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|Unfortunately there is no tutorial for this modern version of a 60s do but with the tutorials below I'm sure you could figure it out! Image via|
I've always loved big teased long hair with a bit of a throwback to the sixties, especially with pale glossy lips and black eye liner and mascara (just don't go to literal 60s make-up so it doesn't look like a costume). The bigger and pouffier (is that even a word?)the better. Harken your inner Bridget Bardot, Priscila Presley, Jean Shrimpton,and Sophia Loren. Think big long and styled but in a sexy bed head kind of way. Total sex kitten. Pair it with a sun dress, little black dress, or a black turtle neck and jeans for a full proof knock out look.
Last year I created this pattern for my super duper huge mug (holds about 3 cups) that I use to drink coffee every mourning from. I couldn't find any patterns to fit my huge mug so I decided to make up my own pattern! I've been using my mug cozy for over a year now and I love it. It's even great for keeping smoothies in the summer cold which I live in on the summer. I have certainly gotten a lot of use out of my mug cozy!
|Check out Kristen Stewart's big hair in her W magazine Photo shoot! Wow this is the best I've ever seen her look by far! Could it be her hair?|
I've always loved having long hair. The shortest I've ever had it was in between chin and shoulder length bob and that was only cause I accidentally told the stylist I wanted it that short thinking it was longer (curly hair bounces after it dries)! My hair has always had a ton of body naturally, because it's curly to wavy (depending on the weather and the length of my hair at the time). So I usually just wash it and go. No blow drying, hair products (except for frizz products in the summer), or tools or anything. But for the last 10 years I've had occasional hair loss.