Monday, 23 March 2009

I wish I had more hair

because then maybe I could have my hair like this for the wedding:
I was browsing Twigs and Honey today (something of a weekly ritual) and saw this post on Myra's lovely blog. How much do I love these hairstyles? this is the exact look I'm going for, except then I go home and look in the mirror and see...ummm... somewhat less hair than those models have. Not that I am balding, but my hair is quite thin and frizzy and doesn't grow very long. Maybe I'll have to just wear it up in a pony tail. I could throw caution to the wind and spring for a new scrunchie.

I find Myra's attitude and business something of an inspiration, she used to be a scientist who made a few hair bits and bobs, but now she has a thriving business and her wares are featured in heaps of magazines and tons of blogs and websites. I wish I had the guts and the talent to make a "job" out of creating beautiful things. Cue interior designer daydream again...

6 comments:

.: Sarah Bean said...

that's beautiful! i, too, wanted long, lucious hair for my wedding and thought if I took pre-natal vitamins (I wasn't pregnant), it would help my hair grow longer. it didn't work ;)

Jenn said...

too bad I can't give you some of my hair. I have an excess at the mo! but seriously there's no shame in hair extensions...just a thought..

Being Brazen said...

oooooh pretty. I love hair peices and flowing locks.

I used to have much thicker hair, but as I get older it seems to be beoming more fine. Apparently hormones do that :)

Being Brazen said...

I take Salmon oil (OMEGA 3)- its amazing stuff. Really helps hair and nails be healthier

Julienne said...

That is suck a pretty hairstyle! I second the idea for extensions - if you wnt your hair to look like that for your wedding, go for it! I'm on of those people who has crazy thick hair - I would love for it to be thinner and a little wisy - don't think it's in the cards though!

The Perfect Palette said...

ooo that hairstyle is quite lovely. thanks for sharing.