#AccessoriesAreMyThing: Must-Have Short Hair Accessories
Morning Peeps, first things first, to all my Old Readers, well not old OOOld…erm, you know what I mean. Anyhoo, I hope you have all clicked the Follow or Subscribe option on my new blog, so you are kept up to date with my posts. Some Followers have asked if my new blog will still pop up on their WordPress Reader, and I’ll ask my Blog developer about this, but in the meantime Following/Subscribing to my new blog is the best option.
Now back to the matter at hand- y’all didn’t think I’d forgotten about my #AccessoriesAreMyThing series did you? Shorthaired Folk, I’ve got your back: Continue Reading…
Today I’m showing you one of the ways I like to pimp my short Afro: with ‘Look At Me’ hair combs. When it comes to accessories, I gravitate more towards gold, but every now and then a Diamante meets Bling piece can stop me in my tracks…
I also like to pair my diamante floral comb with this Razzle Dazzle ear cuff. Speaking of ear cuff earrings, now I have short hair, I’m kinda obsessed with them: my only beef is I find they either fall off too easily or pinch my earlobe and hurt like the very devil after a short while. Does anyone else have this problem? So why do I bother with them: coz erm, they look so cooool. And erm, I think they elongate the neck, which is a rather attractive feature when one rocks short hair. Erm.
The necklace I’m wearing is from the fab Accessories & Clothing online store, Tessies. They gifted it to me last year and I display it in my flat like a piece of art. I’d love to be able to travel far and wide buying jewellery from all corners of the globe and hang them on my walls…
In a nutshell for any of you rocking Short Afro/TWAs or have short hair in general, if not having locks to seductively fan your face makes you feel more Girl meets Boy as opposed to a WO! Man: invest in statement hair combs, ear accessories and necklaces that highlight your face and overall appearance.
Ultra-feminine accessories like these are like taking a mighty dose of oestrogen and progesterone: Try it!
Photographer: Patricia Santos