My years of hair-perimentation eventualy left me for a need to have simpler hair without dipdye, highlights, extentions, bleach or the carefully-crafted curls that fashiongirls rock. My hair meets the blowdryer ever now and then, or the straightener, and a whole lot of hairmasks, ofcourse.
2. My jeans-preference
Fast forward 2013 and they are still there.I don't mind a pair of skinnies every now and then but where are the flares, the bootcuts & the pencil shapes? My lower body likes to store a bit of curves and the skinnies are basically not the most flattering shape for a feminine pear-shape.
So more variety in the shops or online in jeans-choices would be good
I'm already a 5.10" and the phrase "the taller the better" might work brilliantly during fashionweeks, but not for running to catch a train.
Also, disconnection! I love a high heel every now and then but the platform makes it feel like I loose connection with the floor beneath.
4. I'm not really into Starbucks
Come on,! Too much temptation, a wait too long and a price quite steep (that's in Holland, in other countries there are about $2 cheaper). There are other coffee-sellers just as good (especially when you go for a plain, caloriefree one anyway) and with less hassle.
Only, you will look less fashionable, but would I care?
5. I don't do seductive fashion-smiles
|Pivovarova doing thé smile: can anyone pronounce her last name?|
I don't want to use the word manrepeller as the gorgeous Leandra coined this one perfectly. Actually, I don't want to repel any man because I like a couple of them and they can be really lovely. I just feel icky about the fashionsmile which doesn't come naturally to me.
I can smile in front of the camera, but it's seldom a seductive fashion smile.