Shop the post…
Hey there! I was recently in NYC for Lucky Fabb, a fantastical conference for fashion and beauty bloggers hosted by Lucky Magazine. If I met you there, I may have given you a Kevin Murphy Powder.Puff to try out along with the link to this video on how I use it. If I didn’t get to meet you or you weren’t at the conference I still want you to have a chance to check it out!
Watch the video on The 3 Ways I Use Powder.Puff right here and then enter to win one of 5 that I’m giving away in the Rafflecopter below!
Have a beautiful day! xx
I recently met HipAtHeartBoutique on Instagram, the creator of our new favorite turbans! Harper and I both wear our hair long (and usually dirty) so we love a cute way to keep it out of our eyes while still looking stylish. Hip At Heart turbans are not only super cute and in fabrics that will coordinate with any outfit, they are seriously comfortable! Anything too tight gives me an instant headache and will last 2 seconds on Harper. And how stinkin cute that you can be twinsies with your mini me!!!
Make sure to check out Hip At Heart to see all of the other patterns, fabrics and color options. I would love to know which you like best in the comments below!
Wouldn’t you love to win a turban of your choice from Hip At Heart? There are 2 ways to win! Enter in Rafflecopter below or check out @teraraestephens on Instagram for another chance to win!
Hip At Heart sent us a few different turbans to check out but our opinions and love for them are all our own.
Let’s face it, few of us are blessed with the perfect natural blonde hair. In Newport Beach, California, where I do hair, natural blonde highlights are the most requested color. (God bless the handful of brunettes that add a little variety to my day!)
One of my biggest hair color pet peeves is over processed blondes. I like to think my color specialty is bringing “blonderexics” back to a more natural, easier to maintain blonde that doesn’t scream “I did this myself at home!!!”
Here is a before and after shot of one of my favorite and sweetest clients. She has been doing her own blonde at home to save time and money. I get it, I know getting your color done can be a big expense! With her baby girl due in a few weeks, she was ready to get back to a more natural blonde that she can maintain with visits to the salon every couple of months rather than doing her base every 4 weeks at home.
If you have been suffering from blonderexia, here’s what you should tell your stylist to get back to a more natural perfect blonde:
1. I don’t want my natural base lightened. (Unless you’re natural base is a level 6 or darker, then ask your stylist to lighten it up to a level 7. No lighter!)
2. I want to be highlighted and LOWLIGHTED! Ask that lowlights are the same level and tone as your natural (or slightly lightened) base.
3. If you’re super blonde, like my client, you need more lowlights than highlights.
4. Stress to your stylist that your goal is to get back to a more natural blonde so ask that foils not be placed really close together. You want some natural to start coming in, this is what adds depth and dimension.
Tell me… What do you think of this change? Do you like a more natural looking blonde?