Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Black Cats, 50s Diners and Goth Hair

Last Saturday I went out with my friend Kat.

Finally! Ratted out 80s Goth hair thanks to Kat! This took about half a can of hairspray and had already gone limp after about half an hour. My hair isn't very into staying put.



My friend's gorgeous black kitten. He seems to think he is Dracula.


We went to Doughbox Diner which is an awesome 50s diner with delicious desserts.


Kat










Cookie Madness waffle that we shared


On the way back we found a massive black cat. The biggest we ever saw. Possibly the King of Cats.





The most adorable little kitten ever!


 Most photos of Doughbox Diner are from their Facebook page.

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  1. Looks like a fun evening! I'm digging the black hair.

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    1. Aw thanks! It somehow ended up that colour from dark brown hair dye! I guess it's sort of brown-black.

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  2. You look absolutely gorgeous! And the kitty... squeeeeeeeee! ❤

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  3. I recall my dad saying back in the day the punks used soap to keep their spiked hair all pointy. Haven't tried it myself...

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    1. I've also heard something about eggwhites. The boy at my school with the awesome mohawk apparently claimed he used glue but I don't know if he was just joking.

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    2. I met some guys once, at a random party and he actually used hot glue to put up his liberty spikes - I could smell it...He claimed it would just was off, but I've never met him again to see if it did...:)

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    3. Hot glue! Wouldn't want to get that on your scalp! I wonder if he managed to get it out!

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  4. I've always wanted to visit a 50's diner :D Your hair looks great!

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  5. LOVE your Goth hair, little Dracula kitty and the diner.

    That last image of you and your friend is gorgeous!

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    1. Aw thanks! Kat edited the last one, I love that it looks kind of 20s!

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  6. That diner looks so fabulous, I want to goooo <3
    A weird trick a friend gave me for keeping hair put is to use a hairdryer to dry your hairspray. Weirdly enough it kinda works, keeps my fringe in place all day!

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    1. Delicious too! If you ever come up to Sydney, you have to go! They have an ad up for franchises, I am hoping it will spread all across Australia one day!

      Hmm, interesting, might try that for my fringe!

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  7. That looks like an awesome diner - that you only seen in movies. :D
    Both of you look very pretty. ^^ Some hairs are just like that, it doesn't care what YOU want, it lives its' own life. ;D

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    1. Yep, that is my hair all over! It very much likes to do its own thing!

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  8. Oh, first I thought you took the big cat home. ^^

    Looks like a fun outing and you both looked absolutely gorgeous! Your hair is awesome! ^^ I do feel you, though, my hair doesn't stay put either.

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    1. Ha ha, I don't think he would have wanted to come, I think he was very happy where he was!

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  9. That hair style looks so cool on you! And the waffle, it makes me drool ;P

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    1. Thanks. Yes, it was very drool worthy!

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  10. you and your friend are both so cute!!

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  11. You're not alone! I have the fine, limp hair problem, too. In the past, I even tried sleeping all night in rollers (aarrgghh!), but the second I took them out in the morning and tried putting a comb through it, poof!! It all went limp and straight again. Bleah...

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    1. I did soft rollers as a kid, my hair fell out pretty quickly. When my hair was longer I used to do a wet head full of mini plaits overnight to get a crimpy, Pre-Raphaelite mass, that was the only thing that seemed to work for it.

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    2. Heh, at least you were smart and did SOFT rollers, I had the hard plastic ones! Hmmm, I like the sound of that other idea, that must have looked terrific on you! But I'm not sure I could do it, as my hair usually frizzes up horribly if I sleep on it wet! You're lucky yours didn't. I might try it, though,thanks for the tip! :-)

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  12. I love your hair! You look adorable and looked like you had a lot of fun!

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  13. Looking good girly! You always find some adventures to get up to!

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  14. I love everything about this post; you guys' hair and red lips, the adorable kitties and the yummy treats :)

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  15. Yay...you girls look gorgeous..what a fab post..such fun-spiritedness! Great hair!!
    Thanks for adding such sparkles and fun to my day!
    Beautiful!

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  16. Stunning young Miss! I love this post ! My FAV!

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  17. Great evening! Great hair! Gorgeous cats! What fun!!!

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