I’ve been hi-lighting my hair blonde since 8th grade, which was in 1982, so I guess you could say that I know a thing or two about hair color! I am also a retired cosmetologist who has seen quite a few hair colors go wrong, and the worse being brassy blonde hair, which isn’t too pretty. It can be really frustrating when your blonde frocks don’t turn out right, but thanks to a Paris hair care system called, DESSANGE, (California Blonde), there’s a quick, fix, solution to get rid of that brassy blonde hair color. Check out my video review below!!
(Just so you know…..I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes, but all of the expressed opinions are my own)
I hope you enjoyed my video review, and below is a few pics of the same color treament on my daughter’s hair.
As you can see it toned down the brassiness, illuminated her blonde coloring, and my daughter loved how soft, conditioned, and shiny her hair was.
If your interested in learning more about DESSANGE for yourself, click on any of the links below:
Attention, wedding belles and gorgeous guests — you’re cordially invited to explore ModCloth’s exquisite wedding collection! Fall in love with dreamy dresses and outfit finishers perfect for brides, bridesmaids, and attendees eager to express their unique perspective on style. And don’t forget — we want to see the fab ModCloth look you put together! Use #marriedinmodcloth to share your inspiring ensemble with the rest of the ModCloth community. Here are some of my favorite, trendy, wedding style fashion picks below:
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Not everyone wants to wear a traditional white wedding dress, and I love the romantic, flowing, majestic details of this Spanish style masterpiece. It’s available at a super price for only $130, and it would also make a flattering bridesmaids dress as well.
There is several reasons why I picked this classic, satin, sassy dress above. It is flattering on all shapes & sizes, (XS-4X) it has a full skirt which will cover the hips and thighs nicely, and has plenty of coverage and support in the chest area. I love the short sleeves for all of those ladies who want their arms covered up a bit. This vintage dress can stand alone on its own, or you could add some glam with a bright-colored ribbon or glittered belt. Head over to Modcloth and see what other ladies looked like in this exact dress on their wedding day. $90.00
I have been a bridesmaid in a wedding, and I know how difficult it is to find a dress that will look good on all the different shapes and sizes of the bridal party. The above Dream dress comes in a beautiful carnation color, its romantic, and would be comfortable. It comes in sizes XS-4X, with lots of coverage in all areas of the body, and is priced at only $125.
Every bride wants to stand out on their wedding day, and that’s why I love the unique wedding styles that are available at Modcloth. It’s almost like shopping at an exclusive boutique, that takes into consideration that ladies come in different sizes, shapes, and have different personality traits. So, head over there now and get inspired!
How many of you remember taking a family road trip as a kid, and after a couple of hours the car reeked of stinky feet, smelly breath, and dare I say it, funky farts! In fact, I really believe that my Dad would purposely build up his flatulence for an entire month so that he could release it slowly for my mom, sister, and I to enjoy on our ENTIRE trip. Today, I would say that my two worst smelling situations is my teenage son’s stinky bedroom, and the staggering stale air that blasts through my heater when I turn my car on in the wintertime. Thank goodness, there’s a way to combat these stinky car syndromes, or in my case, my son’s bedroom with the odor fighting action of Febreze car vent clips.
Just so you know…..the following post is sponsored by SheSpeaks/Febreeze, but all of the opinions are my own, and I was thrilled to get this road trip game board car with Febreze car vent clips to use and review. Seriously, how cool is this!!
First, I placed a Linen & Sky Febreze clip in my car, to help with the winter time staleness that blast out when I turn the heat on. In fact, it will come in handy this week as my sister and I are going on a road trip to Nashville, TN this week! I like how easy it is to attach to any vent in your car, because some people might want to place it in a more discreet place.
Next, I gave a Midnight Storm Febreze vent clip to my niece, and she chose to place hers on the front dashboard, and as you can see, she gives her vent clip a big thumbs up!
And lastly, I had to spend some time in my son’s bedroom, and I desperately needed some odor blasting protection, so I placed a Hawaiian Aloha vent clip on his ceiling vent. It worked like a charm, and the best part is that my son didn’t even notice it. But, mama sure did!! Aloha…..stinky odors!!
So….if you have some stinky car situations that needs to be eradicated, I recommend that you head over to your local WalMart, and pick out your favorite Febreze vent clip. These little guys come in single & double packs, and last up to 30 days depending upon which setting you pick, low, medium, or high when you have to take care of super smells. Also, it’s the perfect time to get some additional savings with the BOGO coupon that’s available in the 3/1 P&G BrandSaver insert. (I already got mine at Wal-Mart, but it’s available at all retailers).
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When I first bought my home over 10 years ago, the last thing I thought about was putting a garden in the back yard. In fact, the majority of my yard is a huge concrete patio, which at the time was great, because it meant less grass to cut! But, over the years, the gardening bug had gotten a hold of me, and with the help of my hubby, I found some super DIY small space garden design ideas, that have brought a fully functional garden into my backyard. Below is a timeline of my garden design ideas, which I hope will inspire some of you to also become a fellow green thumb and make “growing your own” a part of your lifestyle. Gardening has helped my family and I afford fresh produce, which not only tastes the best, but is a great way to stay healthy for less.
My very first year of gardening, I bought some huge planters and grew some tomatoes, green peppers, and herbs. Seriously, it couldn’t get any easier, but I wanted to grow more, so that I could can my garden goodies for the winter months. So, the following year my hubby and I took advantage of some flat area space right behind my house, and we built three raised bed gardens.
We also added some wooden trellises to the ends of our raised garden beds, which allowed us to grow vertically and add more veggies such as beans, cucumbers, and squash.
Below, are some ways that we found ways to grow veggies and herbs on our patio. First up, is our pallet beds.
A friend of mine found this huge pallet box on the side of the road, and I converted it into another planter, it’s below my DIY herb planter. Check out the swiss chard that grows like crazy in it.
And finally, I wanted a way to walk right outside by back door and add fresh oregano, basil, mint, cilantro, or dill to my daily meals. So, we built a DIY Herb Planter.
I hope that you can see how much fun gardening can be, and if you would like to see what has come out of my garden click here
This past weekend here in East Tennessee was sunny, bright, and in the 60’s! So, I decided to head outside and see what needed to be done in my backyard garden. This is what awaited me.
Scary I know, but I can’t tell you how excited I am to put a little green thumb power into these raised bed gardens, add some seeds, and watch them come alive again this upcoming season! By the way, I have to ask, “Have You Got Your Seeds Yet”? If not, now is the time to buy and save some money by starting some of your seeds indoors. If you need some help in which seeds to buy, I suggest that you click on over to a really cool place that specializes in Organic, Non-GMO seeds called SeedsNow.com.
Just so ya know, that some of the links above are my referral links, which means I may get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no additional cost to you of course. Thank you for your support, and I hope you take the plunge and become a gardening green thumb!