Hair tapestries are like the grown up version of those hair wraps you got in elementary school over spring break. They're a fun, low-risk way to change up your hair.
Hair tapestries are like friendship bracelets that you can wear in your hair. It has quickly become a favorite look among girls attending music festivals.
A hair tapestry is made with thread, an embroidery hoop and a whole lot of patience.
This girl loves blue and she isn't afraid to show it. I for one appreciate Eiffel 65's other hit, "Back in Time."
I love the intricate weaving almost as much as I'd hate showering with this on. (Or showering in general. We're in a drought, people!)
Valentine's Day ”” and that booby trap I set to finally catch me a husband ””are just around the corner.
If you can't be the belle of the ball, you can at least be the queen of Coachella.
And you thought a star was made out of gas. Where's your science-god now?!
To achieve this, you need a friend to help and/or a well-placed mirror. Plus maybe a box of chocolates...the only friend I really need.
Why are there so many songs about rainbows?
Why aren't there MORE songs about rainbows?
You can even add beads, if that's your thing. With so many ways to express your creativity, your hair is like a giant art case's sassy cousin.
If it wasn't attached to someone's head, I'd hang that tapestry on the wall. I learned that lesson the hard way.
Sailor Moon approves! Well, she would, except she's late for class. Typical.
"Stop! My heart can't take it any more. For real though, I'm out of string."
Just in case you thought the whole "effortless looking bun" look was too easy.
Want to make your own hair tapestry? It takes some practice, but you can start with an online tutorial!