Apologies for my lack of posts of late. Last week, I came down with a chronic sinus infection, leaving me bed ridden for almost a week. So, now I'm back with a vengeance and I'm scoring a new look, thanks to the fabulous hairdressers at Rokk Ebony salon.
I'm really enjoying my new hair. It's much lighter now, which I love. The caramel highlights have lifted my skin tone and added more warmth to my face. I love my new cut too. Seriously, 3 inches off makes a huge difference to the health of your hair. I don't know if I could ever have it really long again, but we'll wait and see.
Today has been such a wonderful day. My husband and I spent the day in beautiful Queenscliff, one of the first places to be put on the map in Victoria, all those years ago. We stocked up on our favourite Homebody homemade soaps and enjoyed a very relaxing lunch together.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Yours in style,
Scarf & sweater: Eugenie Cashmere
Congratulations.....love your rocking new hair!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Rebecca! Have a great day!Delete
I love your fringe! It frames your face so well and makes your eyes pop :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Abby! What a lovely compliment.Delete
Came here blog hopping & loved your blog.
Do drop by my blogs sometime. And do follow if you like! :)
COLOR SPLASH with accessories!
Bhusha's LESSER KNOWN INDIA!
Thanks heaps! Glad you found my blog.Delete
I'd LOVE a new follower!
Love your haircut! So cute!ReplyDelete
Thanks Teresa! So sweet of you. xDelete
Your new hair looks AMAZING! Let's follow each other?ReplyDelete
Oh thanks so much Olivia! Really appreciate your lovely comment!!Delete
Yes, let's follow eachother. x
The hair colour is so lovely on you! I used to go to Rokk Ebony and they were great!ReplyDelete
PS love the cashmere jumper you have on - it looks really soft and warm
Would love for you to follow me too :)
Thanks so much Tien! Yes, I saw you used to live in Melbourne. My cashmere dress is so very soft & cosy!Delete
Your hair looks cute:)ReplyDelete
I noticed you have a lot of great cashmere things.......lucky you! I guess they are perfect for winter!