Success! So, apparently the 3rd 4th try post makes the charm. If you’ve been following along for the last few weeks, I’ve been attempting to curl my hair at night. I did not want to use curlers, even little foam ones. I feared ridicule from my hubby (he is a nice guy, but he would laugh since he finds my beauty antics amusing) and strange looks from a half asleep 8 month old at 3…

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I would like to nominate myself for some sort of amazing blogger award for being willing to post these pictures of myself on-line. Look at my hair! I look like a crazy person. Oh, and this is right before bed, and I had been on-call the night before. So, I’m super tired looking. Sigh. Anyways, you might remember last week’s post about curling your hair without heat by wrapping it around a headband. I mentioned…

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So, while I’m not a hair dresser, I’m certainly not a schlub when it comes to hair either. I’d say I’m a bit above average in skill when it comes to dealing with my hair. And I have insane amounts of it. I’m really looking forward to playing around with it more for these posts. So, my plans are: • My usual hair product reviews • Pics and links to hair styles that I’ve been…

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I’ve briefly mentioned my Pinterest addiction in the past (here’s my Pinterest Boards in case you’re curious). I discovered Pinterest through one of my favorite blogs, Young House Love. (My obsession with YHL has reached the point that when I have a new idea for our house my hubby first asks “is this from that blog again? That one you’re trying to become?”) Well, recently over on YHL they announced that they were challenging themselves…

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Have you seen the double barreled curling irons in stores? Apparently it is perfect for creating beachy waves and Veronica Lake waves. But, I’ve always been confused by it when I see it in stores, so I’ve quickly bypassed it. Recently RSession tools sent me a few images that explain how it works. Read on for the easy explanation. Using your free hand, you wrap your hair around the barrels in a figure 8 pattern!…

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