Photos via: Camilla Pihl
Camilla is serving up some major hair inspiration with her low messy bun. That texture!
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It’s not that often that you come across a model who has such a stamp on her own personal style, such a sense of adventure and wanderlust for the world. We were talking about her modeling career and how it has changed since she started coloring her hair (yes, she does it herself!) which she said came about after years of modeling as a blonde and wanting to do something different, wanting to express herself. She was so tired of just being a “Barbie doll” and she thought, “Hey, if it doesn’t work, I’ll just go to art school.” Once she made the change, two modeling agencies dropped her until she found her way to ONE Model Management who totally embraced who she was. Now, especially though the power of Instagram and social media, she is a huge rising star, something so nice to see happen to a really sweet woman who loves to talk about traveling the world and organic human experiences, keeping a journal and lighting up a photoshoot like a rainbow in the sky.
SOURCE: Ann Street Studio – Read entire story here.
Photos via: Twist Me Pretty
Confession, I had no idea how to do a simple braid (note: not a plait) in my hair until last month. Doing a braid looks so effortless and easy for those “in-the-know” but for me it always seems like a mystery with fingers and hair flying all over the place. But after a short 20 minute hands on session, we managed to learn how to do a basic braid as well as a fishtail braid. It was actually quite simple really – start off like you would with a plait, loop your hair twice, then add/gather extra hair every time you pull a bit of hair over from the side.
If you are anything like me, that would have just done straight over my head. I like to see how things are done to ‘get’ it.
So we owe our new braiding skills to the owner of Alan Buki for O&M Syd and co-founder of Original & Mineral hair care, Alan Buki himself and tomorrow he will launch Home Hair School with Braiding 101 classes for clients who want a little hands on training on how to do a braid.
The idea is to offer a different Home Hair School to clients per month with a maximum of 15 clients per class. Alan and his well-trained team will show clients how they can get salon-sassy hairstyles at home and between salon appointments, giving them the know-how to re-create their favourite hair looks in the comfort of their own home. A wider global audience will also get access to Home Hair School via his website.
If you haven’t visited Alan Buki for O&M Syd, make a booking now and ask about Home Hair School. If you can’t get in with Alan himself, we love Emily for all your colour needs (done of course with O&M’s Clean Color Technology hair dye which is free from paraphenylenediamine, rescorcinol and ammonia).
– This post originally appeared on: SASSYBELLA.com
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