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Volumizing Hair Tutorial

September 18, 2017

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I’ve been asked time and time again to do a tutorial on how I get volume in my hair. I guess it seems second nature to me at this point, since I’ve been faking voluminous hair for years now. If you’re in the same boat as I am – where you love the look of voluminous hair but aren’t blessed with naturally thick, beautiful hair, or maybe you had a baby and you used to have beautiful hair but feel it’s now thinner and more lifeless than before, then this tutorial is for YOU.

Over the last year I’ve really become a product minimalist. The only products I used in this tutorial is this split end serum and this volumizing mist. And if you’ve been curious, my hair has really been thanking me for switching over to a new shampoo and conditioner than I can’t stop talking about. I personally use the Volume + Shape Shampoo and Repair + Nourish Conditioner.

Fashion

How to Style Your Lob (Long Bob)

June 30, 2016

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A week ago, I decided (nay, my stylist decided) that cutting off two inches was a good idea for the health of my hair. And while I’m never a big fan of getting a hair cut, I have to admit that having blunt, healthy ends and a little more style to my cut really does feel good.

My hair is just a little too short to be considered a true “lob” but I’ve been styling it like I would if it was just a little shorter. Messy, beachy curls that take just a few minutes to style. The look is perfect for any time but especially appropriate for summer.

PS: The only styling products you need is this amazing Sea Salt Style Spray + your favorite hair spray.

Fashion

Half Braid Hair

October 8, 2015

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Good morning, friends! Although I’m working from home and coffee shops these days rather than an office filled with other well-dressed professionals, I’m still making an effort to do my hair, wear nicer clothes and put a little makeup on in order to feel more productive.

My post-baby hair regrowth is out of control. As pictured below, I’ve got a lot of little baby hairs growing back where I lost all my hair earlier this year. It’s an unfortunate situation, for sure. Maybe I need to take a cue from my friend Natalie and start wearing hats?!

I’ve been loving the half-bun look that’s come into style and most days you can find me rocking one because it saves time since I only have to curl half my hair. This little tutorial from Gal Meets Glam was a nice way to mix things up. I decided to use less hair for the braid because my locks aren’t quick as thick as hers, but it worked just the same. The key, I found, was her tip about pulling the first pieces back with a couple bobbie pins. That way, when you loosen the braid a little bit at the end, the hair around your face still stays in place and doesn’t come loose.

Find the full tutorial HERE.

Madison

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