I finally have some down time to blog from. I miss reading my fellow bloggers’ blogs and I miss blogging. I wanted to share my look from Sunday. I wanted to wear something fabulously, chic to celebrate my last Sunday in my 20s because next Sunday I will be 30. I truly wish that I could add some dramatic sound effects at this point. I’m excited about the big 3-0! I got this black and white sweater set from Rainbow last month. I am fan of tribal prints. And, I like how black and white compliment each other…so classic.
I added a blue beaded necklace (Walmart) , my black and white square earrings (plus size consignment boutique), and my black and white flats (rue21). I also barrowed my sister’s blue handbag. My hair was styled in bantu twistout….I fluffed my hair out. By the way, I’m not frowning…the sun was in my eyes:-)
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So for those of you who follow my blog, you know that I switch up my hairstyles quite often. So, I have been wearing a crochet protective style to protect my hair and it’s super convenient. I love the big hair but it’s too hot in Tennessee and I’m itching to try something new. So, I cut my protective style into a bob. This has allowed me to have a new hairstyle without having to cut my real hair and continue to protect it for a while longer.
Hey everyone! I wanted to share one of my favorite go to summer looks. This look was about two summers ago but still wear it. So, it’s a throwback. I have had these palazzo pants for several years now and I love how they flow and sway. They are great for summer weather because the are cool, light, and comfortable. I usually pair these pants with a cute tank or a cute top. I love wearing this salmon colored off the shoulder top because it’s goes well with the pants. I like wearing off the shoulder top because they are sexy without being too revealing. I usually wear this belt with these pants.
The pants and belt are from Cato Fashions. The pants were $15 and the belt was $2.99.
I like wearing my hair in braids or twist because I wear high buns quite often because it’s sleek and great for summer to stay cool.
Thanks for reading! Let me know what you think of the throwback!
I wanted to share a go-to hairstyle that I use quite frequently on my hair. It’s the curly twistout. I simply twist my hair into two strand twist then roll my hair with these wave rod rollers (pictured below).
I keep the rods in over night. I really like the body and curls that my hair have if my hair is completely dry.
I have a few pics of my hair at different times.
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Hello lovelies! Jessica and I went to Atlanta this past weekend to attend the annual World Natural Hair Show. It was a really exciting experience to see so many women rocking their natural hair in afros, twist outs, wash-n-gos, braids, and other styles. There were other vloggers and bloggers there.
I had the opportunity to meet one of my favorite YouTube vloggers Toni Daley (tonidaley.com.) I was super excited to meet her and support your business.
Toni and I
Here’s what I got from Toni:
Africa shaped earrings
Purple head wrap
Jessica got puzzle earrings
I also got some mugs from an artist called Twisted Cheri. She makes posters and drawings of African-American women. www.twistedcheri.com
Our really cute mugs
Here are one of the pics Cheri created
I also got a chance to support other business and I got a chance to stock up on some hair and skin care products.
I got three tubs of natural, unrefined shea butter for a really great price.
I got tons of samples.
This is black soap I use on my skin. One of my favorites.