How to make you clothes look like you've spent a fortune!
Here are 3 ways to make your clothes look more than they are worth!
1. KEEP IT SIMPLE...
Buying crazy coloured or patterned items can leave you with little choice of what to wear not to mention the cheap look you strutting. Try going for a plain block colour and adding contrasting patterned accessories.
2. BELT LOOPS
CUT THEM OFF! They look tacky and make the price of your outfit drop like its hot. They are there only there to show you where the belt should go.
3.BELTS THAT COME WITH YOUR OUTFIT
Usually belts that come with outfits aren't the right belt for it. However, you would think that if it was a set that it would be. Thin belts are the main problem. If your outfit comes with a thin belt, try adding a wide front clipping belt in black, brown or white. This adds class and value to your new look.
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For the weekend or for work?
Some of us wear the same nail polish to work and on the weekends. Spice your nails up with these chic work nail designs and fashionable weekend trends!
For the Weekend...
How to wash your hair better...
With lots of research and experiments, I have finally found the best way to wash your hair to stop it from getting oily and making it look and feel healthier.
1. ALWAYS START WITH HOT WATER TO RINSE YOUR HAIR.
Rinsing with hot water opens up your hair follicles allowing you to clean them better.
2. ONLY USE SHAMPOO ON THE ROOTS OF YOUR HAIR.
Using shampoo on the roots of your hair helps clean out the excess oils on your scalp. Shampoo isn't needed on the ends of your hair.
3. RINSE THE SHAMPOO OUT WITH HOT WATER.
Washing out the shampoo with hot water keeps the follicles open to rinse away any excess muck leaving them open for the conditioner.
4. APPLY CONDITIONER TO ONLY THE ENDS OF YOUR HAIR.
Only ever put conditioner on the ends of your hair. Putting it on the roots of your hair can cause unnecessary oils where they aren't wanted.
5. RINSE WITH COLD WATER.
Rinse out the conditioner with cold water to close the follicles and keep the moisture in your ends to stop them from drying out.
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Hey everyone! This is my very first blog and I’m very excited to share with you my experience, ideas and tips. So as you can see from the home page I am an aspiring fashion designer with big dreams to one day have my label walking the New York Fashion Week runway. My best friend wants to open her own hotel and I am going to have a small boutique in her hotel to start off my career. I would love to move to LA or New York when I leave school, however I want to study at AIFD in Brisbane before I go too far. Anyway hope ya’ll enjoy my blog! Happy blogging!