Hey lovelies! Hope you are having a good day thus far. This post is for the sassy babes and lads struggling with frizzy hair. I feel as if curly hair is the ultimate test for a frizz control product to go through, which is why I am testing this one for you. Online Paul Mitchell’s Flexible Style Sculpting Foam has raving reviews, so of course I had to pick it up and give it a try. I love Paul Mitchell’s tools but this was the first time I tried one of his hair care products so this was a fun test.
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A few months ago I purchased these nail polish strips from a festival vendor. Since the designs were so unique I waited until my birthday to try them out. While I have tried nail strips or as I call them nail stickers before these ones are advertised as being 100% REAL nail polish, so I was curious as to if Color Street nails were overall higher quality than competing brands.
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Mermaids have surfaced in popularity, however, I have always been a fan of the shimmer, shine, and beauty in the waves. Once Tarte’s mermaid collection went live I knew I wanted to try out some of the products. After waiting for the package to arrive, I was shocked by how much I loved both products, eyelash curler with mascara and the eyeshadow palette.
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Spring break is finally here and of course it came with a cold. To do a little self treat, I decided why not try something new, a clay mask to help me feel a little better. While this is my first clay mask to ever try, I will say it is more satisfying than any sheet mask I have tried. First, the smell is clean, the color is my favorite shade of blue, it cools the face and tightens as it dries. However, it only appears tight when moving your mouth. Simply putting it on my face was fun as the clay is cool to the touch, relax for 10 to 15 minutes and wash off with warm water on a wash cloth.
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Curly hair is a blessing and a curse all at the same time. Blow drying causes frizz and damage. Wet hair left down is annoying but regular hair ties end up soaked causing a moldy smell overtime. The Invisibobble sparked my interest as it is advertised as being waterproof. Perfect for swimming or pulling back hair after a shower.
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