You CAN have wavy tousled hair! But there is no magic solution and you do have to work for it. I have the exact same kind of hair as you. The rules are: 1) Your hair can't be that long. Longer than 2 inches past your shoulders is going to weigh down the strands and pull out any attempt at a curl or wave. 2) Use a straightening iron to clamp down on your hair, pull it, and flip it around. This creates a nice loose wave. Obviously that description was terrible, but there are many helpful YouTube videos out there! 3) There is no product that is going to do this for you without effort. Anything designed to "pull out natural waves" is not going to do that. Because you (and I) don't have natural waves. It will probably just make your hair seem crunchy/sad/weird. Also I feel kind of weird defending Sephora, but the prices are marked on everything in the 18th street store.
How is the bowery terrifying. what. it's not 1985 anymore.
@Beaks Very good point. I only have a KitchenAid because my 90 year old great-aunt gave me hers--I have gone from baking 0 times a year to baking approximately 3 times a year.
@Stina Yeah, I have the same feeling. At least we're using all the parts of the chicken! That doesn't bother me. Also, I feel like you know what you are getting with a nugget -- even if it is entirely made of of white meat, it's still being coated in breading and deep fried.
@WayDownSouth For NYC people, NJ is it. I never ever rent a car in the city -- I got to Jersey and the price drops by $100/day, even in Northern NJ towns.
@Weasley Haha, relevant because I am going to Iceland in November. I think it's becoming a "thing" because Iceland Air is running a lot of inexpensive deals & it's reallllly close to NYC - I can fly to Iceland or California in the same amount of time, so I might as well spend an extended weekend in a new country.
Paul Allen has mistaken me for this dickhead Marcus Halberstram. It seems logical because Marcus also works at P&P and in fact does the same exact thing I do and he also has a penchant for Valentino suits and Oliver Peoples glasses. Marcus and I even go to the same barber, although I have a slightly better haircut.
Chop't has way too many options. Last time I was in there I panicked and ordered one of their standard salads, which was mostly comprised of iceberg lettuce and tortilla strips :( Never again.
I took a course on sanitation with Dr. Nagle at NYU. She is brilliant, and so, so passionate about her work.
I feel bad for Jennifer.