- NEW WORK: Nautical by Nature
Despite swearing up and down differently, we’ve come to accept that some things never really change. And yes, while we like to think we’ve matured considerably since our braces-laden, Noxzema-scented sleepover days, the truth is that we ultimately never grew out of the whole playing dress-up thing. We mean, while we’ve traded in pizza for kale (okay, more like traded in Pizza Hut for Rubirosa), unironic New Balances for #normcore ones, and have begun to get a handle on the incredibly important, very grown-up skills that define adulthood (you know, like how to iron our clothing with hair straighteners in a pinch), playing dress-up is the one thing we simply haven’t been able to kick.
- Spring Insta-Inspiration
Spring is here which means it’s time for a fresh new haircut or style! I’m loving this simple half-bun-do I created for a shoot that was also recently featured on Byrdie Beauty! Its a fun twist on the “messy bun” look and takes just a minute or two to complete. Below are some other recent looks from my instagram that I hope inspire you to add a playful tone of color or texture to your style.
- Coachella Cool for Under $40
Coachella = Woahchella! is an explosion of music, fun, fashion, and friendship every year! The fest is just around the corner! The first time I went I had just as much fun getting creative and expressive with my hair and makeup as I did frolicking thru the festival. People watching at this festival is tons of entertainment in and of itself. Whether you are a conservative country girl or free flying hippie these items will help you push the envelope on your attire, keep you cool, and provide double duty on your essentials. Here are a few of my last minute must-haves! Continue reading →
- Short Hair Beach Texture
You don’t need mermaid long hair to enjoy tousled beachy goodness, and even if you don’t live near an ocean, you can still create the look and feel that you just went for a paddle on your “surfboardt”. If you have fine hair, this look will give you playful volume and hold that will wear for a day or two. For you curly short hair’d damsels, you may want to use a flat paddle brush to help pull your curls into waves while you dry your hair, and then use a larger 1 1/2 inch curling iron to sculpt your waves. Continue reading →