Wednesday, May 8, 2013

30 for 30 Remix Challenge ❘❘ Day 25

::What I'm Wearing::
Coral Sundress -- c/o eShakti
Oxfords -- ModCloth
Nail Polish -- Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear in Mint Sorbet 

Hello girls! I love second day hair when ever I curl my hair in curlers, 'cause the next day my hair is always very 1950s and tomorrow, or the day after my hair will be in a 1960s style. You know what? I really should curl my hair more often, because then I don't have to do as much to my hair when I get ready in the morning....well, beside the first day when I have to take out the curlers & style my hair. Today's hair reminds me of Marilyn Monroe's in the early 1950s, when her hair was more loose curls and less highly styled (like in the late '50s). I have examples of the period I'm talking about below. 

Oh, if y'all love the nail art I did on my nails and are wondering how I did it, well....I'll be having a video tutorial on my YouTube channel tomorrow, so keep an eye out for it on Pinterest & Twitter.

Y'all can link up your outfit post for the challenge below. 


  1. LOVE your hair!!! It does look very like Marilyn's hair, which I've always thought was just lovely:)

  2. It is gorgeous and I love how you did your hair. Great job in recreating it. The color red looks wonderful on you.

  3. Love how you did your hair, it looks really pretty! :-) I'm so sorry I only did about half of the event, Ashley! I feel bad I couldn't finish it out! But I really enjoyed it and I loved seeing your outfits. :-)

  4. Love your dress and hair! That coral color is just beautiful!


  5. I love this outfit! Your hair looks so pretty :)

  6. Where do you find cute, modest dresses like this, that are also inexpensive? It's hard to find modest dresses and it's even HARDER finding affordable modest dresses!

    In His Service,
    Hannah Boyd


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