xoxo-Brosia: June 2012

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

CLIP WEAVE

I love playing in my hair, and as of late I have been playing around with new styles on a weekly basis.  It's like I have been craving new looks.  When it comes to hair I strongly feel like we should all experiment with different techniques and styles, I call people like myself #FunNaturals!  

There's nothing greater than a style that not only looks great and does a complete 360 from your "everyday look" but it's doing no harm to my own hair





  

















Supplies:
2 Packs of hair
Needle
Weave  thread (Regular thread works)
Weave Clips (The kind you sew on)

Steps:
Measure your head in rows, cut each track as you measure
once you have all of your pieces cut, sew 2-3 clips on each piece
As you can see, I've taken my coils out of my mini twists and simply:
Sectioned off a nice size piece on the top to blend with the weave
Pulled the rest of my twists back into a low pony
Pinned the excess hair up flat toward the top of my head 


Details:
I have only about 13-14 rows of hair clipped in, I will make it a bit fuller once my other hair clip's come in. I purchased a bag of 50 for only $7 on etsy, as oppose to buying packs of 3 for $2.  I sewed on 2-3 clips on to each track depending on how secure it needed to be in the particular area.  The hair was $9.99 at my local hair supply MODEL MODEL {EQUAL} Weave. Style: Twin Deep 18" Color 1 I hope this give's you doll's inspiration, don't be afraid to try out new styles!  


Wednesday, June 06, 2012

TRIBAL FLAIR



 What I Wore:  Crop Top [Forever21], Jeans [Forever21], Shoes [Target], Necklace [BL Boutique], Watch [Michael Kors]


Face:  Foundation [MAC] {Studio Fix Fluid}, Blush [MAC] {Raizin}, Concealer [Neutrogena] {Medium}, Lips [MAC] {Cherish}, No Shadow, Brows defined with L'oreal {Super blendable concealer C 6-7-8}