Monday, August 29, 2016

Dutch/Fishtail Side Ponytail

Hi everyone,

I think I have discovered the absolute best hairstyle for my hair, one that I will definitely repeat over and over again. I combed my hair to one side, and parted off a section behind my bangs. I braided this hair into a side Dutch braid. Then I fastened all my hair into a side ponytail, and tugged gently on the edges of my Dutch braid to give it a blossom look. I braided my ponytail in a fishtail braid, and wrapped my braid up once, using the very end of my braid to hide the base of my ponytail.

I love this hairstyle <3 Thank you for coming by to see my pictures, I hope you have a beautiful week, my friend.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Buns and Bows~ a head-turning hairstyle wherever you are

Hi friends,

     I hope you are having a wonderful weekend with good weather and a relaxing time. How fun to spend the day walking around Estes Park and taking in all the beautiful sights~ not to mention doing a little shopping while I was at it.

     I fixed my hair in a style I have shared before, three bun with two bows as accents. People I met throughout the day would say how much they liked my hair, so kind.

     Thanks for visiting my blog! I love sharing pictures with you all :-)


Friday, August 26, 2016

Wind-blown Dutch braids on the Rocky Mountains

Hello from beautiful Colorado and the Rocky Mountains,

How amazing to see this wonder of the world in person! And what's even more special, today is the 100th anniversary of the Rocky Mountain National Park. The sky was clouded over and rainy this morning, but by the afternoon the sun had come out and cleared away the clouds. There was even snow on the mountains!

My hairstyle today was two lace Dutch braids and a low bun. I left my hair a little loose so it soon had a wind-blown look which is always nice. Thank you for coming to see my post! I love sharing hair and travel pictures with you all, it's almost like spending the day together.


A baby Christmas tree!

Somebody else is enjoying the view

Quite a difference for someone used to living on sea level!