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New Chapter

Allison Song

Lots have happened over the past few months. The biggest being... I moved to Colorado! Ever since our first visit to Colorado, my husband and I have been daydreaming about living here and for the past 6 months, we turned our dreams into reality. We both lived in Atlanta for most of our lives and we knew we wanted to try living somewhere else together before really setting our roots down. Colorado seemed like the most adventurous, yet logical, destination for us. It's been about 3 months since we moved to Fort Collins and there hasn't been an ounce of regret yet. We've created new connections and jumped into new opportunities and I can't help but think that it was all meant to be. It's amazing what happens when you take a leap of faith into the unknown, trusting that you will be taken care of when you get to the other side. I'm thankful to be meeting so many wonderful people and being able to share my craft and love of flowers to a whole new city/state. And the views have been pretty amazing too. 

Photography: Johnny Cheng

Hair Tutorial: Milk Maid Braids

Allison Song

I teamed up with my friend, Stacy, to do another fun hair tutorial. Keep scrolling to see how to create these milk maid braids! 


1. Start by french braiding the top right of your hair.


2. Braid all the way down.

3. French braid the whole left side in an upwards fashion.

4. French braid the bottom right of your hair (also in an upwards fashion). 


5. Once all braids are finished and tied, start wrapping and bobby pinning the the braids in place at the crown of your head.

6. Tuck and bobby pin the ends of the braids, and hair spray to tame any flyaways. 

Optional: Bobby pin flowers into your new milk maid braids! 

Tutorial: Stacy Oh

Photography: Sooji Kimn