SEEING IT, LOVING IT, ENCOURAGING IT

by - Monday, February 10, 2014

SEEING IT, LOVING IT, ENCOURAGING IT




SEEING IT, LOVING IT, ENCOURAGING IT




























































It's pretty much to ask of a little girl to have her hair a certain way so we don't. Interestingly enough all the layers that grew the way only nature can explain are here to stay, slightly trimmed every quarter and styled according to latest Disney trends. It's more of an adventure now and as a result she turns down all hair accessories, artful braids I was so good at and with carefree attitude embraces messy-chic hairstyle even without teasing or blow drying in the opposite of hair growth direction (although we do it for fun). I do it regularly, skip unnecessary styling and don't always pull it off instantly so it really isn't about practice. Seeing strands of hair peeking out cautiously from behind ears tickling exposed skin on Nadia's neck I realize this has to be taken personally because apart from prying how Rapunzel is styling her roots this is how I've been wearing mine - low ponytail adorned with a simple elastic and a streak of hair dangling optimistically on a surface of my cheek. I'll even go a step further and say that hair should be a little rebellious, preferably styled with a little bit of morning attitude. x

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13 comments

  1. So cute! I love her hair. By the way, I haven't forgotten about your sweet request from a few posts ago, and I'm hoping to get to it soon! Thanks for tagging me! And I'm glad you like the new blog design. :)

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    1. I've just read your answers, I loved you wanted to be a coffee shop singer, how unique and fun. I'd choose your shop above any other. xxx

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  2. Beautiful eyes!!! so pretty girl. I invite you to visit my blog, NEW POST

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    xoxo

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  3. She is so cute! I know how difficult it is to style they hair, I have two nieces ;) XO

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    1. It was easy in the past, I had a vision and she was reasonably patient. Now it's her vision lol xx

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  4. Hi Eli!!!! Congratulations to your blog and also for your beautiful daughter!
    Kisses,
    Eni K.

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    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eniwhere-Fashion/495867350525920

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  5. She's so cute! I guess little girls do already have a certain own way on styling! :)

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    1. Definitely! It can start as early as after the second birthday and provide a lifetime of surprises ;)

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  6. The bigger she gets the more alike you both become. And I love watching it x

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    1. Please don't refer to my messy hair and occasional sweatpants. ;)

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    2. If it creates you, I love it wholeheartedly XX

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