I’m one of those annoyingly optimistic people. Always glass half-full, things happen for a reason, the best is yet to come, blah blah blah. Even when challenges arise, I always find the silver lining, appreciate what I have, put on a smile and try to have some fun. So, when Ben noticed that Z’s rib cage wasn’t symmetrical, that her spine wasn’t straight, and her doctor
I love trying new products. This is not new news to anyone who knows me. Because I’ve developed a shameless rep as a product junkie, my gals are always sending me links to products that they’d love to know more about so I can try them and provide my yay or nay. In walks Function of Beauty, reco’d by my bestie Carrie. PERSONALIZED SHAMPOO AND CONDITIONER.
In Part 1 of my best/worst products of 2016, I covered purple shampoo, mascara, foundation, every day S&C, and hair serum. All staples in your shower or on your make up counter. Here is Part Deux, completing my top 10 of 2016. 5. Cleanser: needs no explanation. You have to wash your face! I’m such a hypocrite because I only started washing my face regularly
This time of year runs rampant with lists upon lists upon lists. The best things to buy and trends for next year are two of my favorites. I’ve tried a stack of products this year, so I’m bringing you my likes and dislikes in one consolidated list. You’re welcome 😉 1. Purple Shampoo: an absolute essential for blondes. Keeps your color bright while taming that
Every September and March, Barney’s New York hosts their “Bag Sale” where you get a cosmetic bag full of amazing samples when you spend $200 in their beauty department. Not a hard task, fortunately/unfortunately. During a visit to Chicago, my sis Niki needed some cream, went into my sample bag and took a face cream that neither of us had ever heard of. Fast forward
I’m a full on blow dry junkie. This isn’t new, I have been for YEARS! There was one summer back in the late 90s where I let my curly hair go wild, but that was really it. Since, I’ve been blow drying it straight-ish, and when I want to sport a curly coiff, I use an iron or my favorite of all tools, the RUSK
A couple of years ago, there was a “no-poo” revolution sweeping the hair washing world. I wrote about it a little here, after trying Oribe’s Cleansing Crème, but I’ve always been a little skeptical. There’s something about a really good lather and foam in the shower that leaves my hair feeling undeniably squeaky clean. Truth be told, I haven’t really used the Oribe Cleansing Crème