I’ve been majorly jiving on a vintage jewelry kick as of late. Anything that has an old, authentic feel has been catching my eye. Vintage watch chains with dog clips, statement rhinestone necklaces, a graduated moonstone collar, perfect gold tassel charms: yes, yes, yes. Through my searches and worm-hole Instagram sessions, I’ve come across some amazing sellers. I’m almost weary to share my finds since
Off the top of my head, I can’t think of one person I know who doesn’t have an iPhone. Seriously. I’m thinking hard, and nothing… can’t name you one person. So, in a time when everyone essentially sports the exact same “accessory”, toting it around all day long, completely visible to friends, colleagues, strangers, and randoms, there exists a major need to bedazzle. Make your
There’s a new beauty brand in town – and by town, I mean North America, the USA, the Midwest and Chicago. Warm welcome to Charlotte Tilbury, a renown make up artist from the UK who has a killer line of make up and creams. I’ve been told that Nordstrom on Michigan Avenue is the only counter in the Midwest, and it’s definitely worth a visit. Here’s
Thicker, fuller, stronger hair. Basically what everyone wants. Rarely do I hear someone complain that they have too much voluminous, strong hair. There are some great products that help your hair grow (check out this post where I talk about a few of my faves), but what about the hair that you still have? Who is looking out for those strands? Answer: Bumble and Bumble.
A good friend of mine has a hilarious system by which she evaluates whether or not to buy clothes. She calls it the CPW – “Cost Per Wear.” If it’s a classic, timeless piece that she’ll be able to dress up and down, wear with a stack of pre-purchased items from her wardrobe, she’ll invest. If it’s an in-trend item with a style that’s likely
I rarely, almost never, get zits. I know, I know… you kind of hate me for it, but my skin is normal-dry and just not prone to break outs. When I do get a zit, it drives me INSANE. I can’t leave it alone: I want to pick it, pop it, obliterate it – THE WORKS. This, naturally, makes it worse and causes the zit
Ask: I’m looking for a botanical conditioner and gel for my curly hair. Any recos? Or, should I just buy Devacurl products? Answer: Sadly, I haven’t had much luck with Devacurl. It makes my hair dull and a little drab, so I’m not the biggest fan. My first question back: why specifically botanical? Yes, botanical products typically contain recognizable (and pronounceable) ingredients and are infused with