This post is sponsored by Hair Food.
My long blonde hair has become the most definable part of my image and often it receives the most questions, comments, and compliments. They range from how to grow your hair long, to how healthy it is, to how full and thick it is. If there’s one thing I’ve learned about my hair, while it may be thick, it is also fine. Very fine. There are a few things I do to get more volume from my tiny strands, and today I’ve partnered with Hair Food to share them with you.
For my recent trip to Paris I thought I’d do something different when it comes to my travel makeup. Inspired by what I’ve read about French beauty, I packed only 5 products for our trip. The French approach makeup with a less is more outlook, and I have to say it was quite refreshing to spend a minimal amount of time packing and applying makeup. My skin is thanking me for it, and I’ve continued this routine at home too. Maybe less really is more?
Almost 100% of the time someone recognizes me in person, 99.9% of the time they will tell me it’s because of my hair. It’s the most conversation-starting, attention-getting, head-turning part of me, so today I’ve partnered with Dyson to share some answers to the burning questions I get about how to get hair as long as mine.
Wearing:Aesop Sage & Zinc Facial Hydrating Cream, Aesop Parsley Anti-Oxidant Eye Cream, Skin79 Super+ Beblesh Balm Bb Cream Triple Function in Pink Label, bareMinerals Bare Skin Concealer in Medium (c/o bareMinerals), Beauty Blender Pro Sponge in Black, bareMinerals READY Touch Up Veil in Translucent, Sephora Collection Face Brush #30, Ish Contour Kit in Light/Medium (c/o fabfitfun), Dior Professional Finish Blush Brush, Mac Eye Brows Brow Pencil in Lingering, Sephora Collection Eye Pencil to go in White, Giorgio Armani Eye Tints in Gold Ashes (c/o influenster), Japonesque Power Curl Eyelash Curler, Giorgio Armani Eccentrico Eyes to Kill Mascara (c/o influenster), bareMinerals Gen Nude Radiant Lipstick in Honey Bun (c/o bareMinerals)
Do you ever have those days where you don’t feel like getting dressed? You drag your feet or simply don’t have time to put that much effort into your look? I find more often than not, it’s one of those days and for some reason I can’t just add hours into the day, so I’m left with only a few minutes to get dressed and ready for the day. Since I only wash my hair 1-2 times a week, my daily makeup routine was the next for me to shave some time off of. I like to stick with neutral makeup, that requires as little effort as possible, while still making me look and feel better than if I just rolled out of bed. Today I’m sharing my 5 minute makeup routine with you, and a few quick tips to shorten your makeup routine as well.