• 23rd July
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I’m calling these my chun-Li/Princess Leia hair buns 

separate hair into pig tails, tease, twist into buns and pin in place. 

my bangs are getting way too long but I can’t cut them until I figure out what my director wants so I got them out of my face with an easy french twist. 

hope you like! 

  • 18th July
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  • 3rd April
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  • 28th March
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  • 3rd March
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  • 19th February
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  • 16th February
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So the longer my hair and bangs get the more creative I’m having to get with it. especially with this uncooperative winter weather. 

today I used a top side french braid for my bangs and once they were all incorporated I finished the braid and pulled it with the rest of my hair back into some pigtails.

I got complements on it so I guess it looked good and it took me less than 10 min to do before class. the best thing about this style, I didn’t have to worry about bangs that are too long and keep falling in my face or all the static electricity currently living in my hair.  

  • 9th November
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So I had a special request a while back to post these neat native american hair rap braid things. they are a great way to jazz up some pig tails and are totally functional as well as a stylish accessory. 

my friend Daniel(D-harp) got me these as a present from his trip to the mountains of North Carolina. that same friend happens to be a very talented music artist/ rapper and you should all go check out his stuff! its pretty impressive ;) 

  • 23rd October
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This past weekend I went to an “Old Hollywood Glamor” themed costume party for my friend Churaqui’s 21st birthday.

I chose to go with some soft cascading curls, liquid liner and red lips. and I wore my dress from Jr prom (I’m finally getting my moneys worth! haha)

Above are pictures of me with the birthday boy who was clearly the best dressed there and had multiple costume changes of course haha  

  • 22nd September
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quick fix for those “no time for a shower” days.

hair not at its tip top performance and no time for maintenance? throw it into a wonderfully messy bun

this took me less than 10 min to do in between classes. I did the messy bun by first teasing my hair just with a regular hair brush to get some volume, then I put it up in a hair tie then added a few bobby pins to make sure it was secure and would maintain its shape.

i then paired it with a cute headband to accessorize and jazz it up, and some serious ba-bangs. (the ba-bangs were not entirely on purpose, I just really need a hair cut)  

anyway, i thought it was fun, stylish and I was quickly out the door with my cute up-do :)