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!
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After getting into vinyl records, I had thirst for collecting vinyl. I was visiting the Newbury Comics near me almost every weekend for a new record. It got so bad I was visiting my local store almost three times a week. I created a Discogs account and started buying records off of there. I wanted every album I ever loved on record.
Then I found VNYL, a subscription service that used your Spotify, Last.FM and other accounts to hand-pick and deliver you three records a month. Honestly, I thought this was too good to be true at first. Would I actually get records that I love, or will I get records that sort of sound like what I would want but I don’t really like? Read my VNYL subscription review down below (with bonus YouTube video!)
Hayley Williams is one of my style icons. The risks she takes with fashion and her love for color inspires me to try new things and wear color that’s outside of my comfort zone. One of Hayley’s iconic looks is the makeup and hair she had in Paramore’s music video for “Misery Business.” So of course I had to try and recreate it! I may be 9 years too late, but better late than never, right?