i'm asian n i have hair like yours. none of my family members has hair like mine and people tend to make jokes about it since asian are not used to have big hair like mine. I ended up straightening my hair all the time, it makes me sad when even ppl at the salon tease me about my hair. Even when i feel like wearing it natural, i just don't know how to take care of it and there's no one to guide me since i'm the only one with hair like this. Do you have some tips on hair care that u cn gv me?
I know that this can be a work in progress and it is easier said than done but… you need to embrace who you are. Do not let other’s bring you down. People always tend to judge when they lack self love. People will try to bring you down because deep down inside…they envy you. Trust me…just embrace who you are and focus on loving yourself. Try not to focus on changing yourself so that others can accept you…focus on being beautifully you.
PS: Forget the hair tips! I am quite sure your hair is amazing…just rock it! :)
I must admit…. I am not the best at posting consistently! :-/
I am super grateful for my followers and I want to hear from you guys! :)
What types of content would you like to see? Do you want to be a guest blogger? Do you have any suggestions or comments?
Looking forward to hearing from you :)
PS: I have been having issues with dry scalp.
I have used tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, and nourishing conditioners! I am not having any luck! Any suggestions?
Abstract and visually compelling…. this unique piece shows the complexities of love.
Director & Producer: Fernando Vallejo
Love is not love without you
Check out the Q & A- For Love of the Moon did on yours truly! :)
First of all, we are huge fans of your artwork and blog, not to mention your stunning portfolio and impressive style. You have so many talents and passions, is there any project you’ve done that you’re most proud of?
First and foremost thank you so much for extending the invite to feature me on your blog. I am grateful and honored to be a part of your social world! As far as my project that I am most proud of…I would have to say thecollective57.com
I curate for the site and provide social media support. The Collective 57 is a global platform for artists, which gives exposure and opportunity.
To read the full story click: http://forloveofthemoonblog.blogspot.com/2013/09/get-to-know-malliha.html
Photo Credit: Nikki H.
I am ready to fly away… Flutter…flutter…flutter
My latest style post on GUESS:
"Whether I am strolling around town, running errands, traveling, or going out for a night of fun…I always make sure that I have on a classic timepiece. One of my favorite timepieces is this rose gold beauty; you can pair this stylish watch with vibrant colors, a classic little black dress, or sporty sweats. It is a watch that can easily be dressed up or down; it is my best friend no matter the occasion!" - To read the rest visit - http://bit.ly/malistylelesson
"To some plastic surgeons, a naturally stunning woman looks more like a work-in-progress. What does this somewhat terrifying reality say about the state of beauty in our culture?
That’s what photographer Marc Erwin Babej wanted to explore in his new series,"Mask Of Perfection." Babej worked with his close friend, plastic surgeon Maria LoTempio, to illustrate the difference between a woman’s natural beauty and the “correctable flaws” a plastic surgeon has been trained to see. (Scroll down to see the images.)
"The idea came to my head very spontaneously," Babej told the Huffington Post in an interview. "I had been taking portraits and I was on the phone with Maria, and the idea just came to me. I suddenly had this vision in my head — what would Maria mark up on her? What would Maria find about her, from her perspective as a plastic surgeon?"
After some debate, the pair decided to focus solely on women’s faces for this first set of photographs, but are considering a second part to the series which would focus on the rest of the female body.”
To read the rest of the article on Huff Post click - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/23/marc-erwin-babej-mask-of-perfection_n_3641246.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000009