In this episode of Hair History we’re diving into the most extravagant era of hairstyling in the history of mankind. If you think you’ve seen it all, just wait unti you hear what ladies from the age of baroque and rococo were up to! I’m also going to demonstrate how to do an authentic 18th century hairstyle on your own hair, not using any wigs or hairpieces.
It is Friday, which means it’s time to catch up on all of my adventures from last week! As always, I’ve vlogged all week and here’s the video for you to enjoy 🙂
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Summer is coming and so is festival season. There are never enough hairstyles to keep your hair out of your face, so today I’m going to show you three easy heat-free hairstyles that you can complete in just a few minutes!
Today I have a recipe for you; a delicious hot (or cold) bulgur salad, with pita bread, homemade hummus and homemade mint yoghurt dip. This recipe is all vegetarian and can easily be made vegan by leaving out the yogurt dip or substituting vegan yoghurt!
April’s Cozy Mug tea box came in my mail! As always, a little later than US citizens get it since I’m on the other side of the ocean, but that doesn’t make it less fun to receive! Opening them is always like opening a little present full of surprises. This month’s box is dessert themed, so let’s have a look at what’s inside!