Anonymous asked: Look in to where Tiffany's & Co, gets their diamonds and precious metals from.
For instance, Tiffany does not sell rubies. Most rubies come from Burma, followed by Thailand. Since you can’t guarantee that the Thai rubies aren’t actually Burmese, Tiffany refuses to buy or sell any rubies at all.
If I ever become the kind of person who would only accept a Tiffany engagement ring, it would be for three reasons: because they’re one of the few companies that can afford to work with platinum; because they are one of only two companies large enough to cut their diamonds for quality and maximum shine rather than size; and most of all, because they are such big supporters of ethical sourcing and the Kimberley Process, and they can afford to independently source their diamonds to guarantee that all have come from reputable mines that don’t support conflict.
There is no other jeweller in the world that can match those claims.
I’m more of an opal girl though.
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Is dating a fashion blogger the male equivalent of dating a dude in a band?
No but dating a fashun blogger is.
Anonymous asked: tell us all your hair secrets and please don't say it just dries like that?
HAIR ANONS ARE THE BEST ANONS.
OK. I will tell you all my secrets. They’re hard won. I’ve come a long way since a horrible girl in Grade 5 looked at the tangled mess at the back of my head and said “Ugh, it looks like a rat’s nest!” The compliments I get now, plus the fact that that girl now looks like an ugly man, are the only reasons I’ve been able to move on from that particular childhood memory.
The way my hair dries naturally is very Hermione so take that into account.
How To My Hair:
- Wash your hair once a week. This is important. The hairwashing routine should take you at least an hour, or you’re doing it wrong. And who has time to spend longer than an hour on their hair more than once a week?
- Use whatever shampoo you like (I like baby shampoo because my scalp throws a tantrum otherwise) but only shampoo your roots and always follow with huge dollops of Aveda’s Be Curly conditioner (avoiding roots and fringe). I paid [embarrassingly large amount] for a huge bottle on StrawberryNet back when I was living with the crazy Preston couple (so I’d guess late 2010?). I use heaps at a time and my bottle’s still going strong.
- Leave it in for as long as you can before rinsing. I don’t know if this helps but it makes me feel better about how much $$$ I spent on it.
- Rinse your hair in cold water at the end of the shower to prevent frizz.
- Brush your hair super gently from the ends to prevent breakage. Don’t rub your hair with the towel, just squeeze and pat it.
- Let your hair airdry for as long as possible. While still damp, spray heat protectant and rub a little bit of Aveda’s Be Curly Curl Enhancer (expensive but again, I’m still using a bottle from 2010 - you only need a tiny amount) and Moroccan Oil (the cheap supermarket brand works fine) into your ends. The oil is the most important step.
- Before your hair gets too dry, blow dry your fringe, first in one direction for a while, then the other. A hairdryer once told me that you should always blowdry your hair in the opposite direction you’d like it to fall. Blow drying it both ways is supposed to get rid of the cowlick she told me I have.
- Blowdry your roots while holding your head upside down. This is important! Volume is key.
- I always experiment with different things at this point but the result is about the same regardless. Because my hair tends to be frizzy I like to curl it around in two or four pieces and blow dry them, but that sacrifices volume a bit. Probably the most effective thing I’ve done is to put the hairdryer on low power and blow dry upwards (no diffuser nozzle, I don’t understand those). But sometimes that gives me frizz issues, which I would tame by using a curling iron on the disappointing tendrils, if I have the time and energy. Sometimes I let it airdry. I know that’s against the rules and I’m sorry, but I do a lot of prep work!
- Between washes, Klorane dry shampoo the shit out of your fringe (and roots, when necessary). Also wear a plait to sleep so you don’t get tangles.
If you don’t have Hermione hair this is probably no good to you but if you do, you’re welcome.
Also if this question was specifically about how I get my hair to look like it does in the “My face.” link, I can’t tell you, I just know it was hairdresser magic with a large barrelled round metal brush and a blowdryer. There was also hairspray, which I don’t believe in because tangles.
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