Updating my hair style

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It’s the first time in a few years that I’ve actually bought clothes I want instead of just an occasional item I need to replace. Also, about two weeks ago I went to the optician and ordered new glasses, my old ones have completely wrong strength since my visual defect has gotten worse since I got them, and since that was about 5 years ago I’m not surprised.

I’ve been using contacts for the last two years and haven’t cared about updating my glasses.

Many women refer to the age of 50 as their second youth and the time when they can finally enjoy life to its fullest.

When you are over 50, that doesn’t mean you must choose some specific styles and stop doing something you liked before. So, your favorite pixie, bob or a graded cut are still with you, because they are timeless.

Thick hair looks awesome in layered medium/long styles, and you can try anything from an extra short pixie to long bobs, whether you prefer curls, waves or straight tresses.

Grey hairs are a common problem of all women over 50.

So I should get both regular glasses and sunglasses in the beginning of next week.

So when I get the glasses I’ll be playing around to find the right makeup for when I’m using them.

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I was dying to try The Body Shop Vanilla Pumpkin line, but ya know budget. The second eyeshadow palette is a Sleek palette I had my eye on for a while, it’s Palette Enchanted Forest*. I’m trying to find a new foundation to rock my socks and I’m a fan of GOSH, so I thought I’d try the X-Ceptional Wear Foundation*, fingers crossed.

I’m also thinking of changing my hair, cutting it to middle length, somewhere between the chin and shoulders and colouring it close to my natural colour. I’ll show pictures of everything when I get it/use it.

That might have to wait a while though due to the cost.

30plusblogs, autumn eyeshadow, budget friendly, chanel chance, colour freedom, Colourless Hair Colour Remover, drugstore, Eden Perfumes, Enchanted Forest, eyeshadow palette, fire vixen, GOSH, GOSH Cosmetics, hand cream, handcream, haul, highlight palette, highlighter palette, highstreet, Live Metallics, Makeup Revolution, Metallic Silver, Moringa Hand Cream, mua, Mystic Purple, perfume, Pro Eyeshadow Palette, schwarzkopf, schwarzkopf live, Sleek, sleek makeup, the body shop, vanilla pumpkin, Wild Argan Oil Hand Cream, x-ceptional wear foundation So I may be on a budget, but I fancied updating my makeup and beauty in general to go with the change in seasons, so I did! Let’s start with hair – I’m dying to change it entirely so I’m going with purple and silver.

First I’m going to hopefully remove most of the colour using the Colourless Hair Colour Remover Max Condition*, fingers crossed.

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