Bumble & Bumble Texture Hair (un)dressing Crème
I recently got my hair chopped. This is good as I now have a considerable less amount of hair on my head, (taraa, Chewbacca) but bad as it now requires a hell of a lot more maintenance. On a morning I still wake up with a lion-esque mane, however it’s now just too short to throw back in a bobble without a thousand pins either side. Unfortunately poker straight hair and me just don’t go, so I decided to embrace the bed-head, and get my hands on some funky texture-adding hair stuff. Obviously I went straight to trusty Bumble & Bumble, on the lookout of the Texture Hair (un)dressing Crème, which by the way, is rad. Working through damp locks gives the whole, tousled, un-done-yet-done look, with just that extra bit of grit. I wouldn’t go as far as saying it’s the perfect hair product for me, but then again, screw it, yes I would – it rocks.
Blah, blah, blah. I like Paramore, big shocker. I kinda, sorta think the band may have cropped up on one of my High Fives many moons ago, however I think it’s well and truly time to remind ourselves just how freakin’ awesome they are. Did you see their performance at Leeds/Reading recently? Did ya? Cos you bloody well should, they were rad. High five to Paramore, once again.
A lot of the time, moisturising one’s body can be a bit of a chore. It’s a pretty damn boring procedure, however once you get in the routine of doing so regularly (like I have done the past month or so), you’ll notice a huge difference in your skin, which is kind of a necessity now the weather’s turning colder. This whole body moisturising-themed sentence even happens to sound snore worthily dull, but trust me, do it and you’ll have the softest butt ever known to man, and who doesn’t want that, right?
As Gok Wan says, ‘it’s all about the confidence’, and boy is he right. I sure ain’t the most confident of gals on the block, however grasping a little of the stuff in yourself, others and life in general isn’t a bad thing. Negativity sucks, and with that frame of mind it can often bring around even more negativity, which obviously, isn’t cool. So this week, confidence is coming up top for us Saint Kidders, hell yeah.
The Fault In Our Stars
If The Notebook, P.S. I Love You, and Dear John are your thing, (a.k.a cheesy love films) then I suggest perhaps watching The Fault In Our Stars. I did, and I liked it. Yes, it is a love story, however like the others mentioned, it has its fair share of tragedy, too. It’s the kind of movie that reminds you that a lot of the little things we fret about in life aren’t half as bad as we think they are, and yes, I admit I maybe did cry just a tad, however I think I may now have to go out and buy the book as minus the tears, I thoroughly enjoyed the film.
What’s been rocking your world this week?