They say every seven years
I have an entirely different
set of cells
making up my body
If I dare
to believe in science
then I have
a year and six months
until every trace of you
is gone from my skin
and just maybe
get you out of my bones
I will keep
rubbing my skin raw
hoping in vain
to rid myself
of phantom fingers
and broken promises
bittersweet in my ears
Sherlock wallpapers :D
- Shampoo + lightly condition. Don’t use a heavy conditioner or mask before attempting this hairstyle as it might weigh the curls down.
- Have you invested in a new mousse yet? It’s back and better than ever. There are lots of new mousses on the shelves that are soft and pliable, not crunchy.
- Work some through the root first and then down toward the ends. I gave it a nice brushing once the mousse was in to ensure even distribution. You DON’T want mousse clumps.
- Rough dry the hair using a flat brush. I have strong natural waves, borderlining on curly. You don’t need it to be smooth. If you straighten it first it might fall flat quickly.
- Try a section first so you understand how your hair will react to the curl. I did one here so you can see what the hair should do. Curl, cool, brush, bounce! That’s what you want.
- I start at the top and work my way down with the curling iron. I like to make sure the top and the middle get just as much heat as the ends so they don’t fall flat. I used a 5/8″ iron for this whole set. Seems small, but trust me you don’t want to use anything larger than 3/4″ for the curl or it will end up more like Veronica Lake Waves, which are great, but not the point.
- Let the curl cool until the hair feels cold. When you do your whole head, you’ll want to pin each curl and let it cool, but for this one I didn’t pin it.
- Brush out the curl until you see the pattern form.
- It should spring up and start to look like this. Once you get the hang of it, you’re ready to curl the whole head.
- Create a side part on whichever side you prefer. This looks best with a side part rather than a middle part in my opinion. Curl the heaviest side first. Start at the top and pin the curls into place in the pattern above. Work your way to the bottom.
- The front pieces are the most important because they’re going to define the shape more than anything so be very precise with the front curls.
- Work your way around to the other side. You want to curl everything down and toward the face.
- Put your makeup on and get dressed while your curls cool. The colder the better.
- Now brush out the whole head. Keep brushing until you start to see the pattern form. Once you do, start adding hairspray. You can either tuck the hair behind your ear or you can twist it and pin it like I did using a large bobby pin. Totally up to you!
Tutorial by thebeautydepartment.com
advantages to wearing oversized sweaters:
- instant cute outfit with minimal effort
- it enhances the coziness when u drink hot beverages
- sweater paws are guaranteed to make u feel 43% more adorable
- u can unbutton ur jeans and no one will know
disadvantages to wearing oversized sweaters:
Guys think they’re totally not cute lol
the day i dress for a man is the day they dress me in my coffin to see jesus
we all know that one person you get sexually frustrated just looking at