Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Writings on the wall: The Braidy Bunch

So I decided not to go with the hair in my face thingy that I spieled about. 
This made more sense for me anyway, seeing as though I've officially decided to grow out my 'hawk. 
My braids fall a bit below my waist. I love them. 
I just don't know how I feel about sitting in a chair for another 8 hours, when I need to take these out and do them again. ..That's a gig.  o_o

But beauty is pain. ..I guess. 

SN: I think everyone should have one of these light-weight Army jackets in their closet. 
It is definitely a FALL staple. I usually only see the vintage print, which is what prompted me to get this one. 
It's perfect for layering [which I can't wait to do. I cried for summer to stay now I'm crying for the temp to drop.]. It looks great dressed down and even cuter dressed up [maxi skirt/dress. It gives anything, extra girly, a tough/chic twist. .It's truthfully one of my favorite things right now. 


Tuesdai Noelle said...

You have BEAUTIFUL skin! And yes, "beauty is pain" Ha. I remember some years back, when I growing out my hair and had got braids and how long it took to do and take down. And even though I've cut my hair into cute Tinkerbell number . . .it still helped strengthen after all the time I had my hair in braids. I always think: should I go back to natural?

P.S. I'll have to find me an army Army type print jacket this Fall.

Tuesdai Noelle said... hairstyle now is short of different than my profile picture.

Arre Lee said...

Thanks Tuesdai! ..what new style do you have now?

Tuesdai Noelle said...

Welcome :) And this one:

Tanya said...

8 hrs?! Mine only took 4 1/2... you should come to my place! lol But if that's synthetic hair, it should be faster to take out because once you start removing the braids they just start sliding out. This is why I prefer synthetic hair over human because you have to go all the way to the root to take it out and it's a longer process....