Around two years ago I got my first set of clip-in hair extensions, but after I got them I completely changed my mind on what hair color I wanted then went down a bleach blond phase followed by a red/wine color. I did cut and dye my extensions for the red but never ended up wearing them as my hair was already long. Plus my hair color was changing so rapidly it didn’t seem right to keep adjusting the hair extensions to match it. But as the year drew to a close, I cut off most of my hair and dyed it brown. I cut it short mainly to get back to healthy hair and ends, but I love long hair. So I wanted a set of hair extensions, and I’m not planning on changing to a different color any time soon. Thus the idea of getting hair extensions came back into my mind. And the first place I went to in order to find clip-in hair extensions was Irresistible Me, who sent me my first set originally. And I loved their silky touch extensions. But my hair is really thick and full of volume, so I didn’t think that set would look natural. I ended up ordering the Royal Remy set which is supposed to have more volume so the lower half would match my upper half better.

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Several months ago when I first dyed my hair red, I was reverting back to the “what I wanted to look like in high school but my mom would never let me” mood and got side bangs. Shortly after doing that I remembered how much I didn’t like them unless they were perfect and my hair was up in a ponytail. And my hair isn’t straight but wavy… but not in a cute way. It looks out of control and bangs just look like a mess. And I don’t have time every morning to make them perfect. So this leads to the decision to grow them back out which is a process since hair doesn’t just instantly grow back when you want it to. And as it does it leads to hair in your eyes and some ungraceful moments. If you’re in a similar boat of wanting to grow back out your bangs, here are some tips to growing them out and how to style them in the process so you don’t have bad hair days in the process.

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little while ago I got an email from the co-founder of Nature Queen asking if I wanted to try out their shampoo and conditioner for free in exchange for a review. As much as I had been loving my current hair care system, my hair has recently decided to just out right hate it. Most likely from all the hair dye, stress, or poor diet I’ve been having recently. So I was intrigued to give it a go to see if maybe that would help bring new life to my hair.

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History of the Trend is a series I’m going to be starting on my blog and I don’t know how many of these I’m going to do or how long this series will be occurring, but this is something I’ve wanted to do for a while after a conversion with my roommate. It came about when we talking about dreadlocks which is why I’m going to be starting with this topic. As we were talking about Demi Lovato sporting twists in her hair for her music video No Promise and the Twitter backlash she endured. And I came up with this idea then but was unsure about actually posting it or not as I’m sure this will have its own debate around it. But let’s try to keep an open mind and let’s drive into the history behind this hair style trend.

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Now I love Little Mermaid, I used to watch the sequel almost weekly if not daily growing up along with the Lion King. And I’ve wanted red hair for years, but just never went for it. So when I was going my Instagram Made Me Buy It post/quest, I ended up ordering oVertone Extreme red and fell deeply in love with it. It was like all my childhood dreams had come true. I also felt way more like myself than I ever did with dirty blond hair. After trying oVertone for a full week, I decided I wanted to also try Arctic Fox hairdye in Poison. Plus dye my extensions that I got for free from Irresistible Me. I also cut them so they were a tad bit shorter as they were just too long for my taste after trying them all of last summer.

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