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For those with fine, lighter shades of blonde, you should darken the roots. Roots with no color tend to make your hair appear thin and limp. Those with thick hair can opt for this style as well, but you might want to opt for a more vibrant color if you have really thick hair. Does someone know how to do this Silvery Bob Medium Length With Side Part? Someone could tell me the full steps, please?

For those with fine, lighter shades of blonde, you should darken the roots. Roots with no color tend to make your hair appear thin and limp. Those with thick hair can opt for this style as well, but you might want to opt for a more vibrant color if you have really thick hair. Does someone know how to do this Silvery Bob Medium Length With Side Part? Someone could tell me the full steps, please?

Medium Length Hairstyles to Rock this Spring ★ See more: http://glaminati.com/medium-length-hairstyles-long-thick-hair/

Medium Length Hairstyles to Rock this Spring ★ See more: http://glaminati.com/medium-length-hairstyles-long-thick-hair/

Spring is coming! We have picked some braids that are easy, messy, and, most importantly, trendy for next season.

Spring is coming! We have picked some braids that are easy, messy, and, most importantly, trendy for next season.

Please do this to your hair Lauren.

Please do this to your hair Lauren.

See our ideas of braid hairstyles for Christmas parties!

See our ideas of braid hairstyles for Christmas parties!

With plants and a pathway kit from TwoGreenThumbs.com, I now have my own miniature garden. I just have to wait for the mosses to fill in.

With plants and a pathway kit from TwoGreenThumbs.com, I now have my own miniature garden. I just have to wait for the mosses to fill in.

The options for these adorable fairy gardens are endless. With only a few materials and a little time, you can bring a bit of life back to the garden, even in the dead of winter.

The options for these adorable fairy gardens are endless. With only a few materials and a little time, you can bring a bit of life back to the garden, even in the dead of winter.

Fairy Gardens. How about a little whimsy? Yes, please.

Fairy Gardens. How about a little whimsy? Yes, please.

Miniature plantscapes known as fairy gardens enchant Midwest gardeners. Here's how to make your own.

Miniature plantscapes known as fairy gardens enchant Midwest gardeners. Here's how to make your own.

Fairy garden with solar twinkle lights. Plants include baby's tears, ageratum, allysum, lobelia, mini variegated olive tree, Irish moss (as the grass), sedum (as the baby cabbages), Isotoma Laurentia, Leptinella, and wire vine climbing up the arbor. Drip irrigation is inserted in the miniature planters to keep the lobelia hydrated. ^

Fairy garden with solar twinkle lights. Plants include baby's tears, ageratum, allysum, lobelia, mini variegated olive tree, Irish moss (as the grass), sedum (as the baby cabbages), Isotoma Laurentia, Leptinella, and wire vine climbing up the arbor. Drip irrigation is inserted in the miniature planters to keep the lobelia hydrated. ^