You will not believe this but I won tickets to see Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein from an amazing blog called Classic Forever! TCM has been having a series of films out once a month to be seen in a theater. That is how I saw The Birds last month and I really wanted to see this one but didn't think it would happen for me and then I won! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!
So today that is where I will be heading! I decided to also take this opportunity to dress up especially since I really haven't had a chance to since June. I know that's a long time, right? My friend Sean from The Fictionista kindly lent me one of her amazing dresses for a photo shoot I was going to have this month. Well, things got incredibly busy and there seemed to be no time to have my shoot so I thought I wouldn't have a chance to wear it especially since she went through all the trouble to send it to me. I figured, why not wear it today!!?? I'd like to say a HUGE thank you to Sean for being so kind to me and being such a sweet friend!
To add to my special classic cinema event and dressing up, I realized I need to practice a hairstyle because I have been a very bad Bunny and have not practiced since June...again...I know! I found this sweet tutorial by a blogger called Thin Invisible Steel. I tried it out on Monday and below are my results. What do you think?
1950's Hair Tutorial
I have noticed many vintage hair tutorials the persons hair is either straight or very thin-mine is neither. My hair is VERY thick! So I wanted you to see how it looked after I took it out after having my sponge rollers in all night.
This is how it looked afterwards. I think I need more of my anti-frizz cream and also some more hair spray. Oh yeah and a hair flower in my hair...LOL But it's not that bad right?? I defiantly need to find myself like five standard hairstyles that I can do really well.
I look forward to sharing with you all my adventure with Frankenstein and his bride but also my how my hair turned out and well of course my outfit hehe
If any of you have any hairstyles that you can recommend-let me know. I would love to hear what works for you and what tutorials are your favorites!