I have dead straight hair. I am taking to the idea of pin curling my hair more often and sleeping on the set but I still doubt I will do it every three days.
Apart from that - I have serious difficulties in showing up in time for all our morning appointments as it is. And I go to toddler playgroups most mornings - though I always had a tendency to overdress and for sure have no problem with this - big curls or rolls at playgroup is even a bit too much for me :-)
So what's the solution? Rosie is!
And the Rosie style is so easy to do - a much closer interpretation I have shown HERE but it took much more effort than today.
This is an even easier version.
|This is obviously no make-up tutorial - I looked after my friends kids today so yours truly sans make-up was good enough for the kiddos!|
And this is all you need:
(click to enlarge pics)
Tie your hair into a high ponytail, if you don't have a fringe/bangs leave out a small section at the front.
Put the fringe or the section of hair back into a pompadour, if teasing is needed - well tease happily away, secure with kirby grips (I put them criss cross).
Part the ponytail in many smaller sections, roll each section around your finger and pin down with those black clips (or whatever you prefer - any clip will do, I find those hold up the best and are so easy to use, easier than kirby grips).
Fold the scarf in half and tie around your head, let it sit right behind the pompadour and right behind your ears. I like to secure it with a few kirby grips. Today I tied the scarf twice around my head as I didn't need to dress up, but I also like a big bow on my head!
|Et voilà - done in just a few minutes. With this look I like it if it looks a bit messy, stray hair is fine to me. |
It adds to the playfulness of that look methinks!