Joanne Jones

Joanne Jones

Queensland / I am a stay at home Mum. I love Cake Decorating & anything cakes.
Joanne Jones
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▶#sarahstyles Have you ever woken up with your hair going everywhere? How about greasy? Flat? All the above? Well, this video might help! ➡How I spruce up bed head / 2nd day hair! None of these tips are reinventing the wheel but this is just how I get the job done. ➡Products used: •1" ToolScience flatiron from @sallybeauty •Vintage silk scarf •@kloraneusa Oatmilk dry shampoo •BTZ Volumizing powder from @sallybeauty •Coffee (optional) mug from @happyrebelbox Cut by @sarahchambray Color ...

▶#sarahstyles Have you ever woken up with your hair going everywhere? How about greasy? Flat? All the above? Well, this video might help! ➡How I spruce up bed head / 2nd day hair! None of these tips are reinventing the wheel but this is just how I get the job done. ➡Products used: •1" ToolScience flatiron from @sallybeauty •Vintage silk scarf •@kloraneusa Oatmilk dry shampoo •BTZ Volumizing powder from @sallybeauty •Coffee (optional) mug from @happyrebelbox Cut by @sarahchambray Color ...

How I Get My Haircut / Michelle Williams Inspired Pixie Cut - YouTube

How I Get My Haircut / Michelle Williams Inspired Pixie Cut - YouTube

❄Quick tutorial using hair accessories to create 3 easy looks. I think these styles are perfect for holiday parties or for dressier occasions. Cue the concentration faces. •Hair pin & comb from @sallybeauty •Headband from @nordstromrack •BTZ Final Take hairspray @sallybeauty

❄Quick tutorial using hair accessories to create 3 easy looks. I think these styles are perfect for holiday parties or for dressier occasions. Cue the concentration faces.

Mini tutorial hair twist!☄ A few of you requested a slower version of this style a couple videos back. You just take two strands and cross them over each other adding a bit of hair each time. Similar to a French braid. I figured I'd put this together before school and work hit!

Mini tutorial hair twist!☄ A few of you requested a slower version of this style a couple videos back. You just take two strands and cross them over each other adding a bit of hair each time. Similar to a French braid. I figured I'd put this together before school and work hit!