Mid way through slicing & chopping I thought about Lindsey's photo project. Here's my contribution for today. Being little in stature I find standard work surface heights uncomfortable. This is my pull out step which makes kitchen life easier #tetdailyphoto#tet_n04#practical#secretstep
I try to keep my hairstyles simple enough for ANYONE to do (as long as your princess will hold still for you!) I've had a request for a topsy tutorial! 1⃣ part a section of hair into a square - I always work with wet hair! 2⃣ add an elastic about one inch from the scalp (some people like their elastics loose, but I prefer them tight, they hold better/longer) 3⃣ using a comb, split the inch of hair in half to make a little hole (make sure you don't have ANY loose hairs in the hole - this step is the most important for a clean and flyaway-free topsy!!) 4⃣ 👉KEEP THE COMB IN THE HOLE👈, flip the pony to the front, stick your pointer finger through the hole, now you can remove the comb, grab the pony with your pointer like a hook and pull back through 5⃣ tighten like you would on a regular ponytail! 🌟That's it!🌟 It takes some practice, but it gets easier with time! Good luck! If you have other tutorial requests, let me know!