It has been a few months since I've done anything with my haircolor, and I have been BORED for ages, now! Sometimes I want to go platinum, sometimes I want to go Kardashian-brown, and most recently I've reimagined myself the red of Addison Montgomery-Shepard from Private Practice.
So it's Saturday night, I'm feeling alright...and I have just enough time between dinner and Family Movie Night's showing of Jack the Giant Slayer!
So....here we go with 30 minutes of Paul Mitchell the color, 1/2 7N 1/2 8A, 30 volume developer! Shall we?!
Ta-da! I know, nothing earth-shattering! This basically lightened my base by about two shades and warmed it up just a little. I was tired of the stark contrast between my natural base and my blonde pieces. Coloring also toned all the blonde streaks I had, so it is all just softer. I will probably paint in a few more blonde pieces in the next few weeks, too! I feel like I am on my Jennifer Aniston mission! Haha! And really, this is about the exact shade as my six-year-old daughter's hair! Tres naturelle!
Ok, kindergarten is done (bittersweet mom) and preschool is over (supersad mom)...now what!? The kiddos and I will still have two days a week of organized folly (they go to the summer program at our preschool when I work at the salon,) but what am I going to do the rest of time?
The last two summers have been gloriously filled with sunshine and pool-lounging, so I didn't really worry about creating a routine or schedule. But now that my littles have gotten used to all that structure and stimulation (guess those young minds don't form themselves!) I feel I really must step up my game!
Our first big thing will be packing up and moving into our new house once the remodel gets finished. Crossing fingers tightly that it is before the end of this month! Swimming lessons will be starting by then, as well, so that will give us a regular almost-daily activity. Kindergarten sent us home with a huge folder of worksheets and other learning resources, so I will be putting some sort of regular academic session into our days, as well. Actually, that is something we are all looking forward to. We love paperwork and office supplies in my family! For reals, I'm no good to anyone once I get into a Staples!
Well, at least we have a few ideas for making summer less boring and fighty. (The babes are five and six now, moms, you know what I'm talking about!) and let's not forget about Pinterest! www.pinterest.com/beautybylindsay They have some amazing ideas for kids. Maybe I will just tool around there and pin some more things I will never actually do! Haha!
Cheers to properly filling an endless stretch of hot days!