Four Ways to Wear Head Scarves

Having a bad hair day or just want something to uplift your look for the day? A head scarf can be your lifesaver for those days when you are tired or too lazy to make your hair look tamed and beautiful.

Headscarves are so versatile piece of women’s accessories for you can use them in so many ways and purposes. You can tie it into your head to cover your messy hair, those that undergoing a chemo therapy can hide their losing hair underneath a headscarf , use it as a protection against gusty winds/drizzle and can use it as fashion statement and even a piece of accessory for your costume outfit.

Various materials like cotton, silk, and more can be chosen while various prints and colors can match your personality and mood for the day.

Here are 4 fun and cute ways to wear head scarves that I found in Youtube and it can become a stylish fashion statement.
1. Bohemian
2. Funky Bow
3. Hidden Bow
4. Turban

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton’s Newest Ad Campaign

Michelle Williams is very lucky to be chosen as the new face for Louis Vuitton.

Two new gorgeous Louis Vuitton bags, W and Capucines bags  are showcased and as a woman who loves bag, my heart simply skipped when I saw these eyecandies and wishing I can own even just one LV bag that I can keep for a lifetime.

Michelle Williams is wearing a stunning black dress from Marc Jacobs’ Autumn/Winter 2013 collection. Photos taken by photographer Peter Lindbergh.

Love her cropped pixie blonde hair ! Wish I can style my short hair that way too. Her sultry red lips also added some attraction.
Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton's Newest Ad Campaign

Watch the behind the scenes shoot of Michelle Williams for Louis Vuitton

DIY: Tie Dye T-Shirts Tutorial

I remember when I was still in highschool, we used to make tie-dyed shirts as part of our project in home economics. It’s actually pretty easy to make and it’s fun as long as you have all the materials that you need, which is actually just simple and can easily be purchased at local stores.

Your creativity and color combination skills will be put into use in this DIY project. There are actually a lot of different patterns that you can make depending on the way that you tied your shirts.

Materials needed:
1. White shirt
2. Dyes of various colors
3. Rubber Bands
4. gloves
5. plastic bottles

Tie dyed shirts are still in the fashion these days. Not only you can tie dye your shirts but also your shorts and even shoes. This is one fun activity just in case you have not experience it.

Here’s a simple Tie Dye Fashion tutorial that you can make with your friends.

Hermès ‘Vive le Sport’ / Long Live Sport Videos

Classic and luxuly label Hermès  came up with 3 sporting animated videos  because of their recent ‘Vive le Sport’ (Long Live Sport ) Campaign  for their Spring/Summer 2013 collections with sports and games theme. It’s fun and too cute not to share them here.

Hermes Plays Croquet

Hermes Ping Pong Game

Leapfrog

New beauty secret revealed: Fotoshop by Adobé

Found this video at Yahoo and I can’t help but smirk because it is making fun of the photo processing of photos done at Adobe Photoshop software by many fashion and beauty ads and magazines these days. Tools in Photoshop like the healing brush can make blemishes disappear, while the hue/ saturation can change the skin tone and the liquify tool can make any model look more sexy and curvaceous. This video commercial isn’t real but just a spoof.

Watch it so you’ll know what I’m talking about.