Leggings: Cotton on | Top: PacSun | Bralette: Victoria’s Secret | Shoes: Dr Jays
So, I dyed my hair Aqua! I’ve been wanting to do this for quite a long time and it finally happened. I did tons of research and made sure I got the right products because I didn’t want to mess up! I’ve dyed my hair crazy pink in the past but it was only the bottom half so I was really scared about bleaching my entire head by myself.
I was very surprised with the outcome! My hair didn’t break and it wasn’t orange… But then again, I stood right in front of the mirror the WHOLE time haha!
It won’t stay this color, though. My original idea was to get it to a purple-ish blue, so I thought an aqua base would be a great start to get me there. To accomplish that, I ordered two overtone daily conditioners, pastel blue and pastel purple. Once combined, I’m hoping they’ll give me the look I want, but I have high hopes because I’ve used their pink conditioner in the past and it worked wonders! Cross your fingers, people! :)
This hair style is pretty much my #1 go-to when I’m going out and don’t have a ton of time to do anything fancy so I thought I’d show you guys how to do it. It only takes about 5 minutes and works for long and medium length.
It’s soooo super easy. You need:
– 4 bobby pins
-1 rubber band
-Hair spray (optional)
I don’t actually use hair spray for this but I would recommend using it if you’re going to be outdoors for a long time to make sure it stays in place.
Step 1: Take a chunk of hair from one side, roll it and secure it with a bobby pin.
Step 2: Take a chunk of hair from the other side of your head, roll it and secure it with a bobby pin. *As you can see, the bobby pin from roll #1 gets hidden by roll #2
Step 3: Take a chunk of hair from below roll #1 and secure it with a bobby pin.
Step 4: Take a chunk of hair from the opposite side of your head (below roll #2) and secure it with a bobby pin. *As you can see, the rolls end up hiding the bobby pins.
Step 5: Take the extra hair and tie it with the rubber band, making a messy bun.
Step 6: Using your fingers, make your hair look messy (make sure you don’t destroy the rolls!).
And voilà! You got yourself a new, feminine-but-messy look :)