Welcome back, December!
It's been a while since I met you.
Yesterday I attended my cousin's sweet seventeen dinner at Asia Restaurant-Ritz Carlton, Kuningan. I can tell that that was one of the best seventeen dinner I ever attended. The foods were so great and varied, I couldn't taste them all so I ended up having some foods I seldom eat, such as octopus, raw fish, kimchi, salmon something (I swear I ate many raw foods yesterday!). Beside that, the place's also nice. The decorations at the hotel themselves are sooo Christmas-ly. It's so much making me miss Christmas which will be happening in merely weeks from now :)
And, I didn't take outfit pictures because my phone was just unreliable in term of battery, thinking of have it serviced. I wore pastel dress, skirt and shoes since the dress code is pastel color. So what I post will more about my experiment to my hair. I didn't plan to curl my hair at first, and I just playing around curly-ing my hair with paper, just like what Michelle Phan did. So, I swear I didn't expect it turned out great, for a homemade-curly-from-paper standard.
Funny thing was, when I was about to release all paper from my hair, I didn't have any hairspray so I had to walk to the nearest convenience store (I told you I didn't plan to curl my hair) and crossing fingers for the goodness of my curly hair. Guess what? No, I didn't find hairspray in that store. So I just came back home and didn't make many move so my hair won't be straight in the near hours. Lessons: Before doing any experiment, better know first what kind of things you will be needing for post-experiment.
About this look:
Dress-worn as top: Bugis Street
Soft pink bodycon skirt: unbranded
AND, here's the experiment I'm talking about:
Yeah, I'm satisfied for what these paper turned my hair to be. It used no heat and the result was kind of me going to saloon to have my hair blow dried.