28.8.13

Get Ready With Me: First Day Back at School!


Squee!

I finally finished my first day of Second Year! Woop woop!
Now like 9 more months to go... Yay... :( 
But I like school so yay/nay :/

Whatever.

Anyway I'm here to present to you what I did to get ready for my first day back after three months of summer, and I also what I did in school, which isn't much. I went back two days ago, on the 27th. I was so excited to see all my friends again and all. I was only in from 12 to 3, so I was able to take my time that morning since I woke up at like 8 (I'm a morning person :D).

Without further adue, here is my second Back to School post!


The night before, after washing my hair, I plaited my hair into four, as you can see. I was planning to rock the look the next day... Just kidding! I did it before last year and it made my hair curly and frizzy (in a cool and different way). I wanted to try it out again for my first day.


I sprayed this on to my plaits for a nourishing treatment. I can't even tell if it worked yet.

In the morning, I had my breakfast first (Rice Krispies!) and watched a little TV (since I was up quite early and I didn't have be in school till 12, as I said). I went up stairs and changed into my uniform. I don't wear a hoodie to school (we're not allowed) but I wanted to cover up my school shirt.



I tied my hair into my signature side ponytail, and as you can tell, the plaits did make a difference.


I added a little hairband from Penneys to finish it off.


Hair: Complete!


You gotta brush your teeth y'all!


I washed my face with this great refreshing face wash.


And with my Benefit moisturizer, I primed my skin for my make up.


I didn't want to do photos for what I used for makeup since I used the exact same stuff as I did in a previous post. Click the photo above to see how I did it!
Also I don't wear a face of make up everyday.


I am not really allowed nail polish in school but I tried out a French manicure the night before. It is pretty natural so I doubt will notice straight away. The most trouble I'll get in is being told to take it off, which isn't that bad as there's a girl in my form who was told to take it off every week last year but still continues to wear coloured nails.


I can't show you my outfit unfortunately (Irish uniforms aren't very exciting anyway) but I can show you my school shoes! I love them; so comfortable!


Then I was ready to go! Of course I organised my bag and books and all that and brought them, but no one really cares about that... I'll do a Supplies Organisation post soon.

When I arrived I got to see all my pals again which was great and said hi to a few other girls. There's a new girl and she's Mexican! She's not in my form though, so I didn't get to talk to her.
We had a Study Skills day which means a few guys came in (not from our school) to talk to us and gives us ideas on how to study and note taking. It was very helpful I thought. I might do a separate post in a few weeks on study tips.

Today I did my first proper day! It was a bit different because it was a new timetable and I was separated from my form class for my choice subjects, business and Spanish and into new classes with different teachers. It was grand.

Also, I played hockey today! I play for my school, and it is the best sport EVER! It really keeps you fit and is so fun!

So that's all guys! Good luck in school!


16 comments:

  1. Nice post!!

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  2. You look so pretty I love your hair ! We're not allowed hoodies in school either :'( Enjoy Second Year it's much funner than Third Year !!! xx

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    1. Haha Well, you haven't done third year yet, so how do you know?? It's probably wont be that bad! xox thanks

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  3. Great post you look pretty :)
    & its a shame you cant wear your hoodie to school its lovely :)
    Meg xx (new follower)

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    1. Thank you! Yeah, I have to wear a uniform... Thanks for following!

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  4. your hair looks cute ^^ I never thought of doing 4 plaits.. I guess it works better with thick hair than two plaits does.

    - hana
    http://hanayas.co.uk

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    1. Thanks! I did 6 plaits before :/ :)

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  6. My friend always does the plaits thing with her hair! Glad you like your school :)

    Lovely blog, now following!

    Amelia x
    http://mintsunday.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thanks so much xox followed your blog :)

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