Ever since a hairdresser burnt off my hair 2 years ago, I’ve become paranoid about my haircare. I have a quite extensive beauty routine and lots of products which I apply in the hope they will help my hair recover faster. Right now I got to a selection of items which I gladly use every week, keep reading!
Who doesn’t love to have soft hair, am I right? As a person who always used to have perfectly healthy hair, but then had it ruined by a terrible hairdresser, I’ve been quite obsessed with keeping it soft ever since ‘the incident’ *dramatic pause*. It comforts me to know that not everything is 100% ruined every time I touch my soft hair, so in the past 2 years I developed certain habits which help me to limit the damage. Keep reading!
Who doesn´t struggle with keeping their hair healthy in summer? Sure, we all love the sunshine, the beach and spending hours at the pool. But this does have consequences for our beloved locks. Dry, frizzy, lifeless… sounds familiar? I visited Salon B again to ask them everything about how to keep your hair healthy this summer. From DIY to the best products, keep reading!
I often get many questions from other girls about how I keep my white hair healthy. The truth is: I don’t. Bleaching is terrible for your hair and even though it’s absolutely gorgeous, many girls have regretted getting it bleached because it ruined their hair (mine included). So, I was facing a dilemma: I had to change my hair color but didn’t want to say goodbye to my blonde hair. I took my problem to Sue, a color specialist at Salon B. She suggested me to try out a ‘lived-in’ look, and since I trust her blindly, I decided to give it a try. New Year New Hair! Right?
A skater skirt with knee-high socks and black derby shoes is ALWAYS a good combination! I decided to make the minimalistic ‘cute & classy’ look a bit more interesting with a statement shirt: more personality = more fun!
Anyone who knows me even just a little bit knows that I’m a big fan of power women: strong women who follow their dreams and work hard to get there… you have my infinite respect! This outfit is my tribute to you, and actually it has a little story to it. I got this limited edition T-shirt while visiting a Cosmopolitan event in Amsterdam some months ago, it was all about the empowerment of women and I met some amazing and inspiring people there. They organized several reading around the topic ‘Confidence’. It got me thinking about what this word actually means to me.
For me confidence is not about not having any doubts, it’s about having doubts but trusting in your own capacities to reach your goal. I had more than enough doubts about becoming a fashion reporter…
I am not schooled in fashion, I don’t have any experience (yet), there are so many professionals out there, what if I will make a fool out of myself? Did those doubts stop me from trying it anyway? Hell no!
- Can I write English? Yes I can
- Can I give an opinion about fashion? Most definitely
- Can I learn how to improve my skills? Duhh
Seems legit… let’s do this! I guess in this situation I would classify myself as a power woman, and to be honest: I really like to think so! How would you describe confidence or a power woman? Share your