Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Bring Back the Broccoli Sprout Hair


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Wearing: Top- Homemade  Skirt- Forever21  Shoes- thrifted  #teenvogue

First things first..
  • Broccoli Sprout Hair= when your hair is in such a high ponytail your mom says you look like a sprout of broccoli.
  • I put way too many ties on my top, please excuse my bow obsession.
  • and to give you an Iggy reference, I'm the realest.

Considering I haven't posted since November, 
I owe you a huge apology,
which I'm going to give to you in the form of a list telling you exactly how to bring back the broccoli sprout hair.
1)  Buy a scrunchie.
2)  Pull the top half of your hair (where you make your part in the morning) back with your hands.
3)  Pull it up so that this section is sticking straight up.
4)  Tie it with a hair tie first, then a scrunchie if you want it to last all day.
5)  Ask your mom if you look like a sprout of broccoli, and, if your mom isn't home, check your fridge for broccoli.



Until next November (it's okay, I'm just kidding),