In the chilly California winter months I find myself more often than not reaching for a beanie. On these days I do not want to fuss with my hair or have that lingering burnt smell of fried hair. Years past I would constantly iron my hair and it was honestly so irritating how people reacted that it was so “beautiful”. Recently I started taking more pride in my natural roots so all of these hairstyles are basic, fast and all natural.
Jewelry can be tricky to figure out how to clean which is why I am sharing with you my secret of choice. This product is extremely versatile which is why it is my go to. Not only does it clean like a dream it is also environmentally safe and biodegradable. I am sharing with you the step by step guide to use it as well as revealing it to you. Make it sparkle again ladies, just in time for Valentines day!
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.
To start off my birthday the night before I received my favorite type of flowers, an edible arrangement! Yes, I do not fancy flowers in the slightest, they are nice but they just sit there and die…
It’s that awkward time of the year where some days are chilly and the next day is blindingly sweaty and icky. These hot days have been wreaking havoc on my skin. Makeup should be catered to the season, in order to keep your skin in check which makes this time of year the worst.
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.
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.