1. Put on the headband. Try to find one that is not too tight on your head since it will then slip up easier. Don´t worry if it slips up a bit now, you will fix that later. 2. Take all of the hair (or if you want to leave a few shorter pieces in the front do that) and roll it around the headband. Arrange it nicely and tuck down the hair some more where needed. 3. Secure with bobbypins, especially if you are a bit flat headed like me. This is for extra security so the headband will stay put.
Saucy Italian Roast ~ "This tender roast is one of my favorite fix-and-forget meals," says Jan Roat of Red Lodge, Montana. "I thicken the juices with a little flour and add ketchup, then serve the sauce and beef slices over pasta."
Twisted hair + straightener = loose curls. This works SO well. I've been trying it out these past few days. Just twist up all your hair really tight, hold it at the end, go over it with a straightener a few times, tighten the twist, go over it again, straighten the end of the twist, then comb it all out with your fingers and spray with a little hairspray. TADA. It looks so pretty and literally takes 30 seconds or less. :)