Color Stylin’







Wearing: Color Styler in Bronze Attitude ℅ Garnier | (Minus The) Leather Classic Biker Jacket ℅ Express | Tweed Mini Dress via Filthy Magic | H&M Over-Knee Socks | TRAFFIC JAM Shoe Boots ℅ ASOS

Boom…changed up my hair again…or did I?! You guys know I like to keep it fresh and interesting with my hair but lately I’ve fallen into a same old, same old rut. Enter Garnier to help me get a little bold with zero risk. I went for a little bronze attitude. This color really reminds me of my hair color when I was younger before I started messing with. Very fiery just like me lol. It really shines in the sun.

Anyway, this stuff is super easy to apply and it washes out in 2-3 shampoos. You can literally change your look any time you want. Would you believe I applied this about 2 hours before I went out to shoot this look? As long as you have the time to apply it and let it dry (I used a blow dryer to kinda speed the process along) and then brush it to set the look. P.S. If you need to remove the color quickly for work or whatever, apply hair oils to help remove the color quickly.

Keeping the hair color fun going, you can also join me on my Garnier temporary hair color journey. Upload a selfie with the hashtag #funnestgirl and you can be Garnier’s official spokesmodel for 72 hours! You know you want the title! Check out more details at:

Directions & Tips to Use Product (to be followed in this exact order):

  1.     Make sure your hair is clean, dry and untangled
  2.     Put on gloves provided in the pack
  •       This is important since to get the best results you can’t apply the product directly to the hair, but should put a couple of drops on the gloves, rub to spread product out on gloves and then apply to hair
  1.     Section off the part of your hair you wish to color
  2.     Shake bottle vigorously to ensure color is mixed. Color is ready to go and does not require any adjustment before application.
  3.     Gently squeeze out a few drops (3 to 4) on the gloves.
  4.     Then take the gloves and rub fingers together.
  5.     Next apply a thin coat in a downward motion directly to the hair while smoothing the hair, starting at the base.
  •       Apply in small sections until you have even coverage, each time putting a couple of drops on to the gloves, rubbing the fingers together to spread out the color and then applying to hair.
  •       Don’t use too much product, otherwise your hair will start to feel rough.
  1.     To ensure all product on the glove is used grab hair with fingertips and twirl around hand.
  2.     After the color is vibrant, wait until the product is completely dry and then comb through using either a wide tooth brush or comb. You can use a hair dryer to speed up drying the color.

photos by Shooter Shane

All Over Radiance

On my final St. Ives quest for even & bright skin I obviously can’t leave out my face. Who didn’t grow up with a St. Ives scrub with their beauty arsenal? It’s America’s #1 scrub brand. This St. Ives Even & Bright Pink Lemon & Mandarin Orange Scrub is moderate exfoliation. I’m vary wary of the types of scrubs I put on my face, I don’t want to damage my skin. This scrub is gentle on the skin and 100% natural. It gently polishes away little imperfections and leaves my skin a little brighter and more toned.

St. Ives philosophy is a simple one. They are dedicated to bringing you the best of nature with formulas that delight the senses as they leave your skin with a soft, fresh feel. That’s why I shot these photos surrounded by nature. I immediately thought of heading to the beach to share this product with you. I also grabbed the other items I’ve been using for a little group shot. I thought it was a nice way to wrap up my reviews of this St. Ives set. A day at the beach always makes me feel bright and refreshed. There’s nothing like the energy of the sun soaking into your skin. Nature’s natural gifts paired with a little product, and I’m well on my way to flawless skin all over.

Done in collaboration with St. Ives

Everything You Want




Mitsubishi 2015 Outlander 

Last month I was given a 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander SE to drive for a week. So great. I learned to drive on a SUV so despite what my friend’s thought I wasn’t at all intimidated by the size. It’s described as a compact crossover SUV, so it never felt too big at all. This baby seats 7 (I had at most 4 of my friends in the car). The back area I’m sitting on in the above photo raises up to become additional seating. I actually made a drive to Orlando and met up with some friends who had driven up the night before. It’s greattttt on gas. On the drive back I stopped just to be safe and was so surprised at how little it cost to fill up. I have cruise control on my car but I’ve honestly never used it. Definitely utilized it on my drive. So necessary. It makes your life so much easier.

The Outlander does 31 mpg on the highway. It’s a push to start engine. I definitely took advantage of the heated seats. The rear-view camera is a blessing. I don’t know how I lived before these things that are STANDARD on the Outlander. I love the touchscreen display and way as long as you have your bluetooth on your phone as soon as you get back in the car your music starts back up again. The bluetooth situation is so key for me as I must have music on my drives. Really sets the mood and keeps me going on my back and forth to events and such.

In my daily life I go to the post office often since I run an online boutique and sell a lot of my excess clothing on sites like Poshmark so cargo space is important. The other day I picked up $100 in dry cleaning, went to the grocery store, picked up and dropped off packages at the post office blah blah. So it’s nice to have the room available if I need it. No clutter in the backseat. I really felt safe driving this baby (probably thinking about the front pedestrian impact crumple zones) and everything just flows really well and it has 7 airbags including a drivers knee airbag. I just can’t get over the amazing things that seem like big luxuries to me are standard on this vehicle. I didn’t want to return it of course haha. I definitely feel like I’d be happy driving one of these. They start at $23,195…so who’s got me on this for Christmas?

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