Has anyone tried the new trend of hair chalking? Well it’s not really that new but I’ve sure been seeing a lot of it lately and it really is cool! I found this great tutorial over at The Beauty Department!
Here are a couple of her finished looks….so cute!
I found this other tutorial over at A Beautiful Mess that’s so cute, I had to share. Instead of adding color with chalk, it’s done with yarn which is a great option for very dark hair where chalk may not show up as well.
I don’t know about you but these fun colors have me dreaming of Spring!
I thought it would be fun to share some great hair tutorials I found recently! I’m always looking for different things to do with my hair. The Small Things Blog is one of my new favorite go-to blogs for awesome hair tips.
Check out her tutorial on how to wear a headband!
We have plenty of adorable headbands here at the store that will fit the bill for this cute hairdo!
This Half French Twist is so cute also! And super easy!
And I absolutely love this Tucked Away French Braid!
I found this tutorial on how to twist your bangs over at Babes in Hairland. It is so easy and I have already used it so many times!
This last one is how to curl your hair overnight with no heat. I found it over at The Paper Mama. I have actually used this one a few times too and it really works great!
I hope you enjoyed our hair tips and tricks. Stop by the store for all your hair accessory needs! From headbands, to feather and flower clips, to hats……we’ve got you covered!!
Well the holiday season sure kept us busy! Now it’s time to to regroup and get clean and organized! I don’t know about you but after I get the Christmas decorations taken down I go crazy getting things organized! So we thought we would share these fun ways to organize your jewelry!
This first one is so easy and inexpensive anyone can do it! Just a towel rod and shower curtain hooks and voila! I found this idea on this bird can sing.
I think this next one is so pretty. They just used a burlap covered canvas and door/drawer pulls! I found this one on A Woman’s Haven.
OK, this one is really eclectic but so cute and fun for earrings! It was sold on Groove Press but it would be pretty easy to make your own if you have an old cheese grater lying around!
I just LOVE this last one and will be doing this in my closet! I found this at Mini Manor along with a nice tutorial on how she did it! It uses cutlery trays and those little rubber coated hooks. So awesome!
Hopefully these gave you a little inspiration for storing your jewelry!!
We recently posted a video on our Facebook page on 25 ways to wear a scarf. I also found this handy step-by-step diagram of 6 ways to tie a scarf over at Capitol Hill Style that can be easily printed as a reference! So many of us love our scarves but often aren’t sure how to tie them. I love this reference so I printed it out and hung it in my closet!
Now you will never be at a loss for how to tie your scarf again! Enjoy!