“The world can be a scary place, it can hurt you, it can create situations where you feel as if you are losing yourself. There are times in life where you will find yourself fighting to find yourself among all the pain. This is when you will become strong and through all that heartache you will find your strength. That strength will mold you into the person you are meant to become. Don’t let the anger and hurt of the past make you bitter..let that anger make your heart so strong that all it will feel is happiness and compassion. Our past should not be an excuse to be angry and mean however our past should stand for perseverance. Become that person who brings goodness and purity into the world. Vow to yourself that you will make this world a better place because at the end of the day we only answer to ourselves at night.” -Soloni Behl
Happy Tuesday! I can’t believe September is here and summer is officially coming to a close! As fall makes its arrival my nails tend to get shorter and my hair tends to get less “beachy” and tousled yet still not overdone.
The perfect transition nails are a neutral hue with a bit of shimmer in it which is perfect for any age group. In my opinion, longer nails belong in the spring and summer and shorter nails look chic in the fall and winter time.
Your hair now needs to be getting out of tousled territory but still not overly curled or straight. Your hair should find a happy medium..you still want it look wavy but now polished not “I just took a swim in the ocean.” I suggest drying it with a round brush to get some movement in there and than when it is 100% dry take a 1/2″ to 1″ wand and take BIG sections of your hair (about two pieces in the back, two at your crown, and two more pieces in front on each side) and keep it wrapped up for about 60 seconds. (If your hair tends not to hold a wave I suggest using a bit of hairspray). And viola you’ll get that perfect loose wave that looks beautiful day to night! Thanks for reading. Xoxo.
Happy Sunday! The end of summer means goodbye blonde highlights and hello to brunette roots. I decided to go back to my dark locks and give my hair a rest from all the dye! I love it and feel dare I say…sexy?! HAH! I am loving my look and ready for some boots and chilly weather! Let me know what you think! Thanks for reading. Xoxo.
Hello! I have been asked to write a post on how I would dress if I was on vacation at a resort in Las Vegas. I had a blast building outfits in my head and then bringing them to life on my blog. Enjoy the post! And as usual thanks for reading. Xoxo.
One of the best parts about taking a vacation in my opinion is the clothes…obviously. That thrill you get when you pack your new pieces that you’re so excited to wear on your trip (most likely will be posted on social media somewhere) is so fun! But the only downside is you don’t want to over pack or pay any heavy baggage fees so what’s fashionista to do?! This is where mixing and matching and buying versatile clothes comes in handy!
You want your outfit to take you from day to night seamlessly. It is important to remember accessories are the best way to change any outfit from casual to dressy.You start out your day having lunch at Lemongrass in the Aria so you want your look to balance casual yet sophisticated. You spend a few hours at the spa and walking around the city in the day time so you can keep your accessories from lunch on. Than as you ease into evening you change your accessories for dinner at the Lago than finally as night arrives you add in a red lip, some sexy smudged eyeliner, statement pieces and viola you are ready for a night of dancing at Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub at the Rio.
Hello! One of the biggest shopping rules I live by is if you can’t make at least three different outfits with it than why are you buying it? Get your money’s worth it out of your closet…the biggest rule to live by is spend money on the classics you want to get more bang for your buck and on trend items get those from fast fashion stores. Thanks for reading. Xoxo.
Happy Friday! So I have been trying dipping powder on my nails instead of shellac and I really like it! It lasts longer on me, way less time under the UV light, and doesn’t destroy my nail beds as bad! I tend to stick to stick to neutrals and do the crazier colors on my toes. Right now I have a very light shimmery pink on my nails and lavender on my toes. What are your favorite colors for summer? Thanks for reading. Xoxo.
Hello! I know my posts have been less frequent lately moving to a new town, big new job, and setting up the new apartment has taken over most of my time. And now that I am adjusting to it I am finding myself finally having some time to blog again! With that said lets get to today’s topic: Makeup. I love doing my face every morning and on special occasions I also know just because you buy high end make up doesn’t necessarily make it better than a drugstore brand.
Here are some of my favorite high end and drug store products. Please note: every product I am writing about comes from personal experience with it.