Traditional muddy buddies get a makeover with the addition of dark chocolate and a hint of orange
If there was a competition for the wildest looking hair, I would most certainly win by a long shot (OK – well, maybe that’s an exaggeration.) But either way, I kinda hate how my hair looks if I don’t dry it.
For the longest time, even drying it wasn’t enough. At the top of my head there are wisps of hair that never behave – we call ’em horns. They’re so bad, I can’t put my hair up without looking crazy as ever.
I thought there was absolutely no way my hair was ever going to look normal. Then I just happened to find a way to control it in all conditions – rainy days, humid days, you name it – it’s truly a miracle. If I was a fashion blogger and had triple the confidence level, I’d totally do a tutorial and show off my crazy free hair. But that’s certainly not to say my hair is flawless on a regular basis, cause this technique takes time that I don’t always have.
Unlike my hair, these muddy buddies are completely uncomplicated. I don’t tend to make this kind of treat, but I certainly should more often. These are so delicious and only require a little effort.