I can only blame my gypsy soul for taking a break from posting here. My creative spirit veered in other directions for a while, but it's great to be back here posting again at Boho Circus. For the last couple of years, I've been busy writing a novel, curating my Pinterest, and creating a new line of Boho Circus bohemian apparel.
Here are a few shots from our Gypsy Soul photo shoot at Enchanted Rock State Park in Texas. According to legend, Tonkawa Indians named the popular 425-foot pink granite hill "Enchanted Rock" because they believed a Spanish conquistador cast a spell on the rock, making magical ghost fires glow at the top. We think that our model Avalon glows with the help of photographer Chyna Mason.
I guess the last day of May is still okay to promote the May Free People Catalog which you have probably seen. But, isn't the styling and location incredible? Earlier in the month, I featured the video of the photo shoot.
DIY - You probably already know these tips, but here goes: For loose, messy braids, braid your hair and sleep with it in. For wispy braids and buns, have a friend pull out the wisps. For wavy hair when your hair is naturally straight, braid your damp hair, let it dry, brush the dry waves out (the smaller and numerous the braids, the more & tighter the waves.)
Why is this Bohemian? Because it's living outside the norm; it's unique, interesting & artistic.
Obviously, what we do with our hair affects our overall appearance. It shouldn't matter to others how we want to express ourselves. However, there definitely is social stigma still attached to unique hair coloring. I think that's a shame. The world would be a far more interesting place if everyone had the confidence and creativity to display themselves colorfully. Props to those to who live life bold!
For those who desire a color change, but not ready for dye, think about a wig or hair extensions at etsy.