if i like the packaging. seriously. it may not even be the best product, but if it is designed well, i buy it. fortunately, i liked this product.
currently my favorite hair product.
how is it possible for one nail polish company to have SO many variations of pink? ridiculous, i say.. but perfect for a bride. in most places, essie is a standard line at nail places. not so much in utah. target only has 4 colors -i bought them all and comparing those four colors, “allure” might be the one.
one benefit of having a mom in hair school (aside from the haircuts) is the products she brings home.. i’m now currently loving paul mitchell’s Tea Tree Lavender Mint Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner. (is that a long enough name?) seriously though… it makes your showering feel and smell like a spa. i love it.
yes.. yes i did. i figure i’ve worked hard this year. i just hope it doesn’t become a dust collector. (don’t worry, mes etudiants, it will not take up class space.)
before yesterday, i hadn’t stepped into a bath & body works since junior high. glad i did, cause i just found my new favorite tingly body wash. (stock up while they are only $6… your guests would be thrilled to find this in their shower.)
i’ve tried EVERY product and now have a fool-proof mixture and am stopped almost daily for my formula.
*if you have naturally curly hair that is fine (not coarse) this curl concoction may work for you.
1. cut all over layers (or better yet, have someone ELSE do it)
2. if you have a 6-head (six finger forehead) like me, cut bangs to the nose.
3. add mousse, root lifter, and hair spray (in that order) to towel dried wet hair
(great for curly AND straight styles/hair)
5. allow to AIR DRY.
(diffusing causes frizz)
*this potion will create soft (read: NOT crunchy) piece-y curls that are bouncy and frizz-free all day!
stay tuned for the perfect ASSISTED curl-do.
xoxo, makeup girl*
this is the perfect blush.
i wear it daily and so should you.