I’ve told you all how I’m no girly girl.
At least I wasn’t for a long time. I considered myself a tomboy. I enjoyed getting out and getting dirty. Playing with the boys. I have 2 older brothers that I always looked up to, and wanted to be like them.
I don’t wear makeup. I’m not a very good hair-doer (unless I spend uber amounts of time I don’t have to get it right). And, I’m just not very stylish. I’m working on that one though. I want more cute and fun styles.
I want my girls to have a sense of fashion that their mother lacks. So they can put themselves together, look nice, but also value themselves for who they are, not what the look like. The joys of trying to balance life and values.
I was really excited to get to review a product from HairCoverings.com again (they sent my girls a pretty hat and flower clip last year). This year I was looking more for me. I wanted something to add, that still kept me, me. I’m pretty happy with this black scarf I received. Since it’s black I can pair it with just about any outfit for a little dressier feel. Despite it’s thin feel, it actually kept my neck nice and warm on a cold night.
As you can probably guess, my oldest is quite the girly girl. I received the black scarf just in time to wear to her ballet recital.
Princess V absolutely loves dancing, and really enjoys her new dance studio (I was so glad we found one in the area thanks to TimeDog). You can see she is quite the Diva, as she leaves the stage waving to her fans.
I love the wide range of products I can get from HairCoverings.com as well as the reasonable pricing. I have a feeling I’ll be visiting them many times over the years for all my girly girl needs.
*I have to add though, working with their PR was a bit confusing at times, but everything fell into place, and overall I am happy to work with them.