Sunday, 20 September 2015

Got to love a good hair day

I will be the first to admit, I am not one of those put together all the time vintage loving girls. I'm not even put togetger half the time, and I'm sure you guys know that already with all my dodgy mirror selfies I take to show off my sewing (because sometimes you just can't wait for the time to do a proper shoot) but yesterday, I was running the shop for the day at Elsie George, so I made a little more effort with my hair and make up than I usually would, and boy am I glad I did. Since cutting my hair short again, I had only rag curled it, but when I used my curling iron yesterday, my hair turned out perfect. I mean seriously perfect. I know some people thought I was a little crazy to cut my own hair, but man, has it been worth it, because it was perfect for my curls. I may never go back to a hairdresser again.....

This gorgeous necklace was in the cabinet in store, but it went so perfectly with my hair I had to have it. There is another in stock if anyone's interested though.....

These photos don't even do my hair justice.

Whilst there were plenty of visitors to the shop throughout the day, during the quiet moments, I put my time to good use, grading up a pattern to make a sample for the shop from. I was also really healthy and had chocolate milk and rainbow popcorn for lunch.

Anyways, I'll stop bragging about how good my hair looked yesterday and get back to my sewing...



  1. No argument here, your hair is perfect. You look great, but what looks best is your confidence, it really shines.

    1. Thanks! I felt pretty cute that day, so that helps the confidence :)

  2. Your hair is stunning! The cut and color are so perfect here ~ I think you're super clever to be able to cut your own hair. I could never do that. ❤

    bonita of Lavender & Twill

    1. Thanks! I just paid a lot of attention to how my hair dresser used to cut it, and know the best angles to cut on to make it easier to use my curling iron :)