I know! I know! It’s Monday, but I wanted to post this on Friday and I didn’t have time. Please excuse me for the late post. Here is what I wore on Friday. Tell me what you think. For those of you who live in Miami you know the weather is unpredictable. So we had a cool front this past week. There’s not a cold front yet, but there’s hope! Lol!
As you see I’m wearing a denim top here. I love denim tops! This is the only one I have. This denim top is from the line of Walmart of Miley Cyrus & Max Azria. I just found out they are bankrupt. Crazy! I thought it was a very cute line in Walmart. The story behind this top is actually funny. It was regular price I think $20.00 dollars. I waited for a while and when I came back it was on sale for $7.00. Great bargain! I got lucky! You could still find some of the outfits on Ebay.
The 60 second sock bun was a MAJOR hit in the MG offices. You can catch a few of our girls in the office rocking one on a weekly basis. Their buns look like a hair dressers masterpiece, but they did it themselves in a matter of a minute! We sourced a blogger named Emily to walk us through the steps.Click here for Emily’s full entry.
Step 1: Start with your hair out and messy. No need for brushing or whatever if you’re going for texture! Dig through your mans socks and find one with a whole or a missing mate so he won’t be mad, and chop off the toe:) (The longer the sock, the bigger your bun!) Next start rolling the side over onto itself to make a little sock doughnut. Make sure to not worry about rolling tightly, because you’ll get more size if your doughnut is loose!
Step 2: The next thing you’ll do is to pull your ‘underbrushed’ hair back into a high ponytail (or however high you want your bun), put your thumb and forefinger through the whole on your sock doughnut, and grab your ponytail about halfway up. Once you’re to this point you’ll of course pull your hair through and start wrapping your hair around the sock from the middle to the outside.
Step 3:Once you have the ends of your hair tucked around the doughnut, make sure they’re spread around the doughnut enough to start covering up the color a bit, and start rolling! Rollin’ rollin’ rollin’, you’re going to want to keep spreading your hair around the sock as you roll the inside to the outside, coaxing the sock closer to your scalp. Once there your hair will keep the sock from going anywhere! No bobby pins required! And you’re done!
The partially pink hair trend refuses to dye … er, die. Nicole Richiebecame the latest lady to hop on the bandwagon Tuesday; the Fashion Star judge posted a picture of her freshly colored bright-pink tips on her website, captioning the shot as “Tickled Pink.”