The next shot was the same day at Trevi Fountain, and it’s a good shot of the front of my hair and how I swooped the twists down so they didn’t look so “mohawky”.
Here’s an even better shot from the same day when I was standing in the courtyard of The Vatican City. You can see the top twists swooped down and tucked into the bottom of the big twist puff.
I shared this before but thought I’d toss it up once again. This statue of a Roman woman was inside the Vatican, and I though it looked like huge flattwists pulled back into a bun.
Alright, here I was a day at sea, goofing around in the room with hubby. I just let the front of the twists hang down to the side like bangs, and I think the back was rolled up into a floppy french twist thingy and secured with a large Goody flex barrette (I swear I love those things!)
Aaaaaaaand this would be the “goofing off part” HA!
Chilling in the room with the twists let loose.
This was a formal night at dinner and hubby and I got our tablemates to snap this picture of us in the dining room. KAPOW!
You know I wouldn’t let you go without a close up of the style for the formal night. I swooped the top part of the twists down and under, every one going to the right.
Here is the left side, which gives you a better understanding of what I mean. The top and back sections are all going to the right side of my head. The back into a frenchroll and the toop just swooped under and pinned down.
Here is a great shot of the back. I made this style up as I went (which I do 90% of the time) and I thought in the end it was “ok” but I could’ve done better. Either way, looking back at the pictures now I think the twists look so nice, shiny and full so I’d say it was an overall winner.
Until next time Glam Fam I wish you
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