Tuesday, August 20, 2013

DIY Sun burst tie dye shirt

Hey guys! I back with another DIY. Tie dye is a staple piece in my closet and it's extremely easy to make. I wanted to make something different instead of the same spiral one I always make so I ended up doing a sun burst kind of shirt. Well anyways, enjoy!

Materials needed:
- Gloves      - Bucket
- Rit dye      - Rubber bands
- White T-shirt
1. You're going to start to put rubber bands on your shirt. Pinch a piece of the shirt and let it hang, place the rubber band an inch away from your finger. (see in picture below)

2. Prepare the dye. Follow the instruction on your dye bottle because every dye is different and remember to wear gloves! I used hot water because the color stays better.
3. Place the shirt in the dye for about 10 to 15 minutes! When the time is up, spray the shirt with the hose until the water runs clear. 
4. Take the rubber bands off.
That's it! I hope you enjoyed this DIY.

Thursday, August 15, 2013


Top: Wilson's Leather
Skirt: Charlotte Russe
Shoes: H&M 

Back to school outfits

Jeggings: Hollister 
Sneakers: Urban Outfitters 

Striped top: Cotton On
Jeggings: Hollister
Flats: Forever 21

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

DIY American flag shorts

Materials needed:
- A pair of light wash shorts
- Red and Blue tie dye
- Bleach
- Tape
- Empty spray bottle

1. Pour bleach into the empty spray bottle and spray the bleach all over the front side of your shorts. You can spray every 20 minutes until the shorts are almost completely white and wait til they're dry before continuing the next step.
2. Take your tape and cut out strips for the stripes on the flag. Choose one side of the shorts to place the strips, you can have as many strips as you like.
3. On the other side of your shorts will be the stars. Take your tape and draw stars on them and then cut them out. Place them on the shorts anywhere you like.TAPE OFF THE REST OF THE SHORTS SO DYE DOESN'T BLEED. (mistake I made)
4. Since you won't be needing the bleach anymore, dump the rest of it back into its original container. Take the red dye and pour it into the spray bottle. Obviously stripes are red so start spraying the stripe side of the shorts with the red dye. DO NOT spray a lot or the dye will bleed through, spray every 5 minutes or so.
5. Dump the red dye and pour the blue dye into the spray bottle, repeat the same step (number 4).
6. When completely dry, take the tape off and hand wash your shorts.

There you have it! Your own DIY American flag shorts, you're official ready for the 4th of July! Please feel free to ask any questions and I hope you enjoy!


Sunday, June 16, 2013

DIY Floral headband

Hey guys! I've been extremely busy and I made this DIY a while back but never up loaded it. Lately I've been obsessing over mulberry paper roses because there are endless projects that you can make with these. Well anyways, since it's summer, you'll probably see a lot of floral crowns so this is my version. It's a nice way to make a outfit look chic and classy. I hope you enjoy!

- Mulberry paper roses (I got mine from amazon)
- A plain headband

1. Take your paper roses (there should be a wire end to it) and wrap the wire around the headband.
2. Keep doing this until you've reached the desired length of the roses.
Simple as that!

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Oh Daisy!

Work out and eat right.

REVIEW: L'OREAL wild ombre kit

Since summer is just a few weeks away, I wanted to spice up my old hair and dye it a lighter shade than what I had before. I hate dying my whole head because when roots come in... that's a no no to me. So I decided to dip dye my hair, my original plan was to dip dye it lilac, but I wanted a more calmer look. My manager actually told me about this kit and I'm pretty satisfied with it. I was scared, at first, about messing up but then I realized it didn't have to be perfect! The messier it is, the better! This ombre kit was simple as 123, it was basically self explanatory. The comb that came with the kit made things a lot more easier (I forgot to take a picture of it). I love my hair and over all I give this review a 10/10!

Friday, March 8, 2013

DIY: Spiked Barrett

Here's a quick DIY for ya. I love this DIY because it's a fast way to cute hair.It's extremely simple and chic.Enjoy!

Materials needed: 
-Hot glue gun or any type of glue that is durable 

1. Pre-place the spikes to see how you would like to have them.
2. Warm up the hot glue and start gluing them on.
Simple as that!

Friday, February 15, 2013

DIY Leather bow

Leather will ALWAYS be a part of my wardrobe no matter what time period. It's just a classic to have. I guess I created this bow to give my hair do some punk and rock, haha. What's more chic than a faux leather bow? Anyways, enjoy! 

Materials needed:
-Leather fabric          -Pen/pencil
-Hot glue gun            -Ruler
-Barrette                   -Scissors 
-Spikes/studs (optional)

1. Cut the fabric 11.5'' by 3.5''
2. Fold in/glue down seams with an allowance of 1/4-1/2'' wide
3. Mark down the mid point of the bow and glue both sides to the middle
4. Cut a small 1/2 inch piece for the pinch of the bow
5. Bring the sides of leather together form the bow shape
6. Hot glue the middle of the bow with the small piece you just cut
7. Stud it (optional)
8. Hot glue the barrette 

Saturday, January 12, 2013

DIY iPhone case cover

Hello iPhone lovers! I'm definitely the type of person to hoard iPhone cases so this is perfect for me because I don't have to keep purchasing different cases just because of their color or pattern. It's like an addiction now, I find myself cutting more paper and replacing my cover everyday. I can have a cover for every outfit I wear for the rest of my life if I wanted to, but that's just crazy.Well anyways, I really hope you guys enjoyed this DIY and that ya'll have fun while doing it also! 

Materials needed: 
-Transparent iPhone case (you can find one on Amazon or eBay) 
-Scrapbook paper/any paper material 
-X-acto knife (optional) 
-Pen or pencil

1. Take your iPhone and trace the outline of it on to your scrapbook paper. Like this:

2. Cut it out and test to see if it fits snug into your transparent case. If not, tweak it a little.
3. Then with the paper still in the case, flip the over so that the patterned paper faces you. You're then going to trace the camera hole and cut it out. For a cleaner hole opening, use an X-acto knife.

Then you're done! Well la, not hard at all. 
Another cool thing is that you can use photos too! 

Friday, January 11, 2013


Blackmilk leggings? More like Romwe leggings! I definitely can not afford leggings at the price of $75, but for the price of $14.99 is a steal! I got so lucky when I caught the half off sale on Romewe. They're originally around $20-$35 and if you sign up, you receive a 20% off coupon. I'm so ecstatic for them to come in the mail! 

Feel like a Celebrity

Today, I recently found out about this website, It's probably the BEST website I've seen if you're looking to buy a lovely dress for a cheap price (nothing over $200!). This website remakes the dress you see on celebrities at events like the Grammys, Emmys, and other red carpet events. You're guaranteed to turn heads on special occasions like prom, a party, or a pageant. You can feel like a celebrity and not have to pay the price of looking like one. Their dresses are not only jaw dropping but extremely affordable also.