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Little Mermaid



One of the biggest hair trends for this summer is wet hair and the "I just got out of the sea" look. Well although it's not something you can wear anywhere, it does look incredibly fresh and effortless. I really wanted to try it out ever since I saw it at Chanel's show and what better place for that than the beach. All I had to do it throw sea water on my hair, plus it looks exceptionally natural at this place and so mermaid like. I really enjoyed taking photos at this hair look and of course at this gorgeous scenery. The turquoise color of the sea is breathtaking, isn't it? Looking at these photos now that I'm back in my hometown makes me miss so much the wonderful days spent in Chalkidiki. It's one of the most beautiful coastal areas of Greece, especially its hidden places which are totally isolated but offer amazing landscapes. At most of these places we couldn't even use our bikes to reach them (not talking about cars of course) so we had to climb on rocks to get there. I know that when most people think of summer in Greece what they have in mind is sun, sea, crowded beaches and endless partying. Well it's exactly like that. But sometimes it's nice to have some time away from all these so that you discover hidden places where you'll find nothing but wild rocks and crystal waters. It offers a complete sense of calmness and happiness, I can tell you guys. 

Μία απ'τις μεγαλύτερες τάσεις στα μαλλιά αυτή τη σεζόν ήταν τα βρεγμένα μαλλιά και το "μόλις βγήκα απ'το νερό" look. Φυσικά είναι κάτι που δεν μπορεί να φορεθεί παντού, ωστόσο δείχνει απίστευτα φυσικό και νεανικό. Ήθελα πολύ να το δοκιμάσω από τότε που το είδα στο show της Chanel και ποιο καλύτερο μέρος για αυτό από την παραλία. Το μόνο που είχα να κάνω ήταν να ρίξω νερό απ'την θάλασσα στα μαλλιά μου, και δείχνει εξαιρετικά φυσικό σ'αυτό το μέρος και κάπως σαν look γοργόνας. Απόλαυσα πραγματικά αυτές τις φωτογραφίες μ'αυτό το στυλ στα μαλλιά και φυσικά σ'αυτό το υπέροχο μέρος. Το τιρκουάζ χρώμα της θάλασσας είναι καταπληκτικό, δεν νομίζετε; Κοιτάζοντας αυτές τις φωτογραφίες τώρα που είμαι πίσω στην πόλη μου μου λείπουν τόσο πολύ οι υπέροχες μέρες στην Χαλκιδική. Είναι απ'τις πιο όμορφες παραθαλάσσιες περιοχές της Ελλάδας, ειδικά τα κρυμμένα της μέρη τα οποία είναι τελείως ερημικά αλλά προσφέρουν πανέμορφα τοπία. Στα περισσότερα μέρη που βρήκαμε δεν μπορούσαμε να χρησιμοποιήσουμε να ποδήλατά μας ως εκεί (δεν το συζητώ για αυτοκίνητο φυσικά) οπότε έπρεπε να σκαρφαλώσουμε σε βράχους για να φτάσουμε. Ξέρω ότι οι περισσότεροι άνθρωποι όταν σκέφτονται το καλοκαίρι στην Ελλάδα έχουν στο μυαλό τους ήλιο, θάλασσα, γεμάτες παραλίες και ατέλειωτα πάρτυ. Φυσικά ακριβώς έτσι είναι. Αλλά μερικές φορές είναι ωραίο να παίρνεις λίγο χρόνο μακριά από όλα αυτά για να ανακαλύψεις κρυμμένα μέρη όπου δεν θα βρεις τίποτε άλλο από άγριους βράχους και κρυστάλλινα νερά. Σου δίνει ένα αίσθημα απόλυτης ηρεμίας και ευτυχίας, πραγματικά. 

xx Rania



I was wearing :

swimsuit Asos
earrings h&m (also here)


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26 comments

  1. Oh, I love it! Great pictures! Your photos is so inspiring. ♥

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  2. if mermaids were real you'd be ariel for sure :)

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  3. great photos!! I swear I saw you on the street yesterday wearing a Zara mint peplum skirt-I thought you lived in cyprus for some rason... are you in thessaloniki by any chance?? was it you indeed? xo
    www.miouprincesslovespink.blogspot.gr

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    1. yes it was me dear, I spent yesterday at Thessaloniki and that's what I was wearing :) You should have come and say hi!

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    2. omg,I should have!!! I wasn't sure it was you,otherwise I would have for sure! It's funny because in matter of seconds as I passed you by I thought:it can't be her,she's not from Thessaloniki and then: it must be her,look at how pretty she's dressed! mint?peplum? definitely a blogger! lol
      www.miouprincesslovespink.blogspot.gr

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    3. Haha bloggers recognition :D My hometown is really close to Thessaloniki so I visit it quite often. Next time then!

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  4. love that swimsuit!




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  5. Katapliktikes fwtografies! Kai me to kokkino malli sou eisai ontws san tin Ariel! :)

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  6. Telio magio kai telies photos!

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  7. Stunning photos! I love the sea posts you're doing lately, they're all amazing!

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  8. I'd love to visit Greece someday. These photos are amazing! You look just gorgeous.

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  9. poly orees foto!!

    kai ego exo auta ta orea skoularikia


    Lady-Pa

    xoxo

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  10. Wow! Navy blue is such a great colour on you! It looks fantastic with your hair and skin! I love the bathing suit on you!

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  11. you are always great and this time you are extra faboulous!!! blue shades are stunning with your red hair xxx serefreestyle.blogspot.com

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  12. Wow I can't believe how pretty you look with your wet red hair! You really pulled off the wet hair look :)

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  13. Your red hair, the blue swimsuit and the turquoise sea make these photos truly magical!

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  14. Your posts are fantastic! I'm totally in love with your blog Rania, i can't wait to see more :)

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  15. Perfect ! I love this look & your blog is great ! Following you now, would love for you to check out my blog and follow back if you like it !
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  16. No words honey, you look absolutely fabulous!!!!
    Love your pictures.
    xx

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  17. beautiful picture and a beautiful sight!!!!
    following you now

    xx

    Miss-Peacock

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  18. What does not fit with her ​​fair skin, red hair, green eyes? What does not inspire, see it at sea, on land or in the air? Earth, water, air ... The fire comes!

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  19. SO SO beautiful!! amazing body and hair <3

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