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The Best Hairstyle For Long Hair Ever [says me]

Hey, ya'll! I don't do many fashion posts, but thought that this would be fun. 😊 Though technically this is not a fashion post but an unfashionable, wild, crazy post! Lol 😝

I mean how many people are crazy enough to dress this way - on a a normal basis, and in public?


Yeah, right. 😉

I am rather weird in my tastes. I like wild, comfy, pretty, easy, crazy, fancy, practical all wrapped in one. - Those are some of my favorite words, too ;).

I get some crazy results :D

Such as this new thing with my hair ( I've been doing it about 6 months now ).

I first did it in this picture - wanting something unique and pretty for a girls' party I was going to, I suddenly thought of braiding a ribbon into my hair. A close friend, Esther helped me! ( Never knowing how crazy I'd become weeks later ).

The ribbon was soon replaced with a scarf :)

At first I would just wrap the scarf around my head, tie it under my pony tail and then over. And then I just let it hang or braid it loosely into my hair.

For a wilder, looser look I just tie it under the pony tail

[If the scarf has tassels it will add length to your hair :D ]

But the scarf liked to fall off the top of my head to my back quite often - especially at youth group. 😒

So, I bought some dark colored hair clips about 1 and 1/2 inches long and snap one on each side of the top of my head and scarf.

Keeps the scarf there 😀

For the ribbon variation I tie the center of the ribbon to a dark colored pony tail holder ( hairband ), make my hair up into a pony tail and then braid the ribbon into my hair tightly.

And now for the pictures!!! 😍

Braided ribbon

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Scarf in a braid

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I made this dress last month:)

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Don't you just love my goats!? I have 7 now :D

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This little girl is my buddy :D

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I knitted the blouse ( they are available for order :b )

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Aren't kittens just adorable?

Scarf hanging loose

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Love this outfit!

So, what do you think? Brave enough to try this - in public? 😂😂😂😀😉


  1. Yes!!!! LOVE the Pink polka dot dress!!!!!!!!!! I think that I recognize one of those pictures? Who is that standing next to you? ;)

    1. Thanks! I made it ;) Haha..yes, that picture is at your place!!!!!! That is Keziah:D

  2. :) Wow. I actually forgot I started that whole thing. Or, helped you. Neat pictures.


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