Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Girlfriend Sayings

Here is the truth: girls love compliments. They are very emotionally sensitive and tend to be more affectingly sophisticated to words than guys.

They react like little girls whenever some part of their astounding attributes (especially physical) are noticed and loose control whenever it happens. They need a lot of attention to satisfy their emotional needs and giving compliments can one of the best ways to do so.

The following might be considered romantic things to say to your girlfriend, but at the same time can also be poetic, funny, Philosophical, silly, weird, etc, but I prefer saying that they are sweet.

Sweet things to say to your girlfriend:


1- You're so sweet. I might go diabetic
2- If I was superman, you will be my kryptonite
3- Thanks to you, I've fallen in love and I can't up
4- I wish I had glasses so I can see you with four eyes
5- You are my girlfriend because you're more than just a girl, you're my friend
6- A million dollars is nothing compared to the number hugs of I can give you


7- You are my best friend
8- Your voice is sweeter than honey
9- Our love is friendship, but set on fire
10- If it wasn't for you, there would be no me
11- To me, your smile is brighter than the sun
12- When I close my eyes at night the first thing I see is you
13- If I had a million words to say, they will all be I love you


14- Without you, a second is infinity and with you, infinity is a second
15- Your name is the drumstick that strikes the instrument of my heart
16- If my love for you was visible, it would not fit in the space of the universe
17- When you're away, I feel 50% empty, when you're with me I feel 101% complete
18- I think about you every second of every minute, 25 hours a day, 8 days a week of all the 13 months of the year and in the undefined infinity of all eternity


19- Without you am just simply blue
20- Your voice sounds better than all my favorite songs put together.

Regimen and products currently in rotation.

Now that you know what products I'm using, I can give a simplified version of my regimen:

Wash with shampoo every 4-6 weeks
Protein treatment every 4-6 weeks
Henna every 4-6 weeks
Cowash/detangle every week
Deep condition every week
Use leave-in conditioner every week
Moisturize daily with Curls pomade (Curlformer sets, old straight hair)
Moisturize daily with Curl & Style Milk (Curlformer sets)
Moisturize daily with Totally Twisted, Hold & Shine Mist (Braid/Twist outs)
Moisturize daily with EVCO (newly straightened hair)
Seal daily with EVCO (all styles)

I really don't do that much with my hair. I do not wear protective styles. Sometimes I will end up wearing my five flat twists as a style, or I may put my hair into a bun or updo, but that's about it. If I'm wearing my hair in a twist-out or braid-out, then I re-twist/re-braid my hair every night, and that's when I do the majority of my moisturizing and sealing. I always tie down my hair with a satin scarf, or if my hair is in Curlformers I wear a satin bonnet or sleep on a satin pillowcase.

The best addition to my regimen has definitely been my leave-in conditioner. My hair is overly porous, meaning it's hard for my hair to keep moisture in. One way to reduce porosity is to monitor the pH balance of your hair. Once I started using an acidic leave-in, my hair held on to moisture better. Hair that is retains more moisture doesn't break easily, and hair that doesn't break gets longer. I definitely attribute a lot of my length retention to this leave-in recipe.

Hopefully that was helpful! I know you all are probably wondering where is the "5 Flat Twists" tutorial video. It's definitely on its way. I was super busy the past few weeks, but once my hair is back to being curly again (the end of next week), I'll shoot a video.


Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Tribal Tattoo Pictures

Tattoos have become part of our popular culture. The demand for tattoos has grown and today you are more likely to encounter a professional person or a housewife in your local tattoo parlor than a rebel. This acceptance into the mainstream of our culture has resulted in an increasing demand for tattoos, tattoo parlors, skilled artists and tattoo supplies. It is a growth industry!
Business is booming in the world of tattoo art as tattoos are becoming more and more popular both amongst the rich and famous and within the general population as a whole. Around one in every seven adults today sports a tattoo and they have become integrated into our popular culture.

Tribal tattoos depict a lot of symbols and are deeply rooted in history. In some instances they represent cultural expressions of spirits, blessings and status. Others could also mean protection and the relationship of earth to the cycle of life. Considered as one of the first tattoos imprinted by accident, tribal tattoo was first used by primitives by playing around with fire. Perhaps it started when someone got poked with a burnt or charred stick and realized this left a permanent mark upon the body.

It has also been said that the very first tattoo pictures were of the sun or flames in honor of the sun god. These tattoos were actually believed by people to be a symbol and instrument that would foster a closer relationship to god.
Tribal" means a lot more today than it did fifteen years ago. The definition hasn't expanded any, but people are trying to throw more and more design and black work tattoos into the category of tribal, unsuccessfully. A solid black tattoo isn't necessarily tribal, in fact, a tribal tattoo doesn't need to be black at all. And any design isn't tribal. Any lacework design that is tattooed in black isn't a tribal tattoo.

Length Check Vid.

I didn't want to make the length check post longer than it already was, so I'm posting the video separately. Enjoy!


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Monday, June 27, 2011


I like the flower detail on this shirt. It just makes it hard to wear my hair down (it looks awkward to me) so I pinned up my hair (the texture is from 5 flat twists).



I look a little bit juvenile in these pictures. For some reason, I always end up looking super young when I put my hair up. Le sigh...

H&M blouse & skirt (shortened)
Forever21 pumps


Sunday, June 26, 2011

Tweed coats are practical, stylish and timeless

Tweed is a identify synonymous with quality outside clothes and nation residing.

Yet in recent decades, it has advanced to embrace the age ranges, be genuinely trendy and fashionable to the two the well-dressed rural and urban community and also have an inter-galactic appeal with TV�s well-known time lord Dr Who sporting a tweed jacket.

Simply because of their moisture resistant attributes, tweed coats are common for informal outerwear and often seen worn by individuals taking part in traditional region actions these kinds of as shooting or hunting.

Even so, in the past, there was a time wherever it was also trendy for tweeds to be worn indoors.

Tweed is an unfinished woollen cloth with a extended heritage and is aspect of the �fabric� of island daily life in western Scotland and also parts of Ireland.

Made in either plain weave or twill weave, herringbone or check patterns continue to be among the more well-known in a solution that has a range of styles.

There is Harris Tweed, Lewis Tweed, Cheviot Tweed, Teviot Tweeds and Cairngorm Tweeds between the range of variations and colours that are well-known for tweed coats and other clothes such as trousers, waistcoats, skirts, jackets, hats, bags and other country put on.

Tweed is a massive market with so many distinct designs but it is also a materials that is flexible for a variety of use.

Harris Tweed is among the greatest identified and is a cloth that is hand woven by people who live on the Isles of Harris, Lewis, Uist and Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.

Meanwhile, Donegal tweed is one more renowned tweed. It is made � as the title suggests - in County Donegal, Ireland.

Like several other tweeds, specifically those from the Outer Hebrides, Donegal tweed has been developed from local resources.

Not only do the sheep of these areas thrive on the terrain but indigenous plants these kinds of as blackberries, fuchsia, gorse and moss are utilised to provide dyes for the cloth. Distinct color effects can be produced by twisting together in a different way coloured woollen strands.