Berit Torkildsen

Berit Torkildsen


Travel Broadens the Mind

Postet av Berit Torkildsen den 6. Feb 2015

Three and a half weeks at home in Florida with friends and family does the soul good. Well rested, I am back at Bislett, ready to perform some handy work!

While I was at home, we took a road trip to Spring Hill, on the west coast of Florida. While we were there, we visited Weeki Wachee Preserve, a natural spring, named by the Seminole Indians, meaning 'Little Spring' or 'Winding River.' There you can see 'mermaids' perform an underwater show, and take a boat ride through the springs, where manatees are often spotted. The color of the springs are beautiful, a mix between green, blue and yellow. Stunning.

When Sara was tired of her blonde locks and wanted to do something different, the color of the springs and the mermaids sprung to mind. The result was a few foils with a semipermanent hair color from Directions. I mixed a few in order to get that 'mermaid feel.' She loved it, as I hope you do too. (Oh, and I used a semipermanent gloss over her blonde to give it a more pearl like shine)

On a side note, Weeki Wachee Springs has been the setting for many movies, tv series, and music videos. One of my favourite happens to be by Supergrass, dear friends of a close pal of mine. Well worth taking a look at their video for Low C, they shot it all at Weeki Wachi, and can be summed up as a 5 minute documentary of the Springs.

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Berit xx

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