Welcome to Layering 101:
|LAYER 1: Plum colored long sleeve dress and purple tights (H&M)|
|LAYER 2: Short sleeve charcoal dress (Shabby Apple)|
|LAYER 3: Over-the- knee charcoal wool sockens (H&M)|
|LAYER 4: Practical leather walking boots (vintage Buster Brown, op-shopped)|
|LAYER 5: Add any warm scarf, shopper tote and earrings.|
|Weather ready - no winter coat!!! Tip: to kick it up a notch, add a hat and gloves.|
My favorite hair salon is undergoing a remodel, so my stylist offered to come to my house instead. Uh.....what? You want to bleach and cut my hair at my house? Not having much of a choice....... I told her that was OK. I figured it would either be AWKWARD or really CONVENIENT.
She showed up and all went well, until I had to endure the 25 minute rinse/shampoo/condition (x2) ordeal in my own kitchen sink. Not to mention seeing my own hair all over the kitchen floor was a bit odd too (especially considering I had to start cooking right after she left).
So how did my hair turn out? Well...the color is much better than the 'no-toner' approach of the Germans, but the cut seems a bit more 'thinned out' than I wanted. It doesn't look as European/French anymore - SUCK. Oh well.....next time.
Have you ever had this type of service at your house before? It was convenient since I didn't have to drive anywhere, but at the same time - it wasn't convenient because it took longer than normal and I missed out on the whole 'salon' experience. If given the option again - I would say 'skip it' and go to the salon. It's soooo much better!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I'll be posting preview photos of my 50's party dresses starting on Monday.