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I recently chopped off like, 8 or so inches of my hair because it was SO DAMAGED from bleaching and dyeing and just me not taking care of it very well. So now I've got this (pretty adorable) self inflicted bob cut. Not a problem, right? Wrong! I'm getting married in 15 months and the theme? Lord of the Rings. It's high fantasy, so my goal is to make it as nature-y, flowy, and elf-y as I can (love the elves). So obviously I was trying to go for looooong flowy hair that's pretty reminiscent of the elves and their elegant, natural, wavy style. So knowing that, I'm aware I can't possibly get my hair like halfway down my back in less than 15 months (sadly), but I'm still rooting for that style for my wedding hair. What I'm basically asking is what would be the best option for getting that look for my wedding hair, with having to wear a wig as more of a last resort option. I'm not too fond of wearing wigs, as they never really stay on my head without itching like crazy and looking unnatural. (Plus it's an outdoor wedding in October in the southern USA so that wind and possible heat with a wig will just...not work out too well for me) Any help and input is very appreciated!!! <3
Hi everyone! I typically have normal to dry skin, but dry patches are definitely accentuated when I apply foundation. The most dry parts of my face are my T-zone. I'm looking for a setting spray (that could also possibly work as primer so I don't have to buy two...that would be nice) that can hold for a long time and can hydrate my skin. Anything on the cheaper end is preferable. I have been thinking about: UD Chill Mary Kay Kat Von D Lock n Load Suggestions??
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