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February – A Month of Hair

January 29, 2011 by Jo

Ok Ladies! The boys have Movember and Decem-beard and I figured we should have a month too! I’ve decided that it’s going to be Hair Tutorial Febru-hairy! Hair Tutorial Tuesday sounds better, I agree, but to be honest, I don’t know if I’ll be able to remember 52 different hair styles at the end of the year (and that requires long term diligence….don’t know about that one :D ).

So starting February 1st, for the entire month of February, I’m going to post Hair Tutorial videos that I’ve found on youtube and want to try. Some will be easy and quick and others will be long and arduous. Most will have something to do with the 1940s and 1950s, but there will probably be a faux-hawk or something enormous because that’s my style.

Hopefully I’ll have time (and remember) to take pictures of every one and post them with the blog posts, but no promises. Maybe they’ll just be one long photo spread at the end. We’ll see how it goes. :) If you have pictures, please post them or send them to me and I’ll post them.

Alright ladies…..let’s do it up!!

xoxo


5 Comments »

  1. Snookie says:

    Ooh, this will be fun! I’m excited to see some new tips and inspiration – thanks for doing the research for us!

  2. Breanna says:

    This will work great in conjunction with Floweruary! Hair flowers AND great hairstyles, all in February? Yay!

    http://floweruary.tumblr.com/

  3. FYI – Movember exists in the US today in order to raise awareness for testicular cancer, it was created as a man version of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month.

    We don’t just like growing staches (though they are badass), we really just care about our balls.

  4. Jo says:

    Hahah, you’re hilarious. Thank you for the heads up :D

  5. Karen Turman says:

    Dare you to try this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgFkCz4wAmE

    I’m on a Marie Antoinette kick–just visited Versailles again.

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