Hey Guys! Do you ever wish you could make a drastic yet temporary change to your look? That's how I've been feeling lately, like I wanna mix things up but without making permanent changes. Well what better way to do that than with a wig? I have a friend that owns a wig shop so I decided to go over and play dress up. Or rather wig up - hahahaha! I had so much fun trying on different wigs and my friend was kind enough to snap some photos. Each new wig made me feel like a brand new mule! The first is kind of a play on "The Rachel" hairdo, but with a modern spin:
I felt super sassy with this wig, it's such a great look for the summer. The next look I called "The Oprah:"
These are the same style of magnificent curls that Ms. Winfrey has been sporting the past couple of years. I always wanted curly hair and this wig was just fabulous. The next wig I tried was an adorable little brunette pixie wig:
I love this look on Anne Hathaway or Jennifer Lawrence but I'm not sure if it's quite right for me. I think it kinda looks like I have a bad toupee on! But the next wig is on the other side of the spectrum, check it out:
Look at those gorgeous honey blonde waves, isn't that wig spectacular? I felt like such a babe! I'm pretty sure I'd turn heads in this wig, anyone would. And finally, this last wig is straight out of one of the coolest movies ever:
You got it - Uma Thurman in "Pulp Fiction." I think it's pretty cool, I felt kinda like a Russian spy too. So what do you think? Which wig looks best on me? I can't decide, I think it's between the dark curls and the long blonde waves. Maybe I'll just buy them all and I can be a new mule every day of the week! Well, that's all for now. Happy Tuesday everyone & catch ya later!
Hey Everybody! Do you remember a couple months ago when I did a photoshoot with looks from the Golden Globes? Here's a little refresher if you need it: http://www.applesthemule.com/1/category/golden-globes/1.html
I had so much doing that shoot so when I got the call to do another one featuring looks from the Academy Awards I was beyond thrilled. My stylist friend Raquel Moe outdid herself this time, but we also had a little fun recreating a couple of the more unique looks from the red carpet. But I'll get to those in a minute. To start things off, here's our version of Best Actress winner Cate Blanchett, stunning in Armani Prive:
This is last year's Supporting Actress winner Anne Hathaway in a sophisticated Gucci Premiere dress:
And here is last year's Best Actress, the "girl on fire" Jennifer Lawrence dressed in a fiery red Dior:
Now on to the fun ones. Don't worry, I don't have an announcement to make, this is just me with a fake baby bump recreating Elsa Pataky's Elie Saab dress and real baby bump:
Next comes a guy who is having a ton of fun with his red carpet looks. He may have left the famous hat behind (though he did wear it during his performance) but he certainly stood out in his tuxedo shorts look. That's right, it's Pharrell:
And speaking of fun, this last lady knows a thing or two about it. She seemed like she was having a ball the whole night, and is never afraid to poke fun at herself. Ladies and Gentlemen, here's our version of Liza's look:
Well, I hope you have enjoyed looking at our Oscar Fashion photoshoot as much as I enjoyed doing it. Have a great rest of your week and catch y'all next time!