HELLO AND WELCOME BACK!
I know it was a little while since I last posted. I have a lot to update you on.
If you remember, in my last post I was talking about my funky green hair that wouldn’t stay green. Well now I have officially given up and it is now back to (near enough) my natural hair colour.
My hair is a little bit worse for wear but it will get better. I have been using argon oil products and hair masks to try and hide the damage and make it feel better. It is important to remember that one episode hair is damaged that’s it, its damaged and everything that claims to repair hair only makes it appear and feel better but the adage it still there. But since there is nothing I can do about it, I think appearing better is good enough for me!
I have decided that it is a good idea to let my hair breathe from now on. My hair wil remain a natural colour for a long time now, or even indefinitely. This doesn’t mean that if I find a colour I really like I won’t dye it but it has to be a colour that I will keep and not change after only 3 months because I’m bored.
The next thing that I wanted to you on is that I have just come back from my holiday to Lake Garda in Italy, which was beautiful. This trip will get a dedicated post of its own because I have so many amazing photos to share.
Speaking of photos, me and James have had a bit of a splurge when it comes to photography. He has just bought a Canon 77D and I have just bought a Nikon F3. These are both completely different great cameras, and with these new additions brings our collective camera family up to 6. I plan t write a post about the cameras and photography and I also have lined up a post specifically about the F3. I will also be setting up a dedicated section of the website/blog to photography.
The last thing I have to say is thank you for being so patient with me and my terrible management of this blog and YouTube channel. I am going back to uni now so I am going to manage my time better and stop being a lazy slob and actively manage my social media.
Thanks for reading, and I hope you enjoyed.