I love this picture of Kylie Jenner, even though she bugs the hell out of me – she looks great in this picture. I love the lippy and finally her hair is back black and looks gorgeous!
She is fast becoming the most powerful Kardashian and when she wears or tweets about a new product, the world goes into chaos and the product sells out. Will hair tattoos be the next thing that every one will want?
What do you think of the look? Would you wear them?
Fall is almost over and we are stepping straight into Winter 2015!
As you all probably know from my many blogs about bleached hair, that my hair is in fact bleached and I have a hair care routine, that even I didn’t know I was capable of. It’s a little ridiculous at times! (READ HERE)
Here are some quick hair tips to help your hair through the harsher conditions that Winter brings.
Unless you live under a rock, you know that NYFW is taking place as we speak. Or rather as I type and you read- you know what I mean!
The Carolina Herrera show has introduced the new “it” hair for Spring and it couldn’t be simpler to replicate. However, I think I am going to get a jump on this look and wear it Falls well!
Here is how you can recreate this look at home!
Start by washing your hair using Perfectly (un)Done Weightless Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner and rough dry.
Apply Get Sleek Blow Dry Balm from roots to ends and dry hair with a round bristle brush before using a comb to create a straight center part.
Separate hair into 2-inch wide sections and use a 1.5 inch barrel curling wand to create a very loose S-bend wave in the hair, rolling the curling wand down the hair. Use the edge of the curling wand to smooth the hair at the roots.
Lightly spritz Smooth & Silky Shine Spray over hair and onto your fingers to tame any fly aways around the face.
Finish by spraying Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hairspray for flexible hold.
She has recently debuted a fiery new look, and if you haven’t noticed already I tend to be a huge Sienna Miller fan, so I am paying homage to all of her beat hair styles, since she first catapulted into our lives.
What do you think of these looks? Tweet me or follow me on Instagram for all my latest updates and pics!
If you follow my blog at all, you know by now I am a huge fan of hair oils and I use them on myself every time I wash my hair. I have recently been using Diamond Oil from Redken and here are my thoughts!
I am not a fan at all of this oil. For some reason, I feel like it doesn’t penetrate my hair well and this leaves me with two issues:
1.) My hair looks oily, even though it is freshly washed.
2.) It doesn’t moisturize my hair, the way I expect a hair to.
I have tried using less of the oil, in order to stop it staying on the surface of my hair and look greasy but then my hair feels dry and brittle (not at all the way Moroccan Oil makes my hair feel!) and I like to keep my hair super soft as it is bleached at the bottom for my balayage color.
In saying this, if I leave my hair, the oil is usually soaked into my hair overnight but who wants to go a whole day with oily looking hair, when it is freshly washed? Not me!
It doesn’t have a smell to it either, which may appeal to some people but I love the smell of hair products so this is another con for me.
Something I love is the dropper, that allows you to control exactly how much oil comes out, ensuring no waste or excess.
However with a price of just over $50, I will NOT be repurchasing this product.
Have you used this product? Let me know what you think by commenting below or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.