to look around…you just may be surprised.
Grey Dress – H&M