Bleached Blonde to Dark Brown

Hello dark hair! Haven’t sported you in a while. Spring is normally the time to bring out lighter hair, but I’ve had blonde hair for nearly nine months. It was time for a change. A more manageable change. 👩

I did dye my hair darker last October. I opted for a light brown color because that’s what I really wanted. Unfortunately, it faded back to blonde in a few months. It was frustrating because it took me a long process to get there (the same steps I’ll be writing out shortly). Read more…

What I Wore: Transitioning

This post is at least a week late, because fall is now here in full force! It was still a little warm a few weeks ago but with the gradual drop in temperature, I was bundling up more and more. Fall is so beautiful. I’ve never truly appreciated it until I started living on this side of the country. An entire forest slowly changing colors blows my mind.

A Little Chilly

Here’s an outfit I wore when bare legs were still tolerable. Read more…

What I Wore: Skirts and Hats

I woke up one day and decided I didn’t like pants. Don’t really know why, I guess I’m getting bored of my usual look? It’s also really uncomfortable to have skintight jeans when it’s so hot out.

We went shopping in Vegas, and I picked up a few skirts to explore this style shift I’m going through. I haven’t worn skirts since my very conservative Christian high school where girls weren’t allowed to wear jeans and we all had to wear knee-length skirts if we were out of uniform. Read more…

Red Hair to Blonde

I’m back to blonde hair! As much as I loved my magenta hair, I was getting weary of the pink stains on my house shirts, towels, pillows… everywhere! I was also tired of having to worry about about getting my hair wet in the rain and my hot showers bleeding it out too quickly. Bright red hair is just so high-maintenance. It’s fine for a few months, but it gets too much for me eventually. So it’s back to an easier color! Read more…

What I Wore: Another Cool Summer

Summer’s coming! It doesn’t feel like it to me though. My idea of summer is still scorching heat, blinding sunlight, and a steering wheel that burns your hand before you can turn on the A/C. Vegas summers are tough. Here in Philly, we’ve had cool rainy days of around 60°F (15.5°C). Sixty degrees in June, that’s crazy to me. I still feel cold in our apartment at night. Why am I not burning? Why is water not sizzling on the sidewalk as soon as it drops? Read more…