DIY: Lazy Girl Surf Spray
If I had to describe my hair style in one word, it would be lazy. Don’t be fooled by the negative connotation. I’m here to prove how lazy girl locks can turn out effortlessly beautiful!
Step 1: DIY Surf spray. Surf sprays are all the rage but the secret is they can be made at home with just a few ingredients. Grab an empty spritz bottle from the drugstore and combine the following:
- 1 cup warm water
- 1 tablespoon epsom salt
- ½ tablespoon sea salt
- 1-2 pumps or a large squirt of basically any styling product. Hair serums, gels, and styling creams all work great.
- A few drops of any conditioner or oil of your preference. If your hair is drier, opt for more or a combination of the both. I love coconut oil.
Shake and spray on damp hair.
Step 2: Scrunch and let your hair dry naturally. Or, if it’s bedtime, scrunch and braid damp or dry hair. Take out braids in the morning and comb and scrunch with your fingers to reach desirable waviness.
Lazy never looked so good!
We’re hearing praise for these lip products. Have you tried them?
Classics—the dramatic eye, the girl-next-door, and the red lip.
Stepping into the sandals of a Greek goddess with neutral nail polish and gold jewelry.
Fan of the “undone” carefree hair.
Makes our hearts sink. We’d love to know what is your clean and perfectly pigmented lipstick obsession?
Unite SF Design Fashion Show
This classy, do-good event was sponsored by Coterie, along with some of our favorite beauty brands (Butter London, Hamadi Organics, Urban Decay) with creative direction and design by Rebecca Bartlett LLC.
The Huffington Post said “San Francisco isn’t a town famous for its fashion or its celebrities, but anyone at the Conservatory of Flowers on Wednesday night never would have known.
The iconic venue served as a backdrop for the inaugural Unite SF Design, a philanthropic runway fashion show featuring local designers Justin Jamison, Mansoor Scott, Tony Sananikone, Tamara Jaric and Christian Gardner of Astor & Black.
But the star of the evening was the beneficiary. The event raised funds and awareness for The Lunchbox Fund, a humanitarian organization founded by model Topaz Page-Green and actors Joaquin Phoenix and Balthazar Getty that provides daily meals for poor and at-risk students in South African high schools…”
Read on at the Huffington Post
A lovely way to put flowers in your hair. And workplace friendly.
Ready for the weekend…
Gorgeous bridesmaids dresses at Molly Sims’s wedding.