How to wear flowers in your hair - a cheat's guide. Autumn
Do you remember in the summer when we all wore flowers in our hair? Here is how to do it in the Autumn. The blogs are awash with floral masterpieces and diamante wonders. We'll stick to the floral variety, you'll need a whole other blog for the diamante, or maybe Kirstie will cover it next week?
1. Start with a headband, some wire, and autumn fancies, rosehips, hydrangea, dried lavender, eucalyptus, that sort of thing, nothing too stiff.
2. Bundle together a couple of bunches of these bits, and wrap wire around them, leaving a bit spare on either end. cut to about an inch in length
3. Wrap the wire around the headband, and cover the first sets stems with the heads of the second set. You could cover the whole band if you like. Whatever.
4. Apply to head. You can tie a bit of ribbon over the loose ends as before, but just fluff your hair over it. Labour saving.
Thankfully i will not be taking up a career as a portrait photographer, self or otherwise. Nice use of negative space....
Enjoy, make whole crowns, wear them across your forehead in a boho style, or tuck a bit of hydrangea behind your ear.
The Christmas version is going to be "to die for"
Posted by Miss Pickering at 10:02 AM