The above picture is of a "fountain" that resides in Forrest Chase, the heart of Perth. It isn't really a fountain, for it doesn't have any water that like shoots up or anything. Its just a wet ball that rotates. Birds drink from the water around the ball, and sit on top of it, as if it were a traverlator or simular.
Last night, whilst at a comedy night, this drunkard woman was asked to have a drink of water at the bar before she would be served her cocktail. She grumbled about this, slurring she was not drunk. She then came back to watch the laughs and started heckling the performers. The tables were turned on her when comdians FOUGHT BACK (!!!) and made jokes about her, and everyone voted that she must be "shooosh" until the end.
About 15 mins after, the boy and I observed her trying to get into an apartment complex (most likely hers i guess) on Stirling street, via yelling through the intercom.
So, I got my first question sent to me today. WOO!
"You have big hair. How do i acheive this without ruining my hair?"
Ok. big hair. That is something i know alot about. Infact, whenever i have one of those moment when you think "Oy God, im turning into my mother!!!" is when im making my hair larger than it needs to be. However, you did ask...
First of all, if you want big hair, you can always do a beehive.
A beehive is pretty easy to do really. I first started wearing my hair like this around 2005/2006 , because i wanted to look like Priscilla Presley. Its pretty self explanitory on how to do. Grab the top section of you hair, back comb the life out of it, and then pin it in a beehive shape at the back of your head. The spray with hair spray. You will get a better look if you use a a hair brush instead of a comb to back comb it.
The problem with the beehive however is.
a) civilians will think you are trying to look like Amy Winehouse, and will sing Rehab at you as you walk down the street.
b) you may look like you are one of those "its da 1950's" folk and
c) you see lots of rubbish hives around these days. I saw a girl on the train this morning whos hair made me cringe.
Ok. So big hair that isn't a hive. Well, this is harder and yet also easier. I am lucky to have curly hair, so, it kinda tends to be big anyway. however, having straight hair doesn't mean you cant have giant hair. First of all, you should wash your hair as little a possible. this sounds gross, but this isn't about hair hygeine, its about volume. I used dry shampoo every day. dry shampoo all over your hair, then brush it out. actually, i dont brush it out, as i dont actually own a brush or comb, but, i use my fingers. the, i put a volume boost paste through it. Currently i use Treseme 24 hours volume setting paste. its like $7 and i just rub it in everywhere. It gives you height and thickness, and also smoothes out frizzy bits. Finally, spray spray spray with hair spray. Do this with your hair upside down. then mess your hair up, before putting it back in its desired part. Again, i just used my fingers. You can back comb hair after the dry shampoo, however, i think this looks a bit contrived, and its reallly bad for the hair.
So there you go. thats how i acheive big hair. as a friend once said to me
"the only thing bigger than your hair is your ego"