Ever wanted to dye your hair but can’t commit? I feel you. I’ve been wanting bright, colorful hair since I was 13, but the thought of bleaching my hair still scares me. I already have dry hair, I don’t need to make it worse with bleach! Dry hair spells hair loss, and I haven’t even used the best hair growth vitamins till date anyway. Plus with every hairdresser telling me for as long as I can remember to never dye my hair has me scared me enough. Hayley Williams of Paramore and her hairstylist/makeup artist/best friend Brian O’Connor started their hair dye company Good Dye Young in 2016 with semi-permanent dyes. I wanted to support them, but I still can’t fathom ever dyeing my hair. That’s where Good Dye Young Poser Paste comes in. Hayley and Brian created this washable hair paste for us commitment-phobes and those who can’t have colored hair due to work, school or other various reasons. I’ve been using Poser Paste for a while now and I’m very excited to share with y’all my thoughts. Check out my Poser Paste review down below!
After having so much fun at Camp Gritty last year, of course I had to travel once more to the woods of Tennessee to experience Camp again. I didn’t think Camp could get any better than what it was last year, but this year blew me away with the activities and attention given to every detail.
The dance party not only was one of my favorite activities, but one of my favorite activities to get ready for! One of the actual planned activities was getting ready for the party with makeup, hair and tons of glitter. My look last year was obnoxiously green, so I chose a different color to focus on this year: pink!
Want to know how I got this pink look? Read my Camp Gritty 2018 makeup tutorial down below!
We’ve all seen it in every magazine we’ve read: supplements will help your hair, skin and nails grow longer, stay pimple free, and grow stronger. I’ve tried biotin, collagen and multi-vitamins to help my nails grow faster, stronger and longer. But those three left me with acne, nasty hair, and no help in growing the strong nails that I wanted. I don’t know how I found out about liquid silica, but after reading only one article, I knew that I would give this a try. In that article, the author explained that they used liquid silica for nail growth and hair growth, but mostly for nail growth. They said that biotin hadn’t helped them grow nails, but liquid silica did. It was on sale on Amazon that week, so I said “why not” and decided to try it out. Read below for my 30 day update!
It’s February empties time, which means me explaining my trash! Does anyone else think this concept is weird yet oddly satisfying? Looking at all the empties I’m accumulated during the month makes me feel better about my purchasing habits. It also makes me feel accomplished that I used up an entire product. Read what I thought about all these products down below!
2016 was a wonderful year for my blog. Not only was it the first full year of blogging, but I got to try out a ton of cool stuff in the name of reviewing it for all of you. Some of things I bought were because I truly wanted them. But most of them were because I knew that you guys would enjoy reading reviews and seeing tutorials using these products.
After looking through my favorites throughout the year, I finally came up with a few select products that I can truly say stood out in 2016. These are the products that surprised me, made my day brighter or made me wonder how I lived without them.
Check out my 2016 year-end favorites down below!
It’s been a while since I’ve had a new post! If you don’t keep up with me on my social media (which you totally should,) I’ve been busy moving for the past two weeks. It’s been nothing but packing, unpacking, brown boxes and very little time to sit and blog. But here I am!
Today I’ve got a review on the Fortune Cookie Soap Box Through the Wardrobe collection. While I try to get these reviews up before the collection goes live, this release got the best of me. But there’s no harm in doing a late review!