Six years later! I love this man more than anything in the world (other than Sophia) 💕💕😍😍
Duck Liver Pate w/ Orange Curd and toasts - beautiful!
On Christmas Day, 1616, an English adventurer named Nathaniel Courthope stepped ashore on a remote island in the East Indies. His task was to persuade the islanders to grant him a monopoly over their nutmeg, a fabulously valuable spice in Europe. The author of this amazing tale, Giles Milton, will be talking all about this book at this year's Ginger and Spice festival..... tickets are available now via the website and our what's on page. BOOK NOW! #spices #nutmeg #spicetraderoutes #books #MarketDrayton #gingerandspice
Preparing myself with one bottle of sunscreen +50 and the first thing I'll probably buy is another one. #gingerproblems
Greece and @venlanikulainen
see you soon! 🇬🇷😍
It’s the first day of summer which means... it’s my #birthday
Slay your own dragons, Princess
Twisted Tuesday!!!! Take any ordinary pose and give it a twist. You'll notice your shoulders opening up more, your core engage, and improve digestion. I love twisting in yoga poses of all sorts. What's your favorite twist?! P.s. Join me tomorrow for a Barre and yoga fusion class @s_fit_team
from 7 to 8 pm! See you on the mat.
Tell me are you dying to be with me like I’m living to be with you.
Two opportunities to take my class this Sunday at 2 different locations!!!! You don't want to miss it.
Sunday 6/17/18 @rock.river.yoga
from 8:30 to 9:30 am
And then @s_fit_team
from 10:30 to 11:30 am!!! Double the fun or double the trouble? Or maybe double the core work? Come find out!!!! P. S. This photo was taken before I got my Tom Petty tattoo on my arm but I love it anyway ;)
So last night I decided to try henna in my hair. I bought the rouge one from @lushcosmetics
as the reviews were amazing for it. Take a look at the before and after photos.
My thoughts?! I love that it is not a fake red and is more ginger red and natural looking. I love that the bar is big enough to do my hair twice! And I love that it gave me natural highlights without having to use any chemicals!
The process is a little different than regular hair dye. You break apart the henna bar and pour boiling water over it to get a sludgy cake batter like consistency. This takes a little bit for the bar to break down and mixture to get thick. The smaller you cut, shed, or break the pieces of the bar the quicker... More surface area exposed. Once you have the mix just like any other dye you put it on with either a brush or your hands (of course either way use gloves!!) The dye is very thick and can be lumpier than regular bottled dye but that's ok just throw a towel on the floor in case any falls to the ground. Leave in for 2 to 4 hours and wash out. I left mine for 2 as my hair is pretty good at taking to these sort of things. If you wrap your hair in plastic wrap you'll get a richer red if you didn't you get a more brown auburn tint... I left mine unwrapped in a bun because I naturally have red in my hair so I wanted a more copper tone effect.
Let me know how your experience goes or if you have any questions.