We Celebrate with Our Hair, Too

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine

Whenever there is a special occasion, most women I know take the extra effort to dress and look well.

Christmas and new year dinners, weddings, even Valentine’s dates — these are just some of the times when women level up in their efforts to look their extra best.

And it’s not just about finding and wearing the right clothes to go with the occasion or using the perfect shade of lipstick or nail color.

The woman’s crown, her hair, will also be “prepared and ready to celebrate” the occasion. Getting the hair done, colored and even getting the best wigs to wear are all part of it.

On my part, here’s how I might opt to look with a wig on some special events for the coming year πŸ™‚

New Year, New Me.Β I love both this cut and color. I wouldn’t mind donning this on a New Year’s Eve (or Christmas Eve) dinner πŸ™‚

Birthday Blues.Β Back when I was a young teen, I read a book where the female character had blue hair. I wondered back then how I would look with such a hair myself. Well. maybe it’s about time to go blue in my coming birthday.

Wedding Waves.Β A friend has invited me to her wedding this coming April. I wouldn’t mind crowned myself with hair like this on that occasion:

Life, I believe, is meant to be celebrated πŸ™‚ In fact, I think whether there are special occasions or not, we can always choose to look our best. And our hair is part of that.

By the way, if you could not believe how cool and chic wigs look now as the above photos show, you should really check out Divatress.

Let’s celebrate life and keep a grateful heart, too πŸ™‚

When Being Ageless Is Not Good News

Most women I know would appreciate being told they are ageless.

This would mean that they have stayed looking good, appearing fit despite their age.

Well, I like being told I’m ageless πŸ™‚

A few months back I was able to see the 2015 released movie The Age of Adaline. It features the beautiful Blake Lively. It also stars the veteran actor, Harrison Ford.

The movie traces the intriguing story of Adaline, the woman who stopped aging. As the years go on and on, she stayed 29 years old.

While there are other themes explored in the story like love lost and found (or redefined), what caught my attention was the reality that not everything we might desire would always be good for us.

We might like, want to look ageless, be ageless but can we really enjoy it while others, our loved ones particularly, continue to age?

The years take a toll on them and they ultimately pass away while we remain the same. We see this in the movie as Adaline’s daughter ages, as her dog ages and dies while she remains beautiful and untouched by the passing years.

What a lonely life it appeared to be. What a lonely life it can be.Β To be ageless is not always good news.