Another busy week in the Wolfe casa has passed and I’m so thankful to the Lord for allowing us to have such a great weekend! I was able to go to a Fresh Grounded Faith conference here in Waco for women around the town to attend, Mathew and I took Addie to the zoo, and we were able to spend some time with family of mine. It was a bit crazy but it was a lot of fun. I’m really starting to feel like we are able to do so much more with Addie now that she likes getting out of the house. I also sent out my very first newsletter this past Friday. I anticipate sending out a newsletter every Friday showcasing the posts that you may have missed throughout the week, giveaways that I’m having, a little Young Living stuff, and a Q&A session. I’ll be posting information on Facebook soon on how you can submit your questions, and I’m excited to see what you all want me to answer! This week on Mom Hair Monday, I’m going for a Two Minute Tuck hairstyle because it’s super fast but looks like you put in a ton of effort. We don’t have any plans for the beginning of the week, but I still want to make sure my hair looks fab without doing too much to it.
Tee: Go Shout Love– Home Is Where You Are, Earrings: Rocksbox Kendra Scott Elle Silver Earrings in Slate Cat’s Eye (use code vintagemodernwifexoxo for $ off), Makeup: Foundation- Benefit Big Easy in Fair, Concealer- Tarte CC Undereye Collector in Light-Medium, Brows- Anastasia Brow Wiz in Taupe, Eyeshadow- Naked on the Run with MAC Rushmetal pigment, Eyeliner- MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack, Mascara- Benefit They’re Real, Blush-Urban Decay Naked Flushed, Highlighter- Benefit Sunbeam and Benefit Watts Up, Lipstick- MAC Ramblin’ Rose, Lashes- Ardell
Remember: The goal of Mom Hair Monday? To give you a cute, functional hairstyle that will take you from drab to fab in 5 minutes or less. 5 minutes is all we have, right moms? I’ll be showing you my tried and true hairstyles that are no fuss but look like you put in a ton of effort.
What will you need for the Two Minute Tuck?
Second day hair (preferably that was curled the previous day) and an elastic beaded headband.
Here’s how to do it:
1. You will want to have second day hair for this tutorial. If not, use a dry shampoo on your roots to help your elastic beaded headband stay on your head. I curled my hair the day before, and since I naturally have curly hair, my curls stayed pretty well. If you have the time, curl your hair with a curling wand. If not, that’s ok! Part your hair down the middle and put your headband on your head, with the front of it on your forehead for that boho look.
2. Grab your hair at the nape of your neck. You’ll want to leave a few strands by the front of your face out to keep it looking a little undone.
3. Take your hair and tuck it into the headband. You’ll want to make sure you roll it into the headband a bit, so it doesn’t come out. If your hair is shorter or has a lot of layers, you can always put a couple bobby pins in to keep it in the right place.
4. Check your hair to make sure all loose ends are tucked and run out the door. Yes, it’s that easy ladies!