The Style Loop

Fishtail braid

Happy Weekend! How’s your Sunday going?

This morning I had my friends Ainslie and Meredith from Young The Label over to help me shoot some new Game of Thrones inspired hair tutorials. Thanks for letting me play with your stunning red hair! Can’t wait to share those tutorials very soon.

At the moment I’m curled up on the sofa, editing photos listening to the rain outside. One day in Sydney is hot and sunny, and the next is cold and stormy.

Here’s what else I got up to last with with Mr Romance.

We also created a special cocktail inspired by one of my fave bloggers.

Get your chocolate fix with The Plastic Diaries best of chocolate beauty.

My Beauty Bunny’s review makes me want these new prods now.

15 Minute Beauty has expert tips for your at home blow out (blowdry).

How cute is Julia’s red short suit!

Peek into Grace Coddington’s NYC apartment. How cute is her cat!

This polka dot tote would be the perfect travel bag.

This is a fantastic interview with Erin of Apartment34, a must read for creative bloggers.

Taxi! I need these shoes!

But then I also spotted these sparkly beauties on sale…

Can never get enough sunnies, especially at this bargain price.

What your hair is trying to tell you.

Street-style inspiration from Australia, shot by my girl Xssat.

What have you been reading / doing this week? 

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  1. Chelsea says

    I have curly hair in the front but straight hair in the back, how did this happen? is this just a phase or forever? how do i style it or can it be solved? please reply!

    • Hair Romance says

      Hi Chelsea, it’s normal to have a few different types of curls. My hair was dead straight in one section near the nape of my neck, wavy in the back and super curly at the front. Now that back section has changed and is curlier than the front! They say your hair changes every 7 years, but it also depends on environmental factors and hormones. As for styling it, use a sea salt spray to encourage your curl all over, or you can use a small curling wand to add in curls to the straight parts to match your natural curl. You can leave the front layers loose and put your hair up in lots of different braids and updos. Hope this helps!

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