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And we're back! With a lovely new toy!


Yes folks after my weeks of ranting on twitter I was finally able to find someone who knows what they're doing to fix it all for me and Faeriwood.com is now back up & running! 

Exciting times!

And with that I'm going to throw myself back into it by showing you my latest purchase. 



Yes folks, I finally bought my self a set of curling tongs! I've been rocking the GHD curls for years and, whilst I love the look they give me, I really wanted a more relaxed curl. After much research I settled on a John Frieda 1 1/4 inch barrel to give me my loose curls. I'm glad to say this guy does the trick perfectly and for only £29.99 you can't ask much more.


The screen easily allows me to see my choice of heat.I'd love to tell you that I use a low heat all the time but I have really long hair and lots of it. I may go high but I do at least make sure I use heat protective products first. Damage control is vital!

"So stop the chatter and show us the results!" I hear you say. But of course! First we have the before.


A little rained on from my morning excursion if I'm honest. 

And the after!



Its such a nice feeling to swish about with hair that makes you look like an American TV star. Ok, it's not quite that good yet but just you watch this page! 

Ta Ta for now!





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