We have them on our brow, in time AND IN OUR CLOTHES!
Rules: 1. Don’t buy an iron. 2. Never buy an article of anything that would need to be ironed.
My grandmother would die (except she already has) to see all those photos of clothes on fashion blogs with *gasp* wrinkles. Those girls who throw on a shirt or skirt, maybe newly arrived in the mail (and a mess) to snap a few photos for a quickly written post should have ironing lessons or
get a steamer!
When I worked in retail, if there was clothes steaming to do, I wanted to do it. It was therapeutic. Why? Think of an annoying over managed Gap. Escape!
This is the one I have :
I’ve even steamed my husbands shirts. It’s better and faster than an iron. No ironing board, no clothes burning, no getting burned.
Even if you don’t post fashion photos, make sure you steam the items you’re wearing. Nothing makes an expensive item look cheaper than fold lines and wrinkles.
They just remind me of romance all woven and piled on top of someone’s lovely head. But whenever I try some cute side braid, I look bald. I have the worlds thinest hair.
I was casually perusing Pinterest the other night and saw this photo.
Girls, the top photo is EXACTLY what my hair looks like when I braid it.
I tried her little tutorial .
If you have issues with thin hair like me, just pull the braid. If you’re reading this thinking, “Alia I’ve known this for years”, you will have to excuse me…I’m a late bloomer.