Your wedding day is one of the most important, special days of your life. As the bride, all eyes will be on you and your style will be immortalized in countless photographs you’ll likely keep around for life. That being said, it’s natural to want to look your best on your big day.
These 10 wedding updo hairstyles for women combine classic, timeless style with modern trends to create truly gorgeous updo styles that are not outdated or overdone. They are also comfortable for all-day wear during your ceremony and are surprisingly simple, so they’re definitely practical for weddings on a budget. Every bride deserves to feel nothing short of beautiful on her wedding day, and choosing one of these wedding updo hairstyles can help you look and feel your best on your special day.
1. Curled Bun Updo with Floral HeadbandHair and beauty
For a special event like a wedding, you will put a lot of thought into what you are going to wear. You will also be thinking about your hair and makeup, but you need to make sure you don’t forget about your nails. Your nails are an important part of your wedding look, too! With that said we have found 23 stunning wedding nails that you need to see. There are some elegant and beautiful designs for brides. Take a look, any one of these will be perfect for any wedding day!
1. Elegant, Matte Love Nails
Weddings are all about love so celebrate that with your nails! This first nail idea features light nails with two accent designs. One of the nails has the letters ‘l’ and ‘o’ and the other has ‘v’ and ‘e’ which spell love. The design is elegant and is perfect for the occasion. You can create letters by hand with a stencil or with a sticker.
A smiling postman in Chicago poses with a load of Christmas parcels in 1929
Christmas time in the city is one of the greatest times of the year. People are smiling, the snow is falling, and presents are being opened by boys and girls alike. You’ve heard that the United States Post Office delivers whether there’s rain sleet or snow, and in that case that claim goes double because this happy go lucky postman is working on Christmas Day. In the 1920s the postal service didn’t have nearly as many people working for them as they do now, and they definitely have the shipping technology to get packages across the country in an expedient way. The packages may not have arrived as quickly as they could, but it fee...
Travelling in a van is a great way to see the world on a shoestring budget, so it’s no wonder that living the van life has taken off and become such a popular lifestyle choice. The booming number of vandwellers has been helped along the way by many vanlife blogs and van life influencers. However, living in a compact camper van isn’t always going to be as straightforward or as perfect as it looks on Instagram, so we’re here to give you ten camper life tips to help you on your way before hitting the road full time in your tiny home.
Van life travel is a fantastic experience; it’s incredible to be able to take your tiny house with you wherever you go and wake up in a new place every day but living in a van can be an adjustment. Living in small campers takes practise, but there are things that make travel in a van easier and more enjoyable, so read on if you want to get the best experience possible when you embark on your off grid adventure.
When they first bring home a new puppy many people immediately focus on obedience.
While obedience training is great and starting as early as possible will set your puppy up for success it is not the most important part of raising a puppy, contrary to the old saying “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” there is no time limit through obedience training, we can teach a dog to sit at eight weeks old or we can teach a dog to sit at eight years old, while the training will go easier if your puppy is learning right from the beginning you can also train older dogs to the same level with just a bit more work and patience; so rather than overdoing your obedience training your first priority as a new puppy par...
Digi-see, digi-hear, digi-know Digimon was being rebooted? Unreleated to the upcoming Digimon Adventure Last Evolution (which is more or less in continuity with the original series), this new series is set to restart Digimon where it first began with some key changes to the original story. Below we've got the first teaser trailer that shows off some new art from the series.
Digimon Adventure Reboot Trailer
While the free upgrade to Windows 10 offer has now expired, Microsoft has still left a route open for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users to switch to the newer OS.
With Windows 7 having now entered its End of Life phase on January 14, 2020, it's now more important than ever that Windows 7 users upgrade as soon as possible, and in this guide we'll show you how to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, even if the offer has officially expired.
The process of how to upgrade to Windows 10 for free is so simple, in fact, that we have a suspicion that Microsoft not only knows about the loophole, but also quietly approves of it.
Microsoft may rather take the financial hit and make it easy for people to upgrade to Windows 10, rather than them sticking with Windows 7, which could potentially become a security risk as no new patches or updates will be released for the operating system, or worse, switch from Windows to a free alternativ...
Are you here to learn about the 12 most popular cat breeds? well, in this article we will cover the most popular cat breeds of the time.
No doubt, cats are stated as domestic and purebred. When we say domestic, that is mean those cats don’t have a full-blooded linage history. When it comes to purebred, we can observe a rich linage history. However, three leading associations have recognized the purebred cats; these are:
- The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA): 44 breeds
- Fédération Internationale Féline (FIFe): 43 breeds
- International Cat Association (TICA): 58 breeds
Those cats which are not recognized by these associations are not seen as most commo...
Love DIY projects? We’ve got a super fun one for you today: pop up cards!
Now when a family member or friend has a birthday – you can give them a special card that has that extra “Wow!” to it, all without spending as much as buying another gift for them. Best of all, making pop up cards is a lot of fun too.
Now, this is a terrific DIY project to do as a family – so let your kids & teens make pop up cards too! But do keep in mind they may need a bit of supervision – because most pop up cards are made with an x-acto knife and scissors. Keep your child’s age and experience with these tools in mind when do...