Hello Lovelies! I got hair extensions about two months ago from Bellami and I wanted to do a little review and also show you a few of the ways that I style them!:) I never wanted to get extensions.. But I've always wanted long hair and mine just takes forever FOREVER to grow. I've been trying to grow it out for at least 5 years now and it feels like its in the same place..So... I researched the best extensions and all the youtubers I follow all said that this line of extensions were the best they've ever used!
So far I've absolutely loved them! It's still a little bit of a challenge for me to do updo's and such, but I love how they look just down and curly :) If you have any questions on what kind I got or anything just let me know! :)
Sunday, June 7, 2015
I went shopping at Goodwill a few days ago and walked out with four dresses and a romper. (quite successful if you ask me) The first dress I'm going to feature on here was $6.00 but it was half off so I got it for $3.00 !:) I wish I would have worn higher heels because it is fairly long, but other than that I loved it! It has pockets and its super flattering and sucks in the waist. It's also vintage which makes it even more fun :)
Friday, June 5, 2015
I've been thinking lately about how opinionated we all are. This needs to stop. Constantly putting your own opinions and ideals on others is rude and accomplishes nothing good. I'm tired of shallow conversations. " She does NOT have the legs to wear those shorts!" "wow. That hair color looks awful on her." "You should smile more. You look depressed" "You look so tired! Are you sick?"
Please, I beg you. Stop saying these types of things. It's wonderful to have style and personalities and differences. It's what makes us human! But belittling and forcing your opinions on others just because you don't like the way they dress or wear their hair is so silly and is not acceptable. If someone is wearing something that makes them feel good and happy, let them wear it. If someone looks depressed...guess what.. they probably are! Or maybe they're just having a bad day. Instead of forcing them to be fake and project a life that is perfect and totally unrealistic, encourage them, tell them something good and kind. And instead of telling someone they look tired, take them out to coffee and ask them how they're doing.
I'm trying very hard to switch my mindset on the lives of others. Simple things like a hair color or a choice of clothing, has nothing to do with me. So there is absolutely no reason for me to tell them how to dress or make rude comments behind there back. None of us is perfect, it's time we start accepting and embracing that.
Monday, June 1, 2015
I decided to be super brave and try this out... I've read in different places and heard from so many people about the benefits of drinking about two tablespoons of organic apple cider vinegar before each meal. I've only managed to do it twice so far this week because wow it's so gross. But everyone who's done it raves about it! So I'm going to do my best...I'll do a follow up post after I've been consistent with it!
To read up on the science behind it, here are some links! :)