On the second day of our stay at the Blue Iguana Inn, Gavin and Will picked up two of my favorite girls in the world from grandma's house so that we could take them out for ice cream and to the adorable little toy store where Jenny said "one small toy each" but then had to buy $50 worth of crap because I discovered the cutest-ever stack of red cowboy hats and, as you know, hats are accessories not toys, so the rule became "one toy each, plus the hat" and then there were these adorable beaded necklaces (also accessories, not toys) and, well, you get the idea. Bam! $50 later we had a bead kit, a cowboy hat, two necklaces, a jump rope, and a doll, most of it my doing (I am very sorry for this. $50! Who knew?).
The girls arrived with a boatload of toys of their own in tow, including a My Little Pony. Now, let me tell you, I was a big fan of My Little Pony as a child and, if I do say so, a bona fide pro at styling Ms. Pony's hair.
The question was: did I still have the stellar styling skills? Lemme tell you, I did and I do and I have the photographic evidence to prove it.
I started with a soft-curl side pony-tail. The look is bouncy and fun, perfect for brunch with the girls at the barn or an afternoon birthday party.
I moved on to a more conventional look--a sleek 'do with plenty of body and a slight flip at the ends. A great option for when Ms. Pony heads downtown to discuss business.
Finally, everypony's head will turn when Ms. Pony walks by with this gorgeous updo. Full of oomph and volume, this look is for a night out on the town.
If lawyering doesn't work out, I'm going into Pony Styling. I've clearly still got it.